Diplomados

Diplomado en English Language Teaching

“Give the pupils something to do, not something to learn; and the doing is of such a nature as to demand thinking; learning naturally results” (John Dewey).

Inicio
13/Oct

Who should attend: Teachers and other professionals who wish to deepen their knowledge of English Language Teaching.

Important notice: The program will be taught entirely in the English language. Therefore, it is required that the participant has at least a Level B1 based on the Common European Framework, which allows him to actively participate in all activities.

Precio Especial por Lanzamiento*
s/.3, 600 (financiamiento en 10 cuotas mensuales)
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Duración**
10 meses
** Octubre 2022 - Julio 2023
Modalidad
Virtual
Franja horaria del programa***
Ver el plan de estudios
*** Tendrás clases entre lunes y jueves de 6:00 p.m. a 10:00 p.m. y sábados entre 8:00 a.m. y 1:00 p.m. Esto no significa que estarás en clases todas estas horas, sino que dependerá de la programación de los cursos en el ciclo.

About the program

Through this program, you will gain the knowledge, skills and attitudes needed to thrive as an English Language teacher in basic education. Through a series of hands-on courses, you will be empowered to analyze, plan, implement and evaluate meaningful learning experiences that will foster your students’ communicative competence. After successful completion of this program, you will be ready to apply your expertise related to the principles and professional practice of English LanguageTeaching and to excel as a reflective practitioner in your teaching practice.

Study plan

This learning experience is organized in 2 academic terms with a total of 26 credits.

- I term schedule:
Mondays, 6 p.m. to 8:15 p.m. Tuesdays, 6 p.m. to 8:15 p.m. and Thursdays 6 p.m. to 9 pm.
- Schedule:
Classes could take place from Monday to Thursday between 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. and Saturdays between 8 a.m. and 1 p.m. The precise schedules will be delivered before the start of each term.
- Welcome Session and Induction to the program: October 13th.
- The school reserves the right to modify the schedules each term to ensure the quality standards of its educational model. Likewise, it reserves the right to close those that do not meet the minimum required for a classroom.

Term I

Developing Language Skills I

These courses aim to develop participants’ ability to teach both receptive and productive skills. Learning a foreign language entails being able to interact and negotiate meaning using spoken or written language in order to express ideas, opinions, feelings, information, etc. In these courses, participants will be able to review key concepts related to the teaching of listening and reading, including sub-skill development that will empower their learners to decode messages and apply effective techniques to effectively interact with spoken and written texts. In terms of productive skills, participants will be exposed to approaches to writing and effective communication strategies to empower their learners to interact effectively in both spoken and written forms.

Foundations of ELT methodology

This course aims to provide participants with the theoretical foundations that teachers have been using over the years to teach second and foreign languages. It Is well-known that teachers need to design their sessions based on their students’ needs; therefore, having deep knowledge of the major methods for English Language Teaching is crucial when making pedagogical decisions. English Language Teaching/Acquisition Methods and approaches will be covered in this course.

Linguistics for English teachers

This course aims to provide participants with an understanding of the most important structures and patterns of the English language, considering the phonological, morphological, and syntactic aspects that are relevant to the teaching and learning of the English language. Also, this course will familiarize participants with some analytical tools to describe and explain how English is organized at different levels. Finally, this course will provide opportunities for participants to design and assess learning considering the critical aspects of language acquisition and will promote the inquiry of how learners acquire English as a second language.

Term II

Developing Language Skills II

These courses aim to develop participants’ ability to teach both receptive and productive skills. Learning a foreign language entails being able to interact and negotiate meaning using spoken or written language in order to express ideas, opinions, feelings, information, etc. In these courses, participants will be able to review key concepts related to the teaching of listening and reading, including sub-skill development that will empower their learners to decode messages and apply effective techniques to effectively interact with spoken and written texts. In terms of productive skills, participants will be exposed to approaches to writing and effective communication strategies to empower their learners to interact effectively in both spoken and written forms.

