Create to Learn Unit 3, Lesson 6: Podcasting

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Unit 3: Music and Recording CREATE TO LEARN 1. Still Here, Still Healing (Jade Roberts) A podcast that brings awareness to the history and lasting impacts of residential schools as well as the ongoing impacts of colonization. Listen to stories from residential school survivors and learn from discussions with Indigenous youth about topics such as culture, language, identity, and community. https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/still-here-still-healing/id1461722951 2. This Place Based on the acclaimed graphic novel anthology, This Place is a 10-part journey through one-hundred and fifty years of Indigenous resistance and resilience. Through dramatizations and interviews, along with your host and time-guide storyteller Rosanna Deerchild, the series reveals the heroes, battles, triumphs and traditions which live outside and beyond the national story we have been taught ... to learn, to share, and to heal the future of "this place" we call Canada. https://www.cbc.ca/listen/cbc-podcasts/1020-this-place 3. All My Relations All My Relations is a team of folks who care about representations, and how Native peoples are represented in mainstream media. Between us we have decades of experience working in and with Native communities, and writing and speaking about issues of representation https://www.allmyrelationspodcast.com/who-we-are 4. Finding Cleo [May not be school-appropriate and deals with the sensitive topic of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls - Strong Trigger Warning] Where is Cleo? It's a mystery her family has been trying to unravel for decades after the young Cree girl was apprehended by child welfare workers in Saskatchewan in the 1970's. Her siblings say she was stolen, and then raped and murdered while trying to hitchhike back home, her body left at the side of the road somewhere in the United States. They have no idea where she is, whether her name was changed, or if anyone has been charged in her murder. https://www.cbc.ca/radio/findingcleo/click-here-to-listen-to-missing-murdered-finding- cleo-1.4557887 ACQUIRE: PODCASTING BY JADE ROBERTS Have students read "Podcasting" by Jade Roberts found on pages 118 - 133 of the Create to Learn textbook. Alternatively, students can watch her lesson here: https://www.createtolearn.ca/ tutorial-episodes/podcasting-1 To debrief the reading, ask the class the following questions: 1. What podcast show is Jade the creator and host of? 2. What apps does Jade use to record her podcast? 3. What equipment does Jade use? 4. How does Jade share her podcast onto Apply, Spotify and Google? APPLY: PLANNING YOUR PODCAST Inform the class that they will have the opportunity to create their own podcast episodes. Ideally, students should pair up to interview each other on their experiences engaging in the Music and Recording unit! Each student can be a host of an episode, and practice editing their podcasts and adding special effects as desired. This way each student will also have the opportunity to be interviewed on their partner's podcast. Podcast episodes should be between 15-30 minutes long. First, have students create a list of interview questions they will ask their partners. Next, have students plan their introductions, describing the title of their podcast and about the host.

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