Whether you’re having trouble getting to grips with grammar, or just looking to brush up on some of the basics, our Online Grammar Course is here to help!
The programme takes around 30 hours to complete and you have three months to do so, giving you plenty of time to move through it at your own pace.
Compatible with PCs, laptops and tablets, you can work on it while out and about or from the comfort of your own home.
A great addition to any CV, completing our course will give you a new found confidence for the next time you have to grapple with grammar.
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The Advanced course is designed for those with previous TEFL experience, or the next natural step from the Standard TEFL course. What's covered? Business ice breakers Small talk and mingling activities On the telephone Key business topics ESL lesson for young learners Discipline in the classroom Teaching one to one Lexical features Advanced level lesson Advanced grammar Lesson preparation and practice Most of the people who take our advanced course want to broaden their skill set.
The UK-TEFL Standard TEFL course is the first course you should take if you have never done any English teaching, and serves as the perfect introduction to the world of TEFL. What’s covered? Warmers and grammar Real EFL lesson and learning a new language Assistant student levels and homework Foreign language lesson Structuring a grammar lesson Teaching a skills based lesson Functions of language Grammar tenses Controlled practice Phonetics and phonology Teaching vocabulary Testing students Grammar games EFL employment Lesson preparation and teaching practice Obtaining one of our standard course certificates is the ideal starting point in the world of TEFL and for many of our graduates leads to a lifelong career in English teaching.
If you're looking to add to the number of TEFL training hours on your CV, you should consider our 120 hour Online TEFL Course. It is a comprehensive 120 hour course covering all aspects of TEFL which can be studied at your leisure over three months.
There are five sections in total – The Introduction, Level One, Level Two, Level Three and a Final Test. Each stage is made up of two parts, A and B, which give definitions of particular grammar points and examples to explain them further.