Learning Japanese can be fun! メモドラゴンと学ぶ日本語1 is a Japanese course for children aged 4-6 years. Meet the fantastic Memo the Dragon, who in an interesting and engaging companion in learning the 100 most important Japanese words. Thanks to the world-famous SuperMemo method, the child will remember them forever.
The Japanese course メモドラゴンと学ぶ日本語1 was prepared with the youngest learners in mind. Learning Japanese with Memo the Dragon is based around 10 colourful, animated boards, from which children learn the essential new phrases: numbers, colours, toys, animals and other important objects surrounding them in everyday life. Thanks to funny animations, learning Japanese with Memo the Dragon stimulates children's imagination and increases their motivation.
The Japanese course for children also includes 200 interactive exercises, which help them to memorize the newly acquired material and check the effectiveness of its assimilation. After each exercise is completed, the SuperMemo method comes in, determining the best time for the repetition of the material!
Learning Japanese with Memo the Dragon is possible in such languages as Polish, English, German, French, Russian, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese (Brazilian) and Chinese.
How to learn Japanese with Memo the Dragon?
While working with the course メモドラゴンと学ぶ日本語1, the child learns the new material and then performs two types of exercises. Each lesson starts with an animated and interactive presentation board, on which the child has to find hidden words related to a given topic. After clicking on each one, a funny animation appears together with a voice recording. The student then goes on to the first series of exercises in which he or she listens to the word and clicks on the selected target. The solution is always accompanied by an animation and a recording. In the second series of exercises, the youngster matches the captions with the pictures. If they cannot read yet, they can play a voice recording of the word by clicking on the caption and then match it to the relevant picture. Based on the answer given, the SuperMemo algorithm precisely determines the repetition of the word at the optimal time for storing it in long-term memory. By covering a given amount of material every day, the child will learn Japanese for good.