I discussed this topic with Sean and a few others and the vote is in. We want more and more video of ourselves working. Sean suggested that since we now know and trust each other more after working together at
We were privileged to have video from Sean in Chicago and now here is some classroom footage from Brian in Detroit:
I know I have been quite silent on your blog but I am still trying every day to improve
We revisit articles, so why not revisit videos? Here is some work Drew Hiben did three years ago. In it we see modeled much of what we would like to integrate into our own instruction, especially a true command of SLOW. I
I have not been able to capture all the video shared here in recent years in the Videos hard link where it will not have scrolled out of our grasp. There is a Videos category, but Angie reqeuested tonight that
Eric Herman recently posted the information below to the moretprs list, and has graciously offered to share it with us here as well.
Thank you, Eric!
Hi Ben -
I would like to share my YouTube playlist "Teaching with Comprehensible Input." I
We are lucky to have an article and videos by one of our own PLC members and one of the five finalists in 2014 for ACTFL's National Teacher of the Year - Dr. Robert Patrick in Atlanta, Georgia. The article
We exchange a lot of written ideas here, but think how much more helpful to new people it would be if we had a huge collection of videotapes that provides examples of all of the various strategies we use. Eric
I want to bring up Scott's video again. It is an important video because it represents, in my view, a stage in our development as comprehension teachers that we all must go through, and that is moving from working so
Even if you don't teach Latin, watch this from David:
I'm sure you all are busy, but if anyone has time to take a look, here's a private video of a retell of a story and making of a second