Whiteboards in ESL Classrooms

Posted by Robert Feeley on

According to the Center for Immigration Studies, one in 5 American families speak a language other than English in their homes. Also, millions of non-English speakers come to this country to live, work, or study. Because of this there is a huge need for ESL (English as a Second Language) classes, and they are going on every day in almost every city.

Language experts say that English is one of the most difficult languages to learn, so ESL teachers have quite a challenge trying to explain the difference between "there, their, and they're" to people. Most native speakers can't get it right!

In the ESL classroom, the visual component is critical because most people are visual learners, they need to "see" the lesson as well as hear it. Most ESL teachers say they wish they had miles of whiteboard space because they don't like to be limited when a particular lesson is going well and students are being engaged.

When you're writing the different tenses of a verb on the board, you don't want to have to erase some words and then write them again when someone has a question. You need space!

Whiteboard in a Box is the perfect solution when dry erase boards are few and more space is needed. It is a self-stick dry erase surface that will stick to almost any smooth, flat surface and does no damage to the wall, window, door, or whatever is behind it.

Whiteboard in a Box can be cut to whatever size desired, and is very long-lasting. It's brilliant white, functions just like a regular dry erase board, and cleans easily.

Please visit www.whiteboardinabox.com and shop for markers, erasers, marker clips, cleaner, and of course Whiteboard in a Box. Thank you!

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