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YouTube Video Lessons in 5 Steps

Workshop at IATEFL Conference, July 2014. Santiago de Chile. Gabriela Silva & Mauricio Miraglia.
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Transcript of YouTube Video Lessons in 5 Steps

After selecting the video…
Video as a learning object
Learning
in 5 steps
a-Suggested
Topic
: Love stories
b-Suggested
learning objective
:
Ss will be able to:
identify sequence of events in a story
infer feelings and attitudes
recognize characters and settings
c-Suggested
Age
group /
proficiency level:

5th or 6th graders / A1

Before
selecting a video, think of…
If
this
is happening with people and videos,

what are we doing in our lessons about it?
Main goal:
Designing better learning with videos in 5 steps
Workshop facilitators
Mauricio Miraglia @mauromiraglia
Gabriela Silva g.silva.iglesias@gmail.com
YouTube
Videos
in / out
of the
EFL
classroom

To increase motivation?
To deepen understanding?
To begin exploration and inquiry?
To promote participation?
To model language?
To teach integrated skills?
To develop critical thinking?
To engage students in specific content?
anything else?
Why would you use video lessons with your students?
Pair and Share
What skills could you teach with video?
Would I give a video lesson in or out of lesson time?
Could I reuse a video lesson with other students? Other levels? other contexts? How?

Over 1 billion
unique users visit YouTube
every month
(source:YouTube, 2013)
500 years
of YouTube video
are watched every day
on Facebook, and over 700 YouTube videos are shared on Twitter each minute (source: YouTube, 2013)
The average
YouTube visitor watches 388.3 minutes
of video each month (Comscore, 2013)
People are most likely to
engage
with branded
content
on social media that contains
pictures
(44%) and
videos
(37%) (source: Performics, 2012)



Why
online
videos?
*Francisco Arredondo, Paola Fernández, Mayra Oyanedel, Marcela Torres 
http://ed.ted.com/on/6MkFejVM

*Christian Faúndes, Andrea Leyton, Claudia Arancibia 
http://ed.ted.com/on/a7EFIWiQ

Evidence from other teachers
Video as a learning object

A self-contained experience
Interactive: immediate feedback
Re-usable
"Tagged" a.k.a. categorized
Go to part 4 in our shared Google document

Create an account with Ed Ted
Look for the video presented (no need to go to Youtube. Ed does it for you!)
Once you have found the video, click on “Flip this video” and follow the steps!
Go to part 3 in our shared Google document
Learning objective
Age group / proficiency level
Topic / Problem
Language involved
Video Lesson Design Process
Go to part 5 in our shared document
Before
using videos
Why videos and what for
Let's wrap up!
How would you use your video lesson?
Homework?
Classwork?
Remedial work?
Anything else?
Read more at http://webvideomarketingportugal.com/the-power-of-online-video-the-stats-2013/#wIxitUQQQAFqBEIY.99
http://oyc.yale.edu/english/engl-310
http://www.
ted
.com/
http://ed.ted.com
http://ed.ted.com
Universidad Alberto Hurtado
English Pedagogy July 2014
IATEFL Conference, Santiago de Chile
https://www.edx.org/
http://pennystocks.la/internet-in-real-time
http://goo.gl/Q2x15K
5 minutes!
Topic: driving idea
Learning objective: Ss will be able to ...
Age group / proficiency level

For the sake of this workshop we've left out many other variables; however, as you continue producing video lessons, please consider as many factors as possible.
Video input
*Nicols Faray, Claudio Gatica, Claudia Marroquin 
http://ed.ted.com/on/FKFG8Efe
Main goal:
Designing better learning with videos in 5 steps
Workshop facilitators
Mauricio Miraglia @mauromiraglia
Gabriela Silva g.silva.iglesias@gmail.com
YouTube
Videos
in / out
of the
EFL
classroom
Universidad Alberto Hurtado
English Pedagogy July 2014
IATEFL Conference, Santiago de Chile
The lesson you are about to design will be a learning object
http://goo.gl/Q2x15K
shared

work
space
http://goo.gl/Q2x15K
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