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Audio Record

Let students’ voice be heard

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An audio recording activity in PowerPoint

ClassPoint’s Audio Record is an activity in PowerPoint where participants get to share an audio recording of their voice. Prompt them with a question and get participants to share their ideas through verbal communication instead of written. Get creative and interact with your students by turning your slide into an audio record activity.

Teacher Device

Collect and play student audio files

Write your prompt on your slide, then when you run your activity. Watch how colorful audio recordings fill up your activity window!

Play audio responses

Save submissions for review

Download as audio files

Award stars

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Student device

Participants record or upload their audio

Hear what your students have to say. Open the floor for audio submissions and see how students perform!

Record live audio

Upload an audio file from device

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Enhance student vocal language

Let students use their voice during class and create excitement by playing their audio recording to the class. There are many ways to use Audio Record from oral practice to knowledge recall, and even practice for any subject to fun ice breakers!

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Pronounciation

Teaching a language or public speaking? Have hard-to-pronounce new vocabulary words? Ask students to practice pronunciation with Audio Record!

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Verbal proficiency

Audio Record is an opportunity to practice verbal proficiency regardless of the prompt. Remember, excellent verbal communication is a life skill!

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Storytelling

Have students express thoughts verbally by asking them to explain concepts, share opinion, or make factual statements to practice storytelling.

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Verbal recall

Switch up your question form and use audio recording as the answer format to help participants learn, recall, and remember your material!

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Explanation

Get participants to communicate their thoughts verbally instead of written, and allowing struggling students to focus on thinking instead of how to write & spell.

Multi-sensory instruction aids learning

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Research suggests that multimedia instruction stimulates different cognitive architectures and minimizes cognitive load by spreading the learning across different parts of the brain. Compared to teaching with a single medium, this study concluded that multimedia learning is superior.

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How to use ClassPoint’s Audio Record

See how audio record works, and begin hearing from all your participants.

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