X-Rays

June 16th, 2007

BX-RaysWill and Kevin share their end-of-the-year science research project on “How X-Rays Work.”

These podcasts were created by 7th grade students in Mr. Clauset’s science classes at Hanes Middle School in May – June of 2007. All of the research, graphics, and audio were created entirely by students. Students recorded their script, edited it in audio editing software, added sound, and then compiled the “enhanced podcast” in Garageband on a Mac.

Wind Turbines

June 16th, 2007

Wind TurbinesCaroline and Andreana share their end-of-the-year science research project on “How Wind Turbines Work.”

These podcasts were created by 7th grade students in Mr. Clauset’s science classes at Hanes Middle School in May – June of 2007. All of the research, graphics, and audio were created entirely by students. Students recorded their script, edited it in audio editing software, added sound, and then compiled the “enhanced podcast” in Garageband on a Mac.

Synesthesia

June 16th, 2007

SynesthesiaKim and Rachel share their end-of-the-year science research project on “How Synesthesia Works.”

These podcasts were created by 7th grade students in Mr. Clauset’s science classes at Hanes Middle School in May – June of 2007. All of the research, graphics, and audio were created entirely by students. Students recorded their script, edited it in audio editing software, added sound, and then compiled the “enhanced podcast” in Garageband on a Mac.

Submarines

June 16th, 2007

SubmarinesRioghnach shares her end-of-the-year science research project on “How Submarines Work.”

These podcasts were created by 7th grade students in Mr. Clauset’s science classes at Hanes Middle School in May – June of 2007. All of the research, graphics, and audio were created entirely by students. Students recorded their script, edited it in audio editing software, added sound, and then compiled the “enhanced podcast” in Garageband on a Mac.

Stealth Technology

June 16th, 2007

StealthSharon shares her end-of-the-year science research project on “How Stealth Technology Works.”

These podcasts were created by 7th grade students in Mr. Clauset’s science classes at Hanes Middle School in May – June of 2007. All of the research, graphics, and audio were created entirely by students. Students recorded their script, edited it in audio editing software, added sound, and then compiled the “enhanced podcast” in Garageband on a Mac.

Space Elevators

June 16th, 2007

Space ElevatorsAnne shares her end-of-the-year science research project on “How Space Elevators Work.”

These podcasts were created by 7th grade students in Mr. Clauset’s science classes at Hanes Middle School in May – June of 2007. All of the research, graphics, and audio were created entirely by students. Students recorded their script, edited it in audio editing software, added sound, and then compiled the “enhanced podcast” in Garageband on a Mac.

Scuba Tanks

June 16th, 2007

Scuba TanksRyan and Emmanuel share their end-of-the-year science research project on “How Scuba Tanks Work.”

These podcasts were created by 7th grade students in Mr. Clauset’s science classes at Hanes Middle School in May – June of 2007. All of the research, graphics, and audio were created entirely by students. Students recorded their script, edited it in audio editing software, added sound, and then compiled the “enhanced podcast” in Garageband on a Mac.

Robot Vacuum Cleaners

June 16th, 2007

RoombaAlex and Jesse share their end-of-the-year science research project on “How Robot Vacuum Cleaners Work.”

These podcasts were created by 7th grade students in Mr. Clauset’s science classes at Hanes Middle School in May – June of 2007. All of the research, graphics, and audio were created entirely by students. Students recorded their script, edited it in audio editing software, added sound, and then compiled the “enhanced podcast” in Garageband on a Mac.

How a Refrigerator Works

June 16th, 2007

RefrigeratorsMelissa and Margaret share their end-of-the-year science research project on “How Refrigerators Work.”

These podcasts were created by 7th grade students in Mr. Clauset’s science classes at Hanes Middle School in May – June of 2007. All of the research, graphics, and audio were created entirely by students. Students recorded their script, edited it in audio editing software, added sound, and then compiled the “enhanced podcast” in Garageband on a Mac.

How an MRI Works

June 16th, 2007

MRIEric and Andrew share their end-of-the-year science research project on “How MRIs Work.”

These podcasts were created by 7th grade students in Mr. Clauset’s science classes at Hanes Middle School in May – June of 2007. All of the research, graphics, and audio were created entirely by students. Students recorded their script, edited it in audio editing software, added sound, and then compiled the “enhanced podcast” in Garageband on a Mac.

