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TESOL Videos - 470-hour TEFL/TESOL Professional Package from ITTT
ITTT's 470-hour TEFL/TESOL Professional Package consists of four fully accredited TEFL/TESOL certifications. The 120-hour TEFL/TESOL course, our two 50-hour certification courses in teaching English to young learners (CTEYL) and teaching Business English (CTBE), as well as the 250-hour TESOL diploma course are included in this smart course package.
Below you can read feedback from an ITTT graduate regarding one section of their online TEFL certification course. Each of our online courses is broken down into concise units that focus on specific areas of English language teaching. This convenient, highly structured design means that you can quickly get to grips with each section before moving onto the next.
In Unit 15 we examined one of the most stressful points in the EFL curriculum, less so for teachers than for students, but definitely the rubric by which our success as teachers (& students) are measured ? evaluating success via examination and the methods of evaluation. All teachers should provide some form of ongoing feedback as this feedback (especially positive feedback ? even for small successes) helps a student feel motivated. A motivated student then works harder to learn and the teacher feels that his/her efforts have been successful. In short, everyone feels better about his or her respective endeavors. There are three key modes for evaluating students. The first is through a basic tutorial. This is a space within a class period in which the teacher interacts with the student directly and where the teacher observes the students interacting with one another in the production of the English Language. This is key because it is where the student demonstrates that he can do more than mimic what he finds in the book via homework (also from the comfort of a quiet desk), but that he is actually learning. Then there is evaluation by the students. This is not peer to peer via production but in the form of a questionnaire where the students get to evaluate what they feel like they?re getting from the course and to describe their frustrations (as well as the things that reall