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How do you use video in your teaching practice?
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Thanks for the question regarding video in WL. I am planning a list of ideas to explore in this forum starting late August or early September and will add this topic to the it. Stay tuned for more once school starts up again. We are all in need of a good rest for now.
All the best,
I'm writting from the Basque Country in Spain. I teache Basque language as a second language to students from 12-18 years old (I'm not sure about grades in the US). I'm currently implementing some humble projects with my eldest students, but my problem is the lack of real material. Basque is a minority language struggling to survive, and, although we have immersion programs and University studies, it cannot compete with majority languages such as Spanish and English, and whenever you want to search for information in Basque very little is found on the internet. Does anyone have any suggestion to implement PBL in my language classroom?
I'm very sorry about my rudeness, I didn't even say THANK YOU