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{October 24, 2009}   Using MP3s in your classroom

Have you ever thought of using those little technological gadgets?

They can be really useful for struggling learners! Here there are some ideas to use them with your students:

– Let them listen individually to stories as they read them. This may help them improve their pronunciation!

– Some students work better with music. Let them listen to their favourite songs while they work.

– Most students already have one of this so you won’t have to worry about explaining the basics. They are perfect for those days when students are absent and you did a lot of listening activities. Just provide them the .mp3 file and they can carry out the activities at home!

– If you work with private students, you can assign listenings which students have to work with alone. They are perfect for helping them develop listening skills (and students can listen to the files again and again).

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