Teaching Practice

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One of the most essential elements of any teacher training course is teaching practice. This is one of the benefits of doing a course like the Cambridge CELTA. All candidates on a CELTA course must teach a minimum of 6 hours across 2 distinct levels. This helps to give the trainees the confidence and experience they will need to perform in their new careers.

At LTTC Japan, our trainees got off to a great start with the groups being split into upper intermediate (B2 CEFR) and pre intermediate (B1 CEFR) and their teaching practice started on the second day of the course.

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This gives the trainees the opportunity to try out the techniques they have learnt in their input sessions and to build a rapport with their students. It is great to see everyone enjoying this aspect of the course!

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Lexis TESOL Training Centres (RTO:41778, CRICOS: 03459G) run teacher training and vocational (VET)* courses including the Cambridge CELTA, 10429NAT Certificate IV in TESOL  and BSB30115 Certificate III in Business  across it’s it’s Noosa*, Sunshine Coast*, Byron Bay*, Brisbane*, Perth*, Japan and Korea campuses. For more information contact lttc@lexisenglish.com or visit http://www.lexistesoltraining.com
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