The Goldstart TEFL CertTESOL course syllabus

Click through the list of CertTESOL syllabus topics shown below to find out more about the courses, what you learn, how you learn, how you get assessed, etc.

Introduction

Take a Goldstart CertTESOL or CertTESOL Plus course and get a dual award TESOL and TEFL certificate.

Goldstart TEFL’s CertTESOL courses are practical, thorough and designed for candidates with no previous experience in English teaching. Our courses are also suitable for candidates with some experience but no formal training in TEFL or TESOL.

During your Goldstart TEFL course, you will become learn the principles of successful English teaching and start developing the practical skills that you need to teach effectively.

Basic facts and figures

  • Goldstart TEFL runs two courses, the CertTESOL and the CertTESOL Plus
  • The CertTESOL Plus is:
    1. a 200-hour, hybrid (blended learning) dual award TESOL and TEFL course PLUS trainer assessed assignments and support;
    2. ideal if you have never taught before.
  • The CertTESOL is:
    1. a 160-hour, online learning dual award TESOL and TEFL course;
    2. ideal if you have some teaching experience but do not have a teaching certificate.
  • You study at your own pace but you must complete the course in six months
  • You may download your CertTESOL or CertTESOL Plus certificate the moment you pass the course
  • The course is taught online in our MOODLE virtual classroom

An accent tolerant course

The style of English you use is not important as long as it is correct within its own rules (e.g. Americans can teach using correct American spoken English, vocabulary, spelling, etc.) You will be expected to use the style of English you feel most comfortable with and use it consistently.

Learn a highly portable skill

Getting a Goldstart dual award TESOL and TEFL certificate could be your passport to living your dreams abroad, in exotic locations all over the world.

Goldstart is a subsidiary of EBC and EBC has been running highly successful TEFL certification courses since 2002.

TESOL TEFL dual award – get certified in TESOL and TEFL

Goldstart CertTESOL courses are DUAL AWARD which means that when you graduate you will receive certification covering both TEFL and TESOL. This means that you’ll be trained to teach in either a TEFL or TESOL classroom.

Feel the joy of a satisfying achievement

Goldstart TEFL courses are rigorous and demanding. You may feel stressed at times, but by the end of the course, not only will you get an accredited, internationally accepted qualification, you’ll also have a great feeling of satisfaction and achievement.

Goldstart TEFL’s mission is to ensure that you achieve your teaching goal and help you get started on a successful English teaching career.

Course Overview

The Goldstart TEFL course qualifies you to teach English as a foreign language and give you the hands-on experience you need to get quality TEFL jobs around the world.

The Goldstart CertTESOL course has 160 study hours. The Goldstart CertTESOL Plus course has 200 study hours.

The foundation of Goldstart TEFL CertTESOL courses is Communicative Language Teaching (CLT). CLT is a comprehensive, communicative approach that values fluency. CLT keeps learners using English in the classroom and enables them to take responsibility for their learning.

The main asset for anyone wishing to teach abroad is their knowledge of English, and those with dual award TESOL and TEFL qualifications are in constant demand. Certified English teachers can find a ready market for their skills in most businesses, corporations and educational institutions.

Course aims, objectives and key areas

Course aim

To provide a TEFL training programme that:

  • meets internationally accepted TEFL guidelines;
  • prepares students for entry into the TEFL profession;
  • gives students both theoretical knowledge and enables hands-on teaching experience.

Course objectives

Upon graduation, you will:

  • Be a Goldstart CertTESOL, or CertTESOL Plus qualified English teaching professional who is capable of getting English teaching jobs almost anywhere in the world
  • Understand language use and analysis
  • Be knowledgeable of teaching theory and its practical application
  • Know how to manage your classroom
  • Be able to identify student learning difficulties and develop remedial action plans
  • Know how to plan, design and develop and deliver effective lessons
  • Be able to teach in both a TEFL and TESOL classroom environment

Key course areas

The Goldstart CertTESOL courses concentrate on the following key areas to make you an efficient, knowledgeable and valuable EFL teacher:

  • Language development: use of English, ESP (English for Special Purposes) aka business English
  • Methodology: concentrating on grammar, phonetics, learning theories and their practical application in the classroom, ESP methodology and vocabulary
  • Teaching: lesson preparation, classroom management, lesson planning and putting your lesson plans into practice
Course Description

During your chosen CertTESOL course, you will learn the principles of successful English teaching and start developing the practical skills you will need to teach effectively.

