Portable TV: Episode 11 [17:34]

Our latest episode of Portable TV took over three months to complete! I’ve lost track of how many recesses we spent writing scripts, setting up tripods, connecting microphones, shooting video and editing.

In this episode we have:

  • RIDDLE ME THIS with Bradley and Hamid
  • BRAIN BUST with Thomas and Abdullah
  • THE INSIDE STORY with Derek and Hamid
  • SKI CLUB with Angel and Dina
  • CLASS BLOGS with Jasmine and Sharon
  • WORD UP with Bathien and Ari
  • TOP 10 with Myra and Crystal
  • TEACHER VS. STUDENT with Faye and Reem

Thanks to Christian and Nick for hosting!

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Season 9 P.O.V. #4 [2:21]

birthday-cake-304440_640Last week, in England, a five year old boy named Alex was given a bill for about $30 because he didn’t go to another boy’s birthday party. He had already made plans to spend the day with his grandparents and couldn’t find the information to tell birthday hosts he wasn’t able to go.

Should Alex have to pay for missing the birthday party?

Portable Radio/TV nominated for award!

edublog_awards_use_of_media-tztb4eGreat news! Portable Radio and Portable TV were nominated for a 2014 Edublog award in the category of “Best Educational Use Of Media.” Thanks to the person or people who nominated us.

I’m very proud of everyone’s hard work on all of the shows we’ve made over the years.

There are many excellent websites/blogs/podcasts in the category we were nominated in.  Click here to check them out.

You can vote for any of the finalists by clicking on the thumbs up logo. However, if you are in my class, you’ll need to ask your parents for permission to set up an account with Listly before voting. Information on how to vote is found here.

Voting ends Monday, December 15th!

Season 9 P.O.V. #3 [1:38]

2121981806_ac49b4e994_bLast Friday, an official in the National Hockey League said they were probably going to allow advertising on players’ jerseys. Some experts think this could earn each team in the NHL at least four million dollars a year.

Should the NHL allow advertising on their player’s jerseys? Listen to our opinions.