Pronunciator Course Designer

Create and Deploy Custom Language Courses

Use Our Content – or Your Own

Choose from 740,000+ recorded phrases in 80 languages — or record your own!

Use Our Technology

8 drill types and 6 quiz types

Create What You Want

Design what you want to teach, and deploy via a single password

Meet Their Needs

Visually track progress and easily identify needs

 

 

With Pronunciator’s Course Designer (“PCD”), you can create custom language courses that leverage Pronunciator’s content and functionality, and deploy the courses to learners via a simple password.

PCD is intended for foreign language teachers in a K-12 or university setting, and for ESL or literacy instructors. PCD is not meant for individuals to build their own courses; instead, individuals should follow the Learning Guides within Pronunciator.

Plus, with support for over 700 Native American languages, PCD is particularly well-suited for Bureau of Indian Education schools, all of whom enjoy free access to Pronunciator.

With the exception of BIE schools (who enjoy free access to Pronunciator), your organization must be a Pronunciator institutional subscriber (university, K-12, literacy center, or public library) to ensure access for all your students.

With PCD, you can:

– Create custom language courses of any length and size

– Deploy to an unlimited number of students (provided they possess library cards from a library subscribing to Pronunciator, or are students enrolled at a school subscribing to Pronunciator)

– Deploy the same course to multiple class sections

– Choose illustrative phrases from a database of over 700,000 phrases, across 80 languages — or create and record your own

– Decide which Pronunciator drills and quizzes to present in each unit, and determine their exact order of presentation

– Add notes that include narration, pre-recorded audio, and/or YouTube videos

– Track student progress with detailed visual gradebooks

– Easily see which students are struggling, and what skills they need the most help with

 

Course Designer User Manual

The Basic Organization of a Custom Course:

Any course you create with PCD has a hierarchical organizational structure:

Course
Levels
Units
Phrases
Events

You can think of a Course as a house. The Levels are the floors of the house. The Units are the rooms on each floor. The Phrases are the furniture in each room. And the Events are the instructions to guests on where they should go and what they should do within the house.

The PCD interface:

PCD’s interface is organized using tabs. There are seven tabs, as follows:

“My Account” – where you can edit your teacher profile (and change your username/password if desired).

“My Courses” – where you can create a new course, and edit, publish or un-publish, or delete an existing course.

“Levels” – where you can add, edit, or delete learning levels for an existing course.

“Units” – where you can add, edit, or delete units for an existing course.

“Phrases” – where you search for phrases to add to each unit, and optionally create micro-notes for them.

“Events” – where you establish the flow of each Unit. It is the set of instructions that Pronunciator will use to lead your students through a unit. Here you add and order Drills, Quizzes, and Notes.

“Course Stats” – where you track and monitor student progress and quiz scores.

My Account

The “My Account” tab is where you can edit or delete your teacher profile (and change your username/password if desired).

How to create a Teacher account

When you launch PCD, a “Log In” window appears. The first time you launch the program, you’ll need to create a free Teacher account for yourself. A Teacher account lets you create courses with PCD.

1. Click on “New Teacher”.

2. Enter your Formal Title (“Dr.”, “Ms.”, “Mr.”, etc.).

3. Enter your first name.

4. Enter your last name.

5. Enter your email address.

6. Enter your affiliation (the institution where you work).

7. Click “Create”.

A confirmation message containing your log in credentials will be sent to your email address within minutes. If you don’t receive it, check your junk mail or trash folder.


How to log in

Once you have created a Teacher Account (see above), you can log in to PCD.

1. Launch PCD at http://www.pronunciator.com/CD_main.html

2. Enter your “Teacher name”

3. Enter your password

4. Click “Log In”.

The “My Account” tab will display. By clicking on the pencil icon, you can edit or delete your teacher account. Note that the Teacher account in PCD is not linked to your Pronunciator account.

Clicking on your name, or on the “My Courses” tab, will open the “My Courses” page.


How to edit your Teacher account

1. Click on the “My Account” tab.

2. Click the pencil icon to the left of your teacher name.

3. Select “Edit this Account”.

4. You can enter new information in any field. Note that the password field appears to be blank as a security measure.

5. Click “Save” to save your changes, or “Cancel” to abandon your changes.


How to recover your password

1. Launch Course Designer.

2. Click the “Forgot Password” button.

3. Enter your User Name.

4. Click “Send Password”.

5. Your password will be sent to the email you used when you registered.

Note: If you also lost your User Name, contact us and we will help you in person.


