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    Edifying Audio/Visual Materials

    I teach university students in Korea. I don't like using much audio/visual media and even much of the textbook materials typically used. I'm not against using audio/visual media, just not what students want which is pop songs, movie clips, and anything that gets giggles and entertainment value. Do you have any thoughts about sources of audio / visual content that is edifying?

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    Re: Edifying Audio/Visual Materials

    How about things like TED talks?

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    Lightbulb Re: Edifying Audio/Visual Materials

    I find BBC learning English website to be useful
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningenglish/

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