Integrating video into lessons with young teenagers

Presenter(s): Amanda Davies

Finding appropriate resources which are both interesting and language rich, creating tasks and activities to go with them and aligning content with lesson aims can be extremely time consuming for busy teachers. In this webinar we look at the benefits of using video in the classroom as well as looking at practical, low preparation ideas for integrating video into lessons.

Amanda Davies

When learning replicates real life it’s enjoyable, natural and helps students to become better learners outside the classroom. Our young teenage students have grown up surrounded by technology but it’s not always easy to bring this into the classroom.

Finding appropriate resources which are both interesting and language rich, creating tasks and activities to go with them and aligning content with lesson aims can be extremely time consuming for busy teachers. In this webinar Amanda Davies looks at the benefits of using video in the classroom as well as looking at practical, low preparation ideas for integrating video into lessons.

Amanda Davies is a teacher trainer, author and Publications Editor for IATEFL’s Young Learner and Teenagers Special Interest Group. She’s passionate about young learner teacher professional development and has worked extensively in Primary ELT academic management. 

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