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Tell Me More homeschool language programs are multiple levels in one purchase, and feature state-of-the-art speech-recognition. The TELL ME MORE method is an immersion study, employing dozens of activities in every lesson, and teaching the whole language:

  • Reading and Writing
  • Listening and Speaking
  • Grammar and Conjugation
  • Culture and Traditions

Home educators can track the progress and performance of their students, print out their work, and assign to them timed tests that are built into the program, and written tests from the program’s Lesson Study Guides. Choose from Arabic, Chinese, Dutch, English (ESL), French, German, Italian, Japanese, and Spanish.

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  1. Tell Me More Review by Keri

    We started using TMM this year for Spanish. My older children, ages 13 and 11, have been able to get into it much more than my younger ones, ages 8 and 6. It is somewhat tricky to navigate through until you gain more experience with how the program works. The grammar can be a bit challenging because it requires perfect spelling, including accents, to answer correctly.

    My older kids are learning through trial and error how to proceed through the program. We like the native speakers and the speech recognition tools.

    I think it is a good value for the money since you can purchase five levels at once, which is definitely more economical than the similar Rosetta Stone program.

    I would recommend this for middle school and higher.

  2. Tell Me More Review by JulieCC

    We used TMM Spanish for a middle-school-aged son. I’d tried Rosetta Stone and powerspeaK12 and in my opinion, TMM is a much better option and more economical. I did use the 2006 version, not the newer, more-homeschool-friendly, version.

    The visuals are wonderful, the speech recognition is such a great tool (even my non-verbal, autistic daughter would speak using it!). They use native speakers, which is a huge plus.

    There are a wide variety of learning steps to cover different learning styles: audio, visual, etc., with fun puzzles and games like “hangman” and word searches.

    It is an immersion method, however, it has very strong grammar instruction which many other immersion programs lack.

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