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Animal Farm is an allegorical novel by George Orwell published in England on 17 August 1945. According to Orwell the book reflects events leading up to the Russian Revolution of 1917, and then on into the Stalin era in the Soviet Union. This movie guide helps the students stay focused on the main id
This clever and informative music video by EdTunes, chronicles the life and times of the Macedonian King, Alexander the Great. It explains the circumstances surrounding his ascension to the Macedonian throne and examines his invasion and subsequent conquest of the Persian Empire. The song also discu
A 51 question Multiple Choice Movie Companion that features questions presented in the order that they are presented in the film. The Movie Companion can also be used as a quiz and I have included SIX versions of it with answers scrambled and a key and grading strip for each one. The grading strip
This zip file has ALL YOU NEED to teach the Vikings in one day in a high school / middle school setting. Included is: an 11-slide PowerPoint presentation, fill-in-the-blank notes for students, notes key for teacher, mp4 video clip over the Vikings (Discovery Channel), AND a viewing guide for the cl
Crash Course World History Video Questions: Luther and the Reformation, Video #218. This video is produced by John Greene and provides a student friendly history of Martin Luther and the Protestant Reformation. Included in this resource are 20 reflective and analytical questions of the video as wel
This product consists of 25 questions to go along with the History Channel's 'Engineering an Empire--Russia' video. The video is about 45 minutes long and presents information about Ivan III, Ivan IV, Peter the Great, Catherine the Great, Alexander I, and Nicholas II. The video is available in its
This worksheet features a chart of mythical creatures, gods, and goddesses that are featured in Percy Jackson. I show this film to my AIS students as a treat each year around the holidays and like them to always have some kind of worksheet to pull information from our course out of movies.
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This is a documentary made by the History Channel that I use for World History that helps enrich student's learning of the topic. These questions serve as a guide to ensure that students are paying attention to the information that is being presented. There is also a short essay question at the end
David Macaulay is a renowned author and illustrator (The Way Things Work) who over the years has produced a series of very engaging educational films on the history of pyramids, castles, cathedrals, and other places. Many are available to purchase through PBS and most of them are easy to locate on Y
This powerpoint covers the TN-CCSS 4.13 & 4.14. It includes 5 quiz questions, an embedded video from History Channel, a link to notes for your students, and a short class project. 4.13 Locate the first 13 colonies and explain how their location and geographic features influenced their develop
Here is a great song to familiarize your students with World War II. It gives them a brief overview as an anticipatory set, and then you work your magic by teaching it in depth. This is surely a Grammarheads classic! CLICK HERE to see my LATEST FREE VIDEO! Grammarheads videos are the perfect suppl
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Have you ever wanted bring multimedia into the classroom with student videos? Here is a American Revolution Video assignment that requires students to work outside of class to complete their project. Students are able to choose from a variety of events, and they must start their video with a "new
This harmony filled and informative music video by EdTunes examines the origins, rise, expansion of, and legacy of the Mongol Empire. It discusses key figures, dates, locations, and events, including Genghis Khan, the Yuan Empire, Mongol tactics, and traces the history of the Mongol people back to t
This product consists of six video viewing guides that go with episodes of the History Channel's awesome series 'Engineering an Empire.' Each video is ~45 minutes long, and each viewing guide includes 19-25 questions, covering the whole video. All of the videos are available free of charge on YouT
This catchy and informative music video by EdTunes examines the rise, expansion of, collapse, and legacy of the Roman Empire. It focuses on the origins of the Roman Republic and it’s after post transformation into an empire through the Punic wars, civil wars, and Pax Romana. The song also discusses
Check out this World War One music video! It's one of The Grammarheads' most popular songs. Use it as an activating strategy with elementary and middle school kids. High school kids will even get lots of information out of this one! After watching the music video, check for understanding with a q
a video study guide to accompany the movie 'Escape From Sobibor'
This is a parody to the Disney (Lion King) song "I Just Can't Wait to be King". Disney owns the rights to the music. It covers some of SC Standard 7-2.1 on Limited and Unlimited Governments including: divine right, absolutism, Magna Carta, parliament, William and Mary, English Bill of Rights... The
This video study guide, with answer key, follows Mankind The Story of All Us - Episode 7 (New World). This video was given by the History Channel to all high schools across the nation. Check your schools library or media center. Episode Description (From History Channel): The Americas develop rapi
This Flipped Video examines the effects of the Black Plague and the 100 Years War on European Society.
This witty and informative music video by EdTunes, chronicles the events of the French Revolution. It starts with the Estates General meeting of May 5, 1789 through the rise of Napoleon Bonaparte. The song highlights the major events including, the storming of the Bastille, the women’s march on Vers
Video Questions for part 1 of PBS Empires Special Martin Luther Driven to Defiance Protestant Reformation by Winston's Whimsies
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This is a great documentary series for World History that helps enrich students learning of the topic. These questions simply serve as a guide to ensure that students are paying attention to the information that is being presented. (29 questions & Answer Key Included)This episode is currently av
'The People's Century' is a fantastic, wonderful, excellent* documentary series that presents interviews with eyewitnesses and commentary about events of the 20th century. This viewing guide consists of 20 short answer / fill-in-the-blank questions to go with the 'Red Flag' episode. The video is a

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