There is a lot that goes into making a high-quality podcast episode, and your students will be asked to demonstrate not only speaking and listening skills, but also writing and language skills. If you’re ready for “real-world,” authentic assessment, with a ton of options at your fingertips, these resources are perfect for you!
As a teacher, when I first started podcasting with my students, I felt overwhelmed. There are so many possibilities, so many platforms, and how would I help students navigate technology I didn’t even understand. Let me tell you, it was worth it. To help teachers navigate the overwhelm and reap the benefits, I’m sharing ALL of my best podcasting resources, handouts, organizers, and ideas!
- 5-Week Podcasting Unit with different pathways depending on your chosen focus (inquiry, definition, or storytelling)
- Podcast internet activity to introduce students to podcasting
- Humans of New York speaking & listening activities
- Game board revision activity
- Concrete details sorting activity
- Digital research note cards
- Personal narrative task cards & writing handouts
- Inquiry-based learning QFT resources
- Inquiry-based outlining worksheets
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Read the “Ultimate Guide to Classroom Podcasting” on the blog.
Benefits of digital resources include:
★ High engagement = happy students and happy teacher
★ Student-friendly 1:1 environment
★ Development of college and career readiness skills
★ Fluid integration of ELA skills
★ Productive use of class time that is maximized for student learning
This resource is helpful for:
★ Teachers who teach in a digital learning environment.
★ Teachers who are looking to save time with ready-made resources.
★ Teachers who love to innovate and try new things!
★ Teachers who believe in authentic and engaging assessments.
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