Featured Image: NASA Goddard Space Flight Images
In 200-600 words, explain what you think poses the single greatest threat to the future of life on earth. Please include at least one link to an online example of the threat you discuss as well as a Featured Image and at least one in-text image. Be sure to briefly explain why you think the threat you chose surpasses other threats. Also, offer a few ways you think the threat can be neutralized.
Please find links to shared Googled Docs below. Click on your group link, and complete the tasked assigned in the Doc. Please email with any questions.
|Group 1: Sidd, Ashley, Le, Anna, and Matthew S.
||Group 7: Michael W., Craig, Mael-Sahn, Alhana
||Group 12: Dylan
|Group 2: Matthew Audrey, Roni, Tori, and Jackson
||Group 8: Asha, Nicholas, and Mohan
||Group 13: Parth, Justin, Anu, Achal
|Group 3: Anish, Thiago, George, Omar, Jeanette
||Group 9: Azhar, Nikolay, and Jeffrey
||Group 14: Uti, Lama, Ali
|Group 4: Nicolas, Gabriel, Thomas, Luke, and Darren
||Group 10: Josh, Matt M., Hasha, and Andrew T.
||Group 15: Jami, Morgan, Kelsey, Kyle, and Lilly
|Group 5: Valerie and Dalila
||Group 11: Danielle, Ricky, Andrew B., Felipe
||Group 16: Jessica, Jennifer, Sachi, Kia, and Brian
|Group 6: Isabelle, Catherine, and Morgan
||Group 17: Marc, Nikhil, Andrew, and Cory
||Group 18: Michael, Sidd, and Damian
What is a Sonic ID?
All radio stations have to give their call signs at least once per hour. “Sonic IDs” develop from the template of the “call sign” to include “community vignettes — portraits, anecdotes, oral histories, overheard conversation, short poems, jokes, slices of life” (Allison par. 4). According to Jay Allison, Sonic Id’s “are sudden narratives or images — like photographs for radio” (par 4).
Please complete the following for full credit:
- 1. Create a 30-60 Sonic Id about your community partner or Podcast topic. You can use audio you collect yourself or that you source from archives/internet.
- 2. The ID can advertise the Podcast, provide a portrait of a character or place, relate an anecdote, tell a joke, or provide a slice of life.
- 3. Upload your Sonic ID by Thursday, April 18 to you course blog feed as a .mp3. Remember to also include the Sonic ID in your final portfolio as a process document for the Podcast.
For more on what Sonic IDs are and how to compose them, please see the following resources: