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How is video being used to support English Language Teaching (ELT)?
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#170 Introduction to Ed Puzzle [1/2]: Make video learning active!

#170 Introduction to Ed Puzzle [1/2]: Make video learning active! | Video and English Language Teaching | Scoop.it
Ed Puzzle is a free to use web tool that enables you to transform videos into an active learning environment. You can use your own videos, or videos that you have found from another source, like YouTube or Khan Academy. Ed Puzzle gives you the tools to crop the videos down to just the clips…
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Create tasks and activities for a video that you've made or found. Kate Soper introduces Ed Puzzle in 60 seconds on the 1minuteCPD site.
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Lessons Worth Sharing | TED-Ed

Lessons Worth Sharing | TED-Ed | Video and English Language Teaching | Scoop.it
Use engaging videos on TED-Ed to create customized lessons. You can use, tweak, or completely redo any lesson featured on TED-Ed, or create lessons from scratch based on any video from YouTube.
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If you already use TED talks with your learners then you will now how effective they can be. The TEDEd Lessons site provides a library of lessons which you can use with TED talks, and it allows you to create your own online lessons to go with a TED talk.
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Future Shorts - YouTube

Future Shorts - YouTube | Video and English Language Teaching | Scoop.it
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The Future Shorts Youtube channel has a selection of short films ranging from as short as just over a minute to as much as ten minutes. The films have high production values, and are usually imaginative, thought-provoking and beautifully filmed. Not all the films are appropriate for use with learners so pick your film with care, then select a relevant subject area, and you should be able to create some valuable materials. Take a look at the film 'Maybe' which lends itself to a lot of potential uses for teaching even though it has very little language in it. 

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ESLvideo.com

ESLvideo.com | Video and English Language Teaching | Scoop.it

The ESLvideo website.

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Using the ESLvideo.com site you can create online quiz activities for you learners based around a Youtube video you want to use. You will also find a library of activities which have been created by other English language teachers for Youtube videos.  

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FLAME Research Centre

FLAME Research Centre | Video and English Language Teaching | Scoop.it
Film, Languages And Media in Education
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The FLAME (Film, Languages And Media in Education) Research Centre is based at Manchester Metropolitan University. It is involved in researching the pedagogy underlying the use of film and related media in second language teaching and learning. 

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EDpuzzle Review: Easy-to-Use Tool Lets Teachers Quickly Turn Online Video into Lessons | Edudemic

EDpuzzle Review: Easy-to-Use Tool Lets Teachers Quickly Turn Online Video into Lessons | Edudemic | Video and English Language Teaching | Scoop.it
There is a staggering amount of free video available online that makes great fodder for teaching students, particularly in flipped classroom settings. Instead of giving students YouTube links or telling them to search for a video on a particular subject, with EDpuzzle teachers can select videos, edit them down, assign them to students, and quiz …

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This is a comprehensive review of a new cool-tool brought to my attention by @benleez Ben Stewart via a Google+ Community post. I signed up :-)

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10 Ideas for Classroom Video Projects | open thinking

10 Ideas for Classroom Video Projects | open thinking | Video and English Language Teaching | Scoop.it

A post from the Open Thinking and Digital Pedagogy blog maintained by Dr. Alec Couros, a professor of educational technology and media at the Faculty of Education, University of Regina. In this post he looks at a number of ideas for using video in the classroom.

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duncaninchina's Channel - YouTube

duncaninchina's Channel - YouTube | Video and English Language Teaching | Scoop.it

With 29,301,419 upload views Mr Duncan is clearly getting something right. 

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Lyrics Training

LyricsTraining is an easy and fun method to learn and improve your foreign languages skills, through the music videos and lyrics of your favorite songs. My thanks to Russell Stannard for telling me about this one. 

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The Daily English Show

The Daily English Show | Video and English Language Teaching | Scoop.it

The Daily English Show is a longterm player in the world of online video and ELT. Each video is designed for language learners and transcriptions of each show are provided. 

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Online Video: For Language Development

Online Video: For Language Development | Video and English Language Teaching | Scoop.it

Does it ever stop from the amazing Nik Peachey. Here Nik discusses video subtitling. 

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How YouTube Is Changing The Classroom

How YouTube Is Changing The Classroom | Video and English Language Teaching | Scoop.it

What is a 'flipped classroom'? What are the benefits of a 'flipped classroom'? Take a look at this site for a discussion of the issues. 

