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  • I was talking about Audacity and one of the activities our teacher has them open an original

  • file from the CD, and then they, the student hits record, “two, six, three, eat, it

  • and hit stop, and when they play that back, “two, six, three, eat, it.” And when I

  • do a file export as an Mp3 it merges the two soundtracks together. So this is actually,

  • the CD soundtrack is here, and if I scroll down, this second soundtrack, no not that

  • one, this second soundtrack is my recording. So when I export it, it merges those two together.

  • So the teacher can hear the comparison. So that’s Voice thread, I mean no, not Voicethread,

  • I mean that’s Audacity. Do I want to save the changes? No. I would want to export, not

  • save. is a free, web-based recording.

  • The sound quality is not as good as Audacity or other computer-based recorders, but it

  • is simple to use from any computer with a microphone. That’s the advantage, that’s

  • why a lot of teachers use it. The audio from Vocaroo is not downloaded, but the link to

  • the audio file can be copied or embedded into an email or another web page. So once you

  • click to record, and you have clickAllowalways, then youre recording, youre

  • recording and then you put stop. And then down here it says it’s waiting, see that?

  • So now I have an option, I can copy the link and I can either put that link under the email

  • address or I can copy this code if I know how to embed a file. But I don’t have to

  • know how to embed, or the students don’t have to know how to embed, I can just copy

  • the link. But I can’t download the audio file and then load it on a podcasting site

  • for example. And then there’s PowerPoint. We shouldn’t

  • forget about PowerPoint because is actually a very powerful tool also for audio. It has

  • an audio recorder built into it that allows students to add their comments to PowerPoint

  • slides. Or what most of my teachers do is they record oral questions that are in the

  • slides so it combines, it has the picture, and then it has the teacher’s oral recording

  • of a question and the students will answer it either on paper or by recording their voice

  • on Audacity or another program. So weve talked about speaking through the

  • computer and asynchronous is kind of speaking to the computer, but there’s also speaking

  • around the computer. And you can always, even if you don’t have recording software, you

  • can always have the students speak around the computer. In other words, if you have

  • computers for each and every person in the class, there are still times you want to put

  • them into groups or pair, and have them work together with just one computer because that

  • way they going to acquire more language. So if you have two people working together on

  • one computer, theyre going to talking to each other, so that’s what it means to be

  • talking around the computer. Theyre talking to each other to complete the process. We

  • always want to be thinking about the best way for our students to acquire the language.

  • And that’s usually not through independent work, to be honest with you. Usually students

  • will learn the language faster if they learn to collaborate with each other.

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模塊4c:第3部分5:口語和聽力技術 (Module 4c: Part 3 of 5: Speaking and Listening Technologies)

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