How to delete your Teacher account

Note: Deleting your Teacher account is a permanent action. It also deletes any courses you have created with PCD.

1. Click on the “My Account” tab.

2. Click the pencil icon to the left of your teacher name.

3. Select “Delete this Account”.

4. A dialog appears, asking if you are sure you want to delete your account. To delete, select “Confirm”. To cancel the operation, select “Cancel”.

My Courses

The “My Courses” tab is where you can create a new course, and edit, publish or un-publish, or delete an existing course.

How to create a course

1. Click on the “My Courses” tab.

2. Click the “Create a new course” button. A dialog will appear.

3. Enter the Course Name. For example, “French 101” or “Advanced Chinese Grammar”. You can name a course anything you like, but it should reflect the overall scope and purpose of your Custom Course.

4. Select the “Interface language” from the dropdown menu. The interface language is the language in which your students will see the user interface of your course. It affects the translation text that appears beneath the native text; the navigation menus; the narration language; etc. The interface language is not the language the students will be learning.

5. Select the “Language to learn” from the dropdown menu.

6. Choose whether you want your course “Locked” or not. A locked course (recommended) means that students must complete the course in the exact order that you specify, and are unable to jump ahead. An unlocked course means that students can jump ahead, and can complete the course in whatever order they like.

7. Enter the length in weeks of your course, as a number, in the “Length in weeks” field. For example, “8”.

8. Specify an Entry Code. Make it simple enough for students to remember, but unique enough that you won’t get students from other courses logging in to yours by mistake. For example, “louisxiv” is better than “french”.

9. Optional: If you have multiple class sections in your real-world course, and are creating a PCD to supplement it, you can assign a different Entry Code to each section (with a maximum of 3 sections). This will allow you to easily manage and track your different sections within the “Course Stats” reports.

10. Optional: Write a brief description of the course.

11. Click “Save” when you are done.


How to edit an existing course

1. Click on the “My Courses” tab.

2. Click the pencil icon to the left of the course you want to edit.

3. Select “Edit this Course”.

4. Within the “Edit an Existing Course” dialog, edit any details you want to change.

5. When done, click “Save” to save your changes.


How to publish a course

Publishing a course makes it “live”. When a course has been published, any student you have provided an Entry Code to will be able to log into the course.

1. Click on the “My Courses” tab.

2. Click the pencil icon to the left of the course you want to publish.

3. Select “Edit this Course”.

4. Click the green “Publish Course” button on the bottom right of the screen.

Your course will be published and available to any student you have provided with an Entry Code.


How to un-publish a course

If you have published a course, and for some reason want to make it private again (without deleting it), you should un-publish it.

1. Click on the “My Courses” tab.

2. Click the pencil icon to the left of the course you want to un-publish.

3. Select “Edit this Course”.

4. Click the gray “Un-Publish Course” button on the bottom right of the screen.

Your course will be un-published and will not be available to any student you have provided with an Entry Code.

Tip: To re-publish a course that you have un-published, simply follow the steps for “How to publish a course”, above.


How to delete a course

1. Click on the “My Courses” tab.

2. Click the pencil icon to the left of the course you want to delete.

3. Select “Delete this Course”.

4. A dialog appears, asking if you are sure you want to delete the selected course. To delete, select “Confirm”. To cancel the operation, select “Cancel”.

Important: Once you delete a course, there is no way to un-delete it. It is permanently erased.

Levels

The “Levels” tab is where you can add, edit, or delete learning levels for an existing course.

You can create an unlimited number of levels in a course, and each level can be as large or small as you like.

Note: You cannot create a Level until you have created a Course.

How to work with Levels in a course

1. Select the “My Courses” tab.

2. Click on the name of the course you want to work on, and you will automatically be taken to the Levels tab.


How to create a level

1. Click on the “Levels” tab.

2. Click the “Create a new Level” button. A dialog will appear.

3. Enter the name of the level. You can name a level anything you like, but it should reflect the overall scope and purpose of your level.

4. Optional: Write a brief description of the level.

5. Click “Save” when you are done.


How to edit an existing level

1. Click on the “Levels” tab.

2. Click the pencil icon to the left of the level you want to edit.

3. Select “Edit this Level”.

4. Within the “Edit a Level” dialog, edit any details you want to change.

5. When done, click “Save” to save your changes.


How to delete a level

1. Click on the “Levels” tab.

2. Click the pencil icon to the left of the level you want to delete.

3. Select “Delete this Level”.

4. A dialog appears, asking if you are sure you want to delete the selected level. To delete, select “Confirm”. To cancel the operation, select “Cancel”.