Meteors

June 16th, 2007

MeteorsCarly and Meredith share their end-of-the-year science research project on “How Meteors Work.”

These podcasts were created by 7th grade students in Mr. Clauset’s science classes at Hanes Middle School in May – June of 2007. All of the research, graphics, and audio were created entirely by students. Students recorded their script, edited it in audio editing software, added sound, and then compiled the “enhanced podcast” in Garageband on a Mac.

Roller Coasters #2

June 16th, 2007

Coasters #2Patrick and Justin share their end-of-the-year science research project on “How Roller Coasters Work.”

These podcasts were created by 7th grade students in Mr. Clauset’s science classes at Hanes Middle School in May – June of 2007. All of the research, graphics, and audio were created entirely by students. Students recorded their script, edited it in audio editing software, added sound, and then compiled the “enhanced podcast” in Garageband on a Mac.

Roller Coasters #1

June 16th, 2007

CoastersMaddy and Jamie share their end-of-the-year science research project on “How Roller Coasters Work.”

These podcasts were created by 7th grade students in Mr. Clauset’s science classes at Hanes Middle School in May – June of 2007. All of the research, graphics, and audio were created entirely by students. Students recorded their script, edited it in audio editing software, added sound, and then compiled the “enhanced podcast” in Garageband on a Mac.

Making Cheese

June 16th, 2007

CheeseAlex and Zach share their end-of-the-year science research project on “How to Make Cheese.”

These podcasts were created by 7th grade students in Mr. Clauset’s science classes at Hanes Middle School in May – June of 2007. All of the research, graphics, and audio were created entirely by students. Students recorded their script, edited it in audio editing software, added sound, and then compiled the “enhanced podcast” in Garageband on a Mac.

Caffeine #2

June 16th, 2007

Caffeine #2Kasey and Tyler share their end-of-the-year science research project on “How Caffeine Works.”

These podcasts were created by 7th grade students in Mr. Clauset’s science classes at Hanes Middle School in May – June of 2007. All of the research, graphics, and audio were created entirely by students. Students recorded their script, edited it in audio editing software, added sound, and then compiled the “enhanced podcast” in Garageband on a Mac.

Caffeine #1

June 16th, 2007

Caffeine_#1Clay and Noelle share their end-of-the-year science research project on “How Caffeine Works.”

These podcasts were created by 7th grade students in Mr. Clauset’s science classes at Hanes Middle School in May – June of 2007. All of the research, graphics, and audio were created entirely by students. Students recorded their script, edited it in audio editing software, added sound, and then compiled the “enhanced podcast” in Garageband on a Mac.

Blackholes

June 16th, 2007

BlackholesChris and Vipul share their end-of-the-year science research project on “How Black Holes Work.”

These podcasts were created by 7th grade students in Mr. Clauset’s science classes at Hanes Middle School in May – June of 2007. All of the research, graphics, and audio were created entirely by students. Students recorded their script, edited it in audio editing software, added sound, and then compiled the “enhanced podcast” in Garageband on a Mac.

3D Glasses

June 16th, 2007

3D_GlassesAmar and Jordan share their end-of-the-year science research project on “How 3D Glasses Work.”

These podcasts were created by 7th grade students in Mr. Clauset’s science classes at Hanes Middle School in May – June of 2007. All of the research, graphics, and audio were created entirely by students. Students recorded their script, edited it in audio editing software, added sound, and then compiled the “enhanced podcast” in Garageband on a Mac.

Hanes Service Club – Part 2

May 26th, 2007

ServiceClub2The Hanes Service Club sponsors a wide variety of projects and activities for involved and active 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students.

In this podcast Maddy, Avery, Hannah, Sylvia, Melissa, Jamie, Alex, and Jack share their favorite volunteering activities for the the 2006-2007 school year.

Hanes Service Club – Part 1

May 26th, 2007

ServiceClub1The Hanes Service Club sponsors a wide variety of projects and activities for involved and active 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students.

In this podcast, Carly, Chandler, Stephen, Rachel, Sara, Madison, Margaret, Eric, and Emily share their favorite volunteering activities for the the 2006-2007 school year.

Photoshop Tips

May 26th, 2007

PhotoshopTipsRioghnach shares with listeners some of her favorite tips about using Photoshop on the PC. It’s time to learn how to manipulate your graphic files.

