Global English 120 Hour Teach Korea TESOL Course & YL & Live Teaching

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120 Hours

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Course Summary

Designed for Asia and the popular Korean EPIK program in particular, this unique online plus Teaching Practice package is ideal if you would like all the flexibility of learning online plus official recognition for 20 hours of in-class voluntary teaching that you obtain locally. Note: For Korea you are required to be a native English speaker with citizenship and a degree from the US, UK, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, Australia or South Africa.

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This 120hr TESOL course, which includes 20hrs of live teaching practice, is accredited by ACTDEC.

ACTDEC is the Accreditation Council for TESOL Distance Education Courses, a non-profit body that is responsible for maintaining professional standards in TESOL distance programmes. ACTDEC is an independent body whose function is to provide frameworks and accreditation structures for providers of ELT teacher training through online or blended provision. This mission is motivated by recognition of the need for such globally available provision to be measured and monitored for the benefit of course providers, employers and students. All ACTDEC accredited courses are regularly audited to ensure that quality expectations are being met.


COURSE CONTENT

This course covers the following areas in detail:

Module 1 
Part A – Welcome to the course 
•    Course introduction 
•    What is TEFL/TESOL?
•    The Role of the Teacher 

Part B - Classroom Management 1 
•    Warmer Exercises 
•    Classroom Layout & Discipline 
•    Preparation and Setting Objectives 
•    Pair work and Group work 

Part C - Language Awareness 1
•    Learn about Verbs, Nouns, Adjectives and Adverbs

Part D - Basic Skills 1 - reading and writing
•    Overview of the Basic Skills 
•    Reading & Writing

Part E - Teaching English to Young Learners (TEYL) – An Introduction 
•    The Demand for TEYL
•    Getting Started with Younger Learners
•    About Younger Learner Course Books

Characteristics of a Young Learner
•    Pre-School or Early School Years
•    Early Primary School Aged Years
•    Late Primary to Early Teens 
•    Teenagers 
•    Further Research on Characteristics of Young Learners 

•    Motivating Young Learners 
•    Motivating Primary-aged Learners 
•    Motivating Teenage Learners 
•    How to Develop Motivated Teens – 4 ideas 
•    Keeping Teens Interested 
•    Further Research on Motivation 

YL Characteristics and Motivation Summary 

Module 2 
Part A – Choosing Materials for Different Ages and Levels
•    Adult Learners and Young Learners
•    Course books
•    Internet Resources
 
Part B – Grammar 1 – present and past tenses
Present Tenses 
•    The Present Simple & Continuous 
•    The Verb ‘to be’ and Auxiliary Verbs 
•    The Past Tense 
•    Past Simple & Past Continuous 
•    Regular & Irregular Verbs 
 
Part C – Language Awareness 2
•    Learn about Pronouns, prepositions, conjunctions, interjections

Part D - Teaching Vocabulary
•    Approaches to Vocabulary Lessons 
•    Storage and Retrieval 

Part E Teaching English to Young Learners – Kindergarten/Primary ages
•    The First Lesson with a Young Learner Group 
•    What to Teach 
•    Your Lesson Plan 

Managing Resources 1 - Course Books and Materials 
•    Theme based Learning with Kindergarten Learners 
•    Listening Activities with Young Learners 
•    Speaking Activities with Young Learners 
•    Basic Reading Exercises (Primary) 
•    Basic Writing Exercises (Primary) 
•    Using Topics to formulate Lessons 

           - Your Lesson Ideas with Kindergarten and Primary Learners 
           - Further Research on Teaching English to Kindergarten/Primary 
           - Kindergarten/Primary Young Learners Summary 

Module 3 
Part A - Teaching in Action
•    A review and questions on live teaching video excerpts

Part B – Grammar 2 – Future Forms
•    Making Predictions
•    Plans & Intentions
•    Instant Decision & Future Facts 
•    Making Arrangements

Part C – Classroom Management 2
•    Cultural Sensitivity
•    Making Corrections 
•    Spoken & Written Correction 

Part D - Basic Skills 2
•    Speaking and Pronunciation 
                  - Giving Instructions Consensus Seeking Activities 
                  - Role-plays
•    Pronunciation, Stress and Intonation 
•    Listening 
                  - Listening Comprehension & Other Listening Ideas
                  - Working with Video 

Part E - Teaching English to Young Learners – Teenagers 
•    The First Lesson with a Teenage Group 
•    The First Few Minutes 
•    Establishing the Ground Rules 
•    Further Research 

