PDQ: How to Make a Podcast

Tampa Bay Area Writing Project

is happy to introduce:

Professional

Development

Quickly

An ongoing series from TBAWP TCs, offering you professional development that matters…fast.

This first PDQ installment responds to requests at our Annual Conference 2019 for professional development on podcasting!

Want to make a podcast with your students? Looking for ways to connect in this era of “social distancing”? In this five-part series, TBAWP TCs team up for Write Like This, a podcast on podcasting.

New pre-recorded episodes drop each Monday at 7pm, starting 05/18/20.

Live Zoom calls on Fridays at 8:30pm–join the conversation!

“Write Like This”:

A Podcast for Writing Teachers

Preview:

Episode 1

“The Last Whiskey Bottle in Lusk” (or Why You Should Podcast with Your Students)

Show Link:

Zoom Call (live at 8:30pm, Friday 5/22):
https://zoom.us/j/4183194113

Episode 2

Podcast Genres: Choosing How to Say What You Have to Say

Show Link:

Zoom Call:

Zoom Call (live at 8:30pm, Friday 6/5):
https://zoom.us/j/4183194113

Episode 3

Selecting Evidence: Interviews, Research, and Informative Podcasting

Episode 4

Talking about Tone: How Voice, Music, and Sounds Make Meaning

Episode 5

Sounds in Sequence: Organizing your Podcast

Thanks for listening! Keep Write on Writing!

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We are an affiliate with the National Writing Project and a partner with the University of South Florida. Please address correspondence to co-directors, Dr. Michael B. Sherry, mbsherry@usf.edu, and Mari Aviles, aviles2375@gmail.com

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