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Description: Many times while teaching abroad, you will be in a classroom where the levels of your students’ English skills vary. This professional development course will help you to instruct a class of students varying in speaking, listening, and writing levels with steps and techniques so that every student is able to learn regardless of their specific level. You will receive 50 learning hours and will be able to complete this course in two weeks or less.
Objectives: Depending on where you are teaching, the language institute's levels and the number of students it is quite possible that you end up teaching a class where your students vary in the English language level. You may have an intermediate class but you will find that some students know more than the basic but less than an intermediate student while other students are much more advanced in their language skills. The main problem is usually that some students have an excellent comprehension level, but a less than stellar writing level and others who are great at speaking but cannot read so well and so on.

As a teacher, it is your job to even out the playing field while also creating a stimulating atmosphere for the students, regardless of their level. If you ignore these differences there will be more interruptions in the classroom because students are bored, confused or uninterested. The objectives of our TESOL Certification program, Instructional Strategies: How to teach a class of students on varying levels teaches ESL teachers to level out the field for the students. You will be able to identify the problem areas of the student and to evaluate them.

These evaluations will be crucial as you can create activities that put students with the same skills sets together in order to create better educational situations. This way all students will be able to advance, regardless of their level and students can focus in on their problem areas. By the end of the class semester, your entire class could be on the same level or better. If you are having trouble organizing your class in terms of varying levels, then the TESOL certification class, Instructional Strategies: How to teach a class of students on varying levels, is recommended.

Language: English
Training hours: 50
$35.00 Add to cart
Language: English
Professors: O Nobles, An Auto Course Attendant, Thomas G, Y. Anderson
Units: 2, Tests: 1
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Language: English
Professors: An Auto Course Attendant, O Nobles, Thomas G, Y. Anderson
Units: 3, Tests: 1, Projects: 1
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Language: English
Professors: An Auto Course Attendant, O Nobles, Thomas G, Y. Anderson
Units: 5, Tests: 1, Projects: 1
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Language: English
Professors: An Auto Course Attendant, O Nobles, Thomas G, Y. Anderson
Units: 4, Tests: 1, Projects: 1
Lesson content
Language: English
Professors: An Auto Course Attendant, O Nobles, Thomas G, Y. Anderson
Units: 4, Tests: 1, Projects: 1
Lesson content
Language: English
Professors: An Auto Course Attendant, O Nobles, Thomas G, Y. Anderson
Units: 5, Tests: 1, Projects: 1
Lesson content
Language: English
Professors: O Nobles, An Auto Course Attendant, Thomas G, Y. Anderson
Units: 3
Lesson content
Language: English
Professors: Thomas G, An Auto Course Attendant
Tests: 1
Lesson content
$35.00 Add to cart