You are taught how to communicate effectively using different methods and media. In addition, the Goldstart TEFL training style demands active and pro-active student participation. Therefore, your ability to work in a team is essential.

It would be best if you did not speak in the learner's foreign language when you are teaching. An essential part of our TEFL TESOL teaching method is explaining and teaching in English supported by classroom aids, body language, etc.

Your final grade is determined by:

  • Completing all course units
  • Passing all tests and quizzes
  • Passing your trainer assessed assignments (CertTESOL Plus only)

What can I expect when I take the course?

Due to the extensive corporate and professional experience of Goldstart TEFL, your Goldstart CertTESOL course will make you a qualified and highly employable EFL teacher. Our CertTESOL courses are challenging and rewarding. There is a lot to learn. You will learn new skills that you have to put to use in real-life teaching situations.

Once you graduate with your Goldstart CertTESOL, you won't just have another qualification, you will have joined a unique body of professionals wanting to teach and be taught by travelling and experiencing different cultures.

What will I learn?

Introduction to TEFL

  • Language analysis and usage
  • English teaching theory and practical application
  • Classroom management
  • Lesson planning and evaluation

Learning versus teaching

  • What's the difference?
  • The learning cycle
  • Types of students
  • What teaching models have influenced current teaching methods?

The lesson structure

  • How to present material
  • How to present key points
  • How to give explanations and instructions
  • Guidelines on effectively presenting explanations and instructions

What do we know about language learning?

  • What elements are necessary for language learning in a classroom?
  • How to effectively use: engage, study and activate techniques in lesson sequences

Planning lessons and didactic material usage

  • What are the aims of a plan?
  • What should be in a plan?
  • How to plan effective lessons
  • Different lesson components explained
  • How to select and order lesson components
  • Lesson planning and management tips
  • Sample lesson plans
  • The lesson planning promise
  • Effective use of didactic materials

What are the best kinds of lessons?

  • How to evaluate lesson effectiveness
  • How to define evaluation criteria

Classroom interaction

  • Interaction, meaning and concepts
  • Patterns of classroom interaction
  • Social aspects of classroom interaction
  • Initiation – response – feedback
  • How to implement and use interactive teaching strategies

Asking questions

  • Reasons for questioning
  • How to construct effective questions
  • How to successfully elicit answers
  • How to concept check

Feedback

  • What is feedback?
  • Approaches to the nature and function of feedback
  • How to correct mistakes
  • How to tactfully deliver feedback

Testing and assessment

  • Why test?
  • The value of assessment and correction for learning
  • How to construct successful and meaningful tests
  • How to administer tests
  • How to establish assessment reference criteria
  • How to establish assessment grades

Classroom discipline, what to do if students:

  • Keep using their language
  • Are uncooperative
  • Don't want to talk
  • Don't understand what they are listening to
  • Finish their work before the others?

Teaching vocabulary

  • How to present and explain new vocabulary
  • Classroom activities that stimulate vocabulary use

How to teach grammar

  • Understanding grammar in general
  • Understanding grammatical structures
  • Understanding grammatical meaning
  • How to present and explain new grammatical structures
  • Classroom activities that stimulate grammar use

How to teach reading

  • What is reading?
  • How do we read?
  • How to teach reading
  • How do reading activities look?
  • Classroom activities that stimulate reading

How to teach writing

  • Why do we write?
  • Differences between written and spoken text
  • How to teach writing
  • How do writing activities look?
  • Classroom activities that stimulate writing

How to teach speaking

  • How to practice oral fluency
  • How and when to correct errors during fluency exercises
  • How to resolve everyday speaking activities problems
  • How to use role-play and related techniques
  • How do speaking activities look?
  • Classroom activities that stimulate speaking

How to teach listening

  • What is involved in real-life listening?
  • Common attributes of real-life listening situations
  • How to simulate real-life listening in the classroom
  • How do listening activities look?
  • Classroom activities that stimulate listening

Student motivation and interest

  • The importance of motivation
  • Characteristics of motivated students
  • Different kinds of motivation
  • Fluctuations in student interest
  • How to effectively use motivational techniques

