Video for all European project presentation


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Today is the video age, with many possibilities for integrating video in to language learning. Language learning is a multi-sensory process and video allows developing a range of language skills including listening, speaking, reading and writing, with one resource.

Video is a great resource for listening and speaking, for all language learners. Using video helps the student to learn languages at their own pace, when they have the time.

Video for ALL will be the European project that will bring together all current methodologies, ideas and innovative practices to teach and learn languages by integrating digital video. The project believes that video must be a basic tool for a more multidisciplinary approach to language teaching and learning in today’s world.

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Video for all European project presentation

  1. 1. Video for ALL European Funded Project The project ‘VideoforAll - Digital Video as a basic tool for language learning’ has been funded with support from the European Commission. This document reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.
  2. 2. Mission To compile a complete resource of all the ways video can be used in language learning.
  3. 3. Why? For Language learning The video age – because video includes multiple senses Perfect for communicative learning skills Listening Speaking Reading Writing
  4. 4. Why? For Language learning Advantages • Self-regulated learning • Students productions • Anytime, anywhere • Engaging content • Ease of use • Vast repository of resources available
  5. 5. Targets For: All language teachers and learners All languages All levels All ages All countries Bulgarian - български език Croatian - Hrvatski Czech - Čeština Danish - Dansk Dutch - Nederlands English - English Estonian - Eesti Finnish - Suomi French – Français German - Deutsch Greek - Ελληνικά Hungarian - Magyar Irish - Gaeilge Italian - Italiano Latvian - Latviešu Lithuanian - Lietuvių Maltese - Malti Polish - Polski Portuguese - Português Romanian – Română Slovak - Slovenčina Slovene - Slovenščina Spanish - Español Swedish - Svenska
  6. 6. Aims of the project To integrate language teaching/learning and video Create video practices that are language transparent Cover every possible use of video Teach how to make and edit video To promote the effectiveness of video in language learning
  7. 7. Deliverables Research on the use of video in language education Creating the project practices repository Making the practices accessible Developing piloting materials Piloting the materials and piloting evaluation Creating the In-service teacher Training Course Designing and delivering workshops
  8. 8. Research Research on the use of video in language education Background and additional information on the use of video in language education Academic literature Case studies Best practices EU projects Internet tools
  9. 9. Resources & Accessibility 50 language practices using video and techniques Each with examples of usage divided in to: Age CEFR level With How to videos Templates The practices will be available on the website & additional channels
  10. 10. Piloting Online and offline piloting events to test the practices & videos With, at least, 80 testers from: Primary schools secondary schools University lecturers Adult education trainers. Feedback and evaluation Pilot Video for ALL write to:
  11. 11. Training In-service Teacher training course and online & offline workshops How to use the practices & the examples VIDEO for ALL In-Service Training Course (5 days) 6 workshops Online - 1 hour Offline – 2 hours
  12. 12. Thank you for your attention Website: Facebook : Viducate ‘Video for All’ Channel: TeacherTraining Videos ‘Video for All’ Channel: