Saturday, 31 March 2018

#ELTchat Summary Wednesday 28 March 2018: Using Video in ELT

As the topic was using video, I thought it seemed a good idea to have a go at making an #ELTchat video-based summary  so... here it is.

Ideas on How to Use Video

I used Lumen5 to make the video below to summarise ideas mentioned in the chat on how to use video in the ELT classroom:




@naomishema described these two videos as her favourites in the video summary: A Love Story...In Milk and The Power of Words.
@Marisa_C provided a link to an example 'How to..'video: How to Heat Your Room for 15 cents a Day.
 Finally, @fionaljp mentioned using a video transcription tool called oTranscribe

Advantages and Points to Consider When Using Video

I used Tellagami to create the video below to summarise advantages and points to consider when using video in the ELT classroom that were discussed during the chat:




Tools for creating video

The following tools for creating video were shared in the chat:

Lumen 5                                                 Machinima

Plotagon                                                                      Tellagami
Voki                                                         YouTube

Video Resources

The following list of video resources were shared in the chat:

@Marisa_C 
shared her resource for Using Machinima in Class or Online this site to focus on grammar using video - Movie Segments to Access Grammar , Film English by Kieran Donaghy and StoryCorps - Stories from people of all background and beliefs
@GlenysHanson 
shared a sequence of online interactive exercises that she made for Real English 

@whatiselt 
told us about Kinetic typography - with clips from movie scenes.
@koomsha
recommended Ted talks and National Geographic Learning
@SueAnnan
suggested The No Project for global issues,  HSBC videos for videos on culture and Vicki Hollet's Simple English Videos
@LenalouPan
said she loves Listicle videos
@naomishima
shared EdPuzzle for video editing and adding questions "without being a tech wizard".
@Angelos_Bollas
recommended ESOL Courses by Sue Lyon-Jones and Christina Rebuffet's Speak English With Christina
@tesolmatthew
suggested ViralELT by Ian James and Videotelling by Jamie Keddie
@fionaljp
shared a video resources related search on her English Language Teaching Scoop.it


Books on Using Video

@Angelos_Bollas
shared this link to Jamie Keddie's book: Videotelling: YouTube Stories for the Classroom (the paperback).
@ddeubel
shared a link to his free resource: Using Video in the Classroom - a teacher's guidebook.
@fionaljp
recommended Digital Video - A Manual for Language Teachers by Nik Peachey.




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