Learning a foreign language challenges the intellect, enriches the spirit, and allows you to call the Norwegian royal family to tell them they are a ridiculous concept. Help others dial into dialects with this Groupon.
$69 for a 160-Hour Online TESOL-Certification Course with Exclusive Job Bank and e-Library Access ($944 Value)
The 160-hour online TESOL-certification courses are broken down into six modules that overview the characteristics, usage, and development of the English language, classroom dynamics, and the teacher-student relationship. Upon course completion, students receive internationally recognized TESOL, TEFL, and TESL certification, allowing them to teach English as a secondary language in public or private schools. Course access includes exclusive access to a job bank and an e-library of over 3000 books.
Students of the English language have a lot to contend with. Not only must they learn a grammar system with influences from Latin to Old Norse, but also an ever-expanding vocabulary that includes, according to the second edition of The Oxford English Dictionary, more than 600,000 words. To help students navigate this endless tide of language, TESOLS.com has constructed a standardized online course for those seeking TESOL certification, giving students around the world increased access to the learning tool they need most: well-trained English teachers.
TESOLS.com’s courses are divided into six modules, which teach aspiring educators effective ways of presenting the English language’s lexicon, grammatical nuances, and 13 different words for pizza. They also give future teachers an understanding of classroom dynamics and student interaction.
72% of 29 customers recommend
“Although my experience wasn't great, I would still recommend this program. It is a highly rated program. I would just hope that in the future the instructor is on the...”
“Although my experience wasn't great, I would still recommend this program. It is a highly rated program. I would just hope that in the future the instructor is on the same page. For me, it is not enough just to know my grade. For others, it may be so.If I get a question wrong, I'd like to know what I did wrong to avoid the problem in the future. Also, I don't need a lecture that this is not English Compositon or a college course. What does that matter? Should I expect any less feedback?. I would suggest to Tesols to advise their teachers to to be more forthright in providing feedback and also to grade assessment based on actual assessment question, not on his/her interpretation of the question . If the questiion states to "list" the verbal strategies that would be used based on provided scenario(s),do not mark a student incorrectly if they list the strategies instead of going into detail about the strategies. The question said "list", not "explain". In a nutshell, I would not recommend this program to others that desire the same learning experience. For those that don't, this program would be acceptable. ”
“The teacher and admin staff at the Leadership College was great. But unfortunately the course is not accredited.”