Coursebooks and materials - Worksheets and workcards


Next, a couple of issues surrounding the use of worksheets and workcards. Firstly, these types of materials can either be bought or they could be made by yourself. Very often many of the book series that we use will have workcards in their teacher resource book. Worksheets and workcards are very useful because they can act as a prompt to introduce an activity or topic. They can also be used for role plays and one of the things you need to be aware of when making worksheets and workcards yourself is that you need to make them durable. So whenever you create a workcard, if you put it on some hard backing and then put it inside some cellophane or covered plastic just to make them durable then those types of workcards and worksheets can last for years. So examples of worksheets and workcards we may have in our teachers resource book is quite possible that we may have some worksheets actually given inside there and workcards that we can use as activity sheets and things like games. This is an example of snakes and ladders that we can use with our students to create language. So worksheets and workcards are very very useful.

Below you can read feedback from an ITTT graduate regarding one section of their online TEFL certification course. Each of our online courses is broken down into concise units that focus on specific areas of English language teaching. This convenient, highly structured design means that you can quickly get to grips with each section before moving onto the next.

It was useful to refresh my knowledge in grammar. I completely forgot the topic of transitive and intransitive verbs from my Institute course. Other parts weren`t unknown because we`ve learnt them not so far with my students. The tasks were really useful. I`ll use the list of irregular verbs for my classes. Also it was important to observe the grammar.Unit first aims to briefly overview the course of Teaching English to Young Learners. It starts from discussing the content of the course and explaining how the course works. We learn that the goal of the course is to study ideas and methodologies with reference to young learners. The chapter defines a young learner as anyone between 5 and 13 years old.

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