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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Writers Workshop: Writer Resources

Designed by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign this site includes the following resources:

Grammar handbook, citation styles, ESL resources and writing tips.

 

English Online

English Online offers free online interactive activities that can be accessed through this website without registration. 

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.

Auma

AUMA is a dynamic and evolving association which represents and advocates the interests of all members to both the provincial and federal governments as well as other provincial and federal organizations.

ESL & e-learning – A guide for Rural Alberta

This document is divided into the following sections:
 
Access and Institutional support;
Orientation to using Technology with ESL Literacy Learners;
ESL Literacy Pedagogical Considerations;
Learners;
Instructors;
Appendices.

 

 

Sticky Ball: ESL Resources for Teachers

ESL Worksheets, Games, and Ideas

ESL/ EAL/ ELL Community of Practice: PD Series

The goal of this page is to form a “virtual community of practice” (VCoP). This VCoP platform provides ESL/ EAL/ ELL practitioners a shared learning model where everyone can share with each other.

 

ESL/ EAL/ ELL Community of Practice: Professional Development Series:

  1. Our community of practice- Introduction
  2. Multi-level classes
  3. Understanding Canadian Language Benchmarks

Adult ESL literacy resource: Survival Guide

The following book is valuable resource:

Adult ESL literacy resource: Survival Guide for Instructors, by Janet Massaro. Vancouver: ELSA Net, 2004.

Supports ESL instructors who have literacy learners in their classes. For instructors who are TESL/TESOL trained, have some experience in community-based adult ESL programs, and are familiar with current ESL teaching methods.

Best of The Reader

Downloadable resourses for adult literacy and English as addtional language learners. 

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