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Podcast nellinsegnamento di L2 Michael S. Boyd firstname.lastname@example.org
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Che cosa si trova sul nostro sitonostro sito Newsblog (avvisi, aggiornamenti, link utili)Newsblog Informazioni sui lettorilettori Lorario dei corsi e ricevimentiorario Informazioni sui livelli europei (CEF)livelli europei Informazioni sulla certificazione esternacertificazione esami (spiegazione degli esami; esami di prova)esami corsi e libri di testocorsilibri link utili: ascolto, scrittura, grammatica, ecc.ascolto podcast realizzati da studentipodcast
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Internet Web 2.0 Podcast Computer Aggregatore e.g iTunes lettore mp3 RSS (blog) + mp3 (audio) Come funziona un podcast?
si trovano podcast su qualsiasi argomento si scaricano gratis si aggiornano automaticamente (con labbonamento) sono ascolti autentici e portatili computer lettore mp3 (iPod) contenuto extra sul sito che può aiutare trascrizioni complete fotografie e slideshow multimediali introduzione (blurb) al podcast Perché usare i podcast nellinsegnamento delle lingue?
1. podcast amatoriali 2. podcast professionali di programmi radiofonici o televisivi già esistenti (e.g. BBC, NPR, ABC)BBCNPRABC di programmi disponibili solo come podcast 3. podcast a scopi didattici (e.g. BBC 6 Minute English)6 Minute English Quali sono i vari tipi di podcast?
Podcast Project: Part I In this assignment you will listen to a news podcast from ABC National Radio, answer some questions about it and then write a report. Choose a podcast that you are interested in from the ABC iTunes page. To complete the exercise you will also need to go to the podcast website.ABC iTunes page. PRE-LISTENING: before you listen READ the title and read the news blurb ONLY from the website and answer the following questions: 1. What supporting information (articles, transcripts, etc.) can be found on the podcast web site? 2. From the title and the first paragraph do you think that you will have problems understanding the vocabulary? 3. Do you already know anything about the subject? 4. Without reading further, try to predict what the podcast will say. FIRST LISTENING: listen to the first 2 minutes of the podcast and then answer the following questions: 1. What do you think the main point of the podcast is? 2. How much of the podcast did you understand? [indicate one] very littlesomea lotalmost alleverything
Come trovare un podcast specifico ABC Radio National
ABC National - Correspondents Report Per abbonarsi Clicca qui Per andare al sito web Clicca qui
Introduzione e trascrizione Correspondents Report Pagina Web
3.How right were the predictions that you made in the Pre-listening exercise? READING and SECOND LISTENING: look at the supporting materials on the web page and read the part of the transcript that you have already heard. Listen again, while reading the rest of the transcript. Now, answer the following questions:transcript 1.Did reading the transcript help you to understand the podcast? 2.Are there any words or expressions that you still do not understand. If so, underline them. LISTEN (full podcast): listen to the rest of the podcast (at least twice). Do one (or more) of the exercises below: 1.Make a comparison between the transcript and podcast (what is actually said). You should indicate the diffferences in lexis (words), pronunciation (contraction) as well as filler words (ehm, etc.). How are non-verbal features (intonation, tone, etc.) used in the podcast? 2.Write a summary of the podcast. Make sure you include information about the type of podcast (radio broadcast, podcast only, etc.), the speaker(s), the goal of the podcast (to inform, persuade, etc.), the audience as well as a short summary of the main points presented (approximately 5 sentences). 3.Prepare a glossary for the podcast, providing definitions, translations, explanations and/or examples of useful vocabulary. not verysomewhatvery almost completely completely Podcast Project: Part II
ABC Radio-Trascrizione Correspondents Report - Sunday, 5 Oct., 2008 Reporter: Michael Rowland BRENDAN TREMBATH: Many investors around the world are breathing a sigh of relief after the US Congress finally passed the $700 billion rescue package for the struggling financial system.The stock market has not been calmed though. Wall Street has endured yet another volatile week.North America correspondent Michael Rowland has been getting some New York perspectives on the financial chaos. MICHAEL ROWLAND: It's been yet another rollercoaster ride on Wall Street over the last week. Triple digit losses followed by triple digit gains. It's enough to make even the most seasoned trader a tad nauseous.But not Ted Weisberg.A floor trader for more than 40 years, he's literally seen it all, and believes the recent events have to put into some perspective.I caught up with the avuncular 70-year-old during a break in the stock market action and just as congress was reconsidering that $700 billion bailout. TED WEISBERG: I think it's not only in our best interest but perhaps to a certain degree in everybody's best interest that we get this reasonably correct. Now, nothing's perfect, there's no perfect solutions to any problem, but I think in general it's the right thing for the country and it's the right thing for our financial markets. MICHAEL ROWLAND: You've been on the floor for decades, you've seen everything, all the peaks and troughs. How does this current period compare to financial crises in the past? TED WEISBERG: Well each one is sort of different. The motivation is always different, the psychology though is pretty much the same. But I would say none of this, putting 9/11 aside, none of this compares to October of '87 crash, where the market was down, the Dow Jones was down 22 per cent in one day. I had never seen a day like that prior to that day in October, and I have not seen one since. I mean, this is interesting, and I would say that we've got a couple of days that came close, but nothing compared to that.
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