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Your video lesson task: EFL and the flipped classroom
Your video lesson task: EFL and the flipped classroom
Your video lesson task: EFL and the flipped classroom
Your video lesson task: EFL and the flipped classroom
Your video lesson task: EFL and the flipped classroom
Your video lesson task: EFL and the flipped classroom
Your video lesson task: EFL and the flipped classroom
Your video lesson task: EFL and the flipped classroom
Your video lesson task: EFL and the flipped classroom
Your video lesson task: EFL and the flipped classroom
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Your video lesson task: EFL and the flipped classroom

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EFL teachers can see a great potential in the flipped classroom model, a concept that in itself seems quite familiar in our practice if we think of "homework". However, there seems to be a big call on …

EFL teachers can see a great potential in the flipped classroom model, a concept that in itself seems quite familiar in our practice if we think of "homework". However, there seems to be a big call on what we consider homework and how certain contents can be handed on to students "outside of the classroom".. to later expand on the application of those "contents" inside our regular setting in schools.

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  • 1. Your Video Lesson Task Key aspects to consider for a successful experience
  • 2. A teacher’s choices to make  Age group  Proficiency level  Cognitive development (thinking skills)  Students’ interest  Teacher’s intention  Learning goals  Language involved
  • 3. Videos that are “right”  Which criteria do we need to apply?
  • 4. Let’s begin  Lead-in work & strategies
  • 5. Watch  What makes a quality video?  What skills are involved while watching a video?
  • 6. Think  How do you make sure students understand the content of the video?  How can you anticipate challenges?  How do you take advantage of the topic?  How do you make the most of the context of the speakers?  What skills do you aim to work with your students?  How do you offer assistance when needed?
  • 7. Dig Deeper  Why would students see a reason to “dig deeper”?  Choosing the best  Questions  Activities  Texts  Referecing original sources  Adapting original sources: the value & issues when dealing with “authentic texts”  How to keep records of students’ exploration
  • 8. Discuss  How to make “the right questions”  How to promote real discussion  How to set rules for discussion  How to make sure discussion is held in English  How to moderate discussions online / offline?
  • 9. Finishing  What do students need to see when they finish this activity?  How do you validate activities and learning?  How do you make sure there’s a realistic sense of accomplishment?  How do you support struggling students?  Why would students return to such an activity?  How does this experience connect to your classroom?  Is “finishing” really finishing?
  • 10. Your Video Lesson Task Key aspects to consider for a successful experience

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