In this LAB, learners will be focusing on their rights and responsibilities as tenants. They will be presented with some typical problems and issues that arise between tenants and landlords (or between one tenant and another), and then conducting research on the Internet in order to become more informed about the legal rights and obligations of both parties.


In the process of carrying out the activities in this LAB, learners will refine their reading, writing and research skills and become familiar with some of the important legal terminology associated with tenants’ and landlords’ rights and responsibilities.


This LAB is intended for all adult learners, but will be particularly useful to those learners who are, have been, or will be tenants (or indeed landlords, since the rights and responsibilities of tenants and landlords are complementary). The LAB will provide learners with the tools and resources needed to become informed about their legal rights and responsibilities in exercising their roles as tenants.


CA1 - Interacting orally in matters related to rights and responsibilities
CA2 - Listening to informative texts related to rights and responsibilities
CA3 - Reading informative texts related to rights and responsibilities
CA4 - Writing informative and expressive texts related to rights and responsibilities
EK1 - Types of discourse (informative, expressive)
EK2 - Discourse cues and features
EK3 - Speaking, listening, reading, and writing, strategies, techniques and procedures
EK4 - The writing system
EK5 - Language functions
EK6 - Sociolinguistic features
EK7 - Grammar and syntax
OC1 - Communicates
OC2 - Thinks logically
OC3 - Exercises critical and ethical judgment


Plus de 9 h / Travail individuel / Travail d'équipe


S'informer / Communiquer / Soutenir la métacognition / Créer/produire


Moins de 20 ans / Immigrantes