CELTA – ‘Lessons from the
Classroom’ assignment
For a free voiced over
presentation of this, go to
www.elt-training.com
Read your
centre’s rubric
carefully
What does this
task ask you to
do?
In many ways the
most
straightforward
assignment..
..but (perhaps)
the most
important..
Asks you to
reflect..
This will help you to continue to
develop as a teacher
Experience
Observation
Reflection
Planning
Your teaching
practice
Observation of
experienced teachers
Observation of
peers
Areas of
strength
Areas to
work on
Possible
areas?
(Not an exhaustive list
-just some ideas!)
Classroom
Management
Language grading Setting up tasks
Giving instructions
Classroom
Management
Planning for learner-centred
opportunities
Finding the right balance between TTT & STT
Eliciting form
Presenting language (grammar or
vocabulary)
Language
Clarifying meaning eg CCQs
Working with pronunciation
Spoken or written?
On the spot or delayed?
Correction
Language
Dealing with emergent language
Dealing with learners’ questions
Language
Developing receptive skills
Skills
Reading Listening
Developing productive skills
Skills
Writing Speaking
Also, consider how you will continue to develop
Observe other
teachers
Also, consider how you will continue to develop
Read/ follow a
blog or two
Also, consider how you will continue to develop
#eltchat
Log in to a webinar
Join a teachers’
association eg IATEFL
Common
reasons for
resubmission
Inappropriate
choice of areas
to focus on
Description
not
evaluation
Not identifying
how you will
continue to
develop.
G
c !
Thank you!
jo.gakonga@elt-training.com
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CELTA -Lessons from the Classroom assignment

  1. 1. CELTA – ‘Lessons from the Classroom’ assignment For a free voiced over presentation of this, go to www.elt-training.com
  2. 2. Read your centre’s rubric carefully
  3. 3. What does this task ask you to do?
  4. 4. In many ways the most straightforward assignment..
  5. 5. ..but (perhaps) the most important..
  6. 6. Asks you to reflect..
  7. 7. This will help you to continue to develop as a teacher
  8. 8. Experience Observation Reflection Planning
  9. 9. Your teaching practice Observation of experienced teachers Observation of peers
  10. 10. Areas of strength Areas to work on
  11. 11. Possible areas? (Not an exhaustive list -just some ideas!)
  12. 12. Classroom Management Language grading Setting up tasks Giving instructions
  13. 13. Classroom Management Planning for learner-centred opportunities Finding the right balance between TTT & STT
  14. 14. Eliciting form Presenting language (grammar or vocabulary) Language Clarifying meaning eg CCQs Working with pronunciation
  15. 15. Spoken or written? On the spot or delayed? Correction Language
  16. 16. Dealing with emergent language Dealing with learners’ questions Language
  17. 17. Developing receptive skills Skills Reading Listening
  18. 18. Developing productive skills Skills Writing Speaking
  19. 19. Also, consider how you will continue to develop Observe other teachers
  20. 20. Also, consider how you will continue to develop Read/ follow a blog or two
  21. 21. Also, consider how you will continue to develop #eltchat Log in to a webinar Join a teachers’ association eg IATEFL
  22. 22. Common reasons for resubmission
  23. 23. Inappropriate choice of areas to focus on
  24. 24. Description not evaluation
  25. 25. Not identifying how you will continue to develop.
  26. 26. G c !
  27. 27. Thank you! jo.gakonga@elt-training.com
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