The Languages Template is being updated to align with BC’s new curriculum. School districts and communities should develop future language education programs to align with B.C.’s redesigned curriculum model, not the Integrated Resource Packages.
Last updated: November 9, 2020
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The Languages Template development package is provided by the Ministry of Education to assist school districts and communities to develop language education programs for which there is local interest.
It guides developers through the process of producing a curriculum document which can be forwarded to the Ministry of Education for provincial approval. A curriculum document provides the information schools districts and teachers need in order to implement a particular curriculum, such as language education program.
Section 1: Getting Started
This section describes the policies and procedures you need to know if you are thinking of developing a language education curriculum for use in BC Schools.
Section 2: Using the Languages Template
This section describes the essential features of a language education curriculum, explains how to use the Languages Template to develop a new language education curriculum, and defines what is expected in locally developed programs that will be submitted for provincial approval.
Section 3: The Languages Template
The Languages Template is a model to follow when developing a language education curriculum.
This template has been used to create many Aboriginal and International language education curricula for languages found in B.C.