How to Pass Delta

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  • Thinking of improving your teaching CV?
  • Need more qualifications to get that dream job?
  • Want to refresh your methodology?

If you answer yes to any of these questions you are probably thinking of doing Delta, one of the best-known and most popular advanced TEFL/TESOL qualifications in the world. Or perhaps you have already started it.

How to pass Delta by Damian Williams is one of those titles that aims to do exactly what it says on the cover. It is packed with practical tips and advice on how to get the most out of the Delta. Each unit has a discovery activity and comprehensive tips for each part of the three Delta modules. Written by someone with extensive experience of working with Delta, as both a tutor and examiner, this ‘How-To’ guide will provide you with all the practical advice you need to get the most out of your course and reach your full potential.

  • How to Pass Delta is now available at Amazon in Kindle format.
  • To read How to Pass Delta you need a Kindle, PC, Mac, Android device or iPhone/iPad.
  • If you want to read the book on a device other than a kindle then you can download a free Kindle reader here.

14 thoughts on “How to Pass Delta

  1. Incoming link: Doing the Cambridge Delta: A Guide | Reflections of an English Language Teacher

  2. Jye Smallwood says:

    Hi Damian!

    I’ve been following your progress for months and was so excited to see your book had been published. However, I live and teach in Saudi Arabia and there seems to be a raft of problems buying on amazon, downloading kindle, etc. Are there any plans to open up the e-book on other platforms/websites? Do you take credit cards? I’m taking DELTA Modules 1 and 3 exams this Summer so this is desperately needed!!

    Cheers
    Jye

    1. Lindsay Clandfield says:

      Hi there
      Yes, Damian will be making this book available in multiple formats on Smashwords in a week or so!

    2. Hi Jye

      Thanks a lot for your interest. I’ve just made it available on Smashwords, too. There’ll be a link to it above soon, but in the meantime if you go to smashwords.com and search ‘How to Pass Delta’, you should be able to buy it there in a variety of formats.

      Hope this helps

      Damian

  3. Jye Smallwood says:

    Amazing! Thank you so much 😀 Can’t wait to dive into this.

    -J

  4. Thank you ever so much. I’ll get it ASAP and give you the feedback as soon as I get around to studying it.

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  7. Hello there. I bought How to Pass Delta as soon as it came out, but haven’t gotten around to studying it yet! I am planning to take DELTA Module 1 in 5 months. I would like to know if it is possible to go for Module 1 and get a decent grade without applying for a distance course/ part-time course to get prepared. I cannot attend face-to-face sessions either. I have 10 years of teaching experience and a BA in English translation and I have also taken TKT Module 1-3, CLIL, KAL and TKT: Young Learners Module. Currently I teach Cambridge preparation courses for FCE and CAE. I would be grateful if you help me out with making the right decision. Thank you in advance.

    1. Hi Al

      Many thanks for buying the book, and glad to hear you’re planning on taking the Delta Module 1 exam. As for your question, I write about this in the introduction to the book, so do have a look there for further advice. However, by way of a quick answer, it is possible, in theory, to take the Module 1 exam without studying on a preparatory course. However, I really wouldn’t advise this, since the bulk of the exam doesn’t test knowledge of theory as much as your ability to analyse and comment on things under timed conditions. Therefore, the best way to prepare for the exam is to do lots of timed exam practice. As well as this, a good preparatory course will train you in the tips and strategies needed to get a good grade.

      So in short, while this is in theory possible, I would strongly recommend doing a preparatory course before taking the exam. There are also some excellent online options out there which aren’t too pricey, either.

      Hope this helps

      Damian

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  11. Incoming link: Delta Module 1 with Distinction? Done! | BrELT – Brazil's English Language Teachers

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