In order to master a foreign language, one needs to experience the language and its different formats in as many scenarios as possible. Therefore, creating environments in which students can remain engaged with the language and continue to develop skills is paramount.
This video demonstrates a how feedback on written tasks can be provided orally in order to enhance foreign language comprehension and development.
Not only does oral feedback help students revisit their work, but to engage with the language and practice their listening skills. Similarly, it is an excellent way to help students create an environment where they can continue to have contact with the language.
This example is given in Spanish.
The video was created using Screencast-O-matic.
For googledoc user, Kaizena, can be used with similar results.