The CELTA Course Trainee Book

The CELTA Course Trainee Book

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By (author) Scott Thornbury, By (author) Peter Watkins

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  • Publisher: CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
  • Format: Paperback | 216 pages
  • Dimensions: 188mm x 244mm x 14mm | 458g
  • Publication date: 30 September 2007
  • Publication City/Country: Cambridge
  • ISBN 10: 0521692067
  • ISBN 13: 9780521692069
  • Edition: Student edition
  • Edition statement: Student Manual/Study Guide
  • Sales rank: 23,315

Product description

The CELTA Course is the only CELTA preparation course endorsed by Cambridge ESOL. It provides full coverage of the CELTA syllabus in a ready-to-use course. The CELTA Course is divided into user-friendly sections: * Input sessions (40 units on 'The learners and their contexts', 'Classroom teaching', 'Language awareness', and 'Professional development') * Teaching practice * Classroom observation * Written assignments and tutorials * 'Resource file' The Trainee Book includes a range of material to be used in input sessions, helpful advice about the course, and a wealth of useful reference material. The Trainer's Manual includes suggestions on how to best use the material with trainees, as well as help and advice on how to prepare trainees for teaching practice, lesson observations, written assessment and tutorials.

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Scott Thornbury is Associate Professor on the MA TESOL program at the New School in New York, and has an MA (TEFL) from the University of Reading. His previous experience includes teaching and training in Egypt, UK, Spain, and in his native New Zealand. He has written extensively on areas of language and methodology, his most recent books being Beyond the Sentence: An Introduction to Discourse Analysis, and An A-Z of ELT (both Macmillan), Natural Grammar (OUP) which won a British Council ELT Innovations Award in 2004, and Grammar (OUP), which earned a special mention in the English Speaking Union awards for 2006, and Conversation: From Description to Pedagogy (with Diana Slade, CUP). He is currently the series editor of the Cambridge Handbooks for Language Teachers (CUP). He divides his time between New York and Barcelona.