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Video

Learning from video is motivating and


enjoyable
Motivation is one of the most important factors in
determining successful second-language acquisition.
Videos are an integral part of students lives so it
makes perfect sense to bring them into the language
classroom.
Video, as a motivator, also makes the language
learning process more entertaining and enjoyable.

Video provides authentic and


varied language
Another benefit of using film is that it provides a
source of authentic and varied language.
Video provides students with examples of English
used in real situations outside the classroom,
particularly interactive languagethe language of
real-life conversation.
It exposes students to natural expressions and the
natural flow of speech (If they are not living in an
English-speaking environment)

Film gives a visual context


The visuality of video makes it an invaluable language
teaching tool, enabling learners to understand more by
interpreting the language in a full visual context.
it assists the learners comprehension by enabling them to
listen to language exchanges and see such visual supports
as facial expressions and gestures simultaneously.
These visual clues support the verbal message and
provide a focus of attention.

Example of video

Textbooks
They provide structure and a syllabus for a
program.
Without textbooks a program may have no
central core and learners may not receive a
syllabus that has been systematically planned
and developed.

Maintaining learning quality.


If a well developed textbook is used students are
exposed to materials that have been tried and
tested, that are based on sound learning principles,
and that are paced appropriately.

Effective Language Models and Input.


They can provide effective language models and
input.
Textbooks can provide support for teachers whose
first language is not English and who may not be
able to generate accurate language input on their
own.

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Reading
Video
Can be used to practise
listening and reading
Provide learners with reallife language input.
Visualizations in the video
can motivate the students to
enhance their reading skills.

Textbook
Textbooks sometimes present
inauthentic language since
texts, dialogs and other
aspects of content tend to be
specially written to incorporate
teaching points and are often
not representative of real
language use.
Students can easily refer to the
text.

Writing
Video
Teacher can incorporate
the filling in the gaps
activity.
Students fill in the answer
by listening to the video.
It enhances the students
writing skills.

Textbooks

Students can enhance


their writing skills by
referring to the textbook.

Listening and Speaking


Video

Listening activities
Jotting down the words
from the video
Sing along to the song.

Textbook
They are efficient.
The teacher could conduct
a role play activity where
the students will
communicate to each
other.