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Make a deposit payment to secure your place on a course before the end of the month and qualify for a free advanced level online course. You can choose from the 50-hour young learners (CTEYL) or business English (CTBE) certificate courses or the 250-hour online diploma course.
Classroom based TESOL Trainees will be given a course manual for the following areas of the course:
Our high quality, unique TESOL course materials are the basis for the input sessions during the course and will provide trainees with valuable reference resources for future teaching.
We provide course handbooks and materials, including an A4 folder which should be organized as follows:
This course log forms a record of the progress made through the course and should be tidy and professional in appearance. The log will be inspected on a weekly basis and used for moderation purposes.
Throughout the course input sessions you will receive numerous handouts and will also take your own notes as well. We suggest dividing the file under the following headings:
We highly recommend the following books and suggest that you have a copy of, or are familiar with them. Both books will be an invaluable resource both during and after the course when you are teaching.
The Practice of English Language Teaching, J Harmer
English Grammar in Use, R Murphy, Cambridge University Press
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