Streamglish: Free English resource for teachers and their students until the end of the year

Streamglish offers a method to improve your level of English through topical content. This innovative method will increase the engagement of high school students and above. It can be discovered for free by the end of the school year.

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The start up French Streamglish has set up an effective and fun educational method to improve its level of English through attractive and up-to-date content. This innovative method will allow you to increase the engagement of your students.

Streamglish.com is an English teaching resource for students from middle school. This resource allows students to progress in English while following the news in the world. Its specificity: a short authentic video of topicality every day, vocabulary, exercises and a teacher follow-up module.

Streamglish allows students to immerse themselves in English as it is spoken today through short videos of about 2 minutes.

Each video has 3 levels of subtitles depending on the user's English level.
The subtitles are in English, the translation of important words to know is inserted in yellow. Students can thus build a personal vocabulary list and revise these words through vocabulary exercises (blank texts and flash cards).

Streamglish is also available through the App store and Google Play, making it even easier for students to access.

In order to help teachers in this difficult context, Streamglish has decided to make the streamglish.com service and its student monitoring module available to English teachers and their students for free until the end of the course. school year. As this resource is a digital tool, it adapts perfectly to educational continuity.

You can discover the offer here.

Interested teachers can contact Streamglish at the following address:
edu@streamglish.com for the procedure.

by Blanche de La Pintière, teacher relations officer at Streamglish.com

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