How to teach pronunciation

  • Long and short vowel sounds
  • Diphthongs
  • Different qualities of and pronunciation of vowels
  • Plosive consonants
  • Difficult sounds e.g. W, G, J, CH etc.
  • Intonation and its effect on phrase/sentence meaning
  • How stressed and unstressed syllables vary the rhythm of words and phrases

The teacher's behaviour, role and responsibility

  • The characteristics of a good teacher
  • How to communicate success and its rewards
  • How to communicate failure and its penalties
  • How to make authoritative demands
  • How to structure teacher language
  • How to manage teacher talking time (TTT) versus student talking time (STT)

How to perform concept checking

  • What is concept checking?
  • Vehicles for concept checking
  • How to concept check vocabulary
  • How to concept check grammar

What difference does age make to language learning?

  • Is age a factor?
  • Do children learn more quickly than adults?
  • Ideas for teaching children
  • Ideas for teaching adolescents
  • Ideas for teaching adults
How will I learn?

Your study programme is divided into two main sections:

  • Online training
  • Trainer assessment (CertTESOL Plus only)

Online training

You will be taught language analysis and usage, theory and practical application, classroom management and lesson planning/evaluation through the following:

  • Reading texts
  • Demonstrations of teachers in action
  • Video explanations
  • Tests and quizzes

Teaching practice

There is teaching practice included in both the CertTESOL and CertTESOL Plus courses.

IMPORTANT:  You must organise your practice classes.

  • Three, one-hour teaching practice classes
  • Feedback of your notes by your trainer (CertTESOL Plus only)
  • There are three mandatory teaching-practise assignments in the CertTESOL Plus course that your trainer assesses
  • There are three optional teaching-practise assignments in the CertTESOL course, and they are not trainer assessed.
How will I be assessed?

Your coursework is continually assessed

  • Quizzes marked by MOODLE
  • Tests marked by MOODLE
  • Written assignments marked by your trainer (CertTESOL Plus only)

How is the assessment performed?

Quizzes and tests are marked and graded by MOODLE.

The CertTESOL Plus written assignments are reviewed by your trainer, who will provide you with feedback and a grade. Your trainer's feedback may mean that make corrections before you get a passing grade.

You can check your grades at any time in MOODLE.

To graduate, you must successfully complete all course requirements.

CertTESOL Plus written assignments

You will deliver the following 5 assignments for assessment, feedback and grading by your trainer:

  1. Written assignment 1 - Presentation style critique, lesson plan study and reflection
  2. Written assignment 2 - Motivational methods assessment
  3. Written assignment 3 – Concept teaching
  4. Written assignment 4 - Correcting written work
  5. Written assignment 5 - Grammar teaching exercises
  6. Written assignment 6 - Design reading and writing activities
  7. Written assignment 7 - Design speaking and listening activities
  8. Written assignment 8 - Lesson plan 1 - Beginner
  9. Written assignment 9 - Lesson Plan 2 - Intermediate
  10. Written assignment 10 - Lesson Plan 3 - Advanced
  11. Written assignment 11 - Teacher observation - Advanced class
  12. Written assignment 12 - Teacher observation - Beginner class
  13. Written assignment 13 - Teacher observation - Intermediate class
  14. Written assignment 14 - Teacher observation - Beginner class

 

What is the course syllabus?

