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Thank you so much for a brilliant conference. I hadn’t signed up initially to do Kath Holton’s session on Using digital voice recorders in the lesson – although it was a consideration. As the other sessions I had signed up for were cancelled, I went to her session – and it was fantastic! So easy to do. I ended up buying myself a digital voice recorder, and I have set up my wiki this week, added pages to it, set homework on it yesterday at around 12pm. By 5 pm yesterday – before I had left school, one of my year 9 pupils had already left a comment, and by 7.15am this morning there were 6 comments – a quarter of the class had done their homework within 24 hours!

Admittedly, some of the homework requires a little more work, but I suppose you could consider it amusing to hear the French language mangled by an American accent!

Anyway, here is the link to my website:

I shall be adding more to it later in the day – including Pierre le poisson – which, by coincidence, was Kath Holton, me and someone else!

Thank you once again,


christine, it was really nice reading your comment and finding that I might have helped in giving you ideas how we language teachers can use digital voice recorders, vokis and wikis. Fab!!
best wishes, Kath

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