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Teaching Knowledge Test Exam Preparation

Prepare to take the Teaching Knowledge Test (TKT) modules 1, 2 and 3.

This course introduces you to basic theories, techniques and principles with a communicative approach to language teaching.

At the end of the course you can take an exam for each module. 

Course type
Teacher development
Age of student
Language level
Intermediate (B1) - Proficient (C2)
Course dates
26 July - 8 August 2020
Course Length
2 weeks
From £1,695 / €2,140
Bell Teacher Academy

Cambridge English exam fees
There will be an additional exam fee of £100. This includes administrative fees, invigilation fees and certificate postage for all 3 modules. Participants will receive official Cambridge English certificates for each module 6-8 weeks after the end of their course.

Teachers in class working in a group

This course is for teachers and school staff who:

  • Want to gain an internationally recognised qualification
  • Would like to gain or refresh their knowledge of communicative language, teaching methods and theories
Course outcomes
An internationally recognised qualification
A certificate from Cambridge English, part of the University of Cambridge, for each exam
Qualification is accepted in over 60 countries
Knowledge of key concepts in teaching, language and learning
Different teaching methodologies
How to use teaching resources effectively
Understanding effective lesson planning
Improved language confidence and competencies in the classroom
Share ideas with teachers from around the world
Build an international teaching network

Course content

  • ELT: terms and concepts
  • Grammar, lexis, phonology, functions and language skills
  • Language learning processes
  • Presentation and practice activities
  • Assessments, lesson preparation and use of resources
  • Classroom management
  • Giving effective instructions and feedback