Kiddies learn gradually and far differently than grownups do.
You might reasonably ask, “Does Rosetta rock benefit young ones?” Unfortunately, the solution can also be no.
It does not benefit kiddies for a reason that is different. Rosetta Stone’s format of employing photos it very easy for children (and, in fact, for anyone) to remember the picture and get the answer right but without really knowing the foreign word or phrase that you match to foreign words makes.
You know what I’m talking about if you have ever remembered a person’s face but couldn’t remember their name.
Rosetta Stone’s system design allows you to “cheat” and obtain the right solution without actually once you understand it. Kiddies are specifically susceptible to achieving this. The interesting images really slow down a child’s learning. Continue reading “Rosetta Stone Does Not Work Nicely for Kiddies Either”