Recruitment Poster - Language Instructors
For Schools And Classroom Teachers
School Application Form - Winter 202...
Classroom Teacher Guideline
For Mini-Language Teachers
Mini-Language Instructor Application Form 202..
Mini-Language Instructor Guidelines
Mini-Language Program Lesson guide
Lesson Summary Form 202../..
The Mini-Language Lessons Program is one of SAIL's strongest annual programs conducted between October and December (Fall Session) and January and March (Winter Session) every year, throughout Saskatchewan. This program provides opportunities for volunteer Language speakers to teach in the Public, Catholic, and Fransaskois school systems, and allows students to experience a new Language and culture. The program allows school teachers to match multicultural education with existing curriculum in a direct and meaningful way for students. The Mini-Language Lessons Program hopes that the experience gained by students will contribute to the elimination of misunderstanding and racism through the promotion of cultural awareness and acceptance.
All teachers who are interested in having the program offered in their classrooms must submit their own application. Teachers can submit completed applications to the SAIL office by mail, fax or email. You can also find the application form online, please click here.
Please read the Classroom Teacher Guidelines to become more familiar with SAIL's expectations.
The Language instructors provide eight (8) hours of instruction on their language and various aspects of their culture. It is not necessary to have a professional teaching background, but applicants should have some experience in a teaching environment and/or working with children. Language instructors interested in participating in the program should fill out the application form and send it to SAIL office by mail, fax or email. You can find the application form online, please click here.
Heritage language instructors will be matched with a classroom teacher (or two) and receive an honorarium based on eight hours of instruction per classroom.
Please read the Language guidelines to become more familiar with SAIL's expectations; an Instruction Guide is also available to you.
SAIL is a proud member of SaskCulture and funded by Saskatchewan Lotteries
“Amazing! Such an incredible experience! I honestly cannot say enough good things about this program. I am thrilled that we had the opportunity to benefit from Eliza’s creativity and knowledge. The students, as well as myself, are better people for having participated in this cultural program.”
- Corinne Harcourt (Englefeld School)
“Russian is a very challenging language but the kids came away with some very good phrases and words! They enjoyed their time with Oksana and I was very happy with the level of excitement and engagement when she was here. Oksana asked questions and was able to provide very appropriate lessons. She was extremely kind and approachable and the kids and I enjoyed having her in our classroom!”
- Trina Crawford (WS Hawrylak)
“The students loved it! They were engaged and learned about culture and language. The students were able to see through the eyes of another what culture is about. Inna was amazing! Students loved her and the lessons were carefully planned and taught well! The students respect her as a teacher.”
- Jamie Van Olst (École River Heights School)