[TFLA-list] Help- recording interpersonal conversations
Ana.Snyder at humble.k12.tx.us
Tue Nov 26 10:03:42 EST 2013
I've used all of the following:
The last two are actually "fun" for middle schoolers as they can be
creative. The only thing is that I'm not quite you can "record" a
prompt that students can listen to prior to recording themselves. You
could have the prompt "written" (that's what I've done) and then they
record. Vocaroo.com would definitely be the easiest; the other two
listed takes a little more time because they must create characters
through which their voice speaks - still, it's fun for them.
Ana Snyder, MS Ed
Woodcreek Middle School
Spanish I & Beginning Spanish for Spanish Speakers
"A Quest for Excellence"
ana.snyder at humble.k12.tx.us
>>> "Stewart, Lonna" <lstewart at gracetyler.org> 11/26/13 7:20 AM >>>
I really like vocaroo.com because it's easy to use.
2013/11/24 Kimberly Church <kchurch at mckinneyisd.net>
> Our district now has all levels doing interpersonal conversations in
> AP format, (on level), which is very exciting, but our middle schools
> have language labs, just computer labs.
> We use audacity, but I'm wondering if there's a better online tool
> serves as a hub for the recorded prompt and a place where the kids
> to the prompt and record their voice. All in one place and
> know it's a long shot but hoping you can lend some insight. Thanks!
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