CELT-P

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CELT-P (Primary)

 

Who is the course for?

The CELT-P course is for teachers currently working in primary education with learners aged 6-12 who would like to refresh and build their knowledge and skills. The course leads to a recognised qualification from Cambridge English.

 

With CELT-P, teachers can show that they:

  • have developed their understanding of, and ability to respond to, the specific needs of primary school learners
  • have extended the range of approaches for developing their learners’ language skills
  • have become more aware of ways to make effective use of resources to support learning in and beyond the classroom.

 

Why should I choose CELT-P?

  • It is ideal for teachers who speak English as a second language.
  • I can do the online tasks whenever I have time.
  • ‘Theory to practice’ assignments help me to apply what I have learned to my own classes.
  • I gain two Cambridge English certificates: CELT-P and TKT: Young Learners.

 

Course length

  • 120 hours of blended study over 6-9 months
  • start date to fit your school term times

Course component

  • Nine online modules
  • A face-to-face seminar for each module
  • A practical written task for each module
  • Teaching observations

Modules

  • Module 1 – Language awareness for teaching
  • Module 2 – Developing listening and speaking skills in the primary classroom
  • Module 3 – Developing reading and writing skills in the primary classroom
  • Module 4 – Resources for learning in the primary classroom
  • Module 5 – Managing the primary classroom
  • Module 6 – Developing language use in the primary classroom
  • Module 7 – Language learning and the primary learner
  • Module 8 – Planning language learning in the primary context
  • Module 9 – Assessing language learning in the primary context

 

Each module has a number of lessons, which all have the following structure:

  • an introduction to the topic
  • learning activities
  • activities that check learning
  • activities that focus on practical classroom applications
  • a review of what has been learned
  • a short, multiple-choice progress test
  • further reading.

Assessment

  • Completion of the online modules and progress tests
  • A multiple-choice teaching knowledge test (TKT: Module 1).
  • Completion of portfolio tasks
  • Assessment of teaching