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An introduction to podcasts for World Language Teachers.

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Podcasts

  1. 1. Using Podcasts In World Language
  2. 2. What is a Podcast?  Audio or video in nature  A collection ofdigital media files which is distributed over the Internet…  Use syndication feeds… RSS technology  Can be made for computer playback or for playback on portable media players (MP3)
  3. 3. More Vocabulary  RSS: Real Simple Syndication  How your computer knows it can subscribe  Aggregator: News or Subscription Reader  The program used to collect & listen or watch podcasts  Subscribe: Confirming Your Choice  Click this to receive the RSS feed  Feed: a source of RSS updates for a given website.
  4. 4. What is Your Goal?  Using Podcasts vs Making Podcasts  Find Podcasts to listen to or view?  Download podcasts to an ipod?  Create your own podcasts?
  5. 5. More Questions?  Do you have the equipment you need?  Do you have the software you need?  Do you want to use podcasts with the students, for professional growth, or both?  How much time do you want to devote?
  6. 6. Finding Podcasts  iTunes: #1  EPN: Education in Mind
  7. 7. iTunes
  8. 8. EPN
  9. 9. Podcasts of Note Learn German
  10. 10. Other Tools To Consider  VoiceThread  Gcast  Audiria  SchoolTube or TeacherTube – with a Flip!  Voki  Audacity
  11. 11. BPS Classroom Resources

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