I like using videos when I teach. With English Language Learners it helps to show students pictures, especially with vocabulary work. Recently, I discovered ELF Learning. They have some great videos posted on their ELFTube and also YouTube.
(Additional note on Jan. 11, 2012: If you want to join the ELF website "community", you need to use a different web browser than Internet Explorer. I used Google Chrome at home. Internet Explorer would NOT work for me at home last week nor for Mrs. Pokey at school today. If you don't care about joining the "community", just access the ELF videos through YouTube.)
This week, I started a clothing vocabulary unit with my Kindergarten and first grade students. I created an assessment using photographs from the Internet. (Google Images is a useful tool for finding appropriate pictures.) Then, I pre-assessed the students' knowledge of 23 clothing words and will post-test them with the same assessment at the end of the unit.
ELF Learning has three very nice videos on Clothing. Here is the first one.
The first one is a simple flash card type presentation of 24 clothing words. (The only one I didn't use in my assessment was "rain boots". It seemed redundant to me to talk about "boots" and "rain boots".) The other two videos use the same vocabulary words but add sentences and phrases.
Clothing flashcards, words are repeated
My Clothes 1 with sentences and phrases
My Clothes 2 with sentences and phrases
Good luck! My students really are enjoying these videos. I hope your students do, too.