Discover U|Slic

U|slic 1.1includes twelve chapters, each containing an average of twelve paragraphs of five sentences. There is an average of ten words in a paragraph. The user progresses a sentence at a time.


At the end of the learning session, the user can deal with a vocabulary of about two to three thousand words spread out through various topic sentences.

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3 easy and fun steps to learn a foreign language!

01 Learn by animation

  1. The student choose a text in his mother tongue, and the system plays the corresponding animation.
  2. When the student is ready, the text will reappear in the language that he wishes to learn.
  3. At this step, the student acquires the global meaning of the text he wishes to learn.


02 Learn by decomposition

  1. The system will break the sentences into clauses, syntagms (groups), and words.
  2. The student then learns the vocabulary, the pronunciation, and the context in which it should be used.
  3. The student will reinforce what he has learned by doing exercises.

The exercise can be: multiple choices, lexical recongition, orthographic recognition, grammar reconstitution, etc. Note that the exercises’ level of difficulties will increase according to the student’s performance.At this step, the student learns throughly every part of the text.


03 Learn by re-composition

  1. The student recomposes the sentences from words, groups, and clauses.
  2. The process could be done using voice, text, animation or a hybrid of the three.
  3. The student will do extensive re-composition exercises in order to master what he has learned.

The progressive and cumulative evaluation system enables the user to measure and appreciate the extend of his knowledge. It enables him to know which learning level he has reached. The use of anmiation sequences for learning helps to stimulate the imagination of young people and to provoke aesthetic emotion, meaning the wonder emerging from the story associated with the beauty of the graphics.