PD: 150-HOUR ONLINE BLENDED TEFL TESOL

This Course can be taken Purely Online or Online Blended with the assistance of a trainer, one-to-one or group class. This program is designed for busy individuals who cannot attend a regular face to face in-class training with fixed schedule.

The training is done online, the trainer will assign activities or tasks for the trainee to do and accomplish at his or her convenient time. Then, the trainee will set a schedule with the trainer for checking, feedbacking and coaching. The trainee has the full control of the training, subject to trainer’s availability (if enrolled with trainer assistance).

The trainee may do daily tasks or have online session with the trainer but only one set of the assigned task will be covered. The training is designed to promote quality training and not quantity.

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The 150-Hour Online TEFL TESOL certificate course from EIS Education, although issued locally by a Philippine registered business but, is comparable and is also internationally recognized program with training components similar to that of the in-class training. This teacher training course will prepare anyone who wish to work as a language teacher online or face to face in a foreign country.

Is TEFL the same as TESOL?
These two acronyms are umbrella terms for training courses offered online or in-person (or a blend of both) that prepare English language teachers. Although technically these terms have somewhat different meanings, when it comes to getting certified to teach English as a foreign language, or getting hired as a teacher, TEFL and TESOL used interchangeably. In fact, when you’re looking around for TEFL courses, you may even see them described as “TEFL/TESOL courses.” Similarly, schools that hire teachers will make no distinction between the two. You might see an ad for a teaching job that requires “TEFL/TESOL certification,” for example.

What does TESOL stand for?
TESOL stands for Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages. Does that sound more general? It is. TESOL includes teaching English as a foreign language (such as in the China example) as well as teaching English as a second language (TESL), meaning teaching English in a country where the primary language is English. An example of TESL would be teaching English to language learners in the U.S.

Which is better?
In the context of getting certified and applying to jobs, one is not better than the other; they are simply two terms commonly used to describe the same certification. Yet, despite the fact that the terms are used interchangeably by most TEFL providers and language schools, a deeper look at what these acronyms stand for will explain the subtle difference between TEFL and TESOL.

The important thing to keep in mind is that although there is technically a distinction between these two terms, they are widely used interchangeably so either a TEFL or TESOL certificate will meet certification requirements for jobs teaching English. One exception to this is in reference to university-level studies. For example, if you decided to pursue a degree in teaching English, you’d earn a bachelor’s or master’s degree in TESOL, not TEFL.

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CHAPTER 1: Starting Out
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CHAPTER 1: Assignment 1
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CHAPTER 1: Assignment 2
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CHAPTER 1: Assignment 3
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CHAPTER 1: Assignment 4
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CHAPTER 1: Assignment 5
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CHAPTER 1: Assignment 6
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