The noise-o-meter


A noise-a-meter - can be downloaded from TES Resources

How it works:

Initially used as a way to train my students about acceptable noise levels.
Why not try it yourself? 
Students can also set the level based on the instructions given?

You can use the Noise-o-Meter as a way of making an activity seem a little different too. For example if working with a group but on 'No Voices' on the Noise-o-Meter to encourage students to communicate differently!


I will be adding- Library voices (whispering to a partner) and University voices (for addressing the class confidently).  

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