This is the first lesson in series of three that is designed to prepare students for the Canadian citizenship examination. It is intended for LINC, ESL, and EAL programs but it may be useful for any instructor looking for a self-contained e-course that will give students an overview of the nation of Canada. Concepts and ideas are fully supported by audio, visuals, and assessments.
The entire series will talk about the rights and responsibilities every Canadian has, where Canadian law and liberty came from, and essential vocabulary and examples relating to these topics. Once students are comfortable, they can then take a test to see how well they truly understand what they have learned. The examination is very similar to the real examination.
This particular lesson covers essential vocabulary needed to understand lessons two and three.
If you purchase this course, you will need to unzip (decompress) the course onto your computer, a flash drive (USB), or a CD. When you want to run the course, look at where you unzipped the file and click “Launch_Story”. That’s it.
Please note: when you purchase this course, you are purchasing it for yourself, for a single class only. If you plan to use it in more than one class, you must purchase multiple copies. Also, your copy is your yourself only, and if your colleagues want to use it, they must purchase their own copy, or ask you to do it for them. I hope you understand - if you have any concerns as to why I am requiring this, please do not hesitate to contact me.