Once the first section is more or less ready, get to the practical part – Needs Analysis (NA). Some tips (from my experience): You need a student or a group to write about. Just choose one (if you have access to a few) you like most or (if, currently, you are not teaching) find someone… Read More Writing Section 2 (Needs Analysis) in DELTA M3
You have decided to start the module 3 assignment. Congratulations! It’s a big step for your professional development. Though, as it is always so difficult to make first steps I’d like to offer you some tips that can make the writing of your first two pages easier. First thing first – read the Cambridge handbook… Read More How to start writing the assignment for the DELTA Module 3.
I am currently working on my DELTA assignment and one of the most valuable knowledge I have gained so far is not about designing a course or issues of monolingual groups, nothing even close to that. The main experience is my own way of learning and understanding how to organise it right. At least from… Read More Top-bottom-bottom-top or how to start DELTA M3 assignment
It’s never too much of advice! Get some more: Concentrate on the areas you feel less confident about. For me it was discourse and testing. You will have plenty of time to read books about teaching grammar or vocabulary but as long as you have more challenging areas – focus on those. First two tasks… Read More 7 more things to keep in mind for DELTA Module 1
Here is a short overview of the exam structure with short comments: Paper 1 = language theory, language analysis and other language-related stuff. Part 1 – name 6 ELT terms from definitions provided. That part must take as little time as possible. You know it – you name it. You don’t remember – whatever, it’s… Read More DELTA Module 1 – structure