Thursday, June 18, 2009

Our Dinosaur Stories as told by Our Voice Thread!

Room 5 have been learning about dinosaurs in thier topic studies. We have recorded some of their sentences in the following Voice Thread. This one is mainly on T-Rex. Listen to their voices and see if you agree with what they say. Their teacher, Mrs J She is very proud of them because they wrote those sentences themselves.

8 comments:

Mrs Gibb said...

Congratulations Room 5, those with very impressive and confident voices on your voice-thread talking about the T-Rex.

I did not know much about the T-Rex so you have all taught me something new.

Thank-you Room 5,

Mrs Gibb

News From Jackson said...

I enjoyed listening to your Voicethread! Thanks for sharing.

Pam Thompson said...

Hey Room 5. You wrote some great sentences on T-Rex, and even better, you then recorded them! Wow! You have very clear speaking voices. Well done!

anne marie said...

AWESOME job Room 5 students. Your T-Rex Voice Thread is simply amazing- I learned so much. Thanks so much for sharing.
Mrs. C.
Ludlow, MA USA

John Strange said...

Your voices are being heard in the state of Alabama in the United States - half way around the world and half way up the world!

What do you think about that?

I live in Daphne, Alabama, USA. Find me on a globe!

Room 3 PBS said...

Hi Room 5,

We liked your Voice Thread Reacording.
We liked your facts about dinosaurs.
You all spoke clearly.

From Room 3

Fiona said...

Hi Room 5!

We are listening to you from overseas, in Australia!

You are all fantastic writers and you spoke beautifully!

Thank you for telling us so much about dinosaurs!

Please do some more writing and speaking for us to listen to soon!

Anastasia Martin said...

You all did a great job talking about dinosaurs. How wonderful it is to hear such sweet voices all the way around the world. I am a graduate student at the University of South Alabama in Mobile, Alabama in the USA (EDM510). I have two kids that are in elementary school and we love to read books about dinosaurs, especially the T-Rex!