Welcome to Shrewsbury Public Schools. We invite you to explore Mrs. Cook's Grade 4 Geography Podcasts. Students were given this scenerio: The President of the U.S. will be listening to your podcasts to determine the winner of the award: "Best Midwestern/Western State to Move to or Live in". Which student do you think presented the award winning podcast?

Thursday, June 08, 2006

Colorado


Listen to Brendan's podcast on Colorado. Would this be a state you'd want to visit?
Click here to listen.

15 Comments:

Anonymous Dad said...

Hi Brendan,
Your podcast is fantastic. I remember last year when we were there, it was 90 degrees one day and then 3 feet of snow fell the next day. You have some really great facts about Colorado and Pikes Peak was a great adventure, I'm glad we went. Great Job. Love Dad.

6:40 PM

 
Blogger Mike Coveney said...

Great job Brendan,
Colorado is an amazing place to visit. Love Dad.

7:22 PM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Brendan,
I really enjoyed your podcast. Made me want to get on a plane right now! It's more fun to talk about a place when you have been there and know the inside story, isn't it? Where shall we go next?
Grandpa

3:04 AM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Brendan,

Fantastic Job! You should be working for the Colorado Travel Bureau with all the knowledge you have of the state. You make learning interesting.

Karen Bernstein

6:53 PM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Brendan,
That was awesome. You sound like a professional. It sounds like such a nice place to visit. Maybe I will go there someday. Great job! I really enjoyed it.
Laura (your cousin)

6:34 AM

 
Anonymous Grandma said...

Hi Brendan,
I'm glad I finally got to listen to your pod cast. It sounds very professional and covers many important facts about the state. What an interesting new technology that I had never tried before. In addition to the beautiful scenery, Colorado also has an excellent public library system. I'm using the wonderful Parker Library to access your pod cast, since the computer at home isn't working. Keep up the good work at school.
Love, Grandma Cote'

1:35 PM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Brendan,
How thrilling to be in a state where the words of "America the Beautiuful" were written. Between the Rocky Mountains and the great plains it must be a beauful place to be. Your podcast is terrific and I especially liked the music. It added a lot to the adventures in Coloradao.
Mrs. Cook

3:48 PM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Brendan,
what an amazing podcast, you used a good amount of expression. Knowing that you have been to Colorado you must have been able to write your script more easily. But all I know, is that was the Best Pocast ever.I could make a connection to my state Iowa, because one of the biggest jobs in my state is farming, and the plains are located in my state also!!!Brendan you should be proud of yourselve because that podcast made me feel like I was in Colorado right at that moment while I was listening to your podcast.

Emilee

5:46 PM

 
Anonymous mary gaffney said...

Brendan

You did a great job on your project. your podcast was great. Your research on Colorado was terrific. Keep up the good work, I'm sure your parents are proud of you.
Mary
WBWD

8:27 AM

 
Anonymous Marie said...

Hi Brendan

Great Job!

2:48 PM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for the podcast Brendan. I learned something about Colorado. Do you think you will live there someday? I would like to see the Rocky Mts. They must be amazing. I kept looking for a video of you speaking this. Guess it was just audio. Thanks again. Have a great summer. Uncle Jim

1:22 PM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Brendan,
Great podcast. Your dad tells me about Colorado, but never with such detail. It sounds like a great place to go on vacation. I'm sure the state of Colorado could use you as a spokes person.
Great job!

Rob Lopez.

7:49 PM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I was in CO about 6 years ago with our 4 children on the way to Philmont Boy Scout Camp in NM. Your podcast is perfect. Pike's Peak was truly magestic, but hard to breath due to it's high elevation. Great job.

2:33 PM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

this is awsome!I had a fun time learning about colorado.thank you for telling us about pikes peke.Great job!fom sean and chris from aspero/cooks class

2:03 PM

 
Blogger Peter Currer said...

Hi Brendan,

I just read a story about your class project to make a Pod cast in school. I was very impressed, so I went to the web site and listened to your story on Colorado. You had lots of great information and I really liked your pod. The music was a very nice addition.

Peter Currer
Modoc County, California

10:39 AM

 

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