At the beginning of an in-class training course all trainees receive a course manual covering the following areas:
- Language Awareness/Grammar
- Teaching Skills
- Classroom Management
These high quality, professional course materials have been developed over the years to provide a solid basis for the various input sessions you will attend during your training. These unique materials also provide a valuable resource for your future teaching career.
TEFL Course Log
As well as the course handbook, we also provide an A4 folder which is used to organize course work such as:
- teaching practice lesson plans, materials & assessments
- Unknown language Journals
- Lesson observation Journals
The course log book provides a record of your progress through the course. It will be regularly inspected and used for moderation purposes.
TEFL Notes File
Throughout the course you will receive numerous handouts and produce many pages of your own notes. We suggest you file them under the following headings:
- Teaching skills
- Classroom management
Brief Recommended Reading List
The following two books are highly recommended as they provide an invaluable resource both during the course and once you are teaching in your own classroom.
The Practice of English Language Teaching, J Harmer
English Grammar in Use, R Murphy, Cambridge University Press