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The proposed activity involves showing a relevant video immediately prior to the beginning of class. This activity may prove beneficial to both the instructor (reducing the generational divide and reducing interactional awkwardness) and for students (building community and student engagement). This activity is particularly appealing for younger generational cohorts in courses throughout higher education.
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