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Institucional DOMA Fotografia e Direção: EDGARD SOARES (www.edgardsoares.com)

Are you a big fan of wordless picture books?  What about upping the ante to wordless animated shorts?!  I was inspired by the adorable “Hola Llamigo” video that Sarah at Speech is Beautiful shared a link to a few weeks ago and used it with several students.  It was a novel, fun way to work on story re-telling, sequencing, vocabulary and inferencing so I started looking for more.  Here’s a list of a few along with a quick description (for [Continue Reading]

Are you a big fan of wordless picture books? What about upping the ante to wordless animated shorts? I was inspired by the adorable “Hola Llamigo” video that Sarah at Speech is Beautiful shared a link to a few weeks ago and used it with several student

Teach characterization by using fun, short videos with compelling characters and problems.  Guide students through character analysis with critical thinking questions.  Ideal middle school activity -- five video suggestions.  Perfect mini lesson and intro

Teaching Characterization with Short Films

Teach characterization by using fun, short videos with compelling characters and problems. Guide students through character analysis with critical thinking questions. Ideal middle school activity -- five video suggestions. Perfect mini lesson and intro

Five short videos that provide a lively introduction to growth mindset and why it matters, for students as well as teachers.

WKCD has assembled five short videos that provide a lively introduction to growth mindset and why it matters, for students as well as teachers.

infer/draw conclusions Wordless short video - have kids write story for it using dialogue, action, thought

Wordless short video - have kids write story for it using dialogue, action, thought. Pixar shorts are AMAZING for this activity!

The Stand-Up Game: A Classroom Strategy.  this short video gives a great tip on working with less than motivated teens.  Great for middle and high school (and maybe even staff meetings!!)  Watch at:  https://www.teachingchannel.org/videos/stand-up-game

This teaching strategy flips the idea of student participation on its head. The Stand Up Game has all students stand up to start, and they don& sit unless they share something with the class.

Short video on cyberbullying for upper elementary or middle school students.  Would be useful as part of a guidance lesson, particularly as an introduction to the topic.

Excellent short video on cyberbullying for upper elementary or middle school students. Would be useful as part of a guidance lesson, particularly as an introduction to the topic.

RECAP, the most fun I have had in my classroom all year!  Recap is a free and easy to use service where students use their phone (or other device) to create a short video in response to the teacher…

RECAP, the most fun I have had in my classroom all year! Recap is a free and easy to use service where students use their phone (or other device) to create a short video in response to the teacher…

Free Technology for Teachers: Mocomi Offers Hundreds of Short Video Lessons for Kids - Mocomi is a nice website featuring educational and entertaining content for elementary and middle school students. The main feature of Mocomi is their collection of more than 300 educational videos. The animated videos provide short lessons on everything from the history of Greek language to explanations of how car engines work.

Hundreds of Short Video Lessons for Kids - Mocomi is a nice website featuring educational and entertaining content for elementary and middle school students. The main feature of Mocomi is their collection of more than 300 educational videos.

This short video introduces kids to the powerful idea that taking on challenges can grow and strengthen our brains

Brain Jump with Ned the Neuron: Challenges Grow Your Brain ~ This short video introduces kids to the powerful idea that taking on challenges can grow and strengthen our brains, and that we have the power to make our brains stronger every day

How fast do thoughts travel? Who's got the biggest brain in nature? How many neurons are you toting around? Just a few mind-blowing facts about your mind.

Your Brain Is Amazing (Short Video) February 2013 by All Kinds of Minds The good folks over at Piled Higher and Deeper created the below video based on their awesome infographic titled, “Your Brain By the Numbers.

EXCELLENT synopsis of how American Lit was fueled by history. This short video also introduces themes and names the kids will need to know, too. Perfect introductory video for my 11th grade American Lit class.

Watch this later. EXCELLENT synopsis of how American Lit was fueled by history. This short video also introduces themes and names the kids will need to know, too. Perfect introductory video for my grade American Lit class.

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