120 HOURS TESOL
120 Hours TESOL Certification
The Teach Oceania, Teacher of English to Speakers of Other Language (TESOL) Certificate has been uniquely created to empower learners to communicate English in multiple mediums. Whilst learning English as an independent language presents new obstacles in terms of parlance, expression and attainment, the Teach program offers a systematic approach to overcoming these challenges through online and personal instruction.
Successful achievement of the Teach Oceania ‘Certificate in TESOL’ requires the candidate to complete
FOUNDATIONS IN TESOL
THE FOLLOWING IS A BREAKDOWN OF WHAT IS INCLUDED IN THE 2 CORE UNITS
The large majority of ESL Teachers are introduced to the children’s classroom at some point during their careers. Children worldwide have seemingly limitless energy; with the necessary skills and tools, this energy can be channeled and utilized productively within the ESL classroom. Teach Oceania’s Teaching English to Children Elective focuses on the methodology and strategies required to facilitate a successful English language environment. You will be introduced to many practical and fun ideas for your children’s classroom.
The steady growth of international trade and global development is accompanied by a steady increase in the demand for English in the workplace. Adults worldwide are looking to gain higher scores on the TOEIC test (Test of English for International Communication) to advance in their careers and stay competitive in the international marketplace. Teach Oceania’s Teaching Business English / TOEIC Preparation Elective is designed to empower you with the information, skills and practical ideas to help you prepare your students well for the TOEIC and prove their competence in workplace English.
ESL Teachers interested in teaching adults face unique challenges, such as language relevance, motivation, and group dynamics within the classroom. To ensure the students are continually engaged, the ESL teacher must implement certain strategies and ideas to maintain student interest and facilitate continued language improvement. Teach Oceania’s Teaching English to Adults Elective is designed to provide you with information, skills and practical ideas to help you understand the language levels of your adult learners and create a positive and productive learning environment effectively.
Computer Assisted Language Learning, or CALL, refers to using computers and technology in the ESL classroom to aid your instruction, and to also enhance your students’ learning experience. This elective will guide you through the history of CALL and show you how to harness the many multimedia and technology resources available to us in the 21st century (such as virtual classrooms, instant messaging, bulletin boards, the Internet, and software), and how to make teaching English more interactive using these resources. Using computers adds a motivating and interesting component to the ESL classroom, and also gives students skills which are necessary in today’s world for work, for school and for pleasure. In addition to providing theoretical knowledge, this course will also outline how to implement the practical elements necessary to create lessons which incorporate technology to make your classroom a fast-paced and highly motivational language-learning environment.
The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is designed to test and assess the English language ability of ESOL students who wish to study and/or work where English is the primary language. IELTS is recognised by universities, immigration authorities and organisations in Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the UK, and the USA. Teach Oceania graduates interested in potential opportunities teaching EAP (English for Academic Purposes) classes are advised to undertake the IELTS elective, as it will provide practical knowledge and skills on the structure, preparation and materials utilised in planning and implementing a successful program for IELTS test takers.
This 120-hour course is divided into two core units of 80 hours theory and 40 hours grammar articulation focus. Course material and leaning practice prepares candidates for both online and face to face delivery.
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