Hi beautiful people! With more and more of us spending so much time at home, our bullet journal is becoming even more of a common pastime. It allows us to plan our lives, track our progress, lay out our schedules, and apparently…. learn languages!
Turns out your bullet journal can double as a chic study tracker and language journal. You just have to know how to use it.
In this course, I’ll be demonstrating language learning spreads that work for both me and other language learners. Spreads that are even being sold as printables online. That’s how efficient they are.
I curated a few spreads for the whole month, and an in-depth weekly spread for tracking daily progress. The spreads are simple to make, and only require a dark pen and highlighter. All the spreads I demonstrate are what I consider to be essential for language learning.
The spreads I’ll demonstrate:
- Study tracker / Time tracker (Donut Style!)
- Most used Phrases
- New Vocabulary
- Articles to Read & Videos to Watch
- Skills to focus on & Resources for….
- Weekly Spread
About your Instructor
Just as a little about me, my name is Cierra Smith and you’re currently reading my language blog. A language student of nearly 6 years, I feel as if I’ve learned more in the past 5 months than in any of the years before.
Once I ditched traditional language courses, and personalized the process for myself, I suddenly found that progress not only came naturally– but was actually fun. My main mission with this site is to help other broke students master language through enjoyable digitally immersive techniques.
And since I’m a big advocate of personalizing the acquisition process, I absolutely love Bullet Journals. Writing of any kind is always a necessary part of output practice during the learning process.
For more information on how you can truly master bullet journal for language learning on your own, be sure to check out The Smart way to bullet journal to speed up language learning (Self-Quarantine Edition).
Looking for a new bullet journal?
You can grab one of my hand-made bullet journals newly released on Amazon! Each journal is A5 size, has an inspirational language quote on the cover, and is priced at just $9.49 for a limited time.
Now on to the Course
Intro and What to Expect
Time Tracker Spread
Most Used Phrases Spread
Weekly Spread Continued
Just as some extra treats…
I really hope you’re feeling a bit more at ease after reading these tips. We’re currently living in a very stressful situation world-wide and it’s so important that you make sure to take care of your mental health. It’s more important now than ever to really prioritize self care over other responsibilities.
With any extra time you may have, learning a foreign language is a great way to distract your mind from other worries. It’s a productive skill that’ll help you for the rest of your life. You open yourself up to new experiences, mindsets, ideas, and aspirations– so you’d be hard-pressed to find something better to learn.
But learning alone at your house doesn’t mean you can’t also communicate with fluent speakers who are eager to help you. No one want to learn an entire language by their self.
For truly reliable, high-quality speaking resources, I can honestly only recommend 2:
- Lingualift (currently offering a 25% discount using code courage and a free 124-page ebook on “Language Learning Secrets” when you sign up for their email list. )
- Dedicated Tutors ready to teach you
- A global language learning community that connects students and teachers for 1-on-1 online language lessons
If you’re feeling the inspirational vibes I’m sending your way to further study another language, then make sure to sign up for your free language learning mini toolbox.
Equipped with a 4-week checklist, 100 fun learning ideas, the keys to a “naturally simple” approach, and a rapid acquisition 2-week plan. All right to your inbox.
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Stay positive my self care queen! And I look forward to seeing you again real soon.