Youtube

Youtube is a great way for teachers to share their presentations and videos with pupils. When you put your materials on Youtube, other teachers can also use it in their classroom.

When you share your videos on Youtube, it is keepsake so you do not have to search for everywhere next time you plan to use it with your pupils.

Lets watch my Youtube presentation on Fresh Fruits for Year 3 pupils.

Powtoon- Making presentation lively!

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Let’s use Powtoon to make our presentation more interesting and lively. Students will be interested to look at the interesting design, the avatars and also the background music.

Teachers can also get students to come up with their own videos and present the videos as a form of group task so in a way it will also enhance collaborative learning among them.

You can watch the presentation I have created using Powtoon. I used it to teach about the concept of prepositions.

 

Screencast-0-matic: The Very Hungry Caterpillar

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I used the webtool Screencast-o-matic to come up with the following video on the story The Very Hungry Caterpillar.

Screencast-o-matic is a useful tool to create teacher presence especially when teacher is absent as pupils or students can see or listen to teacher’s voice in the video. The video can be kept so it can be used in future lessons. It can also be uploaded on Youtube and Frog Vle so other teachers and students can benefit from it.

Why not watch my first Screencast-o-matic video? Hope you will enjoy it!