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LRN Level 5 Certificate in Teaching English To Speakers of Other Languages

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580 EURO


LRN TESOL (ELTAC) is designed for candidates who have limited experience of teaching English language.
 The qualification is an intensive programme of study which will enable candidates to gain a recognised teaching qualification, with a focus for those wishing to specialise in teaching English to either speakers of other languages or for those who wish to teach English to adults and children.

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About LRN Qualifications

LRN qualifications are designed to be relevant, stringently assessed and a true reflection of a candidate’s ability and knowledge. For these reasons LRN expects them to become benchmark qualifications against which other qualifications are judged. LRN qualifications are highly structured, offering a clearly marked progression route to higher education and professional development. Its qualifications are also standalone awards that have merit and value in themselves, so that if a candidate decides that they only wish or need to study up to a certain level, they can be assured – as can any potential employer – that they possess a qualification that totally equips them to work at that level and that they have demonstrated that they have the skills and knowledge to do so.

Candidates should have:
* a good command of English in all four language skills (i.e. listening, speaking, reading, writing) equivalent to C1 on the CEFR
* a good basic understanding of literacy, numeracy and ICT equivalent to Level 2
* access to at least 12 hours teaching practice in English Language education.
Prior basic teaching experience is not a prerequisite as this is an initial teacher training qualification.
Centres will put in place their own procedures to carry out an initial assessment in order to decide on a
course applicant’s suitability for the course.
In addition to the above, candidates must also be in a position where they are regularly teaching within a college, school or other recognised teaching establishment) and have evidence to support this position.

The LRN TESOL (ELTAC) consists of five compulsory units:
1. Knowledge, understanding and skills of teaching, learning and assessment in ELT.
2. Developing teaching, learning and assessment in ELT.
3. Planning resources for effective delivery of ELT.
4. Language Awareness and Analysis to support Skills in ELT: Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing.
5. Applied teaching practice in the ELT classroom.

 * This qualification has been constructed to be delivered within centres or via distance learning.

LRN will subject each assignment submitted by candidates to its plagiarism software. The purpose of this software is to detect commonality in candidate work in terms of detecting where assignments are similar to that of other authors. Candidate will fail the assignment and unit where LRN discovered the assignment is plagiarised. LRN will advise centres and candidates as to the tolerance it will set on the similarity of content across each assignment.

The assessment consists of
• Units 1-4 which are assessed by written assignments externally set and marked by LRN;
• Unit 5 which is assessed by 2 lesson observations and a teaching practice portfolio marked internally, and subsequently moderated externally by LRN.
For Units 1-4, Candidates are required to complete a single assignment (per unit) which will be marked by an examiner, appointed by LRN. The marking of assignments will be carried out in accordance with the marking criteria listed in this specification document. To ensure a rigorous quality assurance model is applied, each of the marked assignments will be moderated.
For Unit 5, Candidates are required to complete at least 12 hours of teaching practice receiving formative assessment, 2 hours of observed teaching practice counting towards the summative assessment, and compile a portfolio including a teaching log as well as documenting the resources, the planning, teaching, assessment and reflection documentation developed and used by the learner over the course of the teaching practice.
The portfolio must reference the Common European Framework of Reference for
Languages (CEFR).
In order to successfully achieve the qualification, candidates must complete, and receive a grade of a pass for
• each written assignment (Units 1-4)
• the two summative teaching observations (Unit 5)
• the teaching practice portfolio (Unit 5)
The teaching practice portfolio will be assessed internally against criteria specified by LRN.
LRN will externally validate a selection of portfolios. LRN will also subject the portfolios to moderation.

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