Not sure about using audiobooks in the classroom? There are some myths you should forget about!
Learning Ally, a platfom offering over 80,000 human-narrated audio textbooks, literature and education solutions, has prepared for We Are Teachers a concise infographic which clearly shows using audiobooks in the classroom can improve reading scores.
There are actually quite a few things you may not know about teaching with audiobooks. We explore some of the most pervasive myths in our latest infographic.
In the visual, you’ll see six common opinions about audiobooks accompanied with facts that may change your attitude. Let’s start with: “It’s cheating to listen to books instead of reading them.”
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