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Video projects: Welcome to my country

In this second instalment of the integrated skills series by Jackie McAvoy, students produce a short video or audio recording of a tourism advertisement.

A holiday in Sydney

Level: Pre-intermediate and above

Target age: Teenage and above

Time needed: 1 hour plus recording time

Materials: Digital camera or mobile phone / mp3 recorder

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