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Links for Using Video in the Classroom

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clapperboardLinks for Using Video in the Classroom. Video could be said to have taken over the world these days, even very small children are making them on mobile devices. There is no doubt that video can be inspiring in the classroom; so, here are a few links that you may find very useful:

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Ancient Civilisations

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britishmuseum_blackThe British Museum Ancient Civilisations site looks at six aspects of ancient life:

  1. Technology – what tools and technologies did people of the past use?
  2. Religion, is it possible to understand the religious beliefs of the ancient civilisations?
  3. Trade, what did they trade and where?
  4. Cities, what features made a city?
  5. Buildings, what monumental buildings were created?
  6. Writing, why do people write things down?

 

The Ancient Civilisations picture is interactive, choosing one theme gives you a map so ...

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Aesop for Children

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Aesop for ChildrenAesop for Children, a free app produced by the Library of Congress is interactive, a fun set of over 140 short stories to share.

“Aesop’s Fables —also called “the Aesopica”—are a collection of stories designed to teach moral lessons credited to Aesop, a Greek slave and story-teller thought to have lived ...

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A Fun Interactive Tessellation Tool

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A Fun Interactive Tessellation ToolShodar have created a fun Interactive Tessellation Tool which generates lovely small images in a variety of colours.

It is based on three, four and six sided shapes being tessellated. This would make a great group exploration task and generate a brightly coloured maths display for the start of the new term. Just dragging the ...

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Skoolbo

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Skoolbo, which was created by the inventor of Mathletics, provides an amazing 3D world which teaches English and maths skills.

Players race against two other randomly chosen on-line avatar players of a similar level whilst playing a game. The questions are either read out loud or displayed on the screen … they start off easy and get ...

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