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Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Thanks for this article Randolph. I'm intrigued by this teacher's use of the transcript to focus the class on the story. The complicated storytelling techniques in podcasts like Serial are certainly ripe classroom discussion. There are, by the way, a lot of great resources about audio storytelling on transom.org, in their HowSound section.
Language learning through video.
VideoForAll is a 2 year EU funded project that began in January 2014 and brings together a range of partners from across the European Union. At the heart of the project is a one stop shop where language teachers can find examples of how video can be used to foster language learning.