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ClipFlair Revoicing and Captioning Activities

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This report presents the results of the work done by 58 foreign language teachers, i.e. more than 350 activities based on subtitling and dubbing video clips.

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ClipFlair Revoicing and Captioning Activities

  1. 1. CLIPFLAIR Foreign Language Learning Through Interactive Revoicing and Captioning of Clips LIFELONG LEARNING PROGRAMME - KEY ACTIVITY 2 & LANGUAGES, MULTILATERAL PROJECT 519085-LLP-1-2011-1-ES-KA2-KA2MP D4.1 Development of revoicing and captioning activities for 15 languages WP No. WP4 WP Title Web Platform Design and Development Activity description This WP concerns the development of at least 300 language learning activities for 15 languages by 42 teachers who will be using the authoring tools of the web platform to create these activities. Authors Per company, if more than one company provide it together. Laura McLoughlin (NUIG) Stavroula Sokoli (UPF) Reviewers George Birbilis (CTI) Status (D: draft; RD: revised draft; F: final) F File Name D4.1RevoicingAndCaptioningActivities.doc Date July 2014 July 2014 Page | 1
  2. 2. D4.1 Development of captioning and revoicing activities Executive Summary This WP concerns the development of at least 300 language learning activities for 15 languages by 42 teachers who used the authoring tools of the web platform http://studio.clipflair.net to create these activities. Table of Contents 1 Introduction .......................................................................................................... 3 2 Peer review process ............................................................................................... 6 3 Activities ............................................................................................................... 8 3.1 Languages being learnt............................................................................................................. 8 3.2 Levels according to CEFR........................................................................................................... 9 3.3 Skills...................................................................................................................................... 10 3.3.1 Audiovisual Skills............................................................................................................ 11 3.4 Types of responses................................................................................................................. 12 3.5 Tasks: Captioning and Revoicing ............................................................................................. 13 3.6 Learner profile ....................................................................................................................... 14 3.6.1 Learning contexts........................................................................................................... 14 3.6.2 Age groups .................................................................................................................... 15 3.6.3 Authors ......................................................................................................................... 15 4 Activity peer review form ..................................................................................... 18 5 List of activities.................................................................................................... 19 July 2014 Page | 2
  3. 3. D4.1 Development of captioning and revoicing activities 1 Introduction The Clipflair project aims at creating a library of resources containing over 300 activities for all CEFR levels of 15 languages. Thanks to the design of the ClipFlair Gallery, the information required for a typical lesson plan (level, age, time required to finish the activity, instructions, aims, outcomes, etc.) are included in the metadata accompanying each activity. Thus teachers who are interested in enriching their course programme with innovative activities, or independent learners can easily find the activities that suit their needs, and instantly know how to use them. ClipFlair activities are available in the Gallery Activity http://gallery.clipflair.net/activity where they can be browsed with the help of the filters in the left panel An ClipFlair activity is considered a learning object consisting at least of: • a clip (audio or video) • instructions • captions or revoicing It may also contain: • other reference material (e.g. information about the clip) • pre- or post-activity exercises etc. • links to dictionaries etc. For more on the definition of a ClipFlair activity, see D2.1 Conceptual Framework and Pedagogical Methodology, pp.19-20. Captioning activities include • standard (interlingual) subtitling, • same-language subtitling • annotations • intertitles. Revoicing includes • dubbing, July 2014 Page | 3
  4. 4. D4.1 Development of captioning and revoicing activities • voice-over, • free commentary, • karaoke, • audio description The 15 languages targeted are Arabic, Basque, Catalan, Chinese, English, Estonian, Greek, Irish, Japanese, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Spanish, Ukrainian. The Activity Metadata Form (see section 3), filled by authors, accompanies each activity created and provides necessary metadata. The information required in the Template includes title, author(s) keywords, aims, estimated time for completion of tasks, language(s), suitability in relation to speakers of specific or any languages, CEFR level(s), skills, AV skills, type of response required of learners, AV tasks, mode of feedback to learners. Activities consist of a number of components and include media files, instructions for the completion of requested tasks, captioning and/or revoicing panels and any additional text, image or media component deemed necessary by the author(s) (see screenshots in Section 4). They are classified as: • Intralingual: activities where the same language is both Source Language and Target Language; • Interlingual: activities where Source Language and Target Language are different; • Multilingual: activities which simultaneously present more than Source and/or Target Language. • Combinations of the above are possible. Whilst activities will help learners to enhance one or more of the four traditional language skills (listening, reading, speaking, writing), they also all aim to develop and/or enhance audiovisual (AV) competence and skills in language learners, with tasks specifically designed to target AV skills, which are defined as follows: • AV Listening (listening to words in combination with nonverbal AV elements, sound or picture) • AV Reading (reading words written on the screen, such as captions) to develop visual-verbal literacy July 2014 Page | 4
  5. 5. D4.1 Development of captioning and revoicing activities • Picture-literacy / Picture-reading (i.e. AV comprehension of nonverbal film images) to develop nonverbal visual literacy • AV Watching (i.e. simultaneous combined 1, 2 and 3) to develop fully integrated AV literacy skills • AV Speaking (i.e. REVOICING) to develop AV verbal literacy • AV Writing (i.e. CAPTIONING) to develop visual verbal literacy • Again, combinations of the above are possible. It is considered that learners can be requested to provide one or more of three type of responses, which must be specified in the Activity Profile Template: • Repeat (intralingual or interlingual repetition, synonym/paraphrase, e.g. literal translation); • Rephrase (express the same idea in a different way, reword or adapt); • React (a new contribution or new content expressed by learner). Audiovisual tasks are divided into two broad categories: Captioning and Revoicing. All activities will include at least one AV task, as follows: • Captioning: audio description, dubbing, free commentary, karaoke, voiceover; • Revoicing: intertitles, multimodal writing, speech bubbles, subtitles. Activities are also defined in terms of Learner type and target audience. Learners have been grouped in the following types: • Teacher dependent: working with the constant and consistent presence of a teacher • Guided: working within a structured framework, with some guidance but without the consistent presence of a teacher • Independent: working without teacher or guidance. Target audiences have been defined according to age, as follows: • < 13 years old • 13-18 years old • 18-35 years ols • > 35 years old. July 2014 Page | 5
  6. 6. D4.1 Development of captioning and revoicing activities 2 Peer review process All activities were peer reviewed. The peer review periods were in mid-project and at the end of the project. A spreadsheet with a list of all activities was shared through the cloud service of Google. All partner members were asked to participate in the reviewing process and choose 10-15 activities from the activity spreadsheet (see figure below) using the filters, e.g. by language. Figure 1: Example of spreadsheet with activities for the peer review process Reviewers were asked to use the peer review form (see section 4) for each activity and then mark it as reviewed in the activities spreadsheet. Activity authors then checked the July 2014 Page | 6
  7. 7. D4.1 Development of captioning and revoicing activities peer review responses (see Figure 2) and decided whether they would like to correct their activities, marking it as “checked by author”. Figure 2: Example of spreadsheet with peer review responses July 2014 Page | 7
  8. 8. D4.1 Development of captioning and revoicing activities 3 Activities 3.1 Languages being learnt A total of 382 activities were created by 58 teachers covering 15 languages, as shown in the following chart. Of these activities, 25 are suited for practicing writing and speaking skills in any language1. Number of activities per language 24 26 27 22 24 25 14 18 16 18 10 12 89 4 4 49 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Ukrainian Spanish Russian Romanian Portuguese Polish Japanese Irish Greek Estonian English Chinese Catalan Basque Arabic Any language Of these activities, 238 are intralingual, 134 are interlingual and 10 are multilingual activities. Intralingual are activities that involve only the language being learned, interlingual 1 These activities are designed for learners with some knowledge of English, so that they can understand the instructions, e.g. “add a voice narration to this clip in the language your are learning”. July 2014 Page | 8
  9. 9. D4.1 Development of captioning and revoicing activities involve transfer from one language to another, whereas multilingual activities involve more than two languages, (e.g. a multilingual clip, instructions in more languages)2. Number of activities per language combination 238 134 10 Interlingual Intralingual Multilingual 3.2 Levels according to CEFR Activities created show a fairly widespread distribution with regards to Levels of fluency (Common European Framework of Reference, 2001) and cater for the following levels: Activities may be considered suitable for more than one level. 2 For more on these definitions, see D2.1 Conceptual Framework and Pedagogical Methodology. July 2014 Page | 9