    Using Rioghnach’s suggestions,
    you will learn how to:

– make borders appear
– use the blending and airbrush tools, and
– use layers.

6 Degrees of Separation – Part II

May 26th, 2007

6DegreesVipul, Jason, and Clay demonstrate their skills at Six Degrees of Separation connections by showing how easily you can move from pineapples to clocks in just six steps.

Spring Band Concert – 8th Grade

May 19th, 2007

BandConcert07Band director, Matt Talbert, conducts the eighth grade band at Hanes Middle School in three selections: Acclamations, Two British Folk Songs, and the Great Locomotive Chase.

Spring Band Concert – 7th Grade

May 19th, 2007

BandConcert07Band director, Matt Talbert, conducts the seventh grade band at Hanes Middle School in two selections: Eagle Ridge and Engines of Resistance.

Spring Band Concert – 6th Grade

May 19th, 2007

BandConcert07Band director, Matt Talbert, conducts the sixth grade band at Hanes Middle School in two selections: Little Rondo and Comet Ride.

Water Color Art Project

May 6th, 2007

WaterColorsBarbara Butryn, art teacher at Hanes Middle, explains a recent water color project completed by 8th grade students in advanced art class.

Students first practice with water colors. Next they draw with glue any image they choose and then begin working with water colors to fill in the picture. Each color must have at least three values.

Learning Robotics — Part II

April 21st, 2007

Robotics2Anne, Jason, and Andrew share their Lego NXT projects.

Jason is working on programming the ultrasonic sensor. Andrew is working on an arm that uses the light sensor to detect a red ball. And Anne is working on a program to enable the robot to track along a strip of white tape using the light sensor.

Harry Potter Spell Cast — Part 1

April 21st, 2007

SpellcastTyler Canada, Harry Potter wizardry expert, shares his favorite spells.

Spells discussed in this first podcast come from the J.K. Rowling books, movies, and video games: Accio, Alohamora, Expecto Patronum, Wingardium Leviosa, Bombarda, Lumos, Arania Exumai, Carpe Retractum, Glacius, and Incendio.

Sleeping in Class

April 18th, 2007

Sleeping in ClassClay, Noelle, and Anne introduce listeners to the fine art of sleeping in class.

As expert observers of the pastime among their seventh grade peers, they reveal time-honored tricks of the quick classroom nap.

Middle East Museum — 100 – 1500 AD

April 14th, 2007

ArtArtifacts dating from 100 – 1500 AD can be found in this Middle East Museum podcast.

Seventh grade students constructed models of a famous building or object from their studies of the culture and civilizations of North Africa and the Middle East.

Each model is introduced and explained by the student or students who created it.

Middle East Museum — 4000-500 BC

April 14th, 2007

ArtArtifacts dating from 4000 – 500 BC can be found in this Middle East Museum podcast.

Seventh grade students constructed models of a famous building or object from their studies of the culture and civilizations of North Africa and the Middle East.

Each model is introduced and explained by the student or students who created it.

Middle East Museum — Modern Arabia

April 14th, 2007

ArtArtifacts from Modern Arabia are the focus of this Middle East Museum podcast.

Seventh grade students constructed models of a famous building or object from their studies of the culture and civilizations of North Africa and the Middle East.

Each model is introduced and explained by the student or students who created it.

Middle East Museum — Art & Textiles

April 14th, 2007

ArtArt and Textiles are the focus of this Middle East Museum podcast.

Seventh grade students constructed models of a famous building or object from their studies of the culture and civilizations of North Africa and the Middle East.

Each model is introduced and explained by the student or students who created it.

Middle East Museum — Ancient Egypt

April 14th, 2007

EgyptAncient Egypt is the focus of this Middle East Museum podcast.

Seventh grade students constructed models of a famous building or object from their studies of the culture and civilizations of North Africa and the Middle East.

Each model is introduced and explained by the student or students who created it.

This I Believe — Sports

April 3rd, 2007

SportsBelieve in Yourself, Do Your Best, Don’t Give Up Your Sports, For the Love of the Game, Life is a Touchdown, Pain Makes You Stronger, Sports Are Life, Start Small and Get Bigger, Teamwork, Teamwork is Vital, The True Athlete — 7th graders share their “This I Believe” essays.