Integrating Technology in the Second Language Classroom

  
Jean LeLoup & Bob Ponterio 
SUNY Cortland 
© 2017
       Audio homework: Google Voice & Lingt

Lingt

https://www.lingt.com/

This site lets you create your own online activities where text, audio & video cues can be used to get oral or written responses from students. You can have 6 assignments for free.

lingt

We can insert text, images, video to set up an assignment. One balloon reads the teacher's prompt, and the other allows the student to respond.

lingt

To try it out, go here to answer two questions about what you want for breakfast in your best French. Or if you don't speak French, use English.... https://www.lingt.com/ponterio/

Lingt's online video tutorial provides a nice overview: https://www.lingt.com/tutorial/ 
Lingt Login: https://www.lingt.com/


Phone Apps

For a simple solution, any app on your student's phone that can record audio can send it to the teacher as homework. Through the sharing menu, the student can then email the audio homework file to you or send it via another app (e.g. WhatsApp, Skype) or the cloud e.g. Google Docs, Dropbox, iCloud.

phone phone

You might prefer to set up a separate email address for this to avoid using your regular email address.


 

Capturing student audio online

If you are just capturing student audio online, other simple tools you might try are:

Record Myself

http://recordmp3online.com/

 

vacaroo

http://vocaroo.com/


Teens, Tech, and Homework Habits

Best Voice Recorder Apps for Android

Best Voice Recorder Apps for iPhone



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