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  • 1. TEFL CourseOctober 2011 1
  • 2. Course Tutors• Mary Kay Maas• Chris Evenden• Stephanie Bianco• Adriana Real – adriana@oviedoteflcentre.com 2
  • 3. About the Course• Input units• Self-study component• Teaching practice – Classes – Planning – Observation TOTAL: 145 hours (minimum) 3
  • 4. Input UNITS 1 8 c o m p u l s o r y in p u t u n it s e a c h u n it c o n s is t s o f 3 s e s s io n s (7 5 ’) 2 o p t io n a l in p u t u n it s (T K T - EP) T O T AL 7 5 h o u r s s e l f -s t u d y p a c k T O T AL 4 5 h o u r s 4
  • 5. Teaching Practice C o m p u l s o r y (d iv id e d in t w o l e v e l s ):  6 h o u r s t e a c h in g p r a c t ic e +  6 h o u r s p l a n n in g +  3 h o urs feed bac k +  2 as s es s ed les s o n  C l a s s O B S E R V AT IO N O p t io n a l  o n e m o r e h o u r T P , p l a n n in g a n d feed back per level  o n e m o r e l e v e l w it h 4 h r s T P , 4 h r s p l a n n in g an d 2 h rs feed back + 1 mo re as s es s ed les s o n 5
  • 6. AssessmentMinimum Requirements :• 4 assignments 750 – 1500 words each• 2 assessed teaching practice + lesson plans• 2 observation forms,• 4 lesson plans• portfolio 6
  • 7. AWARENESSTHEORY SNAPSHOT 7
  • 8. GLOSSARY• http://www.cambridgeesol.org/assets/pdf/tkt_gloss http://www.cambridgeesol.org/assets/pdf/tkt_glos 8
  • 9. Methods and approaches ( source: Eugene McKendry) METHOD Approach Design Procedure (R ic h a r d s & R o d g e r s 1 9 8 5 :1 7 ) 9
  • 10. TraditionalMethods and approaches Grammar Translation Method  Direct Method  Audiolingualism 10
  • 11. Methods and approaches “Designer” Methods• T h e S il e n t W a y – C a l e b G a t t e g n o , E g y p t ia n - ~1 9 7 2 • W h e n G a t t e g n o s t u d ie d h im s e l f a s a l e a r n e r , h e r e a l is e d t h a t o n l y a w a r e n e s s c a n b e e d u c a t e d in h u m a n s . H is a p p r o a c h is t h e r e f o r e b a s e d o n p r o d u c in g a w a r e n e s s r a t h e r t h a n p r o v id in g k n o w l e d g e .• S u g g e s t o p e d ia – G e o r g i L o z a n o v , B u l g a r ia n - ~1 9 7 1 • T h e in t e n d e d p u r p o s e o f S u g g e s t o p e d ia w a s t o e n h a n c e l e a r n in g b y l o w e r in g t h e a f f e c t iv e f il t e r o f l e a r n e r s• T P R - T o t a l P h y s ic a l R e s p o n s e – Ja m e s As h e r , Am e r ic a n - ~1 9 6 6 • It l o o k s t o t h e w a y t h a t c h il d r e n l e a r n t h e ir n a t iv e lan guage. F r o m W ik ip e d ia 11
  • 12. Methods and approaches• T h e w h o l is t ic Ap p r o a c h (C L L ) (C o m m u n it y L a n g u a g e L e a r n in g ) – Th e p e r s o n a s a w h o l e• T h e C o m m u n ic a t iv e Ap p r o a c h (C L T ) – N o t io n a l – F u n c t io n a l S y l l a b i• T h e N a t u r a l Ap p r o a c h – K r a s h e n , a c q u is it io n v s l e a r n in g , ~1 9 8 0 12
  • 13. TEACHING PENDULUM GTM Silent Way 13
  • 14. ECLECTICISMM a k in g d e c is io n s o n t h e b a s iso f w h a t s e e m s b e s t in s t e a d o ff o l l o w in g s o m e s in g l ed o c t r in e o r s t y l e 14
  • 15. A Vision of K-12 Students Today 15
  • 16. LEARNER CHARACTERISTICS 16
  • 17. Source: The TKT Course, CUP. 2005 V is u a l s e e in g Au d it o r y h e a r in g K in a e s t h e l e a r n e r u s in g t h e b o d y t ic s l e a r n w o r k in g w it h Gr o u p bes t others In d iv id u a l t h r o u g w o r k in g a l o n e R e f l e c t iv h c o n s id e r in g e c h o ic e s r e s p o n d in g Im p u l s iv e im m e d ia t e l y LEARNING STYLES What kind of learner are you? http://www.vark-learn.com/english/page.asp?p=visual 17
  • 18. Source: The TKT Course, CUP. 2005 LEARNING STRATEGIES Repeating Experimenting Guessing Language Learning Strategies Paraphrasing Asking Recording Deciding 18
  • 19. LEARNER NEEDS 19
  • 20. How to meet learner needsChoosing suitable:materials level-of language-and-skills topics workload ACTIVITIES approach-to-teaching treatment-of- individual-learners skills interaction-patterns feedback PACE language-and-skills learning- strategies 20
  • 21. TEACHER’S ROLES 21
  • 22. A “JUGAND MUG”TEACHER 22
  • 23. Choose “A” or “B” or write “C” if you believe you should be in between A B The syllabus, the exam,I have all the information and the information are here for us to shareIt is my job to transmit I am not the fount of allknowledge to you knowledgeI am responsible for your You are responsible forlearning your learning I am here to facilitateIt is my job to make sure your learning by providingthat you work resources and supportAs the adult, and theprofessional, I have the I trust that you want toexpertise to make the learn and will takeright judgements and responsibility for yourdecisions about your own learninglearning 23 Source: Anita Szabo, CUP. 2000
  • 24. Match, please• Planner  Comforts learners when they are upset or unhappy  Prepares and thinks through the lesson in detail before• Informer teaching it so that it has variety and there are appropriate activities for the different learners in the class• Manager  Makes sure all the learners are taking part in the activities• Monitor  Can be used by the learners for help and advice  Gives the learners detailed information about the language• Involver or about an activity• Parent/Friend  Is able to recognise the cause of learners’ difficulties  Goes around the class during individual, pair and group• Diagnostician work activities, checking learning• Resource  Organises the learning space, makes sure everything in the classroom is running smoothly and sets up rules and routines for behaviour 24
  • 25. CELTA BOOKTHE LEARNERS AND THEIR CONTEXTS 25
  • 26. CU NXT CLASS 26

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