Sunday, September 18, 2011

Blog Post 4

Eagle Nest Radio & Class Blog

During this podcast the students provided useful information about the Roman Empire and showed great skill in creating a quality podcast. I liked that the students put music behind the narration it provided an impressive quality. The students conducted themselves well and had excellent annunciation. They kept the podcast interesting by giving opinions and interesting facts all about the Roman Empire.


As I listened to this podcast I was very impressed by the professionalism of the children during the reading. In the blog post the author describes how they made the script for the progress and it was a great idea to help the reader follow along. The author describes in great detail how to create a quality blog post and gives some great tips.

The Benefits of Podcasting in the Classroom

This vodcast was very educational to a first time podcaster, the author outlines effective ways of creating a quality podcast/vodcast. Also the author outlines great advantages of making a podcast. You can record a lecture and post it so your students can use it as a review or you can create a lesson on how to make a podcast. He gives some great ideas on creating your first podcast.



  1. I hope these assignments helped in your preparation for your podcast.

  2. Hey Meredith!
    I like the way your page is set up and arranged.
    You pointed out some important facts from the videos and podcasts. However, I like reading different people's views and opinions on the material covered not just a synopsis of what was read or watched. For instance, how will you use this information in our podcast assignment? Do you think podcasts will be helpful in your classroom one day? I think it shows that you have processed the assignment.
    Also, in the last paragraph there was a typo, "vodcast" instead of podcast. Before I post anything, I have someone else read over it and check for grammatical and/or punctuation errors.
    Overall, it was a great post. Good work and good luck!
    Robin Hendricks

  3. After hearing the Langwitches podcast I am also very impressed by the professionalism of the students.