eyeVocab for Hans-Friederich Mueller's de Bello Gallico


This implementation of eyeVocab Latin covers the high frequency vocabulary in Hans Frederich Mueller's Caesar: Selections from his Commentarii De Bello Gallico.

eyeVocab leverages memory for graphically distinctive and emotionally affective images with narrative implications, presented in isolation and combined with phonologically emphasized sound, to establish long term declarative knowledge of the vocabulary presented.

eyeVocab has provided results in Latin, Arabic, Spanish and Mandarin at the middle school, high school, and university levels, including university intensive courses in Latin and Arabic, and in country Arabic intensive courses funded by the U.S. State Department, far exceeding those attained employing other methods.

The basis of the power of our method: eyeVocab's Essential Principles.

For more information see: eyeVocab and Second Language Vocabulary Acquisition

Note: This download will provide links to both Windows and Mac versions of the software, documentation, and a license. Linux is not yet supported. The program runs on laptops and desktops, but not on hand held devices or netbooks.

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