- What types of video and audio materials do you use in your teaching and/or learning?
- What sources do you use other than textbook and curriculum CD’s?
- What kinds of audio/video materials would you like to find for classroom use?
- What skills (if any) would you like to develop in order to make better use of audio and video in your teaching and learning?
In-class overview of the Video Guide
- Sites that use video for language learning
- Downloading YouTube Videos
- Editing Videos with Windows Movie Maker
- Watching TV Shows and Movies online
- Screen capturing & sharing
On your own…
Look at the Video Guide
– Explore the sites listed there. Remember to use Diigo to bookmark those or other video sites of interest.
Things to try…
– Go to YouTube.com, find any video of interest and post it on your blog (instructions here)
– Use a video download tool (like Maxthon or KeepVid.com) to save a video file from a YouTube Video
– Use Windows Movie Maker to edit that video.
– Use your webcam to create and post your own video on YouTube. Become a YouTube Star! Guide here
– Go to the Fall 2012 TTP English Central Class Page, choose a video to watch and then ‘speak the video’.
If time and determination permit, we will experiment with Google+ Hangout. In order to join the hangout, log in to Gmail, go to plus.google.com make sure Jeffery Lebow is in your circle, and look for a ‘join this hangout’ notification. Click it and smile 🙂 Class 1 Hangout here
More info about Hangouts in the Google+ Hangout Guide