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Three Ways to Use iPads in the Languages Classroom

Three Ways to Use iPads in the Languages Classroom

iPads help teachers avoid the hassle of booking computer rooms, purchasing recording devices, cameras and other communication devices. The devices also have a unique ability to provide "complete freedom of outcome," said Will Strange in The Guardian.

Strange wrote about his own methods of teaching with technology and offered three ways an educator can use iPads in a languages classroom--pre-lesson, during the lesson and for homework. 

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Article by Kassondra Granata, EducationWorld Contributor

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