1. TEACHER’S OWN VOICE
With a headset, the teacher can speak in a normal tone, and everyone including the farthest student can hear what is said.
2. MULTIMEDIA CONTENT
Multimedia content like MS Word, MS Excel, MS Power Point can be delivered through ISIL system. Audio & video broadcasting helps to understand the lesson.
3. INTERNET CONTENT
Embedded Internet Explorer with ISILS interface help the instructor to access content from Internet through the interface. Internet content can easily be delivered to the students.
4. USER AS A SOURCE OF CONTENT
Student can be allowed to speak through the headset and the voice can be broadcast to other student with in the classroom.
5. VOICE OVER
Teacher’s or student’s voice can be delivered over images or videos shown on the screen which the teacher can directly broadcast to the student with in the classroom.
6. GUEST VOICE
With additional AUX microphone guest lecturer can deliver his/her voice to the student with in the classroom.
With the help of headset student can listen to the content and will be more focused rather than taking to the other student during the lesson.
- Attentive listening to focus on the speaker
- Encouraged listening to invite the speaker to continue
- Reflective listening to mirror the feelings and content in the message
- Active listening to show empathy with the speaker
RECORD – PLAY & COMPARE
Teacher can record student’s voice and play it to compare and improve their skills.
DIGITAL AUDIO CONTENTS
Student can also privately ask for help during a lesson without disturbing other students. Teacher and student can discuss one to one without leaving their study space.
ONE TO MANY
Selected students will participate in group discussion and this will enhance their ability to discuss within a group. Other students can listen and analyze the discussion.
PUSH TO TALK
Everyone can listen and speak at the same time.
Selected students will participate a group discussion which will not be audible to other students of the class and therefore rest of the class can continue with the subject.
ONE TO ONE
Student can also privately ask for help during a lesson without disturbing other student. Teacher and student can discuss one to one without leaving their study space.