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Whether you’re serious about beginning a fulfilling career in teaching or you simply want to swap the daily grind for a taste of adventure, TEFL could be for you. Whoever you are, our TEFL course in Glasgow ensures that you learn everything you need to know about becoming a TEFL teacher. Teaching English abroad is one of the most exciting and rewarding ways to travel and what’s more, you can earn money along the way!
One size does not fit all when it comes to TEFL courses. Choose from a 20 hour weekend classroom course or a 30 hour weekday classroom course all the way up to our Premier 150 hour combined online and classroom course, there really is something for everyone. Choose between a 2 or 3 day intensive classroom TEFL course in Glasgow and top up your training with online courses which can be completed from anywhere in the world.
The majority of TEFL employers look for potential teachers to possess an internationally recognised certificate of at least 120 hours of TEFL training from an accredited provider so we highly recommend selecting a Premier course if you want to maximise your TEFL CV.
With a helping hand from a highly qualified and experienced TEFL professional, you will learn all about TEFL teaching methods, how to teach skills and grammar lessons and tips on classroom management. TEFL teaching is all about getting the students as involved and engaged as possible so expect to be involved in lots of hands-on activities! You’ll even get the chance to put your teaching to practise by planning your own lesson and teaching your peers.
FREE starter pack including warmers and activities (RRP £14.99)
FREE pdf TEFL course book (RRP £24.99)
FREE internationally recognised TEFL certificate
FREE 80 lesson plans (RRP £49.99)
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Our TEFL courses in Glasgow are normally taught by our fantastic course tutors Simon and Marc.
Simon is degree qualified and he has taught all over; in Paris, Beijing, New York, Harrogate, even Paisley and Glasgow. Simon is also a qualified CELTA trainer with a Trinity College certificate and diploma.
Marc is degree qualified, possesses a CELTA qualification and has taught in Japan, Vietnam, Peru, the UK, the USA, Australia, Thailand, Spain, Sri Lanka, Italy, Austria, the CZ Republic and Slovakia.
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Unit 1 - WarmersIntroducing yourself, getting to know each other, reducing inhibitions
Unit 2 - Classroom managementArranging the classroom and managing your students
Unit 3 - Getting the students to speakInventive ways to elicit from the students, using pictures, mime and gesture
Unit 4 - Introduction to grammarA first look at some of the English tenses. What is the Present Perfect exactly?
Unit 5 - Foreign language lessonA beginner's lesson: find out what it's like to be on the receiving end
Unit 6 - Controlled PracticePractice activities: why we use them and some ideas for the classroom
Unit 7 - Free PracticeUsing role play and other activities to bring your lessons to life
Unit 8 - GamesHow games can improve the learning experience
Unit 9 - More warmersMore ideas for the classroom
Unit 10 - FunctionsTeaching everyday English words and phrases
Unit 11 - Lesson planning, preparation & practiceHow to plan a TEFL lesson & giving your first lesson
Unit 12 - More warmersA little warmer for your second day
Unit 13 - Needs analysis & understanding levelsAssessing new students and understanding different levels of students
Unit 14 - PronunciationThe sounds, stress, intonation & rhythm of the English language
Unit 15 - Correcting errorsHow and when to correct in the classroom.
Unit 16 - Teaching SkillsHow to teach reading & listening in the classroom
Unit 17 - GrammarA more in-depth look into tenses (Warning! Includes fun!)
Unit 18 - Teaching young learnersStrategies & ideas for teaching young learners
Unit 19 - Finding work abroadHow to find your first teaching English job.
Final teaching practice
It’s hands on! During our TEFL Glasgow courses our experienced trainers explain and demonstrate where appropriate but we make sure our students get involved as much as possible. The best way to learn to TEFL is to TEFL, so look forward to lesson planning, games and taking part in activities created by other people on the course.
You will create your very own lessons and have the chance to teach your peers. The course will enable you to fully understand how to adapt your lessons to suit different age groups and English levels.
The topics of classroom activities vary greatly from lesson to lesson, so no matter what your educational/professional background, you will have something interesting to bring to the course.
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