The number of English language learners continues to grow and with it comes a growing demand for skilled English teachers.
This microcredential will help you become a teacher of TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) and help you to progress your career in the UK or abroad.
You’ll delve into language learning theory and research-based teaching practices to equip yourself with the skills for a rewarding role as a TESOL teacher.
Discover teaching methods for delivering effective English language lessons
Influenced by the latest classroom teaching methodology, you’ll be introduced to different types of teaching for meeting every learners’ needs.
Covering key teaching concepts such as the communicative approach, you’ll learn when to use certain methods and hone your ability to evaluate different teaching ideas and materials.
Using this knowledge, you’ll learn how to plan and deliver a communicative lesson that is tailored to your learners.
Explore teaching concepts that are specific to language teaching
The final sections of the microcredential will teach you how to form the structure of your language lessons efficiently and effectively.
You’ll learn how to teach specific skills in speaking, listening, writing, and reading so that you’re fully equipped to help your students excel.
Learn alongside experts at The Department of English Language and Linguistics
With more than 20 years of experience running TESOL programmes globally, you’ll benefit from the expertise of specialists at The Department of English Language and Linguistics and the University of Birmingham.
This microcredential provides you with a route into TESOL teaching, helping you gain valuable teaching skills to pursue a career in this in-demand role.
Courses under this program:
Course 1: TESOL: An Introduction to Language Teaching Methodology
-Understand more about language, how it works and how different types of teaching can be applied to meet your learners’ needs.