Trinity Diploma

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In September 2012 I completed the Trinity Diploma course. I took the course through St George International as a distance programme. On this page I’ll put some links to posts I’ve written about the course and also other useful links.

My posts

An overview of the Trinity Diploma

Information and links for the Phonology Interview

A post about my experience with the teaching practice including a sample lesson and plan.

Sample Trinity Diploma lesson plan

Power Point slides to accompany the lesson

Useful Links

This blog has some extremely useful posts and links to great resources to help with all units of the Diploma:

http://www.passthediploma.edublogs.org/

Sandy Millin’s posts on the Delta contains tons of great advice and links:

http://sandymillin.wordpress.com/2013/08/12/useful-links-for-delta/

Lizzie Pinard’s blog also has a plethora of information about the Delta:

http://reflectiveteachingreflectivelearning.com/m-a-eltdelta/

Quizlet – British English Phonemes: Place and manner of articulation:

http://quizlet.com/22352726/british-english-phonemes-place-and-manner-of-articulation-flash-cards/

Videos from OxfordTEFL showing the Phonology Interview

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eVMjbHqL6n8

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NmSgSQ33aug

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3extN9_vR68

Adrian Underhill’s Sounds App:

http://www.soundspronapp.com/

3 thoughts on “Trinity Diploma

  1. Thank you very much. This is very helpful. I have just begun the course and hope to do well.

  2. […] else studying for the DipTESOL might want to look at this blog about it and this one which goes through it and has other cool stuff, […]

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