  10. 10. D4.1 Development of captioning and revoicing activities Number of activities per level (CEFR) A1; 90 A2; 113 C1; 115 C2; 80 B2; 144 B1; 147 A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 3.3 Skills When creating activities, partners were asked to indicate the skills required to decode the input (From Skills) and those required to perform the required tasks (To Skills). As can be expected, “From Skills” are mainly Reading and Listening: 66 60 176 268 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 Listening Reading Writing Speaking From Skills July 2014 Page | 10
  11. 11. D4.1 Development of captioning and revoicing activities Number of activities involving “To skills” are as follows: 99 110 207 298 To Skills 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 Writing Speaking Reading Listening 3.3.1 Audiovisual Skills All Clipflair activities must involve at least one (often more) Audiovisual Skills. The distribution is as follows: July 2014 Page | 11
  12. 12. D4.1 Development of captioning and revoicing activities Per Audiovisual skill 76 143 142 200 221 AV Watching (i.e. simultaneous combined 1, 2 and 3) to develop fully integrated AV literacy skills AV Listening (listening to words in combination with nonverbal AV elements, sound or picture) AV Writing (i.e. CAPTIONING) to develop visual verbal literacy AV Speaking (i.e. REVOICING) to develop AV verbal literacy AV Reading (reading words written on the screen, such as captions) to develop visual-verbal literacy 3.4 Types of responses Activities are also classified according to the response they elicit from learners. NOTE: Activities may elicit more than one response. 272 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 Picture-literacy (AV comprehension of nonverbal film images) to develop nonverbal visual literacy July 2014 Page | 12
  13. 13. D4.1 Development of captioning and revoicing activities Per type of learner response 131 152 198 0 50 100 150 200 250 Repeat (intralingual or interlingual repetition, synonym/paraphrase, e.g. literal translation) React (a new contribution or new content expressed by learner) Rephrase (express the same idea in a different way, reword or adapt) 3.5 Tasks: Captioning and Revoicing Activities require learners to perform captioning revoicing tasks or both. 6 Revoicing Tasks 46 45 54 102 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 Dubbing Audio description Voice-over Free commentary Karaoke Most captioning tasks involve subtitling as shown in the following chart. July 2014 Page | 13
  14. 14. D4.1 Development of captioning and revoicing activities 4 28 253 Captioning Tasks 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 Subtitles Multimodal writing Intertitles 3.6 Learner profile Activities created show an even distribution among different learning contexts and learner profiles, as identified by Partners. They are suitable for the following 3.6.1 Learning contexts The activities are suitable for the following learning contexts. (NOTE Activities may be suitable to more than one context.) 266 255 244 230 235 240 245 250 255 260 265 270 Teacher dependent Guided Independent Learner type July 2014 Page | 14
  15. 15. D4.1 Development of captioning and revoicing activities 3.6.2 Age groups The activities are suitable for the following age groups.(NOTE Activities may be suitable to more than one learner group) Age group 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 >35 years old 18-35 years old 13-18 years old < 13 years old All ages Age group 3.6.3 Authors Activity authors are the following 57 language teachers, members of the ClipFlair consortium. Author Number of activities Adriana Neagu 6 Agnieszka Szarkowska 10 Agnieszka Szarkowska & Elżbieta Gajek 24 Albert Pai 6 Alexandra Cotoc & Anamaria Radu 7 Anabel Galán-Mañas 13 Anamaria Milonean 12 Anamaria Radu & Alexandra Cotoc 5 Betlem Soler 1 Charles Liang 1 July 2014 Page | 15
  16. 16. D4.1 Development of captioning and revoicing activities Conceição Bravo 8 Cristina FELEA 6 Cristina Varga 14 Dawning Leung 3 Dorothy Ní Uigín 3 Dorothy Ní Uigín & Pilar Alderete-Díez 1 Dorothy Ní Uigín & Éamonn Ó Cofaigh & Sinéad Nic Aodha 1 Dorothy Ní Uigín & Pilar Alderete-Diez 2 Dorothy Ní Uigín & Sinéad Nic Aodha 1 Dorothy Ní Uigín & Susan Folan 1 Eugenia Bojoga 6 First Primary School of Polygyros 1 Helena Casas-Tost 6 Helena Voellmer 2 Jennifer Lertola 6 Jennifer Lertola & Cristina Mariotti 6 Johanna 3 Junko Kasai 6 Kaori Taniguchi 6 Kristiina Rebane & Kristiina - Tedremaa Levorato & Markus Oder 22 Kurutziaga school 6 Laura McLoughlin 16 Liana Muthu 8 Lucía Molina 12 Mamon Abuorabialedwan 4 Marga Navarrete 12 Noa Talaván 18 July 2014 Page | 16
  17. 17. D4.1 Development of captioning and revoicing activities Olga Torres 14 Panagiotis Pagiatis 4 Patricia Rodríguez-Inés 3 Polygyros Primary School 1 Rocío Baños 1 Rong Guo 1 Rose Ní Dhubhda 8 Sanda Moraru 21 Sanda Moraru & Stavroula Sokoli 1 Sara Rovira-Esteva 8 Stavroula Sokoli 17 Stavroula Sokoli & Agnieszka Szarkowska 1 Stavroula Sokoli & Cristina Varga 3 Stavroula Sokoli & Marga Navarrete 1 UCL 7 University of Deusto 6 Valentina 6 Valentina Ragni 4 July 2014 Page | 17
  18. 18. D4.1 Development of captioning and revoicing activities 4 Activity peer review form July 2014 Page | 18
  19. 19. D4.1 Development of captioning and revoicing activities 5 List of activities All activities are available in the Gallery Activity http://gallery.clipflair.net/activity where they can be browsed with the help of the filters in the left panel. They are also presented in this section July 2014 Page | 19
  20. 20. D4.1 Development of captioning and revoicing activities July 2014 Page | 20
  21. 21. ClipFlair activity peer review This form is for helping each other improve our activities. Let's be constructive and try to give as much feedback as possible to our colleague and activity author. PLEASE TRY TO CARRY OUT the instructions to see if they're doable. For example add subtitles, add revoicing, go to the links to see if they are working etc. * Required Activity Info Activity URL link * Copy the activity link from http://gallery.clipflair.net/activity/ Activity author * Please copy the name-surname as it appears in the metadata of the activity About the reviewer Name of reviewer E-mail of reviewer The activity author may want to get in touch with you for clarifications About the metadata Please review activity description, language level, type of response, etc. To see all metadata for this activity find the activity on the Gallery and click on the image. The metadata appears on the right. The metadata are correct * Description, language level, type of response etc. as appear in the metadata in the Gallery are correct Suggestions for correcting metadata Please specify corrections of metadata or let the author know that you have corrected them in the metadata form
  22. 22. About the activity The activity is ClipFlair-specific * Involves captioning and/or revoicing The activity goals are * It is easy to understand what one is going to learn not clear Implied clearly expressed Suggestions for improving clarity of goals The activity is suitable for the language level * No More or less Yes Suggestions for improving suitability to language level The instructions are clear * It is easy to understand what one has to do to complete the activity No More or less Yes
  23. 23. Suggestions for improving clarity of instructions The instructions are reusable * They can be (translated and) used in other activities: the text component involving them can be saved and listed in the Gallery for others to import in their activities The layout of the components is user-friendly * It is clear and helps the user complete the activity. It looks good when you click on zoom-to-fit (bottom left corner of the activity window) No More or less Yes Suggestions for improving layout The activity can be used as a template * The layout, the structure, the size of the components are so well done that it can be used as a template to create more activities for other languages, levels etc Other suggestions for improvement and corrections Also, we're only human so we're bound to make mistakes, typos etc. This is the place to point them out. What's great about this activity? Things you found inspiring and think that other authors would benefit from
  24. 24. About the clip Review of the clip used in the activity The clip is well-suited for * No More or less Yes Very much so the activity goals the targeted age group The clip can be reused for different... * No More or less Yes Very much so activities (for example, the use of recipes to practice vocabulary, grammar, etc.) language skills languages levels of language proficiency kinds of activities (captioning, revoicing etc) Comments about the clip Ideas about reusing it, etc Submit
  25. 25. Waterloo Learning objectives: - Identify stereotypes the English have about the French and vice versa. - Translate a scene containing a geographical dialect and cultural references. Steps: 1) Look for general information about the TV series “Blackadder”, and about the episode “Back and Forth” in particular. 2) Watch the video (5 minutes 41 seconds). 3) Translate the subtitled scene in the language you are learning. For learners of Any language For speakers of English Level C1 Author Stavroula Sokoli 2 Days in Paris This is an unfinished activity created for the ClipFlair Conference Workshop, "ClipFlair Studio for advanced users". Feel free to use it as a basis for your own activities! For learners of English Level B1 Author Noa Talaván For learners of Arabic For speakers of Any language أبو الدخان The aim of the activity is to practice vocabulary, pronunciation and prosody. A Farewell to Arms In this activity you will transcribe a classic movie and will learn about cultural references on the movie A Farewell to Arms and on WW I
  26. 26. Level A1 Author Lucía Molina For learners of Romanian For speakers of English Level C2 Author Adriana Neagu Uimhreacha: Ag Comhaireamh sa Ghaeilge To gain a good understanding of numbers and counting in Irish For learners of Irish For speakers of Irish Level A2 Author Rose Ní Dhubhda الامتحان The aim of the activity is to practice vocabulary related to learning and to improve pronunciation and prosody. For learners of Arabic Level B1 Author Lucía Molina For learners of Italian For speakers of Any language Level B1 Author Laura McLoughlin Al Bar Preparation for oral examination: Leaving Certificate in Italian, Picture Sequence 1. Meeting and socializing. For learners of Italian For speakers of Any language Level B1 Author Laura McLoughlin Al Bar_2 Preparation for oral examination: Leaving Certificate in Italian, Picture Sequence 1. Meeting and socializing.
