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Moodle 1.9 Testing and Assessment by Jason Myrick

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Using video

Video can be an extremely useful tool for listening tests. Conversations between characters, monologues, and lectures can all be used for listening comprehension and listening for details testing. There are a few ways to add video to your listening tests. We can embed videos, link to them, or upload them to our course.

The biggest sites today, sites like YouTube, Dailymotion, and Hulu, offer a variety of videos and categories that can be used for classes and testing purposes. Since YouTube is the biggest and offers the largest variety of videos, in multiple languages, we will use it as our main source for video.

Linking video

The first option for adding video is using a link. First, we will look at simply copying and pasting a link into ...

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