I have worked at the Applied English Center since 1991 and over that time the kinds of technology I have had access to have changed dramatically. The technology we now have access to makes teaching spoken English much easier. In the following article, I address three key questions about Voicethread and why I think it is worth learning about and using with your students. Caveats are also discussed but the drawbacks do not outweigh the benefits. In the following discussion Voicethread with a capital V refers to the program and voicethread with a small v refers to an individual voicethread that the user has created.
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