Online training

Area Description
The difficulties of learning a language An initial introduction to learning a foreign language and the difficulties involved in teaching and learning
Speaking and pronunciation How to teach speaking and pronunciation is presented, showing what speaking activities look like, practice drills for fluency and pronunciation, role play and related techniques. You will design speaking and pronunciation lesson plans to reinforce what you have learned.
Vocabulary You learn a range of strategies to present, remember and test vocabulary. Ideas for vocabulary work in the class are shown. In addition, you should practice the elicitation techniques you learned.
Listening How to teach listening is presented, showing what real-life listening in the classroom is and what listening sequences look like. Then, you will design listening lesson plans to reinforce what you have learned.
Reading How to teach reading is presented, what is involved in real-life reading and what reading sequences look like. Finally, you will design reading lesson plans to reinforce what you have learned.
Writing How to teach writing is presented, showing tasks that stimulate writing, how to give feedback on writing and what writing sequences look like. Finally, you will design writing lesson plans to reinforce what you have learned.
Grammar: Language functions and analysis Grammar practice games and activities are investigated, showing you how to turn grammar into a fun and engaging lesson. You will also learn how to teach the most important English language functions.
Structure and Organisation You are shown strategies for presenting explanations and instructions based on levels and age. Also shown are teaching models that influence current teaching practices. Finally, you will design teaching structures to reinforce what you have learned.
Teacher language The theme "taught or entertained" is investigated, presenting real-life teaching strategies experienced teachers use on "how to teach and entertain." The importance of clear instructions is discussed. You will demonstrate appropriate language use when teaching to reinforce what you have learned.
Teaching different age groups What difference does age make to language learning is investigated. You will learn practical techniques for teaching children.
Classroom Interaction Patterns of classroom interaction, questioning drills and group work will be discussed. In addition, you will learn about classroom discipline and how to deal with discipline episodes.
EFL Coursebooks and Supplementary Material The most widely used EFL course books are introduced, different equipment to use, their advantages and disadvantages are discussed. Finally, you will develop learning resources for when teaching.
Delivering feedback You are presented with feedback techniques, learn how to correct students and how to correct mistakes in oral and written work.

Lesson planning

Area Description
Lesson planning You will create lesson plans from original material gathered and put together by you. The CertTESOL Plus course provides a trainer assessment of your lesson plans as part of the teaching-practise written assignment.

Teaching practice

Area Description
Demonstrations You will watch and critique four one-hour classes by professional English language teachers.
Teaching practice You will arrange your teaching practice classes. If possible, you should teach classes to non-English speakers. The lessons you teach are beginner, intermediate and advanced levels.

Employment opportunities

Area Description
Job awareness You will be introduced to the job market requirements, job interview questions/answers, and worldwide job possibilities. You will also see information about local requirements regarding employment, pay, bank accounts and other practical issues associated with getting a job.
What are the course's success criteria?

High-level success criteria

You'll be celebrating too because by the end of the course you will know the following:

  • How to analyse, use and present the English language
  • How to practically apply English teaching theory in the classroom
  • How to manage a classroom
  • How to plan effective lessons
  • How to analyse the needs of your students
  • How to behave in the classroom and interact with your students
  • How to teach: grammar, listening, reading, writing and speaking
  • How to motivate your students
  • How to respond to student questions
  • How to find and effectively use learning materials
  • How to check that your students are learning
  • How to evaluate lesson effectiveness
  • How to analyse your success as a teacher
  • How to survive as an English teacher in a foreign country
  • How to adapt to a different culture
  • How to behave like an English teaching professional
  • How to succeed in an English teaching job interview

Detailed success criteria – everything that you will have learned

Know the difference between "Learning" and "Teaching"

  • How to determine that what you teach has been learned
  • Understand the learning cycle
  • How to adapt to the needs of the different learning capacities of students
  • Understand different English teaching models and their influence on current teaching styles
  • Know what elements are necessary for EFL learning in a classroom

Know how to structure lessons

  • How to present material
  • How to present key points
  • How to give explanations and instructions
  • How to order the presentation of material and exercises

Know how to plan lessons and use didactic material

  • Understand why lesson plans are important
  • Know what should be in a plan
  • Learn how to plan effective lessons
  • Understand the different lesson components
  • How to select and order lesson components
  • How to maximise the use of didactic materials

Know how to determine if a lesson was successful

  • How to define lesson success evaluation criteria
  • How to evaluate lesson effectiveness

Understand classroom interaction

  • Understand interaction (teacher/student and students/student), meaning and concepts
  • Be aware of patterns of classroom interaction
  • Understand the social aspects of classroom interaction
  • How to implement and use interactive teaching strategies
  • How to effectively use initiation – response – feedback techniques
  • How to effectively use: engage, study and activate techniques

Know how to ask questions

  • Understand the reasons for questioning
  • How to construct effective questions
  • How to successfully elicit answers
  • How to concept check

Know how to give feedback

  • Understand what feedback is
  • Understand the nature and function of feedback
  • How to correct mistakes
  • How to tactfully and positively deliver feedback

