Our News October 2022

Our News October 2022 Every year LU staff, tutors and learners contribute to our in-house publication, Our News. This year we asked everyone “What is your favorite season and why?” Here’s what they said! What are our favorite seasons? “My favorite season is fall as I enjoy the cool morning air and by the afternoon, the warm sun makes me just a little too hot in my sweater. I love the crunch of the leaves under my feet.” ~ SC “I love summer because everything is green and temperatures are warm. I do yoga outside, swim often and go for …

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Voting in the Quebec Provincial Elections 2022

On Monday, October 3rd, 2022, Québec goes to the Polls to vote for our provincial leaders. You can find out everything you need to know about about how to register and vote at the official Elections Québec website. A Guide to Voting in Québec The Elections Québec website has lots of information to help you vote. You can find information on: How to vote Where and when to vote Other voting options Accessibility to voting A list of candidates standing in the elections Click on the links above to find out more. You can find more on the website.. Tutors …

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ABC Life Literacy – Searching Safely Online Workbook

ABC Life Literacy – Searching Safely Online Workbook This downloadable workbook takes you and your learner through the basics of the internet safety. In this workbook, you will explore some of the basics of internetsearches and offer tips you can use to practice searching. The 7-page workbook contains pictures and spaces for notes. A great set of activities to do in a session with your learner. To download a copy of the workbook, go to: Info Sheet Available

ESL with Jennifer

English With Jennifer This YouTube channel is a great place to go for any English language learner. Many of her lessons are free to view (there is a paid membership area where there are additional videos). Lessons start from basic English language topics like: Greetings, useful expressions and basic grammar. There is lots to choose from and each video lasts between 3 and 15 minutes. Something you can share and watch in a tutoring session or ask your learner to review for homework.

English Lessons Brighton

English Lessons Brighton (ELB) ELB contains articles on grammar, reading, writing, vocabulary and other English skills, designed to help students at an intermediate level and above. You will find an archive of over 200 articles to help learners improve. The site also contains links to many other great English language learning resources.


EnglishLinx is a free resource. The site is full of worksheets that cover a a variety of topics. The worksheets may be used in tutoring sessions or between sessions and address a variety of grade levels. Subjects include: spelling, vocabulary, grammar, reading and writing. Please note that there are a few adverts on the site that can be distracting to some users.

Randall’s Listening Lab

Randall’s Listening Lab This site is full of listening exercises that focus on everyday English comprehension skills at three levels based on content, voices, vocabulary, and natural speed. A combination of adult, teenage, and children’s voices are included. If you are looking for listening comprehension activities to share with your learner, this is a great place to go.

British Council Learn English

British Council Learn English This site is full of clear and simple explanations and exercises where a learner can practice their literacy skills and increase their understanding of English. Exercises are divided into different levels – beginner, intermediate and advanced. The site provides great resources to use in a tutoring session ~ reading, writing, speaking and listening and covers grammar, vocabulary and basic writing skills.


Kahoot! Kahoot is an online game based learning platform. Tutors can set up fun web based activities for learners to review lessons on any subject. Once comfortable with the platform, learners can be encouraged to create a quiz themselves and share it with their family or friends – a great way to promote family literacy! Watch this video to learn more:


Flit Flit is an app created by the Centre for Family Literacy. It is full of activities and tips to help families develop literacy skills. Parents will find lots of things to do with their children ranging from reading, recipes, rhymes and games. Each activity is specifically designed to build strong reading, writing and literacy skills and have FUN doing it! It’s FREE from both the Apple and Play Store.

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