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Give Your Students The Authentic Edge

Your Students will Love Yabla. Don’t take our word for it! See what the students at The Connecticut International Baccalaureate Academy (CIBA), a 5-year subscriber, have to say about Yabla.

Yabla uses authentic content and a unique video player to improve students' listening comprehension, vocabulary, and spelling.

Every student has their own login, and teachers can assign activities, set goals, and monitor student performance.

Videos from the world's best commercial, public, and independent broadcasters.

Yabla brings your students compelling authentic programming.

Yabla partners with the world's best commercial, public, and independent broadcasters. Music videos coming from the likes of Sony Latino, Sony France, Universal Latino and Universal Europe drive student interest in the living language through contemporary, meaningful culture.

Documentaries and news from passionate independent producers and networks such as Tv Peru, Gallovision and France2 draw students into the greater world of science, technology, ecology, economy, and history. Exclusive interviews and travel videos will bring them into contact with musicians, chefs, scientists, students, doctors, and other real people representing a great variety of accents, regions, and social classes.

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Give your students access to Yabla, quickly and easily.

With a school account, your students can quickly and easily sign themselves up, choosing their own username and password, at their (or your) convenience. You can also directly add and/or delete users at any time, using your allocated slots as needed. For example, you are welcome to give access to one set of students one semester and switch to another set of students the following semester. Students will be able to log in and access Yabla video language immersion at any time from any location.

Assign videos to your students as homework or lab assignments.

Assign activities to your classes.

You can assign videos based activities to your students as homework or lab assignments. Students complete assignments by playing the games and earning points. As students complete the assignments, you can monitor their progress in a gradebook and a detailed activity report. This helps to ensure that students are actively engaged in the videos.

Watch a video and use the "games" button to try the available activities.

Yabla is perfect for learners at all levels

Beginner or advanced, middle school or Ivy League, learners at all levels benefit from actively listening to native speakers. Current subscribers include top academic institutions such as the University of Michigan and Brown University, as well as public and preparatory schools at the secondary and middle-school levels.

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    This video is all about the people of France, from the ancient Franks and Gauls to the present-day population, which currently numbers over sixty-six million inhabitants.