General:
Introduction
Learning tips
How to do a Lession

Lessons:
Lesson 1
Lesson 2
Lesson 3
Lesson 4
Revision 1
Lesson 5
Lesson 6
Lesson 7
Lesson 8
Revision 2
Lesson 9
Lesson 10
Lesson 11
Lesson 12
Revision 3

Tools:
Alphabet
Dictionary
Grammar
Culture

Nawat language program

How to do a lesson
Introduction
Doing a lesson
Lesson layout
Explanation page (both lesson and section)
Vocabulary (both lesson and section)
Lesson exercise
Doing a section
Section layout
Section activity
Activity 1 and 2
Activity 3

Introduction
  • This page shows you how to progress through a lesson.
  • It is only a guideline, if you prefer to do things in a different order, that's OK.
  • Remember that you are in control, you can decide what you want to learn and how you want to learn it.
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Doing a lesson
  • Generally, you will work through a lesson by:
    • doing section 1, then section 2 and finally section 3
    • doing the lesson exercise at the end
    • looking at the explanation and vocabulary links for help
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Lesson layout
  • Each lesson has the same page layout and structure.
    • there is a coloured sidebar on the left hand side with a collection of links to lessons and tools.
    • there are 3 section options
    • an exercise option
    • an explanation option
    • a vocabulary option
  • You can select any option, simplying by clicking on the icon or the underlined text



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Explanation page (both lesson and section)
  • the explanation consists of:
    • a sidebar
    • links to the section, activity, explanation, vocabulary and help
  • the nawat is on the left hand side and the explanation is on the right hand side
  • the explanation link for the lesson contains all the explanation for the lesson
  • the explanation link for the section contains the explanation for that section



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Vocabulary (both lesson and section)
  • the vocabulary consists of:
    • a sidebar
    • links to the section, activity, explanation, vocabulary and help
  • the nawat is on the left hand side and the meaning is on the right hand side
  • the vocabulary link for the lesson contains all the vocabulary for the lesson
  • the vocabulary link for the section contains the vocabulary for that section



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Lesson exercise
  • in the exercise you will be asked to type in your response to a question
  • you can click on the audio icon to hear a correct response (there may be more than one)
  • feedback will be provided at the top of the screen



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Doing a section
  • Generally, you will work through a section by:
    • listening to the conversation
    • trying to see if you understand it before looking at the translation
    • reading the explanation
    • reviewing the vocabulary
    • doing the section activity
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Section layout
  • Each section has the same page layout and structure.
    • there is a coloured sidebar on the left hand side with a collection of links to lessons and tools.
  • there are 5 options at the top of the screen
    • a link to the section
    • an activity option
    • an explanation option
    • a vocabulary option
    • a help option
  • you can hear
    • the entire conversation by clicking on the sound icon beside the section title
    • a part of the conversation by clicking on the sound icon beside the text
  • you can read the text
    • without a translation
    • with a translation by clicking on the translation link
  • You can always go back to the current lesson page by clicking on the lesson number.



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Section activity
  • each section has 3 activities
  • sometimes there may be more than one correct answer.
  • feedback is provided in each activity
  • the exercises
    • are meant to help you see if you have understood the topic
    • You don't have to get them all correct before you move on to a new topic, but it's usually better to make sure that you have grasped one topic before moving on.
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Activity 1 and 2
  • activity 1 and 2 consist of multiple choice questions



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Activity 3
  • activity 3 is a matching exercise



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