- Hi All,
I`m going to be teaching a short course to some aspiring English
language teachers at a Japanese University this summer, and I thought
it might be nice to show them an EFL lesson in progress for discussion
and analysis. Do any of you know where I might find such a resource
online? I won`t have access to the net in the classroom, so streaming
video is out (I don`t have a facility to capture it either). Any banks
of video I can download for transfer to dvd?
Thanks in advance!
- Hello Darren,
You could try Teacher's TV [website with downloadable lessons - but usually of mainstream lessons in schools].
There's a super video doing the rounds, used as a training example on various beginner TESOL courses. Try LLU at the London South Bank University... I've seen excerpts on various trainbing courses.
The Callan Method has a very short video on a website, showing a sample speaking and reading lesson.
You could try the various branches of the Government Skills For Life [Literacy, Numeracy and ESOL] programmes....
There are sample videos / DVDs of mock speaking assessments prepared by some of the examining bodies for the Skills for Life initiative [OCR, Trinity....]
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