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Top Ranked TEFL Certification Course | Henry Harvin Education

The top-ranked TEFL Certification Institute, Henry Harvin provides you with the best training program to accomplish your dream.
( PR4US.com | Press Release | 2020-08-06 13:22:23 )
Providing the platform for learners from all over the world to pursue the TEFL Certification, Henry Harvin is rated No. 1 institute for its program. The 120-hour training course will help you understand the nuances of teaching English to non-English Speakers. This course is accredited by the American Association of EFL and is designed to ensure that you clear the TEFL Certification exam on your first attempt. The additional features of this course include:
Outstanding academicians.
Best pedagogical practices.
100% interview guaranteed immediately after enrollment.
Prepare you to grab a $3000/month job.
Qualify for 12000+ Jobs from 6+countries.

Benefits of TEFL
TEFL is your passport to the entire world! Almost all countries have opened their doors for TEFL qualified individuals as they recognize the communicative power of English as an international language.

Skills You Will Learn

1. Understand the nuances of teaching English to non- English speakers.
2. Improve your confidence to face a class.
3. Nourish most effective teaching skills and methodologies.
4. Gain an in-depth understanding of learner’s psychology.
5. Increase your experience in evaluating students without prejudice or bias.
6. Design unique and original lesson plans to seize the awareness of all.

Career Advantages of TEFL Certification

1. Find yourself spoilt by tremendous job opportunities from all over the world.
2. Get access to a unique platform of most highly paid jobs as an EFL teacher.
3. Meet your heart’s desire to explore new countries with rich natural and cultural background.
4. Upgrade your job prole and CV and reap its benefits
5. Create a niche for yourself by displaying your AAEFL certification.

Course Curriculum

Module 01 – An Introduction to English Language Teaching

1.1 – English Teaching

1.2 – Language Acquisition and Teaching Methodologies

1.3 – English Pronunciation

1.4 – English Grammar, Vocabulary and Writing

1.5 – Pedagogies of Listening

1.6 – An Overview of Speaking

1.7 – Approaches to Reading

Module 02 – Teaching Process, Role of Instructor & Learner

2.1 – Who is a Teacher/Instructor?

2.2 – Professional and Personal Attributes of a Teacher

2.3 – Teaching Process

2.4 – Principles of Teaching

2.5 – Types of Teaching Method

2.6 – Teaching Procedure

2.7 – Stages of Teaching

2.8 – Role of Teachers

2.9 – Who is a Learner?

2.10 – The Learning Cycle

2.11 – The Learning Styles

2.12 – Stages of Learning

2.13 – Role of Learners

Module 03 – Teaching Young Learners

3.1 – Who is a young Learner?

3.2 – Difference Between Adult Learners and Young Learners

3.3 – Classroom Management with Young Learners

3.4 – Differences in Teaching Approach to Different Ages of Young Learners

3.5 – Developing Listening and Speaking Skills in Young Learners

3.6 – Keywords for Young Learners Class

Module 04 – Teaching Pronunciation, Phonetics & Phonology

4.1 – Common problems with the wrong pronunciation

4.2 – Phonetics

4.3 – Difference between pronunciation and phonetics

4.4 – Phonology

4.5 – Pronunciation

4.6 – Communication & Conceptualization

4.7 – Vowels & Consonants

4.8 – Practising Pronunciation

Module 05 – Teaching Grammar (Syntax)

5.1 – Grammar Stages

5.2 – Nouns

5.3 – Participles

5.4 – Articles

5.5 – Prepositions

5.6 – Conjunctions

5.7 – Adjectives

5.8 – Numbers

5.9 – The Time Frame of Tenses

5.10 – Subject and Verb Agreement

Module 06 – Teaching Vocabulary (Lexis)

6.1 – What do you mean by Lexis?

6.2 – Understanding Vocabulary and Vocabulary Learning

6.3 – Types of Vocabulary

6.4 – Knowing a Word

6.5 – Techniques of Presenting Vocabulary

6.6 – Learning Strategies for Learning Vocabulary

Module 07 – Teaching Reading (Receptive Skills)

7.1 – How to Hone Reading Skills?

7.2 – Types of Reading

7.3 – Use of Graphic Organizers for Better Understanding

7.4 – Identifying Tone of Passage

7.5 – Types of Tone

7.6 – Comprehension Strategies

Module 08 – Teaching Listening (Receptive Skills)

8.1 – Listening and Its Importance

8.2 – Difference Between Listening and Hearing

8.3 – Active Listening

8.4 – Principles of Good Listening

8.5 – Listening Process and Its Levels

8.6 – Types of Listening

8.7 – Barriers to Listening

8.8 – Reducing Barriers in Listening

Module 09 – Teaching Speaking (Productive Skills)

9.1 – Introduction to Speaking

9.2 – Types of Speaking

9.3 – Activities to Promote Speaking

9.4 – Suggestions for Teachers in Teaching Speaking

9.5 – Importance of Teaching Speaking

Module 10 – Teaching Writing (Productive Skills)

10.1 – Structure and Punctuation

10.2 – Types of Writing

Module 11 – Lesson Planning

11.1 – What is Lesson Planning

11.2 – Stages of Lesson Planning

11.3 – Suggested Practices

11.4 – Lesson Phases

Module 12 – Classroom Management- Online/Offline & Techniques

12.1 – What is Classroom Management?

12.2 – Management Strategies

12.3 – Importance of Classroom Management

12.4 – Successful Classroom Management Principles

12.5 – Classroom Control techniques

12.6 – Transition V/s Allocated Times

12.7 – Proximity and Body Language

Press Information

Henry Harvin Education
355, Serrano Drive,10C, San Francisco,CA-94132, United States-85253

+14159329312

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https://us.henryharvin.com/

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