Moving digital platforms is like moving to a new home – you have to sort your possessions, see what you would like to keep, what needs repairing, and what should be thrown out.
I’ve already sorted a large percentage of my EFL video lessons, so I’m sharing the link here today.
(There are still some videos waiting to be “unpacked”…)
The collection is literally for all ages.
The videos are not divided according to age or level, because there is no “right way” to divide them.
It all depends…
The video “The Egghunt” is clearly meant for younger children, in fact, it is the only video lesson I made explicitly for that age. The content is too “young” to use with my Deaf and hard-of-hearing high school students, even if the task might be just right for some of them.
However, the “Simon’s Cat” videos work with both younger students and teens, so it all depends on the language aspects you think are suitable for your purpose.
*** The short video lesson “Simon’s Cat – Expectations”, highlighting the verb “to expect” is brand new!
In comparison, the crazy knitting video, which appears in the “Chunks in Context” lesson, uses vocabulary from the “Band 3 vocabulary list” so that does serve as some indication of level…
The only video that is long (10 minutes!!) is there for a reason. Teachers might choose to show their classes the film “A silent Melody” to students as a way to bring up the topic of inclusion. Regardless of the task that I added with the video.
All other videos are short ones!
In short, many of the other videos can be used for a wide variety of ages.
You will just have to browse and see which ones are right for you!
Here is the link. I will be posting more!
***Important – In some cases, you will see a form for submitting the task. YOUR students cannot answer using the forms I have posted, their replies will get to me…