cambridge delta module 2
This is a programme designed by you and your personal tutor. The course is intensive and requires full commitment.
As part of Delta Module 2, you will need to complete 5 assignments (essay + lesson) and a diagnostic lesson. It is important that you complete the tasks and assignments on time. Given the background work around each lesson, it is important that you space out lessons sensibly, so that you can devote enough time to each of them. This also allows you time for reflection and further development. You will need to put together a work plan at the beginning of the course.
Depending on your teaching situation you have the option of taking the course over 16 weeks or 36 weeks.
Face-to-face lessons are normally required for your assignments. However, due to the changes in teaching situations caused by Covid-19, Cambridge English are allowing assessment of teaching delivered online via certain online platforms on courses starting before 31st May 2021. For more information, please contact us.
For Delta Module 2, you will need to complete 5 practical assignments.
These are: The Professional Development Assignment (PDA) This consists of:
An observed, unassessed diagnostic lesson to start you thinking about areas to work on in your teaching
A reflective essay, written in stages through the course; in it you consider areas to work on in your teaching, suggest strategies for improving in these areas, and reflect on your development during the course (2000-2500 words)
An experimental practice assignment, in which you investigate an area of classroom practice that is new to you, teach a lesson (unobserved) to try out this practice, and reflect on what you learn from it.
Two Language Systems Assignments (LSA): These focus on any two of the following areas: grammar, lexis, phonology, discourse
Two Language Skills Assignments (LSA): These focus on one receptive skill (reading or listening) AND one productive skill (speaking or writing)
Three of the four LSAs are assessed internally by your Personal Delta Tutor (PDT). The fourth is assessed externally by a visiting assessor.
Each LSA is made up of three parts:
A background essay, which looks into the theoretical aspects of the area you choose to focus on, and discusses how these relate to the classroom (2000 – 2500 words)
A taught lesson, which is supported by a detailed plan including a short commentary
A post-lesson evaluation (PLE) which reflects on the strengths and weaknesses of the lesson
Please be aware that you need a local tutor in place before you start Delta Module 2. Please discuss this with us prior to application
To prepare for Delta Module 2, see our suggested reading list.
Who Should Apply:
IIt is recommended that a DELTA Module 2 candidate should EITHER be a graduate OR have a previous teaching qualification (e.g. CELTA), plus at least TWO years’ full-time teaching experience (i.e. 1,200 hours) within the past five years. Ideally, this teaching experience should include a range of levels and contexts. It is also recommended that the candidate has sucessfully completed Delta Modules 1.
Non-native speaker candidates should have a minimum language level within a range of between C2 and C1 on the Council of Europe scale.
NB: Candidates may still be accepted who do not strictly meet the entry criteria but who demonstrate they would be capable of completing the course successfully. Decisions on entry are at NILE’s discretion.
The course is intensive and requires full commitment. Assignments and tasks are designed to support your course work, aid your understanding of course content, and help you perform better in the examination. It is important that you complete the tasks and assignments on time.
Please note that all the Delta Modules are subject to Cambridge Assessment's guidelines on plagiarism for Module 3.
In addition, you will be asked to confirm that you have read and understood NILE’s Statement of Originality.
Details of tasks and assignments will be provided at the start of the course.
How to Apply:
Please contact Lanka TEFL , they will guided you through the registration process with NILE.
Your application will be acknowledged and you will be contacted in order to arrange an interview.
If your interview is successful, you will be contacted by NILE shortly before the course begins with information about how to access the online course platform, and by your course tutor with details of course procedure.
You will also receive an invoice through Lanka TEFL and information on how to make an online payment of either a deposit or the full fees.
Fees must be paid in full 4 weeks before the course start date.
Course Intake Details :
Experience: Degree or CELTA or equivalent + 2 years teaching experience
Language Level: C2/C1
13 February – 2 June 2023
27 March – 1 December 2023
25 September 2023 – 31 May 2024
Application deadline: 1 week before course start date
Certification: Cambridge DELTA awarded upon completion of all three modules
Course Length: 16 or 36 weeks
Course fee: £1699
VAT (20%): £339.80
Courier and Cambridge assessment fee*: £188
Book all three modules and save £168
(Total for all three modules: £3820.40,
all three modules pre-booked: £3652.40)
Minimum age: 18
Max class size: N/A
Tutor-led and highly interactive
Live and asynchronous eLearning platforms
Specialist ELT eLibrary
Accredited by AQUEDUTO
Final application deadline for Delta Module 2 is two weeks before the course start date.
*Please note: The Courier and Cambridge assessment fee covers NILE’s administration costs for making the exam entry, but not any local administration/invigilation fees charged by host centres if the exam is not sat at NILE.
A deposit of 20% of the course fee is payable upon acceptance on the course. The remainder of the course fees and the exam/assessment fee should be paid 4 weeks before the start of your course
All interested students may contact NILE-ELT Official Agent Lanka TEFL Training Institute (pvt) Ltd, in Sri Lanka for your inquiries.And get your promotional code.