Technology is used to enhance language lessons for students

05/25/2011 | eSchool News (free registration)

More educators are using technology as part of foreign- and English-language instruction, particularly software that allows students to practice speaking or to hear computer-generated speech. Programs, such as English in a Flash, help students build their academic vocabulary and conversational English, while language acquisition programs by Rosetta Stone pair images with sound and text to help students learn a language.

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