Pupils love TV!! Educational research always seems to emphasise the importance of engaging pupils at the start of a lesson to maximise their learning. To this extent relevant video footage at the start of the lesson can be an excellent way to engage and enthuse pupils. However, many teachers I have spoken to find it difficult to find relevant video footage. When they do they’re unable to get it from its current form to their classroom. In this article I aim to provide some advice on how to download videos from Youtube and play them on your PC/Mac to display in class. And also how to record directly from Freeview or Sky TV onto your PC/Mac. Learn more…
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