I asked at the Webheads in Action for some language exchange blogs that we could use as an example for Networked-based language practice. Here are a few answers I received.
Greetings from Japan.
There are some podcasts with student-generated content at
Japancasting, by Steve McCarty
Let me know if you have any difficulty,
I have been a Bawer sice 2006 but I have never participated in this
group, since I have been very busy preparing my doctoral dissertation
for the last two years.
I am preparing a course for adult students focused on the Web 2.0. and
another one for teachers at secondary school. Both groups will be
totally newbies and I would like to show them good examples of class
blogging and podcasting.
I know there will be a good assortment of all kind of blog and podcast
practice in the group.
Can I make a list? I will post it on my blog
http://angelesherna ndez.wordpress. com/
here are the blogs I have had with students:
- 2008: students have individual blogs at http://finally5b.21classes.com
- 2007: class blog (all students are authors) http://my5b.blogspot.com
- 2007: writing project with two classes (all students are authors) http://my3b.blogspot.com and http://355north.blogspot.com
- 2006: class blog (T is the author and ss comment) http://my5a.blogspot.com
I hope this helps!
Kindest regards from Brazil,