Learning a foreign language on your own can be challenging. Foreign language e-learning helps create a dynamic experience for learners that’s both interactive and engaging. Course developers can include a variety of e-learning interactions like scenarios, games, audio, interviews, and quizzes to create projects that enhance the language learning experience. But don’t take our word for it—take a look at these four foreign language examples created by the always inspiring members of the E-Learning Heroes community.
Check ’em out!
- This simple but effective course by Nancy Woinoski teaches learners basic German phrases using images and audio.
- Creatively combine images and audio to design a language learner course that’s truly memorable. This artsy Latin language course by Helen Greetham is a great example.
- The best way to help learners absorb a new language is to quiz them! Take a cue from this course by Annabelle Grew; it includes a knowledge check that gives learners immediate feedback.
- This Spanish language course by Anastasia Laur uses clean and modern flashcards to help learners quickly pick up helpful phrases with no distractions.
Ready to try your hand at creating a foreign language e-learning project of your own? Join the E-Learning Challenge and submit your work—we’d love to see it. And if you’re craving more course design inspiration, go visit the Building Better Courses forum; it’s a lovely community full of talented e-learning pros.