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    • Video Selection RubricAllison, WilliamConquistadors – The Fall of the Aztecshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1dVhgLVbbH4&feature=relatedSubject Area Grade LevelMiddle Grades Social Studies 6thThis video is a commentary on the role Hernan Cortez played in the conquest of Mexicoby the Spanish. This video will be used as an introduction to the unit as the studentsexplore the motives behind the invasion. I believe this video will spark the interest ofthe students and inspire them to read and study in order to form their own opinions.SS6H1 – The student will describe the impact if European contact on LatinAmerica. a. Describe the encounter and consequences of the conflict between the Spanish and the Aztecs and the Incas and the roles of Cortes, Montezuma, Pizarro, and AtahualpaUse the descriptors on page 330 of your textbook to help you evaluate yourvideo with the following rubric. Type an “X” in each row to indicate your evaluationfor each rating area. Rating Area High Quality Medium Quality Low QualityAlignment with XStandardsAccurate & Current XInformationAge Appropriate XLanguageInterest Level & XEngagementTechnical Quality XEase of Use X(student or teacher)Bias Free XPacing Appropriate XOrganization X
    • Video Selection RubricName:Williams, HeatherTitle of Video:FactoringInternet address:http://www.brainpop.com/math/numbersandoperations/factoring/preview.wemlSubject Area Grade LevelMath 5thBrief Description:This video is one that I use before teaching factoring to my students. It provides a great definition andexplanation of factoring to the students. I use Brainpop videos very often in my classroom. (Brainpop is nota free video site, but you may sign up for a free trial. It also offers some free videos.)Georgia Performance Standard(s):M5N1. Students will further develop their understanding of whole numbers.a. Classify the set of counting numbers into subsets with distinguishingcharacteristics (odd/even, prime/composite).Rate your video on the next page:Use the descriptors on page 330 of your textbook to help you evaluate your video with thefollowing rubric. Type an “X” in each row to indicate your evaluation for each rating area. Rating Area High Quality Medium Quality Low QualityAlignment with Standards XAccurate & Current XInformationAge Appropriate Language XInterest Level & Engagement XTechnical Quality XEase of Use X(student or teacher)Bias Free XPacing Appropriate XOrganization X
    • Video Selection RubricName:Campbell, AshleyTitle of Video:Water Cycle with Illustrations [Official Video] ~ Mister CInternet address:http://youtu.be/j-eniAxM-GQSubject Area Grade LevelScience 4th GradeBrief Description:This video is a rap/dance song of the water cycle. It has great visuals that represent the songs meaning.This video would be good to show after you have gone over the individual parts of the water cycle. Thenstudents can see a visual representation of the whole cycle together with a catchy song. One teacherposted that this song was good for her class because of its rhythmic quality and her class is made ofseveral rhythmic learners.Georgia Performance Standard(s):S4E3. Students will differentiate between the states of water and how they relate to the water cycle and weather. a. Demonstrate how water changes states from solid (ice) to liquid (water) to gas (water vapor/steam) and changes from gas to liquid to solid. b. Identify the temperatures at which water becomes a solid and at which water becomes a gas. c. Investigate how clouds are formed. d. Explain the water cycle (evaporation, condensation, and precipitation). e. Investigate different forms of precipitation and sky conditions. (rain, snow, sleet, hail, clouds, and fog).Use the descriptors on page 330 of your textbook to help you evaluate your video with thefollowing rubric. Type an “X” in each row to indicate your evaluation for each rating area. Rating Area High Quality Medium Quality Low QualityAlignment with Standards xAccurate & Current xInformationAge Appropriate Language xInterest Level & Engagement xTechnical Quality xEase of Use x(student or teacher)Bias Free xPacing Appropriate x
    • Organization x Video Selection RubricName:Walbert, LeslieTitle of Video:Pollution is Killing UsInternet address:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WfCRAUNcOzk&feature=relatedSubject Area Grade LevelEffects of Pollution 3rd GradeBrief Description:This is a digital story that shows different ways people in America pollute. It is used as a way to motivatepeople to be more proactive in recycling and preventing pollution. This is a shocking representation ofhow much pollution is in America. It gives factual data about the causes of pollution and lists ideas onhow to prevent it.Georgia Performance Standard(s):S3L2. Students will recognize the effects of pollution and humans on the environment.Use the descriptors on page 330 of your textbook to help you evaluate your video with thefollowing rubric. Type an “X” in each row to indicate your evaluation for each rating area. Rating Area High Quality Medium Quality Low QualityAlignment with Standards XAccurate & Current XInformationAge Appropriate Language XInterest Level & Engagement XTechnical Quality XEase of Use X(student or teacher)Bias Free XPacing Appropriate XOrganization X
