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Sacajawea Youtube Video #2

 

May 11-15 Teaching Video " Sacajawea"

 

TedTalk on Sacajawea

 

Glenna Goodacre Video on Sacajawea Gold $ Coin

 

May 4-8 Teaching Video "The King of Mazy May"

 

Klondike Gold Rush Youtube

 

Youtube Video-Sled Dogs

 

Movie Trailer-The Call of the Wild

 

April 27-May 1...YouTube Video to Introduce

 

April 27-May 1...Instructional Video

 

Hello Video April 20-24

 

PowerPoint to Login to Your Textbook on the Computer

 

Youtube Video for "Is Our Gain Also Our Loss"

 

Youtube Video #2 for "Is Our Gain Also Our Loss"

 

"Is Our Gain Also Our Loss" Teaching Video

 

Don Quixote Teaching Video

 

Don Quixote Youtube Video to Introduce Retelling of Story

 

Hello Video April 14-17

 

"That's Not Progress"-Argumentative Text

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"Feathered Friends" Science Fiction Genre

 

Hello Video for April 6-9

Hello Mrs. Donathan’s 6th Grade ELAR Students

Hummingbirds Ultra Slow Motion

Watch this video on hummingbirds before reading the myth, “The Tale of the Hummingbird” on page. 205.

Myth "The Tale of the Hummingbird"

 

Simile and Metaphor: What's the Difference?

Use this video to gain a better understanding of the difference between a simile and a metaphor.  The author uses both similes and metaphors in the biographical selection about Robert Lemmons, “Black Cowboy, Wild Horses” to give vivid description about the setting.

Personification

Watch this short video to help explain personification.  Personification is used by the author in biography, “Black Cowboy, Wild Horses” to give great visual imagery of the landscape that is the setting for the biography.

Black Cowboy, Wild Horses Biography Video
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Biography Genre’ Selection-”Black Cowboy, Wild Horses”

Watch this video for an introduction to the selection before you begin to read.

Hello Video for March 25-April 3

This is the video I shared on the BMS Facebook page for the first week of instruction that we were out of school.

Melodie Donathan

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Classroom Number:
205
School Phone:
637.7521 ext 5307
Cell Phone:
806.239.7548
Conference Time:
9:55-10:40 Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri

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