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    • 1. Podcasting and RSS<br />
    • 2. What is a Podcast?<br />iPod + Broadcast=Podcast<br />An audio recording that is distributed via the internet.<br />It can be downloaded and listen to via a PC or mobile device<br />It has a syndicated feed that uses RSS to pull the files to the user<br />
    • 3. Types of Podcasts<br />Audio (MP3 format)<br />Enhanced Audio-with images (Mv4 format)<br />Video (mpg4 or mov format)<br />PDF (ebooks)<br />
    • 4. Skills learned from Podcasting<br />Collaboration skills : working in groups on different segments of the podcast, tying in and back to a story that was developed by the entire class.<br />Writing skills: creative & descriptive writing, sequencing, editing and revising scripts<br />Speaking skills: speaking slowly, fluently, clearly and with expression in their voices<br />Presentations skills: being able to express themselves orally<br />Communication skills: being able to convey and teach information to others (not only in their physical location and presence, but also in virtual time and from places around the world.<br />Oral fluency: increase awareness of their voice, speed and its rhythm.<br />Auditory skills: practice listening skills, address auditory learning styles<br />(Digital) storytelling skills: being able to weave information and facts preciously learned into a creative story, form a “relationship” with the content presented, entertain others through creative narrative.<br />Media literacy: different types of podcasts (narrative, informational, storytelling, conversational, collaborative, interview style, etc), understanding different components of a podcast episode, being able to express themselves in different media.<br />Information literacy: integrating, expressing and transmitting information in a variety of media.<br />Technology skills: exposure to sound editing software, such as Garageband<br />
    • 5. 7 top job skills of 2011<br />Critical Thinking and Problem-solving<br />Collaboration Across Networks and Leading By Influence<br />Agility and Adaptability <br />Initiative and Entrepreneurialism<br />Effective Oral and Written Communication<br />Accessing and Analyzing Information<br />Curiosity and Imagination<br />
    • 6. Ideas for Podcasts<br />Personal Narratives, Original Work..Poetry<br />Mock Conventions or Science Fairs<br />Oral histories<br />Vocab and/or concept practice<br />Brainstorming Sessions<br />Overview of unit<br />Oral Reports or Speeches<br />Radio Theater or broadcasts<br />Radio commercials<br />Interviews<br />Newscast-Information for parents<br />
    • 7. Our First Podcast<br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rzw63KRMAMY&feature=related<br />
    • 8. Sample Classroom Podcasts<br />Educators Podcasting Network<br />http://epnweb.org<br />Wes Fryer’s Podcasting Site<br />http://teachdigital.pbwiki.com/podcasting<br />Poems in Your Pocket (made with cell phones)<br />http://emsdigitalpoetry.wikispaces.com/Poem+in+Your+Pocket+Day<br />Podcastingwith 2nd Graders<br />http://langwitches.org/blog/2009/10/19/we-podcasted-today-so-did-you-learn-anything/<br />Series of Podcasts by 1st Graders at Lincoln Elementary<br />http://www.wiu.edu/thecenter/acttt/products/podcasts/firstlincoln.php<br />
    • 9. 1st Grade Podcast: Weekly Update<br />http://www.wtisburyschool.org/podcasts/wtpod/FirstGradePodcasts.html<br />
    • 10. 1st Graders: Animal Podcasts<br />Students did research and wrote a report on an animal they chose. They picked pictures to go with their report and recorded their podcasts.<br />http://www.lbschools.net/carver/Ahrens/1st_Grade_Animal_Podcasts/1st_Grade_Animal_Podcasts.html<br />
    • 11. 2nd grade lesson plan on using parent cell phones for podcasting at zoo field trip<br />http://www.docstoc.com/docs/2542801/How-to-Create-Audio-Files-using-Gabcast<br />
    • 12. 1st Grade Podcast: Character Study<br />I had started reading a chapter book called Vacation under the Volcano by Mary Pope Osborne from the Magic Tree House series with them.<br />The idea was to pretend that we were interviewing Jack and Annie, the two main characters, about their latest adventure that had taken them to Pompeii.<br />http://langwitches.org/blog/2009/12/11/podcasting-with-first-grade/<br />
    • 13. Podcasting Process<br />Decide on the “type” of podcast<br />Radio broadcast, Radio Theater, Interview…etc<br />Write a pitch<br />Paragraph on “this is a podcast about…”<br />Get it approved by teacher, then…<br />Write a script<br />Get the Media <br />Images, sounds, music…etc<br />Practice, Practice, Practice<br />Record the Podcast<br />Post to the web<br />
    • 14. How can I listen to a podcast?<br />RSS<br />Rich Site Summary OR Real Simple Syndication.<br />
    • 15. Podcasting Rubric<br />http://www.uwstout.edu/soe/profdev/podcastrubric.html<br />
    • 16. Professional Education Podcast: For Professional Development<br />http://www.edtechtalk.com/<br />
    • 17. Let’s Podcast<br />http://drop.io<br />
    • 18. Screencasting<br />
    • 19. What is a screencast?<br />Video tutorial of a computer-based activity<br />
    • 20. Resources for Screencasting<br />http://screencastomatic.com<br />http://jingproject.com<br />
    • 21. Screencasting Assignment<br />Create a screencast tutorial of how-to use the web2.0 resource you selected for your web2.0 Smackdown.<br />It should include:<br />How to get started<br />The different features of the resource<br />How to create and finish the product<br />Embed to our class wiki and your blog before July 24th<br />

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