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CELT-P/S

CELT–P Certificate in English Language Teaching – Primary

CELT-S Certificate in English Language Teaching-Secondary

 

 

CELT–P is Cambridge English Teaching Qualification for English language teachers working in primary education (6-12 year olds). and CELT S is for English language teachers working in secondary education (11-18 years olds). 

 These Cambridge teaching qualifications help teachers learn how to improve their classroom performance through blended learning and teaching practices.

It provides English language teachers the opportunity to build and refresh their skills and knowledge, to get the best from their students.

It will give teachers the confidence and skills for:

 

• implementing the curriculum successfully

• applying their learning to classroom situations

• improving teaching in classrooms.

 

Key facts

CEFR* Level requirement

B1 and above

Format

Online course

Face-to-face Teaching Practice

Hours

120

Assessment

Written assessment

Teaching Practice

 

Course Format:

  • Blended Learning
  • Teaching Practices 
  • Individual support
  • classroom observation from a Cambridge trained and certified teacher trainer.

            

Course outline:

The modules have a practical, communicative focus on teachers with large classes in primary/Secondary school contexts.

CELT P has 9 modules that are:

Module 1 – The young learner, language and the primary classroom

Module 2 – Developing listening and speaking skills in the primary classroom

Module 3 – Developing reading and writing skills in the primary classroom

Module 4 – Approaches to teaching language in the primary classroom

Module 5 – Managing the primary classroom

Module 6 – Planning language learning in the primary classroom

Module 7 – Resources for learning in the primary classroom

Module 8 – Assessing language learning in the primary context

Module 9 – Language awareness for teaching

 

CELT S has 8 modules that are:

Module 1 – Classroom management in the secondary classroom

Module 2 – Language learning and the teenage learner

Module 3 – Teaching language skills (reading, writing, listening and speaking) in the secondary classroom

Module 4 – Language awareness for teaching

Module 5 – Teaching language (grammar, lexis and phonology) in the secondary classroom

Module 6 – Planning language learning (lessons and courses) in the secondary classroom

Module 7 – Language learning resources and materials for the secondary classroom

Module 8 – Assessing language learning in the secondary context

 

Assessment:

•progress tests(online) and practical tasks throughout the course

•Assessed Teaching Practices

•Written assessment.