CELTA: facts and figures

CELTA: facts and figures

CELTA, Certificate of English Language Teaching to Adults, is an initial teacher training qualification for teaching English as a second or foreign language (ESL and EFL). It is provided by Cambridge English Language Assessment through authorised Cambridge English Teaching Qualification centres and can be taken anywhere in the world. CELTA gives equal emphasis to theory and practice. The strong practical element demonstrates to employers that successful candidates have the skills to succeed in the classroom. Candidates who successfully complete the course can start working in a variety of English language teaching contexts around the world.






Preparation reading list:

The CELTA Course trainee book, S.Thornbury, P.Watkins
The Practice of English Language Teaching, J. Harmer, Longman
Learning Teaching: A guidebook for English language teachers Paperback. J. Scrivener. Macmillan
Practical English Usage, M. Swan, OUP
Grammar for English Language Teachers, M. Parrott, CUP
Teaching English Grammar. What to Teach and How to Teach it, J. Scrivener, Macmillan
Learner English: A Teacher’s Guide to Interference and other Problems. M. Swan
Classroom management techniques. M. Swan

 

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