Prairie Center staff is working with the Franklin Middle School Boys Club Girls Club satellite program to teach students the basics of recording and producing a podcast.
Lessons 1 through 4 will include education and hands on experience for 40 to 45 minutes of our 60 minute class. The last 15 to 20 minutes of class, students will discuss topics surrounding sexual violence prevention such as gender roles, how to change negative social norms in a positive way, and dealing with unrealistic expectations and rejection.
In lesson 5, the students will be guests on PCASA’s podcast Prevention Is NOW and will be recorded. PCASA staff will moderate the discussion. Students will only identify themselves by their first name and can choose to use a pseudonym if they would prefer.
In lesson 6, the student will have a chance to edit and do post production work on the podcast they recorded the previous week.
The podcast will be published at Anchor.FM/Preventionisnow.
Lesson 1: Overview
Why do people podcast
What do you need to get started
What are the different types of podcasts
Lesson 2: Recording Basics
Adjusting and balancing levels
Lesson 3: Editing Basics
How to edit on a digital platform
Lesson 4: Post Production
Adding Music and sound effects
Mixing down to a final product
Lesson 5: Record a podcast
Students will be a guest on the PCASA podcast Prevention Is NOW! discussing gender roles
Lesson 6: Edit and Produce a podcast
Students will work on editing and doing post production on the podcast recorded in Lesson 5.
If you would like to find out more about PCASA’s Prevention and Podcasting Series, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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