Allanah's Appleby Showcase




  • Morgan Enhanced Podcast

    16/11/2014 Duração: 19s

    Made as a podcast in Garageband '11

  • Summer- School Councillor

    28/04/2010 Duração: 02min

    This week we decided who are school councillors for the next couple of terms. Summer made a great job of making a speech to encourage her classmates to vote for her. She took the Easi-speak home and after a few practice goes managed to record her speech. Well done, Summer.

  • My Dream

    05/04/2010 Duração: 01min

    My Dream Last night I had a funny dream, I blew up my balloon, Then held on tight, jumped into space, And landed on the moon. The people there looked very strange, Three eyes and one green nose. They had six legs and walked like crabs, With corks instead of toes. They showed me all around the place, Then gave me things to eat, A nasty drink that looked like ink, And funny tasting meat. They said,"Now come and see our king, He's grand- his nose is red." I said, "No thanks," and shut my eyes, And woke up home in bed. Jeanette Lingard.

  • What Mum Says

    19/03/2010 Duração: 01min

    When Mum says, "I'll be there in a minute." She really means, I'll be at least another half-hour." But when Mum says "I want this room tidied NOW, or there'll be trouble." She really, really means it! A poem by Margaret Schroder New Zealand School Journal

  • My Other Jandal

    10/02/2010 Duração: 34s

    Here we are on another school year at Appleby School. We are concentrating on making our voices the best that we can. To do that we record ourselves, play it back and discuss how we might improve and then re-record. Here is our first attempt for 2010. It is based on a poem, My Other Jandal' by Don Franks. My Other Jandal by Don Fanks Have you seen my other jandal? I had it just before. It shouldn’t be too hard to find- It’s somewhere on the shore. It disappeared all by itself When I was in the waves, And that’s the way my other jandal Usually behaves. The jandal photo was taken by Michael Fawcett

  • Interview with Mr Cook

    17/08/2009 Duração: 05min

    Mr Cook is Keeley's grandfather and he used to go to Appleby School 58 years ago. We interviewed him about his school days at Appleby School. 2.8MB 5 minutes 11 seconds

  • Interview with Nadia's Dad

    16/08/2009 Duração: 07min

    We are learning how to interview people to find out more about them and to follow up with open ended questions. We are also learning about how schools were in days gone by. Appleby School is soon to celebrate 150 years. That is quite an achievement. 5MB 7 minutes

  • Chunky Chalks

    23/05/2009 Duração: 01min

    This week's podcast was made to describe how we made chalk. The instructions are in New Zealand School Journal Pt 2 No 4 2000. School Journals are a wonderful resource for reading for NZ children. It was a bit of a competition between two groups to see who could manage their group better to produce a clear well constructed audio file. 2.4 MB 1 minute

  • River Bugs

    15/05/2009 Duração: 03min

    River Bugs by Jan Trafford. Based on a NZ School Journal Story Part One, Number One, 2001. For reading this week Kakapo group made this radio play of Jan's article about a water adventure on the Buller River, near Nelson. Kakapo group were focussed on reading with fluency, expression and clarity. They would love some feedback on how they might improve their oral skills the next time they read aloud for a audience. 3 minutes 18 seconds 5MB

  • Mother's Day

    09/05/2009 Duração: 03min

    We have been thinking about all of the wonderful ways that our mothers help us. Mothers are such a treasure. 3MB 3 minutes 20 seconds

  • River Safety Rules

    19/02/2009 Duração: 02min

    This week at school we have been learning about water safety in, on or around water. Because rivers are the most dangerous places for drownings in New Zealand we have been learning a whole heap of water safety rules for around rivers and lakes. Listen carefully because one of these rules may save your life one day. 4.1Mb 2 minutes 7 seconds

  • Fun Swimming

    16/02/2009 Duração: 01min

    After a year with myself on leave we are back podcasting. Just to remind myself of the process using iLfe09 I thought I would make a quick podcast. This week is swim week and we started off the classroom component by telling stories we have had in, on and near the water. Grace told this entertaining story of an encounter with some eels. 1.2 MB One minute 15 seconds

  • School Tour Interview

    31/07/2008 Duração: 08min

    At the end of last term Discover IT Tasman teachers and principals went on tour of a few Nelson Schools. Brightwater School was the first on our list and we learnt much about the the journey taken by Brightwater School to cater for their 21st century learners from Janice Gulbranson. Well worth sharing. 8.8MB 8 minutes 55 seconds

  • 'The Lost Thing' Book Review

    24/11/2007 Duração: 01min

    Kieran, Zach and Josh got together to create this podcast about Shaun Tan's book, The Lost Thing. You can hear how much they enjoyed the graphics and storyline. 1.4MB 1 minute 52 seconds

  • Revolting Rhymes

    20/11/2007 Duração: 02min

    Today while the Year Five children were at Inter-school Athletic Sports the Year Fours made a few podcasts. In this one Georgina, Miriam and Amberley chose to share Roald Dahl's Revolting Rhymes with you. 1.8MB 2 minutes 10 seconds

  • Grant - our bus driver

    19/11/2007 Duração: 03min

    We are learning about people's occupations and we thought we would interview Grant, our school bus driver. Grant is a great bus driver who helps us get to and from school safely. 4MB 3 minutes 53 seconds

  • Who Gets Tiger?

    31/10/2007 Duração: 03min

    After reading the School Journal story, 'Who Gets Tiger?" we decided to record the story and take photos of our classroom fish to illustrate it. We found out that taking photos of fish is really hard. That's why lots of the photos are a bit blurry! Our classroom fish are pretty special- one was named by us, one was named by children at Cefn Fforest School in Wales and one was named by children at Binghamton Elementary School in New York. Here is our post about it. 3.8MB 3 minutes 25 seconds

  • Stickers

    18/10/2007 Duração: 01min

    Stickers are the latest fashion at Appleby School. All the girls are spending their playtimes and lunchtimes swapping and trading stickers. Everyone has their favourites. Which are yours? 1.9MB 1minute 35 seconds

  • Georgina's Composiion

    27/09/2007 Duração: 31s

    Georgina composed this music by herself using the Apple application Garageband. I never taught her how to do this- she taught herself. 612KB 36 seconds

  • Jordan's Baby Brother

    11/08/2007 Duração: 34s

    Towards the end of last term I gave children free reign to create podcasts of their choice and create music with Garageband. Jordan chose to make this podcast using the memorised template that we often use to scaffold our podcasts. She had previously taken home my camera to take photos of her family's newest arrival, baby Luke. Luke is really a child of the 21st century- his first podcast! The photo was composed using Scrapblog and captured using the wonderful new tool, Skitch 404 KB 34 seconds

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