Grammar for English Language Teachers

Course Content

This interactive online course is ideal for you if you are thinking of teaching English but are worried about your grammatical knowledge. It’s also perfect if you are a newly qualified English language teacher or if you have been teaching for a while but want a grammar refresher. It will teach you how to identify and understand the grammar of English so that you can go on to teach it to your learners. You will learn how to recognise parts of speech and the terms used to describe them. You will learn how verb tenses work and when we use them. The course will also cover other grammatical areas including those that are most difficult for learners of English. This is an interactive course with plenty of learner involvement. Wed 5.30-8pm.

This course is ideal if you are going to start a CELTA, TESOL, TEFL or PDA course but want to brush up on your own grammatical knowledge first.

Entry Requirements

Applicants should have an interest in learning how to teach English as a Foreign Language but no previous experience is required. Non-native English speakers require a level of English at Upper-Intermediate/B2 or above. 

You may be eligible to apply for ITA funding,

Fee Waiver: If you are a current FT student of D&A or if you or your partner receive benefits, are eligible to claim benefits or are on a low income you may qualify. 

Method of Assessment

This course is not formally assessed. Participants will receive a certificate of attendance at the end of the course.

Future Prospects

Successful learners can progress to further teacher training courses. 

Course Overview
  • Study Type

    Part-Time Evening/Weekends

  • Campus

    Gardyne Campus

  • Start Date

    28 Aug 2024

  • Wednesday 17.30 - 20.00

  • SCQF Level


  • Duration

    6 Weeks

  • Subject Area

    English Language, TEFL, British Sign Language

  • Course Fee


  • All course fees are reviewed annually, and subject to change. Published fees apply to the courses mode of delivery.
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