The Foreign Language Training Module (IFM), like many other language learning apps, can teach young people the joy of learning a language in a playful way, which also helps with listening comprehension and vocabulary development from basic to graduation level – writes tudas.hu.
Currently, it is possible to learn English and German with the help of IFM.
Language teacher Zoltán Miholics from Pécs also finds the app very useful, having had the app demonstrated to him at a continuing education conference.
Not only I loved it, but also my colleagues and, most importantly, my students, so I was very happy when I found out that they were working with KRÉTA on how to integrate the app into Hungarian public education. As a result, a foreign language preparation unit, i.e. IFM, has already been created
Zoltan Miholcs noted.
The professional director of IFM also considers this language learning tool good because its use encourages continuity and the video content adds a fun factor.
“The fun app encourages the user to work with it continuously. Video content adapted to the needs of young people is the focus of the lesson packs, which provide up-to-date informational content in real-life situations. In the app, we divide the language learning process into a total of 13 levels, where we usually Two or three levels correspond to one language level. Each level is grouped around five topics, in which we break down 10-12 lesson blocks. “The app first playfully teaches students the main expressions and their pronunciation, so that they are not fully familiar with With video materials.
Each unit lasts 3 to 4 minutes, and the lesson pack includes 30 to 40 minutes of learning material.