Bullying: This is a video that I used in my anti-bullying presentation. I think that this video very well explains the realities of bullying. It would be a good video to show to students to help them have a better understanding of what bullying is. 9977
Do you kids like to play with the cameras on your phones and tablets? Why not leverage their interest to build some learning into the fun? Here are 10 apps (many are even free) that teaches kids how to make movies and videos into stories and presentations with fun activities. Great way to learn photograph, presentation, and storytelling. Can be used in classroom, homeschool, or at home.
Here it is, the only audio or video response worksheet you will ever need. Well, maybe that's a little presumptuous but this worksheet does have multiple applications and uses. It wouldn't hurt to have a class set of these on standby for those days when you end up watching a video or listening to a presentation. from http://chasemarch.blogspot.ca/
Whether it's Red Ribbon Week or any other day, students are at risk to being exposed to drugs. Knowing the facts is a crucial first step in keeping drugs out of the hands of our tweens and teens. Students will discuss key words, discover the facts about drug abuse & addiction, and consider ways to obtain a natural high through healthy activities. This lesson includes an interactive powerpoint with video clips, a group webquest with a presentation sheet and a worksheet for independent work.