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                             Innovative
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    Equipment

        Option 1: Portable digital recorder
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            Small
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            Battery-powered...
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    Raw vs. edited files




                   No editing – Some editing – Much   editing




     Digital   recorder
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    1. Record students’ voices

        Record what?
                                           How do students hear th...
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    2. Record your voice (teacher)

        During class, record:
                                       How do student...
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    Recording and editing sound




              No editing – Some editing – Much   editing




     Computer &sound  ...
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    3. Teacher records words
     Aural    word recognition

     Sound-symbol               correspondence

     Pro...
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    4. Record connected discourse
    for listening comprehension, as speaking models

        Dialogs
    

        St...
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    5. Students record for assessment
    (quiz or homework)


     What                    How
                      ...
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    6. Teacher records comments and
    corrections for SPL students
                                            How do ...
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    7. Teacher records for online
    grammar students
        What                                   Where
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     ...
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    Questions and Commands 1
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    8. Record narration for slide
    shows
     PowerPoint

     Keynote

     Articulate   Presenter
         Inter...
Intro to online advanced grammar virtual classroom
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    9. Record podcasts

     What                              Where
         Anything your heart desires        Podom...
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    Sample podcasts
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    10. Record narration for movies

     DVD


     CD-ROM


     iMovieto  DVD, QuickTime,
       Flash, YouTube

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    Q & A / Marsha’s contact info

        marsha_chan@wvm.edu
    
        Mission College
        Santa Clara, Califo...
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10 Ways to Use Sound Files for Language Learning
What can you do with a hand-held digital recorder or recording software on a computer? Marsha will present 10 ways to use teacher-recorded and student-recorded digital audio files to enhance pronunciation, listening, vocabulary, grammar, sentence structure, and coherence in traditional and online language learning.
By Marsha Chan, a member of the "Innovative uses of digital technology for teaching oral skills" TESOL 2009 Intersection Panel: CALL-IS, SPL-IS, DVM-IS.

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  1. 1. + CALL-IS: Innovative Computer- uses of digital Assisted technology for Language teaching oral Learning skills Interest Section VDM-IS: SPL-IS: Video & Speech, Pron Digital Media unciation & Interest Section Listening Interest Section 10 Ways to Use Sound Files for Language Learning Marsha Chan Mission College and Sunburst Media California U.S.A.
  2. 2. + Equipment Option 1: Portable digital recorder  Small  Battery-powered  Easy to use  No editing  Option 2: Computer w/ sound recording software  My favorite sound editing s/w   Audacity http://audacity.sourceforge.net/  GarageBandhttp://www.apple.com/ilife/garageband/ Microphone and speakers   Stick microphone and speakers  Headset with earphones and boom mic
  3. 3. + Raw vs. edited files No editing – Some editing – Much editing  Digital recorder
  4. 4. + 1. Record students’ voices Record what?  How do students hear the  recordings?  Sentences  Stories  Lend the recorder to students for playback  Dialogues  Speeches  Burn files to CD to distribute  Panel discussions  Copy files to students’ USB  Debates flash drives  Transfer files to student Benefits  computers in a lab  Small and simple  Email attachments to  Students can be responsible students for recording themselves or each other.  Upload to a password-  Teacher can focus on protected online class site instruction and assessment.  Upload to an open website
  5. 5. + 2. Record your voice (teacher) During class, record:  How do students hear the  recordings?  Any of the previous  Lecture Raw audio, as previously   Instruction mentioned  Class discussion Edited audio, after using   One-on-one software on your computer (more on this in a moment) Outside of class, record:   Comments to students  Rehearsals for model speeches  Rehearsals for academic presentations  Presentations
  6. 6. + Recording and editing sound No editing – Some editing – Much editing  Computer &sound editing software
  7. 7. + 3. Teacher records words  Aural word recognition  Sound-symbol correspondence  Pronunciation practice SOUND FOCUS 1: /∫/  Listen and underline the letters that make the /∫/ sound. she ash wishing shade dish special show crash machine shoe wash Washington Chan, M. J. (2009). Phrase by Phrase Pronunciation and Listening in American English 2 e, Sunburst Media
  8. 8. + 4. Record connected discourse for listening comprehension, as speaking models Dialogs  Stories  Announcements  Reports  Songs  Poems  Lectures  Example:  Laughter, Part 5 Chan, M. J. (2006). College Oral Communication 1. English for Academic Success series, HeinleCengage Learning
  9. 9. + 5. Students record for assessment (quiz or homework)  What  How Using recording software in a Words   lab Sentences  Language Player tiny mode  Dialogs  records mp3 Oral compositions  Using recording software at  home
  10. 10. + 6. Teacher records comments and corrections for SPL students How do students hear the   How to record recordings? comments Transfer files to student  On a separate sound file  computers in a lab On a second track in the  Copy files to students’ USB  same file flash drives To learn how, access my  Email attachments to  podcastUsing Audacity to students give comments on a Upload to password-  student’s oral recording protected CMS http://web.me.com/purplecast (Angel, Blackboard) /podcasts/edupod/edupod.ht Right track vs. left track (See  ml my podcast)
  11. 11. + 7. Teacher records for online grammar students What  Where  Intro to textbook chapter  Upload to password-  protected online class site Selected exercises  Example: Advanced Grammar  Why  & Editing class Gives sense of teacher’s  http://wvmccd.angellearning.com/se presence – if not f2f, then v2v ction/default.asp?mode=content&id Gives students an oral nudge  =12354 to do homework Guides students thru chapter  Meets need of students more  auditory than visual Reinforces what students read 
  12. 12. + Questions and Commands 1
  13. 13. + 8. Record narration for slide shows  PowerPoint  Keynote  Articulate Presenter Interactive intro to the online advanced grammar virtual  classroom http://missioncollege.org/depts/esl/faculty/chan/970G/angel_i ntro/player.html
  14. 14. Intro to online advanced grammar virtual classroom
  15. 15. + 9. Record podcasts  What  Where Anything your heart desires Podomatic.com   Simple audio OurMedia.org   Enhanced (music, multi- MyPodcast.com   track, images, links) iWeb Apple’s mobileme   Why Example: Clear  Communication in English Accessible online  for Healthcare Workers anywhere anytime http://web.me.com/purplec Download & transfer to  ast/podcasts/eslhealthpod/ iPod eslhealthpod.html
  16. 16. + Sample podcasts
  17. 17. + 10. Record narration for movies  DVD  CD-ROM  iMovieto DVD, QuickTime, Flash, YouTube Best Practices in Distance Learning  http://missioncollege.org/depts/esl/faculty/chan/DLpanel2008.html or http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mOCbtVUTabA&feature=channel_page Chan, M. J. (2006). College Oral Communication 1. English for Academic Success series, HeinleCengage Learning
  18. 18. + Q & A / Marsha’s contact info marsha_chan@wvm.edu  Mission College Santa Clara, California marsha@sunburstmedia.com  Sunburst Media for Language Learners Sunnyvale, California Skype: marshachan  Visit me in the TESOL Exhibit Hall  at S u n b u r s t M e d i a Booth 833 Marsha wearing several hats

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