Aug 282015
 
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Multi-level English Learning with Voscreen

I discovered a new method for ESL learning.

Voscreen

It has five main levels (voSteps):

  • Beginner
  • Elementary
  • Intermediate
  • Upper
  • Advanced

And, there are lots of structures: Am, Is, Are; Can; Present Continuous; Relative Clauses; Imperatives; Modals; etc.

Sixteen languages are available: Albanian, Arabic, Azerbaijani, Bosnian, Croatian, English, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Persian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Turkish, Ukrainian.

You can install the application on your IOS or Android system. Or, if you like you can run it online on your PC or laptop.

Voscreen shows you a small fragment from a video with a maximum length of 15 seconds. There is an English sentence in the video. You listen to it, and select an answer from the two alternatives at the bottom of the screen. Answers are in your selected language. It might be English or any other options. You may change your (answering) language whenever you wanted.

By clicking the red triangle button at the middle of the screen, you may repeat and watch the scene as many times you like. When you click to the bottom left box, two answers are shown, and a timer starts. If you click to the bottom right box, the two answers are shown, a timer starts, and as an addition, the sentence that you listened to also is shown in English.

Before the timer stops, you should select your answer by clicking into the appropriate box. If you make no selection, or give an incorrect answer, you lose some points. Your score is shown at the top of the screen.

Yet, I do not know all of the details about the program, but I liked it. It looks that there is an artificial intelligence system beneath the stage.

Give it a try! I’m sure you will like it too!..

Ahmet Aksoy

Link: http://www.voscreen.com/

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