Quia is a website that allows you to create several different types of educational games and activities. There is a free version, where you can access activities that have been created by others, but to get full functionality it requires a subscription ($49 per year). One way to use this site is to create listening activities that students can listen to outside of class. Record yourself (or a native speaker) telling a story using a program like Audacity or Garageband. The story can be a version of a story done in class, a new story using the same structures you’ve been working on, or a story that a student has written. Once the story has been recorded, you can upload the listening file to Quia and insert the file into a quiz. You can also add a visual to go along with it so students can hear the story and see the corresponding picture. You can also write comprehension questions to go along with the story which students answer online. The wonderful thing about Quia is that you can build a collection of CI-based stories that students can access outside of class time.
Source: Jane Vanderbeek, moreTPRS