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This is a Great Starting Lesson for Any Student who's Second Language is English. It begins by introducing the objects that are all around us in the classroom. Teachers and students can learn the rhythm and style of a Busy Beavers Language Lesson from this simple video. Thanks for Watching, Sharing & Commenting Subscribe for Fresh Uploads 3 Times a Week http://bit.ly/YOUTUBE-SUBSCRIBE The great thing about Learning with Busy Beavers videos is that you can practice anytime, anywhere on your iPad, Computer, Smart Phone or Smart TV. You can try learning how to speak a new language alone by yourself, or with your friends and family speaking and learning beside you. BusyBeavers.com develop educational & entertaining videos that Families can enjoy together. How about learning a Foreign Lan...
Skype helps bridge the distance between a school in Auckland, New Zealand and one in Los Altos, California. Students get a global education with Skype in the classroom. Learn more: https://education.skype.com/?cm_mmc=SMYT%7C1402_B1-_-SITCNewZeland
Website: http://BusyBeavers.com - Kids English Learning Resources - MP3s, Worksheets, Flash Cards, Games and more! Use this video to teach the names of the objects in the classroom. Students should now be familiar with speaking in sentences thanks to practicing the "Alphabet Words". Make sure when they are asked what something is they always say "It's a..." before giving the answer. You can watch this whole video by becoming a paying subscriber to our website. Or Buy this video on a DVD from our online shop.
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http://www.engvid.com Are you the new student in your English class? Do you understand what your teacher is saying? In this lesson, we will go over some of the vocabulary, expressions, and questions that you might hear in class. What do you say if they are speaking too fast or if you didn't hear? It can be stressful to ask questions, but after this lesson, you will be more confident participating and interacting with your teacher and classmates. Take the quiz: http://www.engvid.com/classroom-english/ TRANSCRIPT: Hi. Welcome again to www.engvid.com. I'm Adam. Today's lesson comes as a request, because I know that there are actually quite a few of you who are teachers of English, and you wanted to know some classroom English. So, today, we're going to look at classroom English. This is mor...
This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Catherine Thimmesh discusses why creativity is an essential tool for today’s students, and how teachers can easily encourage and foster the development of creative thinking skills. Along the way, she dispels some commonly held myths about what creativity is or is not, suggests some concrete prompts that can be used quickly in any classroom, and bemoans the fact that she still doesn’t have a jet pack! Catherine Thimmesh is an award-winning children's book author, currently focusing on creative nonfiction. (Her books include the Sibert medal-winning book "TEAM MOON: How 400,000 people landed Apollo 11 on the Moon"; and most recently, "SCALY SPOTTED FEATHERED FRILLED: How do we know what dinosaurs real...
In 2014 Skype in the classroom was part of the historic Mission 31 expedition during which Fabien Cousteau and his team broke new ground in ocean exploration. Fabien and his team spoke with classrooms around the world via Skype. This video showcases 3 of those calls. Some of the pupils had never left their local area and were transported into a world deep beneath the sea. Their fascination evident, Fabien answered questions and offered glimpses into life as part of Mission 31. See more: https://education.skype.com/?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=video&utm_campaign=mission-31&utm_content=organicmission
Hey guys! So many of you wanted to know about my classroom management and how I got my kids to work so well and stay on task. So I put together this chatty video telling you about my philosophy of behavior management and some tips and ideas of how I go about managing all those little personalities in the classroom. I break this video down into three different sections: Section 1: Starting the year off with routines and procedures. It is so important to get your kids started off on the right foot. Make sure you send the message that you love and care about them while still ruling with a hard fist as some say. Section 2: In this section I discuss how I handle those little personalities when meshed together. Kids are notorious for tattling and I have a great remedy for that! Section 3: ...
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Every game has potential for learning! Consider the educational value in some of the more popular, entertainment-focused games that your students (and you!) already enjoy at home. Of course, not all games are school-appropriate, but you can approach any game from an educational perspective. Think of games as experiences rather than instruction -- as field trips, not textbooks. It's a perspective that's as valuable for students as it is for teachers. To learn more about using games in the classroom, visit our Teaching Strategies page: https://www.commonsense.org/education/teaching-strategies/find-the-learning-in-any-game --------- Subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/CS_Edu_YT Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/commonsenseed Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.co...
