The second 50-hour online TEFL Certificate course, or Course Planning and Teaching, focuses on curriculum and syllabus design, lesson planning and the role of class materials in promoting student learning. It also covers the latest developments in language teaching and the impact of technology in teaching languages. Finally, it promotes the development of the teacher as a reflective practitioner.
TEFL Certificates options:
- This course can be combined with 50-hour TEFL 1 for a 100-hour Basic TEFL Certificate.
- This course can be combined with 50-hour TEFL 3 for a 100-hour Advanced TEFL Certificate.
- This course can be combined with 50-hour TEFL 2 and 50-hour TEFL 3 for a 150-hour TEFL Certificate.
Successful completion of the 50-hour Online TEFL 1 course, English 455 at the University of Arizona, or at least two years of language teaching experience.
Next courses, dates, and deadlines:
- Spring I: January 16th - March 9th, 2018 (deadline: Sunday, January 7th)
- Spring II: March 19th - May 11th, 2018 (deadline: Sunday, March 11th)
* The TEFL 1 and TEFL 2 courses can be taken simultaneously in order to complete the 150-hour Certificate by May 2018.
All applicants should:
- Have at least an Associate degree or international equivalent or 2 years of college-level coursework completed.
- Have access to a reliable internet connection.
- To be accepted into any Teacher Training Program, applicants whose first language is not English must demonstrate very independent English proficiency (B2 or higher according to the Common European Framework of Reference [CEFR]).
$595 tuition + $30 application fee + $20 technology fee
- A 10% discount on tuition applies for all UA Affiliates and those who pay in full 5 weeks before the beginning of classes.
At the end of this program, trainees will be able to:
- distinguish the basic features and functions of language-learning curriculum and syllabus
- evaluate the different components a syllabus
- analyze the steps and components of course design, including teacher roles and choices in the process
- review and evaluate aspects of a course
- analyze and prepare lessons plans, while considering the role and use of course materials
- learn tools and techniques for effective classroom teaching and promoting student learning
- compare and analyze the latest developments in language teaching, particularly the impact of technology on teaching and learning
- develop themselves professionally by learning to critically evaluate lessons and become reflective teachers in the classroom
If you need assistance with the application, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (520) 621-3637.