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Bronx class learns the ropes of audio production

Saturday, March 05, 2011 - 01:31 PM

With some help from the Radio Rookies staff, the ESL students of Millenium Art Academy have been learning the art of radio production. The students are very proud to present a montage of some of the work they have completed over the course of the semester on the topics of immigration and education.  

The montage contains clips selected from a variety of projects the students worked on, including StoryCorps interviews and narrative essay podcasts. They are thrilled to know that their stories are being heard by listeners in New York City and beyond.  Please leave your comments and let us know what you think.

Teachers all over NYC use Rookies stories in their classrooms, and some want to take it a step further by teaching their students to create their own radio. But not everyone's a radio producer, so Radio Rookies is helping some of these teachers learn the basics of recording, editing and mixing so that more young people have the opportunity to tell their stories.

If you're an educator interested in learning more, please contact us at radiorookies@wnyc.org.

 

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Comments [14]

Judy Eron and Charlie Watkins from Terlingua, Texas

The stories you tell are very touching, and give us a little more insight into what it must be like to come to a different country when you're still in school. Thank you for sharing these personal stories.

Mar. 24 2011 02:39 PM
Ms. Burton from BX, NY

How phenomenal it is to hear your voices and your experiences shared over the air waves!

You are such powerful young people and your words are inspiring people all over. Thank you for sharing who you are with us.

Mar. 21 2011 09:29 AM
Mr.A .Vazquez

Excellent job to all. Your stories are interesting. Keep it up and bring us more.

Mar. 21 2011 08:45 AM
Mr. Stroh from Bronx, NY

Truly Amazing! Your stories, and the way you tell them, are an inspiration. You should be very proud. You make me extremely proud to be a teacher and to have the opportunity to teach and learn from students like you. Keep up the spectacular work!

Mar. 20 2011 03:41 PM
Ms. Soltero from Bronx, NY

Great Job guys...It was wonderful to hear your stories... I was especially touched by Jose Munoz' story about the exploitation of immigrants in the United States.

Awesome Job! :)

Mar. 20 2011 01:35 PM
Ms. Blau

I am truly inspired by hearing your stories. Please continue to share.

Mar. 20 2011 11:40 AM
Maxine Nodel from Bronx, NY

Congratulations!! These stories truly tell the world about your lives and moving experiences! I am so proud of you!

Mar. 20 2011 10:35 AM
Kitt from Yellow Springs, Ohio

I love hearing your stories from your own voices. It's real. Great work! I look forward to hearing more.

Mar. 08 2011 11:16 PM
G-na from YSO

Wonderful, thank you, I really enjoyed-keep em coming please! :)

Mar. 08 2011 01:43 PM
Tom from Yellow Springs, Ohio

i love your stories.... stories about your families, your lives before coming to MAA, what it's like going to high school in the bronx in the twenty-first century, people you admire and why....

more, lots more, please.

Mar. 08 2011 11:02 AM
Ms Tieso from Bronx, New York

How wonderful!!! I am speechless. I am very proud of you all. Your stories say so much about who you are and where you come from. Congratulations on such excellent work.

Mar. 08 2011 10:07 AM
Christy Fitch from Raleigh, NC

I really enjoyed listening to these stories. Keep up the good work!

Mar. 08 2011 09:42 AM
Tatiana from San Rafael, California

Great stories and narratives! Good job!

And, Yameliz (sp??) it's always okay to cry :)

Mar. 07 2011 11:59 PM
Mr. Sajac

Guys your stories are amazing. Yeison you should be in first period to talk about this some day.

Mar. 07 2011 02:58 PM

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