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Explore the core curriculum, specialization units and extended curriculum, designed by the University of Toronto Faculty of Education (OISE).
Core Curriculum (100 hours)
- Unit One – An Introduction to English Language Teaching (10 hours)
- Unit Two – Teaching Language Skills (25 hours)
- Unit Three – Adapting Subject-Specific Content (10 hours)
- Unit Four – Structuring and Delivering Lessons (20 hours)
- Unit Five – Managing Your Teaching Environment (25 hours)
- Unit Six – Resources and Materials (10 hours)
Specialization Units (Exclusive to 120 and 150-hour courses)
The 120 and 150-hour TEFL courses allow teachers to choose two specialization units. These allow teachers to focus their training on the areas most relevant to their careers.
Areas of specialization include the following:
- Teaching English to Korean Speakers
- Teaching English to Arabic Speakers
- Teaching English to Mandarin Speakers (Chinese)
- Teaching English to Young Learners
- Teaching Test Preparation Courses
- Teaching Business English
- Digital Technology in the Classroom
- Learner-centered Lessons
- Teaching Abroad
Extended Core Curriculum (Exclusive to 150-hour Premium TEFL)
The 150-hour Premium TEFL course includes your choice of two specialization units as well as the following additional core curriculum units:
- Digital Technology in the Classroom (10 hours)
- Learner-Centered Lessons (10 hours)
- Teaching abroad (10 hours)
Frequently Asked Questions
When can I start the course?
Any time you choose! There are no fixed enrollment dates for the course and you can begin the course as soon as you enroll.
What are the prerequisites to enroll in this course?
There are no prerequisites to enroll in the OISE TEFL course, enrollment can be completed at any time and you can begin the course instantly!
Is there a teaching practicum with this course?
No. There are no live or in-class components to the OISE TEFL course and no teaching practicum.
Note: A practicum is not a requirement for most ESL jobs. Teaching practice completed as part of a TEFL course does not count towards years of full-time teaching experience when applying to jobs.
Is this course accredited?
TEFL courses are not accredited. While institutions or universities can be accredited, there is no official external accrediting or evaluation body to govern the standards of Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) courses.
This TEFL course was designed by the University of Toronto Faculty of Education (OISE), an internationally recognized university that’s ranked as one of the top 20 universities in the world. Upon completion of the course, graduates receive a certificate issued by the University of the Toronto Faculty of Education (OISE).
TEFL vs TESL vs TESOL...what’s the difference?
The terms TEFL, TESL and TESOL refer to similar, but distinct, ESL teaching qualifications. For more information on these commonly used acronyms please visit our post on the differences between TEFL, TESL and TESOL.
*Teach Away considers a 100-hour TEFL course to be the minimum requirement for teaching jobs which require a TEFL certification. While there is no international standard, most international schools will only accept TEFL courses with a minimum of 100 hours of course work.