[VIDEO] CCQs, ICQs, the Perfect CELTA Lesson, Learning the Phonemic Chart

CCQS and ICQs on a CELTA course can be a little bit confusing, but they’re very straightforward once you get the hang of it. So, I explain both concept checking questions and instruction checking questions for your CELTA course in this video.

I also answer a question about what makes the perfect lesson and is there a perfect lesson plan for your teaching practice on your CELTA course.

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Finally, I cover whether it is worth learning the phonemic chart and if you need to know this before starting your CELTA course to teach pronunciation in your teaching practice sessions.

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Stephen Beale

After taking the CELTA back in 2007, I have since gained over 11 years' experience of teaching English in various countries. I have also worked in EAP for several years and like sharing what I've learnt along the way here.

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