Language Tech Tools
Let's register with your student number @richland2.org; make your password memorable or match it to one of your other frequently-used passwords. You will be able to access your account from your home computer, your Chromebook, and iPads or other tablets, and it will update each time so you will not need to repeat lessons. I suggest emailing yourself the link or bookmarking this page.
If you’re a visual learner, Memrise is a choice for building vocabulary. It uses mnemonics, which are designed to connect a new word in association with an image or story. This system combines technology and our understanding of memory with humor.
Memrise has a Google account sign in option. There are several free courses and collections for students; please do not select the Go Pro options without family discussion.
Mango Languages at Richland County Public Library
If you have a library card, you can use your 14-digit library card number and your PIN (the last 4 digits of the phone number your family used to apply for the card (usually your home phone number)) to get access to Mango Languages and create an account.
Free site indexed by language. Includes advertisements in sidebar which students should ignore.
Language Keyboards without Changing Chrome Settings
Flashcard and Review Games: Use existing sets or create and share your own
When you need to look something up on Wikipedia, try the article written in your target language! If you struggle, look up the article on the English Wikipedia, and then click the translation on the left if it is provided (which it is for a surprising number of articles!).