Booktrack is a new platform for students  and  a free web application that student can reach syncs digital books to audio and  can read stories and texts accompanied by a movie-style soundtrack .

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Students can use this tool in  different ways.For example, they can read stories, eBooks , poems and other texts that are associated with a ‘movie-style’ soundtrack or booktracts can created by using their own writing or works. Also they can reach book soundtracks with access to over 20,000 high quality music and audio tracks and it is also free  students or teachers do not need to pay money .On the other hand , this technology help students to improve their literacy through technology. İn addition  reading and writing abilities of students can be improved via book tract  with a fun.Furthermore  ,  free lesson plans for students at many levels, covering a variety of subjects and learning outcomes can be constructed .

Using Booktrack, my students bring their reading and writing to life with resounding success!   Kate Baker, 9th grade English teacher, NJquote

Booktrack can be used in a variety of ways to engage with students. Here are just a few examples:

  • Narrative Writing – Students add music and audio to their original stories.
  • Informative and Explanatory Writing – Students compose essays and articles selecting suitable audio to accompany their text.
  • Literature Study – Students gain insight and increased understanding of the text by creating their own soundtracks for novels, stories, and plays they are reading in class.
  • Read-Alouds – Teacher and student led read-alouds are enhanced through the addition of sound and music to the chapter or act being presented.



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