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8 Powerful Benefits Of Audio Books To Teaching
There’s no denying the fact that most people hated
reading as kids. Only a few kids enjoy reading,
especially if there is an alternative.
Audio books have now made it possible for children to
get better access to materials that they don’t like
reading.
Of course they must still read, but reading any
material and still hearing it makes the reading much
more interesting.
Many schools have now taken audio books not just to the
homes of their students but also in the classrooms.
Experts in the educational sector have agreed that
audio books in the classrooms go a long way to help
students more than normal books, especially those
students whoever are just beginning to read or those who
have difficulty in reading.
Below are 10 specific benefits of using audio books for
students:
1. Using audio books to teach children in school gives
them „variety“. Instead of just listening to their
teacher, they benefit from the change that comes with
„another“ teacher.
2. There are specific audio books prepared with
children in mind that are not only educative but very
entertaining. These types of audio books make learning
much more fun than normal teaching.
3. Using audio books to teach kids in school will give
the teachers more time to prepare for the next lesson.
The teachers can play the audio book for the children
while doing something else.
4. For children with reading difficulties, they can
slowly follow the readings from audio books until it
feels comfortable to read.
Simply following an audio book to read along while
looking at the printed material in front of them can
increase their learning skills by a very high percentage.
5. Audio books save money. Instead of buying dozens of
books for a classroom, just one audio book may be played
for all the students in the classroom.
There are certain audio book rental services on the
Internet, such as Jiggerbug.com that allows teachers to
rent as many audio books as possible at very low cost.
This is much more cost effective than having to buy even
a single audio book.
6. Audio books that tell interesting stories are very
helpful in times when the children have become too tired
to read and study.
Most importantly, popular stories that children love,
will be very interesting for them to listen to.
7. Children don’t particularly like printed books as
much as they do audio books. It feels much more
comfortable for them to „listen“ to an audio book than
„read“ a book.
8. Audio books also have children deal with the
pronunciation of certain words that they would have
difficulty with when merely reading them. By hearing the
pronunciation and seeing it printed, they would better
grasp it.
Most in all, most children find it a good deal of fun
listening to a lesson on audio, rather than having to
read it. That is why children spend a lot of time
watching movies, rather than reading.
No wonder more schools are embracing the technology of
audio books for teaching their children. And with
services available freely on the Internet now, it is now
more cost effective than ever.

To your Personal and Professional success !
Ken Paul