Know how to test and assess

  • Understand why testing is necessary
  • Understand the value of assessment and correction for learning
  • How to establish assessment reference criteria
  • How to establish assessment grades
  • How to construct successful and meaningful tests
  • How to administer tests

Know how to maintain classroom discipline

  • How to ensure that students keep using English rather than their native language
  • How to encourage uncooperative students
  • How to get quiet students talking
  • How to help students that don't understand dialogues that they are listening to
  • How to handle students that finish before everybody else

Know how to teach vocabulary

  • How to present and explain new vocabulary
  • How to construct classroom activities that stimulate vocabulary use

Know how to teach grammar

  • Understand grammar in general and why it is important
  • Understand grammatical structures
  • Understand grammatical meaning
  • How to present and explain new grammatical structures
  • How to construct classroom activities that stimulate grammar use

Know how to teach reading

  • Understand why we read and what the reading process is
  • Understand the differences between how people read
  • How to teach reading
  • Know what reading activities look like
  • How to construct classroom activities that stimulate reading

Know how to teach writing

  • Understand why we write and what the reading process is
  • Understand the differences between written and spoken text
  • How to teach writing
  • Know what writing activities look like
  • How to construct classroom activities that stimulate writing

Know how to teach speaking

  • How to practice oral fluency
  • How and when to correct errors during fluency exercises
  • How to resolve common speaking activities problems
  • How to use role-play and related techniques
  • Know what speaking activities look like
  • How to construct classroom activities that stimulate speaking

Know how to teach listening

  • Understand what is really involved when we listen to someone else speak
  • Know the common attributes of real-life listening situations
  • How to simulate real-life listening in the classroom
  • Know what listening activities look like
  • How to construct classroom activities that stimulate listening

Know how to motivate students and maintain their interest

  • Understand why motivation is extremely important in learning situations
  • Understand the characteristics of motivated students
  • Understand different kinds of motivation
  • Know why there will naturally be fluctuations in student interest
  • How to effectively use motivational techniques

Know how to teach pronunciation

  • Explain and practice long and short vowel sounds
  • Explain and practice diphthongs
  • Explain and practice different qualities of and pronunciation of vowels
  • Explain and practice plosive consonants
  • Explain and practise difficult sounds e.g. W, G, J. CH etc.
  • Explain and practise intonation and its effect on phrase/sentence meaning
  • Explain and practice how stressed and unstressed syllables vary the rhythm of words and phrases

Know how to behave in the classroom

  • Know what are the characteristics of a good teacher
  • How to communicate success and its rewards
  • How to communicate failure and its penalties
  • How to make authoritative demands
  • How to structure teacher language
  • How to manage Teacher Talking Time (TTT) versus Student Talking Time (STT)
  • How to teach using English rather than having to resort to the native class language

Know how to perform concept checking

  • Understand what concept checking
  • How to effectively use different methods for concept checking
  • How to concept check vocabulary
  • How to concept check grammar

Understand the differences in learner age groups

  • Understand the "age factor" for language learning capabilities
  • Understand the differences between children and adult learning
  • Know the basics behind teaching children
  • Know the basics behind teaching adolescents
  • Know the basics behind teaching adults
Are there any books I can read before I start my CertTESOL course?

English language teaching books and publications

The following is a list of TEFL course books that may be referenced during the course. You DO NOT have to buy these books prior to joining the course. After you send your deposit, we will send you an introductory manual that will prepare you for the course.

