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Schedule
Courses begin each month and last six weeks
You study whenever it is convenient for you
Start dates coming soon: Oct 12, Nov 9, Dec 14, Jan 18

 

Fees
Fee: ¥14,000 per course.
This special fee is only for members of ETJ (English Teachers
in Japan). Membership of ETJ is free, but you need to be living
in Japan to join.

 

Join ETJ for free here

 

How to pay
1. Pay by credit card by clicking on ‘Add to Cart’

2. Pay by bank transfer. Click here to send an e-mail for information.

 

Expert trainers
Learn from leading experts in the field.
The trainers are highly respected ELT specialists.

 

Collaboration
Link into ELT Advantage’s professional learning community through online discussion boards. Online mentors provide helpful feedback.

Certificate
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Only ETJ members can order courses at the discounted fees offered here.
It is free to join ETJ, but you need to be living in Japan to join.

 

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To enroll in a course:
1. Select a course below and click ‘Add to cart’.
2. Pay by credit card and send us an e-mail so that we have your e-mail address.
3. We will e-mail you with a passcode and a URL where you can choose the date you want to start the course.

 

 1. An Introduction to Teaching ESL/EFL

TomScovel

Summary

Would you like to increase your effectiveness as an English language teacher? This course will take you on a fascinating exploration of what it means to be a teacher, how to understand who your students are and the needs they have, and how to choose the most appropriate materials and activities for your classroom.




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 2. An Introduction to Teaching English to Young Learners

AnnieHughes

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In this course you will examine how young learners develop cognitively, how they learn languages, and how your understanding of these two areas can help guide you in your role as a language teacher. This course will combine theory with practice in providing examples that will help illustrate how you can teach language to young learners in your classroom.




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 3. Teaching ESL/EFL Vocabulary

PaulNation

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Discover what the different types of vocabulary are, how to accurately assess what your students already know, and what they need to learn. Explore the most powerful way of teaching vocabulary – meaning-focused input (listening and reading), meaning-focused output (speaking and writing), language-focused (deliberate) learning, and fluency development.




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 4. An Introduction to Task-based Teaching

DavidNunan

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This course will look at task-based language teaching in a broad way. You will study what task-based teaching is, how it developed and how it fits into a broader curriculum framework. Most importantly, this course will focus on how task-based language teaching works in the classroom. There will be many examples of task-based language teaching in activities.




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 5. Communicative Teaching for the ESL/EFL Classroom

KevinKeating

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This practical course provides teachers with the principles of communicative teaching, discussing simple ways to create a more dynamic, interactive classroom. It offers a variety of effective techniques for making students active participants in the learning processand includes a number of lively activities teachers can use in the classroom.




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 6. Practical Ideas for the Adult ESL/EFL Classroom

RobJenkins

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You’ll discover ways to teach ESL that create a meaningful and positive learning environment for your students. You’ll get to know what motivates them and how you can tailor your ESL teaching methods to their needs. By the end of this course, you’ll be teaching ESL in a way that helps your students move skillfully from the classroom to the real world!




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 7. Teaching ESL/EFL Grammar

DianeLarsen-Freeman

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In this course, you’ll come to see English grammar as a three-dimensional process that’s useful in bringing coherence, cohesion, and texture to writing and speech. You’ll learn why students need to understand the three dimensions of grammar—form, meaning, and use—and how to help students overcome many of their grammar challenges.




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 8. Content-Based Instruction for Language Learners

KathleenBailey

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This course will provide you with an unsderstanding of the main characteristics and types of content-based instruction. It will guide you through ways of balancing the dual focus on language and content as well as introduce you to a helpful framework for designing content-based courses and lessons.




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 9. Teaching ESL/EFL Reading

NeilAnderson

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Together, we’ll explore the core skills of intensive reading. Then we’ll examine extensive reading and how to integrate it into your curriculum. Next, we’ll cover ways to bring vocabulary teaching into your reading classroom. We’ll also look at ways to help your students develop a fluent reading rate and use strategies for reading successfully




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 10. An Introduction to Corpora in English Language Teaching

MichaelMcCarthy

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This course will will show you how to build and use a corpus to enhance your teaching and the experience of your learners. The course will include extracts of real language. You will see how corpora can be used to improve the teaching of vocabulary and grammar and also learn about data-driven learning and how to use this approach in an English language classroom.




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 11. Developing ESL/EFL Listening Comprehension

PatriciaDunkel

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We’ll discuss factors that affect the success or failure of listening comprehension, examine an adaptable lesson template that can be used to develop the listening comprehension of your students, and look at specific listening activities. The course will also highlight effective assessment methods, including computerized testing of listening ability.




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 12. Teaching Lexically

Hugh Dellar

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This practical course aims to change the way you think about language by introducing the lexical approach. Through the lexical approach, you will begin to look at the relationship between grammar and vocabulary in a new light. The course will suggest innovative ways to teach language and skills, to deal with speaking in class and to handle student correction.




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 13. Language Learning Technologies for K-12 Teachers

JoyceNutta

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This course will explore technologies that support language development as well as academic achievement for K-12 English language learners. Much of the course will focus on technologies that support English language development and communication skills, such as dedicated software programs, websites, and other technology resources.




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 14. Assessing Language Ability in Young Adults and Adults

AndrewCohen

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The course explores why language assessment is important and considers how teachers can assess language skills on an ongoing basis. Course participants learn how to design, construct, score, and evaluate different language measures, including listening, speaking, reading comprehension and written expression.




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 15. An Introduction to K-12 Language Assessment

NatalieKuhlman

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This course introduces teachers to traditional and performance based language assessmentl. We will examine how standardized tests are used to measure language proficiency and academic achievement. We will explore how to specifically assess listening, speaking, reading, and writing, both individually and in an integrated fashion.




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 16. Pursuing Professional Development

AndyCurtis

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This course will discuss what professional development is and why it is important for you to engage in professional development throughout your teaching career. Giving practical advice and concrete examples, Pursuing Professional Development will show how even very busy teachers can engage in professional development.




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 17. Making the Most of Learner Dictionaries (American Edition)

MichelaClari

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We’ll talk about how innovative resources used to create today’s dictionaries, examine their most important features, and discuss the key principles that underpin good dictionary use. With the help of practical activities that you can download and use in the classroom, you’ll be able to show your studentshow to make the most of dictionaries.




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 18. Making the Most of Learner Dictionaries (British Edition)

MichelaClari

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We’ll talk about how innovative resources used to create today’s dictionaries, examine their most important features, and discuss the key principles that underpin good dictionary use. With the help of practical activities that you can download and use in the classroom, you’ll be able to show your studentshow to make the most of dictionaries.




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