Level7 Diploma in Teaching English to Speakers of other Languages

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DIPLOMA IN TEACHING | Level 7 Level 7 Diploma in Teaching English To Speakers of other Languages 60 credits These qualifications in Strategic Management have been developed to conform to the requirements of the RQF, to meet the requirements of higher education and employers, to meet the needs of learners and to respond to the needs of our centres. We provide a flexible route for learners who have already achieved management qualifications at a lower level and for learners who do not have business or management qualifications, but may have qualifications in other areas and/or prior management experience in the work place. These qualifications are designed to provide: Opportunities for learners to acquire knowledge and understanding and develop a range of skills, personal qualities and attitudes essential for successful performance in working life Specialisms that are directly related to learners’ current responsibilities or that meet a particular interest and support career development Opportunities for learners who wish to undertake a full time course of study leading to an Extended Diploma learners with the opportunity to acquire a broader range of knowledge and understanding and to develop the skills they require to work in the field of management

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www.LSIB.co.uk London School of International Business DIPLOMA MANAGEMENT | Level 5 DIPLOMA IN TEACHING | Level 7 About London School of International Business The world is changing but most schools are not – LSIB is different. We are a decade old institution offering a wide range of online degree and diplom courses to the students worldwide. We boast of over 10000 successful alumni from Asia/ Middle East to Australia, Africa to Europe and America. London School of International Business provides you an innovative approach to education. We deliver online pathway programmes with full Undergraduate and Postgraduate degrees and diplomas to the learners worldwide. Our course modules are designed in such a way that everyone can learn what they want, when they want and how they want. We provide 24/7 online learning platform with online course materials, e-library and live tutor support via chat. LSIB offers students with all the support they need to accomplish qualification and succeed in developing their personal and professional knowledge and skills. We strive to offer a supportive yet rigorous learning environment helping students to reach their potential and successfully achieve their career aspirations. We at LSIB pride ourselves in creating a professional and friendly environment for all who come to learn with us LSIB is accredited by various awarding bodies which are regulated by government's regulators such as OfQual - an Awarding Body by the UK Government's regulator and SCQF – Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework . OUR GOAL Provide flexible online learning which helps in achieving professional business qualifications anywhere and at any time and take the career to new heights. VISION Provide flexible online learning which helps in achieving professional business qualifications anywhere and at any time and take the career to new heights. VALUES To aim for Academic Excellence – To achieve our vision, we require that everyone at LSIB remains committed to the highest academics, professional and ethical standards in teaching and in the conduct of all day to day activities. To foster Creativity - Our education quality depends on a shared commitment to encourage the creation of new knowledge and preparing our students to make a positive impact in the global world.

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London School of International Business DIPLOMA MANAGEMENT | Level 5 DIPLOMA IN TEACHING | Level 7 Unit Title Level Credit GLH Mandatory Units Understanding Language, Methodology and Resources for 7 20 100 Teaching Developing Professional Practice 7 20 100 Optional Units (Learner must complete one unit from below to achieve this Qualification) Extending Practice and ELT Specialism 7 20 50 ELT Management 7 20 50 www.LSIB.co.uk

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www.LSIB.co.uk London School of International Business DIPLOMA MANAGEMENT | Level 5 DIPLOMA IN TEACHING | Level 7 Unit Specifications Unit Format Each unit in BAA’s suite of level 7 courses is presented in a standard format. This format provides guidance on the requirements of the unit for learners, tutors, assessors and external verifiers. Each unit has the following sections: Unit Title The unit title reflects the content of the unit. The title of each unit completed will appear on a learner's statement of results. Unit Aims The unit aims section summaries the content of the unit. All units and courses have a level assigned to them which represents the level of achievement. The level of each unit is informed by the level descriptors. Credit Value The credit value is the number of credits that may be awarded to a learner for the successful achievement of the learning outcomes of a unit. Guided Learning Hours (GLH) Guided learning hours are an indicative guide to the amount of input that a tutor will provide to a learner, to enable them to complete the unit. This includes lectures, tutorials and workshops and time spent by staff assessing learners' achievement when they are present. Learning Outcomes The learning outcomes set out what a learner is expected to know, understand or be able to do as the result of the learning process. Assessment Criteria The assessment criteria describe the requirements a learner is expected to meet in order to demonstrate that the learning outcome has been achieved. Command verbs reflect the level of the course.

