Wordless Videos as Teaching Tools
Do you use short, wordless videos as a teaching tool? They can warm up a class, prompt speaking and writing activities, and encourage problem solving.
Here are three samples to review (and enjoy!):
Find more suggestions for short, wordless videos in:
- 5-Minute Film Festival: 7 Video Writing Prompts for Young Authors
- Video Writing Prompts for the Classroom
- Wordless Videos for ELT
- Wordless Videos for ELT 2
For ideas on using videos in the classroom, read Eight Ways to Use Video with English-Language Learners.
Don’t want to display ads with YouTube videos? Free Tech for Teachers outlines Four Ways to Show & Share Videos Without Distractions.
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