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									Become a Master at Teaching English to Young Learners
University of York The MA in Teaching English to Young Learners is a highly specialized, two-year part-time distance programme delivered by CELT, in the Department of Educational Studies at the University of York UK. This full Masters programme has been specially designed to cater to the needs of a range of professionals, including Education Ministry representatives, advisors, teacher trainers, teachers, writers and educational publishers. It has been offered since 1997 in the UK, and more recently in partnership with Lorna Whiston Schools, Singapore, with whom the University has had a strong working relationship for four years. The MA in TEYL qualification enables learners to gain a full understanding of: • • • How children learn and how they learn language Different approaches and methods for teaching English to young learners How to create the most suitable classroom environment for young learner acquisition of languages How to manage assessment and evaluation How to approach curriculum and syllabus design How to design and create materials for the young learner classroom How to manage professional development in the field of teaching English to young learners How to design, carry out and interpret outcomes for small-scale Action Research

“It was a fabulous course, a real jumping stone to what I have done subsequently”
MA TEYL course graduate

Further Information Caroline Moore Programme Administrator MA in TEYL CELT, Vanbrugh College University of York Heslington, York YO10 5DD, UK Tel: +44 (0)1904 433688 Email: celt-teyl@york.ac.uk

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The programme is taught by way of eight multimedia modules, each containing a wide range of study materials. Each year of study is prefaced by a twoweek, face-to-face Preparatory Course. In addition, a completely on-line version of the programme has also been introduced over the last two years. There is a high level of professional support on this Masters programme. www.york.ac.uk/celt/teyl/ma_teyl.htm


								
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