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  • Liberation & Revenge - … and his reasons for talking about his experiences in this film. Thomas Blatt, a former Jewish prisoner, describes going back to … in the program; others are mentioned or seen in archival films or dramatizations) Allies, Auschwitz, Birkenau, concentration camps, death camps, Eastern … camp. Discuss: Compare the reactions of the soldier in the film who describes what he found upon liberating Auschwitz with those …
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  • Costa Rica: Volcanos and Soil Formation - … emphasis on the first 7 to 8 minutes of the film. Discuss the number of eggs that are produced by the … a car. Several of these boulders are shown in the film breaking into smaller pieces as they roll down the steep volcanic slopes in a large skree slope. Later, the film shows the bleak, unvegetated land that has been formed, the … to dominate in the area. While the scenes from this film show plant succession in a volcanic area, succession from barren …
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  • Manu: What's Happening To My Species? - … this can be pointed out during student viewing of the film. The issue of predators, prey, survival techniques and others are … the body designs by observing the animals in the Manu film. (Example: feathers on birds, spots on jaguar, etc.) Use markers … respect to the problems facing the species of Manu. They film will help students decide on what to say about the … Classroom Resources | Trivia Challenge | Related Links | Screen Saver | About the Film | Manu Credits
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  • My Life As An Insect In Namib - … is a seashore,desert and mountain environment shown in the film. View the harsh desert, mountain, and seashore environment prior to … Edens "Namib" program and note the different insects in the film. Also note the different adaptations presented in the program and … the adaptations to talk about in class discussion from the film are the abilities to: Manage extreme temperatures Collect/find moisture …
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  • Who'S Who in Roman History - … and craft supplies for creating timeline materials and backdrops for filming. Costumes and props for use in documentary. Video camera and … class time to gather props, costumes, and create backdrops for filming purposes. All students should work as a group to accomplish … appears in the historical timeline. 9. After all students have filmed their scenes, air the documentary for all students in the …
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  • Power of Germs - … world. Use listening and note taking skills to view the film segment and complete the accompanying viewing guide accurately. Utilize a … , take time to discuss each question, referring back to the film or the companion website materials as needed. Encourage students to … the world. Using what they have learned from viewing the film, reading the content from the companion website, and class discussions …
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  • The Political Dr. Seuss: Dr. Seuss and Universal Themes - … viewing excerpts from THE POLITICAL DR. SEUSS and examining the film's Web site, they will see how, despite being written … Plan Two: Political Cartoons and Dr. Seuss >> top Home | The Film | Dr. Seuss | Political Cartooning | Filmmaker Bio Filmmaker Q&A | Learn More | For Educators | Talkback | Site Credits Home | Explore Films | TV Schedule | Video | Community Cinema | Classroom | Blog | About * Independent Television …
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  • Lawrence of Arabia - … Arab World, Part I (60 mins). As you view the film answer the following questions and be prepared to discuss after … ; assess their immediate and long-term success. Assessment Participation in film discussion, completion of propaganda poster showing opinion and completed essay … Wisdom: A Triumph, view the film, Lawrence of Arabia (1962). How well does the popular film convey the history of the man …
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  • Lesson 16: Hear Ye, Hear Ye: Read all About It! - … guide to be used on the project. Before viewing the film, instruct students to create a note taking sheet that contains … Newsworthy Information Explain to students that as they view the film, they should be looking for details to place under each … be used to evaluate student work. Have students view the film. Stop periodically to have students discuss key people, events, and ideas from the film. Encourage students to add information to their note taking sheets …
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  • P.O.V. - the Hobart Shakespeareans . for Educators (Rafe'S Classroom Secrets) | Pbs - … This Filmmaker Mel Stuart /pov/distributors/links232.inc Buy the Film Upcoming Films Tuesday, July 26 Tuesday, August 2 Tuesday, August 9 A Co-Presentation of About the Film Explore Meet the Maker For Educators Take Action From Our … . Read what critics have to say about the award-winning film, then watch it tonight on many PBS stations.
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