TEFL Course: Teach English Online As A Foreign Language
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TEFL Course: Teach English Online As A Foreign Language

Understand the Nuances of Teaching English to Non-English speakers, Learner’s Psychology & Effective Teaching Skills.
4.1 (677 ratings)
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39,833 students enrolled
Last updated 11/2019
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This course includes
  • 6 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Assignments
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Teach English Language Skills: Teach the five major elements of language learning: reading, writing, speaking, listening and pronunciation.
  • Simplify English Grammar: Simplify complex English grammar concepts for ELLs (English Language Learners).
  • Plan Lessons: Plan and deliver effective lessons that meet class learning objectives and promote productive learning.
  • Manage a Classroom: Manage your classroom and student behaviour to create a welcoming and safe learning environment.
  • Identify Learning Styles: Identify different learning styles and adapt lessons to suit students and their needs.
  • Build Effective Learning Materials:Find, adapt and personalise a wide variety of text-based and digital materials for use in the classroom.
  • Understand the nuances of teaching English to non- English speakers
  • Evolve and enhance your confidence to face a class
  • Gain an in-depth understanding of learner’s psychology
  • Create unique and original lesson plans to grasp the attention of all
  • Develop the capability to think out-of-box and innovative ways to connect with your students
Requirements
  • Graduates in any discipline
  • People wanting to act as voluntary teachers for a noble cause.
  • People wishing to travel around the world
  • TEFL is for anyone and everyone who has good command over the English language and has a passion for teaching.
Description

This course is designed to ensure that you clear the TEFL Certification exam on your first attempt. The training will help you understand the nuances of teaching English to non-English Speakers. It will Evolve and Enhance your confidence in class.

It will nurture the most effective teaching skills and methodologies by gaining an in-depth understanding of learner’s psychology. You will be able to evaluate pupils without prejudice or bias and develop a unique and original lesson plan to teach them.

The course is accredited by the American Association of EFL.

  • Understand the nuances of teaching English to Non-English speakers

  • Evolve and enhance your confidence to face a class

  • Nurture most effective teaching skills and methodologies

  • Gain an in-depth understanding of learner’s psychology

  • Expand your experience in evaluating pupils without prejudice or bias

  • Create unique and original lesson plans to grasp the attention of all

  • Enhance your productivity by adopting effective class and time management techniques

  • Develop the capability to think out-of-box and innovative ways to connect with your students

  • Satiate your thirst to delve into the sea of knowledge related to the English language

TEFL is your passport to the entire world! Almost all countries have opened their doors for TEFL qualified individuals as they recognize the communicative power of English as an international language. We have 42 countries, covering all 7 continents, listed on our job center.

Career Benefits

At the end of the TEFL certification, you will be able to:

  • Earn the most credible and recognized Certificate

  • Find yourself spoilt by boundless job opportunities from all over the world

  • Get access to a distinctive platform of most highly paid jobs as an EFL teacher

  • Fulfill your heart’s desire to explore new countries with rich natural and cultural background

  • Upgrade your job role and CV and reap its benefits

  • Create a niche for yourself by displaying your AAEFL certification

Who this course is for:
  • Student who are keen learner and thinking towards teaching English as foreign language.
  • People who are more effective learners.
Course content
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+ Introduction to English language
8 lectures 23:11

A TEFL course covers topics including teaching language skills, grammar, lesson planning, and classroom management. A TEFL course will teach you how to: Teach English Language Skills. Teach the five major elements of language learning: reading, writing, speaking, listening and pronunciation.

Preview 00:50
English Pronunciation
01:04
English Grammar, Vocabulary and Writing
02:22
Pedagogues of Listening
01:29
An Overview of Speaking
00:52
Approaches of Reading
03:56
No of Modules: 14 Questions Per Module: 30 (Divide into 2 sets of 15 questions each) Questions in Final Exam: 180 (2 sets of 90 questions each) Total No of Questions: 14*30 + 180 = 600 questions Nature of Questions: MCQ Based Nature of Answers: 4 Options (2 Options only in case of True/False or Rela
TEST
1 question
+ Teaching Process, Role of instructor and learner
12 lectures 49:20
Who is a Teacher/Instructor?
01:18
Professional and Personal Attributes of a Teacher
04:50
Teaching Process
01:52
Principles of Teaching
21:40
Types of Teaching Method
03:01
Teaching Procedure
03:21
Stages of Teaching
02:46
Role of Teachers
01:48
Who is a Learner?
01:42
The Learning Cycle
01:53
Stages of Learning
02:59
Role of Learners
02:10
No of Modules: 14 Questions Per Module: 30 (Divide into 2 sets of 15 questions each) Questions in Final Exam: 180 (2 sets of 90 questions each) Total No of Questions: 14*30 + 180 = 600 questions Nature of Questions: MCQ Based Nature of Answers: 4 Options (2 Options only in case of True/False)
Test
1 question
+ Teaching Young Learners
5 lectures 13:57
Difference Between Adult Learners and Young Learners
02:31
Classroom Management with Young Learners
02:39
Differences in Teaching Approach to Different Ages of Young Learners
06:26
Developing Listening and Speaking Skills in Young Learners
01:20
Keywords for Young Learners Class
01:01
Information No of Modules: 14 Questions Per Module: 30 (Divide into 2 sets of 15 questions each) Questions in Final Exam: 180 (2 sets of 90 questions each) Total No of Questions: 14*30 + 180 = 600 questions Nature of Questions: MCQ Based Nature of Answers: 4 Options (2 Options only in case of True/F
TEST
1 question
+ Teaching Pronunciation, Phonetics & Phonology
8 lectures 23:30
Common problems with wrong pronunciation
01:35
Phonetics
01:03
Difference between pronunciation and phonetics
02:47
Phonology
00:43
Pronunciation
00:14
Communication & Conceptualisation
01:37
Vowels & Consonants
07:13
Practising Pronunciation
08:18
No of Modules: 14 Questions Per Module: 30 (Divide into 2 sets of 15 questions each) Questions in Final Exam: 180 (2 sets of 90 questions each) Total No of Questions: 14*30 + 180 = 600 questions Nature of Questions: MCQ Based Nature of Answers: 4 Options (2 Options only in case of True/False or Rela
TEST
1 question
+ Teaching Grammar (Syntax)
10 lectures 24:29
Grammar Stages
00:24
Nouns
07:04
Participles
01:13
Articles
01:49
Prepositions
01:57
Conjunctions
00:27
Adjectives
01:40
Numbers
02:15
The Time Frame of Tenses
00:37
Subject and Verb Agreement
07:03
No of Modules: 14 Questions Per Module: 30 (Divide into 2 sets of 15 questions each) Questions in Final Exam: 180 (2 sets of 90 questions each) Total No of Questions: 14*30 + 180 = 600 questions Nature of Questions: MCQ Based Nature of Answers: 4 Options (2 Options only in case of True/False or Rela
TEST
1 question
+ Teaching Vocabulary (Lexis)
6 lectures 10:17
What do you mean by Lexis?
00:49
Understanding Vocabulary and Vocabulary Learning.
00:24
Types of Vocabulary
01:09
Knowing a Word
02:11
Techniques of Presenting Vocabulary
03:54
Learning Strategies for Learning Vocabulary
01:50
No of Modules: 14 Questions Per Module: 30 (Divide into 2 sets of 15 questions each) Questions in Final Exam: 180 (2 sets of 90 questions each) Total No of Questions: 14*30 + 180 = 600 questions Nature of Questions: MCQ Based Nature of Answers: 4 Options (2 Options only in case of True/False or Rela
TEST
1 question
+ Teaching Reading (Receptive Skills)
6 lectures 30:15
How to Hone Reading Skills?
06:54
Types of Reading
06:52
Use of Graphic Organisers for Better Understanding
06:39
Identifying Tone of Passage
01:29
Types of Tone
03:25
Comprehension Strategies
04:56
No of Modules: 14 Questions Per Module: 30 (Divide into 2 sets of 15 questions each) Questions in Final Exam: 180 (2 sets of 90 questions each) Total No of Questions: 14*30 + 180 = 600 questions Nature of Questions: MCQ Based Nature of Answers: 4 Options (2 Options only in case of True/False or Rela
TEST
1 question
+ Teaching Listening (Receptive Skills)
8 lectures 34:33
Listening and Its Importance
01:44
Difference Between Listening and Hearing
01:33
Active Listening
02:21
Principles of Good Listening
02:33
Listening Process and Its Levels
08:16
Types of Listening
10:37
Barriers of Listening
05:10
Reducing Barriers in Listening
02:19
No of Modules: 14 Questions Per Module: 30 (Divide into 2 sets of 15 questions each) Questions in Final Exam: 180 (2 sets of 90 questions each) Total No of Questions: 14*30 + 180 = 600 questions Nature of Questions: MCQ Based Nature of Answers: 4 Options (2 Options only in case of True/False)
TEST
1 question
+ Teaching Speaking (Productive Skills)
4 lectures 17:59
Introduction to Speaking
00:56
Types of Speaking
00:45
Activities to Promote Speaking
13:43
Suggestions for Teachers in Teaching Speaking
02:35
No of Modules: 14 Questions Per Module: 30 (Divide into 2 sets of 15 questions each) Questions in Final Exam: 180 (2 sets of 90 questions each) Total No of Questions: 14*30 + 180 = 600 questions Nature of Questions: MCQ Based Nature of Answers: 4 Options (2 Options only in case of True/False or Rela
Test
1 question
+ Teaching Writing (Productive Skills)
5 lectures 34:26
Structure and Punctuation
21:35
Types of Writing
04:17
Poetry writing
02:08
Letter writing (Includes activity)
04:22
Student Learning objective
02:04
No of Modules: 14 Questions Per Module: 30 (Divide into 2 sets of 15 questions each) Questions in Final Exam: 180 (2 sets of 90 questions each) Total No of Questions: 14*30 + 180 = 600 questions Nature of Questions: MCQ Based Nature of Answers: 4 Options (2 Options only in case of True/False or Rela
TEST
1 question