Getting Engaged in Fluency

Tuesday, March 8, 2016
I created a recording studio for my kiddos to work on fluency! They are so engaged and loving it!  I needed something to block the noise from the room, so I taped together two of my privacy shields from {Really Good Stuff}. You could also use two of those tri-fold boards from Walmart. I had an extra desk in the room, so I raised it as tall as it could go. 
Sorry for the glare!
The app we use is {Voice Recording}, a free app! It is easy to use and easy to save/upload files too!
When a student gets to record, they have to type in the book title and their name to save the file. 

This saves it to the iPad, but I discovered linking it to Google Drive was soooo simple! I created a new account so all my saved folders would not show up in the student drive. 
When you click "Upload to Cloud" you are given the option to pick where you want it to go. Google Drive is easiest for me, but there were other options as well! When students click the button, after I linked it, they are only given one choice. I love that the app doesn't give them so many options to look through. 
Once inside Google Drive, they find the folder that is for our recordings. The recording already has their name and book title from the very first step! This makes saving so so easy!
From here, I am able to download the audio and create a QR code of the book. Students can listen to their friends reading the book. Students can also go back and listen to themselves reading. This can give them a confidence boost when they have improved their reading! 
-Aimee

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