Using animated videos to build ELLs' skills

Using animated videos to build ELLs' skills

Using animated videos to build ELLs' skills
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Having students work with short, animated videos offers an engaging, visual platform to help English-language learners develop their literacy skills, writes educator Valentina Gonzalez. In this blog post, Gonzalez shares two types of lessons for working with videos, such as using multiple viewings of short films to draw attention to different elements of the story.
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