Vox pops videos can transform your Business English classroom The term vox pop comes from the Latin term vox populi, meaning voice of the people. In modern media terms, it refers to the method of recording people’s responses to questions… Read More ›
In the two previous posts in this series looking at personalization in the classroom, I focused on the individual learner and how teachers and materials can make the language and topics of the classroom relevant to him or her. However,… Read More ›
A post including links to my article on using video in Business English Oxford University Press Ten years ago today, the first YouTube upload was made live on the platform. Entitled ‘Me at the zoo’, it was uploaded by one… Read More ›
Oxford University Press This is the second article of a three-part Business English series by ELT teacher, teacher trainer and course book author, John Hughes. Here, he looks at how the use of video can support business English teaching. One survey into… Read More ›
Originally posted on elteachertrainer:
In my talk summary of ‘The three i’s of graded video’, I mentioned the importance of combining images with language (see dual coding theory) and also integrating video with language teaching. In the actual presentation for…
Here’s information about how we integrated video into the course series ‘Life’.