350 Hour TESOL Course Masters with Practical Teaching Session

350 Hour TESOL Course Masters with Practical Teaching Session

TESOL(Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) or TEFL (Teaching English as Foreign Language) are international programs for teachers who are willing to carry their teaching skills overseas. Both are similar to each other in their approach to English language instruction for the non-native speakers.

These popular teaching programs are also termed as ELT (English Language Teaching) or Teaching ESL (Teaching English as Second Language). Today, TESOL/TEFL programs are considered best in the field of teaching English language in the non-native English speaking countries. These courses not only allow you to teach English for academic purposes but also for communication, needed in real life situations.

TESOL/TEFL courses are competently designed programs that enable you to learn beyond the norm and get access to the international teaching industry.

It is no more a mystery that English has become the global language for business and communication; that is why English teachers are in huge demand and the requirement of quality TESOL/TEFL teachers is desirous across the globe. As the teachers are expected to deal with non-native speakers, the approach of teaching used in these courses is different from the traditional methods of teaching English. The teachers need to work with effective English instruction and there is no scope for experiments. The teachers need to learn the TESOL/TEFL methodologies and various techniques to make it as instructive as possible. Subsequently, the teachers need to understand the job role and responsibilities.

As the course is developed considering the qualities one EFL/ESL teacher should have, hence the courses comprises all the detail guidelines required to excel in this professional field of teaching. It only talks about the proven methods in practical field of EFL teaching.

The opportunity to teach English overseas sounds like a dream to many. To teach English abroad, an ESL teaching qualification like a TEFL/TESOL certificate is a mandatory criterion. Though some programs require a bachelor's degree, many countries hire English teachers without a degree or teaching experience as long as they speak English fluently and have a TESOL/TEFL certification. Countries in the Middle East have stricter requirements for potential teachers. Generally, a bachelor’s degree is one of the requirements for teaching English abroad. However, there are exceptions to this with many countries across the globe that accept candidates with only a TEFL/TESOL certificate. The demand for English teaching positions in foreign countries has significantly increased in recent years. This is especially visible in South East Asian countries, European countries and in the Middle East, where TEFL/TESOL are mandatory qualifications for teachers ready to teach any subject.

Some countries even make TESOL /TEFL a requirement in order to get a work visa. This is more evident in Japan, China, Taiwan, Thailand, and South Korea’s EPIK teaching program.

TESOL Online Course is required for teachers who are teaching in schools, colleges and universities. Corporate and language institutes hire TESOL qualified trainers to train adults as well.  The course deals with teaching four language skills, new methodologies of second language teaching, need based language-teaching, grammar and lesson planning. Additionally, you can also start teaching English online with a TEFL or TESOL certification course.

GTT Academy offers a Masters/350-hour TESOL course which is an intensive program for the aspiring EFL teachers looking for a future career with full of opportunities and better prospects. Alongside the EFL teaching guidance, the candidate will receive a certificate on completion of course which will be recognized globally. It will not only increase credibility of an educator but also help them to get started with a global career. The Masters/350-hour TESOL course can be pursued at a very reasonable fee of Rs28000.
The course is dedicated to educate the teachers with modern teaching techniques and methodologies that makes learning much more goal oriented and effective.
Graduate in Any Discipline
The TEFL course is not only open for the aspiring EFL teachers but also for the working EFL teachers, those who are looking for career growth and enhancement of teaching skills.
There are no specific requirements or special eligibility or criteria. Graduate from any discipline with basic knowledge of English is the simple requirement for pursuing the professional TEFL course.


How best to organize your study time?
Ø  Personal motivation
Ø  Planning and organizing study time; timetabling, study periods, realistic planning
Ø  Study techniques; making notes, concept maps, nuclear notes, mnemonics
Ø  5 step reading techniques; selection, recognition, extraction, organization and transfer of information
Ø  How the course works; role of tutor, tutor assessed and self-study tasks


 Module 1 
Ø  Grammar
Ø  Tasks on the understanding of grammar, tense & structure
Ø  To be completed with the use of a grammar book.
Module 2 
Ø  Phonetics
Ø  Tasks relating to the phonetic alphabet, stress & intonation.
Module 3 
Ø  Lexis
Ø  Tasks relating to the presentation of vocabulary, compound words, word stems, language appropriacy& frequency.


