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Audio Affordance

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Alyson Welker

on 17 November 2014

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Transcript of Audio Affordance

Audio Affordances
Conclusion
1.) This exercise has helped you to learn and practice skills for listening to audio arguments in a critical manner.

2.) You should now be familiar with the affordances of audio arguments.

3.) Your new insights will be useful to you as you compose an audio version of your argument.
1.) What do you find appealing about the audio essays?

2.) What are the advantages of reading the alphabetic transcript of the essay?
Part 4
Part 3
For this last piece, you will read and listen at the same time.

Note the tensions and benefits to hearing and reading the essay at the same time.
"The Art of Being a Neighbor"
This I Believe
Audio and Transcript available at:
http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=102961694

Next:
1.) Listen to the recording provided in the link below.

2.) Take notes on anything that catches your attention that you did not pick up on while reading the transcript for the piece.

3.) Note the differences between the two experiences.
http://www.onthemedia.org/story/132715-cribbing-through-the-ages/
"Cribbing Through the Ages" Audio:
Part 2
Read the transcript below. Take notes as if you were listening to a lecture or preparing to take a quiz.
"Cribbing Through the Ages"
On the Media
:
http://www.onthemedia.org/story/132715-cribbing-through-the-ages/transcript/
Next:
1.) Read the transcript for "Tropes Galore" provided in the link below.

2.) Take notes on anything that catches your attention that you did not pick up on while listening to the piece.

3.) Note the differences between the two experiences.
"Tropes Galore" Transcript:
http://www.onthemedia.org/story/132718-tropes-galore/transcript/
Part 1:
For the first part of this assignment, I would like for you to listen to the audio piece linked below.

Take notes as though you are listening to a lecture or preparing to take a quiz:
"Tropes Galore"
On the Media:
https://www.wnyc.org/radio/#/ondemand/132718
Purpose:
The purpose of this assignment is to:

1.) Practice identifying the particular affordances of audio essays.

2.) A secondary goal here is to re-think what is considered valuable about alphabetic texts.

It is important to understand the difference between hearing and reading an essay.
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