Working With Multilingual Learners

We hope that our resource website will provide resources and practical classroom strategies to help faculty members who are teaching the increasing numbers of multilingual learners in their classrooms. We have tried to organize the site so that you can find information you need as quickly as possible as well as links to other helpful resources.

Several resources were exceptionally helpful, and we would like to express our gratitude to the institutions who freely shared them with us. We have also included an overview of helpful sources available in the UFV library. Because of copyright restrictions, we cannot include all the information in these sources, so we have provided guidelines for each resource, including page numbers and helpful suggestions related to specific issues.  Links to helpful online information are provided in the resources section along with a short summary that focuses on what information might be the most helpful.

Please feel free to send feedback and suggestions to Kerry Johnson in the English Language Studies Department as well as any practical strategies you have used successfully in your classroom.  These will be added to the “What's Working at UFV” section of the website.


If you have any questions, or would like more information, please contact:

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