Another interesting podcast is LSAT Reasoning in Everyday Life--put out by The Princeton Review, ostensibly to help students prepare for the Law School Admission Test. But it's worthwhile for anyone interested in listening to analyses of the reasoning (and flaws of reasoning) in everyday situations.
The February 5, 2007 broadcast analyzes the logic of Super Bowl ads.
I just received this from a former student--it's an interesting site that MIGHT be helpful, to a degree. At least students would know that correct grammar use is being "podcast."
Here is a website for your students to access. It's called 'Grammar Girl' and is a free podcast, each one being a quick proper grammar lesson. I have subscribed to it hoping it will clear up some mistakes I still make. Check it out and see what you think. I just thought it would be a good way to bridge the generational gap with the younger freshman cause you download the podcast and put in on your computer or iPod to listen to it........Awesome Dude. I think I need a generational gap slap upside the head after saying that. The address is: