新西兰联合理工学院/Universal College of Learning (UCOL)
New Zealand Certificate in Language Teaching (Level 4)
- 学费：$4,931 NZD Per Year
- 授课校区：Palmerston North Campus (Main Campus)
Learn how to teach a language in UCOL's New Zealand Certificate in Language Teaching (TESOL).
UCOL's New Zealand Certificate in Language Teaching is an introductory language teaching qualification is for those who are or want to be a language educator in Aotearoa New Zealand or overseas. This introductory English for speakers of other languages (TESOL) programme represents a foundation level qualification for a language educator practising under broad professional guidance.
Candidates will be proficient users of the target language, which may be English or any other language.
Locations: Online with a block course and on-campus workshops in Palmerston North.
Career & Study Outcomes
Successful graduates of UCOL's New Zealand Certificate in Language Teaching (Level 4) (TESOL) will be able to:
plan lessons, under broad guidance, to respond to the language needs of learners within a specific learning context
analyse language, with support, for teaching purposes
use learner-centred teaching strategies that respect learners’ mana and diverse backgrounds, in order to facilitate quality learning
deliver lessons to facilitate language learning
use assessment processes to enhance language learning
reflect on own teaching practice and respond to feedback.
You'll have the basic knowledge and skills to teach language under guidance in the community and other informal educational settings in such roles as language tutors, teacher aides and language assistants.
UCOL's New Zealand Certificate in Language teaching covers:
Language Teaching Theory (20 credits)
Analysing language construction in preparation for teaching a language
Acquiring learner-centred strategies used to facilitate language acquisition
Assessment methods and tools
Language Teaching Practical (20 credits)
Learning how to progressively plan and deliver a series of language lessons
Demonstrating learner-centred teaching strategies
Assessing learners and providing feedback
Reflecting on one's teaching practice and responding to feedback
NCEA Level 2 OR
equivalent academic achievement on a case-by-case basis at the discretion of the Executive Dean.
International Students International students will be assessed on a case-by-case basis to ensure they meet New Zealand University Entrance requirements.
International student applicants whose first language is not English must have an IELTS (or equivalent including TOEFL) score of 6.0 with no band score lower than 5.5.
Under 20 years of age
For international applicants under 20 years of age who do not hold NCEA, International Academic Qualifications Entry Criteria apply.
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