Ginger has used the six iPads in her classroom and her free, district-provided YouTube channel to help her students develop oral communication skills, oral fluency, as well as digital literacy skills this semester. In the following six minute video, Mrs. Gregory and eight of her students explain what they have learned as a result of their assignments this year using iPad videos and YouTube.
For authors who want to use their own home equipment to narrate an audio version of their own books, or if you want to record your kids reading their favorite stories for posterity, you can do it with a microphone, and iPad and GarageBand.
Free short English stories for ESL students, with grammar, comprehension, and dictation exercises, created for ESL learners who want to practice reading and improve their reading skills. Students can also choose to listen to the stories.
Jersus Colmenares's insight:
Escellent resources for tell and retell, and information gap activities.