Learn what my messed up teeth (and a great podcast episode) taught me about why I judge other people and how we can bring that lesson to our students:

Marketplace’s This is Uncomfortable podcast, “Why Don’t You Fix Your Teeth?”:
https://www.marketplace.org/shows/this-is-uncomfortable-reema-khrais/why-dont-you-fix-your-teeth/

My podcast-based lesson question set:
https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Listening-Skills-Podcast-Activity-Listen-Learn-11-PDF-Google-Drive-CCSS-6952029?st=e92d4afd1162e47bb550f8cbf5b8102f

What podcasts do you most enjoy? Which ones work best for your students? Leave a reply below!

Join the conversation! 4 Comments

  1. As always, great stuff, Laura!

    Thank you and have a great time out in Montana! ❤

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  2. Thanks so much, Carolyn! Hope you’re enjoying your summer. 💕

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  3. I started using podcasts in my classroom last year, and I cannot imagine not using them in the future. The students reacted very positively to them and I think it’s a great way to engage students in our modern world. Thank you, Laura, for all that you do and for sharing this particular podcast. Enjoyed the month I had of you and looking forward to see what you have for us to come.

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  4. Thanks, Darby! I love sharing the good stuff. 😀
    Hope you’re having a great summer, too.

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