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  • ehansonsmi
    You may be disappointed that Wimba has had to start charging for the use of its site, but try out PureVoice. It s even better for student use if you want to
    Message 1 of 2 , Jul 9, 2002
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      You may be disappointed that Wimba has had to start charging
      for the use of its site, but try out PureVoice. It's even better for
      student use if you want to have them work with pronunciation.

      PV creates editable files, so you can send a student a file with
      your voice and have them repeat what you say sentence by
      sentence for practice. Then have the student send you a
      message, and insert correct pronunciations here and there and
      send the file back, and so on, back and forth. Marsha Chan
      uses PV for individual tutoring in pronunciation. You can also
      use it for a file "exam" in pronunciation.

      You need to download a small file to your hd to create and listen
      to files. The PV file is sent as an e-mail attachment. This is a lot
      less hassle than an audio tape, which doesn't allow editing
      without erasing parts of the tape.

      PV is found at the Qualcomm site:
      www.cdmatech.com/solutions/products/
      purevoice_download.html

      Cheers--Elizabeth
    • dafne Chavez
      Thanks a lot Elizabeth, I once visited the site after I read an article you posted in one of the yahoo groups, but had forgotten about it. I will give it a try
      Message 2 of 2 , Jul 9, 2002
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        Thanks a lot Elizabeth, I once visited the site after I read an article you posted in one of the yahoo groups, but had forgotten about it. I will give it a try and report back.
        Daf
        ehansonsmi <ehansonsmi@...> wrote: You may be disappointed that Wimba has had to start charging
        for the use of its site, but try out PureVoice. It's even better for
        student use if you want to have them work with pronunciation.

        PV creates editable files, so you can send a student a file with
        your voice and have them repeat what you say sentence by
        sentence for practice. Then have the student send you a
        message, and insert correct pronunciations here and there and
        send the file back, and so on, back and forth. Marsha Chan
        uses PV for individual tutoring in pronunciation. You can also
        use it for a file "exam" in pronunciation.

        You need to download a small file to your hd to create and listen
        to files. The PV file is sent as an e-mail attachment. This is a lot
        less hassle than an audio tape, which doesn't allow editing
        without erasing parts of the tape.

        PV is found at the Qualcomm site:
        www.cdmatech.com/solutions/products/
        purevoice_download.html

        Cheers--Elizabeth




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