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The podcast coloring notes will keep your students engaged while listening to podcasts!
Using podcasts in the classroom is growing more and more popular as the media itself continues to grow. There are so many educational podcasts out there that you can find plenty of offerings to pair nicely with your standards and curriculum!
Since surveys show that most people multitask while listening to podcasts, I found that my students naturally want to be doing something while listening as well. That’s why I designed these “coloring” pages. This keeps listeners focused and also provides a way of showing their understanding.
While these are editable to fit your needs, here are a few standards that I have addressed for those who want to print and go!
Plot structure (can work with literary nonfiction as well), analyzing and evaluating the effectiveness of the structure an author uses in his or her exposition or argument, determining an author's point-of-view or purpose in a text in which the rhetoric is particularly effective, analyzing how style and content contribute to the power, evaluating persuasiveness or beauty of the text, visualizing practice, recognizing author's craft, and comparing two or more forms of media with a common theme.
You will get:
⭐10 Podcast Note Templates that help to address the standards above
⭐10 Editable Templates to design the notes to fit your needs
⭐20 Coloring pages for coloring while listening and taking notes in the margins
I hope that this resource encourages you to try podcasts in your classroom! If you would like some more nudging before purchasing, take a look at my blog post here: Podcast Pairings for the Secondary ELA Classroom