Flipped Classroom for German Learners
Proven as an effective blended learning strategy to induce a faster learning curve, the principle of the Flipped Classroom places emphasis on independence in language acquisition.
MintiCity introduces concepts to students at home, which allows teachers to spend class time focusing on the application of learned skills. Rather than sending students home with exercises to practice what they’ve learned in class, students do some of the heavy-lifting at home, resulting in a more effective support system in person. Learners enter the classroom with an established foundation and have the opportunity to actively ask questions which benefit the whole group. Class time is vibrant, conversational, interactive, and most of all: fun. The classroom becomes a playground when students enter with knowledge acquired at home. Teachers can use this opportunity to plan creative and collective speaking exercises as well as games which engage all senses. The best part: MintiCity German for schools is easy to implement.
Collaboration in German Classes
When students are introduced to new concepts in the comfort of their home, they make associations to their personal environment. In this way, they can spend exactly as much time as they need to grasp the content. Though teachers assign modules and guide the rhythm of the group, students can decide how much time they want to spend delving into each module through our game functions. Learners who may need a bit of extra repetition can view the content as much as they want; the fear of leaving a student behind or boring expedient learners never arises.
Group time in the classroom effectively allows synthesis of new information through cooperation and collaboration. Teachers can plan engaging group activities rather than lecturing or going tediously over homework assignments.
Gamification at its best: Learn German online through play.