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2 Months
Credential Awarded
Seneca College Certificate

About the Program

ELI 321, the advanced module of the TESL Training program, builds on the basic principles and techniques of second language acquisition covered in ELI 317 and provides you with the knowledge and skills to deliver student-centered, context-appropriate lessons that strategically develop learner's communicative competence and reflect understanding of language acquisition factors, advanced language skill development, testing and assessment, and technology enhanced language learning. Participants receive a minimum of 130 hours of intensive classroom instruction, 20 hours of online instruction, and five hours of guided observation and 10 hours of supervised practice teaching. Successful completion of TESL 2 entitles students to a Certificate of Standing in Teaching English as a Second/Foreign Language and eligibility to apply for TESL Canada Standard 2 accreditation and TESL Ontario Accreditation.