in the EFL Classroom
Maximize your students’ learning with strategic error correction!
The errors English language students make when speaking or writing provide teachers with valuable insights into their learning process that can guide future lessons. This course examines the nuances of error correction from many angles, providing teachers with the tools needed to identify, categorize, and respond to student errors effectively.
Module 1 Understanding Error Types
Module 2 Correcting Spoken Errors
Module 3 Correcting Written Errors
When you graduate, you’ll be able to:
Explain the difference between errors and mistakes
Explain the affective filter and how it relates to error correction
Categorize causes of errors and compare global and local errors
Examine effective correction techniques for spoken errors and written errors
Compare the difference between immediate and delayed correction
Examine the benefits of self-correction and techniques for promoting self-correction and peer-editing and techniques for promoting peer-editing
Requirements to take this course:
18 years of age.
An intermediate or higher level of English proficiency (B1 level, according to the CEFR, the Common European Framework Reference for Language).
Teaching experience or a general TEFL/TESOL certificate (recommended).
Start anytime and work from any device.
Get feedback and ask questions throughout the course.
Work at your own pace - complete in as little as 3 weeks!
Instructional videos, downloadable resources, quizzes & activities, and discussion board.
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