Semester 2: Week 1

The podcast is back.  This week features a brief review of Chapter 7 in prep for this week's BA test. G'luck kids!

 

Mini Cast: 10/15

This is a mini cast by Emily (from 7th hour) covering the day's lessons for 10/15.  This is specially targeted to support students who are absent.

Episode 6: Chapter 2 and more

Kit and Liz are the hosts today with a fun overview of chapter 2.  Things are getting trickier and trickier as we add more rules of logic to the mix, as well as keeping you up to date on key theorems and postulates.

Episode 5: Recap of Chapter 1

Chris, Emilo and James do a little flashback to our first chapter here.  A bit off the mark (recent events guys) but still good for those who want to start prepping for the final exam (or midterm or whatever you call it in January).  They also provide a little comentary on how they thought they did and fess up to some of their mistakes.

Episode 4: Starting Chapter 2

A full gaggle of netcasters this week (Lauren, Sydney, Jess and Jena) sit down to get you started on chapter 2:  Logic and Reasoning.  Give a listen to the first two sections and everything you need to know to get started.  Email is of course welcome to geotreehouse@yahoo.com

 

Episode 3: Pairs of Angles

With a looming BA test, Foxtrot and Chacha sum up everything you need to know about angles, angle pairs and the last block of definitions.

Ep2: Continuing Chap. 1

Eva and Isabel take this episode to bring everyone up to date with what we have been doing.  Our next exam is the week of 9/24, so here's a chance to catch up with we're doing.

Want some more guidelines?

For those working on this project I have a short list of some other podcasts I follow to help give you some perspective on where to head with this.  Podcasts are, as I have said, no more than a speech you record.  How informal or fun you make it is up to you.  The important thing is that you communicate your ideas to your audience.  That said, here are a few to give you an idea of some that I like to listen to:

This Week in Tech:  http://www.twit.tv/  This is a fun round table of tech nerds talking about the latest news.  I consider this one of the best, yet casual, podcasts out there.

 Blueshift:  http://astrophysics.gsfc.nasa.gov/outreach/podcast/episodes.html  A less updated podcast this is a great example of a podcast that tries to be informative and fun at the same time.

Galatica Watercooler:  http://www.galacticawatercooler.com/  A podcast for fans of the show Battlestar Galactica, this is a good example of 3 friends sitting down and recording a podcast because they like a given topic enough to babble about it.

Treks in Sci Fi:  www.treksf.com  This is another fan cast put out by a single person and a good example of how much can be done with a little planning and a lot of dedication.  Rico puts out a new episode every week reviewing an episode of one of the many Star Trek serieses.

If you have any questions, concerns or thoughts, please see me for help.

-- Mr. O

 

Ep1: Humble Beginnings

This 'cast, Haley and Eri give you an overview of ALL the postulates and Definitions you need to get started.  There's a lot of them, so have a pencil ready.

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