  27. 27. Activitatea 1 - Limba rusa - Alfabetul In this activity the students will learn: 1. The Russian alphabet. 2. The pronunciation of the vowels and the consonants of Russian. 3. Basic Russian vocabulary. 5. How to ask "What is this?" and how to respond "This is ..." in Russian. For learners of Russian For speakers of Romanian Level A1 Author Eugenia Bojoga Activitatea 1 - Limba ucraineana - Alfabetul In this activity the students will learn: 1. The Ukrainian alphabet. 2. The pronounciation of the vowels and the consonants of Ukrainian. 3. Basic Ukrainian vocabulary. 5. How to ask "What is this?" and how to respond "This is ..." in Ukrainian. For learners of Ukrainian For speakers of Romanian Level A1 Author Eugenia Bojoga All Time Greats Football Objectives: - the subtitling activity will enable you to listen attentively to the audio in the clip and to think of the best translation into Portuguese to produce the subtitles; - the Revoicing activity will enable you to practice speaking Portuguese in a scene which simulates rapid, real-life contexts. Instructions: Task 1 - 40 minutes 1.Listen to the dialogues in the videoclip 2. Produce subtitles in Portuguese for the AlyaRed, exercici de traducció mèdica This clip was named the winner in the 2012 International Science and Engineering Visualization Challenge, hosted by Science Magazine and the U.S. National Science Foundation. The video is about a project to build and use a computational model of the heart. In this activity, students will subtitle part of the clip. A high level of
  28. 28. English audio Task 2 - 20 minutes 1. Using the subtitles produced in Task 1, in a role-play situation, with another learner, revoice the scene in Portuguese. For learners of Portuguese For speakers of English Level B2 Author Conceicao Bravo English is required. Activity was originally designed for English to Catalan scientific translation students. Tip for independent students: You can find subtitles in English and Spanish in YouTube. For learners of Catalan For speakers of Any language Level C2 Author Olga Torres AlyaRed, exercici de traducció a la vista This clip was named the winner in the 2012 International Science and Engineering Visualization Challenge, hosted by Science Magazine and the U.S. National Science Foundation. The video is about a project to build and use a computational model of the heart. In this activity, students will revoice part of the clip. A high level of English is required. Activity was originally designed for English to Catalan scientific translation students. Tip for independent students: You can find subtitles in English and Spanish in YouTube. Before doing this activity, you need to do first "Alya Red, exercici de traducció mèdica". For learners of Catalan For speakers of Catalan Level C2 Author Olga Torres Anatomy theatre 01 In this exercise you will practise advanced listening and writing by captioning the clip. For learners of English For speakers of Any language Level C1 Author Agnieszka Szarkowska
  29. 29. Anatomy theatre 02 In this exercise you will practise advanced listening and writing by captioning the clip (into Polish or any other language). For learners of English For speakers of Any language Level C1 Author Agnieszka Szarkowska Anatomy Theatre Andrew Graham-Dixon and Giorgio Locatelli go on a cultural adventure through Emilia Romagna to unveil the region’s artistic, historical and culinary wonders. In this scene they are in Emilia Romagna’s main city, Bologna, where they visit one of the eldest universities in the world. For learners of Italian For speakers of English Level C1 Author Valentina Ragni An Chathair Agus An Tuath Íomhánna tuaithe agus cathrach agus déantar comparáid eatarthu For learners of Irish For speakers of Any language Level A1 Author Dorothy Ní Uigín An Fhoghlaim Chumaisc Pléitear an Fhoghlaim Chumaisc sa mhír seo. For learners of Irish For speakers of Any language Level B2 Author Dorothy Ní Uigín Appletree Arabic Story
  30. 30. Educational Arabic video for beginners. For learners of Arabic For speakers of English Level A1 Author Mamon Abuorabialedwan Educational Arabic video for beginners. Play the entire video from start to finish and discuss the content with your classmates. Insert subtitles in Arabic. Please note that you don’t have to insert all the subtitles as some of them have been already inserted. For learners of Arabic For speakers of English Level B1 Author Mamon Abuorabialedwan Ár nArán Laethúil A video explaining the tradition of bread-making For learners of Irish For speakers of Irish Level B2 Author Rose Ní Dhubhda كل یوم The student will practice the different ways of expressing time in Arabic, as well as describe the different activities we perform in one day. For learners of Arabic For speakers of Any language Level A1 Author Lucía Molina Asking for the Bill Atrás Das Nuvens Subjuntivo
  31. 31. In this activity you will practise how to ask for the bill in Japanese. For learners of Japanese For speakers of English Level A1 Author Junko Kasai Nesta atividade você vai praticar o uso do subjuntivo fazendo suposições. For learners of Portuguese For speakers of Any language Level B1 Author Anabel Galán- Mañas The Inbetweeners: Australian accent scene This activity aims at exploring strategies used to translate instances of geographical, social or temporal dialects by making students translate a scene containing a geographical dialect and look at other scenes containing other dialects. For learners of English For speakers of Any language Level B2 Author Patricia Rodríguez-Inés A day in an ants nest A2_1 For learners of Estonian For speakers of English Level A2 Author Kristiina Rebane A day in an ants nest B1_ باب شرقي 1
  32. 32. For learners of Estonian For speakers of English Level A2 Author Kristiina Rebane The aim of the activity is to practice pronunciation and prosody. In addition, it aims to develop cultural competence through the information offered by the clip. For learners of Arabic Level A2 Author Lucía Molina بیت أحلامي The aim is to practice written expression. Especially, the structures to express “there is/there are” in Arabic. For learners of Arabic Level A2 Author Lucía Molina Before Sunrise Bridge 01 In this exercise you will pratise listening and writing skills by making your own English subtitles. For learners of English For speakers of Any language Level C1 Author Agnieszka Szarkowska Before Sunrise DiningCar 01 Before Sunrise DiningCar 02
  33. 33. In this exercise you will pratise listening and writing skills by making your own English subtitles. For learners of English For speakers of Any language Level C1 Author Agnieszka Szarkowska In this activity you can practise listening and writing by captioning a clip. For learners of English For speakers of Any language Level C1 Author Agnieszka Szarkowska Before Sunrise Train 01 In this exercise you will pratise listening and writing skills by filling in the gaps in English subtitles to a clip from "Before Sunrise". For learners of English For speakers of Any language Level C1 Author Agnieszka Szarkowska Before Sunrise Train 02 In this exercise you will pratise listening and writing skills by filling in the gaps in English subtitles to a clip from "Before Sunrise". For learners of English For speakers of Any language Level C1 Author Agnieszka Szarkowska Before Sunrise (Bridge scene) Before Sunrise (Dining Car Scene)
  34. 34. Interlingual captioning to improve listening comprehension for advanced students For learners of English For speakers of Any language Level B2 Author Noa Talaván Interlingual captioning to improve listening comprehension for advanced students For learners of English For speakers of Any language Level B2 Author Noa Talaván Before Sunrise (Train scene) Interlingual captioning to improve listening comprehension for advanced students For learners of English For speakers of Any language Level B2 Author Noa Talaván For learners of Irish For speakers of Irish Level A1 Author Rose Ní Dhubhda Bia agus Deoch Introducing vocabulary relating to various food and drink items Direction complements and their extended use Big Buck Bunny
  35. 35. This activity is designed to help you to understand and practise how to use the direction complements and their extended use. You may not know all the animals' names and all the actions they did. Don't worry, all the vocabulary is given, and you are not required to remember all the words. Captions (with gaps to fill the direction complements) and revoicing for all the major actions have been done for you to help you overcome the problem of new vocabulary. You only need to concentrate on the direction of their actions and how to use the direction complements. Grammar explanation and answers are all given at the end of the text, but I'd prefer that you leave them to the end and only use them to check your work. Detailed instruction on how to use the activity are written in the text. For learners of Chinese For speakers of Any language Level A2 Author Rong Guo Είναι μια δραστηριότητα υποτιτλισμού και μεταγλώττισης ενός βίντεο κινουμένων σχεδίων με την οποία ο μαθητής μπορεί να εξασκηθεί στον γραπτό και προφορικό λόγο στα αγγλικά. For learners of English For speakers of Greek Level B2 Author Stavroula Sokoli Sample (Big Buck Bunny) Sample revoiced (Big Buck Bunny) This is a sample activity containing all six components: clip, text, captions, revoicing, image, map. It is not a language learning activity, just a sample to show how components can be mixed in a single activity. For learners of Any For speakers of Any This is a sample with Erifil's voice dubbing the video in Greek. It has not been designed as a language learning activity but it can be used as one.
  36. 36. For learners of Any language For speakers of Any language language language Author Stavroula Sokoli Biggest wave surfing By listening attentively and producing subtitles/captions for the news report you will practice writing Portuguese in a journalistic genre. By Revoicing your subtitles, you will practice Portuguese at a speed and level of a news report spoken in an authentic context. For learners of Portuguese For speakers of English Level C1 Author Conceicao Bravo For learners of Irish Level B1 Author Dorothy Ní Uigín Bilbao Bilbo San fhíseán seo feictear íomhánna de Bilbo/Bilbao agus iarrtar ar an bhfoghlaimeoir fotheidil agus aisghuthú a chur leis na híomhánna Bioptron Light Therapy Systems To get acquainted with the text genre "advertising and information brochure". For learners of English For speakers of Any language Birch in the garden Subtitreeri videoklipis intervjueerija poolt esitatavad küsimused. Vasta järgnevatele küsimustele.
  37. 37. Level B2 Author Patricia Rodríguez-Inés For learners of Estonian For speakers of Any language Level B2 Author Kristiina Rebane Birch in the garden B2_2 For learners of Estonian For speakers of Any language Level B2 Author Kristiina Rebane BlackadderWaterloo-Cap-A1-EN This activity aims at identifying stereotypes the English have about the French and vice versa by making students translate a scene containing a geographical dialect and cultural references. For learners of English For speakers of Any language Level B1 Author Patricia Rodríguez-Inés For learners of Irish For speakers of Any language Level C1 Author Dorothy Ní Uigín & Pilar Alderete- Díez Bliain thar Lear Intercultural awareness блины на молоке - Cum să preparăm blinii? In this activity the students will learn: 1. vocabulary about cooking 2. how to describe the preparation of a recipe 3. cultural elements related with the Russian cuisine 4. a Russian popular song about blini.
