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    Speaking recording program

    Hello everyone

    Does anyone know of a piece of software which i can use. I need students to be able to record themselves speaking another language when pictures pop up on the screen so that they can then listen back to it ????

    If anyone has any ideas i would be very greatful

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    Eaglesnerd

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    I don't quite understand what you mean here. If you mean you want students to record a voice over to a photo slideshow? Then take a look at Microsoft Photo Story, I had to install it for my MFL department last year. If you just want them to record themselves then use Audacity.

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    You are meaning like a Rosetta Stone type of program?

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