The length of the course is 120 contact hours with 6 hours per day overt 20 working days.
Throughout the course, candidates are required to:
Attend and participate daily
Complete 10 hours of teaching practice
Observe 10 hours of lessons taught by experienced teachers as well as additional hours of peer teaching
Maintain and submit a portfolio of course work
The schedule below is typical of a day at Green TEFL. Our exact schedule is subject to change and is distributed to trainees at the beginning of each course term.
09.00 - 10.30 / Lecture/Seminar
10.30 - 10.45 / Break
10.45 - 12.00 / Lesson Planning
12.00 - 13.00 / Lunch
13.00 - 15.00 / Teaching Practice
15.00 - 15.15 / Break
15.15 - 16.00 / Feedback on Teaching Practice
Our syllabus has been crafted to include all of the fundamental elements of good teaching so that our trainees can easily understand, practice and replicate in the classroom.
Language Analysis and Awareness
The 'nuts and bolts' needed to teach English, including grammar and the difficulties that non-native speakers face in learning the language.
There are many approaches to an English lesson and we offer numerous strategies to teach any given topic. Knowledge of our teaching strategies simplifies the planning of any English language lesson.
Techniques for Teaching Vocabulary
Vocabulary is an essential component in teaching English and in this aspect of the course we demonstrate engaging and useful methods.
The ability to navigate and even formulate an English curriculum is a skill that employers appreciate greatly. With this knowledge, our trainees can be much more self-sustaining in their future teaching positions.
The essential strategies for conducting any class in any language.
Resources and Materials
No matter what job you find yourself in, teaching English requires engagement through materials development and instructive resources. We provide the skills you need to select, develop, and deploy these components of your lesson.