English Language Learning - 5 Websites Worth Your Time!
When it comes to language learning in education, what should educators, homeschool parents, and students look for in choosing the right resources?
Nowadays resources for learning tend to be found on the Internet since it makes for easier access and in sharing with others.
English Language Learning - Early Stages
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Early language development starts with a strong focus on phonics. Later stages of language development builds on this foundation. We have further categorized our websites into the stages of language development.
We now introduce to you five valuable websites that help with English language learning!
The Hooked on Phonics series provides early readers (preK – 2nd grade) the opportunity to grow their reading skills in entertaining ways while improving their phonics. The name speaks for itself, when students are introduced to this clever combination in educating and entertaining students, they will become hooked!
Hooked on Phonics - United States
Hooked on Phonics - Canada
English Language Learning - School Aged Development
The following websites help guide school aged students of varying ability. The activities on these websites may be used both inside and outside the classroom.
Note: we are not affiliated with the following websites – we just think they are great resources!
This website provides resources for school aged children from pre-kindergarten to 12th grade. For extra support with English language learning, consider IXL – English Language.
#3 Pixton - Building Creativity
Pixton is a free online learning tool that allows teachers and students to showcase their English language skills while having fun creating smart and entertaining comics.
Check out some of our very own comics made by using Pixton!
EduKitchen recommends using Pixton when looking for fun and creative ways to improve students use of the English language and in getting them to communicate in new and creative ways!
An easy to navigate website means you can find fun and easy online books for kids to read at school or at home.
An easy to navigate website means you can find fun and easy books for kids to read at school or at home. This website is for children in Pre-K through to grade 8. Enjoy learning English while reading these online books that teachers can share with their students.
English Language Learning - Self Study
The following website is also an app that can help with English language learning while one. When you have some free time, why not practice with a self-study app that keeps you entertained an learning at the same time!
Duolingo is a language learning app that is now being recognized by certain universities in the United States as a test to help students enter college.
It’s self-study but it helps to keep you on track with your learning. So you can use this app at any time or any place to help with practicing your English!
Educational resources are meant to help reinforce teaching and guide learning. Building knowledge comes from having the right resources to make the tasks of teaching and learning easier.
Language development means we have to look at how we develop each of the four main language skills (reading, writing, speaking, listening) and how well we can integrate these skills to achieve success in learing.
Language Development In Education
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