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Comprehensible Input

Comprehensible Input
Mostly looking for podcast related to language learning and EFL/ESL teaching.

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Created by: Scottlo Radio
Created on: 26 May 2005
Language: English

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Add this to another station NY Comic Con Recap Part 2 (31.71MB; download) -- Hey sorry about the wait but we are back. This is the second part of our recap, this time with J Optiks and JazWonder from "The Rhythm and The Rebel". We talk about NY Comic Con, GTA V, and anime. Also did I cosplay?
Selected by: Unregistered Visitor, Mon, 11 Nov 2013 20:43:06 UTC
Add this to another station "We’re cuckoos in a wealthy middle class elite" (6.67MB; download) -- This is the first podcast for the Grassroots Channel - a series of programmes sponsored by the Birmingham Community Empowerment Network. We’re starting with stories of active citizens in Britain’s second largest city: Birmingham. Barbara Willis Brown tells us how she worked to rebuild communities by confronting prejudice. A tennis project in the city brought young black children into the leafy middle class environment of the tennis club, overcoming misconceptions from both sides. Her philosophy on revitalising communities is: "If it hasn’t got a challenge in it let everyone else do it." Background music is copyright of a small local band called score. The Grassroots Channel is produced by Nick Booth of Podnosh. First available in October 2005
Selected by: Unregistered Visitor, Sun, 13 Nov 2005 01:12:32 UTC
Add this to another station Podcast Theory Gap (0.03MB; download) -- Online learners seem to prefer using audio and web-based information in ways that counter what researchers recommend. Analysis, with many references.
Selected by: susan nash [ stations ], Sat, 05 Nov 2005 23:54:31 UTC
Add this to another station Podcasts and e-Learning: Part I (2.25MB; download) -- The following podcast series is designed to introduce you to fundamental postcasting development steps and ideas for featuring podcasts in your training initiatives.
Selected by: Scottlo Radio [ stations ], Thu, 20 Oct 2005 19:21:26 UTC
Add this to another station Podcast on How to Podcast (10.66MB; download) -- Podcast on How to Podcast: By Elliott Maseie We have received hundreds of requests of details on how we are doing these simple and low-cost podcast/audio/text segments. So, why not do a podcast on podcasting. In this 10 minute segment, Elliott Masie details: * Podcasting 101 * What Equipment and Software * How to Record Telephone Interviews * Posting Podcasts without IT help or Servers * Transcriptions Done Easily * The Future of Podcasts and Learning
Selected by: Scottlo Radio [ stations ], Thu, 20 Oct 2005 19:20:35 UTC
Add this to another station First Podcast from Space (3.40MB; download) -- Steve Robinson, on his last day in space, gives a glimpse of his experience on a historic spacewalk and other mission events.
Selected by: Scottlo Radio [ stations ], Mon, 08 Aug 2005 00:00:19 UTC
Add this to another station Bit by Bit Podcast: 08 (5.56MB; download) -- A fascinating "reflective" podcast from Bob Sprankle. In it he continues to describe the origins and the process of the Room 208 podcast. In this, the second of a three part reflection, Bob is laying the groundwork for a presentation/workshop he will be giving in the near future.
Selected by: Scottlo Radio [ stations ], Sun, 07 Aug 2005 18:05:27 UTC
Add this to another station E-Learning 2.0 - Alberta Cut (14.28MB; download) -- The latest - and last, for the next six months or so - version of this presentation surveying what I have been recently calling e-learning 2.0, delivered at ADETA's 2005 conference in Edmonton. Like my presentation a few days ago, i survey trends, explain what I mean by e-learning 2.0, and project into the future.
Selected by: Unregistered Visitor, Sun, 07 Aug 2005 18:00:57 UTC
Add this to another station The Bobby Bucket Show! Show #01 (14.69MB; download) -- BOBBYBUCKET01.mp3 [14.7MB 21:14 96kpbs] A Podcast for kids, Parents, and Readers of All ages! Celebrating READING with Books, Music, Author Interviews, and more! Show 01. This is Show #1? the one where it all starts. We?re going to talk about the amazing book, Hello Ocean by Pam Munoz Ryan and learn about how good readers make connections! You?re going to be introduced to my good friend, Prof. Zeigfried, who?s going to tell you about chameleons. And I?m going to talk about the importance of sunscreen! We?re going to wrap it all up with South Berwick, ME children?s musician, Mary Kaye with a great song called, ?Deep in the Water?. So sit back, put on the sunscreen, dig your feet into the sand and come on down to the ocean! Visit the Bobby Bucket Web Site! Click HERE for the SHOW NOTES! Subscribe to our FEED!
Selected by: Unregistered Visitor, Tue, 12 Jul 2005 21:01:26 UTC
Add this to another station pod-efl Episode 01 (41.88MB; download) -- Here is a great introduction to podcasting from an ESL/EFL perspective. It was originally created as a companion podcast to the June 19, 2005 Blogstreams Session at tappedin.org. This fine production by Graham Stanley will be the first referral I make to ESL/EFL instructors who want to learn about podcasting. For beginners or veteran podcasters, there is something for everyone in this 46 minute gem.
Selected by: Unregistered Visitor, Tue, 21 Jun 2005 17:03:36 UTC
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