Ogden, UT (PRWEB) December 24, 2005
Spanish teachers around the country are getting free online resources and support to help them bring technology into the classroom. Visual Link Spanish, an online Spanish software merchant, has dedicated a spot on their website for Spanish teachers to use portions of their software for use in the classroom.
These lessons include interactive verb conjugation drills and tutorials which correspond to verb lessons taught in class by the teachers. Students can login to the lessons and practice at school or login at home for extra practice and review. The lessons are suitable for high school or junior high Spanish students.
Response from teachers and students has been positive.
In addition to the free verb conjugation lessons, teachers also have crossword and word search generators. These generators allow teachers to put in a list of vocabulary words they are currently studying in class and have them easily inserted in a complete crossword puzzle or word search.
Teachers also receive overhead worksheets, culture stories, vocabulary practices and student tracking of the verb lessons. Dave Clark, owner of Visual Link Spanish, described the lessons as, “…a valuable tool to bring technology into the classroom. Verb conjugation is difficult for a lot of students and these lessons are fun and easy to use. Teachers can also have the students practice with the lessons out of class, which frees up more classroom time to spend on different topics.”
Visual Link Spanish reports seeing great success with their customers using the verb lessons to master Spanish verb conjugation. In providing these lessons as a free resource for teachers and students, they hope to pass on this success in verb conjugation to them.
For more information on the verb lessons and resource provided for Spanish teachers, contact Brock Hadley or visit http://www.spanishprograms.com.
About Visual Link Spanish:
Visual Link Spanish is a language software developer and distributor. They focus currently on Spanish software only and have been developing and selling their software since 1995.