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Hip Hughes History - Keith Hughes

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8 to 12
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This YouTube channel offers over 300 videos for U.S. and World History, current events, political science, and American Government. Click the Index link to easily find one of the categories....more
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This YouTube channel offers over 300 videos for U.S. and World History, current events, political science, and American Government. Click the Index link to easily find one of the categories. Other videos teach test-taking and essay writing skills. If your district blocks YouTube, then they may not be viewable.
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In the Classroom

Show videos on an interactive whiteboard or projector to your class as an introduction to a new unit or class discussion. Flip your lesson and assign videos for students to view at home or in the computer lab and discuss questions at the next class meeting. Prep for this and engage students by asking questions during the video using Moocnote, reviewed here. Use the videos as a springboard for engaging writing prompts or to spark a discussion connected with a unit of study. Enhance learning by having students create a simple infographic with information learned from videos using Canva Infographic Maker, reviewed here. Be sure to check out some of the classroom management tips and advice for new teachers for some fresh ideas to use in your classroom!

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