Six-month access to DISK in NT2 SCHOOL.
DISK is an online NT2 method for ISK students between the ages of twelve and sixteen. By means of twenty interesting themes, such as ‘In love’, ‘Appearance’, and ‘Film’, students work at their own level to achieve the target levels (A2 and B1). With the help of the ISK Portfolio, they learn to order their Tasks, Sources and Building Blocks themselves. Students choose their next steps from a menu composed by their teacher in the online environment. The teaching materials are diverse and therefore engaging: a (picture) dictionary, pronunciation trainer, grammar module, and the module Lezen op 1F.
Teachers can track the progress of the entire class, a group, or an individual student online. They can also monitor how each individual student is doing with respect to the four learning pathways of listening, speaking, reading, and writing. This enables them to determine which specific skills require extra training. Teachers can also add their own material to the online platform. DISK offers support and flexibility for optimal ISK student supervision.
With the purchase of ten or more student accounts per year, institutions may request a free teacher’s account. The teacher’s manual can be downloaded for free.
- DISK runs through the browsers Google Chrome, Apple Safari, Mozilla Firefox and Microsoft Edge. It does NOT run through Internet Explorer.
- DISK can also be used on tablets.
- DISK requires the use of headphones and a microphone.