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CLED EFL Grammar

These videos were created as part of an ITEL project (CLED Flipped Grammar: Jennifer Lubkin & Andrew Screen). The purpose of the project is to explore what type of impact flipping specific units of a grammar class has on student learning.

These videos, as well others that were created for this class, are designed to serve as instructional video clips to enhance grammar instruction in text books or in class. One of the main goals of the project is to reduce the teacher talking time in class by "flipping" the class. By flipping, the explanations are provided through video and watched by students for homework, and the class time then allows more time for language practice.

About the Class
Semester Created: 
Fall 2013
Creator(s): 
Andrew Screen
Instructor: 
Jennifer Lubkin & Andrew Screen
Type of Assignment: 
Instructional
GNMC Resources
Gelardin Contacts and Roles: 
Barrinton Baynes approved me for editing room authorization. Beth Marhanka told me about Explain Everything.
Technology Used: 
Editing Rooms & Stylus