Middlebury Interactive Languages is an immersion style online program which offers courses in Spanish, French, Chinese and German, for grades kindergarten through twelfth grade. I like that, along with learning the language, your student is also learning about the culture of that country.
We received six months access, which is one semester. Each semester contains 18 units, including mid-term and final assessments. Each unit is divided into 5 lessons, so your student could cover a lesson a day. Botanist Boy was actually working at a slower pace than that.
It is also good that the instructions for each exercise are clear. I think one thing that frustrated Botanist Boy was that he had to "guess what each phrase means in English," even though the correct answers were then shared afterward.
In the speaking lab, your student will listen to phrases, then repeat them, using a microphone, to compare them to the audio. Obviously, then, you would need speakers and microphone for this program. We actually have headphones and microphone combined.
To learn more about high school Middlebury Interactive Languages, view this video demo.
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