This screen provides additional pronunciation help. When you click on the word, the program will say it for you.
You can keep track of progress and grades on the main screen. This shows you what you've completed, and how well you've done.
Within each chapter, there are a variety of exercises to help you learn each new vocabulary word.
Learn: Each new word is introduced with a picture, then you pair the picture to the word.
Choose: A recap of Learn.
Spell: You are given the picture, and you must type out the word.
Forms: You're tasked with typing out more information on the word, such as the plural of the word, gender, etc.Test Forms: This is the same as Forms, but it's a test-similar to how Choose is a quiz of Learn.
Mr. B and I have both been using this, but I think it is better suited for an older student. Mr. B can understand it all just fine, but it doesn't hold his attention for long. He will only tolerate a little here and there, so it takes much longer to progress through a chapter for him than it does for me. He will ask to "play" when he sees me using it, then after a few minutes he wants to do something different. I'm sure it's the age/ADHD aspect and not the program as I find the program enjoyable and pleasant. I think with time, he would enjoy it more. Also, he's not a huge Latin fan. It's been difficult for me to find a Latin program he LOVES. So the fact he ASKS to do this, even if only for a few minutes, is a pretty great review. Overall, I'd recommend this to others-especially those in high school and up. I think it's a good program that really teaches more than just a word and how to say it. I am learning the word, the meaning of the word, spelling, and more. I really like it, a lot.
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