ESOL and World Language students teach each other their native language right in the classroom

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1:1. Peer-to-Peer. Immersion.

How it's done?

Your ESOL students will have 1-on-1 conversations in English with the world language students once a week. They will type what the learner says, go over the transcript and correct the mistakes. The second time a week your ESOL students will reciprocate and teach their native language to the students in world language classes.

The teachers from each classroom would still be able to coordinate the content of the lessons to focus on, i.e. grammar, pronunciation, reading, oral expression, etc.

Tracking each student's progress

Teachers can review each student's transcripts complete with the corrections made by the tutor. The platform then generates personalized homework for the student based on these corrections. We also provide graphs that measure performance on a lesson-by-lesson basis. These tools help teachers gain a deeper understanding of what their students retained and need to improve upon.

error percentage and words spoken


What the Teachers Are Saying

Spanish Teacher from Fishburne Military school smiling

Ryan Raycraft - Head of World Language Department

Fishburne Military School

With OCTB, my students are talking in Spanish during 50 minutes straight, which is otherwise impossible.

Head of World Language Department at Morris Are School District school smiling

Kristi Liljenquist - Head of World Language Department

Morris Area School District

The way the students can relate to each other as peers is absolutely lighting the kids on fire. It's more than anything I can give them.

English Teacher from Antingua International school smiling

Carmen Wirtz - Head of World Language Department

Antigua International School

Now my students have a reference of what life outside of their country looks like, and that is lifelong learning.


How to get Started

Step 1

Step 1 - sign up for a 30 minute Call

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Step 2

Step 2 - select 3-4 students to do a free pilot

Select 3-4 of your students

Step 3

Step 3 - decide to sign up all of your students

Experience it through a FREE pilot

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