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Podcasts are becoming popular in the classroom, these 16 graphic organizers are sure to be the perfect response sheet. 16 DIGITAL graphic organizers that can be used in Google, as well as 16 printable graphic organizers make this a product that ANY classroom can use.These organizers work with any Po
Have your students write their own podcast.Are your students listening to podcasts in the classroom and are now ready to take the next steps of creating their own podcast? Is it the end of the year and your students are ready to create a project that will sum up their year?This product includes ever
Create a genius hour project by creating a Podcast or a TED talk. This package includes a PowerPoint presentation, assignment, and rubric. It explains the process of developing a driving question and provides various examples of genius hour ideas. A Rubric is included for the Podcast and Ted Talk.
Podcast Creation Assignment | PDF and Digital Formats: Use this assignment to help students learn about podcasts and then create their own. This resource contains 3 lessons to help students and teachers learn about this engaging media type. This assignment contains both PDF and Google Slides formats
This product includes a generic analysis chart for Middle & High School students to use to dissect information presented in various podcasts accessible through http://www.missedinhistory.com/. Use this form to give students a choice in topics related to each era in your history course. Included
This assignment will have students, in a team, gather material and synthesize their experiences in reading their own novels during the course of a quarter or unit into a 15-20 minute Book Talk Podcast. Their goal is to create an engaging podcast book talk that will entice listeners (their peers) to
This is the complete, 3 episode unit plan for an excellent podcast series that explores the nature of perception and the intersection between language, psychology, and learning. This is a high level, high interest text that will challenge your students to rethink the way they perceive and understand
What if I told you that the trees were talking to each other? This podcast will change the way you look at the forest (It really will. This is a crazy story!) and your students will be blown away by it too. Use these 5 assignment to explore the excellent Radiolab program "From Tree to Shining Tree"
Students will create a podcast on their topic of choice! It can be done in groups or as a single project. This is a final summative assessment for a oral speech unit. The instructions, CORE objectives, and rubrics are all included.Differentially, this can be specifically for students who do not l
Capitalizing on the popularity of Serial and other podcasts, this adaptable assignment sheet provides students (ideally in a 10th-12th grade English classroom) an overview of the podcast as an emerging genre, as well as instructions on how to go about making one of their own. Working in pairs, stu
Grades:
9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This video podcast assignment has been a hit with my Grade 10-12 science classes! In this assignment the students are expected to research and examine one body system disease/illness and create a video podcast based on their findings. This assignment provides a step-by-step guide for the students to
Grades:
9th - 12th
Can a blind man be taught to see? Just how powerful are expectations? Teachers all know that expectations are the key to student success, but maybe they are even more powerful than we think. These 5 podcast assignments focus on the story "How to Become Batman" by the NPR program, Invisibilia. It is
Do you love teaching with podcasts, but hate verifying that your students ACTUALLY listened to them? Do you hate creating worksheets? Start here! I have created self-grading common cartridge files that can be uploaded to Canvas, Blackboard, Schoology or other platforms that accept common cartridge.
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9th - 12th, Higher Education
Save yourself the time and hassle of creating a guided listening assignment for the Planet Money series on Antitrust in the U.S. These self-grading quizzes can be loaded into Canvas, Schoology, Blackboard, or any other platform that accepts common cartridge files.
Grades:
9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Have your students listen and learn with the ZOMBIES episode of NPR’s Throughline. The entire podcast is 43:46 in length, but I suggest listening to two long clips, which are defined in the assignment and total around 14 minutes.  This assignment delves into the origin of zombies and the term’s conn
Engage your athletes in an academically rigorous look at the history of everybody's favorite sport. Explore the origins of the game, the development of its rules, and the controversial role that Native Americans played in this sport's early days.This engrossing historical podcast from NPR's Radiolab
This is the perfect quick activity to give your class after listening to this great podcast! My students loved it last year when I introduced it towards the end of the year when I saw engagement waining. This assignment provides students with a choice of activities to complete after listening to som
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5th - 9th
Get your students talking about privilege, college, and the challenges that they all face after high school with this story about the uphill battle that so many young Americans face in school. Malcolm Gladwell takes a sobering look at the state of the American education system and how it fails thos
This is a Google Slide assignment that is used in conjunction with the Stuff You Missed in History Class podcast on the lost colony of Roanoke. The podcast is directly linked on the slide for easy access.
Grades:
6th - 12th, Adult Education
This lesson is perfect for remote/distance learning!This quiz will be COMPLETELY AUTOMATED GRADING. The results are automatically imported into your Canvas grade book.* Canvas by Instructure OR Schoology OR another LMS that can use common cartridge files is required to use this product.This podcast
Your students will be captivated by this surprising true account of a woman who had her identity stolen as a child. This story also has a shocking twist that will keep your students listening and will help to start a good discussion about the importance of maintaining a secure identity, having good
This assignment is based on a podcast (linked in assignment) about a young girl named Sybil Ludington. She completes a ride similar to Paul Reveres and helps to save American lives against the British. This podcast assignment is quick and easy. This is a very light story and is awesome for younger t
Faith Pennington is a girl who does not exist. Born into an unorthodox family who lived "off the grid," she is undocumented and invisible. Faith faces many challenges as she tries to establish herself as a person in the real world.Your students will be fully engaged and fully enraged by Radiolab's "
This product is a bundle of 3 of my popular PodcastELA resources on the subject of American Football. This is a high level, high interest text set that will challenge your students to rethink the way they think and feel about America's favorite sport. This series of lessons not only highlights what

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