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Desiree Noland

eduCanon - 10 views

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    Add questions for students to answer while viewing any YouTube video
dani lyra

YouTube Video Editor - 11 views

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    you tube has a new book editor that lets you create videos using excerpts from the videos you have already uploaded.
Nik Peachey

Nik's Daily English Activities: Memorize a Song - 6 views

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    Learning and enjoying songs can be a great way to improve your listening, vocabulary and pronunciation. In this activity we are going to use two websites to help you find, listen to and memorize the words of a song.
    First you'll use YouLyrics to find the words and a video of the song, then you will use MemorizeNow to help you learn and remember the words.
Nik Peachey

Nik's Learning Technology Blog: Cropping YouTube Videos to Create Activities - 6 views

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    Clipping videos makes it much easier for us to create activities and tasks that focus on specific areas of the video clip without having to watch the whole thing.
Guillermo Lopez

YouTube - 4 views

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    X factor
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    The world is so small and alike nowdays.... X factor everywhere in any language... absolutely amazing
Joseph Alvarado

Free Technology for Teachers: 30+ Alternatives to YouTube - 2 views

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    blog on how to teachers can work around YouTube
Ricardo Monteiro

TubeChop - Chop YouTube Videos - 0 views

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    Choose the video you want, select the part that you are going to show, and it's done. No more wasting time with bits and pieces that you don't want.
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    Very useful, very nice. Get the most of your tubes!!!
Nik Peachey

Easy YouTube caption creator | Accessibility tools, web developer tools, wizards and ma... - 0 views

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    Tool for adding captions to youtube videos.
Carla Arena

Download HD YouTube Videos - YouTubeSnips - 0 views

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    Easy, easy way to download videos from youtube.
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    This is the first tool you need for your youtube classroom!
Carla Arena

KeepVid: Download and save any video from Youtube, Dailymotion, Metacafe, iFilm and more! - 0 views

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    Just type or paste the youtube url, and click 'download'. You can even choose the end file, flash or mp4.
Carla Arena

YouTube - Scott Thornbury on Repetition in English Language Teaching - 0 views

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    Author Scott Thornbury talking about the use of Repetition in English language teaching. For more information see www.macmillanenglish.com/methodology.
Carla Arena

Splicd lets you edit other people's YouTube videos | - 0 views

  • If there's one bothersome side effect of getting a long Web video sent to you, it's getting to the good parts. In some cases, the part your friend wanted you to see could be a few minutes in, and you might not have the time (or patience) to sit through the rest. A service called Splicd fixes this, by letting anyone drop in a YouTube video URL, then pick the start and end point.

    It's not a very pretty implementation, but it works. You've got to manually plug in the start and end times, which requires skipping around to the part you want in YouTube, then heading back to Splicd. Once it's worked it through, you get a permalinked page that you can share with friends.

    What's nice about this system is that it doesn't require extra time to re-encode the video; when you've put in those changes it's instantaneous. The downside to that is that the finished product cannot be shared outside of Splicd's site.

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    Aha! Now you can get just parts of a YouTube video. Might be handy in the classroom. I need to test it!
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