Learning a new language is like making a salad niçoise.
You need certain ingredients in order to call it a salad niçoise.
|For your new language you need:
|| • Motivation
• Super-Learners Methodology
relaxing class chairs
• Super-Learners class ambiance
• Super-Learners specially selected and trained Guides
• Super-Learners Language Script
• Listening to your Super-Learners CDs 30 minutes daily
|In addition to the above ingredients for your true fluency
in the language of your dreams, Madame Rasmussen suggests the following:
• Music CDs in the language
you are studying - Begin your library by buying a music CD once
a month by different artists.
• Collect DVDs that have your language -
Once you have seen the movie in English, watch it in the language
you are learning. For the following week, play the same DVD in the
background while you are cooking, doing chores or falling asleep.
• Disney Cartoon Movies on DVD are fun and
valuable learning tools. When humor, color and
cartoon figures are involved, the right hemisphere takes notice
and quickly becomes involved.
• Magazines - Select the ones that have fashion,
celebrity gossip, recipes and your horoscope. Newspapers are usually
in a journalistic style that is not conducive to conversation.
• Super-Learners “Genoveva Raconteur”
Short Story Series - Classic foreign language stories and
original stories by Madame Rasmussen read by her as well as other
• Trips - Plan a trip to a country where
your newly acquired language is spoken. Be right-brained and jot
over to Paris, Madrid, Guadalajara or Florence just for the week-end!