This blog contains useful links to websites, articles, and blogs that I've discovered about DELTA.
These are all must reads
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DELTA stands for Diploma in Teaching English as a Foreign Language to Adults. Have a look at the wikipedia definition, which has a great break down of all the modules.
Read the official Cambridge page before the course to let you know what you're in for. Have a look the DELTA index for a comprehensive guide to an Overview, Benefits, Format, Preparation, and Results. There's an excellent teacher support section too. Plus check out the DELTA Syllabus and Module Handbook to give you an idea of what the course is about. (Photo by InAweofGodscreation)
If you're keen to do the DELTA distance learning then this website called The Distance Delta is an official site with courses, dates and fees, and testimonials.
British Study Centres has a good guide on Why take a DELTA as well as their course requirements and module break down.
An article on the Guardian by Mathew Brigham titled Delta Shock is a humorous read.
This FAQ about the Cambridge DELTA and FAQ on the Diploma courses on tefl.net are essential reads.
This personal reflection on the Delta by Alex Case is great too.
This article provides a good break down of the different Delta modules on Phil's EFL Support site
There's a good DELTA Discussion on linkedin.
Also have a look at the blog I wrote last week about why I'm doing a DELTA.
I will be updating this blog as I do the DELTA. Please feel free to add any useful links below.
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