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Teaching through film: case studies and strategies for effective learning

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FLAME Research Centre (Film, Languages And Media in Education) would like to invite you to our next event at the Manchester Metropolitan University. The one day mini-conference on “Teaching through Film” will be held on the Saturday 26th of July.

This event has been funded by the IHSSR (Institute of Humanities and Social Science Research) with the ‘Future Networking Now’ grant, which has allowed us to invite academics from different European and UK universities. The event aims to promote networking and knowledge share in relation to the use of audiovisual material for teaching and learning in the classroom. This event will be free for all participants but booking is required.

QR Event 26 July

Please find here our latest programme, which is copied below. You will find the abstract here.

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Teaching through film: case studies and strategies for effective learning

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Saturday 26th of July, 10 am – 4:15 pm

Manchester Metropolitan University, New Business School, rooms 3.14 and 3.15

Free event but registration required. No lunch provided.

Booking: http://teachingthroughfilm.eventbrite.co.uk

 

10am Registration and Welcome
10:30 – 12 pm Presentations
Ms Isabella Seeger, Bielefeld University, GermanyFilm as quasi-authentic linguistic and cultural input – challenges and chances in the secondary language classroom
Dr Anna Baczkowska, Kazimierz Wielki University, PolandUsing subtitles in translator training and foreign language teaching
Dr Carmen Fonseca , Universidad de Huelva (Spain) and Dr Carmen Herrero, MMUMulti-modal teaching and language learners’ writing skills         

 

12 pm –01 pm Lunch break(Please note that lunch is not provided)
01 pm –02:30 pm Presentations:
Dr Carmen Herrero and Dr Isabelle Vanderschelden , Manchester Metropolitan University UKFilm pedagogy: towards a transnational and intercultural paradigm
Dr Manuela Escobar and Dr María Ángeles Broca, Universidad de Sevilla, SpainThe effect of subtitles on the acquisition of new vocabulary in an ESP context
Mr Thomas Jochum-Critchley, University of York, UKStudent led video production to enhance language learning: in- and outside the classroom.
02:30pm – 03 pm Break
03 pm – 04 pm Presentations
Ms Marisa Draper, Cornerhouse / HOME, UKEnriching formal education and creating alternative education routes through independent cinema and talent development schemes.
Dr Christian Klesse, Manchester Metropolitan University, UKRepresentation troubles – reflections on teaching bisexuality studies through film
04 pm – 4:15 pm Close of event – Feedback

 

 

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