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(Sorry, haven’t done it myself yet as my English is pretty rusty).
In my search to familiarize myself with Anki, I came across the following youtube video.
“Why Language Learners Hate Anki”.
Sorry, maybe I’m a bit stupid, but I had thought this video would show me which mistakes I should avoid with Anki.
Honestly, I’m a bit pissed off about the nonsense this person is spreading in his video.
Even though I am “only” a craftsman, I have been involved with e-learning for years.
I have tried out many e-learning programs.
Unfortunately, I have to admit:
Many learning programs are simply rubbish! Not worth the money.
I have at least 30 apps on my mobile phone and computer, mainly to demonstrate to teachers the advantages and disadvantages of these apps.
As far as not only language acquisition is concerned, my favorite so far has been “Flaschcard Delux.” (No desktop version!)
A few weeks ago I came across Anki.
I’m excited about the potential Anki offers, even though unfortunately as a beginner I haven’t understood a lot of things yet, especially when it comes to modifying downloaded decks.
I don’t know any app that implements the “Leitner principle” so consistently und improofed like Anki.
I had a quick look at Speakly.
Sorry, absolute rubbish! TTS an imposition!
From a didactic/methodological point of view, an imposition!
Even “babble” is much better, even if I don’t think much of this app.
By the way,
I’m sure there are not only a lot of nerds in this forum, but also people who can create Anki learning videos.
My plea: have the courage.
Greetings from El Salvador Peter
Fight poverty through education!