Radio Drama Camp: Using Voice Acting and Sound Effects
In this 4-day class, students will learn about the history of radio and the importance of radio as a source of entertainment. We will also read and perform radio scripts for each other and try out different sound effects.
23 total reviews for this teacher
4x per week
over 1 week
learners per class
per learner - per class
How does a "Multi-Day" course work?
Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
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Live streaming and online videos are only what they are today because of advances in technology, but have you ever wondered where it all began? Before YouTube, there was satellite TV. Before satellite TV, there was cable. Before cable, there was local television. Before local television, there was radio. First Class - Students will learn what it was like when people could only listen to stories and news. They will be asked to brainstorm what people did for fun before modern video technology...
Students will learn about history and practice using their own creativity.
I have a master's degree in education and Montessori certification, plus over 20 years of elementary classroom experience. I enjoy fostering creativity while guiding students to become stronger writers. In past years, I have run radio drama summer school sessions.
Looking for everyday objects that could be used to create sound effects without the assistance of modern technology. Optional: Writing a short radio script of their own.
3 hours 20 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
YouTube videos about child-appropriate radio dramas may be used to help illustrate how voice actors created sound effects and added emotion to their stories. While YouTube is not intended for visit and use by children under 13 (and thus a non-COPPA compliant resource), Outschool has developed a way for educators to use YouTube videos in their classes in a legally compliant way. All educators need to do is add the YouTube link to their Classroom Post – Outschool embeds the link on its platform so that learners remain on the Outschool platform and don’t access the YouTube website.
Experienced Montessori Teacher and Tutor
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
23 total reviews
40 completed classes
With a master's degree in education, Montessori certification, over 20 years classroom experience in upper elementary Montessori classrooms, and seven years as a Girl Scout leader, I am pleased to now be teaching at Outschool. Whether we are...