F.A.Q

    

What is IELTS Test?

The IELTS is an English language test that is used for educational, immigration and occupational purposes, and is accepted by over 10,000 institutions across 140 countries worldwide. Jointly owned by the British Council, IDP: IELTS Australia, and Cambridge Assessment English, IELTS is an international language test, meaning that you can use either UK or US spelling. Depending on the entry requirements of your study programme, you might need to take either the Academic or General Training IELTS exam.

   

What is TOEFL Test?

The TOEFL test seeks to test your ability to communicate in English in specifically academic, university and classroom-based settings. It is accepted by over 8,500 institutions across 130 countries, including the UK, USA and Australia, as well as all the world’s top 100 universities. TOEFL is administered by US-based organisation the Education Testing Service, and so is conducted in American English. This test is more likely to be favoured by American institutions.

    

What is the difference between TOEFL & IELTS?

IELTS (International English Language Testing System) and TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) are two of the most widely-accepted tests that evaluate four basic skills of Reading Listening, Speaking and Writing to certify your English proficiency. They both prepare students to pursue their academic goals in universities and higher education institutions globally, where English is the medium of instruction. The main differences between IELTS and TOEFL are as follows: TOEFL exam questions are almost entirely multiple choice, whereas IELTS requires you to respond to a range of different question types such as short answer, gap-filling and short essay tasks. The IELTS is significantly shorter than the TOEFL exam, taking approximately 2 hours and 40 minutes versus four hours in IELTS.

   

TESOL? TEFL? TESL? TEAL? ELT? TESL? What’s the difference?

They are essentially all the same thing. They are terms used to describe the teaching of the English language to those that do not speak the language. The main difference is the country where the teaching takes place. TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) and TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) are standard terms for English language teaching in non-English speaking countries. TESL (Teaching English as a Second Language) and TEAL (Teaching English as an Additional Language) are normally related to English teaching among immigrant and refugee communities in English speaking countries.
The acronyms TEFL and TESL are more frequently used in Europe. The acronyms TESOL and TEAL are more commonly used in North America.

If you want to teach English in Turkey or abroad, this is the program to choose. as well as being internationally recognized, the Tesol certificate that you will get with this programme is recognised by the Ministry of Education in Turkey, and is valid in all private schools and language courses throughout Turkey.

All our instructors are qualified teachers of English with extensive experience in teaching English as a second language, as well as being teacher trainers with a depth of knowledge and experience in this field.

Each student receives ongoing personalized attention throughout the course.

The course includes a Teaching Practicum in order to ensure a balance between theory and practice, and in order to prepare graduates to start teaching immediately in the real world.

     

What is TOT?

The Certificate in Teacher Training is suited to experienced and qualified TEFL/TESOL teachers who plan to move into the field of teacher training and who wish to train.

The best teacher-preparation programs emphasize subject-matter mastery and provide many opportunities for student teachers to spend time in real classrooms under the supervision of an experienced mentor. Just as professionals in medicine, architecture, and law have opportunities to learn through examining case studies, learning best practices, and participating in internships, exemplary teacher-preparation programs allow teacher candidates the time to apply their learning of theory in the context of teaching in a real classroom.

Many colleges and universities are revamping their education schools to include an emphasis on content knowledge, increased use of educational technologies, creation of professional-development schools, and innovative training programs aimed at career switchers and students who prefer to earn a degree online.

Content

  1. Introduction
  2. Paradigm
  3. The spirit of cooperation
  4. Vision and mission
  5. Self-transformation
  6. Innovation
  7. Innovative training
  8. Designing evaluation of your programme
  9. Delivery techniques
  10. Ice-breakers
  11. Projects
  12. Communication techniques
  13. Open space innovation
  14. To be an innovative trainer