Break The Language Barrier As You Explore The World!
Become a fluent, independent reader in the language of your choice with the help of the LingoPen.
What Is The LingoPen?
LingoPen, from C-Pen, is a convenient portable tool for those who need support learning an additional language. Scan with this state-of-the-art device to look-up and translate 8 different languages in an instant. The LingoPen has a text-to-speech function to further language retention.
Access A New World Of Literacy
Use the LingoPen to support your reading of foreign texts. Books, menus, business documents, they can all be unlocked with the aid of the LingoPen.
Top 5 Ways The LingoPen Accelerates Language Learning
Can be accessed anywhere and anytime:
With no need for WiFi and a long battery life, the LingoPen provides access to printed text whenever and wherever you want.
Can be used at an individual pace:
Those using the LingoPen to support their language learning will find it easily adaptable to their needs. Users can translate material at the rate that’s most comfortable to them.
Is incredibly versatile:
The LingoPen can be used on its own to great effect, or it can be easily incorporated into existing learning strategies to further enhance their efficiency.
Using the sound recorder, monitor oral and written language production and employ self-corrective techniques or other resources.
Helps recognise a range of vocabulary:
Recognize elements of English and other languages' sound systems in newly acquired vocabulary such as long and short vowels, silent letters, and consonant clusters.
In-person immersion is a great way to accelerate language learning, because you are required to use the language to complete all daily tasks. With the LingoPen, learners can still experience these benefits thanks to instant look up and translate, learners can access real-world convenient language practice.
School districts may not have sufficient numbers of immigrants or enough community support to maintain an inclusive fully supported ELL model. And some researchers express concern about extended linguistic segregation because of the lack of interaction with U.S.-born peers, potentially lower standards for academic achievement and opportunity, and lack of access to social networks that will serve these learners in the future.” (Gándara, Rumberger, Maxwell-Jolly, & Callahan, 2003).