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TESOL INTERNATIONAL  EV FAIR CLASSICS Philadelphia, PA, USA  March 28-31, 2012 Podcasting for the ESL/EFL        Classroom...
Objective:  This workshop was aimed at providing   basic proficiency related to the   planning, production and publishing ...
AudienceESL/EFL teachers interested in the use of podcasts toenhance their classes.Requirements: Having an e-mail account,...
Moderators• Teadira Pérez - Universidad de los Andes   (ULA Mérida, Venezuela)• Miguel Mendoza - Universidad Central de Ve...
SponsorsTESOL CALL-IS   Avealmec (Venezuela CALL Association)
Communication mediaSynchronous:• WiZiQ  •   Weekly  •   At the end of the week  •   On Saturday mornings  •   Five session...
Communication mediaAsynchronous:• Blogs (Blogger)     •Main blog     •Weekly activity blog     •Reading blog• Yahoo Group•...
Content             Week 1: Getting started          Week 2: What is podcasting?      Week 3: Planning podcasting projects...
Week 1:January 9th - 15th
Week 2:January 16th -22nd                     Defining Podcasting and Podcasts    Creating the first podcast              ...
Creating blogs
Week 3:January 23rd-29thExploring MP3 Skype Recorder: InterviewPlanning the podcasting project
Week 4:January 30th - February 5thPodcasting in the language classroom      Becoming familiar with more Podcast web-based...
Web-based audio recorders
Podcast project description
Adding information to the blog: About me, my podcasts, and my project
Week 5:     Promoting your blog for the podcasting fair
Podcasting Fair
Participants’ e-portfolios
Participants’ feedback
Moderators’ feedback            Evelyn’sMiguel’s               Teadira’s
Media and tools used•   Software:               •   Web tools/resources/platforms:     – Audacity                  – Glogs...
Some podcasts and project       samples                    Maja’sAndy’s                      Janet’s         Natasa’s
Thank you!             Evelyn Izquierdo          evelyn.izquierdo@gmail.com     http://evelynizquierdo.wordpress.com      ...
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  1. 1. TESOL INTERNATIONAL EV FAIR CLASSICS Philadelphia, PA, USA March 28-31, 2012 Podcasting for the ESL/EFL Classroom An EVO 2012 session Evelyn Izquierdo Universidad Central de Venezuela Avealmec (Venezuela Call Association)
  2. 2. Objective: This workshop was aimed at providing basic proficiency related to the planning, production and publishing of digital media files (podcasts), as well as its implementation in the language classroom to enhance communication in speaking and listening skills.
  3. 3. AudienceESL/EFL teachers interested in the use of podcasts toenhance their classes.Requirements: Having an e-mail account, basicexperience in the use of web 2.0 tools (blogs, wikis, etc),Internet access, headset (or earphones and microphone).Participants registered: 155
  4. 4. Moderators• Teadira Pérez - Universidad de los Andes (ULA Mérida, Venezuela)• Miguel Mendoza - Universidad Central de Venezuela (UCV)• Evelyn Izquierdo – Universidad Central de Venezuela (UCV)•Mentor: Dafne González – Universidad Simón Bolívar (USB-Venezuela) Avealmec (Venezuela CALL Association) co-founders
  5. 5. SponsorsTESOL CALL-IS Avealmec (Venezuela CALL Association)
  6. 6. Communication mediaSynchronous:• WiZiQ • Weekly • At the end of the week • On Saturday mornings • Five sessions in total• Skype
  7. 7. Communication mediaAsynchronous:• Blogs (Blogger) •Main blog •Weekly activity blog •Reading blog• Yahoo Group• Forums (blogs)• Tutorials•Sync/Async:•Twitter (social network) •Official hashtag: #podcastingevo2012
  8. 8. Content Week 1: Getting started Week 2: What is podcasting? Week 3: Planning podcasting projects Week 4: Project development Week 5: Evaluation and wrap-up (Podcasting Fair)
  9. 9. Week 1:January 9th - 15th
  10. 10. Week 2:January 16th -22nd Defining Podcasting and Podcasts Creating the first podcast Using Web-based recorders
  11. 11. Creating blogs
  12. 12. Week 3:January 23rd-29thExploring MP3 Skype Recorder: InterviewPlanning the podcasting project
  13. 13. Week 4:January 30th - February 5thPodcasting in the language classroom  Becoming familiar with more Podcast web-based services My mystery person Tongue-twister Getting to know your moderators
  14. 14. Web-based audio recorders
  15. 15. Podcast project description
  16. 16. Adding information to the blog: About me, my podcasts, and my project
  17. 17. Week 5: Promoting your blog for the podcasting fair
  18. 18. Podcasting Fair
  19. 19. Participants’ e-portfolios
  20. 20. Participants’ feedback
  21. 21. Moderators’ feedback Evelyn’sMiguel’s Teadira’s
  22. 22. Media and tools used• Software: • Web tools/resources/platforms: – Audacity – Glogster – MP3 Skype recorder – Guest map (Google) – Google docs – Skype – iTunes – Camtasia – Slideshare – SurveyMonkey• Videocasting – Voxopop – BlipTV – Voicethread – Screencast-o-matic – Wallwisher – YouTube – Websites with podcasts – Skype – WiZiQWeb-based recorders: – Mp3 file hosts: – Audioboo • Podbean – Vocaroo • Podomatic – Chirbit
  23. 23. Some podcasts and project samples Maja’sAndy’s Janet’s Natasa’s
  24. 24. Thank you! Evelyn Izquierdo evelyn.izquierdo@gmail.com http://evelynizquierdo.wordpress.com Twitter: @evewebPodcasting for the ESL/EFL Classroom 2012 Blog Tutorials TESOL INTERNATIONAL EV FAIR CLASSICS Philadelphia, PA, USA March 28-31, 2012

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