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Students listens to an iPod and a voice recorder, in which the teacher provides the experiment instructions. They listen to the directions first, then they observe and record their experiments steps and results using a digital camera and...
Students interview someone who has recently visited a country that students are studying. They use iPod and voice recorder to record the interview and use iPhoto to review and orgainze the interviewee's photos of the trip as well as any...
Your techies will love the photos of young Jobs and Wozniack in this brief overview of Steve Jobs' trip from garage to grandeur, from millionaire at 24 to ousted at 30. A very positive spin on a mercurial genius.
Students consider the power of physics. In this current events lesson, students listen to a lecture that explores the power garnered by iPod batteries and how they work.
Students work in groups to write a radio drama based on an event or period in history. They write commericals that are appropriate for the radio age and create sound effects. The radio shows are recorded using an iPod and a voice...
Students create a series of guided tours through a museum, creating a virtual museum for others to acess using audio, images, and an iPod. Their reflections serve as a way to allow other students that are unable to attend the field trip...
Students brainstorm topics for a conversation to be held in the language they are studying. They generate questions and hold practice conversations. Pupils record question and answers with an iPod and a voice recorder. When they are...
Young scholars that are English Language Learners (ELL) work individually and in small groups to conduct research on their community. They compile the results of their research, write a report, and create a presentation slideshow. ...