Here is a short video that can help ESL students to learn English. The video can be part of a lesson to teach English speaking or writing with an emphasis on comparisons and contrasts. It can be used also to develop vocabulary by encouraging students to use different types of verbs.
Do you know what a brain looks like? Here is an English video lesson which provides a fascinating look at the brain and how it works.
This video lesson answers these questions … with a twist.
Jill Bolte Taylor is a brain scientist who had a stroke. In this 20-minute presentation, we get the insider’s perspective on how the brain works and what happens when the brain shuts down. Her description of right brain-left brain functions is useful for teachers, as is her presentation of a real human brain. I didn’t know it looked like that.
Sit back and enjoy because her presentation is remarkable.
I don’t know what to think of this ESL listening video. It’s not a highly educational lesson, though it does teach ESL listening students how to hear and pronounce a single word.
ESL Listening Skills
The video does have great style: think Japanese punk fused with cool animation and a single thought. Definitely, a 1 minute diversion for the English class when you need a break from other listening skills activities. Think Friday afternoon fun.