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World of Reading Offering Complimentary Access to Language Learning App

World of Reading, a resource for world language and ESL products for parents, teachers, librarians, companies, and government agencies, is offering educators and their students two months of complimentary access to uTalk Classroom. The app, developed by language learning company uTalk:

  • Offers a choice of over 140 languages
  • Is designed to improve speaking and listening skills
  • Uses games-based learning with points scored for correct answers
  • Features 60 topics per language e.g. social phrases, prepositions
  • Can be used on all mainstream smartphones, tablets or computers and syncs scores between devices
  • Allows users to work online or offline once it’s downloaded

To start using the app, email Cindy Tracy from World of Reading at [email protected] and include:

  • School name
  • Email address used for the school – for example for World of Reading it would be – all students will need to use the same school email address ending
  • Which languages are taught at the school
  • Total number of students who would use the app for all languages (no need to break down the number of students per language)
  • Teacher name and email address as the contact who would get the URL for the online dashboard to monitor student time and progress

For more information, visit Any questions? Just call Cindy Tracy – 800-729-3703

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