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CELTA – CERTIFICATE IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING TO ADULTS I

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CELTA – CERTIFICATE IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING TO ADULTS INTERNATIONAL HOUSE BUDAPEST
2 SEPTEMBRIE-27, 2013
What is CELTA?
The Cambridge CELTA is the most widely recognised initial qualification in teaching English as a foreign language.

Recognised by language schools in dozens of countries around the world.

Over 10,000 candidates/year each year.
Approved and moderated by Cambridge English Language
Assessment, part of the world famous University of Cambridge.


The course will:
introduce you to the principles of effective teaching
help you understand more about the English language
provide you with a range of practical skills for teaching English to adult learners
give you hands-on teaching practice with real students
build your confidence in the classroom.

What is a typical day like on the full time CELTA course?

11:45-14:30 Seminars and workshops. The trainers give practical input sessions.15 MIN. BREAK
On some days you also do observation of experienced teachers in their classes.
14:30-15:30 Lunch break
15:30-17:00 Feedback and ALP (Assisted Lesson Preparation). 
17:30-20:00 Teaching Practice.Your group of 6 teacher trainees teach a class of students learning English


3 USA
3 UK
1 CANADA
1 AUSTRALIA
3 HUNGARY
1 RO

SPEAKING ACTIVITY ABOUT HOLIDAYS IN GROUPS OF THREE:
Who are you most like?
Who are you most unlike?

Hands-on practical activities
Blockbuster grid

JAF JUST A FRIEND
JAT JUST A THOUGHT
PLV POUR LA VIE
SM SOULMATE
RSVP
RFTS REACH FOR THE STARS

Past Perfect
SPEAKING ACTIVITY ABOUT HOLIDAYS IN GROUPS OF THREE








Postcards

Backpack

Beach

Mountains

Photos

Romance

Luxury

Travel alone

Last minute packing

Guidebook

Who are you most like?
Who are you most unlike?






PYRAMID DISCUSSION
What two objects you would always take with you when on holiday?

ME
STUDENT 2
STUDENT 1
PELMANISM

TRUE LOVE LASTS FOREVER
WHY YES OR WHY NO???
Relationship verbs
Complete the sentences with the following words:

LOVE OUT COMMON SPLIT DATE
ARGUMENT GO CRAZY


1. Mary asked Tom, her husband to play with the kids but he said he wanted to watch the match. As they could not agree they had an argument about ……………………

2. People say that relationships are strong when partners have a lot to talk and share the same likes. So you should have a lot in ………………. with the person that you will spend your life with.

3. Mary got a job in New York but John just didn’t want to move as he never liked the city so they ………. up.

4. Friday night a new movie is out so Tom decided to go on a ……………… to the cinema.

5. He loved her a lot so much as Mary was the woman he has waited all of his life. He was ………………….. about her.

6. Do you know Romeo and Juliet? They were in……………. with each other.

7. He liked her and decided it was time to make the first step and asked her …………

8. Back in high school they liked one another so in their teens they used to …..out in their teens.


8 but it was not long before they ……………


9 ....................................for good..

7and started …………….

They got back together

5 They……….. something and she didn’t want to marry him.

Since they 6

4 and she……….. him.

3 He………..

Give for each picture the corresponding relationship verb.

He 1 (ask)……………………….…and they
2................to the cinema

Answer the following questions:

1. Imagine that you can ask out anyone you would like!!! Who would you choose ?

2. Describe a funny/exciting event that happened when you went on a date?

3. Are people happier when they fall/ are in love or when someone is crazy about them? Which do you prefer?

4. Some say that having a lot in common is good while others believe opposing attracts? What do you think?

5. If you had a friend who had just split up and was very unhappy how would you help get over it?


Grammar 1:
He’s just left.

Convey the meaning: I am a parent and my child smoked at school so the head master wanted to see me the next day at 2p.m. (As there was traffic I got there by 2:10 p.m and) the secretary told me that he left school minutes ago.
Her words were: „He’s just left”.

Did he leave a long time ago or minutes ago? Minutes ago.
Does this action has a connection to present? Yes.

Checking Meaning:
Was he at school? Yes

Is he still at school? No

Did the action finish short or long before I got to school? Short.
T. draws a line representing NOW and asks the CCQ in order to reach this timeline:
________________X________│_________

Grammar 2:
If only I had enough money.

b)
Conveying the meaning
I am here in Budapest walking along Vaci street and I see a 50.000 HUF watch. I am very sad because I do not have that money to buy that beautiful watch and I say: If only I had enough money to buy the watch.

„If only” expresses strongly the idea that the situation wished for does not exist.

Grammar 3:
I’m getting used to...

b)
Conveying the meaning
: Imagine that you’ve recently moved to India. Of course, it takes a long time to become familiar with Indian food but the more you taste/eat of it, the more you like it.

c)
Checking the meaning
Were you familiar with spicy food when you first arrived ? No.
Are you now more familiar with spicy food? Yes.
Are you now happier about Indian food? Yes.

d) Form: I’m getting used to spicy food.
I am
S We, you, they are getting used to noun as (food, weather, heat ).
He, she, it is

Is this a factory?
Do people make or buy shoes?
Do many people work here?

Vocabulary: Factory
c) Checking understanding of meaning:
Is this a factory?

Is this a factory? Do people work or study here?

MOTHER SON

vs

E: Hi, Mum.
M: Oh, hello, Eddy.
E: I brought the car back. Thanks.
M: Did you put any petrol in it?
E: Sorry, I couldn’t. I’m a bit short of money and my rent is due on Friday.
You couldn’t lend me a couple of hundred, could you?
M:
It’s about time you found yourself a proper job
.
E: Acting is a proper job. …… Please, Mum, I’ll pay you back, I promise.
M: Oh, alright. 200£ you say?
E: Yeah, that would be great. Thanks.
M: But this time is the last time, Eddy and I’m serious.
It’s about time you grew up
. I
f you had a job, you wouldn’t have to borrow money from me all the time.



E:
I wish I could spare the time
,
Mum but you know with all these auditions I have to go to.
M: Yes, well, I hope you get something son. But still,
I wish you weren’t chasing
these impossible dreams.
E. What impossible dreams?
M: Oh, you know, dreams about becoming a film star.
E: Yeah, well actually, I’m hoping to hear from my agent soon. She hasn’t phoned, has she? I gave her your number.
M: She hasn’t. But what is wrong with your mobile? I lost it that’s why I gave her your number.
M: Oh,
I wish you’d take more care of your things.
How many is that you have lost?
E:Only two and the first one was stolen.
M: Anyway, I must go because I have to be at work by six. Oh
I wish I knew
where your father was. He needs the car later tonight.
Can you drive me and then bring the car back for dad?
E:
It’s time you got your own car
, Mum.
M: Yeah, well, when you pay me back all the money you owe me, I will be able to buy one, won’t I?

1. I wish I could spare the time.

Does the sentence talk about:
a). Things that happened in the past?
b). Imaginary situations in the present?

2.
I wish you weren’t chasing dreams.
Does the sentence talk about:
a). Things that happened in the past?
b). Imaginary situations in the present?

3.
I wish I knew where your father was.
Does the sentence talk about:
a). Things that happened in the past?
b). Imaginary situations in the present?

4.
I wish you’d take more care of your things.
Does the sentence talk about:
a). Things that happened in the past?
b). Imaginary situations in the present?


Form:
Which verb form follows I wish.... in each sentence?

5. It’s about time you found a job.
choose if it expresses
a) frustration that something has not happened yet
b) something that should happen now.

Which verb form follows

It’s (about) time + Subject + ___


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