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There are numerous materials teachers can use in the classroom to support learning and student engagement. With the capabilities of computers and the internet, any video or audio a teacher could think of to use in class is probably readily available. Videos in particular can be great authentic material to help students hear the language used in a natural context. Most of my friends who are strong non-native English speakers said that they learned to speak watching TV shows. Watching videos with subtitles in English can support students at lower levels, and is also a great way to improve reading speed. Video and audio recordings are also a good tool to allow students to hear the language used by speakers of different genders and accents so they can begin to understand a wider range of English speakers. If the teacher is the only person students ever hear, it can be easy to begin to only understand a particular accent, tone, or patterns of speech used by that specific individual.