Go on a tour of the CELTA journey at IH Izmir through this video, find out more about our centre, our tutors and our trainees and discover for yourself why doing your CELTA at IH Izmir is the one and only choice!
100% Online CELTA
Cambridge Assessment English is offering a uniqe opportunity for teachers who plan to take the CELTA course.
Now you can do the whole CELTA course online!
Some of the advantages of the course include:
no flights costs
no accommodation costs
no visa headaches
same CELTA certificate as the face-to-face course
an extra week of online teaching preparation
not having to step outside of your safe haven!
A Typical CELTA Day
The CELTA course daily routine timeline here at IH Izmir is like:
Six hours of observed teaching at two distinct levels, completed with detailed lesson plans, provides the opportunity to put everything you learn through input sessions, feedback sessions and experience into practice. Through eight, 45-minute lessons, trainees get the chance to build on previous lessons experience teaching a variety of lessons shapes and aims.
In addition to peer observations almost every day, trainees will have six hours of live observations of experienced teachers, in which they can see the techniques, lesson shapes and approaches in action.
GLP is when you have a one on one chat with your tutor about the upcoming teaching practice session. You bounce ideas off of them get ideas for activites and justify the choices you have made.
Following each Teaching Practice session, feedback is where trainees get a chance to reflect on their lessons, receive peer feedback and have their lessons deconstructed with the help of the tutors to identify areas of strengths and action points to focus on in the upcoming teaching sessions.
32+ sessions where the theoretical concepts, teaching approaches, lesson shapes, aspect of phonology, classroom management and many other aspects are covered by the tutors. The input sessions provide the trainees with the tools needed to deliver their lessons, while providing a deeper, more focused understanding of ELT.
Trainees are required to complete four assignments on the course. Ranging from focusing on the learners, to language and receptive skills, to self-reflection, this part of the course is where trainees demonstrate their research, data collection and academic writing skills to produce 750-1000 word pieces of writing. Each assignment comes with a resubmission, in which the trainees will have the opportunity to work on their action points based on tutor comments.
Who is CELTA for?
How is CELTA assessed?
To meet the assessment requirements, candidates must attend a course and:
-Practice-teach classes of the relevant age group and size for a total of six hours.
-Observe experienced teachers teaching classes of language learners for a total of six hours, three of which may be on video.
-Maintain and submit a portfolio of all coursework including all written assignments and materials related to teaching practice.
Mode of Assessment
Assessment is continuous and integrated.
Continuous here means that assessment takes place throughout the course.
Integrated here means that both assessed components contribute to the overall grade.
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