Affordable US accredited TESOL and TEFL certification

Affordable US accredited TESOL certification and TEFL certification

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Accredited TESOL certification World TEFL School is a brand new approach to getting your accredited International certificate in TESOL and TEFL because we know that the world has changed.

We set ourselves 4 critical challenges:

  1. Make an affordable accredited online TESOL course.
  2. Ensure the accredited TESOL certification is high-quality.
  3. Make the course easy to use.
  4. Help you get a teaching job.

Keep reading, visit our help desk for more information or take our free course preview to check our quality.

An affordable online TEFL certification course

We know that the world has changed over the last year. We understand that paying a lot of money for an accredited TESOL certification course is not something that everyone can do. We wanted to make a budget-friendly, no regrets priced course.

We dug deep into our experience and expertise. We decided that we have enough knowledge about becoming an excellent TESOL and TEFL trained teacher and we have the technical skills to create an affordable TEFL course.

Using our know-how and experience, we have made the WTS Advanced Certificate in TESOL and TEFL as affordable and high-quality as we can.

At 30 Euros, we think that you will find us hard to beat.

A high-quality accredited online TESOL certification course

Our WTS Advanced Certificate in TESOL and TEFL course is made by Trinity CertTESOL trainers and accredited by the prestigious American International TEFL Accreditation Council.

For these two reasons, our course content is excellent.

An easy to use TEFL course

Our WTS Advanced Certificate in TESOL and TEFL course runs in Moodle, possibly the best training technology platform in the world.

You get access to the course through our website. Everything you need is in the course.

When you complete the course, we email you your certificate, you can download it and if you want, you can order a printed hardcopy from us.

Your WTS Advanced Certificate in TESOL and TEFL certificate has a unique code allowing all schools to check that you have an authentic WTS certificate.

Helping you get a teaching job

The WTS Advanced Certificate in TESOL and TEFL course includes a FREE lifetime, worldwide job service. If you'd like to know more, check out the jobs section in our help desk. WTS makes you attractive to schools because you get accredited online TESOL certification.

What is in the WTS TEFL course?

You get the following:

  1. A 160-hour self-study online TEFL course
  2. A downloadable copy of your WTS Advanced Certificate in TESOL and TEFL certificate
  3. The WTS FREE lifetime, worldwide job placement service
  4. Instruction about how to use ZOOM as an online classroom
  5. A job workshop on how to get an English teaching job and how to pass an English teaching job interview
  6. A list of English teaching reference books
  7. Links to high-quality internet English teaching resources
  8. Ready to use classroom handouts and audio files
  9. Lesson planning templates
  10. Ready to use lesson plans for beginner, intermediate and advanced level learners
  11. Observation of English teachers in action on video

Course units

The WTS Advanced TEFL Certificate Course has ten units. Working full-time, you should be able to complete the course in a couple of weeks.

  • Unit 1 – Learning styles – general issues about the learning cycle, different student types, and various learning models.
  • Unit 2 – Motivation – touches on the different types of motivation techniques and issues in the classroom and the teacher’s responsibility.
  • Unit 3 – Classroom interaction and management – discusses techniques and theories behind discipline in the classroom. It also looks at teacher behaviour and practical classroom management techniques.
  • Unit 4 – How to teach English grammar – introduces basic grammar concepts and guidelines for presenting and teaching grammar.
  • Unit 5 – How to teach vocabulary – introduces basic vocabulary concepts and guidelines for presenting and teaching vocabulary.
  • Unit 6 – How to teach reading and writing – looks at examples for teaching two of the so-called “four skills” – reading and writing.
  • Unit 7 – How to teach speaking and listening – looks at examples for teaching two of the so-called “four skills” – listening and speaking.
  • Unit 8 – How to plan effective lessons – looks at lesson structure: language learning, presenting material, explanations and instructions. Explains the lesson planning process and why a plan is necessary. You will also find examples of lesson plans and activities to use in class for students of all levels.
  • Unit 9 – The teacher in action – observe and analyse TEFL teachers in action.
  • Unit 10 – Information, resources and jobs – information about jobs, job prospects, teaching resources, how to use ZOOM as a virtual classroom and other useful information.

