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After School Video Experience
Pop the pop corn, relax, and check out this advice forsSocial studes and history students to keep learning after the school day is done with this tip from Ms. Priest.
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Book vs. Movie vs. Mind
A filmmaker’s vision of a book is almost always different than our own. In this activity, Ms. Reiling’s students read a book then compare the movie version with how they imagined it.
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Film Clips Reinforce Learning and Note-Taking
Ms. Cashell uses short film clips to reinforce specific subjects and topics of study, and to help students practice note-taking skills with three writing prompts.
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Literature about the Old West
When it comes ot teaching about the Old West, this educator says silence is golden. See how she teachers her high school learners by using olf films in a unique way.
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Movie Day
This Works4Me reader motivates students with the promise of a movie day, but it’s how she handles parental consent that may inspire you the most.
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Plagiarism Movie
When setting the tone regarding copying and cheating as the new school year begins, Barbara shows this movie to her students.
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