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yes!

By iamthemaster - Feb 28 2007
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awsum! awsum! awsum! Kevin bist awsum! and so is whatever I am writing about...

copycat!

By andreana!!!!! - Sep 20 2006
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o my gosh andrew! you copy cat i so wrote a review first hahaha ur cool mr.c!!!

iTunes Ratings

6 Ratings
Average Ratings
5
1
0
0
0

yes!

By iamthemaster - Feb 28 2007
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awsum! awsum! awsum! Kevin bist awsum! and so is whatever I am writing about...

copycat!

By andreana!!!!! - Sep 20 2006
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o my gosh andrew! you copy cat i so wrote a review first hahaha ur cool mr.c!!!
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Sound Bytes

Latest release on Jun 17, 2007

The Best Episodes Ranked Using User Listens

Updated by OwlTail 6 days ago

Rank #1: Space Elevators

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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.

Jun 17 2007

8mins

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Rank #2: Robot Vacuum Cleaners

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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.

Jun 17 2007

4mins

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Rank #3: How an MRI Works

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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.

Jun 17 2007

6mins

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Rank #4: Roller Coasters #2

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Patrick and Justin share their end-of-the-year science research project on “How Roller Coasters 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.

Jun 17 2007

3mins

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Rank #5: Roller Coasters #1

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Maddy and Jamie share their end-of-the-year science research project on “How Roller Coasters 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.

Jun 17 2007

5mins

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Rank #6: Making Cheese

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Alex and Zach share their end-of-the-year science research project on “How to Make Cheese.”

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.

Jun 17 2007

4mins

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Rank #7: Caffeine #1

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Clay and Noelle share their end-of-the-year science research project on “How Caffeine 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.

Jun 17 2007

5mins

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Rank #8: Blackholes

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Chris and Vipul share their end-of-the-year science research project on “How Black Holes 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.

Jun 17 2007

7mins

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Rank #9: Spring Band Concert – 8th Grade

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Band director, Matt Talbert, conducts the eighth grade band at Hanes Middle School in three selections: Acclamations, Two British Folk Songs, and the Great Locomotive Chase.

May 19 2007

17mins

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Rank #10: Spring Band Concert – 7th Grade

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Band director, Matt Talbert, conducts the seventh grade band at Hanes Middle School in two selections: Eagle Ridge and Engines of Resistance.

May 19 2007

7mins

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Rank #11: Spring Band Concert – 6th Grade

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Band director, Matt Talbert, conducts the sixth grade band at Hanes Middle School in two selections: Little Rondo and Comet Ride.

May 19 2007

5mins

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Rank #12: Harry Potter Spell Cast — Part 1

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Tyler Canada, Harry Potter wizardry expert, shares his favorite spells.

Spells discussed in this first podcast come from the J.K. Rowling books, movies, and video games: Accio, Alohamora, Expecto Patronum, Wingardium Leviosa, Bombarda, Lumos, Arania Exumai, Carpe Retractum, Glacius, and Incendio.

Apr 21 2007

3mins

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Rank #13: Sleeping in Class

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Clay, Noelle, and Anne introduce listeners to the fine art of sleeping in class.

As expert observers of the pastime among their seventh grade peers, they reveal time-honored tricks of the quick classroom nap.

Apr 18 2007

4mins

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Rank #14: Middle East Museum — 4000-500 BC

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Artifacts dating from 4000 – 500 BC can be found in this Middle East Museum podcast.

Seventh grade students constructed models of a famous building or object from their studies of the culture and civilizations of North Africa and the Middle East.

Each model is introduced and explained by the student or students who created it.

Apr 14 2007

9mins

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Rank #15: This I Believe — Family

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Family is Important, Honesty is Best, All About Pets, Never Lie to Your Parents, The Chain of Love, and Where Are You — 7th graders share their “This I Believe” essays.

Apr 03 2007

15mins

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Rank #16: Math Picture Book — Over the Bridge

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Abby Jameson, Avery Wells, and Hannah Young read their math picture book, “Over the Bridge.”

Mrs. Taylor’s 7th grade math classes at Hanes Middle School created math picture books to illustrate math concepts in real world situations. Students wrote and illustrated their own math picture book. This project integrated reading, writing and art into the world of math.

Mar 18 2007

7mins

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Rank #17: Math Picture Book — The Magic of Pi

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Caroline Stanek and Patrick Whitesides read their math picture book, “The Magic of Pi.”

Mrs. Taylor’s 7th grade math classes at Hanes Middle School created math picture books to illustrate math concepts in real world situations. Students wrote and illustrated their own math picture book. This project integrated reading, writing and art into the world of math.

Mar 03 2007

6mins

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Rank #18: Strange Facts #3

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Seventh graders Anne, Rioghnach, and Noelle continue with #3 in their podcasts series dealing with “Strange Facts.” This is the last show in the series.

It’s all about strange laws, earthquakes, the fear of vegetables, phobias, and English language paradoxes.

Feb 13 2007

4mins

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Rank #19: Animal Testing

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Clay Wash introduces listeners to the world of “Animal Testing.” Should it be allowed?

Sometimes things go wrong. Companies claim it is for ‘the good of the people.’ But is it? Do you believe that animals should be given cancer and terminal diseases? You decide…..

Jan 31 2007

2mins

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Rank #20: Strange Facts #1

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Seventh graders Anne, Rioghnach, and Noelle begin a new podcast series called “Strange Facts.”

It’s all about your wrist, Leap Day, Mother’s Day, the post office, drought-resistant rats, graffitti on cows, sheep, English speakers, whale hunting in Oklahoma, and elephants in North Carolina.

Jan 24 2007

3mins

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