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ELT: Methodology & Resources: Video and Film

ELT: Methodology & Resources: Video and Film | Video and English Language Teaching | Scoop.it

An Amazon-based list of publications on video in English language teaching. 

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Video for all | Home - Video For All

Video for all | Home - Video For All | Video and English Language Teaching | Scoop.it
Video for Language learning will show language teachers best practices to use video in the language classroom
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Video for ALL is a European funded educational project which brings together ideas and innovative practices about how video can be used to support the teaching and learning of languages. The resources on the site continue to grow and develop. Well worth a look!
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uugot.it | Understanding TV everywhere

uugot.it | Understanding TV everywhere | Video and English Language Teaching | Scoop.it
Understanding TV everywhere
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A service which translated television content to any language and which has the potential to support second language learning. 

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Lessonstream.org by Jamie Keddie

Lessonstream.org by Jamie Keddie | Video and English Language Teaching | Scoop.it
Formerly TEFLClips, ELTON award winner. By Jamie Keddie.
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A brilliant site to visit if you want to find some useful video resources with activities to support your teaching. The site also has activities based on still images, and the activities for both the still and video images will give you inspiration and ideas for creating your own activities using videos or photos.  

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iPad Apps for Film-making | Listly List

These apps provide us with endless possibilities for innovative teaching and creativity in the classroom. While there are many large lists out there, these are 'tried and true' apps we use in the classroom and make great additions to your teaching tool kit. See more examples of what they can do at www.ipadartroom.com. | Animoto Video Maker, Replay - Video Editor for Instagram, PicPlayPost, VideoScribe, Video Swivel, Adobe Voice - Show Your Story, iMovie, Shadow Puppet Edu, and Green Screen by
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The Benefits of Students Teaching Students Through Online Video

The Benefits of Students Teaching Students Through Online Video | Video and English Language Teaching | Scoop.it
The best student video tutorial creators are sometimes made the kids who've struggled the most to understand.
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The benefits of learners learning from each other have long been recognised in second language learning. This article suggests that integrating online video into that process could have real benefits. (Original scoop from Nik Peachey.)

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YouTube Teachers - YouTube: Help build the world's largest classroom!

YouTube Teachers - YouTube: Help build the world's largest classroom! | Video and English Language Teaching | Scoop.it
YouTube.com/Teachers was created to show teachers how to use these videos to educate, engage and inspire their students. YouTube.com/Teachers is part of YouTube's larger educational initiative, YouTube EDU.

 

Help build the world's largest classroom!


YouTube EDU currently includes over 700,000 high quality educational videos from over 800 channels. A team of teachers around the country scour the site to uncover the latest and greatest educational videos to add to YouTube EDU, ensuringthat there are videos on everything from Astrophysics to Zoology.

 

Nothing beats the collective brilliance of educators everywhere though. Send us your suggestions of great videos, playlists and channels to make YouTube EDU more engaging and educational for students of all ages and backgrounds. Our team reviews your suggestions regularly and, if approved, the content will be added to YouTube EDU. Help us build the world's largest educational video library!

 

What do you want to add to YouTube EDU today?


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Create Online Social Interaction Around Videos

Create Online Social Interaction Around Videos | Video and English Language Teaching | Scoop.it

More inspiration from Nik Peachey. 

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mailVU Video Email

mailVU Video Email | Video and English Language Teaching | Scoop.it

Another great site flagged up by Russell Stanndard. This one allows you to send video emails. 

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Keek

Keek | Video and English Language Teaching | Scoop.it

What is Keek? What's available on the site and how might you use it with your learners? What's the value of a video diary?

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yappr!

yappr! | Video and English Language Teaching | Scoop.it

With yappr you can provide subtitling for videos and create quizzes and flashcards to go with those videos. Have a look at the homepage, follow the links to englishyappr and have a look at an example of a video. 

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RocketBoom - dotSUB - Video Translation

Rocketboom explain dotSUB. A bit technical at points but stay with it and you'll pick up some useful stuff. 

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dotSUB - Online Crowdsourced Video Translation

dotSUB - Online Crowdsourced Video Translation | Video and English Language Teaching | Scoop.it

dotSUB'S tag line says it all "Any video any language."

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