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    Title: The Visually Inspired Creation of Narration:A Video-Based Activity for Conversation and Writing Instructors
    Authors: Timothy R. Fox;胡迪
    Contributors: 淡江大學英文學系
    Keywords: 多媒體教學;英語教學;錄影帶;教材;教具;Multimedia Instruction;English Teaching;Videotape;Teaching Material;Teaching Aid
    Date: 1999-05
    Issue Date: 2012-12-03 21:37:29 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 臺北市:文鶴出版公司
    Abstract: With the proper approach, the use of videotape materials in the EFL classroom can be
    motivational, educational and enjoyable. This paper introduces a video-based activity that
    can be used by Composition and Conversation instructors who wish to provide a
    motivationall} positive experience that builds the leamer's listening, speaking and writing
    skills and like\\;se encourages social skills necessary for in-group cooperation. In the hands
    of an experienced professional, this activity can be adapted for use with any level, from basic
    to advanced. It also presents an unusually comfortable combination of both student-centered
    and teacher-guided activities, with an emphasis on goal-oriented communication and
    grammatical correctness. Equally encouraging is that the activity makes use of commercially
    produced videotape materials readily available throughout Taiwan. Called "Synopsizing" for
    lack of a better term, this exercise asks students to re-tell the action of a previously viewed
    short scene excerpted from a larger film. Instructors can prepare students by teaching
    necessary vocabulary and phrases, and training pupils in the recognition of what information
    must be included or excluded in order to make their narratives comprehensible and concise.
    Once a satisfactory narrative is achieved, instructors can conclude with a focus on correctness
    in a non-threatening manner that even encourages student participation.
    Relation: 第十六屆中華民國英語文教學研討會論文集=Proceedongs of the Sixteenth Conference on English Teaching and Learning,頁519-523
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