Important: Once you delete a level, there is no way to un-delete it. It is permanently erased.


How to reorder your levels

Let’s say you created 3 levels so far, and you realize that the level you created as the first level would be better as the third level. Re-ordering levels is easy.

1. Click on the “Levels” tab.

2. To move a level up in the list, click the up arrow on the gray button to its left.

3. To move a level down in the list, click the down arrow on the gray button to its left.

Your changes are automatically saved.

Units

The “Units” tab is where you can add, edit, or delete units for an existing course.

Each level that you create can hold an unlimited number of units.

N.B.: You cannot create a Unit until you have created a Level.

How to work with Units in a course

1. Select the “My Courses” tab.

2. Click on the name of the course you want to work on, and you will automatically be taken to the Levels tab.

3. Select the Level that you would like to add Units to, and you will automatically be taken to the Units tab for that Level.


How to create a Unit
1. Click on the “Units” tab.

2. Click the “Create a new Unit” button. A dialog will appear.

3. Enter the name of the unit. You can name a unit anything you like, but it should reflect the overall scope and purpose of your unit.

4. Optional: Write a brief description of the unit.

5. Click “Save” when you are done.


How to edit an existing Unit

1. Click on the “Units” tab.

2. Click the pencil icon to the left of the Unit you want to edit.

3. Select “Edit this Unit”.

4. Within the “Edit a Unit” dialog, edit any details you want to change.

5. When done, click “Save” to save your changes.


How to delete a Unit

1. Click on the “Units” tab.

2. Click the pencil icon to the left of the Unit you want to delete.

3. Select “Delete this Unit”.

4. A dialog appears, asking if you are sure you want to delete the selected Unit. To delete, select “Confirm”. To cancel the operation, select “Cancel”.

Important: Once you delete a Unit, there is no way to un-delete it. It is permanently erased.


How to reorder your Units

Let’s say you created 3 units so far, and you realize that the unit you created as the first unit would be better as the third unit. Re-ordering units is easy.

1. Click on the “Units” tab.

2. To move a Unit up in the list, click the up arrow on the gray button to its left.

3. To move a Unit down in the list, click the down arrow on the gray button to its left.

Your changes are automatically saved.

Phrases

The Phrases tab is where you search for phrases to add to each unit, and optionally create Micro-Notes for them.

The Pronunciator database contains over 700,000 phrases to search and select from to populate your Units.

How to search for Phrases

1. Click on the “Units” tab.

2. Click on the Unit you want to add Phrases to.

3. Enter a word or phrase in the “Find” field.

Tip: You can use the asterisk (*) character to perform wildcard searches. For example, “*chien” will find both “chien” and “autrichien”.

Tip: You can also use the asterisk alone in the “Find” field if you don’t have a particular word or phrase in mind, but want to search for examples that you can use — for instance, phrases in the Future Perfect in the Interrogative (Question) form.

4. You can narrow your search by selecting one or more options:

– If you want to limit your search to a particular level within Pronunciator’s database, select a level from under the “Within Level” dropdown menu.

– If you have chosen to limit your search to a particular level within Pronunciator’s database, you can also limit further by Unit. To do so, select a unit from under the “Within Unit” dropdown menu.

– You can limit your search by Part of Speech or Verb Tense. For example, if you want to only find examples of the “Past Perfect” tense, you would select “Past Perfect” under the “Example of” dropdown menu.

– You can also limit your search by Type of phrase, whether it be an Affirmative, Negative, or Question. To do so, select one of these Types under the “Type” dropdown menu.

5. When you are ready to search, click the “Perform Find” button.

The results of your search will appear in the “Search Results” grid.


How to add Phrases to a Unit

1. Within the “Search Results” grid, click once on the checkbox under the “Add” column for each phrase you want to add. (If you change your mind, simply uncheck the checkbox and it will be removed.)

Each phrase you add will appear in the “My Selections” grid.


How to reorder your selected Phrases

Within the “My Selections” grid, there is a gray button with up and down arrows to the left of each phrase.

To move the phrase up, click the up arrow.

To move the phrase down, click the down arrow.

To move the phrase up or down many rows, keep clicking on the relevant arrow for that phrase.


