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New for English Language Learners: Build English Fast Resources

Posted by Peter Barnes on February 7, 2017 at 2:37 PM

buildenglishfast1.pngScientific Learning's new Build English Fast offline resources for English Language Learners are featured in the "2017 New Tools For Schools" by Tech & Learning Magazine.

Build English Fast neuroscience-designed software is designed to accelerate English language acquisition for English language learners (ELLs).

The new offline resources help teachers provide targeted support for English learners. The core of the resources are individual, leveled lessons that supplement the Fast ForWord and Reading Assistant programs which are part of Build English Fast. 

Teachers can adapt the 10- 30 minute lessons to suit their students' needs or scheduling requirements.

Many of the lessons provide writing tasks, including work with graphic organizers, and flash cards to support vocabulary development. 

In addition to English Language Learners, the offline resources can be used with any Fast ForWord or Reading Assistant student who might benefit from extra practice.

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Topics: English Language Learners

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