THE VALUE


1. What results do we achieve for our students?


We provide you certified training and prepare you for the TEFL classroom.

2. Who are our major competitors and what is our point of difference from them?


There are a lot of competitors making similar offers, TEFLEN is by far the best in terms of user-friendliness and features!  We pay individual attention to our students. Our course was developed by professionals in the industry and is perfectly suited to give you the training you need. We are completely online, which means extra flexibility for you.

3. Why are we industry leaders?


Our courses are always evolving to provide you with more information, resources, and easier access. Soon we will be adding interactive audio courses, the first of its kind.  Our goal is to provide you with the best program available in this industry.

4. How do we help our students?


You know you are in good hands when your course is straight-forward and easy to follow and you are backed by professional trainers who will walk you through every step.

5. What problems do we solve?


Traveling and teaching can be an amazing experience, but you may not know where to start. We put you on the path to extraordinary experiences in a creative and inspiring world-wide industry.

6. What is the intangible value we create for our students?


The value of a TEFLEN course lasts a lifetime. You will learn essential knowledge, that has very practical outcomes in the real-world.

7. What does our service allow our students to do that they couldn’t do on their own?


When looking for work, employers want you to have some official training. We provide you complete training and confidence in your newly gained abilities.

8. What do our most satisfied students say about us?


Our graduates say our material exceeded their expectations, because we provide first-class training, help and attention to you, the student. We have a 99% student approval rating, our students find our courses easy to follow, efficient and enjoyable. A near-immediate response from TEFLEN Trainers enhances this great learning experience.

9. What are our Case Studies or Success stories?


We proudly display the reviews of our graduates.

10. Why should we be considered a premium TEFL provider?


Our course provides you with a complete training experience, giving you the confidence to walk into any classroom.  The best materials and ironclad results at an affordable price.

11. What type of return on investment can we demonstrate?


The return on the investment is a lifetime of experiences and remarkable opportunities.

12. Why should our students trust us to deliver on what we say we can do?


We have trained thousands of students. We are able to help so many people because our students trust us. They trust us because we consistently provide positive results.



TEFL 40HR ELEMENTARY

0.1 Course Introduction
0.2 Trainer Support - Contacts
0.3 Elementary Course Download
0.4 40 Hour Course Forum
MODULE 1
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Commonly Used Acronyms/Abbreviations
1.3 Achieving the English Language Teacher’s Long-Term Goal
1.4 Teacher Considerations
1.5 Addressing Issues
1.6 Developing Strategies
1.7 Andragogy – Strategies for Teaching Adults
1.8 Comparing Andragogy and Pedagogy
1.9 The Eclectic Method for TEFL
1.10 Various Methods for Teaching English that Have Been Used
1.11 APPENDIX “A”
1.12 Video: Examples of EFL classrooms
1.13 Module 1 Test
MODULE 2
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Grammar Awareness
2.3 General Advice
2.4 Incorporating Grammar into Lessons
2.5 Video: Different Approaches to Teaching Grammar
2.6 Grammar Test
MODULE 3
3.1 Introduction to Learning Skills and Sub-Skills
3.2 Listening
3.3 Speaking
3.4 Reading
3.5 Writing
3.6 Working Cooperatively in Skills Lessons
3.7 Students in Skills Lessons
3.8 The Teacher’s Roles in Skills Lessons
3.9 Planning a Skills Lesson
3.10 Course Books and Skills
3.11 Other Classroom Material in Skills Lessons
3.12 Developing Skills Outside the Classroom
3.13 Outline of Student Levels in Relation to Skills
3.14 Pair and Group Work - 50 Skills Class Warm-ups
3.15 Video: Student Interaction
3.16 Final Test
3.17 Course Feedback

