Starting a Scene
Activities (lesson types)
wordPROF® Interactive Scenes will help you learn to recognise over 600 basic words and phrases of French vocabulary. There's no typing -- just click the object in the scene to show you have understood the French.
A message just above the scene always tells you what to do next. Usually you have to:
French recordings are available for all the words featured in the scenes. These need an MP3 player such as Windows Media Player. To speed up the lessons, you can disable these sounds by clearing the checkbox.
Scenes are quite large graphics and can take several seconds to download if you are using a dial-up connection. Please be patient ...
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Click the scenes link in the navigation menu. Thumbnails of all the scenes are displayed (sixteen in total).
Click the scene you want to study and wait for it to download.
Begin by selecting the study activity. Four different activities are available with the wordPROF® Interactive Scenes:
If you change the activity after you have started a lesson (except for Explore), you are asked to confirm that you want to abandon the lesson.
The best way to use these activities is to work through all the New Words first and then come back the next day and try Read or Listen to see how many you can remember.
When you are being tested and you click in the scene, you will see|:
Updated 25-Jul-2009 Copyright Brian Probert, 2000-2009 with scenes by Cleo Harrington