11 December 2015

Video Resources for Lessons

One of my most immediate challenges when using videos in class, is to decide whether they are culturally appropriate and how can they be best adapted for a language lesson.  Often, it is a stream of hours before I am able to find one which may be of suitable use and interest to my students. However, there are video resources which are easier to find and created specifically for education.

On the left hand side of this blog, you can see a list of video resources which teachers can dip into and today I'd like to mention Crash Course

With a range of topics, from religion to history, health and economics, there is plenty of choice - provided the setting allows.

How do you find appropriate videos for your students?

Wonders Never Cease from Crowns & Owls on Vimeo.

Further Suggestions:

Video Resources for Teaching Online and at a Distance

Teachers’ Guide to Using Videos - by Catlin Tucker

Video for All - by Russell Stannard

Video & Storytelling - by Jamie Keddie

Video Resources - curated on Digital Delights for Learners

Video Writing Prompts

Teach with Movies

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