Et tu, Brute: A TESOL Tragedy
Last month I took four weeks to complete one of the more reputed TESOL qualification courses available (no, not that one, the other one…).The main purpose it served me was to open my eyes to the truth about the quality of these courses.
My negativity is perhaps best justified by the irony that emerged from one of the particularly disappointing elements of the programme. Towards the end of the final week, a session was scheduled to talk about assessment in the ESOL classroom. I was especially looking forward to this session . . .
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