Now, how can a voki be used for language education? The only way that I have used them so far is as reminders for something that I want to be sure my students don’t miss. How could anyone not remember what a green fish or a pink koala has said? One of my colleagues thought they might be useful for very brief summaries since you have a limited amount of space within which to speak. It also might be fun to use them if you are working on adjective work order. For example:
Adjective Word Order
|Nationality||Japanese speaking …fish|
I am an intelligent, little, green, Japanese speaking fish.
(In English the fish said, “Good morning. I’m Patricia. Today I’m a fish. It’s fun. The tulips are beautiful. Have a good day.”)