Why it works
There is no point in making a fantastic French course if no one uses it. It is crucial to motivate users to keep completing their lessons, and to make sure they want to keep learning.
1. Motivation is key
Sending our lessons by e-mail helps our students' motivation. Since each lesson comes directly to the student, the course requires less effort on their part.
A fun & practical course
Our lessons have a storyline, plenty of humor and cultural insights, and feature interesting and topical subjects. Frantastique's teaching team works hard to create a learning environment which is not only stimulating, but also meets the needs and expectations of our users. Our aim is to make the learning experience as enjoyable as possible!
2. Personalization and innovative technologies
The artificial intelligence engine and
Gymglish's artificial intelligence engine, A9expert, builds daily, personalized e-mails for each individual user to receive by e-mail every morning. The following factors are taken into account when building each user's daily lesson: French level / Aims and objectives / Capacity to memorize new terms and concepts.
Every day, A9expert detects the needs of each student based on their answers to previous lessons and exercises, as well as requested vocabulary and grammar. We then send a personalized correction e-mail almost instantly following the lesson. This e-mail contains your score for the day, personalized notes and comments, translations or definitions of the French vocabulary you requested, scripts for audio and video exercises, etc.
3. Memorization and revision
As time goes by...
In order to retain information in the long term, our system creates a revision schedule adapted to each user. The system calculates the ideal length of time to wait before reminding them about a particular vocabulary item or grammar topic.
New approach to retaining new information
By using an innovative approach based on biological and psychological studies, it is possible to learn and retain 10 to 50 times more information than by using traditional methods. We're making your new knowledge stick for good.
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