conversation one. So often, foreign language teachers have to assess lots of kids with just a little bit of time. I have some classes where I am spread thin and not able to meet each child several times during the duration of the class, especially if I am differentiating and helping someone who is confused about a step.
Conversations allows the teacher to record a series of questions and embed them into a website for students to respond to orally. It is a super easy tool to use and I don't think it has to be used solely for the foreign language classroom. I can see success with this in a variety of classes. In a Social Studies class, students can use oral responses for a portion of an assessment. Special education students who rely on dictation as a means of testing can respond orally. A speech teacher can strike an impromptu speech showing students an image or a question. The ideas go on and on.
I am going to use it to get my French One students to talk about the weather. The time setting it up may be a little more lengthy than a normal assignment, but as I do it annually, it can be recycled. Check it out. You may find something to do with the software.