So far, I have used this with my articulation kiddos...they really liked using it! For one of my older students, he did a monologue (he's into drama) and then watched the playback. We had a great discussion on his articulation and he was able to judge his accuracy! It was an awesome activity for him. For a couple of my younger students, I let them do this at the end of a session and we saved it to the computer. I plan to use it as progress monitoring as they move through levels with their target phonemes. Every kid loves watching themselves! I could also see using it as a warm up activity for an artic group.
You could also use for
- following directions
- center instructions (if you do rotations)
- fluency/voice practice
- sharing progress with teachers/parents
- social cuing
- carryover practice of ANY skill
- this list could go on forever!
The draw back...only 30 seconds of video and you have to dump to your computer to save any video...this means if you are working with a group, you would have to connect to your computer to download each video after each kid.
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