Brun Ugle wrote:I had been thinking about doing that as part of the Peppa Pig Project. I thought it would be a nice collaborative effort and make Peppa Pig even more useful for learning languages. I found even just having transcriptions of some of the English episodes to be incredibly helpful and I thought it would be a good exercise to transcribe episodes in one’s target languages. And then those transcripts could help other students at an even lower level. Since the episodes are less than five minutes each and the rate of speech is fairly slow, it shouldn’t be too much work for the student to transcribe or for a native to correct.
This is a great idea!
IronMike wrote:Did this happen to you much?
Some of those drag and drops were a little glitchy for me, too. I think I had the same problem you did with the one you showed in the screenshot. Luckily, there aren't many drag&drop activities in the whole course, and I think at most there was only one other one that I had similar problems with.
I did have some issues with the drag&drops being finicky in general and I'd have to keeping dragging them in a slightly different way until they accepted to be in the right spot. I guess you get what you pay for!
*Also, be sure to do exactly what the directions say (ex: if it specifies to either use or not use punctuation, include or not include the subject, etc) otherwise it will mark all your answers wrong even if they are actually correct.