Monday 25 August 2008

Another Great New Karaoke Site

Getting ESL EFL students singing songs is a great way to improve their pronunciation, so here's another great karaoke site (the 3rd in a month) that has been brought to my attention.

This one is called Karaoke Party and is a little different, for a couple of reasons, the main one being that if you register, you can actually get a score for your singing when you hit the right notes.

This could make the whole activity more motivating for learners as the site is giving them some feedback on their performance. If you got a whole class logged in they could learn their songs at home and compete for the highest score.

I also like that the site has embedded YouTube videos of the original singers for many of the songs, so students can listen to the original and look at the lyrics ( They usually appear under the video clip) before they try to sing themselves.

The site doesn't have servers available in every country yet, but even if you can't register and get a score the lyrics, video and audio to sing along with are still available.

So, no more excuses. Get singing!

Related postings:
Transcribed Videos for EFL ESL
Karaoke with a Social Network
Great New Karaoke Site


Nik Peachey


Ben winter said...

Love the karaoke site. Also enjoyed the Toondoo site - very easy to use. Thanks for your techie advice Nick

Juanjo Guisado said...

I found your blog not long ago and it's full of good advice and excellent reviews about tools and links which we are already using. Thank you, we included a link to your blog in ours, a much more humble one. My students, friends, fellow teachers and I, are really enjoying the karaoke (and some other features you mentioned).

Nik Peachey said...

Thanks Callers

I'm glad you likee the blogs. If you like karaoke I hope you found this posting Karaoke with a Social Network. It has lots of suggestions for how to use this in class.