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Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: 6 Great Apps for Learning Vocabulary November 10, 2015 Building a rich and diverse vocabulary is an essential component in language learning. It helps students verbalize and communicate their thoughts in lucid and expressive ways. Constructing a solid lexicon base requires a lot of practice and memorization but thankfully technology has made it easier to learn vocabulary in fun and engaging ways. Today’s post features some very good examples of apps students can use on their iPads to develop their vocabulary.