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Lewis and Clark Video Guide Questions

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Videos are an excellent way to wrap up a lesson to ensure that students understand the content you taught. This simple handout makes videos more effective by ensuring that students pay attention. Enjoy it free!!!
   
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This is a video guide handout for 'National Geographic-Lewis and Clark-Corps of Discovery 2002.' I was able to find the video on youtube under the title '1804-06 Lewis and Clark Expedition Documentary.' These are the same videos. It has been my experience that if students have nothing to do during a video, they do not pay attention. If you have them take notes or answer questions with written answers, they are too distracted to watch. I use these 'guide questions' to ensure that students are paying attention. The questions are in order from the beginning of the video. All they have to do is listen for the answer and circle it. It usually keeps them on their toes!!!

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Happy Teaching!!!

Kim

This is an excellent follow-up activity to my 'Lewis and Clark Journals-Integrated Lesson' assignment. Check it out!!!
   
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