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J?cc,dhmgrngfDTLLS Diploma Teaching In Lifelong Learning Sector - ESOL
Teacher EducationWhat does the course include?
This course is for those who want to teach in English to Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL), we also provide a specialist course where the Diploma in Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector is contextualised to include the skills, knowledge and understanding necessary to support ESOL learners in a full teaching role.
The course comprises a number of units including:
Introduction to Teaching & Learning English (ESOL)
Developing English (ESOL) Literacy and Language Learning & Teaching Theories of Inclusive Language & Literacy Development (ESOL) Theories and Frameworks for Literacy and Language Development in ESOL Curriculum Development for Inclusive Practice in ESOL
Professional Practice in the Lifelong Learning Sector through CPD The course takes place over sixty weeks, spanning two academic years. There are six weekly guided learning hours, additional mentoring hours and teaching observations.
What do I need to get on this course?
Before starting this course you will need to have either a specialist PTLLS ESOL qualification, or have passed a CELTA course. You will need to log a minimum of 150 teaching hours over the duration of the course. You will also need to possess adequate ICT skills to enable you to utilise programmes such as Word, PowerPoint and internet browsers.
How will I be assessed?
You will be required to produce a number of written assignments including, but not limited to:
A Reflective Learning Journal, maintained and updated throughout the course Teaching Practice Portfolios including a range of Teaching, Learning & Assessment Materials, Evaluations of Practice, Case Studies of ESOL Learners, Profile of a Group of ESOL Learners Observation and Evaluations of ESOL classes
Analyses of ESOL Learners’ use of language
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