The Récit Langues Team created this document to help ESL teachers with distance teaching. Click here to find the online activities on their website.
Check out the latest episode (014) on the Chalk.n.coffee podcast entitled: Teaching Learning Strategies In The ESL Classroom with Dr. Philippa Parks. Here’s the description from the podcast website: “Dr. Philippa Parks joins us today to discuss learning strategies. More specifically, Continue reading Chalk.n.coffee Podcast (episode 014)
Did you attend SPEAQ’s November 2021 annual Convention? Are you wondering about your access to the workshop recordings? They will be available as of December 3 for two weeks.
We’re just a few days away from SPEAQ’s 49th annual convention taking place online this Friday, November 12 and Saturday, November 13, 2021 under the theme Engage the Heart, Ignite the Mind. To ensure the safety and well-being of participants, the SPEAQ Continue reading SPEAQ’s 2021 Virtual Convention
September 30th is Orange Shirt Day. This day aims to raise awareness about the harm caused to children by the residential school system and affirms that every child matters. To learn more about this day, including Phyllis Webstad’s story (the Continue reading Orange Shirt Day
SPEAQ’s 49th annual convention will be held online on Friday, November 12 and Saturday, November 13, 2021. The theme is Engage the Heart, Ignite the Mind. Click here for details, such as registration and the Call for Proposals Form. Information Continue reading SPEAQ 2021 Convention
Are you familiar with Matt Miller’s website, Ditch that Textbook? Take a look at his post “20 back to school templates to save you time”. There are links to various resources, such as PowerPoint templates to introduce yourself at the start of the year, Continue reading More Back to School Ideas
Welcome back! Here is a link with resources from the Récit Langues to help plan the upcoming school year.
Here’s a reminder for the upcoming SPEAQ event. Join us on April 15th, 2021 for the first-ever joint DEESL and SPEAQ IT! event. View the DEESL & SPEAQ IT! invitation here. Register by April 12th here.
Here are some resources to use during Black History Month (and beyond!) in your ESL classroom.