Module 1 
Ø  Basic Principles
Ø  Answers from your own experience and the course materials on:
1) the blocks which may prevent learning
2) motivation
3) communicative competence.
Module 2 
Ø  Reading and Listening
Ø  Tasks based on exploitation of authentic materials i.e. magazines, newspapers, radio broadcasts etc.
Module 3 
Ø  Speaking and Writing
Ø  Tasks based as above but with a more productive bias
Ø  Getting your students to produce language
Module 4 
Ø  Visual Aids: Study of all the audio-visual aids available
Ø  Production of your own flashcards and aids to be used with a simple flannel graph
Module 5 
Ø  Error: looking at authentic student errors, classifying them, using a correction code, producing remedial exercises and improving your own practice


 Module 1 
Ø  Classroom Management
Ø  Task relating to student teacher relationships and how to achieve genuine communication inside and outside the classroom
Module 2 
Ø  Lesson Stages and Plans
Ø  Timing, warm-up, input, practice and production stages of lessons


 Ø  Introduced to the UK national ESOL Skills for Life program and the Adult ESOL Core Curriculum
Ø  Understand the differences between ESOL Skills for Life and other existing ESOL courses
Ø  Identify the aims of the ESOL Skills for Life course and the needs of the target learners
Ø  Assessment procedures developed for the ESOL Skills for Life program
Ø  Know where to get materials and further information for the ESOL Skills for Life courses and assessment


Ø  Business English in relation to EFL/ESOL
Ø  How to carry out a Needs Analysis
Ø  Matching course content to target group
Ø  Creating materials for Business English
Ø  How to write a Business English syllabus


Ø  Differences between the ways in which adults and children learn
Ø  Features in the stages of development of Young Learners
Ø  Classroom management strategies for use in the Young Learners classroom
Ø  Teaching techniques for use with Young Learners


 Study skills
·         Managing your time efficiently
·         Organizing your schedule
·         Note-taking
·         Overcoming the loneliness of the distance learner
·         How this course works 


·         Module 1 
·         Form and function
·         Lexical meaning: denotation, connotation, synonyms, antonyms, hyponyms, polysemes, homonyms
·         The importance of collocation
·         Time and tense
·         Presents
·         Past tenses
·         Futurity
·         Conditionals and hypothetical meaning
Module 2 
·         Progressive and perfect aspects: form and meaning
·         The progressive aspect
·         Form and meaning of the perfect aspect
·         Sentence structure: units of language; sentence elements
Module 3 
·         Negatives: types of negation
·         Questions: question types
·         Modality
·         Word classes and phrases
·         Adjectives and adverbs
·         Determiners
Module 4 
·         Prepositions and multi-word verbs
·         Word formation: morphemes


Module 1 
·         Attitudes to pronunciation teaching
·         Terminology in phonology and phonetics
·         Organs of speech
·         Phonemes
·         The phonemic chart
·         Consonants: description and practical applications
·         Vowels
·         Cardinal vowels chart
·         Diphthongs
·         Place of articulation
·         Research based project
·         Materials evaluation
Module 2 
·         The syllable
·         Consonant clusters
·         Strong and weak syllables
·         Word and sentence stress
·         The ‘schwa’ sound
·         Marking stress
·         Primary and secondary stress
·         Tendencies in word stress
·         Research based project
·         Weak forms
·         English as a time-stressed language
·         Features of connected speech
·         Materials evaluation
Module 3 
·         Spoken and written forms
·         Intonation
·         Tone units
·         The tonic syllable
·         Pitch movement
·         Intonation and discourse
·         Teaching and learning intonation
·         Research based project
·         Pronunciation and ‘which’ English
·         Are native speakers the best ESOL teachers?
·         Strategies for personal development in the teaching of pronunciation



Module 1 
·         Attitudes toward language teaching
·         Good language learners: characteristics and strategies
·         The teacher’s influence on learner strategies
·         Cognitive strategies
·         Metacognitive strategies
·         Communication strategies
·         Social strategies
·         Learner training
·         Learner training materials evaluation
·         Research based project
·         Observation task
Module 2 
·         Motivation
·         Motivational factors
·         The teacher’s influence
·         Motivational differences
·         Learner styles
·         Multiple Intelligence Theory
·         Research based project
Module 3 
·         First language acquisition: behaviorism, interactionism
·         Second language acquisition: behaviorism, information processing, interactionism


Module 1 
·         Brief history of Discourse Analysis: structuralism, sociolinguistics, post-modernist
·         Coherence in language
·         Cognitive interpretation of language: Schema Theory
·         Social context of language
·         Political context of language
·         Approaches to encourage coherence in discourse (practical case)
·         Discourse communicative methodology and student centeredness
Module 2 
·         Teacher talk in the ESOL class
·         Turn-taking research
·         Text structure: cohesive devices (lexical cohesion, tense concordance, pronoun referencing, article referencing, conjunctions, ellipsis, substitution, parallelism)
·         Cohesive devices in the classroom: a practical case
·         Differences between written and spoken language
·         Discourse intonation
·         Teaching discourse intonation in the ESOL classroom
·         Transcribing spoken language
Module 1 
·         Pros and cons of a syllabus
·         Types of syllabus
·         Needs analysis
·         Planning the syllabus
·         Action research project


Module 1 
·         Evaluating course books
·         Exploiting published materials
·         Resources and technology
·         Using the internet
·         Adapting authentic materials
·         Action research project


Module 1 
·         Second Language Acquisition Theory
·         Behaviorism versus cognitism
·         The natural approach
·         The lexical approach
·         More recent approaches and views on the teaching-learning relationship


Module 1 
·         Factors that contribute to teacher demotivation
·         A basis for professional progress
·         Peer training
·         Sources of valuable feedback
·         Meetings as a forum for sharing reflections and further development
·         Practical ideas for moving forward as a teacher: practical case


