RESOURCES FOR TEACHERS
Program Support Materials (Teachers & Administrators) Research, Video Clips, Articles & Info by Topic Support Organisations Contacts Awards, Programs & PD
ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
CASLT Classroom & Support Resources Classroom Resource Links Program Support Materials Research, Video Clips, Articles & Info by Topic Support Organisations Contacts Awards, Programs & PD Educational Publishers & Commercial Products
FRENCH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
CASLT Classroom & Support Resources Classroom Resource Links Program Support Materials Research, Video Clips, Articles & Info by Topic Support Organisations Contacts Awards, Programs & PD Educational Publishers & Commercial Products
MODERN LAGUAGES
German Spanish Chinese Japanese Portuguese Italian Ukrainian First Nations Languages Other International Languages Braille American Sign
BECOME A SECOND LANGUAGE TEACHER
SURVIVAL KITS
 

Minus Plus

FONT SIZE

Print PRINT


"...we believe that when we are telling stories to our students we are not just making use of another technique to teach English. Through stories we hope to make learning experiences meaningful and relevant to them. Our goal is to promote the development and growth of our students. We view our role not only as English teachers, but also as educators.” - From “Welcome to the world of Make Believe: Why tell stories to our students - kids, teenagers and adults?” by Cecilia Almeida Prado, Renata Rocha and Sonia Prado in the New Routes magazine, #13, April, 2001.