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Podcasting for ELT (EFL & ESL) on GigaDial Public

This is a station for EFL/ESL educators interested in podcasting and is linked to the 2006 TESOL EVO session and the Podcasting for ELT group: Members are encouraged to add links to any podcasts and audio fi

Published: Thu, 23 Nov 2017 18:55:18 GMT


Webcasting as a tool for teaching ELT

Sat, 18 Feb 2006 23:56:52 GMT

Worldbridges hosted this highly interesting presentation and discussion by Jeff Lebow & Buthaina for the 'Tips and Tricks' TESOL EVO about the possibilities of webcasting with students. There was some mention of the ELT Podcasting Student webcasting project too. Notes are at:

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Bit By Bit - Episode 21

Thu, 16 Feb 2006 20:13:21 GMT

Excellent conversation between elementary school teachers in Maine, USA about podcasting. Bob Sprank le and Cheryl Oakes share their experiences and insights with guest Educators, Leah Tondreau and Dave Fornier. The topics include podcasting, blogging and rss.

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ELT Podcasting - Week 5 intro

Mon, 13 Feb 2006 00:51:52 GMT

A quick look at some of the stuff on the horizon for week 5 and beyond.

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ESL Talk Student Webcast Brainstrom

Sun, 12 Feb 2006 23:05:33 GMT

This discussion took place at World Bridges last Sunday, 5th February. It followed on from the ELT Podcasting week 3 summary webcast, and concerns the idea of involving students in a live session using Skype, starting in week 6 of our course. We would like to involve others in this. Please listen to the brainstorm and tell us if you would like to be involved, or/and if you know of any students who would like to be part of this exciting new initiative.

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ELT Podcasting Week 3 webcast

Sun, 12 Feb 2006 08:38:27 GMT

This ELT Podcasting webcast,to mark the half-way mark in the evo2006 session, was held at World Bridges on Sunday 5th February. It has now been edited and runs at around 1 hour and ten minutes. Hosted by Scott Lockmann and Graham Stanley, we started to run through a few of the things that have been happening, and then were joined by some of the participants. The chat transcript is also available here:

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Kutikula, Chapter 1

Thu, 09 Feb 2006 16:30:12 GMT

This is chapter 1 of a student radio play fostered by Uwe Klemm. This idea can be used locally by students of EFL to practice reading, speaking, and script-writing skills. And it's good listening practice.

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EVO 2006 - ELT Podcasting - Week 4 update

Tue, 07 Feb 2006 05:00:12 GMT

This is 30 minute commute-cast thatn was recorded on the way into central Tokyo. In it are a series of impressions and recollections from the first 3 plus weeks of the current EVO 2006 Podcasting ELT session.

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iTeach, iLearn: Student Podcasting

Fri, 03 Feb 2006 11:39:00 GMT

Audio from a conference presentation entitled "iTeach, iLearn: Student Podcasting" given on February 1st, 2006.

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WorldBridges EFL Student Webcast

Thu, 02 Feb 2006 02:02:23 GMT

From world Bridges: "Buthaina’s & Rita’s classes in Kuwait and Argentina participated in a very innovative, interactive skyped webcast during which participants exchanged questions and information about their respective cultures." It came up in the Moodle forum recently, and here it is - an example of an EFL webcast intercultural exchange.

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English Conversations: Mark interviews Steve

Thu, 02 Feb 2006 01:17:38 GMT

What I love about Aaron's podcast site 'English Conversations': is the variety of material. I also think that the transcripts that support the podcasts on this site will really help the lower level learners understand.

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Kutikula Student Radio Play podcast part 1

Thu, 02 Feb 2006 00:32:02 GMT

Episode 1 of Uwe's students' podcast "radio play" A great idea for a student podcast. See Uwe's comments about it on his blog:

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Podcast Bangladesh

Wed, 01 Feb 2006 21:32:14 GMT

Podcast Bangladesh is produced by students and teachers at International School Dhaka.

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ELT Podcasting Summary Week One

Wed, 01 Feb 2006 14:11:56 GMT

Week One summary of the ELT Podcasting course, with introductions from members and some reflections on what has been happening so far. Please contributre to the next podcast by sending audio comments, reflections and introductions.

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Brett reads the Panda Story

Sun, 29 Jan 2006 01:07:19 GMT

Possibilities are endless. This podcast features an elementary aged kid with a Southern United States accent reading about the Panda. Podcasts offer an unlimited source of authentic listening materials for our students.

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Podcasting - An introduction suitable for students

Fri, 27 Jan 2006 02:01:08 GMT

Just one of a series of 'listening downloads'for students on the British Council Learn English Professionals website: Want to introduce your students to the concept of 'podcasts'? You might want to use this. There's also a teapescript available here: There's no RSS feed yet, so this is not strictly a podcast (there's one coming apparently) - And look what the podcaster's called! Was the name chosen with our co-moderator in mind, perhaps?

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