When it comes to e-learning, the written word is the foundation for communicating with your audience. But when you’re trying to help people build their language and writing skills, you might need more than just a list of grammar dos and don’ts. Course developers use all sorts of creative interactions to help learners build proficiency in a new language, increase their vocabulary, and boost their writing chops. Some popular options include using scenarios, quizzes, text entry, and other interactions. Whether you’re looking to create a language learning course or help your learners improve their grammar, we think you’ll find some sharp ideas in these six examples created by the grammar gurus in the E-Learning Heroes community.
Check out all the grammar goodness:
- Use text-to-speech to localize courses like Allison LaMotte does in this sleek writing course example.
- Let learners look up acronyms as they come across them like in this interactive glossary by Jennifer Clarke.
- Teach young learners new vocabulary using images like Jackie Van Nice does in this smart and fun emoji example.
- This clever drag-and-drop example by Tracy Rainford teaches learners helpful Spanish vocabulary words.
- Grasp more complex grammatical structures using a series of interactions like Ashley Whittington does in this impressive example about morphemes.
- Reword statements to boost learners’ writing skills with this interactive writing practice download by Trina Rimmer.
If you enjoyed looking through these projects, you’ll love these other E-Learning Examples. And be sure to visit the Building Better Courses forum for more course design inspiration and to connect with other e-learning pros.