Video in foreign language teaching

Joe Hambrook


Much of the attention paid to video in foreign language teaching is focused upon a
relatively small amount of commercially produced and distributed material. This paper
briefly describes the development of this material in the EFLIESL field; looks at some
current issues and concerns, and considers future possibilities with particular reference
to computer assisted interactive video.
Heelwat van die aandag wat video geniet as hulpmiddel by tweedetaalonderrig is
toegespits op 'n relatief klein hoeveelheid kommersieel vervaardigde en verspreide
materiaal. Hierdie artikel beskryf kortliks die ontwikkeling van bogenoemde materiaal
waar dit Engels as tweede of vreemde taal betref. Verder word daar aandag gegee aan
huidige tendense en toekomstige moontlikhede word oorweeg, met spesifieke verwysing
na rekenaarondersteunde interaktiewe video.

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