We recently added a YouTube Channel feature on TeachVid.
If you open any resource page on TeachVid – this one, for example – and you scroll down to below the “Printables” and the “Transcript” section, you’ll see a YouTube Info section.
This section is automatically generated and shows:
- the “about” information for the YouTube channel to which the video used for the resource belongs (as long as the “about” text is not blank / empty).
- a Video URL, linking to the video on YouTube.
- a “More from this channel” button.
- a button to access the YouTube Channel on YouTube.
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It was previously the case that only those with Teacher subscriptions to TeachVid were able to create resources on TeachVid…
Not any more 🙂
All registered users can now create their own TeachVid resources!!
If you go to the resources section of TeachVid (you’ll need to register – FREE – or log in if you’ve already registered), you’ll see that you now have a “My resources” tab which looks something like the image below:
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One of the simplest ways of creating YouTube video content that you can use with your students on TeachVid is to add a voice-over track to a still image.
Describing a picture is a common assessment method for language learners, so why not make simple video content based on a still image plus your own scripted description of the image content?
Try to include vocabulary and structures that would be useful in as many contexts as possible, and bear in mind that the content should be vocabulary and structures that you would ideally like your students to be able to produce.
Have a look at the examples below. (Click on the links in blue to open the resources.)
Before you look, however, let me quickly explain what you’re looking at…
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