Posted on January 14, 2015 Updated on January 13, 2015
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St. James Grade 6 Creates Radio Drama
By Joshua Anson
Jason Wellwood, LU Radio Manager, is helping St. James Public school’s Grade 6 class create a radio drama/ads for a broadcast over the next month, to learn about a different media and what goes into it.
The class grouped up to get ideas for comedy and for drama. “We spent a lot of time doing call signs-which identifies the radio station. Everyone got a chance to hear their own voice”, Connor Kocia-Dack said from last year.
Students will have 50 minutes of air time and there will be student-made commercials. “Students got into groups and rehearsed and recorded the clips they came up with”, Mr. Purdon said.
Ads will also be included on the radio station as well. It was a success last year, and this year will be better than before.
St.james grade 6 LU radio
Jason wellwood radio manager of LU radio is coming to St.james grade 6 class to do a radio drama broadcast. This will be taking place at St.james next month and students will learn about a different media and what goes into it.
They have aprox 50 minutes for recording the radio drama “we spent a lot of time doing call signs-witch identifies the radio station. Everyone got to hear own voice”. “We interviewed different people last year”.
Grade 6 LTTA Project
LU radio station manger, Jason Wellwood, will be with St.James Public schools grade 6 class for over the next month creating a radio drama whitch will be aired on LU Radio in the near furture. The purpose of this is to expose the kids to a new type and what goes in to making it.
The boradcast is goijng to be aprrox. 50mins with stundent made Ads made be the class themslevles. There will be 2 25min sticts, Comdey and Sci-fi or if possible combined. “It will be different from last year because, we interviewed teachers last year” Chole said (A stundent from last years class.)
Connor said “We spent a lot of time doing call-signs whitch bascillay indentifys the radio station. (For example “Like this LU radio 102.7fm) and lets us hear our own vocie.”
The boradcast will air somtime in the near furture on LU Radio 102.7fm so be sure to turn into Lu radio because its surely going to, be, a, hit!
the Lu radio is coming to st James school Jason well-wood is coming to st James
Jason Well-wood is the radio manger at the Lu the grade 6 are going to do radio and drama the class spent a lot of time doing call sings-which identifies the radio station everybody got a chance to hear their own voice
LU RADIO VISITS ST JAMES SCHOOL
By: Cheryl Barry
Jason Wellwood, the radio manager creates radio drama with St. James grade six students. He will be visiting St. James over the next month, so they can learn a different media and what goes into it.
They will at least get 50mins of airtime at St. James also; they got to do signs, which identifies the radio station. Everyone got a chance to hear their voice, according to Connor. They got to interview different people last year, according to Chloe who was there last year. Mr. Purdon said “students got to into groups and rehearsed and recorded the clips they came up with”
The grade six students are really excited for this event! They are making a radio drama with Jason Wellwood. This month is very important to them.
Grade 6 ltta radio
Jason wellwood, radio manager of Lu radio, is coming to St. James public school to do a radio drama, and a radio comedy, and also to learn about a different type of media.
Jason will be going to St. James for over a month, doing several things with the grade sixes, including about 50 minutes of their drama and comedy, and teaching them how to make a radio broadcast.
Lu Radio at St.James
Jason wellwood, the Lu Radio manager, is coming to St.James School to show Mr.Purdon’s grade 6 class different types of media and to create a Radio drama and ads for broadcast over the next mouth. Mr.Purdon’s class is doing sci-fi and comedy for there Radio drama.When they are on Lu Radio they will have probley around 50 minutes to do Radio drama. Chole said “we interviewed different people last year”.Connor said “We spent a lot of time doing call signs witch identifies the Radio station. And every one got a chance to hear there own voice”. Mr.Purdon’s grade 6 class can’t wait to go on Lu Radio.
LU Radio Visits St. James!
Within the next month, Jason Wellwood, manager of LU Radio in Thunder Bay is coming to St. James Public School to help Mr. Purdon’s grade 6 class create a radio drama and help educate the class on radio.
This is nothing new to some of the kids in the class. However, for the new people who have just joined the class this year, this will be a new experience entirely. For example, Chloe, a student from the previous year said “It was cool take microphones around the school and interview different people.” Keira, a student who was just introduced to the class this year said “I’m so excited because I’ve never actually recorded and aired a radio drama, and I love fictional stories.”
It is great that students are being exposed to different types of media because they’re often surrounded by electronics and more new pieces of technology. So it will be great for the grade 6 students to experience different types of media that they are not often exposed to. Maybe by listening and creating radio will help them appreciate radio more in the future
LU Radio comes to St. James Public School!
Jason Wellwood of LU Radio is coming to our school which is St. James to teach our grade 6 class about different media and what goes into it and he will be here over the next month.