  38. 38. For learners of Russian For speakers of Romanian Level A1 Author Eugenia Bojoga Boss AC Sexta-feira Ouvir a canção, ler a letra e ver as assinaladas a vermelho. São idiomáticas ou calão. For learners of Portuguese For speakers of Any language Level C1 Author Conceição Bravo É sexta-feira A catchy rap-type song in Portuguese describing the current economic difficulties young people have: it's Friday and they can't afford to go partying, as they can't find a job, buy a car, etc. Learners can focus on the chorus only, try to find synonyms for the keywords and sing along with different lyrics. For learners of Portuguese Author Conceição Bravo Bunchomhrá sa Ghaeilge To introduce basic conversation in Irish For learners of Irish For speakers of Irish Level A1 Author Rose Ní Dhubhda Big Buck Bunny with English subtitles This is the work of the Polygyros primary school. The fifth-year students took the video and added their subtitles using their
  39. 39. For learners of Any language For speakers of Any language Level B1 Author Polygyros Primary School imagination. Călător At the end of this unit, the students will know how: - to use the Romanian Indicative present in authentic and meaningful contexts - to use the noun - to use greeting formulas For learners of Romanian For speakers of Any language Level A2 Author Anamaria Radu Carta als pares Una noia explica als pares la seva visita a Londres: què ha vist, on ha anat, etc. En aquesta activitat pots practicar el temps verbal passat i vocabulari quotidià en català. For learners of Catalan For speakers of Any language Level B1 Author Olga Torres Car addicts This activity will show you a video on addiction to car use. You you will be asked to watch, listen, read the subtitles and correct the spelling mistakes that you find in them. This will help to improve your A nossa casa Basic tagging exercise to identify parts of the house. For learners of Portuguese For speakers of Any language Level A1 Author UCL
  40. 40. listening and spelling skills. You will then be asked to create your own subtitles for the same video and compare with your peers. For learners of English For speakers of Any language Level B2 Author Laura McLoughlin A nossa casa nova Desenvolver vocabulário - passar de substantivos a adjetivos. For learners of Portuguese For speakers of Any language Level B1 Author UCL Castells y castellers The presentation of a tradition in Catalunya: the castells. For learners of Catalan For speakers of Romanian Level B2 Author Cristina Varga For learners of Japanese For speakers of Any language Casual Casual Narration (Japanese) Thoughts spoken out in a casual tone. Useful for understanding informal speech as may be written in Manga, etc. For learners of Japanese For speakers of English Level A1
  41. 41. Author Junko Kasai Casu Marzu British food columnist Tom Parker-Bowles visits Sardinia to examine one of its very peculiar culinary traditions, namely the making of casu marzu, also called ‘maggot cheese’, a special pecorino cheese teeming with fly larvae, considered a unique delicacy by the islanders. Add subtitles to the clip where appropriate. You can use the script below for reference. For learners of English For speakers of Any language Level C1 Author Valentina Ragni Veus superposades en un documental de la Mona Lisa Aquest exercici permet posar en pràctica diferents habilitats lingüístiques. En primer lloc, la comprensió oral en anglès. En segon lloc, l’expressió escrita en anglès. En tercer lloc, la pràctica de la traducció de l’anglès al català. En quart lloc, l'expressió oral en català. For learners of Catalan For speakers of Any language Level C1 Author Olga Torres Subtitulació d'un documental sobre la Mona Lisa Escriu el nom de les peces de roba en català (solucionari inclòs) Aquest exercici permet posar en pràctica diferents habilitats lingüístiques. En primer lloc, la comprensió oral en anglès. En segon lloc, l’expressió escrita en anglès. En tercer For learners of Catalan For speakers of Any Aquest exercici serveix per repassar el vocabulari de les peces de roba en català. language
  42. 42. lloc, la pràctica de la traducció de l’anglès al català. En quart lloc, la capacitat de síntesi i de subtitulació d’un vídeo. For learners of Catalan For speakers of Any language Level C1 Author Olga Torres Level A2 Author Olga Torres Les peces de roba en català (expressió oral) Aquest exercici serveix per repassar el vocabulari de les peces de roba i la pronunciació de les peces de roba. For learners of Catalan For speakers of Any language Level A2 Author Olga Torres Aprèn el nom de les peces de roba en català Aquest exercici serveix per repassar el vocabulari de les peces de roba. For learners of Catalan For speakers of Any language Level A1 Author Olga Torres Ceolchoirm na Nollag Schoolchildren singing a popular Christmas song: Rudolf An Fia Rua (Rudolph The Red- Nosed Reindeer) For learners of Irish For speakers of Irish Charade In this activity you will learn about cultural references and cultural adaptation related to movie and literature. For learners of English For speakers of English
  43. 43. Level A2 Author Rose Ní Dhubhda Level C2 Author Adriana Neagu Christmas revoicing by Thalia ClipFlair has other uses apart from foreign language learning - for example, preschool reading. This is the result of the activity Christmas with Tom and Jerry by Thalia, a five-year-old girl from Greece. For learners of Any language For speakers of English Level A2 Author Stavroula Sokoli Χριστούγεννα με Τομ και Τζέρυ Μια διαφορετική Χριστουγεννιάτικη κάρτα. Χρόνια πολλά! For learners of Greek For speakers of Greek Level B1 Author Stavroula Sokoli Christmas with Tom and Jerry A special ClipFlair Christmas card! Click on the recording button to revoice the cartoon. For learners of Any language For speakers of Any language Level A2 Author Stavroula Sokoli For learners of English For speakers of English Level A2 Author Rose Ní Dhubhda Christmas Song Schoolchildren sing a popular Christmas song at their school concert.
  44. 44. Christmas Template This is a template activity. You can use it to create your language learning activities around a Christmas theme. For learners of Any language For speakers of Any language Author Stavroula Sokoli CHT_Asking_Numbers In this activity, students will learn how to participate in a Chinese conversation involving figures. In the two settings of the video clip, students will discuss the prices of products and the number of people with their partners. For learners of Chinese For speakers of Any language Level B1 Author Albert Pai CHT_Aspectual Markers Aspect marker is an important feature of Mandarin Chinese, as opposed to tense markers in many other languages. In this activity, students will be able to distinguish different aspect markers in Mandarin Chinese, including le (perfective or status change), guò (experiential), zhe (durative) and zhèngzài (durative), and acquire hands-on understanding of these aspect markers CHT_Baby_Panda By the end of this activity, students will be able to speak different body parts in Mandarin Chinese through role-playing the baby panda and the veterinarian. To build up the context of the conversation, the Chinese names of panda will be discussed and the location of the Taipei Zoo will be identified. through practice. For learners of Chinese For speakers of Any language
  45. 45. For learners of Chinese For speakers of Any language Level B2 Author Albert Pai Level C1 Author Albert Pai CHT_Bopomofo_1 By the end of this activity, students will be able to pronounce the initials of Mandarin Chinese in the Bopomofo phonic system. For learners of Chinese For speakers of Any language Level A1 Author Albert Pai CHT_Bopomofo_2 By the end of this activity, students will be able to pronounce the initials of Mandarin Chinese in the Bopomofo phonic system. For learners of Chinese For speakers of Any language Level A1 Author Albert Pai CHT Planning Trip in Taiwan One of the primary motivations people learn foreign languages is to travel. In this activity, students will learn how to talk about their journey plan in Mandarin Chinese. They will be asked to express the means of transportation and the order they will take them to arrive at their destinations. Also, they will encouraged to discuss their travel plan with their peers. For learners of Italian For speakers of Any language Cinque Terre Webquest (risposte da cercare su internet), descrizione del video in base alla informazioni trovate su internet e revoicing della descrisione del video: slideshow of the small village of Manarola which is part of the Cinque Terre in the Liguria region in Italy.
  46. 46. For learners of Chinese For speakers of Any language Level A1 Author Albert Pai Level A2 Author Jennifer Lertola Coffee - What Do You Know about It? Coffee is one of the most popular drinks in the world. Five units have been created to offer you a brief journey into issues ranging from basic facts to various aspects of its role in human society. You can work your way through the units and learn according to preferences or your level of English or simply to have fun! Unit 1 gives you the opportunity to review basic vocabulary and facts about coffee by means of pictures and an illustrated quiz. Enjoy! For learners of Any language For speakers of Any language Level A2 Author Cristina FELEA The Coffee Story Coffee is one of the most popular drinks in the world. Five units have been created to offer you a brief journey into issues ranging from basic facts to various aspects of its role in human society. You can work your way through the units and learn according to preferences or your level of English or simply to have fun! Unit 2 gives you the opportunity to find out more about coffee in a larger context by means of a captioned video. You can practice your speaking by revoicing text and your reading/vocabulary skills. Enjoy! For learners of English For speakers of Any language Level B1 Author Cristina FELEA Coffee - How Do You Like It? Enjoy the Cheery Bean!
  47. 47. Coffee is one of the most popular drinks in the world. Five units have been created to offer you a brief journey into issues ranging from basic facts to various aspects of its role in human society. You can work your way through the units and learn according to preferences or your level of English or simply to have fun! Unit 3 gives you the opportunity to practice every day English while expressing your coffee preferences. Further on, you may practice writing and speaking while commenting on the different ways you enjoy drinking it. Enjoy! For learners of English For speakers of Any language Level B1 Author Cristina FELEA Coffee is one of the most popular drinks in the world. Five units have been created to offer you a brief journey into issues ranging from basic facts to various aspects of its role in human society. You can work your way through the units and learn according to preferences or your level of English or simply to have fun! Unit 4 gives you the opportunity to get in a great mood while learning a few new words and singing together with the Ink Spots about the pleasures of drinking coffee. Enjoy! For learners of English For speakers of Any language Level B1 Author Cristina FELEA Coffee 101 - Let's Find Out More! Coffee is one of the most popular drinks in the world. Five units have been created to offer you a brief journey into issues ranging from basic facts to various aspects of its role in human society. You can work your way through the units and learn according to preferences or your level of English or simply to have fun! Unit 5 gives you the opportunity to get familiar with and consolidate a few aspects of coffee history in the US while watching and listening to a video clip. Various activities are provided for you to get deeper into the wonderful Colorful Template This is a template you can use for your subtitling activities. Just drag and drop a video file (.mp4) to the clip area and start subtitling! For learners of Any language For speakers of Any language Author Panagiotis Pagiatis
  48. 48. culture of coffee. Enjoy! For learners of English For speakers of Any language Level B2 Author Cristina FELEA Com s hi va Catalan lesson which helps Romanian students to learn how to give directions in a city. The lesson is based on a mute video showing directions in Barcelona. For learners of Catalan For speakers of Romanian Level B1 Author Cristina Varga For learners of Spanish For speakers of Any language Level B1 Author Marga Navarrete Con Chapas This is an episode from a short film series. Students have to complete the subtiltes and dub the characters with their own voices. Contae na Gaillimhe Físeáin d'áiteanna stairiúla i gContae na hÉireann, Gaillimh. For learners of Irish For speakers of Irish Level B1 Author Dorothy Ní Uigín Contato imediato Nesta atividade você vai ter que entender um texto oral com vocabulário relacionado com aspectos pessoais, e escrever frases simples em português. For learners of Portuguese For speakers of Any language
  49. 49. Level A2 Author Anabel Galán- Mañas Ντοκιμαντέρ Creta Plant Στόχος αυτής της δραστηριότητας είναι η εξάσκηση στη χρήση των άρθρων και των εμπρόθετων άρθρων στα ελληνικά, για παράδειγμα ο, η, το, στον, στη, στο, κλπ. Πριν παρακολουθήσεις το βίντεο, προσπάθησε να συμπληρώσεις τα άρθρα στους υπότιτλους. Στη συνέχεια επιβεβαίωσε τις λύσεις σου ακούγοντας προσεκτικά το βίντεο. For learners of Greek For speakers of Greek Level A2 Author Stavroula Sokoli DansulIubirii At the end of this unit, the students will know how: - to use the Romanian Past and Imperfect tense in authentic and meaningful contexts - to use types of questions: where? why? when? how? who? what? For learners of Romanian For speakers of Any language Level B1 Author Anamaria Radu Day of Maggie 01 In this exercise you will pratise the use of the Present Simple tense to talk about everyday actions. For learners of English For speakers of Any language Day of Maggie 02 In this exercise you will practise the use of the Present Simple tense to talk about everyday actions. For learners of English For speakers of Any language
  50. 50. Level A1 Author Agnieszka Szarkowska Level A1 Author Agnieszka Szarkowska Day of Maggie 03 In this exercise you will pratise everyday actions by filling in gaps in subtitles. For learners of English For speakers of Any language Level A1 Author Agnieszka Szarkowska Day of Maggie 04 In this exercise you will practise the use of the Present Simple tense to talk about everyday actions. For learners of English For speakers of Any language Level A1 Author Agnieszka Szarkowska Day of Maggie 05 In this exercise you will learn to talk about everyday activities. For learners of Polish For speakers of Any language Level A1 Author Agnieszka Szarkowska Day of Maggie 06 In this exercise you will learn to talk about everyday activities. For learners of Polish For speakers of English Level A1 Author Agnieszka Szarkowska Day of Maggie 07 Η μέρα της Μάγκι
  51. 51. In this exercise you will learn to talk about everyday activities and the time they are done. For learners of Polish For speakers of English Level A1 Author Agnieszka Szarkowska This activity is based on a short animation about Maggie the Witch and her every day activities. Translate the subtitles in Greek and revoice the video to pratise the use of the Present Simple tense to talk about everyday actions. Με αυτή την άσκηση θα εξασκηθούμε στη χρήση του Ενεστώτα όταν μιλάμε για καθημερινές δραστηριότητες. For learners of Greek For speakers of English Level B1 Author Stavroula Sokoli De Compras In this activity students will learn: - basic vocabulary in Spanish related to shopping. - the two ways of expressing the future tense in Spanish: el futuro simple and the "ir+a+infinitivo" form They will practice listening, writing, translation and speaking in Spanish. For learners of Spanish For speakers of Romanian Level A2 Author Sanda Moraru Demolition Call This activity contains the audio of a prank telephone call. You will be asked to listen and understand peculiar expressions used by the caller, revoice the conversation and then write a formal letter related to the content of the call. The activity will help you to raise your awareness of regional varieties and then to work on formal letter writing.
