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Just because words sound alike doesn't mean they have the same definition. After viewing a short video about homophones, learners come up with their own list of homophones.
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- Encourage your class to make their own creative videos to differentiate between pairs of words that sound the same
- The video is a student project, not a professional resource
- Video is clear and straightforward
- Short length allows for multiple viewings
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