Sarah Magnusen

Thu, 12 Jan 2017 08:53:15 +0000

Printing Press Demo. 1:57. Timeline W13.

    A cooper at work in his cooperage / Share while teaching CARRY ON, MR. BOWDITCH by Jean Lee Latham -- the LitWits way! / For unique hands-on literature activities and DIY LitWits Kits (with prop and project ideas, takeaway topics, printables and keys), visit http://www.litwitsworkshops.com/free-resources/

    Great teaching tool for certain people of history. Very limited amount of people covered, but great information on the ones covered!

    SL w27 - Caroline - 1812 - games and activities - ss

    SL w12 - Felicity games - Colonial girl games and activities - ss

    Crash Course - The Atlantic Slave Trade -- In which John Green teaches you about one of the least funny subjects in history: slavery. John investigates when and where slavery originated, how it changed over the centuries, and how Europeans and colonists in the Americas arrived at the idea that people could own other people based on skin color.

    (Web research and video game) BBC Primary History - Famous People, Pocahontas. Look closely at, at least, 2 of the "Photos;" Read, at least, 1 of the sections (Why is Pocahontas famous?, Life in an Indian village, Meeting the colonists, Pocahontas gets married, Pocahontas in England); Play the "Pocahontas Game."

    SL w9 - An interactive look inside Jamestown. - ss

    This 12-minute documentary explains the Iroquois Indian's lifestyle inside a longhouse, and provides a virtual tour of a longhouse as well.

    Ben Franklin's from Physics Central: a downloadable comic book and collection of activities that probe the findings of Ben Franklin.

    What Is the Rock Cycle? Here are two short videos, a chart of some pretty rocks, & an online quiz. The quiz is aligned with the video. #geology #science #rocks

    The Roman Empire: in the First Century. Resources. Video Library | PBS

    YouTube video: The Magnificent Giotto--4 minutes of various pieces with Benedictine chants