Curso de aperfeiçoamento para ensino de Inglês a crianças

Young Learner’s Extension to CELTA

This course was designed for candidates who have finished the CELTA  and want to specialize in teaching children.  It certifies you in three week to teach children from  8 to 11 years of age. Like the  CELTA,  there is a practical part where candidates teach children at two different levels: one more basic and the other a little more advanced. Candidates also need to write two papers and do 6 hours of  peer observation at the SEVEN branch where the course takes place.  Like the CELTA, the candidate has to complete an application and a Language Awareness Task related to teaching children.

Dates: from  July 11 to 29, 2011

Cost: R$2.025,00 + Cambridge Fee US$185,00


Venue: SEVEN Unidade Aclimação

Rua Castro Alves, 520
(11) 3207-9566  – (11) 3207-9566


Daniella S. H. You – Daniella has worked in ELT since 1995. She has a degree in Economics from USP and has studied Psychopedagogy at PUC. She took the CELTA ad the DELTA at International House London. Daniella has lived and worked in Switzerland, Poland and England where she was involved with language teaching. In England, where she lived for 4 years, Daniella developed pioneer projects in French and German teaching for children aged 3 to 9. When she returned to Brazil in 2001, she got involved with bilingual education. She started working as a teacher trainer in 2005. Currently, she is a coordinator at a bilingual school in Sao Paulo as well as being a CELTA and Young Learner´s Extension to CELTA trainer at Seven.

Monica Stein Gramola– Monica has been working  in ELT since 1987. She started her studies in Economics,  but ended up specializing in English Language teaching and Literature. She has the COTE (Certificate for Overseas Teacher´s of  English), and is a Cambridge University oral examiner.  She has been a teacher trainer for Dickens Institute Montevideo, moderated by Trinity College since 2008, and a CELTYL (Certificate of English Language Teachers for Young Learners – Cambridge) teacher trainer since 2003. Today she  teaches  at Queen Victoria Institute and is a consultant for the Research and Development Department at the ICAU ( Instituto Cultural Anglo Uruguayo).

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