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Socio-Cultural Activities

Socio-Cultural Activities

The English Language Program encourages students to practice the language they are learning while having fun!

Socio-cultural activities are planned in order to give students the opportunity to go outside the classroom and "live" the language they are learning while experiencing all that Winnipeg has to offer.

There are many benefits to be gained from these experiences!

Linguistic Benefits

  • Learn new vocabulary
  • Interact with different accents
  • Talk to Winnipeggers and learn local phrases and slang

Social Benefits

  • Feel comfortable in a social setting
  • Get to know other ELP students
  • Try new sports and cultural activities

Cultural Benefits

  • Experience a wide range of cultural, historical, and recreational activities
  • Live the relationship between language and culture
  • Visit different places in Winnipeg to learn the customs of other cultures


Recent Activities

The Forks

The rich history of Manitoba’s Indigenous people is shared in a walking tour, giving students the opportunity to get to know our province. Students will be given language tasks by our trained staff to tie this activity into previous classroom learning. The Forks is also a good place to try some local cuisine and buy a souvenir or two.

The Winnipeg Art Gallery

Students will catch a glimpse of Winnipeg’s art scene when they visit The Winnipeg Art Gallery. Viewing the galleries can serve as a backdrop to practice many language skills. Manitoba’s history and culture is on full display and students are encouraged to soak it up!

Source: Tourism Winnipeg

Festival du Voyageur

If you are lucky enough to be in Manitoba during the winter, you won’t want to miss this annual celebration of Manitoba culture. Voyageur, Metis and First Nations histories are brought back to life and can be enjoyed at the festival and back in the classroom.