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Wrong or no wrong I speak

This article forms one of the chapters in a new book by ESOL Nexus about the role of language in the integration of migrants. This chapter, by InsightShare senior trainer Sara Asadullah, reports on the use of participatory video to explore perspectives of learners in relation to learning English. Using InsightShare's unique monitoring and evaluation process which integrates participatory video with the most significant change approach, Sara helped the groups share, select and analyse  stories of most significant change that represented what they value most about the programme. 

The chapter emphasises that participatory video can help promote in learners an attitude of ‘wrong or no wrong, I speak’, by building confidence and demonstrating the value of making mistakes in a safe environment that is at the heart of InsightShare's participatory video method and captured in one of our core values; ‘mistakes are great’. 

Click here to read Sara Asadullah's chapter
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