Jason will be coming to our school to help us and broadcast a radio drama first he will be coming to our class to talk to us about radio and the different types of music and arts that go on the radio. He will also talk to us about what his job is and how he does it. We are doing a radio drama on Day of the Triffids and we are changing it up a bit and by the end of practice we will be putting it on the radio and we created a radio drama but Jason will we here to talk to us and help us do this and we are lucky to have him and we get to see what he does when he is in control of the radio and what he does every day and he will talk to us about all the stuff and all the sound effects and what he does.
We are lucky to have him in because we get to learn what he does every day when he is in the radio station for LU Radio.
LU RADIO VISITS ST.JAMES SCHOOL.
Jason Wellwood,THe LU Radio manager,will visit St.James school’s grade 6 class.Over the next month, this class will try to make a radio drama.The grade 6 class is doing this because, they have to learn about a different type of media and what goes into it.
This class is studying a radio drama to learn what goes into it and why.They try to make a radio broadcast to see how a radio works.Connor says”We spent a lot of time doing call signs -which identifies the radio station.Everyone got a chance to hear their own voice”.Their classroom teacher, Mr.Purdon, says”students got into groups and rehearsed and recorded their clips they came up with”.
The grade 6 class is excited to do this media project with Jason Wellwood,the LU radio manager,because they get to go on the broadcast studio and they get to talk live on the LU radio in the next month.
St. James and LU Radio Make Radio Drama.
Jason Wellwood, manager of LU radio, and the grade sixes of St. James public school, will be meting together throughout the next month at St. James to create a radio drama, and teach the students about different types of media, and what goes into it.
The radio show will be approximately 50 minutes of air time, which will include two radio dramas, and fake commercials. The grades sixes believe that they will be doing a science fiction and comedy drama for the show. Each show will be about 25 minutes long. Lots of the students are very excited. When asked how she feels about doing the show, Sylvia says “I’m really excited! It was an amazing experience last year!”
Doing a radio show may be fun, but there is a lot of construction that goes into it. Connor says “We spent a lot of time doing call signs-which identifies the radio station. Everyone got a chance to hear their own voice.” Sometimes, when the grades sixes are recording, there will be background noises. Sylvia says “Jason took out the background noises and ads music.”
Everyone is super excited. Chloe says “Jason’s really fun! I can’t wait to see the editing proses again! It was really cool last year
Lu Radios worker, Jason WellWood, comes to St. James School.
By Lennox Michon
Jason is the audio manager for Lu Radio. Jason will come to St. James School somewhere this month.
Jason comes to St. James to create a radio broadcast with the grade 6 Class. Jason comes over with special equipment to record students for Lu Radio. Students at St. James have created radio dramas to put on the radio. There will be approximately 50 minutes of air time. Another interesting thing is that in between the radio drama, the students have also made their own commercials to put on the broadcast.
We have interviewed some students that were in the grade 6 class last year. Conner said, ‘’ we spent a lot of time doing call signs which identifies the radio station. Everyone got a chance to hear their own voice.’’ Chloe said, “We interviewed different people last year.” Mr. Purdon, the grade 6 class teacher, said, “Students got into groups and released and recorded the clips they came up with.” What an exciting Story!
Last year, Jason offered the grade 6 class to come to his studio where they broadcasted but didn’t accept. Maybe this year, they’ll do something really exciting. That concludes our story. Best of luck to them.
Jason well wood manager for lu radio is coming to St James grade 6 class to talk to them about making their own radio drama and ads.
The students are going to be making their own radio dramas and ads. The genres they chose are sci-fi drama and comedy. Their time on the radio is 50 minutes.
One of the students was interviewed she said ” we interviewed different people last year” another person said ” we spent alot of time doing call signs which identifies the radio station.” And the teacher got interviewed too. Mr.purdon grade 6 teacher said ” students got in groups and rehearsed and recorded.”
The new students in their class this are excited to do it this year.
Lu radio is coming to St.james by Dylan dolph.
Jason wellwood, the radio manager at lu radio, will be coming to St. james to create a radio drama with the grade 6 class. This event will take aboud a month to finish.
The class will be doing a sei-fi and comedy drama as well as some advertiser. Conner said last year ” we spent a lot of time doing calls signs which dentures the radio station. Everyone got a chance to hear their own voice”.
Lu radio at St. James public school
Jason Wellwood, radio manager for LU radio, is coming to the Gr. 6 class of St. James public school to teach the students about a different type of media over the next month.
The students will be creating a radio drama and ads for the broad cast. Students will have approximately 50 minutes on air, the radio dramas will be written by the students, students are not sure which genre they will be choosing, but they are considering comedy and sci- fi drama.
