Forum When should I move to "Language & Culture" lectures"?

When should I move to "Language & Culture" lectures"?

Soren-P

Soren-P

It is easy to understand that one "Interactive Audio" lecture follow the previous, as the bottom of each lecture page points to the next lecture. What I though am not sure of, is when to do a "Language & Culture" lecture. When looking at the Dashboard, I see progress arrows pointing from each "Interactive Audio" lecture to a "Language & Culture" lecture below. Does this mean that it is best if I follow each "Interactive Audio" lecture with a subsequent "Language & Culture" lecture, or is it better to do all the "Language & Culture" lecture after completing all "Interactive Audio" lecture in one section?
Robert-C7

Robert-C7

Generally speaking, there is a "Language & Culture" lesson paired with each "Interactive Audio" lesson. I think it is best to do both before moving onto the next pair. The "Language & Culture" lesson often reinforces concepts and vocabulary introduce in the "Interactive Audio" lesson.
Diana-S1

Diana-S1

One of the beauties of Rocket French is that you can follow your own learning style. Generally, each Interactive Audio lesson has an arrow that points down and one that points right. You could, thus, do the Interactive Audio and then drop down to the Language & Culture. After that you could go back up to the next Interactive Audio lesson. You could also do them all in numerical order, that is, doing all of the Interactive Audio lessons in a section, followed by all of the Language and Culture lessons.
o.h.

o.h.

What about writing?
Dan-H24

Dan-H24

I agree with Robert. When I first started I too was confused about the best way to progress. I finally found that doing an audio lesson, then reading the complementary chapter in the Conversation Course, then doing the Language and Culture Lesson, worked best for me.
Cecilia-L4

Cecilia-L4

I'm brand new at this, but am finding that doing the "Language and Culture" section right after the audio section helps to cement new vocabulary and grammar into my brain before moving on. :)
jason-oxenham-ceo

jason-oxenham-ceo

<p>Hi all - We have deliberately tried to not be too prescriptive with how people use our courses. There are pro's and con's for this approach but we felt that flexibility was the most important thing. Often it can come down to what you feel like doing in a particular learning session.<br></p>
Soren-P

Soren-P

Thank you all for your kind replies. I think I will mix it up a bit depending on mood ;-)
louis-philippe1

louis-philippe1

Salut, tout le monde. Est-ce que quelqu'un sait la liste complète des badges? Je vous remercie
jason-oxenham-ceo

jason-oxenham-ceo

<p>Salut Vincent - Right now there isn't anywhere to see all the Badges in one place. However, once you get to around 70,000 points you become "Certified", which is the highest level. You can see the highest points earners using the "All time" filter on the My Badges &gt; Leaderboard.<br></p>
louis-philippe1

louis-philippe1

Je vous remercie beaucoup pour votre réponse.
logan-101

logan-101

Where is this, "complementary chapter in the Conversation Course"
Robert-C7

Robert-C7

Rocket Languages has several groupings of its lessons. It has "Interactive Audio", "Language and Culture", and for languages such as Chinese or Japanese, a "Writing" lesson. In addition, there are some "Survival Guide" lessons. If you look on the dashboard, the top row of a major group list "Interactive Audio" lessons. Right below it are "Language and Culture" lessons. Usually, the "Language and Culture" right below the "Interactive Audio" lesson is the corresponding lesson.

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