Coding & Tech
Sports Podcasting, Broadcasting, and Sports Radio Careers for Intermediate!
In this four lesson course, we will learn about Sports Broadcasting, Play-By-Play, the new innovative world or Sports Podcasting, and careers in Radio/Podcasting that focuses on the starting/beginner level!
Michael Scott Gullett
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over 1 week
learners per class
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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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This is the intermediate level for this course. My introduction/beginner course starts to dive into sports podcasting and broadcasting, recording software, finding as well as writing sports topics and segments for a podcast, and publishing. This course the focus will be on using Garageband, Audacity, ANCOR, Google Podcast, and/or other podcasting software with the main intent to develop a finish product to publish on ANCOR, Spotify, and/or ITunes. This course is a deeper dive into sports...
Our main learning goals will be to learn about careers in radio - specifically sports broadcasting and sports podcasting. However, this course will dive into all the careers with radio, media, journalism, and podcasting. The prior sports podcasting course explained the process or the "how to" in creating a sports broadcast or podcast, but students will also gain the experience to practice and create their sports broadcast and/or podcast. This course the main goal is not just to practice our podcasting and broadcasting, but also to develop segments for a show, understanding the tools when recording, and start publishing content.
The homework for this class will be to create a recorded sports podcast of the learners choice (they can pick the sport, person or persons in the sport, and the sports topic they wish to provide analysis on). If a student is enrolled and not big into sports - they can pick a genre or theme outside of sports and create a podcast. Sports is a main focus, but any students that wants to learn radio, media, and podcast is welcome. As a teacher, I have always be very flexible in allowing student choice.
The ability to write out the topics for the podcast (computer writing software or pen/paper) and a recording device (phone, computer, and/or a free podcasting software/application from the web). We work with the type of technology that the student has. The course will does require a recording, which the student can do on a PC or MAC, the downloading of a free podcasting software with parents permission, recording on a phone, and Outschool has away to record as well. For this course we are starting to get more advanced with podcasting and publishing. However, there are a lot of excellent and FREE podcasting and publishing software and websites that we will introduce students too.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Informal assessment through discussion, questions and answers, and formal assessment through the creation of the students own sports podcast.
3 hours 20 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Michael Scott GullettWelcome to Mr. G’s Seminar (Socratic Method) American History, World History, Government, Economics, English (LA), Baseball Fundamentals, and Sports Broadcasting/Podcasting Teacher Page
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Hello, My name is Michael S. Gullett. However, all my students call me Mr. G! I have 16 years of being a teacher and a principal in Alaska. I have had the wonderful opportunity to work and travel all over the state of Alaska. Many of the villages...