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Computer education and filming in an ESL classroom


A review of the literature reveals that film editing as task-based language development activities has received little attention, and that consideration should be given to the language the software used for film editing is formatted in. This article reports on the use of filming and editing activities by intermediate and advanced university Japanese students of English as a Foreign Language learning to demonstrate the effect of the language software upon the learning development. Finally, this article documents how through this activity students were able to utilize their prior knowledge of English to develop new language awareness while performing their filming task.


Gromik, N. (2006). Computer education and filming in an ESL classroom. The JALT CALL Journal, 2(1), 27-36. https://doi.org/10.29140/jaltcall.v2n1.20