Category Archives: digitalvoicerecording

AQA – Creative and motivational language learning in the primary classroom. Part 2

On Tuesday I was in sunny (yes, it was sunny!) Manchester, delivering my AQA course. Apart from the problems with the internet, I believe a good day was had by all – lunch was once more a highlight! Rather than repeat all the links, can I refer you to my last post where you will […]

Inspiration for Motivation – Top Tips for PLL

Here is the Slidecast of my second presentation from Brighton. Apologies for the audio cutting out before the end – no idea what happened there!  Perhaps the iRiver overheated! Apologies to @wizenedcrone for forgetting her real name – it’s Fiona Joyce!!! And the German site I mentioned was called GenkiGerman. Top tips for the Primary […]

Join El Carnaval de los Animales! – PLS09

I was very privileged to be invited to present this year at the Primary Languages Show in Liverpool, not once but twice! I promised at my two sessions that I would post my notes and resources on my blog for people to download and use. So here’s my first presentation. If you download it, the […]

Digital Voice recording in MFL.

I attended a really interesting session on Digital voice recorders delivered by Kath Holton from Argoed High School. She began by talking about her criteria for a good digital voice recorder – high quality – recording and manufacture ease of uploading eg via USB good internal microphone the type of file it records eg mp3 […]