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MailVU

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A screen shot of the program

Using the MailVU service is very easy  – just Click, Record, and Send it to a friend by e-mail. The video recordings that you make can be up to 10 minutes long.You can get a short link to the video and post on your school or class blog. The videos will play on ...

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Digital Storytelling – free guides

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The Cover of Digital Story Telling - a free e-book

Silvia Tolisano is an expert on digital storytelling and is the author of an excellent free ebook on that subject. How-To-Guide – Digital Storytelling – Tools for Educators is a 120 page guide to using digital storytelling tools in the classroom.

It is available from www.lulu.com however, when I went to get the ...

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Spanish Christmas Songs

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There are not many Spanish websites that include Christmas songs recorded by children. In my opinion the links * below are the best recordings available. They will help children to learn Spanish carols and songs and the two stars mean that you and the children are likely to know the tune already.

* school access to YouTube required.

French Songs for Christmas – Videos suitable for the classroom

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Singing songs in a foreign language is a fun way of practicing pronunciation, reading and vocabulary in your target language. Here is a collection of Christmas / winter songs in French, sung by children with words on the screen rather like a karaoke. The first few songs, marked with stars, most people will recognise, these maybe good ones to start with. If anyone goes back over the whole collection from the website they will see ...

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Using YOUTUBE Videos

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KeepVid is a really simple way for teachers to use YouTube video clips in their lessons. Simply go to the Keepvid website and with a bit of copying and pasting you will have the clip you require available for use at school. Dominic has put togother some instructions for you to follow:

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