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Podcasting for ELT (EFL & ESL)

Podcasting for ELT (EFL & ESL)
This is a station for EFL/ESL educators interested in podcasting and is linked to the 2006 TESOL EVO session and the Podcasting for ELT group:


Members are encouraged to add links to any podcasts and audio files that they feel are relevant to the group / course.

Station feed: Click here to see an XML representation of the latest episodes on this station
Created by: Graham Stanley
Created on: 14 Jul 2005
Language: English

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Add this to another station Basic Conversations - The Weekend (1.19MB; download) -- This is a basic conversation about the weekend. First, you'll hear it at a normal speed, then at a slower speed. Next, you'll hear some practice drills. Finally, you'll hear the conversation again at a normal speed. Robert: Good morning, Bill. How are you today? Bill: Good morning, Robert. I'm all right. How are you? Robert: Pretty good. Did you have a nice weekend? Bill: Not bad. I went to the movies on Saturday night. Robert: Oh yeah? What did you see? Bill: I saw the new Harry Potter movie. Robert: Did you like it? Bill: Yes, it was excellent! Practice A: I went to the movies. B: Oh yeah? What did you see? A: I went to a new restaurant. B: Oh yeah? What did you eat? A: I went shopping. B: Oh yeah? What did you buy? A: I went for a drive. B: Oh yeah? Where did you go?
Selected by: Bill Pellowe [ stations ], Tue, 17 Jan 2006 01:06:42 UTC
Add this to another station ELT Podcasting TESOL evo2006 pre-course podcast #0 (16.31MB; download) -- Welcome to the TESOL EVO2006 ELT Podcasting course. This is our pre-course podcast, introducing some of the participants, moderators, and tools we'll be using in the next six weeks. Thanks to all of you who participated by sending in audio introductions.
Selected by: Graham Stanley [ stations ], Mon, 16 Jan 2006 23:39:55 UTC
Add this to another station Pod-EFL podcast (41.88MB; download) -- An introduction to podcasting - this was one of the first podcasts I made (you can tell - for one, the file is huge), for a presentation (the transcript of the chat is here: http://www.beewebhead.net/blogstreams/graham.html) I asked for questions before the chat, and edited everything together in audacity (it took me ages)
Selected by: Graham Stanley [ stations ], Sat, 14 Jan 2006 23:05:04 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 19:19:59 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 19:17:48 UTC
Add this to another station Jean Claude Bradley Interview (14.36MB; download) -- This an excerpt of an iterview that appeared on "Tech Talk." Mr. Bradley is an EdTech coordinator at Drexel University in Philadelphia Pennsylvania. In this interview he clearly and succinctly describes what some of the key issues related to podcasting in education are. He also offers an interesting perspective on Tablet PCs and Video podcasts.
Selected by: Scottlo Radio [ stations ], Mon, 17 Oct 2005 17:27:30 UTC
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