Over the course of 5 weeks, 7th Graders at Pittsburgh Manchester PreK-8 have been working hard creating awesome audio recordings and, to celebrate all their hard work, the students got to throw an awesome party on their final day! Have a great Summer!
Students at Pittsburgh Manchester wrote and recorded these pieces where they describe what they want to be when they grow up. These pieces are a result of their weekly sessions in which students will learn about the microphones, mixers and digital recorders used in producing features for radio.
Students at Pittsburgh Manchester had a chance to answer the classic hypothetical: "If you could travel back in time, where would you go?"
Students at Pittsburgh Manchester Prek-8 were asked to write a not-so-typical story, one that had to begin like this: "One night, you're eating dinner with your family, when one of the peas on your plate starts whispering to you. What does it say?" Below are their finished and recorded surreal yarns.
7th graders at Pittsburgh Manchester PreK-8 got their first taste of Radio Club! After learning about The Saturday Light Brigade and the basic tenets of audio recording, the students then put this new knowledge to work briefly describing themselves in the recordings below.
2nd and 3rd grade students at Manchester Elementary share their thoughts, stories and poems about math and how it is fun to use in daily life. Students also shared their plan for Summer.
Nearly 100 third, fourth and fifth grade students at Pittsburgh Manchester K-8 participated in this innovative project celebrating neighborhood history through music and art.
Students in the 4th grade class at Pittsburgh Manchester PreK-8 spent a class learning about microphones and recording as part of the North Side Songs project. As an introductory activity they recorded these short personal bios containing a few of their favorite things.
Listen and learn as Pittsburgh Manchester PreK-8 4th and 5th graders share their expertise, from how to form tackle too how to make hot wings! This project was made possible with generous support from The Buhl Foundation.
Students in 6th through 8th grade at Pittsburgh Manchester Pre-K-8 took time to reflect on the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. This StoryBox unit presents the resulting spoken essays about his life as well as through verbal interpretations of specific passages from Dr. King's speeches.