Discovery Education Streaming: More Than Just Videos NTTI 2010 Kathryn Staton Education Specialist WVPT
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Landing on MY DE Quick links to your resources
On This Day Provides quick links to different subjects within the calendar. You can drop down and choose your subject or customize the page so that your subject always appears first. This feature is often used as an activator in the classroom, morning news, or to celebrate someones birthday!
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Getting Started Click on Justin and then the blue bar for an excellent source of training material, integration ideas, and links to content in Math, Writing, Art, Social Studies and more. Great for back-to-school inservices and/or ideas.
Webinars FREE Professional Development throughout the year! Click on the View All Webinars link to see an entire years worth of FREE Webinars
14 Classroom Resources FREE Classroom Resources located outside of the Discovery site. You will find puzzle maker, Kathy Schrocks resources etc
Lets go Exploring Finding content within Discovery Education streaming
Think of your search area as a triangle
Integration Idea Area Keyword Search Area All About Me Area This search triangle remains the same no matter what you click on
Keyword Search Area Top of Triangle Most common way to search for something is by typing in a keyword to search for videos, images, songs, sound effects, and more sharks
Keyword Search Area sharks
Narrow Your Results Click on a Subject, Grade, Media Type and more to narrow down your search
Click on a video to
Build Interest with Video Segments
It is nice to share
Have students do a Pair Share to discuss a video segment they viewed to summarize the content Have students create a new narration for a video segment Use sound effects to create a podcasts of a student created story Turn OFF the sound to a video and have students narrate How can a video segment reach a 21 st century learner?
DE streaming Audio - Song DE Streaming has close to 466 elementary school songs on the site. To find them click inside the search box, choose songs within the Media box, and click on the Search button Download and save the song onto your PC and insert it into your PowerPoint Then add in DE streaming Images or create your own and add!
Songs Can Help Teach The English language Learning Our Long Vowels (02:56) Long vowels say their names. 2005 Twin Sisters Learning Our Short Vowels (01:47) Learn about short vowel sounds. 2005 Twin Sisters Letters c and g Have Two Sounds (04:48) In words the consonants C and G are sometimes hard and sometimes soft. Q and U Are Friends (01:13) A song about words that start with QU 2005 Twin Sisters Rhyming Word Rule (02:30) Rhyming words stay the same at the end. You only change the beginning. 2005 Twin Sisters Silly Sallys Sister (00:29) A tongue twister with the letter S 2005 Twin Sisters Singing the Consonant Sounds (04:36) A song about words that start with B,C, D, F, G, H, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, V, W, X, Y, and Z 2005 Twin Sisters The Alphabet Swing (01:21) Sing the letters of the alphabet.
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Listening and Evaluating You can use the primary source audio files to: Listen to great moments in our nations history for tone and inflection Read the transcripts that go along with the speech Evaluate the text in visual way using free tools like wordle.net or wordsift.com
Here are the simple steps 1. Log into www.discoveryeducation.comwww.discoveryeducation.com 2. Drop down the Media box and select Audio 3. Choose the Audio file that you would like to see 4. Click on the Related Materials tab and then the Speech Transcript 5. Copy the transcript 6. Go to www.wordle.netwww.wordle.net 7. Click on the Create link 8. Paste the text and hit go
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Great White Shark Opens Mouth One of 21,000 Images
What if this shark could talk?
Match up DE streaming Videos with Blabberize.com +
Here are the simple steps 1. Log into www.discoveryeducation.comwww.discoveryeducation.com 2. Drop down the Media box and select Image 3. Search for and choose the image that you would like to see 4. Save the image on your computer 5. Go to www.blabberize.com 6. Browse to your picture 7. Click on the blue arrow 8. Drag the red blob down and over the mouth 9. Record your sound using a mic, uploaded file, or call it in 10. Save your blabber
How do these examples support a 21 st century learner? Use DE images and/or video to illustrate vocabulary words. Use a non-fiction video to have students write three facts about the topic or concept thee summarize the information into a paragraph Use images from DE and have students create a story in groups--each contributing one sentence at a time.
Exploring the Teacher Center
Integration Idea Area This search triangle remains the same no matter what you click on
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Getting to the STEM of it
Teacher Center then Stem Connect
What if my students miss class?
Teacher Center then Ready Zone
Atlas Interactive Map
Lets check out the Atlas (found inside the Teacher Center)
My Builder Section
My Builders This search triangle remains the same no matter what you click on
Writing Prompt Builder
58 Sharks What do you think sharks eat?
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61 A First Look: Solids, Liquids, and Gases Name:___________________________ Date:___________________________ 1. What is the same about a rock and a balloon? (Check only one answer) They both can pop. They both are full of air. They both are very hard. They both take up space. 2. Which is an example of matter? (Check only one answer) a tree laughter light a secret 3. Balloons can float in water when they are full of gas. (Check only one answer) true false
64 Assignment Preview : Homer's Illiad and Odyssey Homer's Illiad and Odyssey [ copy/edit ] Step 1Assignment Instructions View the following video segments, images, articles and maps related to Homer's Illiad and Odyssey. Take copious notes on the content provided and consider the following areas: * New vocabulary * Role of the gods * Recurring themes * Parallels to modern culture After viewing all of the resources provided in this assignment, create a comparison/contrast chart to show the similarities and differences that exit between Odysseus' experiences in Homer's Odyssey and wo/man's experiences in modern society. This chart w