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|Creating audio resources for the lessons in the text
 
|Creating audio resources for the lessons in the text
 
|Hands-on
 
|Hands-on
|1.  Understanding the power of audio in a classroom
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|1.  Understanding the power of audio in a classroom<br>
2. Appreciating the incremental benefit that the digital audio resource brings to a classroom – possibilities of introducing contextual sounds
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2. Appreciating the incremental benefit that the digital audio resource brings to a classroom – possibilities of introducing contextual sounds<br>
 
3.  Understanding elements of good script writing
 
3.  Understanding elements of good script writing
|1. Participants have to select (on selected story line and poem etc)
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|1. Participants have to select (on selected story line and poem etc)<br>
2. Use lab computers or their personal laptop or mobile phones to record.
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2. Use lab computers or their personal laptop or mobile phones to record.<br>
3.If it is story - participants can make groups of 2 people to record
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3.If it is story - participants can make groups of 2 people to record<br>
4. For Poem - try to record same poem with different voice modulation
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4. For Poem - try to record same poem with different voice modulation<br>
5. Save your audio files.
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5. Save your audio files.<br>
6. Import all recorded audio files into systems.
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6. Import all recorded audio files into systems.<br>
 
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|12.45-1.00
 
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|Adding audio elements  to your recording
 
|Adding audio elements  to your recording
 
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|1.  Effectiveness of adding audio effects
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|1.  Effectiveness of adding audio effects<br>
2.  Understanding when to use audio effects and how
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2.  Understanding when to use audio effects and how<br>
3. Using an audio editing tool to add sound elements
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3. Using an audio editing tool to add sound elements<br>
|1. Use edit tools to refine your audio by removing unwanted part
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|1. Use edit tools to refine your audio by removing unwanted part<br>
2. To understand what is track and its uses
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2. To understand what is track and its uses<br>
3. Use multiple tracks to add background music for the audio
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3. Use multiple tracks to add background music for the audio<br>
4. Participants identify the sound effects they would like to add
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4. Participants identify the sound effects they would like to add<br>
 
5. File export as audio files and save as project
 
5. File export as audio files and save as project
 
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|Using an audio editing tool to enhance an audio resource
 
|Using an audio editing tool to enhance an audio resource
 
Understanding of using different audio effects to make more effective of the story
 
Understanding of using different audio effects to make more effective of the story
|1. Use amplify to adjust the output volume of your audio files
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|1. Use amplify to adjust the output volume of your audio files<br>
2. Fade in/out to adjust the audio -voice modulation
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2. Fade in/out to adjust the audio -voice modulation<br>
4. Save Export your audio files in different formats.
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3. Save Export your audio files in different formats.<br>
 
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== Resources ==
 
== Resources ==

Revision as of 12:58, 26 July 2019

Objectives of the workshop

  1. Explore Audacity FOSS tool to create effective language resources
  2. Record and edit audio in Audacity to see how audio can be used in a language lesson.
  3. To explore new digital tools and applications for language learning
  4. Make your audio resource more effective by using multiple audio files (background music)

Agenda

Time Session Structure Objectives/ Outcomes Activities
10.30 -11.0 Record audio using different devices Demo Using different applications for audio recording

Understanding the technical specifications for audio – headphones, microphone, etc

Check list of recording a good quality audio

Audacity interface Go through the audio recording process – record pause, play, stop and save as project file, export Mobile apps are like sound recorder, audio recorder, recorder Record and save audio files.

11-11.15 Tea break
11.15-12.45 Creating audio resources for the lessons in the text Hands-on 1. Understanding the power of audio in a classroom

2. Appreciating the incremental benefit that the digital audio resource brings to a classroom – possibilities of introducing contextual sounds
3. Understanding elements of good script writing

1. Participants have to select (on selected story line and poem etc)

2. Use lab computers or their personal laptop or mobile phones to record.
3.If it is story - participants can make groups of 2 people to record
4. For Poem - try to record same poem with different voice modulation
5. Save your audio files.
6. Import all recorded audio files into systems.

12.45-1.00 Hands-on Import audio into systems (who are recorded in mobile)

And import to audcaity (all) - 30 min

1.00-2.00 LUNCH
2-4.00 Adding audio elements to your recording l 1. Effectiveness of adding audio effects

2. Understanding when to use audio effects and how
3. Using an audio editing tool to add sound elements

1. Use edit tools to refine your audio by removing unwanted part

2. To understand what is track and its uses
3. Use multiple tracks to add background music for the audio
4. Participants identify the sound effects they would like to add
5. File export as audio files and save as project

3-3.15 Tea break
4.0-5.00 Use different audio effects for make audio more interest Using an audio editing tool to enhance an audio resource

Understanding of using different audio effects to make more effective of the story

1. Use amplify to adjust the output volume of your audio files

2. Fade in/out to adjust the audio -voice modulation
3. Save Export your audio files in different formats.

Resources

  1. Explore audacity (Free and Open sources audio editor tool)
  2. Teachers' toolkit for creating and re-purposing OER using FOSS/Audio and Video OER
  3. Audio resources created from IT for Change
  4. Stephen Krashen's Theory of Second Language Acquisition
  5. Online OER audio repositories