We help you learn English outside of the classroom!
Heartland strives to provide our students with unique and enriching experiences in the city they are learning in.
We arrange weekly activities, allowing students to practice their English skills with Canadians in fun and practical situations, and to explore their new city. We work hard to provide our students with a wide range of activities that cover areas such as sports, tours, events, recreational, cultural, social, arts and history.
Heartland’s staff is also up to date on what is happening in Winnipeg and Mississauga, such as concerts, festivals, football games, baseball games or a Winnipeg Jets hockey game! There is always something going on! Winnipeg is a great city to explore. There are year-round festivals, art galleries, museums, theatres, amateur and professional sports, and much, much more.
Heartland Tips to continue English at home: Practice Pronunciation when you can. A little bit of pronunciation practice can make a big difference. 10-15 minutes per day for 2-3 weeks is all that it takes to completely change one bad pronunciation habit. One of our favourites is Dave Sconda videos on youtube www.youtube.com/channel/UCUI9xIKZnn3vpGIbb3RBvIw. Remember to EXAGGERATE mouth movements a lot! -Don’t stop after you get it right. You need to repeat over and over and over and over the correct way so that your mouth remembers. The important thing is conditioning. You can also practice pronunciation by imitating TV show characters as you watch. Make sure you try to imitate everything… the rhythm, the word stress, the pronunciation. You need to try to copy the MUSIC of English! ... See MoreSee Less