Radio WillowWeb Handbook

 

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A guide to help students create/plan their podcast!

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radio willowweb www.mpsomaha.org/willow/radio guides to help make a great willowcast november 2005 by tony vincent for more information on podcasting visit learninginhand.com

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radio willowweb www.mpsomaha.org/willow/radio glossary page 1 radio willowweb is an online radio station for kids and by kids each new show is called a willowcast each willowcast has a host tag line and assortment of interesting segments each willowcast can be heard around the world on willowweb as an mp3 digital audio file audio recorded sound broadcast a single radio program see willowcast bumper music short music clips used between segments digital audio sound that is used by a computer host a person who introduces the willowcast and each of its segments microphone a device that changes sound into electronic signals mp3 a popular way to store digital audio

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radio willowweb www.mpsomaha.org/willow/radio glossary page 2 online connected to the internet or world wide web podcast a kind of broadcast invented 2004 that automatically delivers digital audio to portable players and handheld computers record putting sound into electronic form segment a complete part of a willowcast usually written and spoken by one or two people tag line clever cool or witty slogan used throughout a willowcast for example radio for kids by kids teaser the first audio heard in a willowcast where the host gets the audience excited to hear more willowcast an individual broadcast of radio willowweb made up of several segments that are introduced by a host and lasting between three and ten minutes in length

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tag line name host · write down three clever cool and witty saying to be used for the willowcast · try making up tag lines that · rhyme · use words that have the same beginning sound · use humor tag line #1 tag line #2 tag line #3 · practice saying your tag lines out loud · say each of your tag lines to ten people ask each person to vote for his or her favorite one put a checkmark in the box next to the tag line each time someone votes for that tag line · the tag line with the most votes will be used in the willowcast radio willowweb www.mpsomaha.org/willow/radio

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the teaser name host · the teaser is the last part of the willowcast to be written but the first part to be heard · the teaser introduces all the upcoming segments of the willowcast to the listeners · the teaser should get listeners excited to hear more · read over the segments that will be used in the willowcast · be sure to include · the name of the host · the tag line for the willowcast · what the audience will hear in this willowcast · who is making the willowcast for example mrs hove s 2nd grade teaser · use the back of this page to write more if you need to · practice saying the teaser out loud · speak slowly so everyone can understand you radio willowweb www.mpsomaha.org/willow/radio

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segment introductions name host · meet with each of the segment writers · work with each writer to write an interesting introduction to the writer s segment · be sure each introduction includes the writer s name and segment title and topic · put the segments in the best order for the willowcast by writing a number in each box segment name segment writer introduction · use enough · practice saying each introduction · speak slowly and clearly so everyone can understand you · be excited radio willowweb www.mpsomaha.org/willow/radio

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segment introductions segment name segment writer introduction host segment name segment writer introduction radio willowweb www.mpsomaha.org/willow/radio

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segment introductions segment name segment writer introduction host segment name segment writer introduction radio willowweb www.mpsomaha.org/willow/radio

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segment introductions segment name segment writer introduction host segment name segment writer introduction radio willowweb www.mpsomaha.org/willow/radio

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did you know name · read informational books and web sites with interesting facts · write down something you think others would want to learn · write down where you found the information interesting fact turn your fact into a question did you know that · practice saying your question out loud · say your question in an interesting way · remember to speak slowly and clearly so everyone can understand you radio willowweb www.mpsomaha.org/willow/radio

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do it differently name · is there a rule you want changed is there something in the world that is bothering you then share what you would do differently the rule or situation you want to change why change it how would you change it · practice telling others about what you want to change and how you would change it · remember to speak slowly and clearly radio willowweb www.mpsomaha.org/willow/radio

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holiday spotlight name · choose an upcoming holiday to research · read books encyclopedias magazines and web sites to find out interesting information about the holiday · write the information below name of holiday what the holiday celebrates interesting facts about the holiday · practice telling others about the holiday · remember to speak slowly and clearly so that everyone can understand you radio willowweb www.mpsomaha.org/willow/radio

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interesting interview name · decide on a person you want to interview you won t actually speak with that person but you will pretend to interview them for the segment · write down at least six interesting facts about the person you are interviewing below · using a word processor or paper create a script for your interview interesting fact #1 interesting fact #2 interesting fact #3 interesting fact #4 interesting fact #5 interesting fact #6 · decide who is going to be the voice of the person you are interviewing · practice your interview out loud radio willowweb www.mpsomaha.org/willow/radio

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bad joke good joke name · read joke books and web sites with jokes · write down a joke that just was not funny · write down the best joke you found bad joke good joke · practice saying the two jokes out loud · practice telling others the two jokes · remember to speak slowly and to pause before the punch lines radio willowweb www.mpsomaha.org/willow/radio

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sensational segment idea name · got an idea for a segment that no one else is doing · make up your own segment · make up a catchy name for your segment · write down what you will tell the audience during your segment segment name what you will say · if you need more room write on the back of this paper · practice saying your segment out loud and to other people · remember to speak slowly and and clearly so everyone can understand you radio willowweb www.mpsomaha.org/willow/radio

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