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Podcasting Ideas

  1. 1. PODCASTING Ideas to work with and develop! We all have an audience ready to listen!!! LEARNING AND TEACHING IN THE 21ST CENTURY wikipedia: A podcast usually consists of a combination of audio and/or video that is made available for download....... Ideas: authors.
Lesson
summaries
can
 be
helpful
for
absent
students.
 Virtual
;ield
trips
or
recorded
 actual
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trips
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recording
on
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trips
or
 vacations,
add
it
as
narration
to
 Interviews
 photos
using
Windows
Photo
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and
burn
it
into
a
DVD.
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in
the
Worldquot;
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guides
can
be
created
and
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teachers
can
record
 vocabulary
to
aid
in
 listened
to
the
night
before
an
 pronunciation
and
for
test
 exam
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of
the
traditional
speech
 unit,
students
can
podcast
with
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projects,
third
grade
 Links students
could
produce
a
 http://aussiekids.podbean.com/ music
and
art,
and
still
talk
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report
of
temperatures
 about
the
process
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sunrise
and
sunset
times
 Podcasting of
those
cities
being
monitored. Create
your
own
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Talk
 http://biologyoracle.podomatic.com/ Radio
Showquot;
using
podcasts;
 weekly
reviews
on
books
and
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  2. 2. MORE IDEAS worth trying and investigating.... note‐taking
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the
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a
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to
present
 content
is
 your
lesson
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enable
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 your
students
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students
 use
class
 listen
to
(or
watch)
the
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to
 lesson
at
their
own
pace
‐
 the power is in discuss
and
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 your hands question
the
 and
fast‐forward
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 content
 required presented
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their
 adjust
your
voice
to
suit
 • online understandings
and
 their
needs,
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volume
 experiences
with
friends
 control
for
hearing‐ and
family impaired
students
or
 Support
students
in
creating
 create
lessons
to
explain
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speed
for
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own
podcasts
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allow
 concepts
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information
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and
present
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students
at
another
 schedule
by
multi‐ their
understandings
on
a
 school,
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on
the
 tasking,
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to
 topic
orally other
side
of
the
world! your
podcast
while
on
the
 bus
to
school
or
going
for
 practice
their
speaking
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to
ICTtoolkit
contributors...
 a
walk and
listening
skills wiki‐
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lesson
content
if
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on
the
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are
absent
from
 development
of
their
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links.. class speaking
skills
over
time
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material
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on
accuracy
of
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‐
just‐in‐time
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knowing
 learning,
not
just‐in‐case. they
are
broadcasting
to
a
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worldwide
 use
lesson
time
more
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instead
of
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now
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acquired
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any
manner
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 Handbook
of
Emerging
 individual.
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piece
 take
pieces,
add
pieces,
dialogue,
 Technologies
for
Learning,
George
 together
 reframe,
rethink,
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and
 Siemens
and
Peter
Tittenberger
 (connect)
various
content
and
 ul(mately,
we
end
up
with
some
 (March,
2009) conversa(on
elements
to
create
 type
of
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symbolizes
 an
integrated
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at
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 what’s
happening
“out
there”
 contradictory)
network
of
 and
what
it
means
to
us.
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learning
and
 that
 paBern
changes
daily.
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