Managing Resources 2 - Course Books and Materials for Teenagers 
•    Choosing a Course Book 
•    Integrating the Course Book into your lessons 
•    How to Use Your Course Book 
•    Using Realia to Help You 
•    Teaching Exam Classes 
•    Materials for your Exam Classes 
•    Further Research 

Classroom Management - Discipline 
•    Why are our Students Being Disruptive? 
•    Being Culturally Aware 
•    Providing Variety in our Lessons 
•    Further Research 

           - Your Lesson Ideas with Kindergarten and Primary Learners 
           - Teenage Learners Summary

Module 4 
Part A - Grammar 3 – Perfect Forms
•    The Present Perfect Simple & Continuous
•    The Past Perfect Simple & Continuous 
•    The Future Perfect forms

Part B – Lesson Planning and Staging 
•    Presentation, Study & Practice Stages 

Part C – Confidence in the Classroom 
•    Teaching Your First Lesson

Part D – Welcome to the TESOL World 
•    Prospects for the EFL Teacher 
•    Sample Careers in TESOL 
•    Getting Your First Job 

Part E – Exam Question 

Part F - Teaching Young Learners with Minimal Resources 
•    Introduction 
•    Ideas for teaching with Minimal Resources 
•    Discussion Groups 
•    Working with Imaginary Materials 
•    Drilling 
•    Dialogue Creation 
•    Listening Activities 
•    Reading and Writing Activities 
•    Using Everyday Objects 
•    Working Without a Course Book – the Topic-based Syllabus 

           - Teaching with Minimal Resources Summary 
           - Further Research on Teaching English with Minimal Resources 
           - Gaining Confidence with Young Learners 

Professional Development 
•    TESOL 
•    IATEFL 
•    Further Study

Module 5 and 6 cover your volunteer teaching practice, which you undertake locally. 
 

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I am really enjoying the Course, and [almost] overwhelmed with the amount of valuable information given! Mind you, I am not just reading the text of your Course, but diving down all the suggested avenues of extra information gathering / learning processes so any 'overwhelming' is entirely self-imposed! Thank you(Alex) for the time you have taken to mark my Modules and for your valuable input. I notice you have taken extra time to suggest ways to expand on my ideas & I really appreciate that.
- Jane Howarth
Thanks so much for everything - you've been absolutely wonderful! Clare was a great, patient tutor, and I got all my feedback well within the turnaround time you gave. I have no complaints.
- Leigh H


Global English has been training people to teach English since 1996 and are one of the UK’s most established, online TESOL providers.  

GLOBAL ENGLISH:  We’re proud of our online TESOL accreditation and of how we have helped thousands of people from all walks of life get started on their English teaching careers. Our innovative courses, whether it’s our most advanced 250 hr level 5 or a TESOL with specialism, are designed to help you stand out from the crowd.  Our message is: don’t settle for a generic TESOL; choose an externally accredited course from a reputable provider which offers you that extra ‘edge’ in employment. We’ve trained teachers from all corners of the world, from Mongolia to Mexico and Norway to the New Zealand!  Plus, since we have been around so long, we’ve got the TESOL job contacts and resume know-how to help you get where you want to go.  We’d love to help you get started too. 


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NOTE:  After downloading your first module (4 in total) you can work offline when you want to. When complete, simply upload your modules via your student area and get feedback from your tutor.  Throughout the course you’ll be able to access live teaching segments, podcasts and links to some of the top EFL material on the web today to keep you interested & motivated.  This 4 module online course with full tutorial support, 24/7 access and a 30 hour how to teach young learner component. The course is accredited by ACTDEC to level 2 standard.
 

20 HOUR TEACHING PRACTICE (TP) COMPONENT

Your 20 hour Teaching Practice can consist of any in-class help you give; from assisting a lead teacher to observing classes, as long as you lead a class for at least 6 hours.

Time log form – completed by you and signed by the sponsoring institution confirming your completion of 20 hours in-class time. 6 hours must be you leading a class teaching English. The remaining hours can consist of being a class assistant or observing a class (minimum of 2 students per class). Please note, home tutoring 1-1 cannot be included in this class since it is vital for the integrity of the programme that your TP experience is verifiable by a 3rd party.

Self-evaluation form - submit a guided reflection on a lesson you have delivered. You will be assigned a Global English personal tutor for advice, guidance and who will also mark your self-evaluation.

