From teaching vocabulary to understanding the main idea, discover how to accomplish your English instructional goals using Listenwise stories:
Meet Multiple Learning Goals
ELA teacher Carolyn Brown uses Listenwise to achieve diverse literary objectives. She walks through using the Listenwise podcast lesson, Artists of Deception: The Ghost Army of World War II with her middle schoolers in this video:
Station Rotation Model
Tara Baldwin uses a station rotation model to integrate a variety of instructional tools and resources, which provide differentiated instruction to students. She begins with listening to a Listenwise story as a whole class, then breaks students into groups for relistening, reading, and writing activities. Read more in her blog post.
Nicole Gilliland, a California educator, uses Listenwise podcast lessons with author interviews to supplement her curriculum and bring books to life. Find out how she chooses Listenwise lessons for her ELA classes:
State Test Prep
California high school ELA teacher Christina includes one listening-based assignment with every unit to help prepare students for their state test. Using the free version of Listenwise, they listen as a class and discuss the comprehension questions together. Read more on her Daring English Teacher Blog.
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