- 256 Anki flashcards
- 1 Naver comic
- Integrated Korean Ch 8 and corresponding workbook pages
- Korean internet children's games (Yahoo! Kids Korea)
I like the idea of watching short clips of drama series (1-3 min long) and reading along with the Korean transcripts. When I come across useful words I don't know, I will add them to my new Anki deck with the audio/video context. This seems like a much better method than studying random vocabulary I've never heard before.
I am also going to try to include more music in my studying and memorize song lyrics. I know that it's much easier for me to memorize something in lyric form from many years of listening to Japanese music. I can recite song lyrics in Japanese but I can't speak Japanese at all!
I'm going to continue with using Integrated Korean since I've already used it and it's great for brushing up on grammar points I've forgotten. Also, I will use more internet sources like talktomeinkorean.com and random korean lessons online.
I decided to discontinue using GLOSS for the time being, since I feel that it is slightly above my current level and I don't feel that it will be as helpful now as it will be in about 2 or 3 months.
And, finally, I will incorporate more speaking into my regiment. I recently discovered livemocha.com and rhinospike.com, so I will be using those for speaking/listening practice. I might even try to find a local language exchange partner in my city.
Thanks for reading and keeping up as I perfect my learning techniques. Another update coming next Sunday.