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Second Language Research Institute of Canada

Teaching English as a second/additional language

Pedagogical Video Series: Intentional Second Language Teaching

This series offers videos (available in English and French) and conversation guides related to various topics in second language teaching.

Culturally and linguistically diverse classrooms

Strategies to support diverse learners

Developed by L2RIC, in partnership with the New Brunswick Department of Education and Early Childhood Development (NB EECD), 2019.

The purpose of this document is to support educators in their various teaching and learning environments. This tool is not intended to be prescriptive, sequential, or specific to a particular context.

Educators are invited to consider, to use, and to adapt these evidence-based practices for their grade level(s), subject area(s), or unique teaching setting(s). For optimal viewing and to access interactive features, download and save the file to your computer.

Articles, reports & materials

Affirming Identity in Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Classrooms: The Role of Self in the Understanding of Equity: Whynot, K., 2019, master's report

Supporting Newcomers and English Learners: Targeted Teacher Actions: developed by L2RIC

High School EAL curriculum documents, teacher guides, and supplementary materials: New Brunswick Department of Education and Early Childhood Development (NB EECD), including L2RIC team member Dr. Paula Kristmanson

Language portfolios

Language portfolios are an integral part of the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) for Language.