TESOL: Teaching Grammar

Cook School of Intercultural Studies

About this Course

The native speaker fallacy holds that anyone with native speaking proficiency is also capable of teaching the language. However, because grammar is foundational to learning a language, this course is intended for anyone who would like TESOL training. If you would like to gain the knowledge and skills to teach English in an informal, non-academic setting this course is for you.

What you can expect from this Course

By completing this course, you will develop an awareness of the basic structure of English sentences, such as nouns, adjectives, articles, verb sentences. 
You will also be introduced to a variety of teaching tools to aid in teaching grammar.

This course is part of a series of nine courses that make up the TESOL Certificate, designed to equip learners with the essentials of teaching the English language, often in an informal, non-academic setting. This course can be taken individually or as a part of the Professional Certificate. If you are new to the world of TESOL, it is highly recommended you engage in the TESOL: Essentials course first. The other courses available in this series are listed below in the recommended order of completion, however courses can also be taken in any order, as needed.

  1. TESOL: Essentials
  2. TESOL: Teaching Speaking
  3. TESOL: Teaching Pronunciation
  4. TESOL: Professionalism
  5. TESOL: Classroom Management
  6. TESOL: Teaching Grammar
  7. TESOL: Teaching Vocabulary
  8. TESOL: Course Design
  9. TESOL: Capstone

By taking this course you will automatically earn credit toward Biola LEARN’s TESOL Certificate. Individual TESOL courses will transfer over should you decide to pursue the Certificate so you won’t lose your progress. Additionally, the price of TESOL course(s) you have purchased will be automatically deducted from the total cost of the Certificate. However, the Capstone cannot be purchased separately.