Sunday, October 29, 2006

Archives July 2002 Study ESL using Official Government Curriculums.

ESL in Canada Recommendations for ESL students interested in University Admission or Immigration into Canada or North America

Study ESL using Official Government Curriculums.

For ages 12 to 18 study curriculums that parallel the Provincial Ministry of Education levels 1 to 4 to enable easy placement when transferring to a high school in North America.

For ages 18 to 30 study qualified academic preparation programs to enter college or university. Some colleges allow direct access upon completion of approved programs without having to write toefl.

For immigrants ages 21 to 100 study curriculums that parallel the Canadian Immigration Commission LINC program. This will help qualify applications for full points in the language category when applying for residency or jobs in Canada. This will enable applicants to understand the benchmark levels used by the CIC to evaluate
candidates and the ESL skills necessary to qualify for Canada. The IELTS test is used by the CIC to evaluate immigration candidates.

The ESL in Canada programs are for serious students who plan to study, live, work or do business with companies in North America. Please do not confuse them with the many inexpensive private school ESL programs for general interest or as a hobby.

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