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19/12/2009

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Useful stuff, Mark, if you have access to a Mac and the GarageBand software. There is no question that Macs are superior machines if you are developing multimedia applications. My daughter runs a 100% Mac-based graphic design business, and I am always impressed by the ease with which she can handle graphics, sound and video compared with my clumsy efforts on a PC. However, the database of my own business (which sells software to schools) shows that over 90% of schools in the UK use PCs as their main machines. Of course, Audacity can also do what Mark describes, but it would be a bit clumsy and time-consuming.

Our local school use to have an authoring tool called Speaker Author, produced by NeuroConcept in France: http://www.neuroconcept.com

I don’t know if it’s still available, but it simplified the process of setting up speaking exercises.

The CD-ROMs produced by EuroTalk and Virtual Languages contain lots of ready-made speaking activities.

Graham

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