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Friday 22nd April

Y5/6- Area and perimeter

Verbs in present perfect tense

Computing Lesson Resources

LO: To create a radio jingle for a radio show


  1. Use the PowerPoint to guide you through this lesson.
  2. What would your radio station or show be called?
  3. Listen to the audio files below.  There is a backing track (the music in the background) and a voice over (the speaking or singing). The jingles are at the beginning of finished podcasts done by some old members of Oak Class.
  4. Use the 'creating radio jingles' sheet to help you import backing tracks from the link.
  5. Create your jingle - it needs music and a voice over.
  6. We will use the jingle (music and voice over) in our own podcasts next week, so make sure you save your work.

Listen to this example Podcast, which begins with a jingle

Listen to this example of a podcast with jingle.