Showing posts with label video. Show all posts
Showing posts with label video. Show all posts

Monday, 30 April 2012

Ted-Ed. Lessons Worth Sharing

Ted-Ed. Lessons Worth Sharing

Today I'd like to introduce you to this website, highly recommendable for teachers involved in bilingual projects. Besides, it's worth the visit if you are an English teacher looking for listening comprehension exercises. Ted Ed site offers videos about topics that can be found in the curriculum of several subjects. Plus, each video features a comprehension quiz, writing prompts and the chance to create your own lesson. But that's not all, teachers who sign up can make their own lessons from any youtube video. A fantastic tool for learners and teachers, a great resource for PILC and CLIL lessons.



Ted-d Video Tutorial








Sunday, 29 April 2012

Video Logs

Some internet users have video logs and they update them regularly. There is a wide variety of video logs and of course, we can find a good buch of them for English learners. Here's a compilation you might want to save in your favourites tool bar.



American English and much more with captioned news and features. Stories are read one-third slower than regular VOA English. You can also read, listen and learn with daily MP3s and texts at voaspecialenglish.com

Idioms, vocabulary, news, entertainment and much more.

Vocabulary, grammar patterns and conversations for young learners of English as a second language.

Five-minute podcasts with lessons for beginners, elementary and advanced students.

Short videos with free lessons on realenglish.com

Grammar, vocabulary, idioms and pronunciation. 

Videos and scripts for students and teachers.


Saturday, 17 March 2012

Happy Saint Patrick's Day

Saint Patrick's Day is on March 17th and it's a national holiday in the Republic of Ireland. St Patrick brought Christianity to Ireland and is the patron of this country. He used a kind of clover called shamrock to explain that The Father, The Son and The Holy Spirit are all the same. There are more legends about him, one of them tells us he drove snakes out of Ireland. As in Ireland, St Patrick's Day is celebrated in other countries, people with Irish heritage proclaim their origins and dress themselves in green. Dublin's parade is amazing but the largest takes place in New York and it lasts for hours.











Saturday, 28 January 2012

Animals: Video

Have you had enough of animal names? Are you looking for more, maybe? In that case, don't miss out on this video. You will find more than a hundred pictures with the English name of vertebrates and invertebrates. Because learning comes easily when you acquire words naturally!