This case study explores a teacher's beliefs and perspectives regarding the integration of video technology in teaching speaking skills. With advancements in technology, video-based instruction has gained prominence in language teaching contexts. However, teachers' attitudes and beliefs play a crucial role in the successful implementation of such innovative practices. The study focuses on a single teacher's experiences and reflections as they incorporate video technology into their speaking lessons. Qualitative data were collected through interviews, classroom observations, and the teacher's reflective journal. The findings provide valuable insights into the teacher's beliefs, challenges, and successes in integrating video technology, shedding light on the factors that influence the effective use of this technology in language classrooms
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