The classroom can sometimes be a frustrating environment for pupils that cannot hold a book or read print. Difficulty with reading can affect language and communication skills, increase anxiety and depression, and lead to feelings of isolation in class.
Audiobooks are an exciting, inclusive way to learn, and a membership to Listening Books will help you to support your pupils to improve their reading ability, and build a love of literature and books. Our audiobook service can be used as a resource in special, primary and secondary schools, or for homeschooling.
We've included some more information about the benefits of using audiobooks and how you can use Listening Books in school below.
Whether you want to use audiobooks to support school work, support student self care, or to encourage a love of books, there are so many benefits to using audiobooks in school. Click on Find Out More to discover why using audiobooks is so beneficial.Find Out More
There are many different ways to use audiobooks in school. Click below to view some suggestions of how you can incorporate audiobooks into the school day.Find Out More
As well as the thousands of commercial titles we have in the collection, we also have a wide range of titles that we have recorded specifically for our members. Click on Find Out More to learn about our Sound Learning Project and the titles we create for our younger members, including specific titles for those studying GCSE and A-Levels.Find Out More
Author: Louise Gooding