Watching and making video is a part of everyday life for today’s YouTuber teens. It’s increasingly a part of the modern classroom experience too, helping to increase learner engagement. The rise of digital video has also made video easier to access, produce and share. If students are given the chance to produce their own video, then they will be more engaged in the learning process. This talk outlines the practical steps to take when it comes to video creation: the models and genres to follow, ways to structure the clips and what to do once the videos have been made.
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