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Voice Maker - Text to Speech Mp3 Converter Free Download. TeachingEnglish Jukebox. Arts & Crafts - Howcast. Text 2 Voice - Convert your text to voice for free. Elocance. Transformer en audio n'importe quel texte. Article mis à jour le 27 août 2019 par Fidel Navamuel Elocance est une application mobile, découverte cet été, qui va vous lire à haute voix n’importe quel texte que vous lui soumettrez.

Elocance. Transformer en audio n'importe quel texte

Une vraie perle qui va se transformer en votre lectrice personnelle quand vous ne pouvez lire vous-même. Les usages sont même beaucoup plus nombreux, Elocance proposant toute une série d’options très utiles pour de nombreux cas d’usages. On va y revenir. L’application disponible sur iOs et Android va transformer en fichier audio et vous lire à voix haute tout type de texte : notes, cours, articles web, emails… Capturer et écouter un texte Elocance est vraiment simple à utiliser. Une fois l’application téléchargée sur votre smartphone ou sur votre tablette. Une extension pour Chrome pour faire parler le web.

Voicepods. Sans titre. Free Audio Books: Fiction & Literature. Podcasts to help English learners practise listening. Do your students want more listening practice?

Podcasts to help English learners practise listening

Aoife McLoughlin, blogger with and latest winner of the British Council's Teaching English blog award, recommends five podcasts to get them started. Do you spend enough time working on listening skills with your students? Is there ever enough time? In my experience, I would say no. Often, when we ask students what part of their English they most want to improve, they will say listening and speaking. Songs and Activities for English Language Learners. Authentic listening with lower levels: possible and highly recommended. Florence Nightingale.

Five tips for using authentic video in the classroom. How can teachers use video content that isn't designed especially for language learners?

Five tips for using authentic video in the classroom

English language teaching materials writer and developer Lewis Lansford explains. These days, learners have easy access to English language input, that is, authentic language in use, such as online videos, social media, and podcasts. Most teachers appreciate that using authentic materials – anything produced for a purpose other than teaching English – can capture and hold learners' attention, and motivate them to improve. But they also know that unfiltered, ungraded content can be hard to understand. Speakers often speak quickly, and use grammar and vocabulary that learners haven’t yet mastered. With a few tips and tricks, these challenges can be overcome, and the classroom can be brought to life. 1. Outils numériques et classe inversée en langues vivantes au collège.

Psychology for Educators [And More] A lesson plan for all levels – in 10 ½ simple steps Preparation: Some fascinating recent studies have shown that on average teachers spend about 30 min preparing for each of their classes.

Psychology for Educators [And More]

Meanwhile other studies (conducted on planet Earth this time) show that such a time allocation may actually be unrealistic. This post is for teachers who live on planet Earth and who know that there are times when one may have to enter a classroom having only had a couple of minutes to prepare (not that such a thing has ever happened to me… TapeWrite. Créer un blog audio. Tapewrite est un service en ligne qui permet de créer une sorte de blog audio dans lequel les articles sont des genres de podcasts qui peuvent être illustrés.

TapeWrite. Créer un blog audio

Difficile de présenter le concept de Tapewrite. Il me fait penser à un service type Medium mais pour le son. Même s’il n’a pas été conçu spécifiquement pour cela, Tapewrite peut être d’une grande utilité dans un contexte de classe inversée. Après vous être inscrit, Tapewrite vous permet de personnaliser une page publique dans laquelle vous allez publier vos enregistrements. Pour cela rien de plus simple, il suffit de donner un titre et une description à votre article. La particularité et véritable valeur ajoutée de Tapewrite, c’est la possibilité ensuite d’ajouter des « cartes » ou diapositives à l’endroit où vous le souhaitez dans votre enregistrement.

Ces diapositives qui viennent appuyer votre son peuvent être partagées d’un clic sur les réseaux sociaux, elles peuvent être commentées ou archivées. Stepping Stones Basic. Learn english by doing it. 100 Incredibly Useful YouTube Channels for Teachers. YouTube has earned a reputation for featuring brain cell-slaughtering fare such as the truly abysmal Fred and playing host to the some of the most depressingly stupid comments this side of Yahoo!

100 Incredibly Useful YouTube Channels for Teachers

News. But for every participant liberally dishing out misspelled racist, sexist and homophobic talking points, there is at least one whose channel genuinely offers something provocative and educational. For teachers hoping to infuse multimedia into their classrooms, YouTube makes for an excellent starting point. Plenty of universities, nonprofits, organizations, museums and more post videos for the cause of education both in and out of schools. The following list compiles some of the ones most worthy of attention, as they feature plenty of solid content appealing to their respective audiences and actively try to make viewers smarter.

Multidisciplinary and General Education Physical Sciences, Mathematics and Technology Social Sciences, History and World Issues Visual, Performing and Liberal Arts. Understanding. Randall's favorite listening activities on his site (Randall's ESL Cyber Listening Lab) 1.


A Story to Remember: - A story of a man who was approached by an alien creature. Or was it? 2. Car Repairs: - A man has real problems trying to get his car fixed in a small town.3. Search & Play Soundbites From Movies. By Kieran Donaghy. Best Music to Learn English. Here are my top 5 music artists that English students should listen to.

Best Music to Learn English

They have been chosen because they have clear pronunciation and great vocabulary (by great I mean interesting and useful- none of this street ganksta talk or old-fashioned nonsense that people just don’t say in real life). 1) George Ezra George Ezra is a singer from Hertford England. He sings folk-rock music and his album “Wanted on Voyage” was the third biggest selling album in the UK last year.

Check out his song Listen to the Man on Youtube. 2) Bruno Mars Bruno Mars is an American singer who was born in Hawaii.