How to delete a selected Phrase

1. Within the “My Selections” grid, click the pencil icon to the left of the phrase you want to delete.

2. Click “Remove this Phrase”.

3. To confirm, click “Confirm”, else click “Cancel”.

Note: You can always re-add the phrase by searching for it again and adding it.


How to add a Micro-Note to a Selected Phrase

Micro-Notes can contain text, audio narration, pre-recorded audio, and/or embedded YouTube videos. You should create a Micro-Note if you want to explain a particular point relative to a specific phrase you are using within a Unit. The Micro-Note will appear as a clickable “Note” within the Listening Drill for phrases that you create Micro-Notes for.

1. Within the “My Selections” grid, click the pencil icon to the left of the phrase you want to add a Micro-Note to.

2. Click “Add Note”.

3. Enter a title for the Note in the “Note Title” field.

4. Enter text for the Note in the “Note Text” field. Basic HTML markup is allowed.

5. When you are done, click “Save” (unless you are adding optional Video or Narration, below).

6. Optional Video: To embed a YouTube video, click the checkbox to the left of “YouTube Video”, and in the “URL” field that appears, enter the full YouTube URL of the video you want to embed.

7. Optional Narration

To add live narration

1. Click the “Yes” radio button to the right of “Narration”

2. Make sure you have a microphone attached to your computer.

3. Position yourself about 6 inches (10 cm) from the microphone, if you have a desktop mic.

4. When you are ready to record, click the red record button.

5. At the sound of the beep, begin recording your narration.

6. To stop recording, click the stop button (the square icon to the right of the red record button).

7. To review your recording, click the green play button.

8. When you are satisfied, click the “Save” button.

 

To add a pre-recorded narration or other audio file

1. Click the “Yes” radio button to the right of “Narration”

2. Click the “Browse” button and locate the audio file on your hard drive.

Note: The file you upload must be an MP3 audio file. You can name it anything you want, but it must be in the MP3 format and have the “.MP3” extension in the file name. Also, the audio file must have the following technical attributes: Bitrate of 128 kbps, bit depth of 16 bit, and single channel (Mono, not Stereo). If you upload a file and are unable to play it, it is because your audio file differs from these technical specs. We recommend using a free audio editor like WavePad or Audacity to ensure your files are saved in the specified format.

3. Select the file you want to upload, and click “Open”.

4. When you are done, click “Save”.


How to edit a Micro-Note for a Selected Phrase

1. Click the pencil icon to the left of the phrase you want to modify.

2. Click “Edit Note”.

3. Make your desired changes or additions.

4. Click “Save”.


How to delete a Micro-Note for a Selected Phrase

1. Click the pencil icon to the left of the phrase you want to modify.

2. Click “Delete Note”

3. A dialog appears, asking if you are sure you want to delete the selected Note. To delete, select “Confirm”. To cancel the operation, select “Cancel”.

Important: Once you delete a Note, there is no way to un-delete it. It is permanently erased.

Events

The Events tab is where you establish the flow of each Unit. It is the set of instructions that Pronunciator uses to lead your students through the unit in a way that you, the teacher, control. In the Events tab, you add and organize Drills, Quizzes, and Notes.

About Drills

Drills are exercises that are designed to teach concepts by example, repetition, and in-context feedback. There are 8 types of Drills that you can add to a Unit:

1. Listening – students learn to associate the written form of a word with audio and a photograph or custom illustration.

2. Flashcards – designed to commit large amounts of vocabulary to long-term memory using an algorithm that spaces repetition based on user feedback.

3. Voice Comparison – students compare their pronunciation, side-by-side, against a native speaker.

4. Pronunciation Analysis – provides a real-time score from 0-100 based on the similarity of the student’s pronunciation to the native speaker’s.

5. Pronunciation Coach – uses artificial intelligence and a virtual teacher to guide students through pronunciation exercises.

6. Vocabulary Coach – uses speech analysis to determine whether the student’s answers to questions are correct.

7. Writing – students practice the written form of the language in a dictée format.

8. Pitch – designed to help students studying tonal languages (Chinese, Vietnamese, Thai, etc.) to perfect their tones.


About Quizzes

Quizzes are scored, randomly-generated based on the phrases you have added to a unit, and designed to both measure and reinforce learning. There are 7 types of Quizzes that you can add to a Unit:

