- Explore different methodologies, materials, and technologies
- Learn more about language and theories of second language learning
- Engage in meaningful interactions with Canadian and International colleagues
- Immerse yourself in English and Montreal culture.
The program provides an integrated curriculum of courses, workshops, and supervised student teaching organized around six, one-week units
- Foreign Language Experience
- Language Awareness
- Student Profile
- Teaching Techniques
- Teaching Practice and Observation
- Materials Project
The Language System of English
Discuss theories on the origins of language; compare writing systems; experience how sounds are produced (phonology), how sound patterns make up the English language (phonetics), how words are formed (morphology), sentences are structured (syntax), meaning is conveyed (semantics) and languages are used (pragmatics).
Teaching, Learning and Assessing
Talk about how languages are learned, how the four skills (reading, writing, listening & speaking) fit into a model of communicative competence, and what all of this means for designing classroom activities and assessing student performance.
Language Classroom Practices
Learn how to plan lessons, design activities, and assess learners. Become familiar with techniques for promoting interaction, providing feedback, utilizing textbooks, developing one’s own materials, dealing with mixed ability level groups, incorporating strategy training in lessons, and managing a classroom.
Student Teaching Practicum
Gain hours of supervised team-student teaching. Participants have an opportunity to implement the materials they have developed and the concepts they have learned over the week, as well as receive feedback from experienced teachers. *For more details on the content of this program, you may contact our TESOL Department and ask for the TESOL booklet.
University BA, BSc. or equivalent for those who need Standard Level 1 teaching from TESL Canada Federation. or If you do not have a Bachelor’s degree:
- If the applicant does not have a university degree and wishes to register for this program, she/he will be accepted, but is not eligible for standard level 1 certification from TESL Canada. The graduates will receive their certificate from Canada College of Health and Business, enabling them to teach ESL courses anywhere in the world. The only difference is that those without a Bachelor’s degree are not eligible to teach TESOL courses.
How To Apply?
We have rolling admissions, so we encourage you to apply now.
- If you are an international student requiring a visa, you should submit your application and all supporting documents as soon as you can to allow sufficient time to process your visa request. See Special Instructions for International Students below.
- Official copies of your college transcripts should be sent directly to the program coordinator: Ms. Daïnn Legris.
- We are happy to accept unofficial copies of your transcripts attached to your application pending the receipt of official ones. A non-refundable $50 fee should accompany your application.
- Your tuition balance is due upon arrival to attend the first session.
- We accept cheques drawn on Canadian or U.S. banks. Cheques should be written payable to: Canada College of Health and Business.
- Credit Cards, Interac, and Money Order are all accepted as well.
INTERNATIONAL STUDENT INFORMATION
In most cases, since most programs last less than six months, you do not need to apply for a student visa; a visitor’s visa would be enough.
- Apply directly through the Certificate Program.
- Visa processing takes several weeks, so we suggest you apply to the program at least 6 months before the program start date. If your English proficiency is not at the level required to enroll in the TESOL program, you may take certain English courses and meet the requirement set by TESL CANADA prior to registration in the TESOL Certificate Program.
- All scores should be sent to the TESOL department. Since it can take several weeks to receive your score and we cannot accept you without the required proof of English proficiency. Please find detailed information regarding TESL Canada’s English Language Proficiency Requirements:
|English Lang Proficiency Tests||Score – Program Trainees|
|TOEFL iBT||Overall 101 with a minimum of 23 in Listening, 24 in Reading, 27 in Speaking and 27 in Writing|
|IELTS Academic||Overall 7 with a minimum of 7 in each skill area|
|*IELTS Indicator will be accepted as a valid proof of English Language Proficiency until F2F testing centres reopen||Overall 7 with a minimum of 7 in each skill area|
|Or completion of an undergraduate degree from an English-speaking university in one of the following countries: Canada, Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Australia, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Benin, Bermuda, Botswana, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Cameroon, Dominica, Ghana, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica, Montserrat, Nigeria, New Zealand, Republic of Ireland, Saint Kitts-Nevis, St. Lucia, St.Vincent, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Trinidad and Tobago, Turks and Caicos Islands, United Kingdom, United States, Uganda, US Virgin Islands, Zambia, Zimbabwe.|
- Take the test as soon as possible and send us an unofficial photocopy of your score with your application (or shortly thereafter). We will begin processing your application with your unofficial score while we wait for your official score. Canada College of Health and Business TOEFL code is 0173.
Recognized by TESL Canada
Notes:Students who have already completed our TESOL Certification are eligible to enroll into our Diploma program. Courses already completed during their certification will be taken into account. We encourage our past students to apply for the TESOL Diploma by contacting our college to start their admission process. Duration: 290 hours.
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Montreal, QC, H2L 1L3
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