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17 Avril 2017 , Rédigé par CampusFLE Publié dans #Nouvelles

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COMMENT CRÉER OU ÉCOUTER UN PODCAST ?

PODCASTING ET APPRENTISSAGE DES LANGUES

ANNUAIRES - SITES - PODCASTS - ÉDUCATION

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APPLICATIONS  UTILISATION

DOSSIERS -  RAPPORTS

BIBLIOGRAPHIES

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Liens Podcasts

Hébergeurs  Podcasts

Podcasting  baladodiffusion Education Langues

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VOIX, RADIOS, PODCASTS, ÉMISSIONS, PAROLES

http://flenet.rediris.es/blog/actiblog2.html

Le mot podcasting est un mot-valise provenant de la fusion des mots « iPod » et « broadcasting » « iPod » est le baladeur d’Apple Computer, nom de marque  tellement populaire qu’il est devenu nom commun ; le mot « broadcasting », signifie diffusion. Les traductions baladodiffusion et baladiffusion ont été proposées fin octobre 2004 par l’Office québécois de la langue française. Ces deux mots-valises sont formés de "baladeur" et de  "radiodiffusion"  Phalippon & Chauvin (2006)  

 

"Mobile technologies (podcasting) open a new space of possibilities by making the support more integrated into the everyday activities of students (learners of a language). For example, a student travelling to France might capture a video or audio clip of an event that is relevant to other learners that do not have access to it because they are remotely distributed. The students can share the material on the fly, possibly getting immediate feedback from other people, e.g. the request to capture other information."
   (S.A.Petersen, M. Divitini, Language learning: from individual learners to communities, 2005)

Rapports - Dossiers - Références

Podcast et baladodiffusion Education  - Langues  
http://flecampus.ning.com/profiles/blogs/podcasts-et-baladodiffusion 

Apprentissage des langues et Réseaux Médias Sociaux - Language learning and social networks
http://flecampus.ning.com/profiles/blogs/apprentissage-des-langues-et 

Audio Video Podcasting en Education  http://flenet.rediris.es/blog/actiblog2.html 
 
Enregistrer notre voix en ligne (Ressources et Outils - Production Orale) 

Podcasts in Education (S.McMinn, R.Smith)  http://sites.wiki.ubc.ca/etec510/Podcasts_in_Education

Recherches et Modèles  Prononciation Podcasting   http://is.gd/hOWj8

Podcasting Education Social Media  http://flecampus.ning.com/profiles/blogs/podcasting-baladodiffusion

Weblogs / Réseaux / Web 2.0 - Education    http://flenet.rediris.es/blog/carnetweb.html

BIBLIOGRAPHIES  Podcasting  Apprentissage Langues 

Evaluation d'un podcast éducatif pour l'enseignement d'une langue étrangère
http://flenet.unileon.es/grillespodcasts.html#GApodcastLE

 

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Source:  Evaluation / Analyse Podcasts Educatifs  - Flenet Projet Réseaux Education

http://flenet.unileon.es/grillespodcasts.html

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Bibliographies complémentaries sur le podcasting



Anderson, P. and Blackwood, A. (2004) Mobile and PDA technologies and their future use ineducation [online]. JISC Technology and Standards Watch, November. Available from:http://www.jisc.ac.uk/uploaded_documents/ACF11B0.pdf [Accessed 1 November 2006)].
Banerjee A., Faloutsos M., and Bhuyan L. N. (2008)  Profiling Podcast-Based Content Distribution.http://www.cs.ucr.edu/~bhuyan/P2P/paper%2011.pdf
Dale, C. (2007)  Strategies for Using Podcasting to Support Student Learning, Journal of Hospitality, Leisure, Sport and Tourism Education 6(1), 49-57.http://www.heacademy.ac.uk/assets/hlst/documents/johlste/vol6no1/50...
Dinan Gunawardena, Thomas Karagiannis, Alexandre Proutiere and Milan Vojnovic (2009) Characterizing Podcast Services:Publishing, Usage, and Dissemination; Microsoft Research, Cambridge,
UKhttp://research.microsoft.com/pubs/80725/MSR-TR-2009-58.pdf
Hargis, J. and Wilson. D. (2005) Fishing for Learning with a Podcast Net. [online] University ofNorth Florida.  http://www.unf.edu/dept/cirt/tech/podcast/HargisPodcastArticle.pdf


