by Alabama Learning Exchange
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This collection contains video podcasts submitted by Alabama teachers for use in the English/Language Arts classroom.
|1||VideoNouns Mix-up||A young girl, Molly, is feeling very stressed by the demands placed upon her during language arts class. She just doesn't understand nouns. Then, her teacher leaves the room unexpectedly and the young girl discovers that she can learn with the help of her peers. In the end, young Molly finds out that learning is fun!||12/29/2010||Free||View In iTunes|
|2||VideoAnne Frank: A Young Girl's Story||This podcast is to be used before the reading of The Diary of Anne Frank.||1/5/2011||Free||View In iTunes|
|3||VideoHow to Write a Haiku||Fourth grade students explain how to write a Haiku poem.||1/5/2011||Free||View In iTunes|
|4||VideoHow To Write A Friendly Letter||This lesson explains the 5 parts of friendly letter. Students will be able to identify the five parts of a friendly letter which include: the heading, greeting, body, closing, signature. Students will also learn a hands-on way to remember the aspects of a friendly letter based on using different body parts.||1/5/2011||Free||View In iTunes|
|5||VideoCause and Effect||Students complain that all teachers do is boss them around and tell them what to do, but many times, never tell them w.hy they must follow these rules. In this entertaining podcast, we turn the skill of cause and effect into a fun game show where students can see WHAT happens to students and WHY it happened. Students will get to see what happens to students when they don't follow the rules, all while learning and reviewing cause and effect.||1/5/2011||Free||View In iTunes|
Cause and Effect
Brillant for reminding an adult what cause and effect is;and wonderful for teaching children the importance of study, and proper respect for the teacher. So very fun and well done!
Good & Bad
Decent content , video quality is decent. Audio dynamics are distracting, and general delivery is half baked. In dire need of a good producer to give it a once over. But it's free, so . . .