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Project Creator-Focused on Speaking

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Voxopop
http://www.voxopop.com/
Voxopop talkgroups can help students develop their speaking skills. They're a bit like message boards, but use voice rather than text.

Interpretive:Teacher records a TalkGroup with other speakers of the language about a cultural topic. Students listen to the TalkGroup.

Interpersonal:Students are given a writing frame and are asked to complete it using the Talkboard. For example, when I was a child I always..... or Suddenly, I saw.....

Presentational:Provide students with a specific role play to use with VoxoPop. For example, Voxopop would lend itself well to simulating phone conversations.

Blabberize
http://blabberize.com/
Students can modify an image and insert their own voice to make it look like the character in the image is talking.

Interpretive: As a creative way to get students to listen, teacher creates a blabberize image and students need to answer questions about what they have heard.

Interpersonal: Two students must create an interview back and forth between a reporter and a politician, athlete or movie star. They will create a blabberize using these two characters asking and answering questions.

Presentational: Students write a story narrated by a celebrity of their choice. They then record themselves reading the story, find a picture of their celebrity and make the picture talk.

Eyejot
http://www.eyejot.com/
 
This website allows user to create a video lasting 60-seconds or less and e-mail it to any e-mail address. The recipient does not need to have an eyejot account to view the video.
Interpretive: Teacher can create a couple different eyejots using native speakers. Students can make cultural comparisons based off of these answers.

Interpersonal: The teacher gives students a topic and they would have 60 seconds to respond using a dialogue in eyejot.

Presentational: Students make up a persona and create an online dating video promoting their new self. Students assume a role of a character in any story or book they are reading and give advice to another character.
 

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