  52. 52. For learners of English For speakers of Any language Level C1 Author Laura McLoughlin Descobriu Barcelona a gambades Catalan activity which helps Romanian students to learn how to refer to sports. The activity is based on a news video of BarcelonaTV. For learners of Catalan For speakers of Romanian Level B1 Author Cristina Varga De Viaje Students will learn: - Spanish vocabulary related to planning a trip - the present subjunctive They will practice listening, reading, writing, translation and revoicing. For learners of Spanish For speakers of Romanian Level B1 Author Sanda Moraru Directions to a Location In this activity you will practise both giving and receiving directions. For learners of Japanese For speakers of English Level A2 Author Junko Kasai Edinburgh (tourist ad) for the blind A tourist ad (without dialogue) meant for students to record an audiodescription track so as to improve speaking skills. For learners of English For speakers of Any language Level A1 Author Noa Talaván
  53. 53. El Cumpleaños Students will learn: - vocabulary in Spanish related to celebrating birthdays - the verbal periphrasis "hay+que+infinitivo" They will practice listening, writing, translation, speaking (through revoicing). For learners of Spanish For speakers of Romanian Level A2 Author Sanda Moraru El Deporte Students will learn: - vocabulary in Spanish related to sports - the affirmative and negative imperative They will practice listening, translation, writing and speaking (through revoicing). For learners of Spanish For speakers of Romanian Level B2 Author Sanda Moraru El Internet Students will learn: - vocabulary in Spanish related to internet, copy-right, copy-left - sentence and discursive connectors - the conditional clause They will practice listening, translation, writing and speaking (through revoicing). For learners of Spanish For speakers of Romanian Level B2 Author Sanda Moraru El Ocio Students will learn: - vocabulary in Spanish related to the spare time - the past tense (the imperfect) They will practice listening, translation, writing and speaking (through revoicing). For learners of Spanish For speakers of Romanian Level B1 Author Sanda Moraru
  54. 54. El Paro Students will learn: - vocabulary in Spanish related to unemployment - the future perfect - the present and the past subjunctive - colloquial expressions They will practice listening, translation, writing and speaking (through revoicing). For learners of Spanish For speakers of Romanian Level B2 Author Sanda Moraru El Tiempo Students will learn: - vocabulary in Spanish related to describing seasons - the present perfect tense They will practice listening, translation, writing and speaking (through revoicing). For learners of Spanish For speakers of Romanian Level A1 Author Sanda Moraru El Transporte Students will learn: - vocabulary in Spanish related to transport - the numbers - adverbs of time They will practice listening, translation, writing and speaking (through revoicing). For learners of Spanish For speakers of Romanian Level A2 Author Sanda Moraru En el hospital Students will learn: - vocabulary in Spanish related to types of disease - the present perfect - the present conditional - the verbal periphrasis "tener+que+infinitivo" They will practice listening, translation, writing and speaking (through revoicing). For learners of Spanish For speakers of Romanian Level A2 Author Sanda Moraru
  55. 55. En el trabajo Students will learn: - vocabulary in Spanish related to work - mientras+present subjunctive They will practice listening, translation, writing and speaking (through revoicing). For learners of Spanish For speakers of Romanian Level B1 Author Sanda Moraru A walk in the woods This activity will show you a character walking in the woods. You are asked to watch, discuss in class what you think is going on and create and record a narration for the clip. This will help you to create sequential narration as well as record with proper intonation and pronunciation. For learners of English For speakers of Any language Level A2 Author Laura McLoughlin For learners of Spanish For speakers of Romanian En la escuela Students will learn: - vocabulary in Spanish related to study - alternation past simple tense / imperfect - verbal periphrasis: "seguir+gerundio", "acabar+gerundio", "estar+gerundio" They will practice listening, translation, writing and speaking (through revoicing). Entrevista G Gomes (CAP) In this activity you will learn how to subtitle a video from Portuguese into your mother tongue and how to sincronise the subtitles with the image. For learners of Portuguese For speakers of Any language Level C1 Author Anabel Galán- Mañas
  56. 56. Level B1 Author Sanda Moraru Entrevista G Gomes (REV) Nesta atividade você vai aprender a: 1) Dobrar um vídeo em sua língua materna. 2) Introduzir os tempos das falas para sincronizar a versão original com a tradução. For learners of Portuguese For speakers of Any language Level C1 Author Anabel Galán- Mañas Estonian Open Air Museum B2 For learners of Estonian For speakers of English Level B2 Author Kristiina Rebane Estonian Open Air Museum C1 Europe For learners of Estonian For speakers of English Level B2 Author Kristiina Rebane Home to the world's finest museums, breathtaking art and architecture, amazing landscapes, historic heritage, peaceful parks; celebrated composers, renowned restaurants, and best brands: Europe has it all. However you envisage your 'adventure of a lifetime', deciding where and when to go is one of the biggest challenges of your trip! Whether your aim is to go back in time
  57. 57. or get a glimpse of the future, discover the 'must-sees', or get off the beaten track, shop, relax or party. Europe is waiting for you. The real question is: Are you ready for Europe? For learners of English For speakers of Any language Level A2 Author Jennifer Lertola Evadare At the end of this unit, the students will know how: - to use the Romanian Indicative present and past tense in authentic and meaningful contexts - to use new vocabulary specific to leisure time For learners of Romanian For speakers of Any language Level B1 Author Anamaria Radu For learners of Portuguese For speakers of Portuguese Level B2 Author Conceicao Bravo Fado Inserir os versos do fado como legendas no videoclip, respeitando os tempos e a imagem. Depois de inseridas as legendas, desligar o som do videoclip e ler os versos com a sua própria voz, gravando-a, como se recitasse um poema. Familia Mea في البیت
  58. 58. At the end of this unit, the students will know how: - to use the Romanian Imperative in authentic and meaningful contexts - to use the Romanian personal and reflexive pronoun - to use new vocabulary specific to family relations For learners of Romanian For speakers of Any language Level B1 Author Anamaria Radu The aim of the activity is to practice vocabulary related to the furniture and the parts of the house and. For learners of Arabic For speakers of Any language Level A1 Author Lucía Molina Ski trip: Formal narration Topic: Monologue / Stream of Consciousness Objectives: To be able to understand the differences between Japanese Formal and Casual narration.To be able to create and revoice own stories in Formal form. For learners of Japanese For speakers of Any language Level B1 Fractals 1 - the acquisition of specialised terms from the mathematics domain - the fluent utilisation of English language in verbal communication having as starting point the mathematics domain - the developing of translation skills when translating a specialised text from English into Romanian For learners of English For speakers of Any language Level C1 Author Liana Muthu Fractals 2 Friends
  59. 59. - the acquisition of specialised terms from the mathematics domain - the fluent utilisation of English language in verbal communication having as starting point the mathematics domain - the developing of translation skills when translating a specialised text from English into Romanian For learners of English For speakers of English For learners of English For speakers of Any language Level B2 Author Liana Muthu This activity is based on a clip from the series Friends. 1. Watch the video without subtitles by pressing the CC button. 2. Fill in the gaps with the appropriate words. 3. Listen to it one more time and check for mistakes. Level C1 Author Betlem Soler Friends - Baby Shower episode for the HoH Dubbing a conversation among Friends This is an activity to practice AV listening and AV writing. Students are asked to simulate the work of a subtitler for the deaf and hard-of-hearing. In order to do that, first they need to listen carefully to the dialogues and transcribe them. Then they have to create subtitles by following certain subtitling standards. Time and space restrictions sometimes do not allow for a For learners of Any This activity entails dubbing the dialogue of the TV series Friends from English into another language. In this case, the activity is used to practice dubbing with students working with English as L2. However, it can also be used to work on colloquial register in other languages. language For speakers of English
  60. 60. word-for-word transcript, and condensation is needed. Learners have to find shorter synonyms or paraphrase the script to fit it in the subtitles. For learners of English For speakers of Any language Level B2 Author Stavroula Sokoli Level C1 Author Rocío Baños Fruita A1 Cap Cat Ro This is an activity which helps the students to learn vocabulary and phraseology related with the healthy food, especially fruits and their benefits for people health. For learners of Irish For speakers of Irish For learners of Catalan For speakers of Romanian Level A1 Author Cristina Varga Level B2 Author Dorothy Ní Uigín Gaeilge Ollscoil Cur síos ar Ollscoil na hÉireann, Gaillimh. Físeán gan aon fhotheidil. Garibaldi Camicia Bianca DUB Improve pragmalinguistic awareness of Italian ESL learners For learners of English For speakers of Italian Garibaldi Camicia Bianca SUB Improve pragmalinguistic awareness of Italian ESL learners For learners of English For speakers of Italian
  61. 61. Level A2 Author Jennifer Lertola Level A2 Author Jennifer Lertola Garibaldi DUB Increasing the pragmalinguistic competence of Italian learners of English (complaints and requests) For learners of English For speakers of Italian Level A2 Author Jennifer Lertola Garibaldi San Valentino DUB Improve pragmalinguistic awareness of Italian ESL learners For learners of English For speakers of Italian Level A2 Author Jennifer Lertola Garibaldi San Valentino SUB Improve pragmalinguistic awareness of Italian ESL learners For learners of English For speakers of Italian Level A2 Author Jennifer Lertola Garibaldi SUB Increasing the pragmalinguistic competence of Italian learners of English (complaints and requests) For learners of English For speakers of Italian Level A2 Author Jennifer Lertola Gaudir del bany Gem Template
