By Scott Granville
Film and television shows have universal appeal as an entertainment source in popular culture.
Yet while online video content is more accessible to teachers and learners of English than ever before due to the wide-reaching influence of technology, even with this access there remains lasting issues around materials creation using video. Authentic language forms used in dramatic television and film for English speakers are beneficial but only to a point, particularly with learners at lower proficiency levels who may struggle with distractors such as overlapping speakers or unknown cultural context. Furthermore, this form . . .
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