Description: This is a Public Service Announcement produced courtesy of a grant from the Department of Social Science & Civic Engagement at Chicago Public Schools. It was produced, written, performed, shot and designed by high school students (from freshmen through seniors) in a neighborhood public school with the goal of preventing "Modern Day Slavery," which is also known as human trafficking. This video was produced with award-winning artist/educator Cathleen Schandelmeier with music by Emcee Monte whose complete album can be found at: https://emceemonte.bandcamp.com CCSS.ELA-Literacy.SL.9-10.5 Make strategic use of digital media (e.g., textual, graphical, audio, visual, and interactive elements) in presentations to enhance understanding of findings, reasoning, and evidence and to add interest.
Description: Welcome to OSLIS for secondary students. Watch this brief overview video to learn about the three major parts of OSLIS and how to use them. Then go to secondary.oslis.org to learn how to do research, find sources and cite them
Description: This is a short length video that I recorded using screencast-O-matic. I created this video for a potential lesson I could use in a flipped classroom. Adjectives are a key component on the curriculum map, and therefore knowing adjectives are important. The goal of this video is that students will learn the general idea of what an adjective is, and then during class students will work with each other to complete worksheets and related interactive activities. The video contains an external video on you-tube for additional practice.