PoodLL recording question type

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Give learners the opportunity to make their voices heard.

The Poodll recording question type allows students to record audio or video (or draw pictures) as responses to quiz questions in Moodle. A variety of HTML5 recorders are available, each designed for classroom use. Teachers can select the type best suited to the situation and the students including: recorders for assessment, recorders for small displays, recorders for practice and review, and recorders for simplicity and ease of use.

Please watch the Poodll Recording Question video for and overview.

Use Cases

Assessing Student Speaking

Without audio or video recording, it's often impractical for teachers to evaluate a student's oral responses. Recorded audio and video questions allow asynchronous assessment of student speaking, allowing teachers to preserve valuable instruction time. The Poodll Recording Question is idea for remote learning contexts in which learners lack the opportunity to demonstrate speaking skills in a shared physical space.

Speaking Practice

In language learning contexts, teachers are always searching for new opportunities to get their students speaking. Recording questions give language learners the opportunity to practice basic skills such as self-introductions or provide oral responses to prompts prepared by the teacher. Recording questions provide an open response format for students to express themselves to the best of their abilities.


Getting Started

Poodll Recording Question requires the Poodll Filter.

  1. Visit the Poodll Essentials page at poodll.com
  2. Take a "30 day Free Trial"
  3. Register your Moodle site URL on your member page
  4. Download and install the Poodll Filter. Be sure to read the support documentation.
  5. Then you can install Poodll Recording Question as usual from the Moodle plugins directory. Please see the Poodll Recording Question support documentation for more information on installing and using Poodll Recording Question.

About Poodll

Poodll has been making plugins for Moodle since 2011. Our software has helped teachers build and deliver language courses in thousands of Moodle websites worldwide. Search for "Poodll" in the Moodle plugins directory to see a list containing more than 25 of our plugins. Poodll is based in Nagasaki, Japan

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