Purpose and objectives

Participants will be able to hear the radio dramas done and performed by the students via podcasts, featuring their favorite classical authors, such as Cervantes, Shakespeare, Moliere, and Edgar Allan Poe. They will provided with a flyer to consult the methodology of the project and a qr code that will link them to examples of our radio dramas.

In class, our 11th grade students, enjoyed the literature classics and performed radio dramas adapting these stories into a format, but in a creative and innovative way. Using the technology at hand, such as smartphones, iPods and MacBooks, the students will be able to engage with the audience with their very own adaptation, having intelligent and creative dialogs, and jaw dropping endings, honoring these ever trending classics.

This podcast project, allows our students to develop their creativity, not only by using the technological resources at hand, but also their oral expression through the recording of characters and their different voices with their very own intonation, rhythm, voice modulation and tone, always having in mind the dialogues written by them, and the historic and cultural weight of the characters they are bringing to life, with our students point of view. Come and experience our project and learn how to produce your own radio drama with the help from our students. Learn the techniques and tips in our blog link.



Radio Drama Project

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The Case Of The Perfect Maid.m4a



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Three blind mice.m4a



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The tape-measure murder.m4a 2



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