Grade: 3rd Grade – 12th Grade 

Apps Used: Teams, OneNote, YouTube, Flipgrid, Buncee 

Teams Integration: Assignment 

Lesson Idea:  

Use OneNote to create Podcasts! You can utilize the audio feature for students to record podcast. Audio recording is built right into OneNote. Want to use a different application? No worries, YouTube, Flipgrid, Buncee, and more are embeddable as well.  

Why not share your driving question for your lesson and allow your students the enjoyment of interviewing others to discover the answer while also comparing their findings to a non-fiction article or novel being read?  

For example, your driving question may be something like “Is driving an electric car a viable solution to minimizing our carbon footprint?” During the explore section of the Hyperdoc students can listen to podcasts, watch videos, and read various non-fiction texts about non-renewable and renewable energy. After brainstorming questions, students can use OneNote audio recorder to interview people to see what others think about the innovative idea of electric cars.   

To create a Podcast, students will: 

  • Click insert 
  • Click Audio 
  • It will automatically begin recording your audio  
  • Click stop to stop the recording 
  • The audio will automatically embed in the OneNote page 

Jenallee Sports Center:  

Scan this QR code to access templates, video tutorials of how to build a podcast in OneNote, and access your very own copy of this OneNote Hyperdoc.  

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