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Delta Module 1 – Online

Presentation Delta

The Delta modules are one of the most prestigious ESL teacher training qualifications in the world. They are designed for teachers with considerable ELT experience who wish to further their professional knowledge and/or wish to take on further professional responsibilities in the field.
In 2008, Cambridge ESOL introduced a revised version of their reputable in-service Delta qualification. The new programme is based around an enhanced syllabus and a modular format to allow greater flexibility for working teachers who wish to further their professional qualifications.

As a well-respected advanced in-service TESL/TEFL/TESOL qualification, Delta is a flexible way for experienced English language teachers to progress further in their careers. Delta is awarded by Cambridge ESOL, part of the world-renowned University of Cambridge.

Achievement of Delta helps teachers prepare for more senior teaching roles and educational management, while facilitating progression to other qualifications such as MAs in Linguistics and Language Teaching. MA programmes will accept Delta credits (up to 20 credits for each module).

Because Delta is awarded by Cambridge English Language Assessment, part of the University of Cambridge, it is internationally recognised, highly respected and a benchmark for quality.

What is Delta Module One?

This module is more theoretical and focuses on language awareness, approaches and methods, evaluation of teaching resources and materials, and assessment of learner language and skills. It’s tested in a written examination set by Cambridge English. The exam consists of two 90-minute papers which are taken on the same day. The exam takes place twice a year, in June and December.

Who is this course for?

Teachers who passed their CELTA or ICELT qualification at least one year previously and ideally have two years’ EFL teaching experience. You should not apply for the Delta if you have not already gained experience in EFL teaching.
Teachers who plan to make a career in English language teaching or move into other roles, e.g. Director of Studies, Teacher Trainer etc.

* The intended participants are people who have recently done an advanced methodology course that would like to receive further input at Delta level and preparation towards the Module 1 exam.

The Course

ILTC Languages and IH Mexico offer preparation for Module 1 of Delta completely online. The work is based on writing, reading, study and practice exam tasks. It focuses on understanding language, methodology and resources for teaching. This includes:

A background understanding of ELT, teaching approaches and learning in a range of contexts

A knowledge of applied linguistics sources on the main principles and practices of English Language Teaching

An understanding of practical theory and methodology needed for teaching a range of systems and skills lessons

Regular exam practice with constructive and helpful feedback from the ours experienced Delta tutors and Delta assessors

Regular exam practice with constructive and helpful feedback from the ours experienced Delta tutors and Delta assessors

Online support, reflection and feedback from other members of your tutorial group

Our online Delta Module 1 Course comprises:

a 10 week-course delivered via the Delta Module 1 website

8 Units to be completed to a set schedule

core course materials covering all aspects of the Cambridge Delta Module 1 syllabus

exam Training for all tasks in Papers 1 and 2

exam Practice Tasks and Mock Exam with regular feedback from your Online Delta 1 Course Tutor. You will have exam practice tasks, read and respond to other people’s tasks and get personal tutor feedback and guidance. You will get a chance to see a large number of different approaches to tasks and be able to read tutors’ feedback on these – all of which can help you improve your own work.

dedicated Module 1 discussion forum monitored by our experienced Distance Delta Course Tutor Team

dedicated administrative and IT support to help you with all aspects of the course and Cambridge assessment

Course hours: Minimum of 15 hours a week.

Exam preparation and online input Estimated hours Exam practice task and mocks Estimated hours
Reading and note-making
Writing assignment
Reading and responding to other people’s assignments
Total
3 hours
3 hours
2 hours

8 hours
Preparation for task
Writing Practice Task
Reading and responding to other people’s assignments
2 hours
2 hours
2 hours

6 hours

Although a part-time course, please note that the course is very intensive. You should ensure that you do not have other time consuming commitments during the course and are in good physical and mental health before embarking on the Delta Module One course. For Module One, you do not need to have a current class, although it can help you make sense of some of the theory or allow you to put certain hypotheses to the test if you do. The work is all based on writing, reading, study and doing practice exam tasks.

Assessment, certification and where you can take the exam

You can take the exam at a local exam centre; there is no need to travel to Mexico or Argentina. There is a list of centres on Cambridge English’s website so you can check the closest one to you. The exam takes place in June and December every year (always the first Wednesday of the month). We make the arrangements for the exam on your behalf. If you decide to sit the exam for the upcoming exam date we need to know at least two months beforehand to complete payment and booking procedures in good time. The exam fee is charged by Cambridge English and invoiced by IH Mexico on their behalf.

