I would divide my students into groups and have each group record their discussion. This would allow me to hear and give feedback to each group. It also allows students to listen to each group and give them peer feedback.
Students would work in groups to create questions. Then they would interview classmates. schoolmates or or teacher and record their interview .
Students could work in groups to provide an audio school tour for new students. Different groups could describe different places. The podcast could be linked to QR Codes in various places around the school. Hopefully it could be like a self-guided audio tour you sometimes get at a museum. (Source: Erin MacPearson, 2014)
School Radio Broadcast
Students could collectively work to create a radio broadcast that could be played over the school PA system over lunch time. Each group could decide what they wanted to talk about (music, hobbies, book review, school news etc) and record a 2 or 3 minute podcast. These could be put together to create the radio program. (Source- Shaun Wilden (2017) : Mobile Learning
I would probably try using Synth. This tool allows students to easily record short (less than 4 minute) podcast that can easily be combined to create a longer podcast. It also allows for students to interact with the podcasts. (Source: Monia Burns, 2018)
I would probably give each student in a group a specific role in the project. For example, Recorder, Editor, Writer and Director.
Creating podcasts gives students authentic and meaningful speaking and listening practice. Writing a script and rehearsing what they are going to say is good practice and helps them recycle language they have already learned. It also helps extend learning and language beyond the classroom.