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  • 1. You must create an introductory monologue, it should only be 15 - 45 seconds long.
  • Introduce yourself . Let the audience know who they are listening to. Write your introductory script here. Make sure to write everything you are going to say.
  • Introduce your topic. You could say something like “Today we are going to discuss.. 2. Write your introduction here. These are the actual lines you are going to be recording.
  • 1. The Intro music jingle should only be about 25- 45 seconds longs. Don’t let it become too overpowering.
  • For example you can have broadcast news. Your ideas for different bits of introductory music.
  • Just remember to adjust the volume level, so that it doesn’t overpower the speaker.
  • Think about how you will deliver your content. What type of format? Will you use a Talk Show, Radio Show, How to, PSA, Interview etc. 2. Then write your script for your show. Write lines for each person in your group.
  • 1. Don’t forget to say goodbye, hasta la vista etc.
  • 1. Thank your guest for making an appearance, and invite them to return.
  • What will be your topic for the next podcast? Remember to detail your script accurately.
  • Thank your listening audience, and remind them to stay tuned for the next installment of the shcw, program, etc. 2. Write your script clearly
  • 1. Insert closing music jingle for your podcast.
  • Transcript

    • 1.  
    • 2. Lingo of Podcasting
      • MP3 Player – is a portable device that is usually smaller than a cassette tape. Often associated with downloading music from the internet, stores, organizes, and plays digital music files. An iPod is an example of a MP3 Player.
      • Podcasting is derived from two words: iPod and Broadcast.
      • RSS – Real simple syndication
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    • 5. Podcasting in Plain English by CommonCraft
    • 6. Education Uses
      • Communicating with Podcasts
      • - School information, orientation and news
      • Using Podcasts as supplement for existing curriculum
      • - Student created book reviews
      • -Interviews with characters and authors
      • -Tour of library, school or
      • settings in literature
      • Using Podcasts for Professional Development
      • Creating Podcast Presentations
      • -Audiobooks of works in the public domain (librovox.com)
      • -Oral Histories
      • -Field Trips
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    • 12. First… Create a script
    • 13. Be sure to include an…
    • 14. Intro Monologue (15-45 seconds)
    • 15. Who are you? Your Script:
    • 16.
      • What you’re going to talk about?
      • Your Script:
    • 17. Intro Music Jingle (25-45 seconds)
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      • What feel of music do you want?
      • Your Notes:
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      • The jingle can play in the background of your intro monologue.
      • Your Script:
    • 20. Show Content/Topic (3-4 minutes)
    • 21.
      • What is your topic?
      • Your Script:
    • 22. How will you deliver the content? (Talk Show, How to, PSA, Interview,…) Your Script:
    • 23. Closing Remarks (1-2 minutes)
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      • Thank guests
      • Your Script:
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      • Talk about the next show
      • Your Script:
    • 26. Thank your audience Your Script:
    • 27. Closing Music Jingle
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