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Language Hero sent me an article today. The 7 Biggest Language Learning Blunders I’ve committed them all, of course, haha. I was particularly interested in how he described what most people think independent language learners do. Kevin wrote, “Just the … Continue reading
A quick 3 minute video on how much I like my classes with Korean Digital Academy. A longer 9 minute video how I study with notepad and paper flashcards. Rob Julien’s revamp that helped me switch from a lot of … Continue reading
I have noticed that during the language learning process, I have times where things get very hectic. I am meeting lots of new people or learning new software or writing blog posts and making video or recordings or creating … Continue reading
Language learning can do a lot for your well-being. Because it’s easy. In this crazy, unpredictable world, what is simpler than doing flashcards? Because it’s a challenge. Learning a new language is an intellectual stimulation. Because it builds confidence. In … Continue reading
Tom Tabaczynski is a language teacher (ESL) with a background in cognitive science, philosophy, and applied linguistics. Here is his playlist about reading a second language. Tools for online reading: 1. Google Translate 2. Translations with Google Docs/Drive 3. Inline text translation … Continue reading
I think Brian is intentionally torturing me by sending those appetizing videos but not telling me how to sign up yet. #ADD1Challenge signup will be open soon.
This is how I envision the 하다 verb on a timeline. I am just learning, so it might not be correct.
As a student learning Korean, I am interested in teaching. Today I learned Bloom’s taxonomy. Bloom’s taxonomy refers to learning objectives. It divides educational objectives into three “domains”: cognitive, affective, and psychomotor (sometimes loosely described as “knowing/head“, “feeling/heart” and “doing/hands” … Continue reading
“MINDSET. It’s the belief you hold in your mind which will determine your attitude towards learning a new language and subsequently your success.” – Carol Dweck, Stanford University Professor and psychologist Read more in Learning A New Language: 8 Tips That … Continue reading
Why not make your own placemat with Korean vocabulary? Absorb a little vocabulary with your morning coffee. My Grandmother made placemats with her grandchildren using pieces of vinyl tablecloth, some leaves, and clear contact paper. Those were my favorite!
With a personal invite from HelloTalk, I could not resist registering and checking it out. Mindpasta is like Facebook, only better, creating a learning environment with games for interacting with people. People post as they learn Korean and learn about … Continue reading
As I am learning, I wish I could have the kind of learning environment where I was in a room with a lot of other people learning Korean, and we could work collaboratively. Let me tell you a story about … Continue reading
“I Spy” is a game. You can play it just using objects around you, or try using these I Spy Pages. One person says “I spy with my little eye something that begins with __”. The other person then has to … Continue reading
Let me tell you about my father and his flashcards.