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Speak to the World: Learn how to Podcast is taught virtually via zoom. This one time class covers what Podcasting is all about. We'll cover the 5 types of podcasting: solo, interview, story telling, educational, functional. Build the foundation of Communication, the 7 C's, Google Research, Materials Copyright, Presentation (addressing the audience), Speaking (microphone and voice tone,) and Writing (script preparation and taking notes). I'll provide examples and ask students to tell me why...
Podcasting for 16 years. Global Media Network LLC Taught in Houston, Texas in Technical School how to be an Independent Contractor and Professional Temporary. I was a professional temporary for 10 years starting at $5 per hour and earned up to $50 per hour, 1977 to 1987. Taught at Lakeland Community College on non-fiction book written on "Teenagers! A Bewildered Parent's Guide." It was accepted at Parson's and was required reading for all professors to incoming transfers and freshmen. (1995-1997) Taught at The Boys & Girl's Club, Merced County, Merced, CA for 2 different classes teaching podcasting.
computer, laptop, microphone,
45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
We will do research on Google for information and content for the student's podcasts. The students will do research via their local library for additional information and content for their podcasts. Also interview individuals with experience and expertise.
Speak to the World: Learn how to Podcast!
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
Podcasting is more than just speaking into a microphone. It's skills, experience and practice! I'm an Entrepreneur. In 2005, I started and operated an Internet Talk Radio Station because I realized unless you were famous, a celebrity, a sport's...