This course is fun and enjoyable and is specially designed to help individuals who not only want to master phonetics & phonics, but also want to be able to teach adults and children. By the end of course, trainees will have better grasp of the use of phonetics & phonics and will be able to speak better.
To qualify for the Certificate in Teaching Phonetics, Phonics and Speech students must complete the following:
Units consisting of An overview of vowels and consonants through pronunciation practice, Tongue twister practice, Vowels, Consonants and Diphthongs Practice, Transcription, Stress and Intonation practice minimal pairs and Linking sounds, Differences between British & American English, Introduction to Phonics (Short and long vowels), Blending sounds, Diagraphs and Composing rhymes. One (1) Written Examination One (1) Classroom Presentation
MODE OF DELIVERY
Blended learning includes face-to-face lectures, classroom discussion, hands-on training activities and teaching practice.
MODE OF ASSESSMENT
Written Examination and Practical Teachings.
In order for you to gain entry into the Certificate in Teaching Phonetics, Phonics and Speech, all trainees need to have a sound level of ability in written and spoken English.
One of the following examples of evidence of English proficiency must be provided prior to enrolment in the course: