Speaking, Transferable Skills, EAP, Video Pedagogy
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This paper concentrates on roles of digital video in English as a Second Language from 2000-2012.First, ‘Where video has been commonly used’ is discussed thematically and then ‘Why video has been used’ is examined in pedagogic detail. This leads to a discussion of digital video in flexible education and the issue of learner anxiety in the neglected macro skill of speaking. The paper concludes with an emphasis on transferability of skills and a need for a broader, matured role for video in pedagogy.