Reference booklist

Title Author
30 Minutes … Before a Presentation Patrick Forsyth
After the trade is made David M. Weiss
Analysis for Financial Management Robert C. Higgins
Blueprint one Abbs & Freebairn
Business Basics David Grant and Robert McLarty
Business Class David Cotton – Sue Robbins
Business English William Cooke
Business Games Jenny Mawer
Business Opportunities Vicki Hollett
Business Targets Simon Greenall
Cambridge Proficiency Examination Practice 1 Cambridge University Press
Cambridge Proficiency Examination Practice 1 Teacher's Book Cambridge University Press
Classroom Dynamics Jill Hadfield
Communicate Clearly – Essential Managers Robert Heller
Countdown to First Certificate Michael Duckworth & Kathy Gude
Cultural Awareness Tomalin & Stempleski
Effective Negotiating D. Blanchard
Elementary Communication Games Jill Hadfield
English File Intermediate Clive Oxenden – Christina Latham
English Grammar in Use Intermediate Raymond Murphy
English Grammar in Use Supplementary Exercises Raymond Murphy
English Vocabulary in Use Elementary Michael McCarthy – Felicity O'Dell
English Vocabulary in Use Pre-Intermediate & Intermediate Michael McCarthy – Felicity O'Dell
English Vocabulary in Use Upper-Intermediate & Advanced Stuart Redman
Essential Grammar in Use Raymond Murphy
Essential Read-Spell Book 4 Schonell
Finance for the non-financial manager Herbert T. Spiro
First Certificate Organiser John Flower
Fundamentals of English Grammar Betty Schrampfer Azar
Getting Ahead Jones-Macziola & White
Grammar & Practice Michael Duckworth
Grammar: Games and Activities for teachers Peter Watcyn – Jones
Great Presentation Skills Melody Templeton-Suzanne Sparks
Headstart Beginner Briony Beaven
Headway Intermediate John & Liz Soars
Headway Upper-Intermediate John & Liz Soars
Headway Advanced John & Liz Soars
Highly Recommended SB English for the hotel and cater. Rod Revell & Trish Stott
Highly Recommended TB English for the hotel and cater. Tim Falla
How English works Swan & Walter
How the new stock exchange works Colin Chapman
How to write a Marketing Plan John Westwood
Idioms and Exercises The English Linguistics Study Group
In at the Deep end Hollet – Carter – Lyon – Tanner
Insights into Business Lannon – Tullis – Trappe
International Express Pre-Intermediate Liz Taylor
Introduction to Economic Analysis Miles Fleming
Key Words in Business Bill Mascull
Meetings Malcolm Goodale
Negotiate in English Gerald Lees
Nelson Grammar Denis & Helen Ballance
New Headway Elementary Liz & John Soars
New Headway Elementary Teacher's Resource Book Liz & John Soars
New Headway Elementary Liz & John Soars
New Headway Pre-Intermediate Liz & John Soars
New Headway Intermediate Liz & John Soars
New Success at First Certificate SB R.O'Neill, Duckworth & K.Gude
Online Shopping UK Ian Shircore – Preton Gralla
Oxford English for Computing Boeckner & Brown
Oxford Practice Grammar John Eastwood
PET Preparation and Practice Ann Ward
Preparing for English for Commerce Davies & Pickett
Presentation Skills Suzy Siddons
Re-Engineering the Corporation Michael Hammer y James Champy
Re-Engineering your Business Daniel Morris – Joel Brandon
Speaking Effectively Comfort – Rogerson – Stott – Utley
Successful Presentation Skills Andrew Bradbury
Technical Contacts Brieger & Comfort
Test Your Business English (Marketing) Simon Sweeney
The big book of presentation games Scannell & Newstrom
The Oxford Guide to Writing & Speaking John Seely
The Trainer's Pocketbook John Townsend
Understanding Wall Street Jeffrey B. Little – Lucien Rhodes
Vocabulary for College A (Third Edition) Diederich, Carlton, Papale, Papale
Is there work to be completed before I start my CertTESOL course?

To prepare yourself for the TEFL course you will be expected to do some up-front pre-course reading and exercises. The pre-course work will introduce you to some of the teaching concepts and keywords that will be used during the course, and get you started with English grammar.

Pre-course reading

We suggest that you try and read through one or more of the books in the list shown below. It is not a requirement that you buy these books. They are listed for the purpose of helping you get to grips with TEFL TESOL terminology.

How English works Swan & Walter
Essential Grammar in Use Raymond Murphy
The Oxford Guide to Writing & Speaking John Seely
Classroom Dynamics Jill Hadfield
The Trainer's Pocketbook John Townsend
Cultural Awareness Tomalin & Stempleski

Grammar brush-up

English grammar is something we know, usually instinctively. As a teacher, you will need to explain grammar to your students.

Bearing this in mind, we strongly suggest that you read through:

"How English Works",
published by Oxford University Press,
written by Michael Swan and Catherine Walter,
ISBN 0-19-431456-1.

Brushing up your English grammar will help you a lot on the course.

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