    • Video Selection RubricType your name in this box. Shelnutt, AndreaTitle of Video:Type your title in this box. “Plant Parts, Song”Internet address:Type the url of the video in this box. http://www.watchknowlearn.org/Video.aspx?VideoID=23078&CategoryID=6302Subject Area Grade LevelEarth Science 1stBrief Description:This is a brief video addressing the simple parts of a plant. It is a song and picture representation format. Itcould be used to introduce the parts of a plant to students and used throughout the lesson. If usedthroughout the lesson, students will memorize the parts of a plant to a kid-friendly song. In addition, thisvideo could be used as a motivational aspect to the lesson as well.Georgia Performance Standard(s):List the Georgia Performance Standard(s) addressed in your lesson in this box.S1L1. Students will investigate the characteristics and basic needs of plants and animals. a. Identify the basic needs of a plant. 1. Air 2. Water 3. Light 4. Nutrients b. Identify the basic needs of an animal. 1. Air 2. Water 3. Food 4. Shelter c. Identify the parts of a plant—root, stem, leaf, and flower. d. Compare and describe various animals—appearance, motion, growth, basic needs.Use the descriptors on page 330 of your textbook to help you evaluate your video with thefollowing rubric. Type an “X” in each row to indicate your evaluation for each rating area. Rating Area High Quality Medium Quality Low QualityAlignment with Standards xAccurate & Current xInformationAge Appropriate Language xInterest Level & Engagement xTechnical Quality xEase of Use x(student or teacher)Bias Free xPacing Appropriate x
    • Organization x Video Selection RubricWomack, AmyTitle of Video:Mr. Duey- FractionsInternet address:http://www.watchknowlearn.org/Video.aspx?VideoID=1485&CategoryID=1964Subject Area Grade LevelMath 5thBrief Description:This video is a catchy rap performed by the famous Mr. Duey. In this video he uses rap to show studentshow to change improper fractions to mixed numbers and he also shows students how to change properfractions to decimals and then to percents. These are difficult concepts for 5 th grade students tounderstand but Mr. Duey does a great job at explaining the process through his rap video.Georgia Performance Standard(s):M5N4. Students will continue to develop their understanding of the meaning ofcommon fractions and compute with them.a. Understand division of whole numbers can be represented as a fraction (a/b=a ÷ b).h. Use fractions (proper and improper) and decimals interchangeably. Rating Area High Quality Medium Quality Low QualityAlignment with Standards XAccurate & Current XInformationAge Appropriate Language XInterest Level & Engagement XTechnical Quality XEase of Use X(student or teacher)Bias Free XPacing Appropriate XOrganization X
    • Video Selection RubricAllison, WilliamTitle of Video:Conquistadors – The Fall of the AztecsInternet address:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1dVhgLVbbH4&feature=relatedSubject Area Grade LevelMiddle Grades Social Studies 6thBrief Description:This video is a commentary on the role Hernan Cortez played in the conquest of Mexico by the Spanish.This video will be used as an introduction to the unit as the students explore the motives behind theinvasion. I believe this video will spark the interest of the students and inspire them to read and study inorder to form their own opinions.Georgia Performance Standard(s):SS6H1 – The student will describe the impact if European contact on Latin America. b. Describe the encounter and consequences of the conflict between the Spanish and the Aztecs and the Incas and the roles of Cortes, Montezuma, Pizarro, and Atahualpa Rating Area High Quality Medium Quality Low QualityAlignment with Standards XAccurate & Current XInformationAge Appropriate Language XInterest Level & Engagement XTechnical Quality XEase of Use X(student or teacher)Bias Free XPacing Appropriate XOrganization X
