English as an additional language
Many SFU students are multilingual. In fact, nearly 60% of surveyed undergraduate SFU students speak at least one non-English language at home, and over 40% identify as English as an Additional Language (EAL). The sections below direct you to local services and information related to supporting language and literacy learning in SFU’s multilingual and multicultural environment.
The Teaching and Learning Centre partners with the Centre for English Language Learning, Teaching and Research (CELLTR) to support discipline-specific faculty development, course design, curriculum design and program planning related to language and literacy.
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Language support for you and your students
A framework to make your course more accessible for all students