Resources

We are eager to showcase our information “hub” centre! This library has a range of resources relevant to individuals who work and volunteer in the ESL community. If you are looking for information check out our collection,  which includes website links, documents, articles, activities, fact sheets and so much more.

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Rural Routes ESL Resource Guide

This guide was designed as an annotated list of resources for tutors, teachers, and volunteers to use when working with English-language learners. The resources have beencurated by the following criteria: relevance and/or applicability to the Alberta context, easy to use, has an identified language level, year of publication, and Creative Commons licensed.

Rural Routes Tip Sheets

Rural Routes tip sheets include topics such as Working with Wikis, Learning Assessment, ESL Literacy, Needs Assessment, and How to Become an ESL Teacher.

 

Rural Routes ESL Tutor Handbook

New resource for ESL tutors in the CALP system: Complete handbook and guide with needs assessment, lesson planning, learners plans, games and activities.
 

Alberta Association of Immigrant Serving Agencies

AAISA (Alberta Association of Immigrant Serving Agencies) is umbrella organization of immigrant-serving agencies in Alberta addressing the needs of immigrants, the agencies that serve them, and the larger community that welcomes them.

Building Community Capacity Project Resources

AWES was granted funding through the Government of Alberta to help build community capacity related to integrating workplace essential skills with language learning and workplace culture. The purpose of this project is to provide training and resources to community organizations that support newcomers and their workplaces.

Various Links

Various links to ESL Resources

English Express

This website is designed for instructors, tutors and adult learners.

ATESL Resource Database

This resource package provides a basic introduction to teaching English as a second language for those instructors in community ESL programs who may not have training and background in TESL.

Pragmatics – Apologies Lesson

Learners will have the opportunity to notice patterns of speech that native speakers commonly use when they apologize. 
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