ahanhausen at pshouston.org
Fri Sep 20 09:37:44 EDT 2013
I have used the iPad to Skype with Spanish speaking people in my
class. For beginners there is the app Go Verb Drop. For practicing
verbs there is SpanVerbs.
Hope this helps.
Sent from my iPad
On Sep 20, 2013, at 8:23 AM, Penny Peek <peekp at quitmanisd.net> wrote:
> A free App is duolingo. It also has a website and can be used on
> computers. It reminds me of Rosetta Stone. There is reading, writing
> (typing), and listening. Students can start at the beginning or take a
> placement test and begin at their own level. Students can even link to
> others and compete.
> Also, flashcards+ is a free App for making flashcards or using pre-made
> ones. You can even download ($1.99 more) a translator that pronounces the
> Spanish word. They do not have a website to use like duolingo does.
> Of course, you can search podcasts and find topics that you're studying,
> hook your i-pad up to your overhead projector (we use air-play for this),
> and have them learn/practice with those hosting the podcast. I have used
> "Notes in Spanish" and "Spanish the EZ Way".
> I, too, would like to know of any others....
> On Mon, Sep 16, 2013 at 1:34 PM, lydia davila <lydiadavila2001 at yahoo.com>wrote:
>> I have been given an IPAD to use with my Spanish classes. Do you know of
>> some good apps? Thank you
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