Teach English Now! Capstone Project 2

About this course: In the final Capstone Project, you will apply the skills you learned by doing practice teaching. You will build on your assignments from the previous courses to refine your lesson plans and video-tape yourself presenting the lesson. You will submit a total of ten videos. If you have completed Teach English Now! Part 1 and Teach English Now! Part 2, you will submit your work for expert review to receive your ASU 150-hour TESOL Certificate from ASU, in addition to your Coursera certificates.

Created by:  Arizona State University

  • Jessica Cinco
    Taught by:  Jessica Cinco, International Educator
    Global Launch

  • 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
Basic Info
LevelBeginner
Language
English
How To PassPass all graded assignments to complete the course.
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Syllabus
WEEK 1
Module 1: Planning and Teaching Reading/Writing Lessons
Welcome to Module 1 of the Capstone 2 Project for Teach English Now!: Part 2. We know that you have worked hard to get to this point and are anxious to apply all you have learned. In the first module of this course, you will be planning and teaching two technology enriched reading/writing lessons.
2 videos5 readings
  1. Video: Video 1: Welcome Video
  2. Video: Video 2: Academic Integrity: Do it...or else!
  3. Reading: Academic Integrity
  4. Reading: Portfolio Overview
  5. Reading: Edit Reading/Writing Lesson Plan to Include Technology
  6. Reading: Create a New Technology Enriched Reading/Writing Lesson Plan
  7. Reading: Download the Lesson Plan Template
Graded: Micro Teaching Video + Updated Lesson Plan
Graded: Micro Teaching Video
WEEK 2
Module 2: Planning and Teaching Listening/Speaking Lessons
In Module 2, you'll be planning and teaching two technology enriched listening/speaking lessons. 
3 readings
  1. Reading: Edit Listening/Speaking Lesson Plan to Include Technology
  2. Reading: Create a New Technology Enriched Listening/Speaking Lesson Plan
  3. Reading: Download the Lesson Plan Template
Graded: Micro Teaching Video + Updated Lesson Plan
Graded: Micro Teaching Video
WEEK 3
Module 3: Planning and Teaching Grammar and Pronunciation Lessons
In Module 3, you'll be planning and teaching grammar and pronunciation lessons. First, you'll create your lesson plans and then you'll film your micro teaching videos. 
4 readings
  1. Reading: Create a Grammar Lesson Plan
  2. Reading: Download the Lesson Plan Template
  3. Reading: Create a Pronunciation Lesson Plan
  4. Reading: Download the Lesson Plan Template
Graded: Micro Teaching Grammar Video
Graded: Micro Teaching Pronunciation Video
WEEK 4
Module 4: Teacher Toolbox
In Lesson 1 of Module 4, participants share a teaching tip with each other in order to build or add to an existing "teacher toolbox." NOTE: All participants should complete Lesson 1. The assignments in Lesson 2 of Module 4 must be completed by those who have not completed Specialization 1.
7 readings
  1. Reading: Reading 1: Teacher Toolbox Explanation
  2. Reading: Reading 2: Teacher Toolbox Examples and Websites
  3. Reading: Reading 1: Introduction and Information
  4. Reading: Reading 2: Teaching Philosophy
  5. Peer Review: Teaching Philosophy
  6. Reading: Reading 3: Lesson Plan
  7. Peer Review: Lesson Plan
  8. Reading: Reading 4: Micro Teaching Video
  9. Peer Review: Micro Teaching Video
  10. Reading: Reading 5: Teacher Tool Box Tip II
  11. Peer Review: Teacher Tool Box Tip II
Graded: Teaching Tip
WEEK 5
Module 5: Teaching Portfolio
In Module 5, you'll prepare and submit your digital teaching portfolio for peer review.  
1 video4 readings
  1. Video: Explanation of the Portfolio Project
  2. Reading: Reading 1: Importance of a Teaching Portfolio
  3. Reading: Reading 2: Overview of What to Include in Your Teaching Portfolio
  4. Reading: Reading 3: Organizing and Uploading your Professional Teaching Portfolio
  5. Reading: Reading 4: Example Teaching Portfolios from Learners
Graded: Teaching Portfolio
WEEK 6
Module 6: End of Course Summary and Information
In Module 6, you'll submit your digital teaching portfolio for expert review.  
1 video2 readings
  1. Reading: Expert Review Information for Teaching Portfolios
  2. Video: Graduation Video
  3. Reading: Instructions on Receiving the ASU TESOL Certificate
Graded: Teaching Portfolio: Expert Review
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