Module 1: Words and punctuation


Types of word – Introduction

Types of word – Introduction continued

Types of word – Nouns, verbs, adjectives

Types of word – Pronouns, adverbs, prepositions

Types of word – Conjunctions, interjections, & determiners

Types of word – Grouping different word classes

Types of word – Recap

Types of word – Quiz

Types of verb – Introduction

Types of verb – Action and stative

Types of verb – Transitive, intransitive, auxiliary, modal

Types of verb – Phrasal, regular and irregular

Types of verb – Recap

Types of verb – Quiz

Affixes – Introduction

Affixes – Rules of use

Affixes – Teaching affixes

Punctuation – Introduction

Punctuation – Periods, commas and colons

Punctuation – Apostrophes, question, exclamation and quotation marks

Punctuation – Hyphens, dashes, brackets and slashes

Punctuation – Recap

Affixes & punctuation – Quiz


Module 2: Sentences and tenses


Tenses – Introduction

Tenses – Introduction continued

Present tenses – Simple and continuous

Present tenses – Perfect and perfect continuous

Past tenses – Simple and continuous

Past tenses – Perfect and perfect continuous

Future tenses – Simple and continuous

Future tenses – Perfect and perfect continuous

Tenses – Summary

Tenses – Quiz

Sentence structures – Introduction

Sentence structures – Simple and compound

Sentence structures – Complex, and compound-complex

Sentence structures – Conditional sentences

Sentence structures – Z conditional and first conditional

Sentence structures – Second and third conditional

Sentences – Recap

Sentences – Quiz


Module 3: Language skills


Language Skills – Introduction




Teaching vocabulary – Introduction

Teaching vocabulary – Meaning, form & pronunciation

Collocation – Introduction

Collocation – Types of collocations

Collocation – Teaching collocations

Word roots – Introduction

Word roots – Why they’re important

Word roots – Teaching tips

Teaching vocabulary – Summary

Teaching vocabulary – EXAM



Teaching reading – Introduction

Teaching reading to beginners – The alphabet

Teaching reading to beginners – Phonics

Teaching reading to beginners – Vocab limitations

Practicing reading with advanced students – Introduction

Practicing reading with advanced students – Scanning, skimming & reading for detail

Practicing reading with advanced students – Activities

Teaching reading – Why some learners struggle

Teaching reading – Summary

Teaching reading – EXAM



Teaching writing – Introduction

Teaching writing to beginners – Foundations

Teaching writing to beginners – Activities

Advanced writing skills – Macro vs micro skills

Advanced writing skills – Getting over the hump

Advanced writing skills – Activities

Advanced writing skills – Activities continued

Teaching writing – Summary

Teaching writing – EXAM



Teaching speaking – Introduction

Teaching speaking to beginners – Setting the scene

Teaching speaking to beginners – Pronunciation

Teaching speaking – Intonation

Teaching speaking – Intonation continued

Word stress – Introduction

Word stress – Types of word stress

Word stress – Teaching tips

Sentence stress – Introduction

Sentence stress – Teaching tips

Teaching speaking – Advanced classes

Teaching speaking – Advanced activities

Teaching speaking – EXAM



Teaching listening – Introduction

Teaching listening to beginners – Classroom English

Teaching listening to beginners – Prep and practice

Practicing listening with advanced students – Introduction

Practicing listening with advanced students – Activities

Teaching listening – Summary

Teaching listening – EXAM


Module 4: Preparing for lessons



Preparing for lessons – Introduction

Lesson plans


Lesson plans – Introduction

Lesson plans – Example plan

Lesson plans – Approaches

Warmers, fillers and coolers – Introduction

Warmers, fillers and coolers – With beginners

Warmers, fillers and coolers – With advanced classes

Lesson plans – EXAM

Class context


Class context – Introduction

Class context – Age range

Class context – Culture

Class context – Purpose

Class context – Learning styles

Class context – Visual, auditory, verbal & kinesthetic learning

Class context – Summary

Class context – QuizEXAM


Module 5: Managing your class



Classroom management – Introduction

Learning environment


Positive learning environments – Introduction

Positive learning environments – Classroom variables

Positive learning environments – Seating plans

Positive learning environments – Seating continued

Positive learning environments – Decorations

Positive learning environments – Quiz

Rules and problems


Classroom rules – Introduction

Classroom rules – Rules for different ages

Classroom rules – Problem students

Classroom rules – Final thoughts

Classroom rules – Quiz

Student motivation


Motivation – Introduction

Motivation – Sources of motivation

Motivation – Tailoring your lesson plans

Motivation – Praise

Motivation – When to praise

Motivation – How to praise

Motivation – Summary

Motivation – EXAM


Module 6: Teaching online



Teaching English Online

Teaching online – Introduction

Teaching online – Equipment

Teaching online – Setting up your classroom

Teaching online – Selecting and using props

Teaching online – Teaching techniques

Teaching online – Motivating students

Teaching online – Demo classes

Teaching online – Conclusion


Module : Final assessment

Final Exam


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