1. Vocabulary – multiple-choice quiz using phrases you have chosen for the unit.

2. Listening Comprehension – measures a student’s understanding of the spoken words in a unit.

3. Reading Comprehension – gauges a student’s grasp of the written words in a unit.

4. Spelling – a hangman-style game that tests a student’s ability to spell the words in a unit.

5. Writing – a scored dictation.

6. Pronunciation – a scored pronunciation test.

7. Multiple Choice – design your own multiple-choice questions!


About Notes

Notes are full-screen blackboards that, if you create them, appear between Drills and Quizzes in the unit. Notes give you a way to explain, through text, narration, and/or embedded video, concepts that you want to impart, and also provide you a way to keep the students apprised of what they have done, and what they will be doing next. A Note can contain the following elements:

1. A title.

2. Text that will be displayed to the student.

3. A condition that determines if the note will be displayed at all. For example, you can create a note that will only appear if the student scores less than a certain score on the previous quiz. You can create another note that will display only to students who achieve greater than a certain score on the previous quiz. In this way, you can create logical branches that address the needs of different achievement groups.

4. Embedded video. You can embed an external YouTube video into any note. The video can be something that you create, or a video created by a third party (with the usual caveats about copyright issues).

5. Narration. You can create a recorded narration of the text that is displayed on screen, or upload a recording that you either made offline, or obtained somewhere else.


How to work with Events in a Unit

1. Select the “Units” tab.

2. Click on the name of the Unit you want to work on, and you will automatically be taken to the “Phrases” tab.

3. Now click on the “Events” tab.


How to create a new Drill

1. Click the Events tab for a unit.

2. Click “Create a new Event”

3. Click “Create a new Drill”

4. Select the drill you want to add.

5. Click “Create Event”


How to create a new Quiz

1. Click the Events tab for a unit.

2. Click “Create a new Event”

3. Click “Create a new Quiz”

4. Select the quiz you want to add.

5. Click “Create Event”


How to create a new Note

1. Click the Events tab for a unit.

2. Click “Create a new Event”

3. Click “Create a new Note”

4. If the Note is following a Quiz, and you want to only show the Note based on how the student performed on the quiz, then you want to create a Note Condition:

a. Click the dropdown menu to the right of “Score Condition: Score on previous Quiz is:”

b. Select an operator from the list:
< Less than
> Greater than
= Equal to
<> Not equal to
<= Less or equal to
>= Greater or equal to

c. Enter a number in the field to the right.

Tip: You can create multiple conditional notes following the same quiz. In this way, you can create logical branches that address the needs of different achievement groups.

5. Enter a title for the Note in the “Note Title” field.

6. Enter text for the Note in the “Note Text” field. Basic HTML tags are supported.

7. Embedded video (optional)

You can embed an external YouTube video into any note. The video can be something that you create, or a video created by a third party (with the usual caveats about copyright issues).

a. Click the checkbox to the left of YouTube Video

b. In the field that appears, enter the full URL to the YouTube video.

8. Narration (optional)

You can create a recorded narration of the text that is displayed on screen (or anything you like), or upload a recording that you either made offline, or obtained somewhere else.

To add live narration

1. Click the “Yes” radio button to the right of “Narration”

2. Make sure you have a microphone attached to your computer.

3. Position yourself about 6 inches (10 cm) from the microphone, if you have a desktop mic.

4. When you are ready to record, click the red record button.

5. At the sound of the beep, begin recording your narration.

6. To stop recording, click the stop button (the square icon to the right of the red record button).

7. To review your recording, click the green play button.

 

To add a pre-recorded narration or other audio file

1. Click the “Yes” radio button to the right of “Narration”

2. Click the “Browse” button and locate the audio file on your hard drive.

Note: The file you upload must be an MP3 audio file. You can name it anything you want, but it must be in the MP3 format and have the “.MP3” extension in the file name. Also, the audio file must have the following technical attributes: Bitrate of 128 kbps, bit depth of 16 bit, and single channel (Mono, not Stereo). If you upload a file and are unable to play it, it is because your audio file differs from these technical specs. We recommend using a free audio editor like WavePad or Audacity to ensure your files are saved in the specified format.

3. Select the file you want to upload, and click “Open”.

9. Click “Create Event”


How to edit a Drill, Quiz, or Note

1. Click the Events tab for a unit.

2. Click the pencil icon to the left of the Event you want to edit

3. Click “Edit this Event”

4. Perform your desired changes.

5. Save your changes.


How to delete a Drill, Quiz, or Note

1. Click the Events tab for a unit.

2. Click the pencil icon to the left of the Event you want to edit

3. Click “Delete this Event”

4. Click “Confirm” to permanently delete this Event, or “Cancel” to do nothing.


How to re-order a Drill, Quiz, or Note

1. Click the Events tab for a unit.

2. To the left of each Event, there is a gray button with up and down arrows.

3. To move the Event up, click the up arrow. To move the Event down, click the down arrow.

To move the Event up or down many rows, keep clicking on the relevant arrow for that Event.

