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spice it up: finding and using podcasts
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spice it up: finding and using podcasts
spice it up: finding and using podcasts
spice it up: finding and using podcasts
spice it up: finding and using podcasts
spice it up: finding and using podcasts
spice it up: finding and using podcasts
spice it up: finding and using podcasts
spice it up: finding and using podcasts
spice it up: finding and using podcasts
spice it up: finding and using podcasts
spice it up: finding and using podcasts
spice it up: finding and using podcasts
spice it up: finding and using podcasts
spice it up: finding and using podcasts
spice it up: finding and using podcasts
spice it up: finding and using podcasts
spice it up: finding and using podcasts
spice it up: finding and using podcasts
spice it up: finding and using podcasts
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  • 1. Spice it up! Finding and using podcasts in your classroom<br />Michelle Foshee<br />Seattle Central Institute of English<br />Seattle, WA<br />
  • 2. Handout<br />
  • 3. Spice it Up! Finding and using short podcasts in your classroomTeaching Demonstration27 March 2010 * 10:00 am * Room 161Michelle Foshee * Seattle, Central Community College * foshee07@gmail.com<br />Length key: one minute or less = VS * one to three minutes = S * three minutes to five minutes = M * five minutes or longer = L<br /> Language level key: E= Elementary; I = Intermediate; A = Advanced<br /> Language: AE = American English; BE = British English; CE = Canadian English<br /> Supplementary Materials: $ = money required; T = teasers/limited materials available for free<br />
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  • 5. Presentation<br />
  • 6. What are podcasts?<br /> Podcasts are programs (audio or visual) distributed by subscription over the internet. New content is automatically delivered to your computer or media player for playback at any time. Podcasts are FREE, and you can stop your subscription at any time.<br />
  • 7. Subscriptions<br />Subscribe from a <br />central location<br />Subscribe from a website<br />
  • 8. iTunes<br />home library<br />media player<br />manages iPod<br />store<br />
  • 9. for PCs and Macs<br />iPod not required<br />free podcasts<br />free download<br />
  • 10. Computer / iTunes<br />
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  • 15. There’s so much out there!<br />
  • 16. Useful Podcasts<br />Aesop’s Fables <br />6 minute English <br />Breaking news English <br />ESL podcasts <br />Go fluent’s English in the real world <br />Business English study <br />
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  • 18. 6 Minute English<br />
  • 19. 6 Minute English<br />
  • 20. BreakingNewsEnglish<br />
  • 21. BreakingNewsEnglish<br />
  • 22. ESL POD<br />
  • 23. ESL POD<br />
  • 24. goFluent<br />
  • 25. Business English Study<br />
  • 26. Thank you for your attention.foshee07@gmail.com<br />

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