Students are always attracted by image and sound. Making a short video
could also serve as a stimulus for meaningful written tasks.
However, how many of us, language teachers, know how to produce a short movie or video?
Few I guess..there is an alternative though suitable for classroom purposes.
Stop motion videos! What are they?
Have you ever drawn pictures in the corners of old books? Drawing pictures slightly differently from one page to the next then flipping through them with your thumb makes the images animate. This is the concept on the basis of which these videos are made.
Have a look at such a video created at a workshop, by teachers..
And a video with instructions:
A rather clumsy first attempt, to prove how easy it is to produce such a video: