DELTA - Module Two: COURSE

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Cambridge
 
 
The importance of becoming the best teacher


Course description: Module Two focuses on developing your awareness of and expertise in principles of teaching English in a variety of learning contexts. The aim is to improve your teaching, planning and evaluation of learning. On the course, you will research and write essays on language systems and skills and then based on these, plan and teach lessons. During the course you will be observed by your tutors and receive developmental feedback on your planning and teaching. You will also observe your colleagues on the course. This module is assessed through a portfolio of course-based practical teaching and written assignments including one lesson and assignment which is externally assessed by Cambridge.
Module Two information: This module looks at the theory and practice of teaching and learning and the following factors:
  • The language learner and the language learning context
  • Preparation for teaching adult learners of English
  • Evaluating, selecting and using resources and materials for teaching purposes
  • Managing and supporting learning
  • Evaluation of lesson preparation and teaching
  • Observation/evaluation of other teachers' lessons
  • Professionalism and opportunities for professional development


Fee until 9th January 2022: 2800€
Fee from 10th January 2022: 2900€

Groups

Group: A0
Teacher: Available soon
Classroom: Available soon
Comments: There will be classes on Fridays, October 15th, November 12th and December 10th, 2022

Application / Enquiry form


Course content

  • Input sessions: The input sessions are designed to help you develop learning and teaching skills overall and in relation to the assignments.
  • Teaching practice: In the practical component you will teach two diferent levels and develop your planning and teaching with both language systems and skills.
  • Reflection: Through post-lesson evaluations, you will consider and prioritise the lessons’ strengths and weaknesses by analysing the effects these had on learning outcomes.


Typical day

Typical day part-time morning



Candidates need to...

  • Have at least two years' experience in diferent contexts
  • Be over 21 years of age
  • Have a level of English of between C1 and C2 or above
  • Have an initial teaching qualification or considerable teaching experience



To apply for this course, you will need to complete and submit the following:

  1. Registration
    Complete the Application/Enquiry form on the Delta website to register your interest. A member of the Teacher Training Team will contact you personally by email to respond to your request. If you are interested in the course, we will send you the following documents:
  2. Application form
    Your personal details, academic and teaching experience.
  3. Pre-interview task
    Related to language and teaching. This is to help assess your ability to analyse language and evaluate and plan a lesson based on teaching materials.
  4. Interview
    If your application is successful, you will be invited to an interview of approx. 45-60 minutes.


Once you have been accepted:

  • You will be informed of the result of your application within three days of your interview.
  • You will also be sent payment details and a course information pack.



Payment methods are the following:

  1. Debit or credit card.
  2. Bank transfer.
  3. Payment in instalments via a bank loan.


 

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