  62. 62. Catalan lesson which helps Romanian students to refer to ecology, sea, and beach. The lesson is based on a news video produced by BarcelonaTV. For learners of Catalan For speakers of Romanian Level B1 Author Cristina Varga This is a colour template, with five components: clip, captions, text, news and map. Feel free to use it to create your own activities! For learners of Any language For speakers of Any language Level A1 Author Panagiotis Pagiatis Gender Pay Gap 2 Present and/or discuss issues using irony and sarcasm For learners of English For speakers of Any language Level C1 Author Laura McLoughlin Gender Pay Gap 1 This activity will show you a video on gender pay gap. You will asked to watch the video and then read an article and take notes. You will be then asked to revoice the video using the notes you took. The activity will help you with note taking, re-organizing your notes, making a presentation (narration) using your notes. For learners of English For speakers of Any language Level C1 Author Laura McLoughlin
  63. 63. Aprenem termes mèdics (cardiologia) anglès>català L'objectiu d'aquest exercici és practicar la comprensió oral i l’expressió escrita en anglès, i aprendre vocabulari mèdic en anglès i en català. For learners of Catalan For speakers of Any language Level C1 Author Olga Torres Good_Italy_Bad_Italy.clipflair For learners of English For speakers of English Hablar Por Telefono Students will learn: - vocabulary in Spanish related to a phone conversation - grammatical concordance in the indicative mood They will practice listening, translation, writing and speaking (through revoicing). For learners of Spanish For speakers of Romanian Level B1 Author Sanda Moraru Hexe Maggie 1. You will watch a clip about Maggie the Witch. 2. Listen to what Maggie says and complete the German subtitles choosing the correct expression among the ones given above. For learners of German For speakers of English Level A1 Author Elena Voellmer
  64. 64. How I met your mother 10 Narrating & Requests Intralingual subtitling to enhance writing and vocabulary skills For learners of English For speakers of Any language Level B1 Author Noa Talaván How I met your mother 1 Check-in Writing and vocabulary practice though intralingual subtitling For learners of English For speakers of Any language Level B1 Author Noa Talaván How I met your mother 2 Advice Intralingual subtitling to enhance writing and vocabulary skills For learners of English For speakers of Any language Level B1 Author Noa Talaván How I met your mother 3 Job Offer Intralingual subtitling to enhance writing and vocabulary skills For learners of English For speakers of Any language Level B1 Author Noa Talaván How I met your mother 4 Narrating How we first met How I met your mother 5 Announcements
  65. 65. Intralingual subtitling to enhance writing and vocabulary skills For learners of English For speakers of Any language Level B1 Author Noa Talaván Intralingual subtitling to enhance writing and vocabulary skills For learners of English For speakers of Any language Level B1 Author Noa Talaván How I met your mother 6 Complaining Intralingual subtitling to enhance writing and vocabulary skills For learners of English For speakers of Any language Level B1 Author Noa Talaván How I met your mother 7 No Questions Asked Intralingual subtitling to enhance writing and vocabulary skills For learners of English For speakers of Any language Level B1 Author Noa Talaván How I met your mother 8 On the Road How I met your mother 9 Justifying
  66. 66. Intralingual subtitling to enhance writing and vocabulary skills For learners of English For speakers of Any language Level B1 Author Noa Talaván Intralingual subtitling to enhance writing and vocabulary skills For learners of English For speakers of Any language Level B1 Author Noa Talaván Ecology - Carbon - the acquisition of specialised termns from the ecology domain - the fluent utilisation of English language in verbal communication having as starting point the ecology domain - the developing of translation skills when translating a specialised text from English into Romanian For learners of English For speakers of Any language Level C1 Author Liana Muthu Home - Icecap - the acquisition of specialised terms from the ecology domain - the fluent utilisation of English language in verbal communication having as starting point the ecology domain - the developing of translation skills when translating a specialised text from English into Romanian For learners of English For speakers of Any language Level B2 Author Liana Muthu الحمص Illusions Template
  67. 67. The aim of the activity is to discriminate sounds close to each other and to practice vocabulary. For learners of Arabic For speakers of Any language Level A1 Author Lucía Molina This is a colour template, with four components: clip, captions, text and image. Feel free to use it to create your own activities! For learners of Any language For speakers of Any language Level A1 Author Panagiotis Pagiatis Il frantoio Bari This is an excerpt from a short video describing the technical process employed in the making of extra-virgin olive oil in a dedicated olive mill. To see the full video: http://www.barioliveoil.com/our-process. html For learners of Any language For speakers of English Level C1 Author Valentina Il Futurismo Andrew Graham-Dixon and Giorgio Locatelli go on a cultural adventure through Lombardy to unveil the region’s artistic, historical and culinary wonders. In this scene they talk about the Futurist movement and some of its main Italian representatives in painting and sculpture. For learners of Any language For speakers of Any language Level B2 Author Valentina Inside Bar Manama Intamplarea Fericită
  68. 68. In this activity you will practise describing the inside of a room. For learners of Japanese For speakers of English Level A1 Author Junko Kasai At the end of this unit, the students will know how: - to use the Romanian Indicative present in authentic and meaningful contexts - to use new vocabulary specific to weddings, special events For learners of Romanian For speakers of Any language Level B1 Author Alexandra Cotoc Interview In Japanese To practice variety of honorific expressions used in the conversation. For learners of Japanese For speakers of Any language Level A2 Author Kaori Taniguchi Introducing Locations In this activity you will practise introducing oneself/location, including contact details. For learners of Japanese For speakers of English Level A1 Author Junko Kasai Italia che piace REV A2 IT ANY Jamie
  69. 69. Ascolto, testo del video con riempimento degli spazi (fill in the gap) e revoicing del testo. Il video è la pubblicità Nuova Fiat Panda - Italia che piace. Descrizione del video: Arte. Inventiva. Talento costruttivo. Grandi imprese industriali. Le cose che costruiamo ci rendono ciò che siamo. For learners of Italian For speakers of Any language Level A2 Author Jennifer Lertola In this clip British cook Jamie Oliver goes to Venice to explore the city and discover the most traditional recipes of northern Italy. The activity was thought for learners of Italian (reverse captioning exercise), but can easily be used for learners of other languages as the dialogues are in English and the script is provided. For learners of Any language For speakers of English Level B2 Author Valentina Ragni Johhny Cash 1 - the acquisition of specialised terms from the music domain - the fluent utilisation of English language in verbal communication having as starting point the music domain - the developing of translation skills when translating a semispecialised text from English into Romanian For learners of English For speakers of Any language Level B1 Author Liana Muthu Johnny Cash 2 - the acquisition of specialised terms from the music domain - the fluent utilisation of English language in verbal communication having as starting poit the music domain - the developing of translation skills when translatng a semispecialised text from English into Romanian For learners of English For speakers of Any language Level B1 Author Liana Muthu
  70. 70. Juha Watch the clip and then subtitle it. The first captions are ready. You will find text of the story in " جحا والأرنب ". Then, record yourself playing the role of Juha. For learners of Arabic For speakers of Any language Level A2 Author UCL جحا والأرنب The aim of the activity is to practice pronunciation and prosody. In addition, it aims to develop cultural competence through: 1) the text is a classic tale of popular Arab narrative, Juha’s stories and 2) the tale bases its comicality on two pillars of Arab culture, one, the proverbial Arab hospitality and the other, linguistic, the construct state or idafa. For learners of Arabic For speakers of Any language Level A2 Author Lucía Molina King Kababa and the Knight An animation to practice vocabulary and intonation and enhance creative writing. For learners of English For speakers of Any language Level C1 Author Laura McLoughlin Gabonak: Olentzeroren kanta HELBURUA: Etorkinek Euskal Herriko gabonak ezagutzea eta garai honetako tradizioak ezagutzea. Olentzero eta Horra horra kanta. For learners of Basque For speakers of Any language
  71. 71. Level A1 Author Kurutziaga school Kurutziaga_euskera_Lazkao.clipfla ir For learners of Basque For speakers of Basque Level B1 Author Kurutziaga school Lazkao Txiki´ song. For learners of Basque For speakers of Basque Level B1 Author Kurutziaga school Lazkao Txiki Lazkao Txiki´ song. For learners of Basque For speakers of Any language Level A1 Author Kurutziaga school Surrandiak Surrandi´s song, a character of Durango carnivals. For learners of Basque For speakers of Any language Level A1 Author Kurutziaga school Zezenak dira Song about the tradition of the bulls. Olentzeroren istorioa La Casa
  72. 72. The history of Olentzero, a Christmas character. For learners of Basque For speakers of Any language Level A1 Author Kurutziaga school Students will learn: - vocabulary in Spanish related to the description of a house - the present tense of the verb "ser" - the numeral - the article - the plural They will practice listening, translation, writing and speaking (through revoicing). For learners of Spanish For speakers of Romanian Level A1 Author Sanda Moraru La Ciudad Students will learn: - vocabulary in Spanish related to the description of a city/town - the future tense of some irregular verbs They will practice listening, translation, writing and speaking (through revoicing). For learners of Spanish For speakers of Romanian Level A1 Author Sanda Moraru La ecologia (subtitling) Students will practice: - vocabulary in Spanish related to ecology - the verbal periphrasis "dejar+de+infinitivo", "volver+a+infinitivo" - conditional clauses - grammatical concordance in the subjunctive mood - passive voice They will practice listening and subtitling. For learners of Spanish For speakers of Any language Level B2 Author Stavroula Sokoli
