Rosetta Stone Homeschool Learning Japanese
You know what I like about homeschooling? The fact that the kids can learn at their own pace and that we have the option of teaching subjects that the kids are interested in learning. I find that it is so much better for the children when they learn about a topic that they picked or have been wanting to learn about.
We’ve always been fascinated with the Japanese culture so it was no surprise that when I asked my oldest which foreign language he wanted to learn, he wanted to learn Japanese. However, I was a little unsure going into it because 1. when will he ever get a chance to actually learn it and 2. what if he needs help. I don’t speak Japanese so I won’t have a clue.
Then I realized, I took 2 years of Spanish in high school, but I didn’t retain much of any of it. So even if he had chosen Spanish, I wouldn’t really be able to help him out there either. I felt much better about the decision when we started using Rosetta Stone.
Rosetta Stone Homeschool has helped him grasp the basics and I love the fact that it is interactive so the kids are actually having fun while they learn. Being able to use the headset and microphone to check proper pronunciation is great.
Take a look…
About Rosetta Stone Homeschool
Rosetta Stone Homeschool features a foreign language curriculum specially designed to provide homeschool students with a rich, fully interactive and engaging language-learning experience, while giving parents the tools and resources needed to manage student progress without extensive planning or supervision.
Rosetta Stone Homeschool is self-paced and designed to make it easy for parents to offer language learning even if they don’t understand the language their students are studying. Students are instantly captivated by Rosetta Stone so they stay engaged. Plus, with positive reinforcement and quick results, their language-learning confidence soars!
What language do your kids want to learn? Rosetta Stone Homeschool offers 25 different languages, from Russian to Greek. So, there’s something for everyone. My husband is looking forward to taking the Japanese course after Dylan is done.
Which language would you like to learn?