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 The following lesson plans are designed to facilitate learners' understanding of diferent typrs of  situations and of action that need to be taken when an emergency response procedure is initiated.
 
Code of Conduct Lesson Plans, 2013  
 
The following lesson plans have been developed to assist instructors with orienting learners to the TCDSB Adult Education Code of Conduct and Communication Protocol for Adult Learners.
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The Code of Conduct lesson plans are designed to facilitate learners' understanding of this policy, which is one among other policies that confirm TCDSB's mission to provide a safe and welcoming learning environment.

The Communication Protocol lesson plans are designed to help instructors provide adult learners with a good understanding of how to communicate their requests, suggestions, comments, or concerns in a respectful and professional manner in order to maintain a positive and welcoming learning environment. They provide orientation to the Communication Contact Sign and the Suggestion Box. They also address how to deal with difficult learners and the consequences of inappropriate communications.

Introduction to the Code of Conduct Policy Lesson Plan ​
 

The Adult ESL Curriculum Guidelines, based on Canadian Language Benchmarks 2000,

4th Edition (2003)

A competency-based thematic curriculum aligned with the Canadian Language Benchmarks 2000. The Guidelines promote learner-centred approach to language learning and support task-based instruction in the areas of community, work, and study. The incorporation of computer-assisted language learning and workplace ESL assist instructors in ensuring that learners settlement and integration needs are met. 

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The Program Planner - A Companion to the Adult ESL Curriculum Guidelines
Each course planner guides instructors through and supports them in program design and implementation. Each is a companion piece to the Adult ESL Curriculum Guidelines (4th edition) and highlights relevant sections of this document at each stage of the planning process. Five planners have been developed to date: CLB 5-7, core ESL, 25 hours a week; CLB 3-4, reading and writing, 3 hours a week; CLB 2-3, core ESL, 5 hours a week; CLB 1-2, core ESL, 12.5 hours a week; and CLB 5-6, workplace preparation, 15 hours a week.
 
LINC Curriculum Guidelines Based on Canadian Language Benchmarks 2000 (2002)
This theme-based document combines LINC 1-3 (1997) and LINC 4&5 (1999) documents based on the theoretical foundation of Communicative Competence and is aligned with the Canadian Language Benchmarks 2000.
 
The topic pages in each theme includes: Topic Outcomes, Language Focus items, Topic Development ideas, and Strategies for learners. These four sections support the development of communicative competence by including elements of linguistic, textual, functional, sociocultural, and strategic competence.

 

This document is available at: http://www.settlement.org

 
CALL: A Software Guide for the LINC Classroom (2000)
This book has been developed for the LINC (Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada) instructors in Ontario to assist them in providing Computer-Assisted Language Learning (CALL).
 
It includes comprehensive step-by-step instructions and explanations about the use of: Explore Canada, ELLIS (Intro, Middle Mastery, Senior Mastery, Master Pronunciation, Placement, and Instructor Utilities), Tense Buster (including Tense Buster Authoring), Microsoft Word, and Windows 95 at five levels (LINC 1-5) of instruction. Each level includes sample lesson plans and suggested activities that have been aligned with the LINC 1-5 Curriculum Guidelines developed for Ontario.
 
Additional tools in the guide include an introduction to CALL and CMC (Computer Mediated Communication), lab rules and maintenance, troubleshooting and networking, as well as a computer skills checklist, glossaries, and electronic resources for instructors and learners.
 
The document is available at: http://www.settlement.org
 
LINC 4 & 5 Curriculum Guidelines (1999)
This document is based on the theoretical framework of communicative competence. The guidelines were developed to establish measurable outcomes based on the Canadian Language Benchmarks to ensure consistency in the delivery of LINC 4 and LINC 5 programs across Ontario.
 
The inclusion of technology has been encouraged throughout the document to assist instructors to integrate Computer-Assisted Language Learning (CALL) into their day to day teaching practices.
 
This document is available at: http://www.settlement.org
 
Activities for LINC 4 & 5 Curriculum Guidelines (1999)
These activities are ready for use in class for learners with CLB 4-6 competencies. All the computer activities are downloadable in Word format for electronic use in your class. You may need to adjust the instructions to suit your lesson. The activities are also linked to the actual topic page to which they relate.
 
These activities are available at: http://www.settlement.org
 

Beyond the Textbook II by Jean-Paul Bedard
These 23-unit book contains theme-based lessons that cover all four skills. Photocopiable activities for Canadian Language Benchmarks 5-8 deal with the relevant topics and are accompanied by an answer key and instructor notes.
 
Beyond the Textbook III by Jean-Paul Bedard
This 11-unit book contains new photocopiable activities for Canadian Language Benchmarks 5-8. It includes a variety of topics such as: Famous Canadians, Anger Management, Noise Pollution and Second Language Acquisition, and is accompanied by an answer key and instructor notes.​