- heritage education, history
- In the Dutch curriculum it is part of Kerndoel Kunstzinnige oriëntatie 55 – 56
- Children learn how (local) radio functions and how a radio reporter work.
- Together with a local radiostation they broadcast their own report on radio in which they use a meaningful place in their own surroundings which is also of interest for the listener.
- (if possible) a local radio station
- 60 minutes
- 60-90 minutes
- 60-90 minutes
- 45 minutes
Plan of activities:
- About radio: They learn about radio reporting and the differences of local and national broadcasting. They do a small research of about local radio (also see a filminterview): what kind of news do the broadcast, how does a reporter works, what kind of content is interesting?
- Reporting ‘a distinct view’: They start experimenting with recording an item in the school and practice in perception and imagination by using all their senses when looking at something. They use a recording- app on their smartphone: Hi-Q mp3 Voice Recording Free
- A real radio-report: depending on the option the teacher choose the pupils make a serieus radio report about an interesting place in their direct surrounding (think of a monument, landscape, object etc). They make us of supporting material like checklist- questions about: what do you see? What do you know? What can you imagine?
- Presenting and evaluating: in the classroom they listen together to the different reports and choose two of their best items for broadcasting
– Recording- app on their smartphone: Hi-Q mp3 Voice Recording Free
– Supporting material: technical instructions, reporting questions and checklists.
Radio Lokaal – een radioverslag maken over een lokale, bijzondere plek
Radio Locale – un rapporto della radio di un luogo speciale locale
|Age||10 to 12+ years|
Landschap Erfgoed Utrecht