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Build a Seating Chart that Works – Ideas for the Secondary Teacher & Classroom
The physical layout of your classroom has a huge impact on student learning. Check out these tips on how to build a classroom seating chart that works. Click here for lots of other solutions and ideas for middle school and high
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Martin Luther King Jr. with Technology Integration (Google Slides)
Martin Luther King Jr. technology integration resource has your students celebrating his life while working with Google Slides. The resource uses google slides to help students think about what peace, equality and justice mean as they learn all about Martin Luther King Jr. and his life. Students wi
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THE PRESIDENTS SONG: George Washington - Donald Trump
Do your students know all the Presidents? They will after watching this Mister Harms original of THE PRESIDENTS SONG! Watch and sing through the first and last names of all 45 presidents from George Washington to Donald Trump! I have found that knowing the names and order of the P
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Meet the Presidents: George Washington Bundle
If you are looking for a new, fresh, and fun way to introduce the United States Presidents to your students, look no further! Meet the Presidents offers your students a humorous, factual, and fun way to get to know our U.S. Presidents. After watching this goofy and informative video, your students w
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Guy Fawkes and Bonfire Night - Video Lesson
Pocket History animated video. Every year on November 5th, Britain celebrates the event known as 'Bonfire Night' or sometimes 'Guy Fawkes Night' with fireworks and bonfires all over the country. This short, gruesome but humorous video tells the history behind the event. The story follows the plot by
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Causes of the American Revolution video
This video is meant to tell students about the causes of the American Revolution. Simply show the video DIRECTLY to your students or use the video as a teaching aid. **Since this is a new type of resource to my store, please let me know what questions you have BEFORE purchasing it in the Q&A s
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Classroom Management for Secondary Teachers #2, Old School Rules to Run the Room
Tips and tricks from an experienced high school teacher to help you regain control of your classroom. Follow these guidelines and you'll soon have your teens settled in and ready to learn. Great ideas for high school and middle school teachers.
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Classroom Management for Secondary Teachers #1, Myth of Superhero Teacher
Tips and tricks from an experienced high school teacher to help you regain control of your classroom. Follow these guidelines and you'll soon have your teens settled in and ready to learn. Great ideas for high school and middle school teachers.
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NO PREP American Revolution Review Activity {Color by fact}
Fun, meaningful, & No PREP American Revolution Activity! Students will love reviewing Revolutionary War info with this creative Color by Facts review! Students color each space of the George Washington image using the key. For example, students will color the grievances the Patriots had against
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Classroom Management for Secondary Teachers #10, Series Finale, 10 Final Tips
Tips and tricks from an experienced high school teacher to help you regain control of your classroom. Follow these guidelines and you'll soon have your teens settled in and ready to learn. Great ideas for high school and middle school teachers.
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Me on the Map: Teaching Map Skills in Elementary School
Working with MAPS and GLOBES takes children far beyond mapping skills. This quick video explains why you should be teaching your students about maps and offers some easy ideas on how you can implement it with your busy schedule. This video will also show you how I use the book Me on the Map to effe
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US Geography: Memorize & Research the 50 US States and Capitals (Google Slides)
Learn the names of the states first, then by utilizing google slides and an included video that will teach you and your students learn a simple brain friendly way to learn the LOCATION of the United States. After that, they will spend time doing a quick research into their chosen state. The final go
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Classroom Management for Secondary Teachers #6, Help & Advice for Introverts
Tips and tricks from an experienced high school teacher to help you regain control of your classroom. Follow these guidelines and you'll soon have your teens settled in and ready to learn. Great ideas for high school and middle school teachers.
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European History Trailer
This collection of clips that I edited together and narrated tells the story of Western Europe from Rome to WWI. The video acts as a trailer, a visual course outline, for a European history course. I use it as an engagement tool to touch on the things that will be studied throughout my European hist
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Leaders of the American Revolution video
This video is meant to tell students about the leaders and important figures of the American Revolution. Simply show the video DIRECTLY to your students or use the video as a teaching aid. **Since this is a new type of resource to my store, please let me know what questions you have BEFORE purchas
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Classroom Management for Secondary Teachers #4, Are You a Boring Teacher?
Tips and tricks from an experienced high school teacher to help you regain control of your classroom. Follow these guidelines and you'll soon have your teens settled in and ready to learn. Lots of ideas for high school and middle school teachers. Items mentioned in the video: "The Rules of the Game
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Classroom Management for Secondary Teachers #5, No More Boring Lessons
Tips and tricks from an experienced high school teacher to help you regain control of your classroom. Follow these guidelines and you'll soon have your teens settled in and ready to learn. Lots of ideas for high school and middle school teachers.
