Created by:  Arizona State University

  • Dr. Shane Dixon

    Taught by:  Dr. Shane Dixon, Senior International Educator

    Arizona State University Global Launch

  • Dr. Justin Shewell

    Taught by:  Dr. Justin Shewell, Senior International Educator

    Arizona State University

  • Jessica Cinco

    Taught by:  Jessica Cinco, International Educator

    Global Launch
Basic Info
Commitment6 weeks of study, 5-6 hours/week
How To PassPass all graded assignments to complete the course.
User Ratings
4.8 stars
Average User Rating 4.8See what learners said

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Each course is like an interactive textbook, featuring pre-recorded videos, quizzes and projects.

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Ratings and Reviews
Rated 4.8 out of 5 of 410 ratings

Excellent course, greetings from Egypt.

Excellent course for reviewing language teaching approaches, evaluating your own teaching style and organizing the lesson plans.

That a course! Every task is clear and even accustomed, but it has a twist - and this twist surprise me every time. That was fun!

Also the main thing here - to get your reviews, so, you review others a lot looking for a possibility to ask them to review your work. To the end of the course you're already remember your course-mates.

I liked this course a lot!

I learned much from the course, for example, how to improve on my teaching philosophy. I updated my teaching philosophy, and used it in my CV. I like the steps for creating and executing a lesson plan. It was a lot of work, but there was a lot of learning activities and authentic activities to foster my learning. I used what I learned in the course to teach Nursing Assistant students in a Job Training program where I substitute teach. The students were active participants in a guided practice about Elder Speak and the discussion help the students as well as the teacher to identify Elder Speak and not to use it when communicating with anyone. I like doing the Capstone video although I had problems with the audio, then I had upgraded to a new handy Camera and the files were in HD, which made my video editing software obsolete, therefore, I did a major upgrade on video editing software and file converting software. I was reminded that there are technology changes happening frequently in the PC-Computer industry. I felt good about the class, the learning and the ability to effectively practice teaching. I look forward to Part 2 of the Teach English Now program.

Dr. Zenobia A. James