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University of Washington     [Provider profile and all courses offered]
Course Title:Certificate of I-TEFL (Evening) 0 Review
Course location
Country:United States
Address:Professional & Continuing Education, University of WA, Box 359450
Mode of Delivery:Face to face
Final qualification: Certificate
Course fee including any registration fees:USD 3,084.00 (*EUR 2,229.73, GBP 1,836.21)
Minimum number of Teaching Practice hours:2
Maximum number of Teaching Practice hours:4
Supporting documentation:
Career support:Panel of EFL teachers who have recently taught abroad.
Means of Assessment
Titles of written assignmentsRegular journals entries focused on self-reflection
Portfolio of lesson plans and a customized teaching philosophy
Observed teaching practice with language learnersyes
Final examination - please specify what is to be examined Final Oral Presentation
Portfolio of evidence of competence yes
Assessment criteria:Continuous assessment during the entire certificate program
Course entry requirements:Some experience as a volunteer or professional English instructor in an elementary school, middle school, high school, college, university or nonprofit agency.

If you are a non-native speaker of English, one of the following minimum scores:
TOEFL iBT 84 (17*)
IELTS 6.5 (5.5*)
PTE 55 (45*)
* No sub-score below indicated number
Entry Age: Minimum-
Entry Age: Maximum-
Course dates:From 2015-01-05 to 2015-06-08
Course length: total hours:120
Total observed and assessed teaching practice hours:10
Course duration:5 months
Tutor-trainee ratio:1 to 16
Minimum tutor qualifications:Masters
Minimum ELT teacher training experience of tutors:15 years
Minimum ELT language teaching experience of tutors:15 years
Course content:
  • Conducting a needs analysis
  • Interpreting needs analyses' results
  • Planning courses
  • Planning lesson sequences
  • Planning individual lessons
  • Theories of language learning
  • Approaches to the teaching/learning of a foreign/second language
  • Selection of appropriate teaching styles and techniques
  • Effective management of teaching/learning
  • Selection of appropriate learning materials
  • Adaptation of existing learning materials
  • Use of appropriate learning materials
  • Role of the teacher
  • Class management
  • Teaching of the four skills of reading, writing, speaking and listening
  • Effective use of audio material
  • Effective use of video material
  • Effective use of the Internet
  • Effective use of pair work
  • Effective use of group work
  • Effective use of role play
  • Effective use of simulation
  • Learner autonomy and the promotion of self-managed learning
  • Provision of appropriate feedback to learners on their achievements
  • Test design
  • Alternative methods of assessment
  • Evaluation and modification of lessons
  • Evaluation and modfication of lesson sequences
  • Evaluation and modification of courses
  • Evaluation of own teaching performance
  • Levels trained for & taught in teaching practice:Beginner
    Lower intermediate
    Higher intermediate
    Age groups trained for & taught in teaching practice:4-7 years
    7-12 years
    Minimum number of language learners in teaching practice groups:1-5
    English for specific purposes covered:Academic purposes
    Preparation for EFL examinations covered:N/A
    Course summaryITEFL is a professional certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign Language from the University of Washington. Participants are introduced to current theories, research and practices in the field of English language teaching in a hands-on manner. Classes are held in the evening, twice a week. Participants present teaching demonstrations focused on a variety of classroom topics, as well as conduct classroom observations and conversation facilitations in actual EFL classrooms. Reading and homework are required outside of class, including regular written journal entries focused on self-reflection. Included are lectures by experience EFL teachers and a panel of teachers who have recently taught English overseas. Topics and activities include: Lesson planning, online materials, grammar, placement assessment, classroom management, student motivation, adapting universal practices to your target student population, creating a professional portfolio of lesson plans, teaching philosophy

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