The resources featured in this section are intended to meet the particular needs of Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada.
LINC instructors have unique opportunities to build appreciation for the diverse cultural and historical perspectives in Canada and draw connections to learners' own cultural backgrounds and individual journeys.
A foundational understanding of Indigenous people in Canada, including the history of residential schools and Treaties, establishes the importance of these topics to new Canadians.
While curriculum redesign may not always be feasible, there are often opportunities to reassess the materials used in the classroom. The perspectives presented in classroom materials influence learners' understanding of Canadian culture. In many cases, we are able to weave a broader range of perspectives into the classroom to support initiatives to Indigenize curriculum.