Creative Uses of VoiceThread In and Out of the Language Classroom
Edith Allen, English for International Students; Mbaye Lo and Dan Wang, Asian and Middle Eastern Studies
Many teachers in the language classroom are using VoiceThread instead of traditional tools to offer oral language practice; to increase student, peer, and instructor interaction; and to promote multiple forms of assessment. Are these classroom objectives achieved effectively using VoiceThread? We will consider the pros and cons of VoiceThread by evaluating several of our classroom assignments, such as interviews, oral presentations, self portraits, and video journals, in terms of practice value, interaction value, and assessment value.
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