Language education is one of the fastest growing segments of the education market. Approximately 350 million people worldwide use English as their second language and each year the demand for qualified English as a Second Language (ESL) experts increases.
Adding audio to ESL text books with Soundpaper would create a powerful way to combine oral and written learning into a convenient package. Speech therapists, teachers and students alike could create customized audio clips to accompany flashcards and dialogues or as a record of language progress.
Beyond ESL and language instruction teachers, parents, speech therapists and students can all create customized audio clips to accompany flashcards and dialogues or as a record of language progress.
Home schooling parents and special needs teachers can use Soundpaper to create custom study aids for children to help them understand letters, enunciation, sentences, etc. Within the 4 Modalities of Learning (auditory, tactual, kinesthetic and visual) Soundpaper can be a key tool in assisting in auditory learning and improving overall literacy skills.
Soundpaper is vastly different from the interactive audio books that use a digital pen to read embedded information within the pages of special books. Soundpaper allows the user to customize and add sound to anything. The user is in 100% control of the sound content and where it is placed within books, on paper or any surface.