Is the method of rosetta stone possible within the CM-filosophy? We are in a hurry learning two foreign languages and I can´t fully teach them myself – plus no native teacher around.
Does someone have experience with her programm?
I normally would not want to use computers in homeschooling, but they need to hear the right thing…nebbyParticipant
My dd found Rosetta Stone very boring and repetitive after a while.retrofamParticipant
Tell Me More Homeschool Edition is a similar option.
Check Cathy Duffy’s reviews for other options.anniepeterParticipant
My kids enjoy Rosetta Stone, and the younger ones are anxious to be able to start it. So, it can go either way, I guess.jmac17Participant
I am working through Rosetta Stone myself and finding it valuable, but my DD8 found it tedious. I find Rosetta Stone does a good job of introducing vocabulary, but there were some basic grammatical concepts that didn’t make sense until I asked someone who speaks the language. I think it will be more useful for my kids when they are older, but it won’t be the only thing we use. Right now we are using “Speaking Spanish with Miss Mason and Francois” and “Fun Spanish” (a workbook-y type program, but it actually is fun, so we are using it as a supplement.)
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