I'm so excited about today's article, which has a new format that I am trying out for you guys: It's a podcast (in your RSS readers this shows up as podcast, though no artwork or intro have been created yet)! The first interview features a great guest: Mr Levi Antrim from Learn German with Herr Antrim. Levi is a German teacher in a US high school, but he's doing excellent work with a brand new approach to the classroom.
Listen to the interview below:<img class="thumb-image" alt="Transient" data-image="https://static1.squarespace.com/static/500fab79c4aa83ca4b6cacae/t/5255370fe4b0dd64d4b16b33/1381316372411/" data-image-dimensions="1920x1080" data-image-focal-point="0.5,0.5" data-load="false" data-image-id="5255370fe4b0dd64d4b16b33" data-type="image" src="https://static1.squarespace.com/static/500fab79c4aa83ca4b6cacae/t/5255370fe4b0dd64d4b16b33/1381316372411/?format=1000w" /> Here's what Levi and I discussed
As you can tell, I'm considering the launch of a whole Fluent Language podcast format featuring interviews, music and other excellent content that you can listen to wherever you are. As you can hear in today's recording, I think the improvements in my own speaking and microphone skills would be significant with regular practice, and I'd like to share the journey with you. There are so many creative learners and teachers out there, and a lot of fun to be had - and what's better than hearing language as well as reading it?!
What do you think about a Fluent Language podcast? Are you as excited as I am? Please leave your reply in the comments today so the project can start with your support!
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