Videos

WELCOME TO OUR VIDEO PAGE WHERE YOU FIND ALL THE DIGITAL LEARNING VIDEOS HERE

 

Why choose us to watch video media?
Have you ever watched a video media for learning purposes only to realise it is so long of a video you let out a defeated sigh? You only need to watch for a specific topic, but most times it seems like you have no idea where it is covered in the video? Well, have no fear as videos are here! It's all about saving you time as you can skip to only the sections or keywords or even closed-captions you need to watch. Videos here have made it easy for you. 

All videos here include the introduction of how to use the video efficiently.
 

Here are some of the learning benefits below:


Closed Captioning (CC)
Great news, you can turn on and off the closed captioning (CC) with the click of the button.  BSL video closed-captioning is an excellent opportunity for you to watch and learn sign language (hearing or otherwise) with or without captions (CC) on.  If you don’t follow what the signer signs (or says) at one point of the clip, you can always turn the captions on to follow.  Important note: The captions are followed by BSL Grammar, not English Grammar.  Word order is a feature of BSL in which it differs from English.
 

Table of Contents
A table of contents creates a point of reference to the video for finding important information and determining which content will be useful.  Videos here let you search specific part of the videos and jump to a specific part of the video.  The search can be found by the name of the sections, the name of the keywords or even by the name of the closed captions.  It's that simple.

 

Player Settings – Adjusting Playback Speed
If the Signer of the video is going too fast for you to follow, you can adjust the playback speed.  Playback speed relates to the speed at which the video is played. You can speed up the video or slow it down according to your wish. Speeding up will allow you to watch the video faster.  The speed box will have 1.0 value which means that the video is playing at a normal speed. Increasing the speed value will make the video playback faster while decreasing the speed value will create a slow-motion effect. Setting the speed value at 0.50 will slow down the video playback speed by half while inserting 1.50 value into the speed box will make it one and a half times faster.
 

Full Screen
You can maximise the videos using full-screen mode for any device at anywhere, no matter when what or even where you are.  You can watch videos on-the-go at your convenience such as in a park, café, pub, library or even at home etc.  Stay connected wherever you go. Please note: Data roaming, wifi roaming, mobile wifi, even dongles are required to access videos.

Mute/Volume
Most videos here are being played with no sounds.  
 

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This video is designed to teach learners to communicate with Deaf people in British Sign Language (BSL) on a range of topics that involve simple, everyday language use.  You can browse the BSL signs by searching on English word(s) and you will be taken to the sign (or signs) that are linked to these English words.  Some words have more than one-word signs.  You will have to bear in mind that there are regional, “BSL Vocabulary”.  Some of the BSL Vocabulary may probably not be used in some areas.  This BSL Vocabulary video is designed for London and South East England, including Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, East Sussex, Hampshire, Isle of Wight, Kent, Oxfordshire, Surrey and West Sussex. 

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Everyday Vocabulary

BSL Vocabulary 

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This video shows how to use Multi-Channel Signs appropriately.  Most “Multi-Channel Signs” have no wording, you would need to use a lot of facial expression, and this will encourage you to improve your BSL skills.  There are 53 “Multi-Channel Signs” in this video.  You will have to bear in mind that there are regional, Multi-Channel Signs.  Some of the Multi-Channel Signs may probably not be used in some areas.  This Mult-Channel Signs video is designed for London and South East England, including Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, East Sussex, Hampshire, Isle of Wight, Kent, Oxfordshire, Surrey and West Sussex.

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Multi-Channel Signs

This video is designed to browse the dictionary of BSL signs by searching on an English word and you will be taken to the sign that is linked to that English word.  All words are one-word sign.  This BSL dictionary will be of particular interest to hearing and deaf people engaged in learning.  You will have to bear in mind that there are regional, “BSL Dictionary”.  Some of the BSL Dictionary may probably not be used in some areas.  This BSL Dictionary video is designed for London and South East England, including Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, East Sussex, Hampshire, Isle of Wight, Kent, Oxfordshire, Surrey and West Sussex.

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Everyday Englsih word

BSL Dictionary

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This video is designed to teach learners to gain qualification in communicating with Deaf people in British Sign Language (BSL) on a range of topics that involve simple, everyday language use. They will gain basic skills and confidence in production and reception of BSL.  You can browse the BSL signs by searching on English word(s) and you will be taken to the sign (or signs) that are linked to these English words.  You will have to bear in mind that there are regional, “BSL Level 1”.  Some of the BSL Level 1 may probably not be used in some areas.  This BSL Level 1 video is designed for London and South East England, including Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, East Sussex, Hampshire, Isle of Wight, Kent, Oxfordshire, Surrey and West Sussex.

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Everyday Conversation

BSL Level 1

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