What happens when students do not get proper support in their school? In his podcast, Fazli Qadir, a student at Ulkat College Prep in Chicago, discusses the challenges, stigmas, and strengths of the Neurodivers population in the United States. Students assigned to the classroom.
Carnegie-Bound: Inside Ramsay High’s sophisticated choir class
The choir students at IB High School in Ramsay, Ala Birmingham, are preparing for a performance at Carnegie Hall alone, and ninth-graders Rain Jones, Darius Moore and Jocelyn Walker are here to record everything. Their podcast touches on what they have learned about stage horror, creative self-discovery and black history along the way.
Did Jack Dawson die?
“Do we really have to cry at the end? Titanic? ” Cicero asks Samantha Quiroga, a student at Morton East High School in Illinois. The podcast investigates an iconic movie scene where (Spoiler Alert!) Character Rose escapes from the frozen water in a portion of a door while her romantic interest, Jack, dies in hypothermia in the water. Samantha provides her own opinion about the movie she has seen “more than 100 times”, one mentions Mythbuster The episode manages to get an expert opinion and conducts its own interview to get to the bottom of the question that has plagued us since 1997: What was the place for Jack at that door?
Middle school entry: molasses, protective hair style and NVM, IDK
Extraordinary disaster: The 1919 Boston Molasses Flood
I would rather draw attention to, ahem, Glue Status. Eighth graders Alma Woods and Ella Harvath at Clearwater Fundamental Middle School in Clearwater, Fla., Use their entrances to guide us through the real catastrophe of the Boston Molasses flood, an incident that flooded millions of gallons of molasses on city streets. Based on historical research, the podcast is very detailed, (albeit fictional) with interviews and their storytelling takes you to the scene, where you can learn how fast molasses can move.
Black hair care
You can learn a lot from your mom. In her podcast, Ariel Lawrence of Chestnut Hill Middle School in Liverpool, NY, interviews her mother, a licensed cosmetologist, about black hair care. We learned how hair care methods have been passed down through the generations of women in Ariel’s family – from trimming to moisturizing. Ariel and her mother discuss her mother’s hair journey – navigating the curl pattern, relaxing, and her decision to be normal.
Btw to NVM ID. These are all textism. Explained by Dillon Grimaldi and Liam Azoui at the Indian Hill School in Holmdale, NJ, textism is so prevalent in today’s language world that it influences test scores. Hold on to your criticism, though – some sections have found positive results! Students discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the text with their literacy teacher and a professional copywriter.