|English Terms - Multilingual "Talking" Chart|
|*Important note: This chart is intended for use with the PENpal Audio Recorder Pen. If you do not already own a PENpal recorder PEN, you may add PENpal (with over 100 recordable stickers) at a discounted price when purchasing this chart. |
This multilingual resource provides
definitions, explanations and examples of key English terms*. It is a unique
resource for teachers working in linguistically diverse schools as it
allows students to access key terms in their native language, aiding in a
better understanding of content. Simply select the language that you
want to hear from the right side of the chart with the PENpal Audio
Recorder Pen, and then tap a phrase to hear an explanation of the term
in the selected language. Teachers and students can also use "talking labels" (recordable stickers that come with purchase of the PENpal) to make their own recordings and add them to the chart.
following languages are available on the chart: Arabic, Czech, English,
Farsi, French, Gujarati, Lithuanian, Mandarin Chinese, Panjabi, Polish,
Portuguese, Russian, Slovakian, Somali, Spanish, Sylheti, Turkish,
Urdu, Vietnamese and Yoruba. [Note: Japanese & Korean are listed on the chart, but they will not work as the sound is not enabled for these languages.]
chart includes explanations for the following English terms: alliteration, apostrophe, atmosphere, chorus, cliche, comma, comparison, conjunction, consonant, describe, dialogue, differentiate, discuss, exclamation, expression, figurative, genre, grammar, identify, imagery, justify, metaphor, myth, narrative/narrator, onomatopoeia, outline, pamphlet, paragraph, personification, playwright, plural, prefix, preposition, punctuation, resolution, rhyme, scene, simile, soliloquy, subordinate, suffix, synonym, vocabulary, and vowel.
Dimensions: 42 x 30cm (approx. 16.5 x 11.5 inches)
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