Presentation: A Beginner's Guide to Making Radio and Podcasts in the EFL Classroom


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The Powerpoint to accompany a presentation made at the British Council, Bilbao at their 2010 Teachers' Conference
A Beginner s Guide to Making Radio and Podcasts in the EFL Classroom Jennifer MacDonaldWorkshop Outline Theoretical Stuff (approximately 45 min.) An introduction to writing, recording, editing and publishing podcasts Hands On (approximately 45 min.) We ll write, record and edit a short podcast togetherWhat is a podcast? Radio In real time, broadcast over the airwaves Ephemeral: If you don t hear something in the moment it s broadcast, it s gone Podcast= iPod+Broadcast A radio-style program recorded in a digital format (.mp3) It can be listened to anywhere, at any time: on your computer, on your iPod or MP3 player, on your mobile phone, etc.Examples of Student Podcasts 1) Red and Rock Radio: Station ID - “The Best Station for Sports” 2) Red and Rock Radio: Storytelling: Goldilocks and the 3 Bears 3) Bachiller Radio: Breaking News: Car Chase!
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