Due: Tuesday November 20th by 11:59PM
For the second podcast, students will engage (in earnest) at least two course readings to develop a topic addressing a substantive and critical contemporary issue for and in feminist movement. Pro-tip: I strongly urge you to use the second podcast to begin working on the argument in/of your final essay.
- Length: 8-10 minutes (no less than 1250 words transcribed)
- Content: analysis of current feminist concern using at least two theories from course readings
- Embellishment: no more than 3.5 minutes total of non-narration; (combine time for effects, music, and if you interview someone or play clips of an interview)
- How to submit: Email professor tweeted link, signed Release Of Course Materials For Public Availability, and transcription in one email (name your file: e.g. “last name_second podcast”).
- When to submit: Tuesday November 20th by 11:59PM
Details (the bits and pieces of the assignment)
- Research podcasts
- Research podcasts (ongoing, same as before)
- Don’t forget that you will cite the podcasts you used as research sources/inspiration at the end of the podcast transcription. Try new ones!
- Research podcasts (ongoing, same as before)
- Draft script
- Don’t forget to include an intro that tells who is speaking, the date the podcast was produced, and where the speaker is located.
- Check in with professor byFriday November 9th.
- Review the trainings! Here is the information from the trainings: Podcasts: Finding Sounds, Images, and Sources
- Practice narration: record script raw for timing and flow
- Practice narration: record script with audio/effects for timing and flow
- Produce podcast; edit with music and effects
- Make your podcast accessible
- Transcribe audio podcasts for hearing-impaired audiences
- Be sure to describe in transcription any sound effects or music
- Write description of podcast for twitter sharing; don’t forget to account for the course hashtag #femthry18
- Publish your podcast on Soundcloud
- Share your podcast with the class by tweeting a link to your podcast (with the description) by Sunday November 18th
Don’t forget to cite sound clips, podcast inspirations, and theorists used.
|Introduction||1 point||.5 point||Possible||Earned|
|Catchy and clever introduction. Provides relevant information and establishes a clear purpose engaging the listener immediately.||Describes the topic and engages the audience as the introduction proceeds.||Somewhat engaging (covers well-known topic), and provides a vague purpose.||0.75|
|Tells who is speaking, date the podcast was produced, and where the speaker is located.||Tells most of the following: who is speaking, date of the podcast, and location of speaker.||Alludes to who is speaking, date of the podcast, and location of speaker.||0.25|
|Content||9 points||6 points|
|Creativity and original content enhance the purpose of the podcast in an innovative way. Accurate information and succinct concepts are presented.||Accurate information is provided succinctly.||Some information is inaccurate or long-winded.||3|
|Concepts from class two readings and discussions integrated into language.||Concepts introduced are appropriate.||Concepts introduced are adequate.||3|
|Podcasts cited and used as inspiration noted somehow-content, aesthetics, etc.||Mentions podcasts used as inspiration; influence is made clear. (You can do this at the end. End your podcast wait a beat and then cite sources and shout outs.)||Podcasts vaguely referenced.||2|
|Keeps focus on the topic/prompt.||Stays on the topic.||Occasionally strays from the topic.||0.5|
|Conclusion clearly summarizes key information and offers a forward thinking reflection on the question at hand.||Conclusion summarizes information.||Conclusion vaguely summarizes key information||0.5|
|Delivery (Script)||3 points||1.5 points|
|Transcription and Citations||Accurate transcription; citations included/works cited||Transcription does not match narration; missing citations||1|
|Well rehearsed, smooth delivery in a conversational style.||Rehearsed, smooth delivery.||Appears unrehearsed with uneven delivery.||1|
|Highly effective enunciation, expression, and rhythm keep the audience listening.||Enunciation, expression, pacing are effective.||Enunciation, expression, rhythm are sometimes distracting.||1|
|Technical Production||2 points||1 point|
|Transitions are smooth and spaced correctly without noisy, dead space.||Transitions are smooth with a minimal amount of ambient noise.||Transitions are uneven with inconsistent spacing; ambient noise is present.||0.75|
|Volume of voice, music, and effects enhance the presentation.||Volume is acceptable.||Volume is occasionally inconsistent.||0.5|
|Podcast meets length requirements. 8-10 minutes||0.25|
|Emailed/Met Professor about Idea||0.25|
|Release Form Signed.||0.25|