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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Starting a Classroom

‚ÄčIf you’re suddenly faced with an eager group of learners but have no resources for teaching, here are a few suggestions to get you started.

Lesson Planning for Small Groups

Set specific, measurable goals for the lesson. For ideas, look in a Canadian Language Benchmarks (CLB) manual and check the skills listed under each benchmark’s Profile of Ability column.

ESL Essentials for the New Teacher or Tutor

Working with newcomers to Canada is extremely rewarding, and it helps us build strong and inclusive communities.

A Needs Assessment Tool For ESL Programming

The Needs Assessment Tool is designed to assist program coordinators or interested community members in rural communities with determining the need for English as a Second Language (ESL) instruction. 


Are you new to Canada? The LINC program may be for you. You will benefit from instruction in the language skills you need to integrate into community life and work in Canada. You can develop your English language proficiency at the level you need and progress at your own rate.

LINC Rural Delivery Program

This program is designed for recent immigrants who live in small urban centres or in rural areas in northern Alberta. This program will help you to improve your English language ability to an intermediate (LINC 4) level with individualized, self-paced, part-time courses.

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