Where can I get teaching practice?

It is important that your teaching practice is classroom based and can be verified by a 3rd party ‘host’ of some description for the validity of your certificate. This is why tutoring 1-1 privately/online does not count towards TP under this scheme.

There is a huge demand to learn English and in most locations worldwide there are numerous opportunities to teach English in the paid or voluntary sector.

The documentation we need your sponsoring organization to provide for us is not onerous! Essentially, they will just need to allow you to help out (and allow you to lead a class for 6 hours of TP) and sign to verify your participation. 

Organizations offering TP options:

•    Faith-based organizations, churches and ‘international cafes’
•    Local government - often organizes or knows of volunteer schemes teaching English universities and colleges with or without specific ESL departments
•    Libraries
•    Community centres based around cultural groups (find these through the internet on local search engines) 
•    Language schools


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REFUNDS & CANCELLATIONS
 
There is a 14 day refund guarantee for this course, provided no course assignments were submitted for marking or grading. Students who have already submitted completed assignments for marking or grading will not be eligible for a refund.  If you would like to apply for a refund please write to us by email and your refund will be issued as soon as possible (within 15 business days).
 
 
NON-NATIVE ENGLISH SPEAKERS
 
This course requires a strong command of both written and spoken English. Non-native English speakers should possess a TOEFL score of 280 or higher, or B2 level proficiency in the English language.  If you are not sure of your English Language level then please schedule a free consultation session with one of our advisors.
 
 
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Course FAQ'S

Global English

No. You can enroll and begin this course at any time.

No. All course materials are included in the displayed enrollment price.

Yes. You must have citizenship from the US, UK, Canada, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand or South Africa. Korean Immigration will only process English teaching work visas for these 7 nationalities. Refer to the next FAQ for more prerequisites.

No. This course was designed for teaching English in South Korea and South Korean schools tend to hire native English speakers only.

Yes. Having previous teaching experience is not a prerequisite for this course.

No. Having a bachelor’s degree from the US, UK, Canada, Ireland, Australia, NZ or SA is mandatory for securing employment in South Korea.

6-10 weeks.

7 months. Trainees who fail to meet the minimum standards will not receive the respective certification or actual certificate. Trainees can’t progress through the course until passing each module. Tutors work closely with all trainees to ensure maximum chances of success.

You are graded by continuous assessment. Your marks are added up as you proceed through the course and there are more marks for the latter modules, so you have the chance to make up any marks you may have missed out on in the earlier ones. You need to get 50% for a Pass, roughly 67% for a B grade (ACTDEC Pass with Merit) and 83% for an A grade (ACTDEC Pass with Distinction). You’ll receive individual comments on all of your completed sections.

You can expect to receive the certificate 5-7 days after your final assignment has been submitted for grading and assessment. There is a small fee for a hardcopy of the TEFL certificate. Requesting a hardcopy is completely optional and you will automatically receive an electronic copy for free. Note: Electronic TEFL / TESOL certificates are widely accepted by most overseas schools and employers.

Yes. Global English provides job advice, personal CV assistance, information from people who are currently teaching in Korea and contacts for experiences EPIK recruiting agencies. They will also let you know when schools contact them looking for graduates through their regular magazine E-Global.

You can begin applying for TEFL teaching jobs in Korea anytime. Some teaching programs, such as EPIK, offer positions with the understanding that you are currently enrolled in a TEFL course that will be completed before the job contract begins. Global English can provide enrollment verification letters if requested.

Testimonials

  • Don't believe all the hype that's associated with CELTA and Trinity certification courses. My friend spent £2000 on his CELTA course while I spent $400 on a hybrid TEFL course, which was mostly online but included 20 hours of teaching practice, and we both have the same salary, benefits and working conditions in Japan! I'm quite satisfied with the deal I found on TEFL Source, definitely worth a look if you're planning on getting certified.S. Hyeong
  • Highly recommend using TEFL Source if you want to get certified to teach English as a foreign language. I'm currently travelling in SE Asia so I wanted a course that I could work on from my ipad. TEFL Source had lots of great options and the prices were more competitive than other places I looked. I can't wait to start teaching now!Jon Sobolewski
  • So far so good! Enrolled in a 120hr course last week and already completed the first 2 modules. Kudos to the TEFL Source staff for walking me through the different options and taking the time to explain what I needed, and what I didn't for that matter, in order to teach over in Korea.Rhea Csergei
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