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Learning a foreign language can be a challenge but dynamic immersion language learning software takes a different approach that has it's pros and cons.

Many people dream of learning a new language outside of their mother language. But what seems to be discouraging for most is the ill-adjustment of learning the grammatical rules attached to foreign languages. Another discouraging factor is the humiliating mistakes that are so often made when applying the language for the first time. Yet, there is a different approach through dynamic immersion language learning software that gives hope to foreign language enthusiasts.

The Dynamic Immersion Method

The Dynamic Immersion foreign language software program attempts to mimic the setting of one's childhood. Of course the idea behind this is that when immersed in an environment consisting of familiar situations, people, places and things, no matter the language, one can make the connection between images and verbal realizations. The system uses phonetics or verbalization that encourages logic and memory, like a child learning by association and hearing. All of this is mastered without the use of English translations or explanations. Nowadays, with the development of technologies, there are amazing virtual reality software solutions for education and training, which provide you with outstanding experience and perception.

Courses are divided into several levels, beginning with the most basic lessons where the student is presented with an image of a person, place or object and associates the images with the given name. As the student progresses from one level to the next, they are able to phonetically form phrases in order to provide directions, express opinions or ask questions.

Benefits of Dynamic Immersion

Some language learning programs that incorporate Dynamic Immersion into their software offer a variety of languages the student can choose from. Some of it's most popular languages include Spanish, French, Korean, Hebrew, Arabic and Russian. With the use of colorful pictures to captivate the student, Dynamic Immersion software creates a fun environment for learning. The lessons are shuffled to promote memory and logic and passages are repeated after a native speaker, recreating correlations between the image and the word.

The key elements that this language learning method presents to it's apt students are listening, reading, speaking and writing. The student develops reading and writing skills through a series of lessons where they learn the correlations between letter pronunciation, word formation and their respective images. With the interactive keyboard and the on-screen typing enabled feature, students are able to type their responses, thus developing writing skills in that respective language.

Students also learn listening skills coupled with instinct when focusing on word pronunciation spoken by a native speaker. When presented with several pictures, they are able to select the most appropriate response relative to the spoken word or phrase. With the built-in speech recognition capabilities, students can learn how to accurately pronounce the given words or phrases.

Language Learning Software verses Classroom

The language skills that students achieve at the end of the program are pretty much basic and while they will have learned enough to form opinions, explain directions and ask questions, they still are ill-prepared to engage in lengthy conversations with those of the respective native tongue. A structured classroom setting where students have complete access to the teacher's assistance could supplement the software program.

The speech recognition tool also has flaws as it does not provide 100% accuracy with reference to word pronunciation, but it would benefit beginning students to an extent. However, it is not a perfect substitute for the classroom. College courses in the language of choice would provide a more extensive lesson in language learning. With the amount of money students spend on the software program, they can receive more in-depth drills from basic to advanced lessons in the classroom.

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Katherina was studying in Kyiv learning English and German languages. Currently, she works as a freelance writer for skywell.software company and writes about latest technologies and tips for developers.

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  • I can't understand much of your blog... Still I'm totally new here to learn English. You're a freelancer and I'm a graduate Chef... Two different stories... I'm commenting here because the only thing i understand in your blog is not to humiliate a mistake I don't know how stupid this comment is. Still i have a hope and a motivation that i can, do it... 

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