Last year, the grade 5/6 class did the same thing, except they interviewed other people about different subjects. “We spent a lot of time doing call signs” says Connor, a student in the gr.6 class, “everyone got a chance to hear their own voice.” “Students got into groups and rehearsed and recorded the clips they came up with,” says Mr. Purdon, the teacher of the grade 6 class. The new students in the class are excited to do this, and so are the students who did it last year
L.U. Radio Comes to St. James
By: Chloe K.
St. James’ Gr. 6 class is joining forces with Jason Wellwood, manager at L.U. Radio, to produce a radio drama and advertisements over the next few weeks. The students will be doing this to learn about a different form of media, learn about what goes into it, and complete their media unit.
The radio show will be approximately 50 minutes, and every students voice will be on air. The class is considering doing two radio dramas, one being science fiction and the other comedy. There will also be student made commercials. “I think doing this radio show will be a great experience,” said Keira, a student in the class. “I love writing fictional stories and I believe that inventing our own radio show will be just as exciting and unique!”
St. James is very lucky because last year the grade 5/6’s, which is now a straight six class, were able to work with Jason on a radio project. “Last year we spent a lot of time doing call signs which identify the radio station. Everyone got a chance to hear their own voice,” said Connor, a student who was in the 5/6 class last year. Mr. Purdon, the teacher of the grade 6 class, also has a bit to say about last year’s radio project. “Students got into groups and rehearsed and recorded the clips they came up with.” For the student’s commercials, they were thinking about having them more comedic since the radio program itself was going to be more suspenseful. The commercials will be futuristic and super fun to make!
Students will be working really hard in writing, rehearsing, and putting together their fantastic radio dramas. The class is very excited to work with Jason and hear themselves on a public radio station!
The grade six class is learning about lu radio
By Mark Powell
Jasion Willwood the righter of LU Radio is coming to st jams to tock about LU Radio to the grade 6 class to learn about different tips of media.
Lu radio is a private radio station that has ci fi and comedy. A student how did this last year, Conner said, we spent a lot of time doing call sings, which identifies the radio station and everyone got a chance to record their voice. Student’s will be put in to gropes and record the clips they came up with. The students are very excited and cant wait to start.
!Lu radio is coming soon to St James school!
🆕 Next month St James school Jason wellwood the radio manager of lu radio will be teaching radio drama to the gr 6 class. Jason will be teaching media and will be interviewing.
Jason wellwood the manager of LU RADIO, and st.james grade six students will be creating a radio drama, also ladds for a broadcast at st.james public school. This opportunity will be happening over the next month. They are doing this to learn about the different media and what goes into it.
L.U radio comes to St.James
By Muftah Badi
Jason Wellwood-radio manager of L.U radio will be going to St. James to grade 6 class at St. James school,
To show them how to create a radio.They will be doing this over the next month.
The grade 6 class at St. James will be doing groups drama, sci-fi comedy. And a student last year, Connor, said “we spent a lot of time doing call sigh which identifies the radio station. everyone got a chance to speak one the radio” another student said Chloe’’ we also interviewd different people last year” Conner’’ also everyone got to hear their own voice” and when the students choose what they want in their groups then they will be recorded and realesed
LU Radio Comes To St. James
By: Jewel R.
Jason Wellwood, LU Radio’s manager, is coming to St. James to create radio drama and ads for LU’s radio broadcast with the Gr.6s. Jason will be teaching Mr. Purdon’s class about a different type of media and what goes into the construction of the work.
LU Radio is coming to Mr. Purdon’s Gr.6 classroom within the next month. Some of the students from Mr. Purdon’s Gr. 5/6 had already been worked with Jason Wellwood back in the beginning of 2014. “I think it’s really great learning how to do a radio broadcast, it’s also very exciting to have fun with the radio and how this opportunity can create future jobs.” Says Keira, a Gr.6 student. Doing this broadcast is a fantastic experience for learning and understand that doing radio broadcasts isn’t just talking into a microphone and hoping that it would be put on the radio, there’s a lot of work needed to be put into it.
Jason Wellwood is coming to St. James for radio drama and giving an inside scoop on what it takes to do a broadcast. Every student has a chance to hear their voice and listen to how they did on radio! Every student in Mr. Purdon’s class is so amazed and excited for doing this event! Some students have concerns and get nervous if they didn’t do something right or being on the radio, but Jason knows what he’s doing, he can edit out mistakes, and he’ll always make everyone comfortable. “Last year, I was in Mr. Purdon’s class as a Gr.5 and we were doing the same thing as we are doing now. Jason was always kind, happy, and made all of us feel comfortable being on the radio!” Sylvia, a student from Gr.6 said.
“I have high hopes for this broadcast; I believe everyone will do amazing! Jason Wellwood is amazing, from past experiences, and I know that he will do wonderfully in teaching us! Thank you Mr. Purdon for setting this media experiment up and getting Jason to come to St. James!” Chloe, another student, said. Thank you LU radio also for coming to St. James’s Mr. Purdon’s Gr.6 class!
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