University of South Wales
Teaching English for Speakers of Other Languages
You study in a subject specialist cohort with opportunities to share good practice and professional experience with others in the group. You will deepen your understanding of ESOL as a subject area. This will include knowledge of key questions, theories and concepts as well as the development of your own personal skills. Through assignments such as individual student case studies, presentations and seminars, teaching practice and reflections on theory and practice, you will extend your own practice and deepen your understanding of learning and teaching of ESOL. We will consider how the theories of learning and assessment can be applied to the teaching of ESOL. You will be encouraged to analyse and critique policies and practices relating to the teaching of ESOL, and develop your own considered approach to teaching.
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|Advanced Certificate||Part-time||-||2 years|
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