Developing Lessons, Materials and Resources for different contexts I

This course aims to broaden participants’ expertise in the planning of lessons and the development of materials and resources for a wide variety of contexts. In this course, participants will learn how to adjust, design, and create teaching/learning materials and resources, as well as how to apply key principles to select and use a range of traditional materials and resources by critically assessing their effectiveness as used in specified teaching/learning contexts. Some of the topics we will cover in this course include principles of planning, lesson planning, how to select and adapt materials and resources, and evaluation of lesson planning.

Childhood and adolescence: development, changes, and identities*

This course aims to provide the participants the opportunity to understand the processes and changes that take place during childhood and adolescence in different human development domains (biological, cognitive, social, cultural, and moral). For that purpose, participants will discuss the main theoretical frameworks regarding childhood and adolescence development and will analyze the connections with the previous and subsequent stages of human development. Finally, this course will challenge the notion of childhood and adolescence as universal stages of human development and will promote a socio-cultural interpretation in which development is understood as a culturally situated phenomenon, inseparable from subjects' individual characteristics and trajectories, and their interactions within diverse contexts such as family, peers, school, culture, among others.

*This course could be taught either in English or Spanish.

Entry requirements

The entire program is taught in English. Therefore, a minimum level of B1 English, according to the Common European Framework, is required. If you have some questions about your current English language proficiency, please contact us (czegarra@its.edu.pe) with the email subject “English proficiency”.

Requisitos para obtener el Diploma

- Haber aprobado el plan de estudios del programa respectivo.
- No superar el límite de inasistencias permitidas.
- Haber cancelado la inversión total del programa.

Importante

- Convalidación con Programas de Profesionalización Docente o de Segunda Especialidad

El 100% de cursos del Diplomado English Language Teaching será convalidable con el programa de Profesionalización Docente o el Programa de Segunda Especialidad en Educación en Idiomas Especialidad Inglés, una vez que el Ministerio de Educación otorgue el licenciamiento de este. Para ser admitido en el Programa de Profesionalización Docente mencionado, el participante debe acreditar el grado de bachiller en cualquier carrera o el título de profesor del nivel secundario en la misma especialidad otorgado por un IESP o ISE, previa aprobación de todos los cursos del diplomado y verificación del cumplimiento de requisitos de admisión. Para ser admitido en el Programa de Segunda Especialidad mencionado, el participante debe acreditar contar con un título de licenciado en carreras de Educación o con título de profesor otorgado por un instituto pedagógico (IESP o ISE).

- Modalidad Virtual

Meet your instructors

Carole Schachter

Adjunct instructor at the School of Education of Lehigh University

Adjunct instructor at the School of Education of Lehigh University and Adjunct instructor at the Graduate Education Department of DeSales University. She earned a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology from Kutztown University and a Master of Education in Educational Leadership from Edinboro University. Her more than 35 years of experience in education (kindergarten through graduate school) include teaching in a bilingual (English/Spanish) program, teaching English for Speakers of Other Languages, and as the Supervisor of English Learners Services in Bethlehem Area School District (Pennsylvania, USA) with over 1,000 English language learners.

Arturo Bravo Romero

Former Coordinator of the English area at the Innova Schools Network

Degree in Education from the Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos (UNMSM) with postgraduate studies in Curriculum Management from Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia (UPCH). Holder of the Certificate of Advanced English (CAE) by Cambridge University with more than 12 years of experience as an ELT teacher in school classrooms and language institutes as well as a pedagogical coach in the education field. He is currently leading the implementation of Project-Based Learning at Innova Schools Perú.

Katya Corzo Soriano

Product developer at Pearson Education

Licentiate in Education with a specialization in English teaching, and postgraduate studies in English as a Foreign language. She has more than thirty years of experience as an English educator and English specialist in different public and private organizations, such as the Peruvian Ministry of Education, Innova Schools, Universidad del Pacífico, Universidad Femenina del Sagrado Corazón (UNIFE), Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola (USIL), among others. Currently, she is a product developer at Pearson Education.

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