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Recommended reading for the CELTA

Doing some background reading before the course will get you off to a good start by familiarising you with the terms and ideas of the CELTA. We advise you to read either How To Teach English, Jeremy Harmer (Longman, 1998) or Practical Techniques For Language Teaching, M. Lewis & J. Hill (LTP, 1992). A good grammar book will be essential, and we particularly recommend Grammar For English Language Teachers, Martin Parrott (CUP, 2000). Other books are available for you to borrow from the centre during the course.

The books above may also be of interest to teachers taking our Introduction to TESOL course.

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Recommended Course Books
Practical Techniques for Language Teaching
by Michael Lewis, Jimmie Hill
How to Teach English
by Jeremy Harmer

Grammar for English Language Teachers: With Exercises and a Key
by Martin Parrott (Author)

Thailand Guide Books
Lonely Planet Thailand
(Thailand, 9th Ed)

by Joe Cummings, Steven Martin
Lonely Planet Bangkok
(Bangkok, 5th Ed)

by Joe Cummings

Lonely Planet Thailand's Islands & Beaches
(Thailand's Islands and Beaches, 3rd Ed)

by Steven Martin, Joe Cummings

Employment Related Books
Teaching English Overseas - A Job Guide For Americans And Canadians
by Jeff Mohamed
Teaching English Abroad: Talk Your Way Around the World! (Teaching English Abroad, 5th Ed)
by Susan Griffith, Victoria Pybus

Teaching English South-East Asia
by Nuala O'Sullivan (Former CELTA trainer at ECC Thailand)


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