Module 1 
·         English as an international language
·         English in the country you wish to teach and research project
·         Standard English and varieties of English
·         Teaching language and culture
·         Teaching in monolingual and multilingual classes
·         Implications for teaching: practical cases


Online with Practical Session
GTT Academy offers practical sessions to help you enjoy TEFL/TESOL even more by giving you confidence and expertise to deliver effective, engaging lessons. The practical sessions besides being fun packed will benefit your communication needs and interests. Our online classes comprise scenarios and choreographies that can be employed in classrooms to facilitate effective English language learning. EFL teaching methodologies and approaches, grammar and phonology, language skills, classroom management, lesson planning, teaching adults and young learners, error correction and Business English constitute an integral part of the practical sessions.
The Masters/350-hour TESOL course can be pursued at a very reasonable fee of Rs28000.
As it is mandatory to get your certificates apostilled by the MEA while looking for a job both in India and abroad, Global Teacher Training Academy (GTT Academy) offers Apostille certification for TESOL/TEFL courses. An Apostille Certificate is granted by the MEA (Ministry of External Affairs) after successful completion of its courses. The Apostille certificate is accepted across all embassies worldwide thus opening the gates of opportunities for you to teach English overseas. This will not merely save your valuable time and energy but also authenticate the credibility of your certificate with the help of a signature, seal or stamp so that it gets accepted when presented in another country. All our courses are monitored by ALAP (Awarding language Acquisition for Professionals) supported by a group of highly educated and esteemed panel of academicians who are expert in the field of English language teaching. 

TESOL/TEFL certificates are valid for life. It never expires so no renewal tests are necessary. However, it is always a good idea to continue to expand one’s knowledge and skills as one advances in their teaching career.
Needless to say, with a TESOL/TEFL certificate, you will be more equipped to take on a classroom session for students. One will be exposed to plenty of teaching tools and skills to deliver lessons successfully. Simultaneously it makes you qualified to have professional-level teaching skills.

A TESOL/TEFL certification gives one access to unlimited traveling opportunities. This is one of the best things about a career as a TESOL/TEFL teacher. One is not limited to one location. As the certification is globally recognized, one could possibly teach in a number of different countries across the world.
It’s quite hard for an individual to do the apostille process on their own as it’s not a direct process and there are different steps involved for each document type. At GTT Academy we provide the apostilled Certificate for legalization which can save your valuable time and energy.
Educational documents are documents that are proof of your educational history that deal with your academic performances and the courses accomplished over time.

Document apostille is required when there is need to eradicate the necessity of document legalization when going to the foreign countries for all sorts of reasons, for instance, obtaining employment visa or work visa, applying for temporary or permanent residency, or for pursuing education on student visa, carrying out deals for business expansion e.g. importing or exporting products.
  • Notary Attestation
  • Home Department Attestation.
  • HRD Attestation
  • SMD Attestation
  • Chamber of Commerce Attestation
  • MEA Attestation
It’s quite hard for an individual to do the apostille process on their own as it’s not a direct process and there are different steps involved for each document type. At GTT Academy we provide the apostilled Certificate for legalization which can save your valuable time and energy.
The experienced trainers of GTT Academy assess and evaluate the progress of each and every student and provide feedback and suggestions accordingly so that each individual student may work on both their strength and weakness.
The trainers also assess the candidates to point out the fields in which they need to improve such as practice-teaching or the understanding of a particular topic.

The online tutor support is meant for resolving queries and problem solving, but also helps in guiding trainees in their chosen and charted career path.
Students can expect to get full co-operation, information and encouragement if they approach a tutor. This forms the core essence in our Institution.

The trainers guide the students extensively in completing their assigned projects. If, while completing the project a student faces a problem, he or she can get in touch with the trainer who will help the student immediately by providing tips on the subject. Students can contact their tutor from Monday to Sunday between 10 A.M to 7:30 pm by phone, email directly.
The trainees enrolling in any of the courses of GTT Academy can expect complete guidance from the experienced tutors of who are committed to helping the trainees to achieve their learning goals. Experienced tutors provide great support to the trainees and guide them through all the aspects of teaching giving valuable advice in every step of the way. They extend their tutoring support by sharing relevant information and answering questions related to the course content.

Tutors take help of the wide variety of methods or tools that educators use to evaluate, measure, and document the academic readiness, learning progress, skill acquisition, or educational needs of students.
At the GTT Academy we have experienced tutors that help shape the learning curve of the learners.

The assessments actually help trainees understand exactly where they are lacking and identify the room for change. Once the assessments are well documented and sent to learners, they will be awarded a globally recognized certificate that will fetch a lot of new job opportunities globally. Learners will be able to teach in an internationally accepted environment and gain recognition.
A lot of importance is given on the evaluation process and the tutors take a maximum of 7 to 10 working days to evaluate the assignments. The trainees can expect a thorough evaluation in the form of errors being pointed out along with encouraging remarks which boost their confidence level.
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