- Program Considerations
- Classroom Strategies
- Levels of ESL Literacy
By: Maureen | Oct 22, 2012
This Spelling Rule Book was created as a way for learners to have all spelling rules we learn in class in one place. The outcomes were for the learners to complete the book and use it as a reference when doing writing in class.
By: Julia | Dec 13, 2011
The numeracy sale project involves having students from the Foundation level to Phase II levels participate in a sale to practice and apply their numeracy skills in an authentic and relevant setting.
- Numeracy strategies : understand money concepts, identify coins and bills, count coins and bills, estimate value of items, recognize and use money symbols, write price on labels, apply and perform addition and subtraction operations, count out change to customers, fill out a receipt.
- Learning strategies: understand patterns and groups, sort items into similar categories.
- Literacy strategies: apply reading strategies by using vocabulary connected to money
- Writing strategies: write price of items and label item, fill out a receipt
By: | Nov 29, 2011
In 2009, TESL Canada was held in Banff, Alberta. The theme of the conference was Weaving Pathways: Interculturalism and Language. I facilitated a workshop on Using Music in the ESL Literacy Classroom. The presentation in this showcase explores ways to help students develop linguistic skills through motivating musical activities.
By: | Oct 20, 2011
BELLS, Building Essential Life and Literacy Skills, is a class offered in the Bridge program.
This is a project-based learning course designed to help learners gain experience in group work, meeting deadlines, setting goals and communicating with both the school and larger community.
The project showcased here is called: Be Green at BVC. It was an environmental challenge for the college community.
The outcomes were to create a poster using Microsoft Publisher, manage time by meeting and following deadlines, communicate effectively in a group, and communicate and present to the college community.