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  1. Emerson Squirl

    Emerson Squirl Rookie

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    I have decided to include a listening choice for my students do in class, meaning they will either be listening to text on tape or recording (somehow) text for others to listen to as well. As the new teacher I have no materials to make this happen-yet- but I'm willing to invest in something that will get the job done. So, my question is: do I track down a cassette recorder that has the standard play, rewind, fast forward, record buttons or is there something else out there that one of you fine professionals use? What are the pros and cons to any option?
     
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    mopar Multitudinous

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    I like the cassette record to make tapes. I also use a CD player because so many books are on CD. Lastly, I use the computer. My students can record on the computer and then play back using garage band.
     

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