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The final video in this series finishes discussing questioning using the simple past tense and moves into a discussion on how to correctly pronounce conjugated past tense endings. Also included are interactive segments for students to practice.
This video explains how the ideas of various governments influenced the development of the United States government. Teachers should view the video prior to showing it to students and determine if the violent scene invovling Julius Caesar (on the video around 3:19) is appropriate for their class.
This site provides educational videos, quizzes and games about amphibians for students at varied grade levels. Teachers or students can make an online presentation and save it for homework or a school task. This resource supports English language development of English language learners.
This resource supports English language development for English language learners. These videos about birds show and discuss birds of prey, nesting birds, and other birds as they interact with their environment. The narrators speak slowly enough to permit teacher interaction. Students can also play games to identify birds. Teachers or students can make an online presentation and save it for homework or a school task.
This resource supports English language development for English language learners. This site provides science videos, lessons, quizzes and games about insects, spiders, centipedes. Games include labeling the life cycle of an insect, identifying insects, among others. Two also quizzes included. Videos should be viewed and evaluated for grade-level appropriateness before showing in class.