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Easy integration of video into grammar- and function-focused lessons
Transcript of Easy integration of video into grammar- and function-focused lessons
authentic video Silent view 1. Ss watch the video with no sound. As they watch, they guess the situation or what the characters are saying or feeling.
2. Ss read sample dialogs and choose the one that best fits the scene [beginners], or
re-create the dialog orally, or complete a gap-fill using their guesses.
3. Ss watch the movie again with sound to check their guesses. Blind view 1. Play the video's sound only.
2. Ss listen and put pictures or sentences in order.
3. Ss watch the movie again with the images to check their guesses. Voices in my head 1. Play a clip that has lots of exaggerated expressions.
2. Divide Ss into groups, with one student for each character in the scene.
3. Play the clip several times. Each student imagines what their character is really thinking.
4. Replay the video clip, pausing it frequently to let Ss say aloud what their character is thinking at that time. Tanghe, Shannon. "Using Authentic Movies in the EFL Classroom: Practical Activities." The 13th STEM International Conference. 18 Apr. 2009, Dankook University, Jukjeon Campus, Korea. Print. Cutting YouTube videos http://www.tubechop.com Your YouTube playlist Adding a multiple-choice quiz
to YouTube videos http://www.eslvideo.com Adding a grammar explanation / exercise / topics for discussion http://www.tildee.com Useful tools Resources How-to videos: http://www.videojug.com Lindsay's YouTube playlist:
http://tinyurl.com/EFLplaylist Adding subtitles
to YouTube videos http://www.amara.org/ Downloading YouTube videos http://www.keepvid.com Adding QR codes for easy access http://www.qrstuff.com To find inspiration:
http://www.anyclip.com Ad-free videos (lots of HD!):
http://vimeo.com For advanced/older learners:
http://www.ted.com Many, MANY video sources:
http://edudemic.com/2012/08/best-video-sites-for-teachers/ Create images and videos of your computer screen http://www.techsmith.com/jing.html Jing tutorial
http://www.teachertrainingvideos.com/Jing/index.html My lists of resources, articles, and more:
http://www.scoop.it/t/tefl-stuff-all-good-things http://pinterest.com/lindsayteacher/using-videos/ http://tinyurl.com/LindsayTeacher Activities Elicit/model TL for modals/instructions (should/shouldn't, don't, etc.) for instructions for predictions, comparatives, emotions for could/should/would, sequencing, predictions for excuses/explanations, must/have to for eliciting action verbs My uni's 1st-year textbook Information gap 1. A watches part of a video. B doesn't look. A tells B what is happening (or what has happened) in the scene.
2. B listens and takes notes or puts events in order.
3. A & B switch roles; repeat. What do you want to know? 1. Ss watch a short clip from a movie they haven't seen--preferably one with an odd context or content.
2. Ss discuss with a partner what they want to know about the scene. Together, they make questions.
3. Optional: Ss might ask their questions to other Ss and try to predict the answers.
4. Optional: Ss watch more of the scene to find the answers. for comparatives, predictions (older Ss) http://www.subservientchicken.com/pre_bk_skinned.swf for instructions (written) Lindsay Herron
Gwangju National University of Education
for modeling instructions This playlist is on YouTube: http://tinyurl.com/LindsaysAuthVidPlaylist into grammar- and