Using Sound recording in the (PLL) classroom – #TMETRU09
December 6, 2009
This evening I will presenting at Teachmeet EdTechRoundup on the above subject, sharing how I use sound recording in my classroom and suggesting why it is such a valuable tool.
Here are some references / notes that go with what I will (might?) say!
Easispeak microphones – from TTS – also other speaking and listening tools such a
s talking postcards and talking photoalbums.
Audacity – free and downloadable from here
Garageband (for Macs)
Podomatic – a free place to create and listen to podcasts
My school Podomatic podcast – WCPS Spanish
My own Podomatic podcast – Lisibo talks!
And we’re on iTunes too!
Voki – we love Voki at WCPS!
Voicethread – another great tool for using sound recording in learning.
Here’s one I made to give people an idea of how they work!
Our school wikispace- WCPS.wikispaces.com – giving examples of use in other areas of the curriculum eg RE, Literacy.
Relevant blogposts on ¡Vámonos!
Next steps in ICT – Slideshare of presentation
A brilliant example of a collaborative Voicethread
Link to presentation on Voki, Voicethread and Audacity
- peer support
You can watch it live here and learn from a vast array of people who will be sharing what goes on in the classroom.
1 thought on “Using Sound recording in the (PLL) classroom – #TMETRU09”
Nice to see that students are well-equipped for secondary school. Thanks Lisa for sharing this with us.