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Cambridge Diploma in English Language Teaching to Adults
(DELTA)

Form of Payment
Full-time:

€600 deposit on acceptance and the balance by one month before the start of the course.

Examination fee due four months before the exam.

N.B. Deposits are non-refundable.


Part-time:

€600 deposit on acceptance and the balance by the first day of the course.

Examination fee due four months before the exam.

N.B. Deposits are non-refundable.


A payment by installments (October-January) facility exists for the Part-time course only. Please ask for information.


Enrolment

Candidates must complete and return the application form and pre-interview task contained in this document.


In order to ensure a place on the course, you should submit your application by 30 April for the July/August full-time course, and by 30 June for the part-time course. Late applications will be accepted after those dates only if there are still places available.
Once your application has been processed, you will be asked to attend an interview. This will be normally be face-to-face but for candidates from outside Spain may also be conducted by telephone.
Accepted candidates must then pay their non-refundable deposit of €500 for the enrolment to become binding.

For further information and returning your application form:


Teacher Training Department

International House

Trafalgar, 14

08010 Barcelona

Spain
Tel. +34 93 268 45 11

Fax. +34 93 268 02 39

E-mail training@bcn.ihes.com


Cambridge Diploma in English Language Teaching to Adults
(DELTA)
APPLICATION

If you fax or email this form please send one photo (face, close up, max size 3cm x 3cm) by mail. Write your name on the back of the photo. Thank you.


DoR
Part-time, starting      

Full-time, starting      

Date of application:      

1. PERSONAL DETAILS


Surname       Mr Mrs Ms

First name(s)      

Date of birth       Place of birth      

Nationality       First Language      


Present address

Address      

Postcode       Country      

Phone      

Permanent address if different from above

Address      

Postcode       Country      

Phone       Email      

Work

Name & Address      

Phone       Name of Director/DoS*      


General Health       *To be contacted for further information if necessary

2. ELT EXPERIENCE

What TEFL/TESL training do you have? Please give details of dates, organisations and grades.

     
How many years have you been teaching English?

     

Full-time/part-time?*       Children/adults?*      


Multi-/monolingual?*       Groups/one-to-one?*      
ESP/ESL/EFL?*       (*indicate approximate proportions, e.g. 40%/60%)

Give details of your experience below:


Dates       Country      

Organisation       Levels taught      


Dates       Country      

Organisation       Levels taught      


Dates       Country      

Organisation       Levels taught      


Dates       Country      

Organisation       Levels taught      


What other relevant ELT experience have you had (e.g. giving/attending talks, seminars etc; responsibility posts, writing articles etc)?

     

Any other experience you think is worth mentioning?



     

3. GENERAL EDUCATION

Please supply details of secondary and tertiary education

     

4. Why do you think you are ready to do the Diploma course?

     

5. TIMETABLE INFORMATION (part-time course only)

How many teaching hours do you expect to be doing during the course?

     
A requirement of the course is that you will be observed teaching 6 classes of at least two different levels of adults (16+), and that there should be at least 10 students in these classes. Do you foresee any difficulties in meeting this requirement?
     

6. REFERENCES

Please give the names, addresses and telephone numbers of two referees who should be prepared to give relevant support to this application (at least one of whom should be involved in English Language teaching or administration).
1.      
2.      

7. How did you hear about the Diploma Course at International House Barcelona?


     

8. Will you need help with accommodation (full-time course only)?



Yes

No

PLEASE RETAIN A COPY OF THIS FORM ONCE YOU HAVE FILLED IT IN


Cambridge Diploma in English Language Teaching to Adults
(DELTA)

PRE-INTERVIEW TASK


Note: Write your answers on a separate sheet of paper. You should be prepared to answer questions about this task during the interview.
1 Language
Look at the attached text (The Radio Journalist) and answer these questions:
a. "I'm freelance at Kiss and don't have to be there till the afternoon": Can you substitute "don't have to" with "mustn't"? Why not?
b. "Kiss set up as a pirate radio station ... I also set up interviews ": What is the grammatical difference between these two examples of "set up"?
c. "We go off air at 7.15pm. Then I rush up to the office, log in the records that have been played, work out what will be on the show the next day and type it up": How many phrasal verbs? What type are they?
d. "I'm always looking out for new topics of interest" : Explain this use of the present continuous.
e. "On a bad day we'll steam into the studio at 6.58pm" : explain this use of "will".
f. "She was introduced by friends to Tony Farsedes": Why passive instead of active?
g. "I get a real buzz from doing live work": What part of speech is each word in this sentence?
2 Teaching
1 Describe how you would use the text on the next page (The Radio Journalist) with a level of your choice.
2 Briefly describe a feature of your teaching practice that has undergone considerable change since you first started teaching. Outline the causes and effects of this change.
3 Essay
In approximately 750 words, answer the following question:
What are the pros and cons of using authentic materials in class?
In your answer refer to different levels and types of learner. You may use the text (The Radio Journalist) as an example.
THE RADIO JOURNALIST
Name: Lisa l'Ason

Age: 27

Profession: Radio presenter/researcher/reporter for The Word, a daily magazine programme on London's Kiss 100 FM.

Place of Work: Kiss House, Holloway Road, London

Route to Job: At nineteen she took a diploma in radio journalism at the Polytechnic of Central London, then went into fashion PR for one and a half years. During this time Kiss set up as a pirate station and she was introduced by friends to Tony Farsedes, who originated The Word and made her the (unpaid) presenter. After three years Kiss was given a legal licence, and The Word now goes out five times a week, 7-7.15 pm

Dress: anything goes - casual.
LISA'S DAY

"I get up at about 10am and go to the gym or a step class. Then I go home and read newspapers and magazines. I'm always looking out for new topics of interest as I have to write all my daily material.


"I'm freelance at Kiss and don't have to be there till the afternoon. In the morning I usually record TV and radio voice-overs, which takes an hour or two. I often have lunch with a friend, then I leave the house at 4pm and drive to work.
"I get to the office at 4.30pm, listen to the answering machine and open the mail. Record companies may suggest I interview a certain band, and club organisers let me know about forthcoming events. As well as presenting, I'm responsible for a run-down of suggestions for where to go that night, and it takes me anything from half an hour to one and a half hours to compile and type the listings. I also set up interviews that I'm going to do, and book the studio time.
"At 5pm I may do an interview with someone, and I try and juggle my listings around that. An interview never lasts more than half an hour because it will only last about four minutes once it's edited.
"At 6.30pm I go on air on Dave Pearce's 'drive-time' We have a little gossip, I tell him what's going to be on the programme and I recommend a couple of clubs for that night. Then I go to the studio with Sonia, another reporter who often leads the show. If we've got time we'll do a quick rehearsal; on a bad day we'll steam into the studio at 6.58pm and I'll go straight on air at 7.02pm after the news.
"We go off air at 7.15pm. Then I rush up to the office, log in the records that have been played, work out what will be on the show the next day and type it up for the daytime DJs so that they can trail it throughout the day. I leave at any time between 7.30pm and 10pm. I spend about one evening a week doing work-related socialising – going to a concert or dinner with record company people. Other perks include free records, free entry to clubs and concert tickets.
"I often forget that 100,000 people are listening to me and, in fact, I don't get nervous any more. I get a real buzz from doing live work. I'm very much my own boss and no one interferes with what I do."
Salary: £15,000-£20.000 per year, including TV work etc.

Monthly spending breakdown: £200 rent, £200 clothes, £50 bank loan, £60 petrol, £40 magazines and books.

Ambition: "To maintain my profile, go on presenting and climb up the 'media ladder'."

Source: Marie Claire


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