  73. 73. La ecologia (for speakers of Romanian) Students will learn: - vocabulary in Spanish related to ecology - the verbal periphrasis "dejar+de+infinitivo", "volver+a+infinitivo" - conditional clauses - grammatical concordance in the subjunctive mood - passive voice They will practice listening, translation, writing and speaking (through revoicing). For learners of Spanish For speakers of Romanian Level B2 Author Sanda Moraru La ecologia (subtitling and voice over) Students will learn: - vocabulary in Spanish related to ecology - the verbal periphrasis "dejar+de+infinitivo", "volver+a+infinitivo" - conditional clauses - grammatical concordance in the subjunctive mood - passive voice They will practice listening, translation, writing and speaking (through revoicing). For learners of Spanish For speakers of Any language Level B1 Author Sanda Moraru For learners of Spanish For speakers of Romanian La Familia La journée de Maggie - la sorcière Students will learn: - vocabulary in Spanish related to the description of the family - the gender - the personal pronouns They will practice listening, translation, writing and speaking (through revoicing). For learners of French For speakers of English Learning to talk about daily routine, use of present tense, saying at what time something happens. Level A1 Author Laura McLoughlin
  74. 74. Level A1 Author Sanda Moraru La Lengua de Las Mariposas 1) Ejercicio de comprensión audiovisual: Completa los siguientes diálogos entre Moncho y su profesor Don Gregorio. Con hacer un clic doble puedes convertir las líneas en palabras. Al final de la tarea comprueba tus soluciones con la hoja de trabajo. 2) Ejercicio de interacción oral: Don Gregorio y Moncho hablen sobre qué puede pasar después de la muerte. Discute con tu compañero qué imagen tiene la madre de Moncho y de dónde puede venir este concepto. A continuación, contraponed la opinión de Don Gregorio a la imagen de la madre de Moncho. 3) Ejercicio de expresión escrita: El profesor Don Gregorio habla de un infierno, lo que a veces somos nosotros mismos. Explica a qué se podría referirse Don Gregorio con respecto a esta época, la situación social y política. For learners of Spanish For speakers of Spanish Level B1 Author Johanna La lojă At the end of this unit, the students will know how: - to use the Romanian Imperative plus reflexive and personal pronouns in authentic and meaningful contexts - to use the Romanian Future tense For learners of Romanian For speakers of Any language Level A2 Author Anamaria Radu La Presentacion Personal La Ropa
  75. 75. Students will learn: - the pronuntiation - vocabulary in Spanish related to the personal introduction and greetings - the present tense of the verbs "ser" and "estar" - that in Spanish question and exclamation marks are used both at the beginning and at the end of a sentence They will practice listening, translation, writing and speaking (through revoicing). For learners of Spanish For speakers of Romanian Level A1 Author Sanda Moraru Students will learn: - vocabulary in Spanish related to clothes - the graphic accent - the demonstrative pronouns - the interrogative pronouns They will practice listening, translation, writing and speaking (through revoicing). For learners of Spanish For speakers of Romanian Level A1 Author Sanda Moraru For learners of Spanish For speakers of Romanian Las Profesiones Students will learn: - vocabulary in Spanish related to professions - the difference between the verbs "ser" and "estar" - the past tense - the verbal periphrasis "empezar+a+infinitivo" They will practice listening, translation, writing and speaking (through revoicing). La Televisión Students will learn: - vocabulary in Spanish related to media - the imperative They will practice listening, translation, writing and speaking (through revoicing). For learners of Spanish For speakers of Romanian Level B2 Author Sanda Moraru
  76. 76. Level A2 Author Sanda Moraru La Trucada In this activity you will learn how to make a phone call in Catalan. The clip was created with Cartoon Movie Maker v 1.1 a free program. For learners of Catalan For speakers of Romanian Level B1 Author Cristina Varga How to make a lavender hug pillow Giving instructions: How to make a lavender pillow Captioning and filling in the correct phrases in Chinese To help students to practise using imperatives and linking words. For learners of Chinese For speakers of Any language Level B2 Author Dawning Leung How to make a lavender hug pillow Giving instructions: How to make a lavender pillow Revoicing the actions/steps in Chinese To help students to practise using imperatives and linking words. For learners of Chinese For speakers of Any language La Camorra In the course of his investigation on Italy's deadliest mafia, the Camorra, reporter Mark Franchetti talks to an insider – an ex camorrista, previously a Camorra soldier – to try and understand the inner workings of one of the most powerful organised crime associations in the world.
  77. 77. Level A1 Author Dawning Leung For learners of Any language For speakers of English Level B2 Author Valentina La Lengua de las Mariposas - comprensión audiovisual 1) Ejercicio de comprensión audiovisual: Completa los siguientes diálogos entre Moncho y su profesor Don Gregorio. Con hacer un clic doble puedes convertir las líneas en palabras. Al final de la tarea comprueba tus soluciones con la ventanilla “Solución ejercicio 1”, que está abajo. 2) Ejercicio de expresión escrita: El profesor Don Gregorio habla de un infierno, lo que a veces somos nosotros mismos. Explica a qué se podría referirse Don Gregorio con respecto a esta época, la situación social y política. For learners of Spanish For speakers of Any language Level B1 Author Johanna La meva ciutat Description of our city. For learners of Catalan For speakers of Romanian Level B2 Author Cristina Varga Leaving Cert Picture Sequence 3 Lecce
  78. 78. Short picture sequence where you can hear only the sounds (phone ringing, note taking, supermarket, cooking and dealing a phone number). Learners can create short dialogues according to the different situations. Task: listening, writing and speaking. Learning objectives: deal with daily routine actions, use of present tense, making requests. For learners of Italian For speakers of Any language Level A2 Author Jennifer Lertola In this guide to Italian travel, people and culture, James McConnachie and Gabriella Facondo set out to explore the ancient market town of Lecce in the Puglia region. For learners of English For speakers of English Level B2 Author Valentina For learners of Greek For speakers of English Level B1 Author First Primary School of Polygyros Lona and Lakis This is the result of an activity done by the students of the First Primary School of Polygyros. They made the clip themselves and then subttitled it for their English-speaking friends. Lost in Google Esecizio di comprensione orale e traduzione Listening comprehension and translation exercise. 1. Questo video è il primo episodio di Lost in Google, di The Jackal Productions: http://lostingoogle.fanpage.it/ 2. Guarda il video in classe senza audio. Cosa succede in questo episodio? Fai delle ipotesi e discutine in classe. 3. Guarda il video con l'audio e i sottotitoli e verifica le tue ipotesi.
  79. 79. 4. Attenzione: I sottotitoli non sono la trascrizione del dialogo, che è fornita qui accanto. 5. Crea sottotitoli in inglese per questo episodio, scrivendo sopra quelli italiani. For learners of Italian For speakers of Any language Level B1 Author Laura McLoughlin Lost in Google (Revoicing) Introductory episode of the Lost in Google series. Used for pronounciation and intonation For learners of Italian For speakers of Any language Level B1 Author Laura McLoughlin "Lucas y sus hermanos": Completa los subtítulos Lucas, a friendly young boy, is being interviewed. He is being asked personal information such as age, nationality, family and hobbies. Students have to complete the given subtitles. For learners of Spanish For speakers of Any language Level A1 Author Marga Navarrete Lucas y sus Hermanos (hecho) "Lucas y sus hermanos": Contesta a la entrevistadora con tu propia información
  80. 80. This is not an activity, it was initially created as feedback for the activity 'Lucas y sus hermanosCapA1A2SP' For learners of Spanish Lucas, a friendly young boy, is being interviewed. He is being asked personal information such as age, nationality, family and hobbies. The video is intended to practise asking and giving personal information using present tense, interrogative pronouns and discussing leisure activities. Students have to dub Lucas' speech and respond to the interviewer's questions with their own personal information. For learners of Spanish For speakers of Any language Level A1 Author Marga Navarrete Lucas y sus hermanos: Completa los subtítulos y contesta a las preguntas con tu propia información Activity 1: Complete the subtlitles. Activity 2: Dub Lucas' speech with student's own personal information by responding to the La giornata di Maga Maggie Learning to talk about daily routine, use of present tense, saying at what time something happens. For learners of Italian For speakers of English Level A1 Author Laura McLoughlin
  81. 81. interviewer's questions. The video clip is an interview to an eight year old kid. He talks about basic personal information: age, nationality, hobbies, sports, likes and family. For learners of Spanish For speakers of Any language Level A1 Author Marga Navarrete Mainistir na Coillle Móire CapRev B1 C1 Feictear íomhánna de Mhainistir na Coille Móire, Co. na Gaillimhe anseo. For learners of Irish For speakers of Irish Level B1 Author Dorothy Ní Uigín Maldicion: Audiodescribe este cortometraje The task is to audiodescribe a short film. The film is practically mute, but it has a nice setting, characters and a bit of action to be described. For learners of Spanish For speakers of Any language Level A2 Author Marga Navarrete Mary Poppins الجامع الأموي
  82. 82. This is a combined activity to practice English pronunciation, listening and writing skills. For learners of English For speakers of Any language Level B1 Author Noa Talaván The aim of the activity is to practice pronunciation and prosody. In addition, it aims to develop cultural competence through the information offered by the clip. For learners of Arabic Level A2 Author Lucía Molina Media in Italy Write a summary (narration) of this video clip about Media in Italy from English into Italian and then revoice it. For learners of Italian For speakers of Any language Level B1 Author Jennifer Lertola Mícheál Ó Coileáin The story of one of Ireland's most important historical figures, Michael Collins For learners of Irish For speakers of Irish Level B2 Author Rose Ní Dhubhda La sfilata di Missoni Follow fashion designer Angela Missoni as she prepares for the Missoni catwalk show at Milan fashion week. For learners of English For speakers of English Modernizare At the end of this unit, the students will know how: - to use the Romanian conjunctive present in authentic and meaningful contexts - to use the numerals
  83. 83. Level B2 Author Valentina For learners of Romanian For speakers of Any language Level A2 Author Alexandra Cotoc For learners of Arabic For speakers of Any language Level A1 Author Mamon Abuorabialedwan Moral Story Educational Arabic video for beginners. Activitatea 2 - Moscova, orasul meu preferat / Moscow, my favorite city In this activity the students will learn: 1. vocabulary about favorite city 2. about question "say?" "them as you?" "call?"... 3. about question "them homeless?" 4. simple phrases used worldwide conversation in Russian 5. description of the city 6. information about the Russian capital, Moscow. For learners of Russian For speakers of Romanian Level A1 Author Eugenia Bojoga Negative Request (__ないでくださ い) Norimaki This video (without sound) is to help students learn how to describe the process
