four week TEFL Course

Thailand TEFL Academy Course Overview

Are you curious as to what our course looks like? Well, you’ve come to the right place! The following information is provided to give prospective and future students an overview of what to expect from the exciting four week course. Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact us directly!

First and foremost, it's our goal to ensure you have the best experience possible during your time at the Thailand TEFL Academy. We definitely take time to have fun throughout the course - after all, shouldn't teaching and learning be fun? It's also our goal to educate our students to the best of their abilities so they leave our TEFL family with the satisfaction that they just received the best TEFL training experience possible. When students leave our campus, it's our goal for them to be extremely confident in their abilities to not only teach children, but adults alike. 

The syllabus consists of specific topics covered throughout your training at the Thailand TEFL Academy, a course in Thai cultural awareness, one written assignment, numerous peer observations, multiple assessments given to gauge areas each student should focus on prior to our final exam, career development and resume writing, and the six+ hours of teaching practices. 

The Thailand TEFL Academy’s Certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign Language to speakers of other languages (TEFL certification)  is awarded to candidates who have completed the course and who have met all the criteria for all written and practical assignments. Final grades are determined by a multi-tiered approach based on the student’s overall final exam as well as observed teaching practices, assignments, and other weighted classroom related activities.

You will receive in-depth training on the following topics:

  • The Teaching Process 
  • PPP Lesson Plan for Children 
  • Adult Teaching Practices
  • Teaching Pronunciation
  • Teaching Vocabulary
  • Teaching Grammar
  • Teaching Speaking, Listening, Reading, and Writing 
  • Classroom Interaction
  • Classroom Discipline
  • Lesson Preparation
  • Methodologies 
  • Effective Career Search and Resume Writing Techniques