So, whenever I get lessons, (whether its 1, 10, or 60) I sit down and do all of them. The way I do my lessons is I write them down, Kanji, what they mean, how it’s pronounced, and what type of reading it is (kun’yomi or on’yomi). I don’t typically let lessons sit longer than I have to. Is this wrong, should I be spacing them out? I typically struggle with some that are close in meaning or very similar in appearance (i struggled with cow and noon for like a week…) but after seeing them 2-3 times I’m fairly accurate. Would I benefit from taking smaller chunks at a time and working on them and then doing new stuff more spaced out. Would it take longer? Would it help my retention? Would it help my recall? I just started using KaniWani but I am not trying to cheat myself in my learning. I want to learn quicker but I don’t want to make things harder for myself.
So I guess TL;DR and overall question: Should I space out my lessons, or is doing them all at once going to work out the same / better?