Huann, T. Y. and Thong, M.K. (2006) Audioblogging and Podcasting in Education [online}.Edublog.net. http://edublog.net/astinus/mt/files/docs/Literature%20Review%20on%2...
Lane, C. (2006) Podcasting at the UW: An Evaluation of Current Use [online]. Catalyst. Availablefrom: http://catalyst.washington.edu/projects/podcasting_report.pdf [Accessed 1 November 2006].
Lim, K. (2005) Now Hear This – Exploring Podcasting as a Tool in Geography Education [online].Nanyang Technological University. Available from:http://homepage.mac.com/voyager/brisbane_kenlim.pdf
Skiba, D. (2006). The 2005 Word of the Year: Podcast. Nursing Education Perspectives, 27 (1). 
Solano, I.M.(coord.) (2010) Podcast Educativo. Aplicaciones y orientaciones del M-learning para.... Ed. Eduforma


Cap. 3 Sistemas de audio y video por Internet. Del streaming al webcast  (P. Román e I. M. Solano)


Solano Fernández, I.; Sanchez Vera, M. (2010) Aprendiendo en cualquier lugar : El podcast educativo. Pixel-Bit. Revista de Medios y Educación, núm. 36, enero, 2010, pp. 125-139  
  http://www.sav.us.es/pixelbit/actual/10.pdf





Michelle 17/06/2011 19:55






Baladodiffusion et outils nomades pour développer l’oral en lycée


Académie de Poitiers - http://ww2.ac-poitiers.fr/matice/spip.php?article376


 Michelle Fy utilise des lecteurs MP3 et des documents sonores en espagnol pour multiplier les occasions de faire entendre et parler la langue à ses
élèves.
Le matériel est prêté aux jeunes qui n’ont pas leur propre lecteur enregistreur.
Les documents sonores sont téléchargés depuis des sites pédagogiques, ou réalisés à partir de l’enregistrement d’une assistante d’espagnol, ou créés par les élèves eux-mêmes.
La mise à disposition des fichiers est réalisée par l’enseignante par le biais du cahier de texte électronique (accessible par mot de passe), les élèves effectuant le téléchargement en dehors des
heures de cours.
Eux-mêmes font écouter leurs enregistrements selon les cas soit en plaçant leur lecteur enregistreur MP3 dans une enveloppe à leur nom, ramassée par l’enseignante en fin de séance, soit en
envoyant le fichier réalisé par courrier électronique.


 Un article et une vidéo (9mn40) sur le portail langues complètent ce témoignage.



veille 16/12/2010 14:22



Campus FLE Evaluation Analyse
Podcasts in Education http://is.gd/iQiHG Sélection / Liste Podcasts Pédagogiques FLE http://is.gd/iMNAJ






Evaluation Podcasts Education, Checklist Blogs, Criteria, Grille Analyse, Flenet Projet



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Auteur / institution éducative Date de création / Actualisations 1. Niveau de la classe ou des apprenants 2. Compétences linguistiques orales (CO - PO) 3. Compétences linguistiques écrites (CE
- PE) 4. Objectifs (projet de classe, collaboration, interculturels, etc.) 1. Documentation, matériels et ressources pédagogiques 2. Tâches linguistiques orales (CO - PO) 3. Tâches
linguisitques écrites (CE - PE) 4. Tâches  interculturelles, collaboratives, TIC, etc. 1. Intérêt pour d'autres enseignants et les apprenants de LE 2. Tâches orales réalisées par les
apprenants (CO - PO) 3. Tâches écrites réalisées par les apprenants (CE - PE) 4. Tâches  interculturelles, collaboratives, TIC...




