Using iPods in language classes
Students in Spanish and French-language courses at Moorestown Friends School use iPods and voice recorders to practice their speaking skills, critique their pronunciations and keep records of their language studies. Students in Rob Buscaglia’s Spanish classes provided these examples of the work they have been doing with the iPods.
Yet, MP3 players that have a voice recorder and can play mp3s does the same thing. Just a coverup for PR stunts. Shame. Next….........Posted by David on 02/22 at 08:59 PM
I have previously used something like that. It wasn’t with iPods though… it was something very similar though and I made great progress due to those sessions! Then, I wanted to buy one of them myself but I have now got a cd-software instead to use on my computer and a little mp3 player. That way I can learn wherever I go, istn’t technology great!
Also, I have found a very cool site for learning Spanish: http://www.spanish-word-a-day.com
Itís my favourite recent discovery! It also shows a new picture from Spain every day and audio samples and book reviews(although they are very intelectual!) butÖ it sooo cool!
Have fun! I hope this was useful!
Saludo, BambiPosted by Bambi on 03/31 at 01:36 PM
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