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TESOL TEFL Course Fees, Dates & Outline

Vancouver TEFL Course Fees

Did you know that The Canadian College of Linguistics is one of the only TEFL TESOL Certification Courses in Canada that offers you convenient payment options?  While other courses want you to pay in full before your first day of class, we understand that may not be possible.  As a result, we have created a payment plan that allows you to ‘Pay As You Study’.  Contact us to learn how it works.

TEFL TESOL Certificate Program
Duration : 4 weekends
Time : 10:00am – 6:00pm
Days : Saturday and Sunday
Level : Post-Secondary
Tuition Fees : $899.00 + $46.99 (Registration Fee)

*Prices & class times subject to change without notice.

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How to Pay:

Once you have completed your Course Enrolment Form, The Canadian College of Linguistics makes it easy for you to pay for your Vancouver TESOL/TEFL Course by providing 3 simple payment options:

1) Pay with cash.
2) Pay by certified cheque, money order or bank draft.
3) Pay by credit card or Paypal by clicking the “Pay Now” tab.  We accept Visa, Mastercard & American Express.

Vancouver TEFL/TESOL Course Dates for 2018

 

Start Date
End Date
2018 2018
January 6th  January 28th
July 7th
July 29th

* All dates are subject to change without notice.

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Vancouver TEFL/TESOL Course Outline

The Canadian College of Linguistics is the only TEFL Course in Canada that is based on the small-group tutorial system.  This system keeps class sizes small and interactive, which means you get more individual attention and teaching from your instructor, tailored to your learning needs.

Our system also includes 3 real world practicums, which are in-class presentations designed to give you opportunities to put your newly acquired teaching skills into practice.

Most importantly, you get the chance to observe and teach real ESL classes, which include international students from all over the world.  This is what makes The Canadian College of Linguistics’ graduates some of the most well-prepared ESL teachers.

Day 1
Day 2
  • Introduction to the Course/ Materials/Assignments
  • The Communicative Approach
  • The Canadian Language Benchmarks
  • The Learners
  • The Teachers
  • Classroom Management
  • The Teaching Theories
  • Lesson Planning Workshop
  • How to Teach Vocabulary Lessons
  • How to Teach Dialogue Lessons
  • How to Teach Grammar: Tenses
Day 3
Day 4
  • How to Teach Grammar: Advanced Grammar Items
  • How to Teach Reading
  • Practicum #1: Vocabulary
  • The New Approaches for Teaching Writing
  • How to Teach Writing: Sentences, Paragraphs, Essays
  • Error Correction
Day 5
Day 6
  • Practicum #2: Writing
  • How to Teach Speaking & Pronunciation
  • Speaking Lessons vs. Pronunciation Lessons
  • Suprasegmental Features: Intonation, Pitch, Vowels,Consonants
  • How to Teach Pronunciation: The Rhythm of English
  • ESL Speaking Activities
  • ESL Speaking Assessments
  • How to Teach Listening
Day 7
Day 8
  • Preparing a Successful ESL Teacher Resume
  • Preparing for a Successful ESL Job Interview
  • Finding ESL Resources on Our Website
  • Finding ESL Jobs on Our Website
  • Negotiating ESL Teaching Contracts
  • Preparing for Travelling Abroad
  • Practicum #3: Final Presentation
  • Instructor Feedback
  • Awarding of TEFL TESOL Certificates
  • Important Questions
*Course outline subject to change without notice.

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