Monthly Archives: December 2011

What’s New on TESOL?

A robot that teaches English, using Twitter for TESOL research, an initiative by the government of Thailand to offer ESL classes, free TESOL lesson plans, tourist information, authentic material and much more! Look for Ontesol on Facebook and like our page. Share videos and articles with your coworkers and friends. Be up to date with top trends and exceed your employer’s expectations. Receive free articles, tips, and job notices for free. See what the best TESOL institute in the world is doing! At Ontesol, we are always improving. We’ve been growing by 100% every year for the past 5 years, certifying highly qualified teachers, becoming one of the top 5 teacher training centres in the World. Our goal is to become the top teacher training centre by 2015 in terms of quality TESOL courses, resources, job placement, community, and other features.

TESOL Diploma with Ontesol

Many Canadian universities offer a similar 250-hour TESOL Diploma program. You can pursue TESL Canada Standard 2 certification through a recognized university or save more than $500 on your tuition with Coventry House International-Ontesol. Upon completion of the program, you will receive a 250-hour TESOL Diploma from us. Upon completion of a separate 20-hour Practicum, you’ll be eligible for TESL Canada Professional Standard 2 certification. This program covers more than a Trinity CertTESOL, CELTA, or any 4-week course. Teaching experience or prior TESOL qualification are not required.

New Facebook Page

Ontesol has a new Facebook page. Become a fan and receive news feeds with teaching tips, lesson plans, jobs, TESOL discounts, tourist information, authentic material, feedback, and more!!

Save $150 on Accredited TESOL Course

You can save $150 on the 250-hour TESOL Diploma! Offer valid until December 31st, 2011. Type Hidden TESOL Gem on “How did you hear about us?” at Ontesol’s enrollment form and receive a 15% rebate on your TESOL course. Enroll now, study online from the comfort of your home, and receive an accredited TESOL qualification that is recognized worldwide. Free job placement assistance available.

Most Popular TESOL Course

The most popular TESOL course for teaching English worldwide is a 100-hour TESOL certificate program. The average cost of an online TESOL program is $250. There are many organizations offering these courses and quality may vary a lot from one institute to another. The most important things to consider are:
-Does the course include grammar and phonology?
-Does the course teach lesson planning thoroughly or is it simply an overview of the TESOL industry with silly essay questions on games and activities?
Remember! The level of the assignments are as important as the written material.

Where Will TESOL Take You in 2012?

10 years ago it was unthinkable for an online TESOL institute to surpass CELTA in quality.

Ontesol has become very popular worldwide thanks to its 250-hour TESOL Diploma, which is recognized by TESL Canada upon completion of a 20-hour Practicum.

More hours of advanced training, for half the price, and with the convenience of teaching from the comfort of your home and at your own pace. It took almost 10 years, but Ontesol has achieved what no other online TESOL institute ever could.

This year, take a reputable TESOL course and embark in an exiting new career!

What’s New on TESOL Blog?

Today, Ontesol has two new great articles. Ontesol’s blog offers great TESOL tips from our qualified tutors and tourist advice on the top ESL destinations.
#1 Read more at TESOL Queensland, see what you are missing!
#2 Find out how you can use web technology in the ESL classroom more efficiently?

300,000 TESOL Teachers and Counting!

Every year 300,000 people get in the world of TESOL. Since most of them get into TESOL for a fun gap-year adventure, the demand for qualified TESOL teachers always remains constant. While middle-class jobs disintegrate in North America, Asia is eager to hire young university graduates by the thousands.

TESOL is not just for young university graduates. Hong Kong, Malaysia, and Saudi Arabia are some of the countries that are taking advantage of the US recession, offering great packages to those teachers who have been cut from their public school positions.