The European Video for ALL educational project is a European project that will bring together all current methodologies, ideas and innovative practices to teach and learn languages by integrating digital video.
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Teachers may be interested in joining, or following this language focused video project, which involves partners from six EU countries. As well as some examples of different 'types' of educational video the project shares a comprehensive curated repository of useful video resources including, amongst others; papers and articles, web resources, and social media spaces.
It's early days and I look forward to seeing more examples of the student produced videos,
The Learning English Video Project (LEVP) is a new documentary series exploring the importance and focus on learning English around the world. It features interviews, case studies and examples of practice from seven countries, including a UK perspective.
There is also a series of Videoblogs from the fimmakers which give a detailed background to the making of the project which has been developed by EnglishClub.com - a free site for teachers and learners of English.
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