Write@Home is a quarterly publication of writing submitted by LINC Home Study students. We are proud of our students and thrilled to publish their writing. The publication encourages our students to practice writing, helps to boost their self-confidence, promotes language skills development and creates a sense of community within the LINC Home Study program. We also hope our readers learn from and feel inspired by the collection of works that are showcased each issue.
The views and opinions expressed by contributors to Write@Home do not necessarily represent those of the Centre for Education & Training or Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada. There is no guarantee that the information in this publication is correct, accurate or complete.
LINC Home Study
LINC Home Study is a federally funded, distance education program for newcomers to Canada who wish to improve their listening, speaking, reading and writing skills. Our clients face barriers to attending regular English language classes for reasons such as childcare, employment scheduling conflicts and health issues.
Our clients study independently and receive one-on-one instruction based on the Canadian Language Benchmark standards. The study options available are either online (client requires a computer with internet access) or correspondence (client receives a book and CD). Our TESL- certified instructors conduct one-on-one instructional sessions with their clients by phone or VoIP on a weekly basis.
- Minimum Canadian Language Benchmark score of 3,3,2,2 (listening, speaking, reading, writing)
- Of legal school leaving age within province or territory of residence
- Convention refugee OR permanent resident of Canada
- Unable to attend classroom-based English language training