TEFL 60HR FOUNDATION

0.1 Course Introduction
0.2 Trainer Support - Contacts
0.3 Foundation Course Download
0.4 60 Hour Course Forum
MODULE 1
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Commonly Used Acronyms/Abbreviations
1.3 Achieving the English Language Teacher’s Long-Term Goal
1.4 Teacher Considerations
1.5 Addressing Issues
1.6 Developing Strategies
1.7 Andragogy – Strategies for Teaching Adults
1.8 Comparing Andragogy and Pedagogy
1.9 The Eclectic Method for TEFL
1.10 Various Methods for Teaching English that Have Been Used
1.11 APPENDIX “A”
1.12 Video: Examples of EFL classrooms
1.13 Module 1 Test
MODULE 2
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Grammar Awareness
2.3 General Advice
2.4 Incorporating Grammar into Lessons
2.5 Video: Different Approaches to Teaching Grammar
2.6 Grammar Test
MODULE 3
3.1 Introduction to Learning Skills and Sub-Skills
3.2 Listening
3.3 Speaking
3.4 Reading
3.5 Writing
3.6 Working Cooperatively in Skills Lessons
3.7 Students in Skills Lessons
3.8 The Teacher’s Roles in Skills Lessons
3.9 Planning a Skills Lesson
3.10 Course Books and Skills
3.11 Other Classroom Material in Skills Lessons
3.12 Developing Skills Outside the Classroom
3.13 Outline of Student Levels in Relation to Skills
3.14 Pair and Group Work - 50 Skills Class Warm-ups
3.15 Video: Student Interaction
3.16 Module 3 Test
MODULE 4
4.1 Lesson Planning
4.2 Stages of a Lesson
4.3 Language Presentation
4.4 Practice
4.5 Evaluation
4.6 Homework Assignment
4.7 How to plan for Disruptions
4.8 Other Possible Elements of a Lesson
4.9 Using Multiple Intelligence Theory and other theories of Learning Styles to Plan Lessons
4.10 After Planning
4.11 Sample Lesson Plans
4.12 Sample Speaking Lesson Plan
4.13 Sample Listening Lesson Plan
4.14 Sample Reading Lesson Plan
4.15 Sample Grammar Lesson Plan
4.16 Sample Writing Lesson Plan
4.17 Lesson Plan Assignment
4.18 Video: Lesson Observation
4.19 Course Feedback

TEFL 120HR ADVANCED

0.1 Course Introduction
0.2 Trainer Support - Contacts
0.3 Advanced Course Download
0.4 120 Hour Course Forum
MODULE 1
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Commonly Used Acronyms/Abbreviations
1.3 Achieving the English Language Teacher’s Long-Term Goal
1.4 Teacher Considerations
1.5 Addressing Issues
1.6 Developing Strategies
1.7 Andragogy – Strategies for Teaching Adults
1.8 Comparing Andragogy and Pedagogy
1.9 The Eclectic Method for TEFL
1.10 Various Methods for Teaching English that Have Been Used
1.11 APPENDIX “A”
1.12 Video: Examples of EFL classrooms
1.13 Module 1 Test
MODULE 2
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Grammar Awareness
2.3 General Advice
2.4 Incorporating Grammar into Lessons
2.5 Video: Different Approaches to Teaching Grammar
2.6 Grammar Test
MODULE 3
3.1 Introduction to Learning Skills and Sub-Skills
3.2 Listening
3.3 Speaking
3.4 Reading
3.5 Writing
3.6 Working Cooperatively in Skills Lessons
3.7 Students in Skills Lessons
3.8 The Teacher’s Roles in Skills Lessons
3.9 Planning a Skills Lesson
3.10 Course Books and Skills
3.11 Other Classroom Material in Skills Lessons
3.12 Developing Skills Outside the Classroom
3.13 Outline of Student Levels in Relation to Skills
3.14 Pair and Group Work - 50 Skills Class Warm-ups
3.15 Video: Student Interaction
3.16 Module 3 Test
MODULE 4
4.1 Lesson Planning
4.2 Stages of a Lesson
4.3 Language Presentation
4.4 Practice
4.5 Evaluation
4.6 Homework Assignment
4.7 How to plan for Disruptions
4.8 Other Possible Elements of a Lesson
4.9 Using Multiple Intelligence Theory and other theories of Learning Styles to Plan Lessons
4.10 After Planning
4.11 Sample Lesson Plans
4.12 Sample Speaking Lesson Plan
4.13 Sample Listening Lesson Plan
4.14 Sample Reading Lesson Plan
4.15 Sample Grammar Lesson Plan
4.16 Sample Writing Lesson Plan
4.17 Lesson Plan Assignment
4.18 Video: Lesson Observation
MODULE 5
5.1 Metalanguage
5.2 Fluency and Other Types of Practice
5.3 Vocabulary
5.4 Pronunciation
5.5 Spelling
5.6 Conversation and Role-Play
5.7 Presentations
5.8 Classroom English
5.9 Functional English
5.10 Group Work and a Student-Centered Classroom
5.11 Error Correction
5.12 Common Grammatical Mistakes
5.13 Video: Class Levels
5.14 Module 5 Test
MODULE 6
6.1 Materials vs. Restricted Materials
6.2 Prepared Materials and Teacher Generated Materials
6.3 Course Books
6.4 Blended Learning
6.5 Books, Novels, Plays and Poetry
6.6 Audio
6.7 Video
6.8 Realia
6.9 Flash Cards
6.10 Cuisenaire Rods
6.11 Timelines
6.12 The Whiteboard/Blackboard
6.13 Games
6.14 Resources You Need For Your Classes
6.15 Video: Group Work
6.16 Final Test
6.17 Course Feedback

