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CASLT’s 2015 AGM and Networking Day

October 16, 2015

Join us for our next Annual General Meeting and Networking Day in Ottawa on Friday, October 16, 2015.

To confirm your attendance, please contact CASLT’s office at nicolenantel@caslt.org or by telephone at 1‑877‑727‑0994, ext. 233.



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Request For Proposals – New Teacher’s Handbook

The Canadian Association of Second Language Teachers (CASLT) seeks requests for proposals from projects leaders to produce a handbook which will present strategies, resources, references, etc., to help new teachers address challenges and situations they may face in their classrooms. For more information, see the Request for Proposals.

Deadline (for proposals): July 15, 2015

New CASLT Publication

Second Language Teachers’ CEFR-Inspired Practices

This publication provides a collection of teacher-submitted practices that show how the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) is being incorporated into Canadian language classrooms.

Teachers from across the country were invited to submit examples of lessons or lesson-series that use elements of the CEFR in teaching and/or assessing second languages. By sharing what is happening in Canadian classrooms, we hope that teachers will be engaged and inspired in their own practice.

CASLT is offering this publications, in PDF format, free of charge to its members.

Free electronic version for CASLT members

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LRDG Inc. needs qualified FSL teachers

for a government-related project in Edmonton, ALTA as soon as possible. Must have experience working with adults, either online or in a class setting.

Required: a Bachelor's or Master's degree, and background in education/ second-language teaching/ curriculum development, etc. The TESL certificate is a plus but not a requisite.

Please contact Sylvia Moscovitz, Tutor Coordinator, LRDG, as soon as possible at sylvia.moscovitz@lrdgonline.com or by telephone at 514-989-1669, ext. 355.

Intensive and Post-Intensive French Summer Institutes

The Saskatchewan Teacher’s Federation in collaboration with the Saskatchewan Association of Teachers of French is pleased to offer summer courses for Intensive and Post-Intensive French teachers and consultants. French Immersion and Core French teachers are also invited to attend. The teacher and consultant symposiums will be held from August 10–14, 2015 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Please contact Linda Osborne at linda.osborne@gov.sk.ca or 306-787-2595 for more information.

Society for Educational Visits and Exchanges in Canada

SEVEC has been a leader in providing opportunities for Canadian youth to discover their country since 1936. This reciprocal home-stay exchange program is the perfect immersion experience for young Canadians ages 12-17 to develop their second language while exploring their country’s history, geography, and cultural diversity firsthand. Travel with SEVEC is free thanks to the support of the Department of Canadian Heritage. SEVEC provides a safe and reliable exchange experience, and a representative will work with you to help plan and implement your exchange and provide full logistical support. More than 360,000 participants have benefitted from the exchange program thanks to a network of over 600 experienced teachers, community volunteers, and group organizers.

SEVEC is now accepting applications for summer and fall 2015-16 exchanges! To bring youth from your community on the exchange experience of a lifetime apply now: www.sevec.ca/ApplyNow. To learn more about the program visit: www.sevec.ca. Questions? Contact 1-800-38-SEVEC / info@sevec.ca.

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CASLT is concerned about the lack of consideration given to second languages in the latest report of the Standing Committee on Official Languages. To learn more, Click here.

CASLT supports the Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages recommendations in its Annual Report 2011-2012. To learn more, Click here.

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