Monthly Archives: March 2012

How Does TESL Canada Compare To Other Accreditations?

TESL Canada recognizes quality TESOL courses with a minimum of 120 hours of advanced training and a Practicum module. All three levels, from CELTA equivalent, to MA degree stand out from other TESOL accreditations.

TESL Canada Standard 1 consists of advanced 120-hour TESOL courses such as Trinity CertTESOL or CELTA. Teaching experience and prior TESOL certification are not required.

TESL Canada Standard 2 stands for 250 hours of recognized theory and methodology plus a supervised Practicum. Ontesol and a few Canadian universities offer programs recognized for TESL Canada Standard 2 certification. Teaching experience and prior TESOL certification are not required.

TESL Canada Standard 3 stands for a recognized Masters in Applied Linguistic, TESOL, or related field and a supervised Practicum.Teaching experience and advanced TESOL certification may be required.

TEFL Spring Japan

Japan is sooo beautiful at this time of the year! Cherry Blossoms are everywhere. An inspiring and romantic time of the year, Cherry Blossoms are an integral part of Japan’s ancient history. Stroll by restored city parks and attend many of the fun spring festivals accross the country. Here’s a video for more information Japan Cherry Blossom Festival

Teach English in Japan with an accredited TESOL certificate. Learn to create professional, effective, and fun TESOL lesson plans using the Communicative Approach.