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Support English Language Learners with Voice Typing


You can use Voice Typing in Google Docs to support English Language Learners in the classroom by going to the 'Tools' menu, and clicking Voice Typing on the student's computer.

Select the language above the microphone icon and then the student can type with her or his voice in her or his home language. If you cannot read the language typed by the student, click the 'Tools' menu, and then select 'Translate document...' Next, select the language you wish to translate the document into.

The translation will not be perfect, but should give you a gist of what the student has written.

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