DELTA Module Two

About Module Two

DELTA Module 2 is one of the three DELTA modules that focuses on developing professional teaching practice. You can take this module in parallel with Modules One and Three, or take it separately as its main center of attention is helping you develop professional practice of teaching English.

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On this course, you will:

How Can You Take DELTA Module Two ?

We offer the DELTA Module 2 course in both ONLINE and OFFLINE options so you can take DELTA the way that fits you the best.

And whether you choose online or offline course, You can also decide which path you prefer as we provide:

Full Time DELTA Module Two Course

Part Time DELTA Module Two Course

DELTA Module Two Topics

We provide the course online and offline and also you can choose between full time (6 weeks) or part time (15 weeks).

This module is course-based and includes a Professional Development Assignment. According to Cambridge Assessment English, you’ll learn in this module the following topics:

The language learner and the language learning context.

Preparation for teaching English language learners.

Evaluating & selecting resources and materials for teaching.

Managing and supporting learning.

Observe and evaluate other teachers’ lessons.

Evaluation of lesson preparation and teaching.

How is DELTA Module Two assessed?

You’ll be assessed on 5 assignments.
The first one is for the professional development assignment, which has two parts: reflection and action, and experimental practice.

The second and third assignments are for the language systems, which include one background essay about one of the systems of your choosing, and the other task is for planning, teaching, and evaluating a lesson related to the chosen area.

The fourth and fifth assignments are for language skills, which also include one background essay about one of the English language skills you desire, and the other and final assignment is the same as for the language systems assignments; it’s planning, teaching, and evaluating a lesson related to that skill you chose.

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Course Info

For DELTA, you need to:

  • Be at least twenty-one years old.
  • Have a previous English teaching certificate. For example: a CELTA certificate.
  • Have at least one year of professional teaching experience.
  • Having a good understanding of the English language.

And an additional requirement specifically for Module Two:

  1. In Module Two, it’s required to attend the DELTA course in an authorized center for the teaching practice, as you’ll be assessed directly. 

When you’re applying for this course, there are some aspects that tutors love in the candidates.

  • Being resourceful
    You may encounter some obstacles while teaching and you have to deal with them and smartly solve them. That’s why you need to think more broadly while also focusing on the details of the situation.
  • Being diligent
    You’ll have to search for a wide range of resources and teaching materials. You need to evaluate these resources and choose only what’s useful and relevant.
  • Being critical
    As we’ve mentioned earlier, you need to judge different situations with critical eyes and when you pay attention to what your learners need, you can select the teaching strategy that fits those needs.

Applicants for the course must complete
An Application Form and a pre interview task and send it to

We will then set up an interview, preferably face-to-face. If you are a long way away from Cairo we will ask you to Skype with us at a pre-arranged time.

To ensure your place once you have been accepted we recommend that the full fee is paid at least FOUR weeks before the course begins, especially if you want to take your DELTA course in the summer.

DELTA Module Two fees: 45000 EGP

 including Cambridge fees


You can pay your deposit and full fees as follows:

  • Cash Payment at International House Cairo
  • Credit or Debit Card in either GBP/USD/EGP at International House Cairo

Transferring or depositing the due amount to the following Account:
Arab African International Bank – AAIB Account

  • Account Name: Reach Out Academy
  • Account Number: 521337
  • IBAN Egyptian pound Eg980057088005213373931818001
  • IBAN Pound sterling Eg200057088005213373931826001
  • Branch: Mesaha, Dokki, Giza – Egypt

Commercial International Bank

  • Account Name: Reach Out Academy
  • Account Number: 100035159015
  • Swift Code: CIBEEGCX184
  • Branch: Mesaha, Dokki, Giza – Egypt

If you make your payment via bank transfer, or bank deposit, Please send us a copy of the transfer to Teachertraining@ihcairoeg.comAll transfer fees incurred are the responsibility of the candidate.

In the case of cancellation four weeks or more before the course starting date, 20% of our total fee will be retained. With less than two weeks’ notice, 50% of our total fee will be retained. If cancellation occurs in the final ten days before the starting date our total fee will be retained.

However, in certain exceptional circumstances we will consider transferring the fees to another course.

In the event of a course being cancelled all fees will be refunded.

NOTE Once the course has started, there is no possible refund. For this reason, you might consider taking out an insurance policy in order to be covered in case anything happen and you needed to leave the course.

If the course is delayed or prevented by Force Majeure, then Reach Out Academy shall NOT be liable for a refund.

Course Calendar

What does DELTA Module Two include?

That’s why the syllabus consists of three main parts: professional development, language systems, and language skills.

Professional development

The PDA helps tutors observe your teaching while also helping you observe others’ teaching. On top of that, it helps you achieve professionalism.

Language systems

This part includes two assignments, each one focuses on different areas of the language systems, whether it’s grammar, vocabulary, discourse, or phonology.

Language skills

There are also two assignments in this section, one focuses on a receptive skill whether reading or listening, and the other focuses on a productive skill whether speaking or writing.

Frequently Asked Questions

No, you’ll be assessed via a portfolio of coursework, including background essays, observed lessons, and a professional development assignment.

Although you’re not obligated to follow the modules in their numerical order, it’s preferred to take Module One first because it focuses on the theoretical knowledge that you’ll apply in Module Two.

Besides taking that module, you can also start evaluating your own strengths and weaknesses to know what you should focus on while taking Module Two.

And while evaluating these points, don’t forget to check your entire teaching performance so you can know which teaching strategy you’re using and which one you’ll start applying.

Another aspect you should look for while preparing for this module is to understand the learners deeper so you can choose the material and the method that best fits their requirements and needs. 

DELTA is suitable for English teachers with at least one year of experience in teaching English. 

You should also have completed an initial teaching qualification to take this course.

And while Delta focuses on teaching both theory and practice, Module Two is the only one where you’ll be assessed on the teaching practice section.

So, if you want to enhance your teaching abilities and practice professional development, then DELTA Module Two will assist you.

We provide the course online and offline and also you can choose between full time (6 weeks) or part time (15 weeks).

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