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How do the ESWH align with other skills frameworks?

The reality is that different programs and organizations often use different terms when referring to similar types of skills and behaviours. It is important that whatever the terminology, the focus be on the skills and behaviours and why they are important and transferable to different contexts. To make those connections clear, the ESWH of the OSP have been aligned with a number of different frameworks including the Learning Skills and Work Habits from Growing Success, the Ontario Ministry of Education’s Assessment, Evaluation and Reporting Policy, the Essential Skills of the Government of Canada, the Canadian Language Benchmarks, and the National Occupation Classification system.

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The OSP and Growing Success.  See the linkages between the OSP work habits and the Learning Skills and Work Habits in Growing Success.

Skills Connections:  A Comparison between the Essential Skills of the Ontario Skills Passport and the Canadian Language Benchmarks.

OSP: IPP Teacher Planning Chart - For teachers of Grades 7 to 12.

OSP: IPP Learner Chart - For learners in Grades 7 to 12.

OSP Teacher/Facilitator Planning Chart - For literacy practitioners and adult educators.

OSP Learner Chart - For adult learners and job seekers.

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Government of Canada Essential Skills website

The National Occupational Classification (NOC) 2011 is the authoritative resource on occupational information in Canada. It is used daily by thousands of people to understand the jobs found throughout Canada's labour market.

The Centre for Canadian Language Benchmarks has researched and developed two different resources for indicating how the Canadian Language Benchmarks levels intersect with the Essential Skills complexity levels.


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