We've created two mobile apps for you. eAssistant - your personal assistant where you can create and sell lessons, and eTutor - an application for your students where they can buy and study your lessons. The lesson is based on the video uploaded to Youtube, and with the help of eAssistant you can add various exercises to it and make it visible for students.
1) Test. Classic test - question, 4 answers, 1 correct.
2) Mistake. The student sees the sentence with a mistake, his task is to write it correctly.
3) Structure. When you create an exercise, you simply download the sentence and its translation in your application. The student sees the translation and mixed words from the sentence. The task is to put words in the right order.
4) Dictation. A YouTube video where you dictate dictation. The student writes the dictation in his/her application or notebook, and then checks for errors according to the text version that you downloaded in your application.
5) Listening. A YouTube video where you record some information (or it can be just a fragment from an audiobook). Then the student is offered a number of questions based on what he/she heard.
6) Gaps. The student needs to insert the missing words in the sentence.
7) Conformity. You create some pairs of words or expressions. For example, word - translation, term - definition, synonyms, antonyms, word - meaning. The student must find a match.
8) Photo test. When you create an exercise, you record a word or a phrase (for example, They play football) and upload four photos (for example, one with someone playing football). The student will be able to play the phrase in audio format without reading it. If he doesnt understand, he can read it then.
9) Translation. The student receives sentences that he/she needs to translate.
10) Text. Load a text for the student to read. While reading, a student can have a long press on a word to get his translation. Immediately he can create a card with that word to aid him/her in remembering it.
Flashcards (cards for memorizing words). This is a separate part of the application. Cards can be created by the tutor for each lesson, and the student can also create them on their own. Cards from the tutor are tied to the lessons and the student gets an access to them after buying the lesson.
There are 4 ways to work with cards:2) View each as two-way cards.
3) Write a translation for the proposed term.
4) A game where 6 terms and 6 definitions are mixed. The task is to find all matches as quickly as possible.