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Internet Radio – a new resource

Teaching and Learning Resources , Literacy
Skills for Life Network

Help your learners make their own radio programmes for broadcast over the internet or download as a podcast

BT Education has produced a website to help schools make internet radio programmes. It should be an equally valuable resource for those working with older learners on their communication skills.

 

The website takes you through the whole process of radio production. The programmes can then be broadcast via the internet or downloaded as a podcast.

The site includes:

  • Audio programmes with advice from experts on the process of radio production
  • A series of ‘Look and Learn’ video tutorials
  • Downloadable briefing notes for teachers, suggestions for classroom activities and worksheets

To access the site, go to the BT Education website-‘Free
Resources’

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