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"Further, Nancy [His teacher at HELP Miami] makes me look up lots words in a dictionary every day which has resulted in a rise in standardized test scores. (I seriously did not expect understanding words to make such a difference but I am proof that it does.)
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Dictionaries: eLearnAid®: has one of the largest collections of dictionaries on CD to help you look up words fast. We also have a growing collection of dictionaries printed on paper. Our dictionaries range from Children's to Unabridged including the Oxford English Dictionary (OED).
Invest in yourself with a good dictionary! Competent people do NOT guess what words mean! They invest the time to look them up so they fully understand what they are reading and doing! See the story of the courageous home schooler and the student who was accepted into law school!
English Dictionaries for non-native speakers and English as a Second Language (ESL) Dictionaries: These dictionaries provide more information on how to use the word in a sentence. They also use simple words in their definitions, so that someone with a limited English vocabulary can still understand them. We have the following ESL dictionaries: Cambridge, Collins Cobuild, Longman, Macmillan, NTC, and Oxford. Because these dictionaries have easy to understand definitions, native speakers of English often use them as well. For native speakers we recommend the Macmillan.
A teacher in Pennsylvania liked the COBUILD dictionaries because they explain the meaning of a word instead of just defining it. She wanted all the teachers in her school to have one but the school did not have the funds. She convinced the PTA to raise the funds and due to our current sale they were able to get each teacher the Collins COBUILD Concise Learner Dictionary and the Webster's Young Readers for only $19 per teacher (The picture is of the principal of the school and president of the PTA!)
Bilingual Dictionaries: We have a growing collection of bilingual dictionaries on CD including talking bilingual dictionaries. Prices start at $9.95! A great gift!
Study Improvement: eLearnAid® has several references that teach effective learning skills, that improve test scores. Our study skills books help you get more understanding (comprehension) out of your reading with less effort and improve your test scores (grades).
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