This fabulous resource should help you trouble shoot any action points you may have over the duration of the course!

Unit 1: Core issues in the learning context

a) Classroom dynamics
b) Student interaction and teacher roles
c) Learning styles
d) Motivating students to learn
e) Learner autonomy
f) Lesson planning and determining aims
g) Analysing written and spoken language
Unit 1 (complete)

Unit 2: Micro skills of teaching ESOL

a) Teacher language
b) Questioning techniques
c) Giving instructions
d) Pace in the classroom
e) Drilling techniques
f) Conducting feedback on classroom activities
g) Correcting spoken errors
h) Correcting written language
Unit 2 (complete)

Unit 3: Teaching skills-focused lessons

a) Listening 1: A typical listening lesson
b) Listening 2: Learner-friendly listening lessons
c) Reading 1: Knowing about strategies and sub-skills
d) Reading 2: Setting tasks for reading texts
e) Speaking 1: Fluency
f) Speaking 2: Strategies
g) Writing 1: A product approach and features of written language
h) Writing 2: A process approach
i) Literacy
Unit 3 (complete)

Unit 4: Teaching language-focused lessons

a) Teaching Pronunciation
b) Teaching Vocabulary 1: Different approaches
c) Teaching Vocabulary 2: Concept checking
d) Teaching Grammar 1: Different approaches
e) Teaching Grammar 2: Grammar from texts
f) Teaching Grammar 3: Using communicative activities
g) Teaching Grammar 4: Concept-checking grammar
h) Task-based language learning
i) Teaching functional language
Unit 4 (complete)

Unit 5: Materials and resources

a) Using authentic materials
b) Timetabling a sequence of lessons
c) Using songs
d) CALL: Computer Assisted Language Learning
e) Using DVD or video
f) Using games
g) Using drama activities
Unit 5 (complete)

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