With No Child Left Behind raising the stakes for reading achievement, English as a Second Language (ESL) instruction also has taken on a greater urgency. Fortunately, a myriad of technologies are helping U.S. students master communication in an unfamiliar language.

To meet the demand for ESL instruction, many school software providers have issued Spanish-language versions of their products. For instance, teachers looking for the same class content in Spanish as in English can look to BrainPOP, a producer of animated K-8 educational content that now offers BrainPOP en Espanol. The site uses BrainPOP's traditional video


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