I’ve written about SMILE and CLEAR a few times. They’re web tools that are both from Michigan State University, and allow teachers (and students) to easily create clozes, drag-and-drop exercises, and sequencing activities. They also allow you to use audio and video with the activities, and will host them as well.
I’ve listed them previously on The Best Web 2.0 Applications for ESL/EFL Learners — 2007 and The Best Ways To Create Online Tests.
Barry Bakin, an ESL teacher from Los Angeles, has been experimenting with some of the new additions to SMILE & CLEAR’s applications. Last month, he shared an example of their audio tool.
Yesterday, he shared an example of their video tool. I think it’s worth a look.