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D1: Flip It!

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Engage Learners, Gather Data

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Sample lessons

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Sample Flipped Lesson "Lectures":

  • Explore the website for your textbook. You will often find videos with comprehension (lower order thinking) questions you can use to get started.
  • Search YouTube for videos that explain structures or vocabulary for your target language. Create a flipped lesson from that video. 
  • Sophia
  • TeachEm: Create a video lecture with flashcards interspersed in video to capture students attention to particular details, vocabulary, or ideas that they should notice.  
  • Educreations: blank whiteboard to which you can add photos, text, drawings, etc. and audio record your descriptions. 
  • ShowMe: blank whiteboard to which you can add photos, text, drawings, etc. and audio record your descriptions. 
  • Movenote: upload slides, documents, graphics, or anything in Google drive. Then narrate it with video that will go along with your presentation.  
  • Doceri 
  • TEDEd 

 

Record Your Own Video Lectures

 

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