Using digital images and film to enhance communication skills

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A DEFT case study with Newman School, Rotherham

About. The case study focussed on pedagogical issues involved in using short videos as a method to improve pupils' communication skills and as a way of introducing "stealth reading and writing". The particular technologies focussed on by this case study include the use of recording devices and digital editing software.

Pedagogical content. This cross curricula(i) case study focusses on Digital Literacy, in particular using E-skills(topic) to: improve communications skills and explore pedagogical approaches for introducing "stealth reading and writing". The outcome of this case study will be an OER showcasing the potential of digital technologies such as video recording and editing for enhancing pupils' communication(tool) skills.

One of the lesson ideas from the case study is available as a separate resource at Making Movies in the Classroom (edit)

Resource details
Title Using digital images and film to enhance communication skills
Topic E-skills,  Video
Learning Objectives

To use digital images and film to enhance communication skills.

Format / structure

Case study

Subject
Age of students / grade

KS4,  KS3,  KS2,  KS1,  Higher,  Primary,  Secondary


Useful information

This case study was conducted by Newman School, Rotherham in conjunction with Jack Todhunter, English Teacher

Related ORBIT Wiki Resources

One of the lesson ideas from the case study is available as a separate resource at Making Movies in the Classroom

Files and resources to view and download