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Videos for middle grades

Page history last edited by Jess Ledbetter 7 years, 11 months ago

Since YouTube can occasionally show unpredictable content prior to the selected video, I recommend previewing videos using the YouTube links (during lesson planning). Then, download the videos you plan to show students by clicking on the "Video Download Link" for your selected video.

 

Video Description  Video Download Link  YouTube Link 

Don’t Be A Bully—Be a Friend (4:11)

These are some cool videos made by teens about how to prevent bullying by being a courageous bystander. A little cheesy (preview and know your class) but cool because they were made by kids.

 
Don't Bully - Be a Friend- bystander tips.3gp  

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6tfwR0VikQ0&feature=related

 

ABC World News—Carly Fleischmann (2:13)

Carly is an incredible teen who has contributed greatly to autism advocacy and sharing the way that it feels to be autistic. Carly is completely non-verbal but types on her computer to communicate. This is a just a very short video about her, but Carly has a great book called “Carly’s Voice” that just came out in 2011.

 
ABC World News-Carly Fleischmann.3gp  

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GIDEStbJ158

 

Basketball Team Reaches Out to Teen with Disability (2:39)

A teen with cerebral palsy is the team manager for his high school basketball team. Great story!

 
Basketball Team Reaches Out To Teen With Disability.3gp  

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iQw4cUbTHOc

 

 

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