This is an excerpt from a song by Québécois artist Coeur de Pirate. The students could listen to the song first and then listen to the spoken version I've recorded in order to scaffold their listening.
I like this tool very much! During my practicum, I found that a lot of the recordings used in the listening exercises were too difficult for my students to follow. The language was too high-level and it was annoying for the students to have every other word rewinded. I modified it by reading the scripts myself and modifying on the spot. This was not very efficient, since with a recording a teaching could do administrative tasks while the class did the exercise. Tools like Audioboo could enable me to record a modified version of the script where I could insert fun sound effects and music. The students would be more engaged and I could finish other tasks at the same time. Also, students could record their own dialogue and self-evaluate their own French. It might take some getting used to, but it would be a powerful tool. Parents could also hear recorded versions of their children's oral French improving as the school year progresses.