The use of video to develop language and learning strategies
Video in the classroom has been used mainly as source material for teacher and student exploitation. It is also used to a lesser extent as a medium for oral language development and self-evaluation where the content of the video is the learner’s own performance. This second use involves camera-work and providing feedback on learner performance.This paper, based on a video programme conducted in an ESP course for Thai Government Officers over 2 years at the ELICOS Centre University of Sydney, argues that video is still under-utilised and can play a more integral role in programme development. We discuss how a more systematic approach to using video can develop learner self-monitoring strategies and communicative competence in a range of contexts.
Published online: 01 January 1992
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