TwitterLearn Italian is a revolutionary language-learning solution from the Radio Lingua Network. Over the eight weeks of the first season of TwitterLearn, over 2 million micro-lessons messages have been delivered to language-learners around the world. The deluxe edition of TwitterLearn Italian Season 1 is now available. Watch the video to find out more. (Can’t see the video? View it on blip.tv)
The deluxe version of TwitterLearn Italian includes the following items:
- a 29-page eBook which lists all the vocabulary covered with full explanations and additional words and phrases to help you build your range of expression
- downloadable mp3 audio for all forty lessons
- iPod / iPhone-ready video lessons which let you see the words and phrases you’re learning as you listen
- high resolution AppleTV ready videos for watching full screen on your computer or TV*
Do I need to have a Twitter account?
Not at all! We simply used Twitter to deliver the original lessons. With the deluxe version, everything is delivered straight to iTunes and you’ll be able to download all the content with just a few clicks. Of course, if you’re following @learnitalian on Twitter you’ll be among the first to hear when the next season begins – see below for more details.
Is TwitterLearn over?
Not at all! This summer we’ve been extremely busy bring learners around the world micro language-lessons every day for eight weeks. TwitterLearn will be back later in the year and we’ll be using the system to help learners increase their vocabulary, practise their verbs, and build their knowledge of grammar in future seasons. If you want to be prepared for the next season of TwitterLearn Italian, make sure you follow @learnitalian on Twitter today. You can also view the archive of TwitterLearn Italian season 1 lessons on our site.
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*Note that the videos provided as part of the deluxe version of TwitterLearn Italian are formatted as .m4v MPEG4 movie files. These can be viewed on many popular media players, and will work with iTunes, QuickTime Player on Mac and PC. You don’t need an iPod, iPhone or Apple TV to view the materials – download the AppleTV versions to play full screen on your computer.