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Connect with English. Practique hablando Inglés mientras ve videos fenomenales. Movies » Simple English Videos. Video and young learners 1. Some ideas for the kinds of video suitable for young learners are also given.
The second article 'Video and young learners 2' will take a look at pre-viewing, while-viewing and post-viewing video activities and will be supported by 3 lesson plans illustrating these activities. What are the benefits of using video in the classroom Drawbacks Role of video Criteria for selecting video Video types Further reading and bibliography What are the benefits of using video in the classroom? Learners aged 3 - 8 Children enjoy language learning with video 'One of the aims of teaching English to young children is to instil in them the idea that language learning is a happy experience, and video creates an attractive enjoyable learning environment.' All Young Learners Video communicates meaning better than other media Video presents language in context in ways that a cassette can't. Drawbacks There are however a couple of potential pitfalls that teachers should watch out for.
Video types Further Reading. The English Learner Movie Guides. Teaching English Through Film: introduction. By Kieran Donaghy. Jamie Keddie - Lessonstream. Lyricsgaps.com - Learn Languages Online - Exercises Listening - Fill in the gaps.
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It is captivating, absorbing, a story par excellence but also SILENT! Yes, silent films are great for getting students to produce language — and after all is said and done, that most often is the hardest thing to do, getting the students speaking and learning language by just communicating. That is our job, to get the students so absorbed in the communicative act that they forget they are learning. When we forget and are not consciously fixated on the language – we learn so much more! And silent , great silent movies do that so well. So here are a few suggestions on how to use these with students. Ways to use a silent video clip…. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. My favorite silent short videos. 1.. 2. 3. What’s your favorite “silent” video for teaching languages? PS> See Ana Maria Menezes’ post and suggestions for using Silent videos in the classroom!
Listening through video: 7 things to keep in mind. A few months ago I was talking to a friend who’d just dropped out of his English classes halfway through the course.
Here’s a condensed version of our conversation: “It was not a bad course at all, and the teacher was very friendly and knowledgeable. It’s just that…” “What?” “Well, I got tired of traveling all the way across town, twice a week, to do things I could easily do at home, on my own.” I immediately thought, of course, of a classroom full of students plodding through dozens and dozens of gap-fill activities. “We did far too many video activities in class.” Wait a minute. Students love video, right? “But isn’t that a good thing? “Well, the videos were fun and all, but, hello, I have YouTube on my phone.” And then his phone rang and we went back to talking about politics.