The effectiveness of using videos in the classroom


  • Shakhnoza Mansurovna Khodjayeva Samarkand State Institute of Foreign Languages


language, learning, gestures, videos, movies, digital life, verbal and nonverbal communication, emotions, tones, cultures, expressions


The influence of digital videos in educational sphere, on our everyday culture is undeniable. With digital videos continuing to gain popularity, it seems only natural that this familiar and widespread platform should extend into the education system. Students today are using educational videos as a tool for learning everything: from basic skills - like changing a tire - to the latest dance craze. Abstract topics that once seemed difficult to teach and learn are now more accessible and understandable thanks to the availability of effective educational video platforms for online learningThe visual and auditory nature of videos appeals to a wide audience and allows each user to process information in a way that’s natural to them. In a nutshell, videos are good teachers. This article is about The Effectiveness of using videos in the classrooms that we can use to assess the progress of learning foreign languages and communication.


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Khodjayeva, S. M. (2022). The effectiveness of using videos in the classroom. Science and Education, 3(5), 1215-1217. Retrieved from



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