Our physical collection includes language-learning resources such as CD kits and dictionaries in a wide range of languages, primarily in the 400’s of our Non-Fiction Collection.
We also have an Ayajuthem Language Learning kit, created by JehJeh Media which includes ten posters with QR codes to listen to the pronunciation and review the orthography. This kit is ideal for a classroom setting. Place a hold request on this kit from our catalogue here.
|Mango is an online language learning system teaching practical conversation skills for real communication. It’s the fast, easy and effective way to learn to speak a foreign language! Visit our Guide to Mango to get started.|
|First Voices is a free database by the First Peoples’ Cultural Council with Indigenous language learning tools and pronunciation, including the Ayajuthem language spoken by the Tla’amin peoples.|
|Languages Canada/Langues Canada||Find approved language learning programs in Canada, including general English, general French, Business French, Language Instruction for New Canadians, IELTS and TOEFL Preparation courses.|
Lift Literacy Programs provides two provincially supported literacy programs for our region including tutoring for one-on-one support, and outreach activities.
Visit the Literacy Office within the Library, email Megan Dulcie Dill, or call 604-485-4796 (ext 7) to learn more.