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Playing with Poetry. Directions for adding voice recording to PowerPoint slides. Record your voice reading the poem aloud Click on INSERT tab Click on SOUND (tiny arrow for drop-down menu) Select RECORD SOUND Click on round red button to START recording Click on square button to STOP

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Directions for adding voice recording to powerpoint slides
Directions for adding voice recording to PowerPoint slides

  • Record your voice reading the poem aloud

  • Click on INSERT tab

    • Click on SOUND

      • (tiny arrow for drop-down menu)

  • Select RECORD SOUND

  • Click on round red button to START recording

  • Click on square button to STOP

  • Click OK (you can move the icon whereever you want it to be- just select it and drag)


Poem 1
Poem 1

  • Paste in text of poem

  • Record your voice reading the poem aloud

    To make a prairie (1755)   by Emily Dickinson

    To make a prairie it takes a clover and one bee,

    One clover, and a bee.

    And revery.

    The revery alone will do,

    If bees are few.


Poem 2
Poem 2

  • Partner selects poem and records his/her voice reading a different poem.


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