Category Archives: podcasts

Mi Madrid

If you’ve read the Lisibo Ltd page of this site recently, you may have read the following under my activities for 2017: An exciting project for young learners of Spanish – sworn to secrecy but all will be revealed soon! Well ‘soon’ has arrived and I’m pleased to tell you all about it! Teaching Spanish […]

WCPS Spanish

It’s a long time since WCPS Spanish was updated – veryremiss! However, we’ve been recording all sorts of things, and i’ve finally got around to podcasting some of the soundfiles this evening, having downloaded 140 files from our Easispeaks – and there are still two Easispeaks ‘AWOL’ ;o) So, check out Year 4 talking about […]

Lisibo talks! – Again!

I was really touched to read the latest post on Integrating ICT into the MFL classroom in which Joe Dale talks about my podcast Lisibo talks!His opening sentence – ‘Primary language teacher and MFL blogger Lisa Stevens is an inspiration to many thanks to her indefatigable enthusiasm and willingness to experiment with new technologies’ – […]

Lisibo talks!

In order to make a Slidecast, you need to have a URL for the audio you want to synch to your Slideshare. So, the easiest way was to use Podomatic as I knew how that worked. My first Slidecast – Ten top tips for Primary Language Learning – was created with the kind assistance of […]

School Run French

Mark Pentleton of Radio Lingua Network fame has one more worked his magic and a few days ago, launched a new addition to the plethora of products already available to help you learn languages. Called School Run French, the series of 6-7 minute episodes allow you to take advantage of the school run, football run, […]

Mark Pentleton – Two years of podcasting.

I’ve had the pleasure this weekend of finally meeting Mark Pentleton. Can’t believe we have never actually met before! Mark is a really busy man so I grabbed the opportunity to find out more about why exactly he is up from before dawn to way after nightfall! I first heard of Mark when he worked […]

Podcasting with a Mac.

One of the highlights of the IoW conference was learning how to podcast on a Mac. Not so much for what I learned as to how I was taught and by whom. Don’t get me wrong; it was very exciting learning how to use Garageband to podcast and great fun too. But more important to […]

ETR Weekly 1

I’ve mentioned EdTechRoundup on ¡Vámonos! before and have to say that I continue to be enlightened each Sunday night (when singing permits) by the chat about all things technological (and not so technological!) at the weekly Flashmeeting. Therefore, I’m pleased to say that we’ve decided to share the conversations with others who cant attend or […]

Spain on Google Maps.

I recently discovered Ben Curtis‘ Notes from Spain blog (via a Tweet from Mark Pentleton I think). The sub heading, Travel -Life -Culture, gives a flavour of what can be found on the site, but doesn’t adequately describe the breadth of information and insight offered. There’s are 3 podcasts, and the excellent Notes in Spanish […]