Progress with Lawless French

KwizBot’s Adaptive Learning System – Log into your dashboard


Bonjour les Francophiles ! You may have noticed something happening to Lawless French over the last few weeks, and I’m finally ready to tell you about it.

I’m thrilled to announce the official launch of Progress with Lawless French, an adaptive, test-driven French learning system made possible through a partnership with Kwiziq. Now that we’ve integrated their technology into Lawless French, you can read one of my grammar lessons and then take a micro kwiz to see how well you’ve understood it. But there’s a lot more to PwLF than that!

Once you’re logged into your account, the kwiz results page will provide links to mini-lessons related to any wrong answers, as well as a link back to the original lesson. Your results will be added to your dashboard, and Kwiziq will track your progress over time.

You’ll definitely want to take the proficiency test to see how your French skills rate according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. After establishing your baseline, Kwiziq will suggest lessons appropriate to your level, like an online, ever-present tutor.

Kwiziq and I are working together to better integrate Progress with Lawless French into the main site, but there are already several ways to access it:

  • Kwiz box at the end of most grammar lessons
  • "Test your French" box at the end of other features
  • "What’s my level?" link in the right-hand column of every page
  • "Proficiency test" link in quizzes and tests

And of course you can bookmark

Please note that Progress with Lawless French is a subscription site. You’ll need to create a free account, which allows you to take 10 kwizzes every calendar month. You can continue using the free account indefinitely, but you may find that 10 kwizzes a month isn’t enough, in which case you can purchase an upgrade.

I’m really excited about being able to share this adaptive learning system with you, and I’m sure it will help you prioritize your studies and improve your French. Bonne continuation et à bientôt !

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 More Progress with Lawless French features

French teachersCalling all teachers and tutors: Progress with Lawless French has an additional component that can help you manage and understand your students, called Studygroups.

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5 Responses

  1. Alex 30 May 2018 / 11:47

    Can you explain a bit more how the subscription works?

    Also, do you to private tutoring via skype, or any other platforms?

    Thank you!

    • lkl 31 May 2018 / 1:54

      Bonjour Alex,

      Sorry, no, I don’t offer private tutoring.

      Progress with Lawless French is what’s known as a freemium service. You start by signing up for a free account with limited features – in this case, 10 kwizzes per month. It’s a kwiz-based system, so every time you take one, your brainmap (visual representation of your knowledge) is updated and eventually lessons are added to or removed from your personal study plan so that you’re always working on what you need the most help with. For some people, 10 kwizzes per month is sufficient, but to make faster progress, you can purchase a subscription for unlimited kwizzes as well as other features like weekly writing challenges.

      I hope this helps, please let me know if you have any other questions.

  2. with Trevor 16 November 2017 / 6:02

    Thanks a lot mate!! Thinking of upgrading – just a quick question though, as kiwiziq has posted me on level A1, how long would it take (approximately) to gain some considerable ground? (say B2 or even C1) – considering that I work on it everyday, for a couple of hours, give or take. I know its a pointless question, but I just wanted some idea…

    • lkl 18 November 2017 / 10:43

      Bonjour Trevor –

      Based on the very rough figures in my article What is fluency?, to go from A1 to B2 would take about 10 months (2 hours a day x 300 days = 600 to go from A1 [200 hours already] to B2 [800]).

  3. chris 26 July 2015 / 12:29

    I just discovered “Progress with Lawless French” today. It’s exactly what I’ve been looking for the past two years. I’m so tired of trying to figure out what I “don’t” know and now I’ve found the perfect system. I can see steady progress in my French’s future.

    I love it!