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Ways into organising your class for podcasting.

Ways into organising your class for podcasting.

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  • 1. Podcasting as a whole class activity John Sutton ICT Consultant working at Chorlton Park Primary School
  • 2. 1. Focus on skills
    • Software skills
      • How to record, edit, etc... (Hint, pre-record a short piece with obvious coughs, pauses etc)
    • Questioning skills
      • Open and closed questions (Each group record one or two examples and post on blog for peer feedback)
    • Script writing skills
      • Displaying awareness of audience (Record examples for feedback – do they work? Is there a difference between writing, and writing to be read aloud)
    • Presenting skills
      • It’s not about the silly voice! (How do you make it sound like you are not reading a script?)
      • Work on the above, recording in small groups, then loads of peer review
  • 3. 2. Integrated Task
    • In small groups, produce a radio show with 3 or 4 elements
      • Introduction
      • Interview
      • News item
      • Entertainment piece (poem, joke etc)
    • Record, edit, publish and peer review
  • 4. 3. Class Podcast
    • Use each radio group to produce a discrete element of a class podcast
      • Work independently
      • Use the “Chapters” feature in Podium
      • Set up a “recording station” for the group to work at
      • Assign a TA?
      • Be realistic – don’t plan a weekly podcast!
  • 5. Resources
    • http://radio.chorltonparkblogs.net Blog used to showcase the project as it develops
    • http://creativeict.wiki.zoho.com/Year-5-Chorlton-Park-podcast-project.html Wiki used to manage the Y5 podcasting project at Chorlton Park
    • http://creativeict.typepad.com Presenter’s blog
    • http://creativeblogs.net Presenter’s blog service for schools – great for publishing podcasts
    • http://www.magnatune.com Source of music with permission for schools to use in podcasting projects
    • http://www.podiumpodcasting.com/ Softease’s Podium site – useful blog and loads of info
    • http://www.soundsnap.com/ Copyright free sound effects
    • http://www.nch.com.au/switch/ Most digital voice recorders us a WMA file format which needs converting to mp3 to be uploaded into Podium. This file converter is free
    • http://www.solidcasts.com/ Cheap/free alternative to Podium’s hosting if you can’t use ftp in your school
    • http://recap.ltd.uk/podcasting/index.php
    • Great collection of podcasts and resources
  • 6. About John Sutton
    • I am an independent ICT consultant with a background of ten years primary school teaching and a passion for ICT
    • I am available for INSET on podcasting, blogging, use of IWB, video etc
    • Email: [email_address]
    • Blog: http://creativeict.typepad.com
    • Skype: creativeict
    • Twitter: hgjohn