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About the CELTA Course in Bandung

The CELTA is a 120-hour course accredited by the University of Cambridge and was written for participants who want to teach English. It is the most widely accepted initial qualification in TEFL teacher training and in many countries it is a necessity for finding work in the industry.

The teacher training centre in Bandung is a fantastic place to learn and is approved by the University of Cambridge ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages).

The course is mostly practical and develops an recognition of teaching and learning factors, language analysis and awareness, language skills, planning and resources and enhancing teaching skills and professionalism.

 

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As a StudyCELTA trainee, you will be able to sign up for free to our TEFL jobs website www.teflwork.com. TEFLwork is a platform only for qualified English teachers and will allow you to find work both at home and abroad with your newly gained CELTA certificate.

CELTA Course Content and Assessment

The course follows the Cambridge CELTA syllabus. The following is an overview of the topics covered:

  • The general principles and techniques of teaching and learning a foreign language
  • The English language: linguistic form, function, meaning and phonology
  • Teaching and learning the skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing
  • Classroom techniques: presentation, practice, checking learning, error analysis, correction, classroom management, group work and pair work
  • Lesson planning; course planning; timetables
  • Different learning and teaching styles at adult level, adult learners' motivations and learning styles
  • Other factors that affect learning such as adult literacy
  • The evaluation and use of published and non-published resources and materials along with learning how to adapt authentic materials into concrete learning tools.
  • Professional development: evaluating one's own strengths and weaknesses, preparing to become a teacher, colleague and employee

The course consists of several parts:

  • Teaching practice
  • Input sessions
  • Written assignments
  • Assisted lesson planning

Before each lesson you teach, you will have one-on-one contact with your teaching practice tutor.

Observations

You will also observe professional English language teachers throughout the course, as well as sit in on teaching practice lessons from your peers. You will be involved in the feedback process for your peers’ practice lessons.

Feedback

After observing your peers teach, you will provide them with feedback on their lessons. Your tutor will guide feedback sessions and contribute with his/her own suggestions and comments.

You will also receive feedback from your peers and tutors on your own practice lessons.

Input Sessions

These are led by course tutors and cover all key aspects of English language teaching such as methodology, lesson planning, learning an unknown language, teaching grammar, pronunciation and vocabulary. Course assignments will also be set and discussed during these input sessions.

Written Assignments

You will complete four written assignments during the course. Each of these assignments will be between 750 and 1,000 words, not including extra materials, lesson plans, samples of students’ writing,and results of questionnaires. In addition to these written assignments, you will have to submit lesson plans, observation sheets and self-evaluations for observed and taught lessons.

The CELTA assessment is made not only on your ability to teach and your language awareness, but also on your overall professional attitude and behaviour.

Assessment of candidates is by the course tutors and is continuous but the course will also be moderated by an external assessor who visits the course for quality assurance purposes.

CELTA is awarded to candidates who have completed the course and who have met the assessment criteria for all written and practical assignments.

The overall assessment aims for each unit are that candidates should be able to:

  • Assess learner needs, and plan and teach lessons which take account of learners' backgrounds, learning preferences and current needs
  • Demonstrate language knowledge and awareness and appropriate teaching strategies
  • Demonstrate knowledge about language skills and how they may be acquired
  • Plan and prepare lessons designed to develop their learners' overall language competence
  • Demonstrate an appropriate range of teaching skills at this level and show professional awareness and responsibility

The certificate will be awarded to candidates who meet the course requirements and whose performance meets, or exceeds, the criteria in both assessment components. The outcome of the course is decided on a continuous assessment basis, there is no final examination.

How to Apply

If you believe that you are eligible to take the Cambridge CELTA certificate, please fill in our online application.

Once you have completed the tasks and returned them to us, if successful, you will be offered an interview, either face-to-face, by telephone or via Skype.

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