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Video editing suitable for those people who are shy to speak in front of the camera. They can use images, written texts, their voices, puppets or any other resource to create a video clip about anything.
A video produced by young children of different ages during a recreational activity in Italian and English. The task was simply to listen and sing along with songs but actually this practice can be used in various ways within the language classroom.
Creative collages is about bringing words (written and spoken) together in a modern style video production. Students can type words, cut out printed words, create their own words, put them together on top of each other, combine them with other materials. At the same time words / sentences can be recorded and combined with the images. These ideas work well in conjunction with the art lesson.
Everybody is familiar with the concept of television commercials. Relying on the 30 second common framework students develop a short script. Depending on their language skills this include up to sophisticated scripts. In this example the focus is on learning adjectives. Check out the German example: https://youtu.be/YyXq0xupd_I
Video drama is an active support for the application of a foreign language. It is based on long running ideas of staging a language – where body movement and expression can help language learners to get confidence in applying the foreign language but also learn through experimenting with their foreign language.
Step-by-step guide on how to embed a video-clip into an internet text page, add any text (or transcription) to the text page, link all the words of the text to an online dictionary, and link to other electronic practice exercises, such as Hot Potatoes. The CLIL store project was funded by the EU. The repository of existing units is open access, therefore, teachers or students wishing to use existing units do not have to register with the service before viewing or using the materials. The authoring interface has been designed to be user-friendly, however, new users are encouraged to read the step by step guides provided on the project website and if possible to avail of one of the many training workshops offered by the Tools team.
This video starring some of the Pelican staff was made especially for
Video for all meeting in Brno. It shows a simple recording of both sides
of a telephone conversation edited together.
Having met examples of telephone language and practised key
expressions, learners can script and capture a conversation using
simple video techniques. They can plan the location and make the
recordings of both halves of the conversation separately and then edit