Sound Bytes

By Sound Bytes

About this podcast   English    United States

Students at Hanes Middle School have created audio clips to let visitors savor the middle school experience. Check out our school web site at -- HanesMS.org and our podcast collection at http://tclauset.org/wpa/
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Sound Bytes

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June 17, 2007
Will and Kevin share their end-of-the-year science research project on “How X-Rays Work.” These podcasts were created by 7th grade students in Mr. Clauset’s science classes at Hanes Middle School in May – June of 2007. All of the research, graphics, and audio were created entirely by students. Students recorded their script, edited it in audio editing software, added sound, and then compiled the “enhanced podcast” in Garageband on a Mac.
June 17, 2007
Caroline and Andreana share their end-of-the-year science research project on “How Wind Turbines Work.” These podcasts were created by 7th grade students in Mr. Clauset’s science classes at Hanes Middle School in May – June of 2007. All of the research, graphics, and audio were created entirely by students. Students recorded their script, edited it in audio editing software, added sound, and then compiled the “enhanced podcast” in Garageband on a Mac.
June 17, 2007
Kim and Rachel share their end-of-the-year science research project on “How Synesthesia Works.” These podcasts were created by 7th grade students in Mr. Clauset’s science classes at Hanes Middle School in May – June of 2007. All of the research, graphics, and audio were created entirely by students. Students recorded their script, edited it in audio editing software, added sound, and then compiled the “enhanced podcast” in Garageband on a Mac.
June 17, 2007
Rioghnach shares her end-of-the-year science research project on “How Submarines Work.” These podcasts were created by 7th grade students in Mr. Clauset’s science classes at Hanes Middle School in May – June of 2007. All of the research, graphics, and audio were created entirely by students. Students recorded their script, edited it in audio editing software, added sound, and then compiled the “enhanced podcast” in Garageband on a Mac.
June 17, 2007
Sharon shares her end-of-the-year science research project on “How Stealth Technology Works.” These podcasts were created by 7th grade students in Mr. Clauset’s science classes at Hanes Middle School in May – June of 2007. All of the research, graphics, and audio were created entirely by students. Students recorded their script, edited it in audio editing software, added sound, and then compiled the “enhanced podcast” in Garageband on a Mac.
June 17, 2007
Anne shares her end-of-the-year science research project on “How Space Elevators Work.” These podcasts were created by 7th grade students in Mr. Clauset’s science classes at Hanes Middle School in May – June of 2007. All of the research, graphics, and audio were created entirely by students. Students recorded their script, edited it in audio editing software, added sound, and then compiled the “enhanced podcast” in Garageband on a Mac.
June 17, 2007
Ryan and Emmanuel share their end-of-the-year science research project on “How Scuba Tanks Work.” These podcasts were created by 7th grade students in Mr. Clauset’s science classes at Hanes Middle School in May – June of 2007. All of the research, graphics, and audio were created entirely by students. Students recorded their script, edited it in audio editing software, added sound, and then compiled the “enhanced podcast” in Garageband on a Mac.
June 17, 2007
Alex and Jesse share their end-of-the-year science research project on “How Robot Vacuum Cleaners Work.” These podcasts were created by 7th grade students in Mr. Clauset’s science classes at Hanes Middle School in May – June of 2007. All of the research, graphics, and audio were created entirely by students. Students recorded their script, edited it in audio editing software, added sound, and then compiled the “enhanced podcast” in Garageband on a Mac.
June 17, 2007
Melissa and Margaret share their end-of-the-year science research project on “How Refrigerators Work.” These podcasts were created by 7th grade students in Mr. Clauset’s science classes at Hanes Middle School in May – June of 2007. All of the research, graphics, and audio were created entirely by students. Students recorded their script, edited it in audio editing software, added sound, and then compiled the “enhanced podcast” in Garageband on a Mac.
June 17, 2007
Eric and Andrew share their end-of-the-year science research project on “How MRIs Work.” These podcasts were created by 7th grade students in Mr. Clauset’s science classes at Hanes Middle School in May – June of 2007. All of the research, graphics, and audio were created entirely by students. Students recorded their script, edited it in audio editing software, added sound, and then compiled the “enhanced podcast” in Garageband on a Mac.
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