TEFL 150HR MASTER

0.1 Course Introduction
0.2 Trainer Support - Contacts
0.3 Master Course Download
0.4 150 Hour Course Forum
MODULE 1
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Commonly Used Acronyms/Abbreviations
1.3 Achieving the English Language Teacher’s Long-Term Goal
1.4 Teacher Considerations
1.5 Addressing Issues
1.6 Developing Strategies
1.7 Andragogy – Strategies for Teaching Adults
1.8 Comparing Andragogy and Pedagogy
1.9 The Eclectic Method for TEFL
1.10 Various Methods for Teaching English that Have Been Used
1.11 APPENDIX “A”
1.12 Video: Examples of EFL classrooms
1.13 Module 1 Test
MODULE 2
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Grammar Awareness
2.3 General Advice
2.4 Incorporating Grammar into Lessons
2.5 Video: Different Approaches to Teaching Grammar
2.6 Grammar Test
MODULE 3
3.1 Introduction to Learning Skills and Sub-Skills
3.2 Listening
3.3 Speaking
3.4 Reading
3.5 Writing
3.6 Working Cooperatively in Skills Lessons
3.7 Students in Skills Lessons
3.8 The Teacher’s Roles in Skills Lessons
3.9 Planning a Skills Lesson
3.10 Course Books and Skills
3.11 Other Classroom Material in Skills Lessons
3.12 Developing Skills Outside the Classroom
3.13 Outline of Student Levels in Relation to Skills
3.14 Pair and Group Work - 50 Skills Class Warm-ups
3.15 Video: Student Interaction
3.16 Module 3 Test
MODULE 4
4.1 Lesson Planning
4.2 Stages of a Lesson
4.3 Language Presentation
4.4 Practice
4.5 Evaluation
4.6 Homework Assignment
4.7 How to plan for Disruptions
4.8 Other Possible Elements of a Lesson
4.9 Using Multiple Intelligence Theory and other theories of Learning Styles to Plan Lessons
4.10 After Planning
4.11 Sample Lesson Plans
4.12 Sample Speaking Lesson Plan
4.13 Sample Listening Lesson Plan
4.14 Sample Reading Lesson Plan
4.15 Sample Grammar Lesson Plan
4.16 Sample Writing Lesson Plan
4.17 Lesson Plan Assignment
4.18 Video: Lesson Observation
MODULE 5
5.1 Metalanguage
5.2 Fluency and Other Types of Practice
5.3 Vocabulary
5.4 Pronunciation
5.5 Spelling
5.6 Conversation and Role-Play
5.7 Presentations
5.8 Classroom English
5.9 Functional English
5.10 Group Work and a Student-Centered Classroom
5.11 Error Correction
5.12 Common Grammatical Mistakes
5.13 Video: Class Levels
5.14 Module 5 Test
MODULE 6
6.1 Materials vs. Restricted Materials
6.2 Prepared Materials and Teacher Generated Materials
6.3 Course Books
6.4 Blended Learning
6.5 Books, Novels, Plays and Poetry
6.6 Audio
6.7 Video
6.8 Realia
6.9 Flash Cards
6.10 Cuisenaire Rods
6.11 Timelines
6.12 The Whiteboard/Blackboard
6.13 Games
6.14 Resources You Need For Your Classes
6.15 Video: Group Work
6.16 Module 6 Test
MODULE 7
7.1 English for Specific Purposes
7.2 Business English
7.3 Academic English
7.4 CLIL
7.5 General English
7.6 Classroom Management
7.7 Building Rapport
7.8 Module 7 Test
MODULE 8
8.1 Teacher’s Needs
8.2 EFL Teachers
8.3 Successful Teaching and Learning
8.4 Why Learning Might not Occur
8.5 Seating Arrangements
8.6 Assessing Students
8.7 CEF(R) – Common European Framework (for Referencing Languages)
8.8 What to do in the first lesson
8.9 Test Information
8.10 Final Test
8.11 Video: Understanding Our Students
8.12 Course Feedback

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