What a great concept-the Met uploaded a dialogue between a mother and daughter on how they view the Olympian gods displayed at the museum. I think I only heard the daughter correct her mom three times--pretty good! Follow the dialogue and slideshow HERE.
Photo of Athena, the Metropolitan Museum of Art
Exclamor is the 1st person singular, present tense, passive voice, indicative mood of the verb exclamo, exclamare: which means to shout out or exclaim. Synopsis, anyone? So literally, we translate exclamor as "I am being exclaimed", or in today's speak: a SHOUT OUT. So multas gratias to Vicky Alvear Shecter for my very first exclamor HERE.
I love the idea of students creating audiobooks using Powerpoint and Videothread. Check out this story: The Boy Who Cried Bear.