Edu-Penn is your private pocket tutor, always available, easily accessible, and cheaper.
Have you ever wondered how children learn to talk? Many people, when asked that question, respond that they do it by imitating. This is at least partially true. Without imitation, we couldn’t account for the fact that children in Texas usually learn Texan English, children in Paris usually learns Parisian French, and not vice versa. They imitate the nouns and verbs and sentence structures of others around them; they also learn by association, experience, years before they see a book or a written word.
EDU-PENN is an innovative technological advanced educational aid. Using the latest in technological advancements, it combines all of the primary language learning skills and techniques in the palm of your hand to make it one of the most effective aids in learning languages.
- It caters for the different types of learners such as visual, audio or kinesthetic learner.
- Edu-Penn flash cards
- Allows one to learn the pronunciation
- Allows one listen to the language, listening helps one retain the words spoken
- Learn the alphabet
- Pay attention to grammar
- Memorize words
- Allows ‘shadowing’ technique, repeating after one hears the spoken word.
- Test your pronunciation, knowledge of alphabet, grammar, words, common sentences and phrases.
- Allows for music in the language being learnt to be played.
- Edu-Penn has prerecorded idioms, proverbs, and expressions.
- Edu-Penn allows repetitive practice, if you don’t practice speaking the language you won’t be fluent in it. Talk back to the EDU-PENN. Play it back and evaluate yourself.
Generally, the point of leaning a language isn’t perfection. It’s communication. This is perhaps one of the simplest truths of learning a language, and yet it’s the often the hardest one to remember. We rarely study languages to become fluent and appear to be native speakers. I mean, that’s a fantastic goal, but it requires a level of dedication the average adult doesn’t have time for. More likely, you’re studying Zulu to be able to ask where the bathroom is, or where you can find some decent shisha nyama in this joint. If you’re able to get your point across, you’ve accomplished your primary goal.
EDU-PENN, using the latest technological advancements can take the learner to almost perfection in 20 hrs.
Edu-Penn technology can be used provide for the needs of the visually impaired and the illiterate. Books, novels, articles, newspapers can be easily and cheaply converted into audio books etc, in any of the official languages. No longer will the visually impaired or the illiterate be discriminated against. Using the Edu-Penn technology they can be included in the mainstream. The visually impaired, especially those who were historically disadvantaged and who did not learn Braille can now entertain and empower themselves with audio books etc. This will get a great aid towards improving the lives of these often forgotten and ignored individuals.
What a pleasure if we could converse with our fellow South Africans in any of our 11 languages
- Northern Sotho