Creating E-lectrifyingE-lectronic Student Dramas through Integrated Skills<br />Wendy Coyle<br />Amy Delis<br />English La...
Introductions and Purpose<br />Process of the Project<br />Questions<br />Presentation Outline<br />
Integrate Skills<br />Help students to interact<br />Provide an interesting and entertaining project to motivate learning<...
Preparation and Development <br />Using the Software and Hardware<br />Final Product<br />Process of the Project<br />
Writing Class: Narrative Assignment<br />Listening/Speaking Class: Digital Radio Drama Script Assignment<br />Recording th...
Hey Mom!  I Can Cook!<br /> <br />(TS) I never thought I would become a chef, but my college experience changed my mind.  ...
Narrator:  Randall never thought he would become a chef, but his college experience changed his mind.  He took no interest...
Scripting<br />http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=blank+cartoons+for+kids&view=detail&id=B9721026F98D040353D458E438C42058...
Audacity<br />Sound Effects<br />Microphone and Computer<br />Pop screen (embroidery hoop and panty hose)<br />Software an...
Two Dynamic Microphones<br />
1/8” Male Plug, ¼” Female Plug and  Y-splitter<br />
Pop Screen<br />
Sample Radio Drama<br />Final Product<br />
It was fun!  The students had a good time.<br />It’s funny (the story).<br />Learning to write dialogue.<br />Using the so...
Understanding the group’s English.<br />Working on it after class time and as a group.<br />There wasn’t enough time to wo...
Audacity<br />New words, talking and thinking in English<br />Computer Skills<br />To make questions, sentences, and gramm...
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Creating e lectrifying e-lectronic student dramas through integrated skills

  1. 1. Creating E-lectrifyingE-lectronic Student Dramas through Integrated Skills<br />Wendy Coyle<br />Amy Delis<br />English Language Institute<br />University of Utah<br />
  2. 2. Introductions and Purpose<br />Process of the Project<br />Questions<br />Presentation Outline<br />
  3. 3.
  4. 4. Integrate Skills<br />Help students to interact<br />Provide an interesting and entertaining project to motivate learning<br />Use technology as a tool for learning<br />Purpose<br />
  5. 5. Preparation and Development <br />Using the Software and Hardware<br />Final Product<br />Process of the Project<br />
  6. 6. Writing Class: Narrative Assignment<br />Listening/Speaking Class: Digital Radio Drama Script Assignment<br />Recording the Digital Radio Drama<br />Preparation<br />
  7. 7. Hey Mom! I Can Cook!<br /> <br />(TS) I never thought I would become a chef, but my college experience changed my mind. (Beginning) When I became a freshman in college, I moved into an apartment with some friends. I wanted to live in the dormitory where I wouldn’t have to cook my meals, but they accepted the applications on a first-come-first-served basis, and my friends and I handed in our application too late. As a result, we had to live in an apartment where we had to learn to cook in order to survive. Our first week as college students was a difficult one. We ate fast food and junk food for breakfast, lunch and dinner. I got so sick! . . .<br />
  8. 8. Narrator: Randall never thought he would become a chef, but his college experience changed his mind.  He took no interest in cooking growing up and he remembers requests from his mother to have him help in the kitchen. <br /> <br />Mom: Honey, come and help me make lunch now.<br />Chef Randall: Sorry mom, I can’t stop this video game right now because it’s my best score ever.<br /> <br />Mom: Honey, can you come and help me make dinner? <br />Chef Randall: Sorry mom, I have so much homework to do right now. <br /> <br />Narrator: When Randall became a freshman in college, he moved into an apartment with some friends. He wanted to live in the dormitory where he wouldn’t have to cook his meals, but he and his friends handed in their application too late.  As a result, they had to live in an apartment. Their first week as college students was a difficult one. They ate fast food and junk food for breakfast, lunch and dinner.  <br />
  9. 9. Scripting<br />http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=blank+cartoons+for+kids&view=detail&id=B9721026F98D040353D458E438C42058BD9EB5E6&first=61&FORM=IDFRIR<br />Simple fill in the blank activity<br />Cartoons—fill in the bubbles activity<br />
  10. 10. Audacity<br />Sound Effects<br />Microphone and Computer<br />Pop screen (embroidery hoop and panty hose)<br />Software and Hardware<br />
  11. 11. Two Dynamic Microphones<br />
  12. 12. 1/8” Male Plug, ¼” Female Plug and Y-splitter<br />
  13. 13. Pop Screen<br />
  14. 14. Sample Radio Drama<br />Final Product<br />
  15. 15. It was fun! The students had a good time.<br />It’s funny (the story).<br />Learning to write dialogue.<br />Using the sounds.<br />Using audacity. It’s interesting.<br />Working and interacting together in a group. <br />Creating stories as a group.<br />What did the students like most?<br />
  16. 16. Understanding the group’s English.<br />Working on it after class time and as a group.<br />There wasn’t enough time to work on it!<br />What did they like least?<br />
  17. 17. Audacity<br />New words, talking and thinking in English<br />Computer Skills<br />To make questions, sentences, and grammar<br />How to write a radio drama<br />How to write a narrative<br />What a main idea is<br />Pronunciation (through listening to own voice) and to speak clearly and fast<br />Teamwork and cooperation<br />What did they learn?<br />

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