Cambridge ESOL Diploma in English Language Teaching (Delta)-Module 2
Module 2 of our Cambridge ESOL Diploma in English Language Teaching (Delta) focuses on developing professional practice.
The Cambridge Delta at British Council Egypt is accredited at level 7 on the Qualifications and Credit Framework.
Delta Module Two aims to develop candidates’ ability in the following areas:
- working with language learners in a variety of learning contexts
- preparation for teaching learners of English
- evaluation, selection and use of resources and materials for teaching purposes managing and supporting learning
- evaluation of lesson preparation and teaching
- observation and evaluation of other teachers’ lessons
- professionalism and professional development
Why should you choose this course from the British Council?
Teachers should take Delta Module 2 with the world’s English experts because;
- British Council Egypt is currently the only course provider in the Middle East
- It offers great value for money compared to international alternatives
- You will be working in a well-equipped training room that is exclusively booked for Delta candidates. You will have access to a Delta library with the essential and recommended books for the course. The room is fitted with 5 computers, an interactive whiteboard and a printer which are available to access the internet and to prepare materials for lessons)
- You will also have access to the extensive resources in the Teachers’ Room.
- The Agouza Teaching Centre is in a safe and easy location on the Nile’s west bank.
What does the course cover?
This module focuses on developing awareness and expertise in the principles and professional practice of teaching English in a range of contexts.
Please check a brief summary of the content below.Please check also Cambridge website.
|1- The language learner and the language learning context.||
|2- Preparation for teaching English language learners||
|3- Evaluating, selecting and using resources and materials for teaching purposes||
|4-Managing and supporting learning||
|5-Evaluation of lesson preparation and teaching||
|6- Observe and evaluate other teachers’ lessons||
|7- Professionalism and opportunities for professional development||
How will I be assessed?
There is no final written exam, but you’ll be assessed on:
Portfolio of coursework (including background essays, observed lessons and a professional development assignment)