|Podcasting Class Begins Tuesday, Jan. 16th|
|I have received Scavenger Hunt submissions from Rioghnach, Vipul, Jason, Andrew, and Anne. Noelle has expressed interest, but no survey answers have been received. If other students are interested, you will need to let me know ASAP!
The recorded monologue idea has been postponed for the time being. We'll work on diction, pronunciation, and using a good "speaking voice" once the class begins.
Interest in the class will be based on verbal conversation received so far as well as the scavenger hunt answer sheet.
The deadline for receiving the iTunes Scavenger Hunt is Thursday afternoon. Be thinking about what you would like to DO in the class. Mr. C. has lots of ideas, but you are free to make suggestions as well.
|by Anne @ 10 Jan 2007 09:46 pm|
Awwww...Mr.C! You spelled my name wrong again. [Sorry... I fixed it.]
Oh well. I can't wait to see if I get into the class. *crosses fingers* Erg!
|by Clay @ 11 Jan 2007 06:26 am|
|I did mes the savenger hunt! Yays!|
|by Jason @ 11 Jan 2007 02:58 pm|
|by Davidude @ 11 Jan 2007 03:03 pm|
|by Taylor/Seiko @ 11 Jan 2007 03:21 pm|
mr. c, do we have to acually download the podcasts onto our itunes software??
because most of these things i definately wouldnt want on my ipod
|by Divine Comedian @ 11 Jan 2007 03:36 pm|
I have a suggestion.
We could all have a romp around a crowed room while the music goes "unstck-unstck-unstck-unstck".
Again, +10 cool points for anybody who gets the reference.
|by Dandy Andy @ 11 Jan 2007 04:22 pm|
|I hope I get in!!!!!!!!!|
|by Candleman @ 11 Jan 2007 04:25 pm|
Everyone who turned in a scavenger hunt made it.
___For the time being___
|by Vippy @ 11 Jan 2007 06:29 pm|
|Thursday afternoon is OVER! i am in da classe|
|by Jason @ 11 Jan 2007 06:49 pm|
|Wierd al Rocks!!!!!|
|by Ronnay-Chang @ 11 Jan 2007 07:12 pm|
|by Dandy Andy @ 12 Jan 2007 03:54 pm|
|Oh yeah. Vipul and I is going to rock this podcast class.|
|by Rioghnach @ 13 Jan 2007 03:03 pm|
|Not if you continue to flaunt your incorrect grammar as such, Andrew.|
|by Rioghnach @ 13 Jan 2007 03:07 pm|
Anyway, about the idea thing- we could do some kind of audio version of the C.W.Chronicles! And give more personal insight into the issues than just 'This is what we do in math. Blah blah. blah. This is what it means. Blah.' *cough...* COULEE... *cough...* KIDS *cough...*
That way, people would be interested in the podcast, and not hear stuff that's only principles that you can look up.
For example, from the 'COULEE KIDS',
"I'll bet you're wondering what a variable is, right?" And then they tell you, by which point you have probably already xed out the window and gone to look it up... assuming you don't know what a variable is (unlikely).