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English News Weekly. Jump to navigation 362 - A Creepy Christmas Carol... December 21, 2018 This week's ENW podcast is the last podcast of 2018! In previous Christmas podcasts we have looked at Christmas music, movies, foods, events, sports and many other connections to the Yuletide season. This year we thought we concentrate on one of the most famous Christmas Carols in the world. So, Happy Christmas, Happy Holidays or just be Happy! PDF of 362 Right-click the link below to download the PDF that is available free with this week's English News Weekly podcast. 361 - 24 hrs, 160km, 7,000m & 3,000 Obstacles! December 14, 2018 This week's ENW podcast reports on an epic race held in Iceland than pushes athletes to the very limit of physical endurance. PDF of 361 360 - Should Museum Artefacts be Returned?

December 08, 2018 This week’s ENW podcast reports on a controversial subject – should artefacts in famous museums be returned to the places they were originally taken from? Image credit: James Miles via Wikipedia. Jaime selwood | ジェイミ セルウッド - Conferences. Christopher J. Nesi | House of #EdTech - Helping You Integrate Technology. Project Audio: Teaching Students How to Produce Their Own Podcasts.

Invisibilia: Episode 1: Dark Thoughts (Segment: 0:00 - 2:40) The Daily: Fired Over an Instagram Post (Segment: 0:00 - 3:45) StoryCorps: Gregory Bess and April Gibson (Segment: 0:00 - 2:36) For “The Daily” episode, students might notice that the interview questions are sometimes edited out — so the listener just hears the interviewee’s responses. Students might even guess what the missing questions were. Then regroup as a class. What interviewing techniques did you hear? Mini-Lesson: Using a Smartphone to Record Until now, we‘ve focused on the nontechnical aspects of podcasting, but to move forward we’ll need to make sure the class knows how to use recording devices. . • First, smartphones will need to have a sound recording app. Activity: Recording an Interview Students are now ready to make their first recording.

After they finish recording their interviews, they should make sure their sound files are good quality and saved. Voice-candy.en.softonic. FluidDATA Public Audio Database and Search API. SpeakPipe - receive voice messages from your audience directly on your website. Free Online YouTube Downloader: Download YouTube Videos, Facebook and many others!

10 Podcasting Projects Teachers Should Try in the Classroom. If orange is the new black, podcasting is the new oral report. And now that teachers have easy access to tools like Garage Band and iPods that make recording a breeze, podcasting is quickly becoming the latest creative mode of learning and presenting in schools. Here are 10 ideas to try in your classroom today. Current Events Newscasts: Practice nonfiction reading skills by having your students do weekly or monthly podcasts on an interesting current event. Reading Radio: Have your students make short radio broadcasts summarizing the books they are reading. Question for you: Do you use podcasts in the classroom? Podcasting-in-education - home. Podcast - VOA - Voice of America English News. Stuff You Should Know Podcast. Product Details Description Whether discussing redheads or exorcism, you can count on Josh and Chuck to deliver a fascinating dose of Stuff You Should Know in this podcast from

People Who Liked Stuff You Should Know Podcast Also Liked These Podcasts: Reviews & Ratings User Reviews Rate this title Podcast Episodes If this Podcast isn't working, please let us know by emailing us and we will try to fix it ASAP: Podcast Website: How X-Rays Work (Stuff You Should Know) Author: Thu, Dec 04, 2014 Like many huge discoveries, X-rays were accidentally stumbled upon. Download File - 14.3 MB (Click to Play on Mobile Device) Listen To This Podcast (Streaming Audio) How Leper Colonies Worked (Stuff You Should Know) Author: Tue, Dec 02, 2014 Leprosy, also known as Hansen’s disease, used to mean a one-way ticket to banishment. Listen To This Podcast (Streaming Audio)

Podcatcher. Podcasts. Juice, the cross-platform podcast receiver. 17 Places to Find PodSafe MusicBlogTalkRadio blog. By Deb Ng One question we’re asked a lot here at BlogTalkRadio is where to find royalty-free or podsafe music to download (and upload) for BlogTalkRadio shows. Many of our hosts enjoy playing music for their listeners, but don’t want to violate any laws. Fortunately, there are plenty of places to find royalty free and podsafe music. What follows are some places to find PodSafe music for your BlogTalkRadio shows. Before downloading any music, please be sure to read the website’s terms of use thoroughly, and to obtain any and all necessary permissions. Also, many of these places charge per download. Behold: MySpace: Nikki Starr recommends using MySpace to find Indy bands who would be happy for the airplay.

26 Interesting Ways to use Voicethread in the Classroom. Podcasts and Downloads - Radio 4. OneCast - podcast simply. Podcasts and Downloads - News. Podcasts (Interesting Things for ESL Students) Learning English - How to... Home - podcasts - listening - LearnEnglish - British Council. English as a Second Language Podcast. Macmillan Business English Online - Download Podcasts for the Business.

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Podcasting with KPE in 2007. Untitled. 31 Interesting Ways to Use Audio in your Classroom (2) 26 Interesting Ways to use Voicethread in the Classroom. Interactive presentations. I’ve just been looking at a really interesting on line tool called Voicethread. What's Voicethread? Voice thread enables users to create online presentations using their own images. It also allows the creator to add audio or written text to the images and give access to other people to leave audio or text comments on the presentation. This is a really nice way of creating presentations that can interact and create dialogue with an online audience.

Here’s a couple that I’ve created. I created these two presentations of examples of what I wanted them to do. Example 1 This one is a tour of Edunation II in Second Life. How can I use it with my students? Ask then to upload some images of things with personal significance and create a kind of online show and tell.Get students to create and tell a story using pictures. I hope you find this useful and do let me know how you use it.BestNik. Free RSS Feed Readers Freeware downloads and reviews from SnapFiles. Ziepod, Your Podcast Receiver and Player - 2. iPodder, the cross-platform podcast receiver.

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