Course syllabus


Unit 1 – Learning styles

  • Section 1 – The learning cycle and types of learners
  • Section 2 – Teaching models that have influenced current teaching methods
  • Review lesson 1 – Learning and teaching models
  • Section 3 – Introduction to the lesson structure and presentation
  • Section 4 – Presenting explanations and instructions
  • Review lesson 2 – Lesson structure and presenting
  • Section 5 – What we know about language learning
  • Section 6 – How engage, study and activate (ESA) fit together in lesson sequences
  • Review lesson 3 – Language learning and ESA
  • Unit 1 – End of unit test

Unit 2 – Motivation

  • Section 1 – Motivation
  • Section 2 – The teacher’s responsibility
  • Section 3 – Extrinsic motivation
  • Section 4 – Intrinsic motivation and interest
  • Section 5 – Fluctuations in student interest
  • Review lesson 4 – Motivation
  • Unit 2 – End of unit test

Unit 3 – Classroom interaction and management

  • Section 1 – Introduction to classroom interaction and management
  • Review lesson 5 – Classroom interaction and management
  • Section 2 – Classroom interaction
  • Review lesson 6 – The classroom
  • Section 3 – Asking questions
  • Review lesson 7 – Asking questions
  • Section 4 – Concept checking
  • Review lesson 8 – Concept checking
  • Section 5 – Giving feedback
  • Review lesson 9 – Giving feedback
  • Section 6 – Classroom discipline
  • Review lesson 10 – Classroom discipline
  • Section 7 – Teacher language, drilling and board work
  • Review lesson 11 – Teacher language, drilling and board work
  • Unit 3 – End of unit test

Unit 4 – How to teach English grammar

  • Section 1 – What is grammar?
  • Section 2 – Presenting and explaining grammar
  • Section 3 – Present simple
  • Section 3 Quiz – Present simple – Exercises 1 to 5
  • Section 4 – Present continuous
  • Section 4 Quiz – Present continuous – Exercises 6 to 11
  • Section 5 – Past simple and continuous
  • Section 5 Quiz – Past simple and continuous – Exercises 12 to 15
  • Section 6 – Past perfect simple and continuous
  • Section 6 Quiz – Past perfect simple and continuous – Exercises 16 to 19
  • Section 7 – Present perfect simple
  • Section 7 Quiz – Present perfect simple – Exercises 20 to 24
  • Section 8 – Present perfect continuous
  • Section 8 Quiz – Present perfect continuous – Exercises 25 to 26
  • Section 9 – Future
  • Section 9 Quiz – Future – Exercises 27 to 34
  • Section 10 – Conditionals
  • Section 10 Quiz – Conditionals – Exercises 35 to 41

Unit 5 – How to teach vocabulary

  • Section 1 – Presenting new vocabulary
  • Section 2 – Ideas for vocabulary work in class
  • Section 3 – Remembering vocabulary
  • Review lesson 12 – Teaching vocabulary
  • Unit 5 – End of unit test

Unit 6 – How to teach reading and writing

  • Section 1 – What is really involved in reading?
  • Review lesson 13 – What is really involved in reading?
  • Section 2 – Real-life reading in the classroom
  • Review lesson 14 – Real-life reading in the classroom
  • Section 3 – What do reading sequences look like?
  • Section 4 – Reading activities
  • Section 5 – Written versus spoken text
  • Review lesson 15 – Written versus spoken text
  • Section 6 – Tasks that stimulate writing
  • Section 7 – More writing activities
  • Section 8 – How to use written and spoken material in class
  • Unit 6 – End of unit test

Unit 7 – How to teach speaking and listening

  • Section 1 – Practice for verbal fluency
  • Review lesson 16 – Verbal fluency
  • Section 2 – The functions of topic and task
  • Section 3 – Roleplay and related techniques
  • Section 4 – What do speaking activities look like?
  • Section 5 – Speaking activities
  • Section 6 – What is really involved in real-life listening?
  • Section 7 – Real-Life listening in the classroom
  • Review lesson 17 – Listening
  • Section 8 – What do listening sequences look like?
  • Section 9 – Listening activities
  • Section 10 – Phonology and pronunciation
  • Section 11 – Example games/exercises for pronunciation
  • Section 12 – How to use written and spoken material in class
  • Unit 7 – End of unit test

Unit 8 – How to plan effective lessons

  • Section 1 – How do I plan my lessons effectively?
  • Section 2 – Different lesson components
  • Section 3 – Critique of a sample lesson plan
  • Section 4 – What are the best kinds of lesson?
  • Section 5 – Ideas for planning lessons for different age groups
  • Section 6 – Classroom activities
  • Optional practical lesson planning exercises
  • Download lesson plan templates
  • List of suggested lesson plan topics
  • Samples of lesson plans

Unit 9 – The teacher in action

  • Section 1 – Teacher observation exercise 1
  • Section 2 – Teacher observation exercise 2
  • Section 3 – Teacher observation exercise 3
  • Section 4 – Teacher observation exercise 4

Unit 10 – Information, resources and jobs

  • Section 1 – Jobs
  • Section 2 – Teaching
  • Section 3 – Employment resources
  • Section 4 – Video tutorial about the ZOOM meeting control panel
  • Section 5 – Video tutorial about how to share material in your ZOOM virtual classroom
  • Section 6 – Video tutorial about how to use ZOOM breakout rooms to group your students
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