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350 HOUR TESOL

350 HOUR TESOL

350 HOUR ONLINE TESOL COURSE

INR 40000

USD 585.00

350 hour TESOL

INTESOL offers a 350 hour TESOL course which is an intensive program for the aspiring EFL teachers looking for a future career with full of opportunities and better prospects. The course is dedicated to educate the teachers with modern teaching techniques and methodologies that makes learning much more goal oriented and effective. Alongside the EFL teaching guidance, the candidate will receive a certificate on completion of course which will be recognized globally. It will not only increase credibility of an educator but also help them to get started with a global career. 

UNIT 1: BEING AN EFFICIENT DISTANCE LEARNER

 

Study skills

·         Managing your time efficiently

·         Organizing your schedule

·         Note-taking

·         Overcoming the loneliness of the distance learner

·         How this course works 

 

UNIT 2: SEMANTICS/LANGUAGE AWARENESS

 

·         Module 1 

·         Form and function

·         Lexical meaning: denotation, connotation, synonyms, antonyms, hyponyms, polysemes, homonyms

·         The importance of collocation

·         Time and tense

·         Presents

·         Past tenses

·         Futurity

·         Conditionals and hypothetical meaning
 

Module 2 

·         Progressive and perfect aspects: form and meaning

·         The progressive aspect

·         Form and meaning of the perfect aspect

·         Sentence structure: units of language; sentence elements
 

Module 3 

·         Negatives: types of negation

·         Questions: question types

·         Modality

·         Word classes and phrases

·         Adjectives and adverbs

·         Determiners
 

Module 4 

·         Prepositions and multi-word verbs

·         Word formation: morphemes

 

UNIT 3: PHONOLOGY AND PHONETICS

 

Module 1 

·         Attitudes to pronunciation teaching

·         Terminology in phonology and phonetics

·         Organs of speech

·         Phonemes

·         The phonemic chart

·         Consonants: description and practical applications

·         Vowels

·         Cardinal vowels chart

·         Diphthongs

·         Place of articulation

·         Research based project

·         Materials evaluation
 

Module 2 

·         The syllable

·         Consonant clusters

·         Strong and weak syllables

·         Word and sentence stress

·         The ‘schwa’ sound

·         Marking stress

·         Primary and secondary stress

·         Tendencies in word stress

·         Research based project

·         Weak forms

·         English as a time-stressed language

·         Features of connected speech

·         Materials evaluation
 

Module 3 

·         Spoken and written forms

·         Intonation

·         Tone units

·         The tonic syllable

·         Pitch movement

·         Intonation and discourse

·         Teaching and learning intonation

·         Research based project

·         Pronunciation and ‘which’ English

·         Are native speakers the best ESOL teachers?

·         Strategies for personal development in the teaching of pronunciation

 

UNIT 4: PSYCHOLINGUISTICS

 

Module 1 

·         Attitudes toward language teaching

·         Good language learners: characteristics and strategies

·         The teacher’s influence on learner strategies

·         Cognitive strategies

·         Metacognitive strategies

·         Communication strategies

·         Social strategies

·         Learner training

·         Learner training materials evaluation

·         Research based project

·         Observation task
 

Module 2 

·         Motivation

·         Motivational factors

·         The teacher’s influence

·         Motivational differences

·         Learner styles

·         Multiple Intelligence Theory

·         Research based project
 

Module 3 

·         First language acquisition: behaviorism, interactionism

·         Second language acquisition: behaviorism, information processing, interactionism

 

UNIT 5: DISCOURSE ANALYSIS

 

Module 1 

·         Brief history of Discourse Analysis: structuralism, sociolinguistics, post-modernist

·         Coherence in language

·         Cognitive interpretation of language: Schema Theory

·         Social context of language

·         Political context of language

·         Approaches to encourage coherence in discourse (practical case)

·         Discourse communicative methodology and student centeredness
 

Module 2 

·         Teacher talk in the ESOL class

·         Turn-taking research

·         Text structure: cohesive devices (lexical cohesion, tense concordance, pronoun referencing, article referencing, conjunctions, ellipsis, substitution, parallelism)

·         Cohesive devices in the classroom: a practical case

·         Differences between written and spoken language

·         Discourse intonation

·         Teaching discourse intonation in the ESOL classroom

·         Transcribing spoken language

 

UNIT 6: SYLLABUS DESIGN

 

Module 1 

·         Pros and cons of a syllabus

·         Types of syllabus

·         Needs analysis

·         Planning the syllabus

·         Action research project

 

UNIT 7: MATERIALS DESIGN AND EXPLOITATION

 

Module 1 

·         Evaluating course books

·         Exploiting published materials

·         Resources and technology

·         Using the internet

·         Adapting authentic materials

·         Action research project

 

UNIT 8: METHODOLOGY

 

Module 1 

·         Second Language Acquisition Theory

·         Behaviorism versus cognitism

·         The natural approach

·         The lexical approach

·         More recent approaches and views on the teaching-learning relationship

 

UNIT 9: TEACHER DEVELOPMENT

 

Module 1 

·         Factors that contribute to teacher demotivation

·         A basis for professional progress

·         Peer training

·         Sources of valuable feedback

·         Meetings as a forum for sharing reflections and further development

·         Practical ideas for moving forward as a teacher: practical case

 

UNIT 10: ENGLISH AS A WORLD LANGUAGE

 

Module 1 

·         English as an international language

·         English in the country you wish to teach and research project

·         Standard English and varieties of English

·         Teaching language and culture

·         Teaching in monolingual and multilingual classes

·         Implications for teaching: practical cases

The 350 hour Online TEFL Course is an intensive 12 month guidance for the EFL teaching aspirants looking for dynamic opportunity in the field of TEFL in near future. The course features complete knowledge and support for the trainee about EFL teaching methodologies required for creating a mark in this professional world. Any graduate in any discipline may apply for the course. The course is effectively conducted online and it is flexible enough for anyone to pursue being remain involved in their current profession. You may avail this course for a reasonable course fee of 40,000 INR or 585 USD along with tutor guidance and course material.

Accreditation ads up credibility for an educational organization and the courses offered by the organization becomes effective and valuable in the relative professional world as it is directly operational with the quality assessment process. It always creates room for improvement and take education process ahead. All our courses are internationally accredited by Awarding language Acquisition for Professionals, based in United Kingdom which is popularly known as ALAP. This renowned organization is a superlative institute in the ELT industry and known for maintaining a higher academic quality.

Once you complete the course successfully, you will be eligible for dual certificate those will be awarded by INTESOL, the institute itself and ALAP, the accreditation body. The certificates are really handy to achieve a global career with superlative credibility as the certificates are globally recognized. Along with the certificate, you will receive a transcript from ALAP which is the permanent academic report. You can get the transcript only with teacher training course featured by INTESOL. No other institute globally features transcript.

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