Tarbaby wrote:Could you try checking out this link to the games on the French language forum, JQ?
They are in Public Space there and I don't think you even have to be registered to the French forum to view them. You won't need to speak French to see what each game is all about.
linda2 wrote: - One dilemma that I had when starting a couple of weeks ago, was whether to start at the beginning of the course from lesson 1, or jump into the middle and join in with the discussions/get support from my peers.
Duk Lee wrote:linda2 wrote: - One dilemma that I had when starting a couple of weeks ago, was whether to start at the beginning of the course from lesson 1, or jump into the middle and join in with the discussions/get support from my peers.
If you allow me, please....
One thing pops in my mind is that if you start from lesson 1, you may be quite isolated, not getting much feedback or interaction from the group, until you catch up with the current practice pieces and discussion.
I am in the group D2. I am sure each lesson has its own characteristics and purpose under Mr. Delcamp's intention, but as far as a difficulty level between lesson 1 and lesson now(?) is concerned, I do not see much differences. I suspect that other groups would be in a similar situation.
Whichever group you are in, I would suggest you to jump right on to the current.
Just my thought....
JQ. wrote:No, I can't see them. This the message I get clicking JFD'S link:
"You are not authorised to read this forum."
Jean-FranĂ§ois Delcamp wrote:Hello everyone,
Each student can record several or, preferably, all the pieces and exercises which I shall give out for each lesson. After a week to ten days of work, no more, the student will upload his first recordings in a single post.
I ask all students to listen to the recordings of each of the other students of the same level, then to give their encouragement, opinions, and if possible their advice. Then the student, after having received that feedback, can post a second series of recordings taking into account the advice and opinions of the other members of the forum. All advice is welcome, and I am counting on the assistance of all members to help, encourage and advise students and finally to enable them to progress.
Jeremy Hickerson wrote: It will be hard to put something out there w/ a bunch of mistakes in it, but looks like we're supposed to.
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