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DIPLOMA IN TEACHING | Level 7 London School of International Business Understanding Language, Methodology and Resources for Teaching www.LSIB.co.uk Unit Title: Understanding Language, Methodology and Resources for Teaching Guided Learning Hours: 100 Levels: 7 Credits: 20 Unit grading system: Pass Unit purpose and aim(s): To provide the skills and techniques to analyse and control developing organisation vision and Strategic Direction Assessment Criteria Indicative Content The learner can: 1. Understand theories of first 1 . 1 Critically evaluate theories of first and second language acquisition. and second language 1 . 2 Critically review language teaching approaches associated with theories of acquisition. first and second language acquisition. 2. Understand approaches and 2 . 1 Critically compare methodological approaches. methodologies in English 2 . 2 Critically evaluate approaches, methodologies and techniques in different language teaching. contexts and learning environments. 3. Understand language 3 . 1 Analyse complex features of language in use, identifying lexis, grammar. systems, language skills and Functions, phonology and discourse. social processes. 3 . 2 Analyse the language skills, sub-skills and strategies needed by learners. 3 . 3 Critically analyse how language is used to form, maintain and transform identity (e.g. social, cultural, political or religious) and power relations. 4. Understand learners’ needs 4.1 A and challenges in n a ly se linguistic challenges experienced by learners with regard to specific aspects of language systems and language skills. 4.2 Review ways in which methodological choices in language systems and developing language and language skills development relate to learners’ characteristics and contexts. skills proficiency. 5. Be able to evaluate 5.1 Critically evaluate appropriate practical uses of teaching and learning teaching, learning and resources including new and emerging technologies reference material for learners of English. 6. Understand theories, 6.1 Explain the purposes of assessment. principles, roles and 6.2 Critically analyse the practical application of theories and methods of language principles of assessment. assessment. 6.3 Critically evaluate methods and tools of assessment.

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DIPLOMA IN TEACHING | Level 7 London School of International Business Developing Professional Practice www.LSIB.co.uk Unit Title: Guided Learning Hours: Levels: Credits: Unit grading system: Developing Professional Practice 10 7 20 Pass Assessment Criteria Learning Outcomes The learner can: 1. Understand English 1.1 Analyse the impact of English as a global language on learning and teaching. language learning contexts 1 . 2 Analyse the impact on learning and teaching of social, cultural and educational and factors impacting on differences, motivation and learner preferences and strategies. learning. 2. Be able to plan inclusive 2.1 Plan learning and teaching taking account of context and factors impacting on learning and teaching. learning. 2 . 2 Justify session plans which meet the aims and needs of individual learners. 3. Be able to deliver inclusive 3.1 Select and use practical classroom approaches and activities techniques and learning sessions. materials including new and emerging technologies to achieve specific learning goals. 3 . 2 Promote inclusive learning in different of learning environment. 3 . 3 Communicate effectively with learners. 3 . 4 Facilitate interaction between learners. 3 . 5 Provide constructive feedback to learners on their progress and achievement in language and skills development. 4. Be able to use resources for 4.1 Select resources including new and emerging technologies to promote inclusive learning and learning in specific contexts. 4.2 Use resources to promote learning and achievement. teaching. 4 . 3 Use ICT to its full potential in inclusive learning contexts. 4 . 4 Critically evaluate the effectiveness of materials and resources in the inclusive learning context. 5. Be able to reflect critically 5.1 Select criteria for critically judging the effectiveness of preparation and on own and others’ teaching and learning in own and others’ lessons. teaching to improve on own 5 . 2 Use reflective tools and action plans to extend own development and growth as a teacher. practice. 5.3 Observe and analyse other lessons taught by subject specialists.

