Thinking about doing our DELTA Module 2

Course content:

Language Systems/Skills Assignments (LSAs):
2 Language Systems Assignments (2000-2500-word essays and lessons)
2 Language Skills Assignments (2000-2500-word essays and lessons)

Thinking about doing our DELTA Module 2

Professional Development Assignment (PDA):

Part A: Reflection and Action with 1 diagnostic lesson (2000-2500-word essay)
Part B: Experimental Practice (2000-2500-word essay)

Thinking about doing our DELTA Module 2

Course overview and contexts:

The language learner and the language learning context
Preparation for teaching English language learners
Evaluating, selecting and using resources and materials for teaching purposes
Managing and supporting learning
Evaluation of lesson preparation and teaching
Observation/Evaluation of other teachers’ lessons
Professionalism and opportunities for professional development

What do you need to take the DELTA course?

Entry requirements:

How to apply

01

Step 1

Complete the contact form on our website and we will get back to you within 48 hours.

Alternatively, you can call us
on +34 928365 193 / +34 637 207 913

02

Step 2

Complete the Application Form and Pre-interview Task

03

Step 3

Have a pre-course interview with one of our experienced DELTA tutors

After completing your interview, the course tutor will get in touch to you to let you know the outcome and offer you a place on your chosen programme.

Step 1

Complete the contact form on our website and we will get back to you within 48 hours.

Alternatively, you can call us
on+34 928365 193 / +34 637 207 913.

02

Step 3

Have a pre-course interview with one of our experienced DELTA tutors

After completing your interview, the course tutor will get in touch to you to let you know the outcome and offer you a place on your chosen programme.

01

Step 1

Complete the contact form on our website and we will get back to you within 48 hours.

Alternatively, you can call us
on+34 928365 193 / +34 637 207 913.

Step 2

Complete the Application Form and Pre-interview Task

02

03
Step 3

Have a pre-course interview with one of our experienced DELTA tutors

After completing your interview, the course tutor will get in touch to you to let you know the outcome and offer you a place on your chosen programme.

Pre-course
preparation:
Module 2 candidates typically prepare by:
    • Reading reference books on, for example, skills and systems, discourse, language acquisition, teaching methodology, materials and professional development
    • Observing and/or planning with experienced teachers .
    • Being observed by other teachers and receiving feedback on lessons and lesson plans.
    • Identifying potential strengths and areas for development before the start of the course.
    • Learning to transcribe .

Assessment and accreditation given by DELTA 2:

Assessment and accreditation

There are four observed and assessed Language Systems/Skills Assignments (LSAs).

Three of these are internally assessed by the course tutors, and the fourth is externally assessed by a Cambridge Assessor.

What does a typical DELTA Module 2 day look like?

Tuesday and Thursday 

  • 19:00-20:00: Teaching practice 1
  • 20:00-21:00: Teaching practice 2
  • 21:00-22:00: Group feedback session

Saturdays:

  • 10:00-11:30: Tutor-led input session 1
  • 11:30-11:45: Break
  • 11:45-13:15: Tutor-led input session 2
  • 13:15-13:45: Break
  • 13:45-15:00: Tutor-led input session 3
  • 15:00-16:00: LSA tutorials with tutors

Monday-Friday:

  • Self-Study tasks (to be completed at  
    your own pace and in your own time)

Full-time course (8 weeks, online on Zoom)
April 8-May 31. TPs and tutor-led input Monday-Friday. TPs, 18:00-19:00. Tutor-led input, to be confirmed
Part-time course (12 weeks, online on Zoom)
September 9-November 30. TPs on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 19:00 and 22:00, and tutor-led input on Saturdays, 10:00 and 16:00
All times are UK/Canary Islands times.

The course fees for both full and part-time courses are 1,750€.

Portfolios

These are submitted for assessment on the first Wednesday in June and December each year. In 2024, these are June 5th and December 4th.

Combined Modules 1 & 2 (online on Zoom)
Full-time (8 weeks): April 8-May 31
Part-time (12 weeks): September 9-November 30

Dates, exams and portfolio submission

The same as stand-alone Module 1 and 2 courses.

2024 course fees

The course fees for both full and part-time courses are 2,150€.

The course fees for our DELTA Module 2 are 1.750 euros. These can be paid in full or in 2 instalments.

If you prefer this second option, there is an initial deposit of 600 euros to be paid after the pre-course interview, and the balance of 1.150 euros to be paid one month before the start of the course.

Please note that the deposit is non-refundable. This reduced price is only available for the online format of the course and while the pandemic is still an issue.

If you are a last-minute applicant to the course, then the full amount will be paid by a specified date arranged between the Director Fran Devaney and yourself.

* The Irish Academy reserves the right to suspend a DELTA Module 2 course up to seven days before its scheduled start date, if there are insufficient students for us to run the course effectively.

In the unlikely event of this happening, full refunds will be given to all students concerned.

FAQ about the DELTA course

The office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation (Ofqual) has determined that DELTA is a Level 7 qualification, which is at the same level as a Master’s degree. Some institutions accept DELTA credits towards MA modules.

24/7 access to the online materials giving you the flexibility to plan your CELTA work around your other professional and personal commitments

No accommodation and travel costs

Your tutors will send you a Zoom link to join all teaching practices, feedback, consultation and input sessions.

  • Desk top or laptop (The course will not run on tablets, iPads or mobile phones)
  • A reliable internet connection
  • Head/Earphones with a built-in microphone

No. You can take the 3 modules in any order you like.

No. It incorporates a variety of teaching contexts like Young Learners, Business English, ESP. The students that you will have in your teaching practices, however, will be adults.

Certificates are issued approximately 6 weeks after you receive your statement of results.

These can be Distinction, Pass or Fail. Certificates are sent to the training centre and we will send you your certificate directly.

You receive a certificate for each module and yu can ask for an over-arching certificate after completion of all 3 modules.

All Cambridge certificates, regardless of face-to-face, online or blended modes, are the same and the course format is not part of the certificate.

For Module 2, this is around 80%.

You can fail 1 internally assessed lesson and still pass the module.

If you fail the externally assessed lesson, there is also a referral process and this means that you can re-try on two occasions within a one-year period following the issue of results.

If you do not pass on one of these two occasions, you will need to re-take a course.

After completing Module 2 you may like to:

  • Access DoS, ADoS, Senior Teacher positions
  • Develop in-service training for teachers

After completing all 3 modules you might also like to consider, for example, Teacher Training, Materials Development or Curriculum Development.

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