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Evolution - Making and discovery (Grade 3-5)
We believe in learning through making and discovery Over the course of these lessons we learn about: - How we know that extinct animals existed - How animals adapt to their environments over time - How the dodo could have survived
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Latitude and Longitude Made Easy Video "Short Story"
This is a short story that will help children understand latitude and longitude
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Shackleton and the Endurance - Video Story
Second in the Pocket History animated video series. The incredible survival story of Ernest Shackleton and his 27 crew stranded on the Antarctic ice for 2 years after the crushing of their ship, Endurance. This video is based on journals from the expedition written at the time the vessel was abandon
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Classroom Management for Secondary Teachers #9, Criminal or Chucklehead?
Tips and tricks from an experienced high school teacher to help you regain control of your classroom. Follow these guidelines and you'll soon have your teens settled in and ready to learn. Great ideas for high school and middle school teachers.
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The Interactive Classroom Professional Development Series - The Walking Tour
The Interactive Classroom In The Interactive Classroom Professional Development Series, teachers can learn the key strategies to transform their classrooms into an immersive, differentiated, and engaging learning experience. Based on professional development sessions provided at s
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Native American shelters video
This video is meant to teach students about Native American shelters such as the long house, chickee, plank house, tepee, igloo, and adobe pueblo. Each type of shelter is discussed with detailed examples in a fun and engaging way! Simply show the video DIRECTLY to your students or use the video as a
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FDR's Fireside Chat #8
This video is a primary source companion to my Close Reading and Fluency Practice Resource on Franklin Delano Roosevelt & The Great Depression. It is an
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Inquiry in the Classroom: Learning Goals and Success Criteria
In this video, we talk about how to use learning goals and success criteria when using inquiry in the classroom for both STEM and project based learning lessons. Using an inquiry approach in the classroom allows students to take ownership in their learning by increasing their voice and choice in wh
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Branches of Government Video
This video is tells students all about the executive, legislative, and judicial branches of government, as well as examples of each and checks and balances. Simply show the video DIRECTLY to your students or use the video as a teaching aid. Graphic Credits: Educlips **Since this is a new type of r
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Latitude and Longitude "Video"
LATITUDE AND LONGITUDE No prep! This video presentation will make it easy for your students to learn about latitude and longitude! Help your students fall in love with geography. This informative video is packed with fun activities and exercises that will develop your student’s knowledge of this im
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Classroom Management for Secondary Teachers #8, Help for Student Teachers
Tips and tricks from an experienced high school teacher to help you regain control of your classroom. Follow these guidelines and you’ll soon have your teens settled in and ready to learn. Great ideas for high school and middle school teachers. As mentioned in the video, earn more about Adobe Voice
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Monroe Doctrine Mini-lesson
This 7 minute lesson covers the highlights of the Monroe Doctrine. It includes a modern day illustration to help students understand the significance and impact of this early American document from 1823. Having taught AP US History since 2003, I've been able to create mini lessons to help students
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Setting Up Your AP History DBQ (APUSH / AP Euro / AP World)
This video contains step by step instructions on how to set up a DBQ for AP US History, AP European History, and AP World History, all of which are scored on the same seven point rubric. While the examples I present are primarily from APUSH, the format can be applied to all AP History subjects. s
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Radial Symmetry
In this project, students can demonstrate their knowledge and understanding of mathematical concepts such as symmetry, patterns and angles by creating artwork based on a radially symmetric design. In addition to practicing visual and critical thinking skills, additional connections can also be made
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What Is a Democracy? (Lesson Plan & Video)
Clarify* daily videos are designed to help educators teach students in grades 5 through 8 more about a topic currently in the news. Every week we provide one or two new lesson plans in addition to the videos. This particular lesson plan is tied to the video "What Is a Democracy?" and will help a c
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Memorize Students' Names with Ease
It's hard to learn students names in a snap at the beginning of the year. When you're focused on presenting an engaging first few lessons, memorizing dozens of names doesn't always come naturally. I struggled with this for a long time until finally I came up with a quick and easy solution. Now I'm
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Bundle: The Legend of the Three Sisters Video w/Thanksgiving STEM Lesson Plans
This is the video version of my popular The Legend of the Three Sisters presentation for studying Native American, legends or first Thanksgiving science. This student-facing purchase includes my Thanksgiving Science and Engineering STEM Unit Plans as linked to bel