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www.LSIB.co.uk DIPLOMA IN TEACHING | Level 7 London School of International Business 6. Understand language 6.1 Analyse systems and language skills to meet the needs of individual ESOL systems and language skills. learners. 6.2 Plan teaching and learning activities to develop learners’ understanding and use of language. 6.3 Critically evaluate learners’ progress in language learning. 7. Understand professional 7.1 Analyse how own beliefs influence own approach to teaching. development and 7.2 Review own development with reference to theories of language learning and learning theory drawing on feedback from different sources. standards of professional 7.3 Use feedback to identify personal and career opportunities. practice. 7.4 Comply with standards of professional practice.

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www.LSIB.co.uk DIPLOMA IN TEACHING | Level 7 London School of International Business Extending Practice and ELT Specialism Unit Title: Extending Practice and ELT Specialism Guided Learning Hours: 50 Levels: 7 Credits: 20 Unit grading system: Pass Assessment Criteria Learning Outcomes The learner can: 1. Be able to research 1.1 Design and undertake autonomous research in a specific context. a specialist area 1 . 2 Interpret complex information, concepts and theories as part of research undertaken. 1 . 3 Present ideas and arguments clearly and coherently. 1 . 4 Critically evaluate actions, methods and results. 1 . 5 Present findings in a suitable academic format. 2. Understand approaches and 2.1 Critically evaluate the influence of major theories of second language influences on syllabus acquisition on syllabus design. 2 . 2 Evaluate the influence of educational, cultural, social, economic and political design. factors on syllabus design. 2 . 3 Explain the influence of syllabus design on English language teaching methodologies and approaches. 2 . 4 Analyse the suitability of different syllabuses. 3. Be able to design learning 3.1 Design inclusive learning programmes to meet learners’ needs. programmes to meet 3 . 2 Justify programme content and selected approach. identified learner needs. 3 . 3 Justify a range of learning and teaching resources, including new and emerging technologies. 4. Understand types, principles and methods of assessment. Explain types and methods of assessment Analyse principles of assessment. Justify selected assessment method. Critically evaluate the uses and purposes of different assessment procedures.

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DIPLOMA IN TEACHING | Level 7 London School of International Business ELT Management www.LSIB.co.uk Unit Title: ELT Management Guided Learning Hours: 50 Levels: 7 Credits: 20 Unit grading system: Pass Assessment Criteria Indicative Content The learner can: 1. Be able to develop a project 1.1 Select appropriate data gathering methodology in a selected area of ELT 1.2 Design and undertake autonomous investigation in a specific area of language management in a specific teaching/learning management 1.3 Interpret complex management information, concepts and theories as part of context the project 1.4 Appropriately apply management principles and procedures in planning a project 1.5 Present ideas and arguments clearly and coherently 1.6 Critically evaluate actions, methods and results 1.7 Present findings in a suitable academic format 2. Understand theories and 2.1 Critically evaluate the influence of major theories of management on ELT concepts in the selected management practice 2.2 Analyse the influence of educational, cultural, social, economic and political specialist area factors on management in a specific context 2.3 Critically examine the application of specific management principles and practices in a language teaching operation 3. Be able to design a 3.1 Apply knowledge of management principles and processes to an analysis of management initiative practice in the context concerned appropriate to the specific 3.2 Justify the suitability of the proposed innovation in the specific management area context 3.3 Design a project to meet operational needs in the selected area 3.4 Justify the project content, aims, methods and resources 3.5 Apply change management principles to the planning and implementation of the project 4. Be able to evaluate the 4.1 Explain types and methods of evaluation outcomes of the 4.2 Justify the performance criteria specified project 4.3 Justify the selected evaluation methods

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