Updated Powerpoint for Podcasting 2009.
- 1. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the National Writing Project, Philadelphia, 2009 Robert Rivera-Amezola, Philadelphia Writing Project Cyndi Dwyer, Nebraska Writing Project Susan Martens-Baker, Nebraska Writing Project
- Top Ten Reasons to Use Podcasting for Literacy, with examples from our classrooms
- Processing time : What questions does this raise for you?
- Writing and recording: describe your Writing Project site
- Imagining uses for podcasting inyour classroom: brainstorm and write on chart paper
- Sharing ofclassroom ideas and podcast
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- Multi-modal writing and discoveringthat sexy radio voice in the Tribal Paradise Project
- 4. Podcasting taps into many students natural affinity for communication and expression as evidenced by the use of cell phones, MP3 players, ipods, etc.
11. 12. 13. 14. Examples from Roberts classroom
15. Examples from Roberts classroom
- Nutrition a collaborative podcast
16. Examples from Roberts classroom
- What We Know About H2O --collaborative project
17. Radio WillowWeb 18. Radio WillowWeb 19. More Resources 20. More Resources 21. More Resources 22. 23. 24. They need these things because they will join us as part of an increasingly challenging and difficult worldone plagued by destructive wars and great ill will , marked by poverty and disease, scarred by racism and ecological degradation. In this world, we face some wickedly complex communicative tasks. To make our collective way with any hope for success, to create a different set of global and local relations than currently exists, we will needall available means[emphasis hers] of persuasion, all available dimensions, all available approaches, not simply those limited to the two dimensional space of a printed page (Selfe 645). 25. What questions do these ideas and examples raise for you?
- Improving oral communication
- Understanding different composing modalities
- Building on aural affinity
- Reaching different learning styles
- Enhancing audience and performance opportunities
- Filling the rhetorical quiver
26. Audacity for PCs 27. 28. George Ella Lyons Where Im From
- from Clorox and carbon tetrachloride.
- I am from the dirt under the back porch.
- (Black, glistening, it tasted like beets.)
- I am from the forsythia bush the Dutch elm
- whose long-gone limbs I remember
- I'm from fudge and eyeglasses, from Imogene and Alafair.
- I'm from the know-it-allsand the pass-it-ons,
- from Perk up! and Pipe down!
- I'm from He restoreth my soul with a cottonball lamband ten verses I can say myself.
- I'm from Artemus and Billie's Branch,
- fried corn and strong coffee.
- From the finger my grandfather lost to the auger,
- the eye my father shut to keep his sight.
- Under my bed was a dress box
- to drift beneath my dreams.
- I am from those moments--
- snapped before I budded --
- leaf-fall from the family tree.
- Write a one-sentence description of your Writing Project site, starting with the phrase, I am from.We will record these into sample podcasts, combine them with music and sound effects, and play them at the end of the session.
- Ex. I am from the Nebraska Writing Project, whereourCornhusker goodness reaches across the whole state and our podcasts, Nings and forums connect teachers and students from the Panhandle all the way to the Missouri River.
- Whilepeople are recording their I am from statements, please use the time at your tables to brainstorm possible podcasting projects and applications for your classroom.Record these on chart paper so that your group can share them with the other groups.
32. Works Cited Beach, Richard et. al.Teaching Writing Using Blogs, Wikis, and otherDigital Tools . Norwood, MA: Christopher-Gordon Publishers, 2009. McQuillan, Jeff. "Language on the Go: Tuning in to Podcasting."The International Journal of Language Teaching . Vol. 2, Issue 1 (2006). 16-18. Selfe, Cynthia L. The Movement of Air, the Breath of Meaning: Aurality an Multimodal Composing. College Composition and Communication . 60.4. (2009). 616-663. Schmidt, Dan. Kidcast: Podcasting in the Classroom. Intelligenic.com: FTC Publishing, 2007. Takayoshi, Pamela, and Cynthia L. Selfe. Thinking about Multimodality. Multimodal Composition: Resources for Teachers . Ed. Cynthia L. Selfe. Creskill, NJ. Hampton P, 2007. 1-12. 33. Robert Rivera-Amezola, Philadelphia Writing Project [email_address] Cyndi Dwyer, Nebraska Writing Project [email_address] Susan Martens-Baker, Nebraska Writing Project [email_address]