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Can Learn English is a Canadian content, “Canadian English” website hosted by a Canadian teacher named Dana (more information forthcoming).  You’ll find a Youtube channel with well-produced videos, a Facebook page, podcasts, free E-textbook, and also an Academy: a paid-subscription online course with academic lessons referenced to the CLBs. Intended for intermediate/advanced learners: subscriptions cost $19/month, $188/year and $66/4-month period.

Free access:

https://www.canlearnenglish.com/author/admin/

 

This British-based website is intended for student self-study but it also lends itself to classroom and lab use. The site is clear and easy to navigate. Courses with multiple units and lessons are offered for several levels ranging from beginner, elementary, pre-intermediate, intermediate and advanced/IELTS.   There are also games and activities targeted for the workplace, college preparation, UK and US culture. See also the “Learn English with songs”, with music videos and a gap-fill.

Free access:

https://www.esolcourses.com/

 

Found on the Canadian Encyclopedia website, this guide was developed by Indigenous scholars to provide an alternative view of Canadian history from Indigenous perspectives. The guide is intended for mainstream students, but activities include adaptations for English learners under “modifications”  – suitable for advanced learners.

Free access:

https://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/studyguide/indigenous-perspectives-education-guide