Visual Media in the World Language Classroom. By: Paula Kerr. Table of Contents. Introduction -educational devices -What is visual media (VM)? Review of the Literature -planned steps -student expectations -student preparation -presenting culture.
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By: Paula Kerr
-What is visual media (VM)?
-students need to be told his/her expectations
-studying specific vocabulary
-be aware of setting
-be aware of purpose behind visual media
-authenticy of the language instructional materials
Students will sometimes pay closer attention to movies or DVDs than the instructor.
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