Outils Podcasting Weblogs Education Langues, Social Media Podcast FLE



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COMMENT CRÉER OU ÉCOUTER UN PODCAST ?   Enregistrer notre voix en ligne http://flecampus.ning.com/forum/topics/enregistrer-notre-voix-en   Utilisation de Twaud.io / Mode d'emploi
http://www3.unileon.es/dp/dfm/flenet/docto/MdEgrabacionVoz.html   Cinch  http://www.cinchcast.com/ Chirbit  http://www.chirbit.com/ Audio Boo  http://audioboo.fm
Vocaroo   http://vocaroo.com/   Twaud.io - Recherches Prononciation Etudiants http://flecampus.ning.com/forum/topics/twaudio-recherches Ecouter et enregistrer une émission radio
ou un podcast http://flecampus.ning.com/forum/topics/ecouter-et-enregistrer-une     PODCASTING  -  APPRENTISSAGE DES LANGUES Podcasting Baladodiffusion Apprentissage Langues
- Social Media http://flecampus.ning.com/profiles/blogs/podcasting-baladodiffusion Dossier Baladodiffusion Langues vivantes - Educnet
http://www.educnet.education.fr/dossier/baladodiffusion/usages-enseignement-secondaire/langues-vivantes Dossier Podcast - Franc-Parler http://www.francparler.org/fiches/podcasts1.htm
Podcasting, Langues et Médias Sociaux Podcasting - Académie de Paris http://lve.scola.ac-paris.fr/anglais/podcasting.php Réseaux Médias Sociaux et Apprentissage des langues - Language learning
and social networks...



 


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APPRENTISSAGE LANGUES       -   FLE 


ENREGISTREMENTS ET PODCASTING DES ETUDIANTS


 



Références Podcasts Campus FLE: Revue Estudios Humanisticos (2007) http://ning.it/gYNMdV et Revue Çédille (avril 2007) http://ning.it/e9CvSA Il y a environ 8 heures via web


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Stanley, G. (2006). Podcasting: Audio on the Internet Comes of Age. TESL-EJ, 9(4).
http://www.tesl-ej.org/wordpress/issues/volume9/ej36/ej36int/

Abstract:
Podcasting, a catchy combination of the words iPod and broadcasting, is in vogue at the moment, and everyone who came late to the blogging party wants a piece
of the action. If blogging is becoming the tool of choice for many writing instructors bent on giving a real world spin to their classes, then podcasting could be just the ticket for language
teachers looking to extend the reach of their classrooms. This article aims to take a broad look at emerging trends in educational podcasting and suggest some ways it can be used to support
language learning and teaching. I will concentrate on how it can be used with learners, suggest ways of introducing podcasts to a class, and show you how a podcast can be easily created in a
matter of minutes using automatic podcasting sites, as well as mentioning other ways of creating podcasts. Although podcasting also includes video, this is beyond the scope of this article, which
will concentrate on audio only.


 


2. How can listening to podcasts be used to support language learning?


a) Authentic listening extracts


At its most basic level, podcasts offer language teachers and students a wide range of possibilities for extra listening both inside and outside of the classroom. Supplementing the (often)
scripted and stilted textbook listenings with the real life authentic conversations you can find on many podcasts is an attractive option for language teachers (not to mention their students). In
my teaching context, I have used extracts from shows such as


Notes from Spain

Digital Flotsam

Morning Stories



(to mention just a few) to spice things up in class. Chosen carefully, extracts can provoke stimulating discussion, and also bring a range of different voices and varieties of English into the
classroom, and podcasts can be selected because their theme ties into the curriculum. The best place to look for podcasts by theme is by using one of the many podcast directories. Two of the most
popular ones are:


Podcast Alley

Podcast Pickle



 


At more advanced levels, students can be encouraged to download and listen to entire episodes of podcasts that you choose for them for homework. If you add listening activities, which can be as
simple as a note-taking or/and summary writing task (both of which require minimal teacher preparation), then this becomes more focused and rewarding for the students. An easy way of pointing to
a variety of extra listening material on the Web is to set up a station for your class using Gigadial .
Gigadial is described as “a new approach to radio programming." You can use it to create a special channel for a particular group of learners and add any audio you want to it. This
allows you (and the learners too if they come across interesting content they want to share) to link to audio files of individual podcast episodes that are interesting to the group. Introduce
your learners to the concept of downloading audio via RSS (using iTunes, for example), and they will automatically receive extra listening that you choose as the course progresses.


