Harness the educational power of real-world videos in the EFL classroom!
Engaged students contribute and learn more in class, and real-world videos are a great way to spark that engagement. Learn strategies for integrating video into your lessons to expose students to authentic speech, present vocabulary within a visual context, and bring the outside world into the classroom. Use videos as a rich resource for creating grammar, pronunciation, and vocabulary lessons, based on students’ interests.
Module 1 The Power of Video
Module 2 Video and Classroom Activities
Module 3 Unleashing Your Students’ Creativity: Making Videos in the Classroom
When you graduate, you’ll be able to:
Describe the general advantages and disadvantages of using videos in class
Identify the characteristics and benefits of promoting visual literacy
Explain what a teacher should and should not do when using videos in class
Explain how to design creative activities using videos in class and identify the advantages of making videos in class
Describe the necessary steps for creating videos and explain how to create different activities for making videos in class
Requirements to take this course:
18 years of age.
An intermediate or higher level of English proficiency (B1 level, according to the CEFR, the Common European Framework Reference for Language).
Teaching experience or a general TEFL/TESOL certificate (recommended).
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Work at your own pace - complete in as little as 3 weeks!
Instructional videos, downloadable resources, quizzes & activities, and discussion board.
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