Will Revising Grammar Help Me Apply for the CELTA Course? When I applied for the CELTA course, I distinctly remember being told that I was a weak applicant on account of my language awareness. I was a little surprised to be honest, I’d always considered myself to be fairly solid when it came to English.Continue reading “A Fun Grammar Refresher in Preparation for the CELTA Course”
Get Your Learners Thinking Creatively in the English Language Classroom: 5 Activities to Use in the Classroom
Well known author and teacher developer Jim Scrivener spoke to me in an interview a couple of years ago about focusing on where learning is happening. He claims that we devote lot of time as teachers to almost ritualistic teaching acts to engage and entertain students. In this article I go on to explore this idea further.
Popular English Language Teaching (ELT) author, practitioner and trainer, Jeremy Harmer graduated with a BA Hons in English and American Studies followed by an MA in Applied Linguistics from the University of Reading and has trained as a Teacher Trainer at International House, London.
I was asked yesterday by one of the course participants about pronunciation and how much we need to know before we do a course like the CELTA, or how much knowledge we need to demonstrate at the interview stage.
How can I apply for a CELTA course? What are the best ways to prepare for the CELTA and even come out with a better result at the end? Let’s find out, shall we?