If students don’t have an Internet connection or mp3 player, then you could always download the podcasts for them, and create a class audio library on CD. This is also a way of gently introducing
the idea of listening to podcasts to a group who are unfamiliar with the concept.


3. Creating podcasts with students


Apart from listening, it is also possible to use podcasts to extend the scope of the classroom by involving students in the creation and publishing of their own content for a real audience. You
can also start a podcast exchange project with another class and students from other parts of the world. And don’t be daunted by the prospect, as it now is very easy to do.


a) Creating and publishing student podcasts the easy way


The easiest way to create a podcast with students is to use one of the free automatic podcast creation sites such as Odeo or
Podomatic . Here are the stages you need to follow to be able to create a podcast at one of these sites:


First, register for an account. You’ll need to give a username, password and email address.

Next, check the confirmation email and click on the link. This will take you to your new podcasting homepage.

From here, you only need to click on one or two buttons (’Record Audio‘ at Odeo, and ‘Post Episode‘ at Podomatic) to record straight from your browser.

Afterwards, your audio is automatically published as a podcast.



These sites really take the hard work out of podcasting, and mean you do not have to bother with finding server space, setting up a blog or establishing an RSS feed. Without a doubt, it is the
quickest and best way to start, and means you can concentrate on the content of your podcast rather than technical aspects.


This way of producing a podcast is all very well if you have access to a computer lab where the students can record and post their own content. If your resources are limited and you want to
record learners in a classroom, edit the audio and then publish it later, do not despair, as you can still use the previously mentioned sites. Here’s how you do it:


First, record your students in class. Use a digital voice recorder or a portable mp3 player that can record your students.

Remove the unwanted sections and reorder the audio if necessary with audio editing software such as the free-to-download, easy to use Audacity .

Save the file as an mp3 file on your computer.

Upload the mp3 file to Odeo or Podomatic.



There is a limit to the storage space on these free sites, and although you can upgrade to a paid account (or create more than one), there are other ways of publishing podcasts.


b) Creating and publishing student podcasts the difficult way


Although it is beyond the scope of this article to give details, briefly, here’s what you’ll need to do:


Create the audio in Audacity, or using an mp3 recorder.

Upload the file to server space (you can always use free space provided by a site such as Ourmedia , where you will need
to register with the Internet Archive beforehand .

Set up a blog to act as home to your podcast. A good choice here is to use Edublogs .

Set up an RSS feed that supports podcasting at Feedburner and add the button to your blog. Even if your blog already
produces an RSS feed, it’s worth setting up a separate feed with Feedburner just in case you ever want to change your blog in the future. You can also set up different feeds on the same blog, and
so use it to have several podcasts.



If you would like to know more about this, you can always join the ELT Podcasting group, where you will find a helpful and friendly community of educators interested in podcasting: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/podcasting_elt/


4) Applications of student podcasts


Involving students in podcasting is still very much a developing area, but there is much to be said about involving learners in the act of publishing a podcast, especially if there is a real
audience out there, which the learners can detect. If this is the case, you should see learners become far more interested in the quality of their work. In the educational sphere, the best
example of how motivating this can be can be found by listening to any of the episodes of Bob Sprankle’s Room 208 podcast . It is a clear example of how the new "digital natives" (Prensky, 2001) can be totally engaged in learning. The primary
children of Bob Sprankle’s class produce a weekly podcast, reaching out of the classroom to their parents and anyone else who takes an interest in what they have to say. The effect that producing
content for a real audience beyond the classroom has had on student learning and motivation is an excellent model for how this type of publishing can be used to stimulate student education.


My own experience of producing a podcast with university studen