    • Video Selection RubricType your name in this box. (Lastname, Firstname) McPhee, LillieTitle of Video:Type your title in this box. On The Go Snack BoxesInternet address:Type the url of the video in this box. http://www.youtube.com/embed/AGrczY8AMJcSubject Area Grade LevelFill in subject area here. Healthy Educ Fill in grade level here. K - 12Brief Description:Type a brief description of the video of the video and how it is to be used in the lesson in this box. Forexample: Is the video used for motivation? Does the video demonstrate a procedure? Does the videoinclude commentary from an expert? There are many possible reasons to include video.The student in the video won first place by participating in the USDA MyPlate Fruits and Veggies Video. Itshows how to add fruits and vegetables to your diet without spending extra money.Georgia Performance Standard(s):List the Georgia Performance Standard(s) addressed in your lesson in this box.HE1.6: Students will demonstrate the ability to use goal-setting skills to enhance health.HE1.7: Students will demonstrate the ability to practice health-enhancing behaviors and avoid or reducehealth risks.HE1.8: Students will demonstrate the ability to advocate for personal, family, and community health. Rating Area High Quality Medium Quality Low QualityAlignment with Standards XAccurate & CurrentInformation XAge Appropriate Language XInterest Level & Engagement XTechnical Quality XEase of Use(student or teacher) XBias Free XPacing Appropriate XOrganization X
    • Video Selection RubricTaylor, CaramyTitle of Video:Basic Needs of a PlantInternet address:http://www1.teachertube.com/viewVideo.php?video_id=239623&title=Basic_Needs_of_a_Plant&vpkey=c84cc6d55fSubject Area Grade LevelScience 1Brief Description:The video is used as an instructional tool that explains the standard with commentary from a teacher.Georgia Performance Standard(s):S1L1. Students will investigate the characteristics and basic needs of plants and animals.a. Identify the basic needs of a plant. 1. Air 2. Water 3. Light 4. Nutrients Rating Area High Quality Medium Quality Low QualityAlignment with Standards XAccurate & Current XInformationAge Appropriate Language XInterest Level & Engagement XTechnical Quality XEase of Use X(student or teacher)Bias Free XPacing Appropriate XOrganization X
    • Video Selection RubricKomanecky, LaraTitle of Video:The Marketing Mix Song (Business Studies take on Paparazzi by Lady Gaga)Internet address:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zFENz_nnrq8Subject Area Grade LevelBusiness and Computer Science 8th GradeBrief Description:This video is mainly used for motivational and introductory tool to be used at the beginning of a marketingunit. It is a marketing parody of Lady Gaga’s song, Paparazzi. The video is a fun way to first introducemarketing into the 8th grade classroom. Students respond well to the video since it is a parody of a popularsong. This video shows all four elements of the marketing mix listed below and provides an excellentintroduction to sub-standards B and C below.Georgia Performance Standard(s):MSBCS-BCSIII-10: The students will examine the basics of marketing. A) List and describe the four elements of the marketing mix. B) Explain the importance of target market relative to cultural diversity C) Address the elements of the marketing mix utilizing desktop publishing, word processing and/or webpage application. Rating Area High Quality Medium Quality Low QualityAlignment with Standards XAccurate & Current XInformationAge Appropriate Language XInterest Level & Engagement XTechnical Quality XEase of Use X(student or teacher)Bias Free XPacing Appropriate XOrganization X
    • Video Selection RubricTaylor, NikiGeology Kitchen: The 3 Types of Rockshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pg_jKJFbA2ASubject Area Grade LevelScience – Rocks 3rd GradeBrief Description:This video demonstrates the differences between the three types of rocks. Geologist Devin Dennie uses anordinary kitchen and food products to demonstrate how each rock is formed beneath the Earth’s surface.The demonstrations are detailed and presented in a fun, creative way. The video will be shown aftercompleting the introductions of each type of rock. It will serve as a review of the different rockformations.Georgia Performance Standard(s):Earth ScienceS3E1. Students will investigate the physical attributes of rocks and soils. a. Explain the difference between a rock and a mineral. b. Recognize the physical attributes of rocks and minerals using observation (shape, color, texture), measurement, and simple tests (hardness). Rating Area High Quality Medium Quality Low QualityAlignment with Standards XAccurate & CurrentInformation XAge Appropriate Language XInterest Level & Engagement XTechnical Quality XEase of Use(student or teacher) XBias Free XPacing Appropriate XOrganization X
