Background to language learning
This module test candidates knowledge of terms and concepts common in English language teaching. It also focuses on the factors underpinning the learning of English and knowledge of the range and functions of the the choices teachers have at their disposal to cater these learning factors.
Managing the teaching and learning process
This module tests teachers’ knowledge of what happens in the classroom in terms of the language used by the teacher or learners, the roles the teacher can fulfil, and the ways in which the teacher can manage and exploit classroom events and interactions.
One of the best ways to ensure success on TOEFL is to take realistic practice exams. This TOEFL practice test is accurate and up to date. It duplicates actual exams in terms of format, content, and level of difficulty. It covers all the types of items that commonly appear on actual exams. All items have been pre-tested.
This test is generated with random questions from a data base so it's always different.
This course is designed to achieve a higher score on the TOEFL ITP. Students will learn the basics and more of the paper test (ITP) and the types of questions for each section (1. Listening, 2. Structure & Written Expression, 3. Reading). Tips on how to tackle these questions will also be covered. Students will learn strategies and skills before working on practice questions, and explanations by the instructor will help you deepen your understanding.
English level A1 is the first level of English in the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR), a definition of different language levels written by the Council of Europe. In everyday speech, this level would be called “beginner”, and indeed, that is the official level descriptor in the CEFR, also used by EF SET. In practice it is possible to be at a pre-A1 level of English. A student who is just beginning to learn English, or who has no prior knowledge of English, is at a pre-A1 level.