2 edition of tape recorder in the classrom. found in the catalog.
tape recorder in the classrom.
by National Committee for Audio-Visual Aids in Education
Written in English
Previous ed 1968.
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||127|
Fisherprice Tape Recorder with Tapes and Books. Condition is Used. 9 books and tapes. Working condition. Shipped with USPS date: The Tape Recorder in the Classroom: Ambiguous Dialogues. Richards, Brian. Engl Lang Teaching, 23, 3, , 69 May.
A tape is a memory device consisting of a long thin plastic strip used to record sounds. The tape recorder is an electrical device used for recording sounds on tape and for playing back the recorded material. Tape and tape recorder are often used for teaching English language in the classroom. Listening to tapes provides students information. • Tape recorder • Headphones/listening station • Song tapes (copies of the songs placed in a scrapbook) • Story tapes and enough copies of the accompanying book for each child at the centre WRITING CENTRE Although most of the writing materials are stored in this area, it is important to put paper and writing utensils in all areas of the.
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Now recording apps make it easier than ever to use audio recording as a classroom tool. A voice memo app is pre-loaded on most iPhones, and free apps like Smart Voice Recorder or Voice Recorder are easy to download onto classroom devices.
As a supplement to classroom content, audio recording is a flexible and accessible space for student : Marissa King. Audio-assisted reading is an individual or group reading activity where students read along in their books as they hear a fluent reader read the book on an audio recording (audiotape, audio book, or iPod).
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