  84. 84. 1. To practice the "nai form" of various basic verbs. For learners of Japanese For speakers of English Level A1 Author Kaori Taniguchi of makinf sushi in their own words. For learners of Japanese For speakers of Any language Level A2 Author Kaori Taniguchi Nosferatu In this activity you will learn: 1. To add credible dialogue lines to a mute movie following the story points and intertitles. 2. Interpreting a movie dialogue in a plausible way. 3. Learn about the cultural background of the movie Nosferatu (Murnau 1921). For learners of English For speakers of Any language Level C2 Author Adriana Neagu Nottesento Audio descrizione in italiano del video: Una ragazza perde il treno per Milano e deve aspettare a Roma fino all'alba. L'incontro improvviso con un ragazzo cambia però i suoi programmi e le luci notturne della capitale diventano lo sfondo di una tenera storia d'amore. Una straordinaria sintonia fatta di sguardi e piccoli gesti di complicità riempie i pochi istanti che li separano dall'alba. Cortometraggio realizzato con più di 4500 fotografie. Girato con una fotocamera Canon EOS 30D. Prodotto grazie al Seagate Creative Fund nel 2008. Sito ufficiale: ilovecut.com/works/102 Diventa fan qui: tinyurl.com/nottesento-on-facebook e qui: facebook.ilovecut.com Puoi trovare la colonna sonora su: tinyurl.com/metem-boreale For learners of Italian For speakers of Any language Level A1 Author Jennifer Lertola
  85. 85. Els números en Català In this activity you will learn the numerals between 0-30 in Catalan. For learners of Catalan For speakers of Romanian Level A1 Author Cristina Varga Activitate Limba Rusă 4 - Ну Заяц, погоди! / Iți arăt eu ție! (Lupul și iepurașul) In this activity the students will learn: 1. vocabulary about winter sports in Russian. 2. vocabulary about animals. 3. cultural elements about Winter celebration in Russia. 4. learn a song in Russian about Winter celebration. For learners of Russian For speakers of Romanian Level A1 Author Eugenia Bojoga Obolon - A district of Kiev Obres per la ciutat de Barcelona A short activity based on a silent movie presentind a district of Kiev, the capital of Ukraine. For learners of Catalan For speakers For learners of Ukrainian For speakers of Romanian Level A1 Author Cristina Varga News about constructions in Barcelona. of Romanian Level B2 Author Cristina Varga
  86. 86. Of Human Bondage In this activity you will learn: 1. About traditional English cuisine. 2. Cultural aspects of the rituals and meals ’that make the Brits, British’ such as: afternoon tea; fish&chips; uisge beatha; haggis. For learners of English For speakers of Any language Level C2 Author Adriana Neagu For learners of Romanian For speakers of Any language Level B2 Author Alexandra Cotoc Orașul Meu At the end of this unit, the students will know how: - to use the Romanian forms of adjectives in authentic and meaningful contexts - to use the Romanian Conditional mood in specific contexts Ordering Food and Drink In this activity you will practise ordering food and drink in bar/restaurant. For learners of Japanese For speakers of English Level A1 Author Junko Kasai Repassem l'ortografia de les tapes típiques de Barcelona Conèixer les tapes de Barcelona i practicar l'ortografia d'aliments en català. For learners of Catalan For speakers of Any language Level A2 Author Olga Torres Orvieto's Cathedral Panellets. Com fer-los?
  87. 87. Bill Emmott pays a visit to the magnificent Orvieto Cathedral and its frescos by Renaissance painter Luca Signorelli. For learners of English For speakers of Italian Level B2 Author Valentina Ragni En aquesta activitat aprendrás lèxic relacionat amb la cuina, com descriure la preparació d'un menjar. Com fer panellets. For learners of Catalan For speakers of Romanian Level B1 Author Cristina Varga ParaulesClau-Cap-A1-CA.clipflair Basic vocabulary in Catalan. Write down words from images you see in the video. For learners of Catalan For speakers of Any language Level A1 Author Olga Torres Σωματιδιακή Φιλοσοφία Ακολούθησε τις οδηγίες που θα βρεις μέσα στη δραστηριότητα για να υποτιτλίσεις το βίντεο. θα βρεις τεχνικές οδηγίες για δημιουργία υποτίτλων αλλά και γενικές οδηγίες για το πώς πρέπει να είναι οι υπότιτλοι. Το βίντεο έχει πάρει τρίτο βραβείο σε διαγωνισμό δημιουργίας βίντεο από μαθητές! Μπορείς όμως να το αλλάξεις και να υποτιτλίσεις το δικό σου βίντεο. Απλά κάνε drag and drop το αρχείο στο παράθυρο βίντεο. For learners of Greek For speakers of English Level C1 Author Stavroula Sokoli
  88. 88. Pràctica de passat perifràstic en català Practising "Passat perifràstic" in Catalan For learners of Catalan For speakers of Any language Level A2 Author Olga Torres Pasteis Belem 2 First watch and listen to the full videoclip for understanding the story about "Pastéis de Belém". Notice that when the narrator/journalist speaks there are no captions on the screen. Your 1st task: listen again and write down what the journalist says, in English. Watch and listen again. Check that what she says matches what you have written. Your 2nd task: this time translate the English text (which you have written in task 1 above) into Portuguese. Now create as many captions and times as you need and insert them with the appropriate screen timings. The first four have been done for you. For learners of Portuguese For speakers of English Level B2 Author Conceição Bravo Pasteis_Belem_revoice The story of the famous Portuguese Pasteis_Belem The story of the famous Portuguese
  89. 89. custard tarts. An interview is conducted in the factory and the baker explains certain details in Portuguese. The clip shows a translation of the Portuguese and, based on the audio, as well as on the English captions, learners are asked to subtitle the original. For learners of Portuguese For speakers of English Level C1 Author Conceição Bravo custard tarts. An interview is conducted in the factory and the baker explains certain details in Portuguese. The clip shows a translation of the Portuguese and, based on the audio, as well as on the English captions, learners are asked to subtitle the original. For learners of Portuguese For speakers of English Level B2 Author Conceição Bravo For learners of Romanian For speakers of Any language Level A2 Author Alexandra Cotoc Poftiti At the end of this unit, the students will know how: - to use the Romanian prepositions - to use new vocabulary related to shopping and food - to use structures indicating physical locations Polish cheesecake In this exercise you will learn Polish vocabulary related to making a cheesecake. You will also audio describe the clip for your blind friend. For learners of Polish For speakers of Any language Level A1 Author Agnieszka Szarkowska Polish dances Polish doughnuts
  90. 90. In this exercise you will learn about traditional Polish folk dances. For learners of Polish For speakers of Any language Level B1 Author Agnieszka Szarkowska In this exercise you will learn how to make Polish dougnuts and audio describe the doughnut making process for your blind friend. For learners of Polish For speakers of Any language Level B1 Author Agnieszka Szarkowska Polish Easter meal In this exercise you will learn about a traditional Polish Easter meal called "święconka" and subtitle a clip in Polish. For learners of Polish For speakers of Any language Level A2 Author Agnieszka Szarkowska How to make zapiekanka In this exercise you will learn how to make zapiekanka, a popular type of Polish fast food. For learners of Polish For speakers of Any language Level B1 Author Agnieszka Szarkowska Polish Past Tense Polish past tense 2
  91. 91. In this exercise you will practise the use of past tense in Polish by completing the gaps in subtitles with the correct verb form. For learners of Polish For speakers of Any language Level A1 Author Agnieszka Szarkowska In this exercise you will practise the use of past tense in Polish (singular, feminine). For learners of Polish For speakers of Any language Level A1 Author Agnieszka Szarkowska Polish past tense 3 In this exercise you will practise the use of past tense in Polish (plural, masculine). For learners of Polish For speakers of Any language Level A1 Author Agnieszka Szarkowska Polish past tense 4 In this exercise you will practise the use of past tense in Polish (feminine, plural). For learners of Polish For speakers of Any language Level A1 Author Agnieszka Szarkowska Polish wedding Polite Conversation
  92. 92. In this exercise you will learn about Polish wedding traditions. For learners of Polish For speakers of Any language Level B2 Author Agnieszka Szarkowska To practice variety of honorific expressions used in the conversation For learners of Japanese For speakers of English Level A2 Author Kaori Taniguchi Activitatea 3 - Limba ucraineana. Să ne cunoaștem In this activity the students will learn: 1. Basic Ukrainian vocabulary about to appear as welcome. 2. Basic Ukrainian vocabulary about ask to be called. 3. Basic Ukrainian vocabulary ask to be called. 4. Name of the Countries and name of the nations. 5. verb verb to be and to have in Ukrainian. 6. vocabulary about members of the family. For learners of Ukrainian For speakers of Romanian Level A1 Author Eugenia Bojoga Profesii Ukrainian activity which helps Romanian students to refer to professions. The lesson is based on a short clip presenting different professions (text and images). For learners of Ukrainian For speakers of Romanian Level A1 Author Cristina Varga Profesii Pasiuni Projeto_Tamar_descricao.clipflair
  93. 93. At the end of this unit, the students will know how: - to use the Romanian Imperative and nouns in Vocative - to use new vocabulary specific to hobbies and professions For learners For learners of Romanian For speakers of Any language Level B1 Author Alexandra Cotoc Você vai fazer a descrição das imagens para pessoas cegas de um vídeo, respeitando os tempos. of Portuguese For speakers of Any language Level B1 Author Anabel Galán- Mañas Com es pronuncia en català.... Exercise to practice Catalan pronunciation For learners of Catalan For speakers of Any language Level A1 Author Olga Torres Qui sóc? Qui ets? The goal of this activity is to use the verbs "to be" and "to have" correctly in authentic and meaningful contexts. Also, to use the forms of the noun in specific contexts. For learners of Catalan For speakers of Romanian Level A1 Author Cristina Varga Song of a traveller B1_1 Song of a traveller C1_1
  94. 94. An activity to introduce Estonian poetry and teach compound words. For learners of Estonian For speakers of English Level B1 Author Kristiina Rebane An activity to introduce Estonian poetry and practice writing. For learners of Estonian For speakers of English Level C1 Author Kristiina Rebane Relacionar Palabras Politicas For learners of Spanish Author Johanna For learners of Romanian For speakers of Any language Level B1 Author Alexandra Cotoc Relații și secrete At the end of this unit, the students will know how: - to use the Romanian Indicative present and past tense (perfect compus) in authentic and meaningful contexts - to use new vocabulary specific to types of relationships Request in Japanese The Awful Truth

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