Film in Action: A practical approach to using video in the classroom

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Film in Action : A practical approach to using video in the classroom

This webinar will look at examples of how to use video in an effective and engaging way. We will see how video can inspire students to be creative and at the same time learn new language and skills. Examples will come from Film in Action by Kieran Donaghy, which is part of the award winning Delta Teacher Development Series.

Martin Thomas, Delta Publishing



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Are the online seminars recorded?

Yes. With your registration, you accept that that recordings – or parts of these – may be published on the publisher’s websites and/or social media channels.

Please note! Each participant appears with his/her name in the chat entries. Should a recording be published, all names will be made anonymous.

Is it a problem if the name on the registration does not match the name of the participant?

Yes! Each participant will be sent a personal access code after registration. This access code is non-transferable.

Please note! Abbreviated names or nicknames will not be accepted when logging in!

What requirements have to be fulfilled in order to be able to participate in an online seminar?

You do not require any specific software and do not need to download any programs. You just need an internet connection and loudspeakers or a headset.


I cannot hear anything.

Please check that your speakers/headset are switched on and the loudspeaker symbol on your computer (not on Adobe!) is not switched to mute.

If you are in the virtual meeting room, you will see the menu point “Meeting” at the top left of the window. From this menu option, please select "Audio Setup Wizard" and follow the steps shown there. During the webinar you will only be able to communicate within the chat room – you will not be able to speak/be heard.

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