I did manage to record this a few days ago using Sound Cloud. Now let’s see if I can successfully post it.
I intended to record my students when they were practicing their lines from the play, as I mentioned on the recording above. . . Just checked it out and it worked! I always feel like it’s a major miracle when my use of new technology works for me!
It was not an easy process. It took lots of time to get it figured out, and then I couldn’t get it moved over from my iPhone to my blog. Realized my phone doesn’t have the dashboard of my blog on it. So I sent it to my email, then right clicked on it, copied it, and pasted it into my blog.
All pretty amazing. I feel like I need some more practice with it to get fluent.
Just felt spent today when I got home after 4. The two plays were a success. One student’s father is a firefighter, and he brought in three other firefighters to watch the play. Twenty seven adults came to see it.
Another success today was the “pumpkin pie” made in a ziploc bag at each group of 6 students, topped with whipped cream. (First they had crushed a graham cracker in a cup.) The best part is all the students’ comments. “Thank you. This is the best thing you have ever made!”
That’s all for now. I may try recording some of my students reading a passage this coming week.
P.S. If you’re curious about the recipe . . . 1 and 1/3 c. milk, 1 small box vanilla instant pudding mix, 7 and a half ounces canned pumpkin, 3/4 teaspoon of pumpkin pie spice.