The exam itself is made up of two 1½-hour papers taken on the same day. Successful candidates will be issued with a Delta Module One certificate with one of the following pass grades: Pass, Pass with Merit, or Pass with Distinction. Certificates will be sent to the centre where you take the examination and then passed on to the candidate.

Some universities accept Delta Module One as credit towards a Masters qualification. Course credits may vary; please enquire with the university directly.

Fees

Course fee: 850USD + Cambridge Examination fee: 240USD (if you are taking the course with us): 1090USD

Examination fee only: 325USD (candidates who do not take the course with us).

These fees are due for the assessment of each module through Cambridge English and are raised in addition to the course fees. We will contact you during the course to see if you feel ready for the exam. We will make your entry and book the exam place on your behalf. You can choose to sit the exam at a local exam centre near you. Your chosen exam centre will invoice you for their invigilation fees directly. You can find a list of registered Delta Module 1 exam centres on the Cambridge English website.

Delta Module 1 – Online


Online Delivery

Course 1: March 19th – June 1st

Course 2: Sept 17th – Nov 30th


For further information and applications please contact

Claudia Sánchez
Educational Consultant
educons@iltc.com.ar


Delta Module 3 – Online

What is Delta Module Three?

There are two options for this module:

Option 1 – ELT specialism
You will select your own specialist subject and then produce an assignment about needs analysis, syllabus design, course planning and assessment for a real group of learners in the context of your selected specialism. Possible specialisms include teaching younger learners, business English, one-to-one, ESP, EAP, and many others.

Option 2 – ELT management
This module focuses on situation analysis and planning, and implementing change in the context of a selected management specialism.
Both options require you to produce an extended written assignment of 4,000–4,500 words, which is submitted to Cambridge for assessment. Module Three assignments can be submitted twice a year, in June and December.

Who is this course for?

Teachers who passed their CELTA or ICELT qualification at least one year previously and ideally have two years’ EFL teaching experience. You should not apply for the Delta if you have not already gained experience in EFL teaching.
Teachers who plan to make a career in English language teaching or move into other roles, e.g. Director of Studies, Teacher Trainer etc.
* The intended participants are people who have recently done an advanced methodology course that would like to receive further input at Delta level and preparation towards the Module 3 written assignment. Most applicants for Module 3 would hold either Delta Module 1 or Module 2 already.

We provide both group feedback and personal and regular tutor feedback to our participants. Each participant can contact their tutor, not an administrator / non-Delta tutor (which is often the case when taking the course with other provides in the UK or the US), and ask specific questions about their work. Although participants have to manage their own workload, as with any online provision, the course combines group and individual tutoring and self-study work with guidance, which caters to all learners’ needs. Participants find this particularly helpful when a certain area of their assignment is proving particularly difficult.

The Course

The work for Module 3 is based on an extended research-based written assignment. It focuses on developing your English language teaching specialism. Our 12 week-course includes preparation for:

-Choosing your specialist area and group of students or your one-to-one student. See below for list of specialist areas.
-Designing a needs analysis to find out the class (or student) needs.
-Selecting, adapting or designing a diagnostic test to find out their current knowledge and skills.
-Analysing the data from the needs analysis and diagnostic test.
-Planning a course based on their needs.
-Planning how you will assess their progress on that course.
-Writing up your assignment.

You need to choose one of the following areas for your assignment:

-Teaching Business English (BE)
-Teaching English for Academic purposes (EAP)
-Teaching examination classes (EX)
-Teaching 1-1 (1 to 1)
-Teaching Monolingual Classes (MON)
-Teaching Multilingual Classes (MUL)
-Teaching in an English-speaking environment (ESE)
-Teaching in a non-English speaking environment (NESE)
-Teaching learners online, through distance/blended learning (DL)
-Language development for teachers (LDT)

Study topic Estimated hours
Reading and research
Selecting, designing, preparing & running Needs Analysis and Diagnostic Tests with students
Analysing results and drawing conclusion
Designing course plan
Writing up assignment
Collating materials, appendices etc.
Total
20 hours
15 hours
5 hours
10 hours
13 hours
2 hours
68 hours

Although a part-time course, please note that the course is very intensive. You should ensure that you do not have other time consuming commitments during the course and are in good physical and mental health before embarking on the Delta Module Three. You do not necessarily need to have your own current class, although it makes things a lot easier as you will need access to a class for needs analysis purposes. The work is all based on producing your extended assignment as detailed in the table above.

