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 and course evaluations from 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.
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- Nunan, D., 1988 The Learner-Centered Curriculum, Cambridge University Press
- Osborne, P., 2015, Teaching English One to One, Pavilion Publishing
- Starr, J., 2011, The Coaching Manual, Pearson
- Wilberg, P., 1987, One-to-One: A Teachers’ Handbook, Heinle ELT
- Wisniewska, I., 2010, Learning One-to-One, Cambridge University Press
- 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.