CELTA Syllabus and Assessment Guidelines Third Edition CELTA (Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) is accredited by Ofqual (the regulator of qualifications, examinations and assessments in England) at level 5 on the Qualifications and Credit Framework. University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations 1 Hills Road Cambridge CB1 2EU United Kingdom Email: ESOLhelpdesk@CambridgeESOL.org www.CambridgeESOL.org EMC|2254|0Y12 © UCLES 2010 CAMBRIDGE ENGLISH: CELTA SYLLABUS
CAMBRIDGE CELTA COURSE 24 June – 19 July 2013 Dear Trainee, Welcome to British Side and the course! You are now trainees on the Cambridge CELTA Course and students at British Side. The former means that you are following a training course designed by the University of Cambridge ESOL. The syllabus and assessment criteria are laid down by this organisation, and the course will be inspected and moderated by an externally appointed assessor. You will not be assessed by this person (s/he will inspect
Cambridge CELTA Written Assignment Two Skills –related tasks Word count: 1082 I acknowledge that this paper is my own work. Trainee: Mileva Genadieva Signature: Date: 18.02.2013 Receptive skills: According to J. Harmer in his book The Practice of English Language Teaching, “receptive skills are the ways in which people extract the meaning from the discourse they see or hear”. In the following text “Playing with your food” the main skill that is being
CAMBRIDGE CELTA Assignment 3 Receptive Skill Krishna Bahadur Bohora 1/7/2014 Assignment 3 I have selected a news article from an online entry of Telegraph Media Group Limited for 'Authentic Material for Reading'. The title of the text is 'Cyclist trapped under car for 30 minutes escapes with just cuts and bruises'. The text is selected for the learners of mid-intermediate level. The learners of this level have some knowledge of complex sentence structures and vocabulary
Assignment 3: Skills Related Task Course: Celta By: Syed Ahmed Submission date:15/08/2011 Rationale for lesson The reason why radio advertisement has been chosen is due to the following: • I would expect students listen to the radio everyday. They are exposed to radio advertisement whether it is in English or in their native language. It is a useful area to explore as students will pick up a few words used in advertisements and hence generate interest in learning the language.
Cambridge CELTA Course Assignment 3 Skills Related Task Selection of a reading or listening text with rationale, tasks and lesson plan design Trainee: Minoo Date: Feb 18, 2015 Appendix 1: Handouts Appendix 3: Answer key Appendix 2: Text Purpose: According to J. Harmer in his book The Practice of English Language Teaching, “receptive skills are the ways in which people extract the meaning from the discourse they see or hear”. In the following text the main skill which is going to be practiced
CELTA December 2013 Assignment 3: Skills Related The receptive skill chosen for this assignment is reading, and the authentic material used for the purpose of developing this skill is an article entitled, Greenwich is packed full of London's most popular attractions , which will be related to the productive skill of writing. The learners reside in London and come from EU countries (mostly Italy), and motives for learning the English language vary. The age factor of the students may