Cue the prompter

Improving students presentations (& memory!) with a cue prompter is such a great idea, there are so many presenting possibilities! For now though my mind is on our current speaking controlled assessments. I thought it would be a fun way for the students to practice their speaking, in their own time or presenting to the class. It’s so easy to use and free, all you have to do is paste in your text (up to 2000 words) and hey presto you have your cue prompter.

The only thing I would have liked from it would be to save it some how but one solution was to record it with a screencasting software (which I wrote in my last post) However on the plus side this had the added bonus of being able to record speaking it at the same time. Great for controlled assessments from you or the students. Here is an example:

About Miss Cairns

Secondary MFL teacher from North West England
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