Law-Related Lessons

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Law-Related Lessons for English language instruction for newcomers to Canada (LINC) and British Columbia. Instructors will find lesson modules on legal topics that affect newcomers, including downloadable instructional packages at varying Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) levels, together with assessment tools.

Lesson Modules

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View the Orientation for ESL, ELSA and LINC Instructors (PPT) to learn how to use Law-Related Lessons in your English language instruction.

Reading Materials

The reading materials for learners are drawn from People's Law School publications for newcomers:

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About these Lesson Modules

These lessons were developed on Clicklaw Wikibooks by People's Law School and ELSA Net for ESL and ELSA Net instructors. These lessons are considered samples and instructors are encouraged to modify the lessons to meet the needs of their English as a second language learners. Learn more about these law-related lessons.

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About People's Law School

The People's Law School is a non-profit charitable society whose purpose is to provide British Columbians with reliable information about their rights and responsibilities under the law.

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Suite 150 - 900 Howe Street
Vancouver, BC V6Z 2M4
Telephone: 604-331-5400
Email: info@publiclegaled.bc.ca
Website: www.publiclegaled.bc.ca

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