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Interactive Notebooks: A Doodle Video by Molly from Elementary Lesson Plans
Interactive Notebooks... This is a 4 minute upbeat 'doodle' video to introduce interactive notebooks to your class. This is a video you might share with your students the day of or the day before you begin setting up a notebook. It might also be a great little video to show parents
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Louisiana Purchase Mini-Lesson
This 7 minute lesson covers the highlights of the Louisiana Purchase. It includes a modern day illustration to help students understand the significance and impact of this early American land acquisition from 1803. Having taught AP US History since 2003, I've been able to create mini lessons to he
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Emancipation Proclamation Mini-lesson
This 7 minute lesson covers the highlights of the Emancipation Proclamation. Its purpose is to help students understand the significance and impact of this Executive Order from President Lincoln in 1862. Having taught AP US History since 2003, I've been able to create mini lessons to help students
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Ancient Egyptian Gods
This video has the main Gods of Egypt as well as of few of the myths that are tied to the Egyptian Gods! Here is an animated video that has the main God of Egypt. Along with the video is a PDF with hyperlinks . There is also a file like notes that has the black outline picture of the gods for stu
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Nesting Boxes Paper Folding Project for Presidents' Day
This video demonstrates how to next the paper folding project found in the supporting document for this product on this listing. The PDF has a series of six paper boxes for students to fold and create. A penny in the last box is the surprise. The PDF also has the instructions as shown in the video,
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Italian Renaissance and Northern Renaissance Compared
In this video, I model how I compare the Italian Renaissance and the Northern Renaissance in my AP European History classes. The AP European History exam requires students to compare historical events by noting both similarities and differences. To compare the Italian Renaissance and the Northern
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Montessori Using the compass and cardinal directions
-This is a step by step presentation on how to introduce the child to the compass and the cardinal directions (North, South, East, and West)
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My way of using Flash Cards
Simple instructions for using flash cards. Not your typical Flash Cards. This method is slightly different and I think it works much better. You can adapt this to any class, grade, subject. Ch
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How Much Power Does a President Really Have?
The President of the United States is thought to be the most powerful person in the world. But how much power do they have both at home and abroad? Our video clarifies the branches of government and the role of the president.
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What's the Difference Between Facts and Opinions?
It's important to know the difference between a fact and an opinion, especially when it comes to the news. Learn how to determine what is a fact and what is an opinion.
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Why do we use pipelines?
Pipelines are important when transporting resources across long distances. Why are pipelines becoming an issue in the news? Watch the video and learn more about them.
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How to Make a Causes of WWI Foldable for Kids and Poster Set
This video features an introduction to the causes of World War I and then step by step directions for how to make a foldable for interactive notebooks. This could be a station activity or a whole group lesson! The definitions and directions I used are the same ones I used with my 5th grade students,
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What's the difference between an authoritarian, a dictator, and fascist?
There are different types of governments and leadership styles such as authoritarianism, a dictatorship, and fascism. What are the differences and similarities? Who are world leaders who used these leadership styles? Watch our clarifier and learn more.
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Why Did the Japanese Attack the USA in 1941 ?
During the Second World War, the country of Japan attacked the United States. The attack of Peal Harbor was the result. What started the conflict between the United States and Japan? Watch our clarifier and learn why Japan attacked the U.S.
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What Does It Mean to Be Pro-Second Amendment ?
The Second Amendment is a very important part of the United States Constitution. Written by the Founding Fathers, they wrote this document for the future of the nation. But did they foresee all of advances and changes in America? Watch out clarifier and learn what it means to be "Pro-Second Amendmen
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Why Does the U.S. Buy Avocados From Mexico ?
Did you know two out of three avocados in the United States come from Mexico? That's a lot of guacamole! Watch our clarifier and learn why so many avocados are imported from Mexico.
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What Is Wiretapping and Who Is Allowed to Do It to Whom ?
President Trump made an accusation that President Obama wiretapped Trump Tower. There does not seem to be any substantial evidence of this happening. Watch our clarifier and learn more about wiretapping.
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Lewis and Clark, Westward Expansion, and the Louisiana Purchase Video
This video is meant to tell students about Westward Expansion, The Louisiana Purchase, Thomas Jefferson, Lewis & Clark's expedition, Sacajawea's help, and the winter they spent at Fort Clatsop. Simply show the video DIRECTLY to your students or use the video as a teaching aid. Graphic Credits:
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