Hey #PawesomeTV fans! I'm back with another video! I know some of you have started your first day back to school, so I thought this would be a fun video: Ten Types of Students! Please let me know in the comments below what other types of students do you have in your classrooms.
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This is a nice selection of instrumental background music for the classroom. Amazon: http://goo.gl/V7h7U3 Spotify: http://goo.gl/9c4buH 1-First Light 2-Deep Within 3-Summer Breeze 4-Hopeful 5-Send in the Clowns 6-Sundown 7-Over the Moon 8-The Rose 9-Scenes from Summit 10-Imagine 11-Signature 12-Have You Ever Seen the Rain 13-We've Only Just Begun 14-I Can Only Imagine 15-Nights in White Satin The O'Neill Brothers Group features fabulous artists on various instruments creating unique but recognizable versions of cover songs from the last 70 years. In addition, we feature many songs from the following genres: Christian, Lullaby, Wedding/Love, Christmas, Relaxation/Spa, Irish, Oldies. Our music is available to stream, buy or license. Instrumental Music for Life’s Moments. Perfect Backgro...
Hmm, very poignant
And now I point to the teacher and the classroom
And our wild tale commences
[Princess Superstar as Teacher]
Hello everyone, welcome to ancient speaking class
You must speak, that's what I'm teaching
If you're going to telepath you're wasting my time so don't spaz
Hey I heard that! Who just thought their teacher has a big ass
Don't think nasty things like that when everyone here can telepath
[Princess Superstar as Teacher]
Well this is fun, I know it's difficult without tongues
But you're young, still have lots of time to sunscreen under one of the suns
Now who wants to start, will it be you Intel Inside, or you Just Do It
Perhaps Got Milk wants to begin, oh, Coke Is It, stand don't sit
Hit it, ba-da-ba-ba-ba, I'm lovin' it, you begin your report
Don't use your ?, use your rusty, a little dusty, mouth and larynx
Right where you used to put a sandwich, see if we can manage
But we're gonna need a beat, in order for you to handle it
Uh, I'm teaching you in rhyme
Since archaeologists found only Shakespeare and B.I.G.'s "Ready To Die"
When time and age was counted, measured, money was pleasure
Babies branded out the ad campaigns forever
The old world was confused
Attaching themselves to the biblical by the umbilical
Ironically so much like the amoeba they sprung from, the evolution was syphical
But I get ahead of myself, or is that behind myself
Perhaps Coke Is It wants to do her report first, I'm asking
But remember kids, no telepathing
[Princess Superstar as student Coke Is It]
My, um, um, ancient speaking report
Is on my great-to-the-50th-power grandmother whose name was Superstar
I am the descendant of a duplicant
A cycophant from a cloning plant
*Pause* (no telepathing, Coke Is It!)
Right, uh, the year of her was 2080
Understandably illusive since we don't count time anymore maybe
It's a bit hazy, but Superstar was crazy
An entertainer back when there was entertainment, pleasure for payment
So that everybody would stop their complainin'
She was very very bad, and I don't mean bad meaning good
I'll explain how bad Superstar was if I could
In those strange days each human
Was allowed one exact clone or duplicant as they called them
To do his bidding, his drinking, his pigging
His cigging, or his unpleasant slash moral thinking
One could do it at any age
And as the originals change, the duplicant would rearrange
But our derranged Superstar was thinking
Why just one duplicant, when she could have a troupe of them, mmhmm
Why settle for one when she could make thousands of bad girl clones
To get a better job done (well what was she like when she was young?)
She dreamed of being a celebrity just like everyone
It was 2005, a strange time to be alive
She knew if she couldn't be famous in her time
She would be one day in 2080
So she found a super computer MRI baby (wow!)
That would preserve her mind until the world was ready to comply
I ain't gonna lie
Not only does she become famous, she becomes the only famous person alive
Listen to her plot, playin' with her friends when she was only nine