[sword-devel] Open source DuoLingo
Troy A. Griffitts
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Fri Mar 11 09:55:58 EST 2022
Thank for these suggestions, Robert. I had not heard of them. They look fun. I believe they seminary team is looking for an app which uses this style of teaching but also coaches the student through their learning with quizzes and such.
On March 10, 2022 6:08:52 PM MST, Robert Hunt <hunt.robertj at gmail.com> wrote:
>You mean like Andrew and Beth have done at
>(I also see a link to FreeGreek near the bottom.)
>On 11/03/22 12:15, Troy A. Griffitts wrote:
>> Hey guys. I have a seminary who wants to teach ancient biblical
>> languages as living language, meaning they want to use audio and
>> conversational exercises as they teach their students, just like one
>> might teach any language actively used in the world today. Basically,
>> they'd like DuoLingo for Ancient Hebrew and Greek. I did a quick
>> search for "open source language learning frameworks" and couldn't
>> find anything which looks like it has much promise.
>> Do you guys have any recommendations? Barring that, do any of you have
>> any interest in either updating our flashcards app into a more capable
>> DuoLingo-like app (+audio, different ways to ask questions, multiple
>> options for correct answers, possibly more gamification), or simply
>> starting something new like this?
>> The seminary says they have a team happy to provide the content.
>> Thanks for any research on this and for considering offering ideas and
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