Adobe Creative Cloud Across the Curriculum: A Guide for Students and TeachersMain MenuIntroduction: What Do You Want to Create Today?Adobe Creative Cloud Across the CurriculumAdobe Creative Cloud: What Is It? How Does It Work?Adobe Creative Cloud Across the CurriculumImages: Photographs, Illustrations, GraphicsAdobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Spark PostPrint: Magazines, Books, Documents, ResumesAdobe InDesign, AcrobatAudiovisual: Video, Film, AnimationAdobe Premiere Pro, Audition, After Effects, Premiere Clip, and Spark VideoSound: Podcast, Soundtrack, Voice-over, MusicAdobe Audition, Premiere ProWebs: Website, Mobile App, ebookAdobe Muse, Dreamweaver, Spark Page, XD, InDesignPresentation: Speech, Lecture, Talk, PitchAdobe Spark Page, InDesignPortfolio: Showcase, Dossier, CollectionAdobe Portfolio and BehanceTodd Taylor040585dacbb7e1caa116d4fd9bc26ee5feb34450
6D: Gallery of Teaching Modules and Student Work
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In this unit, students will create a poetry podcast using Adobe Audition to showcase a poem by reading it aloud and explaining its historical context, formal features, and major themes. Students will offer a context, reading, and interpretation of a poem to make their chosen poem more accessible to a general audience. In doing so, students will practice critical, close reading skills, oral presentation skills, and research skills with the goals of increasing understanding of and fostering appreciation for poetry.
In this module, groups of 4-5 students will use Adobe Audition to create podcasts detailing the various facets of a cultural institution (farmer’s market, gaming club, museum, etc.) that interests them. During their podcast, students will engage in a combination of non-fiction, journalism, and anthropological ethnography to report on their observations and conclusions about their chosen institution. The podcast should include observations, quoted audio from interview subjects as well as paraphrase, and, if appropriate, music and diegetic sound to help provide narrative shape and transitions. In creating these podcasts, students will strengthen their ability to participate in discourses within various social science and communications fields.