Resources for teaching and learning English as a second language
Welcome to Concordia’s exclusive TESL Landscape! Home to resources regarding teaching and learning English as a second language. The TESL Landscape is a place where Concordia’s TESL students (B.Ed. and Certificate) and faculty can connect to gain access to video tutorials, student work samples and many more exclusive resources that will help students and faculty throughout the program.
Below you will find official documents for teacher competencies and information relating to the MEES and the Quebec Education Program for primary and secondary schools.
If you are already a TESL student you can access the landscape through Moodle.
Throughout the program, TESL students must attend events and conferences related to ESL for the purpose of professional development in the field. Below are some of the conferences that can contribute to an ESL teacher’s professional development.