Submission and Certification

At the end of the course you can submit your assignment online. Submissions can be made in June and December every year, although we need to know at least two months before this if you want to submit so we can complete payment and entry procedures in good time. The submission fee is charged by Cambridge English and invoiced by Ih Mexico on their behalf. Successful candidates will be issued with a Delta Module Three certificate with one of the following pass grades: Pass, Pass with Merit, or Pass with Distinction. Certificates will be sent to Ih Mexico and then passed on to the candidate.

Some universities accept Delta Module Three as credit towards a Masters qualification. Course credits may vary; please enquire with the university directly.

Fees

Course fee: 650USD (including the Cambridge fee. Most centres will charge this separately).


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El reconocimiento Internacional está respaldado por el prestigio y la trayectoria de International House en el mundo de la enseñanza de idiomas, y su impecable reputación en la formación de profesores, permite que los poseedores del certificado puedan desempeñarse en el área de la enseñanza del español, en el mundo.
FPELE, está dirigido a aquellas personas que con diferentes formaciones, estudios o experiencias profesionales, deseen enseñar Español a extranjeros, ya sea en Argentina o en el exterior.

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Metodología Análisis gramatical Prácticas
Una visión concreta, práctica y participativa del uso del método comunicativo en el aula. La utilización de materiales, el uso de ayudas audiovisuales, presentación de temas, recursos para el manejo del aula y una amplia cobertura de los últimos enfoques que complementan una enseñanza comunicativa. Un modo de analizar la lengua y sus componentes que es significativo para el estudiante, y profundo y completo para el educador. Práctica regular frente a dos grupos multiculturales de estudiantes extranjeros de dos niveles diferentes, donde se aplican los conocimientos que se van adquiriendo a lo largo del curso en las clases teóricas. A estas clases prácticas le siguen una devolución realizada por el tutor, y un informe escrito sobre lo que aconteció en clase con el profesor y los alumnos, la planificación previa, las actividades realizadas y los materiales utilizados.

Los cursos están a cargo de los profesores que tienen IHC Spanish (International House Certificate in Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language), y están organizados en seis niveles.

El material utilizado se basa en metodologías modernas de aprendizaje de idiomas, con énfasis en la comunicación y la interacción. Los estudiantes son ubicados en el nivel adecuado luego de haber realizado el examen de nivelación de ILTC Spanish. Para obtener el certificado ILTC Spanish deben asistir al 80% del curso y aprobar los exámenes oral y escrito.


Duración y fechas 2017

El curso consta de 132 horas con un número un máximo de integrantes de 12 personas.

Curso intensivos 2017- 4 semanas

Fechas:
Julio , San Isidro - Buenos Aires
Septiembre, Instituto IBRP, Lomas de Zamora
Octubre, ONLINE
Noviembre, Pilar - Buenos Aires y ONLINE
Diciembre, Córdoba

Contacto: info@iltc.com.ar


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Esto incluye:
• Capacitación en Colegios, institutos y universidades
• Servicios de Consultoría y Evaluación

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Ofrecemos un espectro de programas de capacitación docente ajustadas a las necesidades de sus docentes, cubriendo todos los aspectos de la enseñanza, desde la planificación de clases hasta el diseño de material, hasta el desarrollo de las habilidades de los docentes en el manejo del aula y todas las habilidades relacionadas necesarias para una clase exitosa dependiendo de los estilos de aprendizaje y de la motivación de sus estudiantes.

Nos especializamos también en desarrollar con los docentes la planificación y presentación de las clases para los exámenes principales de Cambridge desde KET-CPE para lograr que sus estudiantes tengan la mejor preparación posible para ser exitosos en el campo de la evaluación internacional.

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Desde una visión objetiva y guiados por estándares reconocidos internacionalmente, nos aseguramos de que sus programas de capacitación estén organizados y ejecutados para el beneficio óptimo tanto de sus alumnos como de sus docentes.