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An A-Z of ICT tools to support the development of oracy in
the MFL classroom
Isabelle Jones, Alderley Edge School for Girl...

a website that allows you to create custom
images by combiningtext, symbols and pho...
 Real Player video player-can also be used to
turn video files into audio files.

a tool that allows you to create
your own customised 3D pop-up books with...
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Ict tools for oracy

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Handout for Speaking session at MMU, 25th October 2013.

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Ict tools for oracy

  1. 1. An A-Z of ICT tools to support the development of oracy in the MFL classroom Isabelle Jones, Alderley Edge School for Girls A  is a site to create talking animations. Audacity a programme that allows you to record and edit sound straight to yourcomputer-with a microphone. It is a popular programme with podcasters. Audioboo is an audio blogging site. You can send in updates through the web or a smart phone. It is perfect for blogging on the move, like on schooltripsor for sharing opinions about a topic. (mobile app available) B  you to animate pictures of people and animals and to add sound to make them appear as if they are talking. C Capzles is a free web application that allows you to combine your photos, videos,blog posts and sound files into rich multimedia storylines. Creative Commons Search is a large collection of audio, video and visual resources which you are legally free to use and share. D DotSUb a website that allows you to upload videos and put subtitles on them.Perfect to share foreign language resources or to set translation projects to yourstudents. (students can listen to each other’s speeches, transcribe, translate and subtitle videos) E Evernote is a cross-platform note-taking tool. Text, pictures, voice memos and other media are automatically syncedacross all your devices including smartphones (mobile app available). F Flickr a web service for storing and sharing your digital photographs. It also has a large collection of Creative Commons photographs and pictures that can be used as prompts to speaking activities. (mobile app available) Fotobabble you to create talking photos in a few clicks by adding a sound file.(mobile app available) G Go!Animate a web application with which you can create animated comic strips. Great to model and introduce new language. H Hot Potatoes an application that allows you to create interactive exercises, which can be added towebsites. Free for schools.  HT Professional Recorder Turn your mobile into a high quality digital recorder I
  2. 2. ImageChef a website that allows you to create custom images by combiningtext, symbols and photos. Great for speaking starter activities or prompts. (mobile app available) iPadio you to broadcast from any phone to the Internet live, creating phlogs–live voice-blogs (mobile app available) J Jamendo European podsafe music site. Download royalty-free, CreativeCommons music in all major european languages. Great resource for creative speaking activities. K Kerpoof children to draw, tell stories and create cartoons and animations. (anew story-telling app is now available) L Lingt a web application that allows you to create and edit language assignmentsincorporating voice, video, images, and text.  Linelearner app to help you practise learning lines (free version available, mobile app only) M  Mailvu is an online audio email tool with video included. (mobile app available) Masher an online video editor that allows users to create videos using their ownuploaded material including photos, videos andmusic.  Memrise is a site to help you memorise key words by drilling them in your memory in different ways including audio and video (mobile app available) Morpho a free app that can be used to take a photo and record different voices onto it. Myplick a free service that lets you share and embed presentations online.You can also addnarration or sound effects to your presentation by uploading audio files to it. N Ning is a platform for you to create your own public or privatesite. It can be used to share audio and video resources and comment on them. Unfortunately, no longer free. O  enables you to produce and post online slideshows with your own photosand music. P Photo Story 3 a Windows desktop application to make photoslideshows to which you can add commentary, soundtrack and transition effects. PixnTellis an app that adds your voice to your pictures and creates a personalised video you can share on Dropbox, Facebook, YouTube or email (mobile app only) Podomatic a podcast publishing service-just upload your audio or video files. Free for the first 500MB Q Quizlet you to create and share flaschcards. Great to help your studentsrevise materials like key vocabulary or prompts for their speaking tasks. R
  3. 3.  Real Player video player-can also be used to turn video files into audio files. S Songify App that turns speech automatically into a song. Great to practise pronunciation of new words in a fun way.  Storybird enables you to create short, digital stories which can then be shared and embedded into blogs and wikis. They can be complemented by audio files, which is a great way to practise pronunciation and intonation, T TagGalaxy you to search Flickr tags and displaysthe results as a rotating globe. Perfect to introduce topics or to use as prompts for discussions. Tagxedo a word cloud site that allows customisation, including a large variety of colourschemes and the ability to change the shape of the cloud. Great for starters and speaking prompts. U Udemy is a free platform to create online courses by uploading presentations, video and audio files and more. V Vocaroo an online voice recorder. Voicethread an application that allows you to collaborate online by sharingmedia and comments. (mobile app available)  a tool to enable you to producespeaking animated avatars. It has a text-to-speech facility in a wide range of languages and you can also upload your own audio to the avatar you created. Voxopop like a forumthat uses voice recordings instead of text. Private talkgroups can be set up to discuss specific topics. W Wikispaces wikis free of charge to educators. As anyone can edit wikis, provided they are giving the right to do so, they are great to share a range of media with students including audio and video resources. They can also be used to encourage students to comment on specific resources.  Wordfoto enabling user to create word cloud in the shape of a photo of their choice (mobile app only) Wordle users to create customisable word clouds from any given texts orweb address. Great to create speaking prompts or visuals for speaking starters. X Xmind a free mind-mapping desktop application. Great to present arguments key words/ phrases for discussions and debates. Y  you to convert files to any other file format,download online videos from sites such as YouTube. Useful when collecting audio from different sources. Z
  4. 4. ZooBurst a tool that allows you to create your own customised 3D pop-up books with or without sound. The 3D books can also be used as prompt for speaking.