140 hour Certificate in TEFL/TESOL Plus with Online Teaching Practice OLD

$727.04 $366.86

Teach English to adults or young learners anywhere in the world, online or in a classroom! The INTESOL accredited 140 hour Certificate in TESOL Plus with Online Teaching Practice qualifies you to teach in any setting, anywhere in the world.


Teach English to adults or young learners anywhere in the world, online or in a classroom! The INTESOL accredited 140 hour Certificate in TEFL/TESOL Plus with Online Teaching Practice qualifies you to teach in any setting, anywhere in the world. With this qualification you can apply for positions online or in class. You will be fully equipped with all the skills that are in high demand by TEFL/TESOL employers. You will learn the best ways to make your lessons enjoyable and worthwhile, ensuring that everyone’s experience is a rewarding one.

Course Aims

The overall aim of the 140 hour Certificate in TEFL/TESOL Plus with Online Teaching Practice is to provide a sound introduction to TESOL and prepare you for teaching in the real world.

The course contains units on teaching English to young learners and teaching English online. This additional knowledge will not only be invaluable to you when you begin teaching, it also means you’ll be able to demonstrate specific skills that are in high demand by TEFL/TESOL employers. We’ll make sure you stand out from the crowd!

INTESOL Worldwide has been training teachers of EFL/ESOL for more than 27 years and is well known and respected in the TEFL/TESOL industry. This means your TEFL/TESOL certification will be instantly recognised internationally as being of excellent quality.

The 140 Hour TEFL/TESOL Plus with Online Teaching Practice course is externally accredited, meaning the content and teaching methods have been scrutinised externally to meet and exceed industry standards. This means you can be sure you’ll participate in a fruitful learning experience.

Your tutor will be an experienced teacher trainer holding a Masters in TEFL/TESOL as a minimum qualification. They will offer you all the support and feedback you need to achieve your full potential.


No prior qualifications or experience are required. Fluent English, determination and willingness to learn are all you need.

Course Structure

Unit 1: Study Skills (not assessed)

How best to organise your study time

Unit 2: The Study of English

Module 1 – Inductive and Deductive Analysis and use of grammars – parts of speech and grammatical terminology – the tense system, reported speech, active and passive
Module 2 – Elements of pronunciation: intonation including rising and falling tones, sentence stress, weak forms – sounds of the language/phonology; word stress, schwa sound, phonemic chart – teaching a ‘pronunciation point’
Module 3 – Lexis selection: frequency and appropriacy – lexis formation: synonyms and antonyms, word stems, parts of speech including prefixes and suffixes

Unit 3: The Teaching and Learning of EFL/ESOL

Module 1 – Overview of EFL/ESOL issues – being a caring teacher, involving students, using realistic language, keeping the students interested, teacher talking time, correction, levels in EFL/ESOL teaching, visual aids, use of mother tongue; teaching for exams: Professional English Examinations; the role of grammar, classroom techniques, one to one teaching
Module 2 – Becoming familiar with the four primary language skills, identifying a range of skills needed for successful listening and reading, understanding some of the problems students experience when speaking and writing, knowing ways of training learners to develop the four skills, planning a receptive and productive skills lesson.

Module 3 – Errors – Recognising and, understanding why students make errors, preparing useful remedial exercises.

Module 4 – Understanding the overall aim of TEFL/TESOL, facilitating communication, classroom management techniques which encourage students to listen, speak and learn, understanding the importance of ‘need first’ teaching, recognising a variety of aids and being able to prepare your own aids.

Module 5 – knowing the importance of dividing an EFL/ESOL lesson into separate stages, understanding the role of the teacher at each stage, understanding the importance of adequate planning, writing a detailed lesson plan, bringing about and recognising student progress. 

Unit 4: Teaching Online

Module 1 – Working for an online school, finding a good online school, building a strong client base, approaching a diagnostic lesson, choosing a suitable working platform, marketing yourself, creating your own website, planning your online TEFL/TESOL business

Module 2 – Understanding why it is important to design a long-term plan for your online course, practise planning a course, have the links to some useful sources of materials for your course, creating your own materials and the kind of materials you can create 

Unit 5: Teaching Young Learners

Module 1 – Understanding how young learners are different from older learners and how it may affect your actions in the classroom or online, motivating your young students, managing a class of young learners including how to deal with discipline problems, group students and give instructions

Module 2 – Understanding what kinds of activities are suitable for a young learners class, know the difference between settlers and stirrers, know how to plan a lesson for young learners

Unit 6: Teaching Practice

Observation sessions. 

Unit 7: Teaching Practice

Lesson Planning.
Observed, assessed teaching & feedback sessions.

Online Teaching Practice

A low-cost, time effective format and accessible by anyone wherever they are in the world is the INTESOL online TP. All you need is a computer, webcam, headset and fast internet connection (see below for technical requirements). You will be given lessons to prepare. Your lesson plans and materials will be emailed to the Director of Studies in the school whose students you will be teaching.

You will be asked to suggest dates, and lessons will be arranged at times mutually convenient for you and the school. You will be able to decide whether to do your lessons on the same or different days. You will also have the option of planning and delivering just one group initially so that you can draw on the experience to plan the following group. You will be expected to plan 6 lessons of 40 minutes each, 3 at elementary level and 3 at a different level. You will be sent details of the lessons you must plan.

The INTESOL Online Teaching Practice is a totally flexible, convenient method of earning a CELTA/Trinity equivalent TESOL qualification COMPLETELY ONLINE! 

What You Will Need for the Online Teaching Practice

– Wired internet / webcam / headset

– Minimum Internet speed requirements: Upload 10Mbps+/ Download 25Mbps+.

Duration of the Course

The length of time it takes to complete the TEFL/TESOL course depends on your other commitments. There are approximately 140 hours of work in the course. As a general guideline most students complete the course in approximately 8 weeks. You have 6 months to complete the course, however if you require more time this can be arranged before the 6 months expires.

Award of Certificate

Certificates are graded as follows:

A1 – Distinction
A2 – Excellent
B1 – Very Good
B2 – Good
C – Pass

*Please note you can choose either TEFL or TESOL for your certification.