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Sketchnoting a Foreign Language


Are you interested in learning a foreign language?

How about visual note-taking, is that your thing too?

If so then I’ve got the perfect course for you: Learn a New Language with Sketchnotes.

I’ve been experimenting all year with different ways of merging language learning and visual note-taking, and I share all of those experiments with you in this new course.

Check out the video above for a sample lesson, as well as the recap below.

Lesson Recap

Here’s the final sketchnote from the sample lesson above:

Lesson 3.2 – Sketch Scenes to Build Vocabulary

Examples

Here are a few examples of how I’ve used sketched scenes while learning French.

Here’s the view from my front porch!

A few scenes from an episode of Marseille on Netflix (plus a diagram showing terms for family relationships).

These are from a book of short stories. Some of these I’d consider simple icons, but others fall more into the scene category.

Check Out the Full Course

If you enjoyed this lesson and want to see others like it, then check out the full course:

Learn a New Language with Sketchnotes

I hope you enjoy merging visual note-taking and language-learning. I’ve been having a lot of fun with all of the experiments that I’ve been conducting at that intersection.

Cheers,

-Doug