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Language Learning with Digital Video By Ben Goldstein

Language Learning with Digital Video

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Practical activities and ideas for using a variety of video types in the language classroom, including student-generated video.

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Language Learning with Digital Video by Ben Goldstein

Language Learning with Digital Video is for teachers who are interested in using a range of video in the language classroom, from documentaries to You Tube clips and learner-generated material. The book contains a variety of generic, easy-to-use, practical activities as well as a number of ready-made worksheets for specific video clips. Activities require minimal preparation and are suitable for a range of ages and levels, and for both the experienced and less experienced teacher. There is also a useful list of sources, detailing a wide range of video clips, plus a bank of technical tips and advice.

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Table of Contents

Contents Thanks Acknowledgements Introduction Part 1: Video Exploitation Introduction 1 Video and text 1.1 Translate it back 1.2 Change the genre 1.3 Imagine the scene 1.4 Interior monologues 1.5 Intertitles 1.6 Comment on the comments 1.7 Dialogues 1.8 Video dictogloss 1.9 Video-enhanced texts 1.10 The art of the title 2 Video and narrative 2.1 See it, read it, watch it 2.2 One-minute story 2.3 Mini Bollywood 2.4 Reconstruct the plot 2.5 Narrative errors 2.6 Screenshot storyboard 2.7 Turning points 2.8 Be the commentator 2.9 Penalty shoot-out 2.10 The identity box 3 Video and persuasion 3.1 Ads A: techniques 3.2 Ads B: guidelines 3.3 Promo power 3.4 Videojugs 3.5 Views about news 3.6 The art of the trailer 3.7 Trailers past and present 3.8 Blurb vs trailer 4 Video and music 4.1 Listen and predict 4.2 Beyond the lyrics 4.3 One song, many versions 4.4 Two songs, one video 4.5 Mash-up madness 4.6 Change the soundtrack 4.7 Videoke 4.8 Performance! 5 Video and topic 5.1 Love 5.2 Water 5.3 Sport 5.4 Daily life 5.5 Memory 5.6 Humour 5.7 Culture 5.8 Travel Part 2: Video Creation Introduction 6 Straightforward: Level 1 6.1 Limelight 6.2 Meme machine 6.3 Voice-over substitution 6.4 Good game? 6.5 Lip service 6.6 Campaign 6.7 Structured learning diary 7 Medium: Level 2 7.1 Prove it! 7.2 Make or break 7.3 Ghostly screencast 7.4 Game on 7.5 Detour 7.6 Alternative use 7.7 Body swap 8 Challenging: Level 3 8.1 Continuity chaos 8.2 New news 8.3 Shuffle kerfuffle 8.4 That was then 8.5 Dub club 8.6 Guest speaker 8.7 Tube talk 8.8 Footage 9 Elaborate: Level 4 9.1 I, Object 9.2 Corruption disruption 9.3 Trope 9.4 Off-duty avatars 9.5 The egg challenge 9.6 Invader 9.7 Half-baked remake 9.8 Coming up ... List of sources Index

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Language Learning with Digital Video by Ben Goldstein
Ben Goldstein
Cambridge Handbooks for Language Teachers
Used - Very Good
Cambridge University Press
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