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    1. 1. PODCASTING S es si on 1 - Th e Ba sics
    2. 2. Session Format Definition of Podcasts Examples from the students The technical bits of creating podcasts
    3. 3. What is a podcast? A podcast is a form of broadcasting over the Internet. Usually broadcast as a series. Term grew out of iPod broadCAST - podcast. A vodcast includes video - podcasts can also.
    4. 4. Using Garageband to record a Podcast Garageband is a simple way to record and edit a podcast. Open Garageband, choose New Project, choose Podcast from the display. Check your headphone settings under Preferences - input / output should have Logitech highlighted / ticked.
    5. 5. Go back into Garageband Click on the + on the bottom left of the screen and choose Real Instrument from the pop-up menu, then click on Vocals. (The + will give you another voice under Tracks - it will show No Effects until you choose one).
    6. 6. You can choose a different voice for a character if you are creating a story / drama podcast. Do this by going to the right-hand side and clicking on Vocals. They will appear beside this bar.
    7. 7. Click on the one you like - that suits your purpose. When it appears in the track, click to highlight - that’s the voice that will be recorded. To record, click the red button. To stop, either click the red button again or hit the space bar.
    8. 8. So What Does It Mean For Teaching and Learning? How could this tool be used in the classroom? (We will also look at this in more depth next week)
    9. 9. Coming Up in Session 2... The structure of Digital Storytelling / rubrics / storyboards How to add images / music to your podcast to create a Digital Story How to upload it to share with others in easy steps Ideas for ways we can share the learning across the school
    10. 10. SESSION 2 Digital Storytelling using podcasts
    11. 11. Session Format Recap on last week Definition of Digital Storytelling Putting it together - the process
    12. 12. What is Digital Storytelling? Digital storytelling is the process of using digital tools to tell stories.
    13. 13. Stages of Storytelling - Bloom’s Taxonomy REMEMBERING Choosing a topic - prior experiences Brainstorming - mind mapping ideas
    14. 14. APPLYING Putting the mind map into a story format - story mapping
    15. 15. ANALYSING / SYNTHESISING Putting the story together from a story map to a storyboard including shots / images / dialogue
    16. 16. CREATING / EVALUATING Putting the final product together in Garageband Justifying / checking - making changes and adaptations
    17. 17. Using Podcasts for Digital Storytelling Open Garageband Podcast and name your new project. Go into ‘media’ and find your artwork if you are using it, e.g. photos, etc. Add this to your project in the ‘Drag artwork here’ window.
    18. 18. Refer to your plan and decide on the voices you want to use. Add these as tracks with the +. (Refer to last week’s session if you need a reminder). Begin your podcast - save after each addition. A good idea is to review the additions after each one is added. Make any changes and save.
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