Our Teaching One-to-One course gives you the skills and confidence to teach students in a one-to-one scenario in a principled and efective manner.
During the course, you will learn to:
- examine the similarities / differences between teaching groups & teaching one-to-one
- think about what makes an effective one-to-one teacher
- consider the importance of needs analysis and how best to prepare to teach one-to-one
- evaluate methods of sourcing materials and resources for your one-to-one student
- look at how to design a one-to-one course based on your needs analysis
- critically examine a range of one-to-one teaching techniques
- think about different methods of delivering classes (f2f, online, via Skype/phone, etc.)
- look at how to deal with error correction and feedback
- consider the importance of getting feedback & course evaluations from your students
- What is one-to-one teaching?
- What makes a good 1to1 teacher?
- Preparation and needs analysis
- Materials and resources
- Designing a course
Certified & Assured
All our courses are quality assured by AQUEDUTO – the Association for Quality Education & Training Online | The CertIBET is also quality assured by English UK – the national association of language centres in the UK, and awarded by LanguageCert – the next generation in language qualification | Our eModeration course is recommended for CELTA Online tutors by Cambridge English.
Blended Teaching 1:1
The Blended Teaching 1:1 course is offered ‘on demand’ only. Our ‘On Demand’ courses are available to groups of six participants or more. For more information, please use this form to add yourself to the waiting list or to make an enquiry about the possibility of running it for your institution.
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- Teaching one to one (British Council article)
- One-to-one: Teaching tips – Ten practical tips
- Teaching English One-on-One
- Why adult learners of English can benefit from coaching.