Media skills for language tutors – A series of workshops

Hello everyone,

The Film in Language Teaching Association (FILTA) and Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU) are organising a series of workshops entitled ‘Media skills for language tutors’. These are aimed at equipping tutors of modern languages with a set of digital skills they can apply and re-use in the classroom. Below is a description of the contents of each section:

1)    Working with video (Tutor: Benoît Guilbaud, MMU and FILTA) on  Tuesday 8th November from 5-8.

This session will look at how to digitise clips from DVDs, edit them and share them online with learners and colleagues.

Windows PCs will be provided. You may also bring your own laptop computer. Mac users welcome.

Software used include:

Xilisoft DVD to WMV converter (Windows) / Handbrake (OS X)

Windows Live Movie Maker (Windows) / iMovie (OS X)

Microsoft PowerPoint (Windows / OS X)

Dropbox (Windows / OS X)

 

2)    Creating a podcast (Tutor: Benoît Guilbaud, MMU and FILTA) on Tuesday 22nd November from 5-8.

This session will look at possible uses of podcasting and screencasting in education, with hands-on activities.

Desktop PCs will be provided. You may also bring your own laptop computers. Mac users welcome.

Software used include:

Audacity (Windows) / GaradeBand (OS X)

BlueBerry Flashback (Windows) / Quicktime X (OS X)

 

3)    Making subtitles (Tutor: Jessica Frye, MMU and FILTA) on Tuesday 6th  December from 5.30 to 7.30.

 Details to be communicated.

 

The fee is £30 per session or £80 for attending the 3 sessions.

The workshops will take place in the Geoffrey Manton building, at Manchester Metropolitan University on Oxford road, Manchester.

For further information or to book, send me a message, or email Susan Nolan.

Thanks for reading.

Benoît

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