When words aren’t enough, teachers find a common language with iPad
A single voice calls out “Sabah-ul-khair” and an eager chorus returns the greeting.

At the beginning of each language class at Wilhelm Ferdinand Schussler Day School in Dusseldorf, Germany, teacher Nick Kyriakidis asks a different student to say “good morning” in his or her native language. On this morning, as is the case most often now, that language is Arabic.

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When words aren’t enough, teachers find a common language with iPad