CELT-P (Certificate in English Language Teaching — Primary) is a new course developed by Cambridge Assessment English which is aimed at teachers working with young learners aged between 6 and 12. This course is an ideal opportunity to obtain or refresh knowledge and skills through a combination of online study and observed teaching practice.
9 modules (120 hours)
of online input through an online platform developed by Cambridge Assessment English — this will include video lectures, articles, mini tests and other tasks;
27 hours of face-to-face
at Grade Education Centre, an authorized test centre and prime partner of the University of Cambridge in Ukraine;
9 practical written tasks
in which participants apply what they’ve learnt online into practical classroom tasks. Participants are required to plan and teach a lesson focusing on the same area as the online module, and then submit a lesson plan and their own evaluation of the lesson. This will be followed by written feedback from one of the approved CELT-P trainers at Grade Education Centre;
3 teaching practice lessons
40 to 60-minute long lessons
observed and assessed by one of the approved CELT-P trainers at Grade Education Centre. All participants will receive oral and written feedback with practical ideas and recommendations for further development.
CELT-P is a highly trusted and globally recognized qualification certifying the level of your professionalism for teaching young learners.
Language awareness for teaching
Developing listening and speaking skills in the primary classroom
Developing reading and writing skills in the primary classroom
Resources for learning in the primary classroom
Managing the primary classroom
Developing language use in the primary classroom
Language learning and the primary learner
Planning language learning in the primary context
Assessing language learning in the primary context
Each module concludes with a practical task that requires participants to apply their online learning to their local context.
For eight of these portfolio tasks participants review the online course content, consider the needs of their own classes and teach a lesson using a selected technique, resource or activity aimed at developing their practice. Having taught the lesson, the participant submits an outline of the lesson together with evidence and an evaluation of their practice.
One portfolio task involves researching an area of language which is relevant to the participant’s classroom teaching.
All of the tasks are marked by an approved CELT-P tutor at Grade Education Centre. Participants will receive written feedback through the online platform.
All participants will teach three lessons working with their own classes at your place of work.
The first two observations are optional formative assessments — participants receive feedback from their trainer with advice and guidance on areas for development.
The focus of these two assessments is as follows:
There is a trainer-led face-to-face seminar linked to each module, they are grouped so that face-to-face sessions cover two modules on one day.
These seminars aim to activate the knowledge and skills participants gain through online learning and provide participants with the opportunity to focus on their own context, to discuss classroom issues, and work collaboratively to develop and share good practice.
The methodology used in the seminars provides examples of good practice that participants can use in their own classrooms.
Participants can expect to be spending 7–12 hours a week on working with the platform, completing portfolio tasks and planning lessons for teaching practice.
In order to register, please fill in the form below, and we will contact you.
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