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4 Ways to Integrate Podcasts into Elementary Instruction

Listenwise elementary podcasts work in remote, hybrid, and in-class learning. Lessons can be taught synchronously, by playing an audio story for the class and projecting the interactive transcript on a screen, or asynchronously. Questions and listening organizers can be printed, or students can submit their work online. Quizzes can be assigned by the teacher or…

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Elementary Podcast Sources on Listenwise

We are excited to work with new podcasts made especially for young people in our elementary collection!  Earth RangersThe Past and the CuriousTumbleBook Club for KidsThe Good Words PodcastBut Why from Vermont Public RadioBedtime HistoryStory SeedsKojo for KidsExtra ScoopsBrains On!Stories Podcast Read more about each source, see sample podcast lessons, and learn how you might…

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The Best Podcast Lessons for Elementary Students!

We are excited to share our rapidly growing collection of over 350 podcasts for elementary students! We’ve heard loud and clear the desire for audio in the elementary classroom as students are learning to read and transitioning to reading to learn. These simpler stories also help English language learners at WIDA level 2 and greater…

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Teaching with Podcasts in the Elementary Classroom

The connection between listening and reading makes a clear case for using audio stories to promote literacy, and Listenwise brings over 2500 great podcasts to elementary, middle- and high-school classrooms. Below we show you, step by step, how one elementary teacher used an audio story to engage her students in the topic of bird migration….

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Listening Comprehension Matters

Join Listenwise today to access podcast lessons from the best non-fiction storytellers and the largest library of listening comprehension quizzes for the classroom.

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