Course Stats

The “Course Stats” tab is where you track and monitor student progress and quiz scores.

How to access 'Course Stats'

1. Log in to your Teacher Account.

2. Select the “Course Stats” tab.


How to view overall stats for a course

1. Select the “Course Stats” tab.

2. Stats for your first course are automatically loaded, in “Entire Course” view.

N.B.:

All students who have registered for a course are listed in the Progress Report, one row each. Their average score for the entire course appears in parentheses beside their names.

Summary quiz scores for each student appear under the relevant Level column. A red star means low scores, and a gold star indicates high scores. Hover over the star to see average scores.

In the Student Progress column, a trophy indicates a student has completed all quizzes in a course. A gold trophy means good average scores, and a red trophy means low average scores. However over a trophy to view date of last activity, overall score, and percent done.

In the Student Progress column, a star indicates that a student has not yet completed the course. An empty star means no quizzes have been taken. The star fills in proportionate to the percent complete. A gold star indicates good average scores; a red score means low average scores. However over the star to view date of last activity, overall score, and percent done.


How to view more detailed stats for a course

1. Select the “Course Stats” tab.

2. To view stats for a specific Level of a course, click on a level name beneath the “Entire Course” label.

N.B.:

All students who have registered for a course are listed in the Progress Report, one row each. Their average score for this level appears in parentheses beside their names.

Quiz score data for each student appears under the relevant Unit column. Quizzes taken are indicated by color-coded letters:
V = Vocabulary quiz
L = Listening Comprehension quiz
R = Reading Comprehension quiz
S = Spelling quiz
W = Writing quiz
P = Pronunciation quiz.

Hover your mouse over each letter to view quiz scores for that specific quiz, in this specific unit.

The “Needs Improvement” column displays, when applicable, the functional areas where that student is struggling.


How to move among multiple courses

1. Select the “Course Stats” tab.

2. Click “Next Course” to move to stats for the next course, and “Previous Course” to move to stats for the previous course.


How to interpret icons and colors

1. A star indicates percentage complete.

2. Red color means low scores, gold color means high scores.

3. A trophy means a student has completed a course.


How to view stats for a class section

1. Select the “Course Stats” tab.

2. Using the “Next Course” or “Previous Course” links, find the course of interest.

3. Click the dropdown menu beside “Stats for Section” to select a specific section (if you made more than one when you created the course).


How to filter stats to only see struggling students

1. Select the “Course Stats” tab.

2. Using the “Next Course” or “Previous Course” links, find the course of interest, and select the section of interest (if applicable) from the “Stats for Section” dropdown menu.

3. Click the checkbox to the left of “Struggling”

4. Click the “GO!” button

You will be shown stats exclusively for students with lower grades.


How to filter stats by date(s) students last worked in your course

1. Select the “Course Stats” tab.

2. Using the “Next Course” or “Previous Course” links, find the course of interest, and select the section of interest (if applicable) from the “Stats for Section” dropdown menu.

3. Click the checkbox to the left of “Worked on”.

4. In the dropdown menu that appears, select a preset (Today, Yesterday, etc.) or scroll to the bottom of the menu, select “Custom date range…”, and use the calendars to populate the “From” date and “Until” date.

5. Click the “GO!” button


How to download stats for a course (and class section)

1. Select the “Course Stats” tab.

2. Using the “Next Course” or “Previous Course” links, find the course of interest, and select the section of interest (if applicable) from the “Stats for Section” dropdown menu.

3. On the lower left of the screen, click the “Download raw scores” link.

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It’s Finally Time

The day has finally arrived when you can create robust, virtual courses to complement your real-world sessions.

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Increase Teaching Effectiveness

Get meaningful feedback that helps you help learners where they need it most.

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Teaching freedom

Create courses and track progress wherever you want.

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Really Revealing Reports

See who is doing what, who is struggling, and where they need help.

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Engaging, Sticky Courses

Blend Pronunciator’s sticky drills and quizzes with your unique voice for quality learning sessions.

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The Best of Both Worlds

Pronunciator’s Course Designer helps you combine the best of both in-person and virtual teaching – and takes your students to a whole new level.