    • Video Selection RubricCowart, Effie AlannaTitle of Video:HomophonesInternet address:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l0VpP7VxtYgSubject Area Grade LevelLanguage Arts- Homophones 2nd GradeBrief Description:This video provides examples of homophones. It is a song and picture representation format. The video alsodemonstrates appropriate ways to use homophones. This kid friendly song can help students rememberthat homophones are words that sound the same are not the same.Georgia Performance Standard(s):ELA2R3 The student acquires and uses grade-level words to communicate effectively. The studentc. Recognizes and applies the appropriate usage of homophones, homographs, antonyms, and synonyms. Rating Area High Quality Medium Quality Low QualityAlignment with Standards XAccurate & CurrentInformation XAge Appropriate Language XInterest Level & Engagement XTechnical Quality XEase of Use(student or teacher) XBias Free XPacing Appropriate XOrganization X
    • Video Selection RubricKahley, ChrisCareers In Engineeringhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OQzPfib7YyASubject Area Grade LevelFill in subject area here. Fill in grade level here.Brief Description:This video explores the various disciplines of engineering. Video can be used as a starter in a lesson thatdescribes each engineering discipline and what it involves. The video show experts from several differentfields of engineering talking about what they do and what expectation one should have if entering theirfield. The best thing about this video is that the engineers are very diverse. There are male and femaleengineers of several ethnicities, which is good for the students to see that anyone can enter this careerfield.Performance Standard(s):ENGR-FET1 – Students will describe the career pathways that are encompassed by GeorgiaEngineering and Technology Education.(a) Identify potential career opportunities related to engineering and technology.(b) Explain the educational requirements and professional expectations associated with a chosentechnological career path.(c) Participate in co-curricular and extracurricular activities related to career interests.(d) Participate in hands-on activities related to multiple engineering and technology pathways. Rating Area High Quality Medium Quality Low QualityAlignment with Standards xAccurate & Current xInformationAge Appropriate Language xInterest Level & Engagement xTechnical Quality xEase of Use x(student or teacher)Bias Free xPacing Appropriate xOrganization x
    • Video Selection RubricHyers, JennaCell Structureshttp://www.brainpop.com/science/cellularlifeandgenetics/cellstructures/Subject Area Grade LevelScience 5thThe video on Cell Structures will be used to introduce (activator) the topic to the students and as amotivation tool. Also, it can be used to connect previous knowledge and relate the information to the realworld. For example the video compares the cell to a small factory as it describes the parts and how theyare like different parts of a factory.S5L3. Students will diagram and label parts of various cells (plant, animal, single-celled, multi-celled). b. Identify parts of a plant cell (membrane, wall, cytoplasm, nucleus, chloroplasts) and of an animal cell (membrane, cytoplasm, and nucleus) and determine the function of the parts.Use the descriptors on page 330 of your textbook to help you evaluate your video with thefollowing rubric. Type an “X” in each row to indicate your evaluation for each rating area. Rating Area High Quality Medium Quality Low QualityAlignment with Standards XAccurate & Current XInformationAge Appropriate Language XInterest Level & Engagement XTechnical Quality XEase of Use X(student or teacher)Bias Free XPacing Appropriate XOrganization X
    • Video Selection RubricAbernathy, TheresaThe Attack on Pearl Harborhttp://www.watchknowlearn.org/Video.aspx?VideoID=27327&CategoryID=4214Subject Area Grade LevelWorld History 10th GradeThe video I chose depicts the events of December 7, 1941 and how we were propelled into battle duringWorld War 2. The video will be used in addition to lecture about the events of WW 2. Students love tosee visuals and this subject is one that they find very interesting. The commentary that accompanies theselection is content related and informative to those events. The video also includes footage of FDR’sinfamous speech regarding the attack on Pearl Harbor.This video could also be used to introduce the unit or as a supplement to question prior knowledge of thesubject.SSWH18 The student will demonstrate an understanding of the global political, economic, and socialimpact of World War II.a. Describe the major conflicts and outcomes; include Pearl Harbor, El-Alamein, Stalingrad, D-Day,Guadalcanal, the Philippines, and the end of the war in Europe and Asia. Rating Area High Quality Medium Quality Low QualityAlignment with Standards xAccurate & Current xInformationAge Appropriate Language xInterest Level & Engagement xTechnical Quality xEase of Use x(student or teacher)Bias Free xPacing Appropriate xOrganization x
    • Video Selection RubricMorris, Dolly WalkerSilent Invasionhttp://video.pbs.org/video/1098841639Subject Area Grade LevelScience – Ecosystems: Survival/Extinction 4th GradeThis is an excellent video whose purpose is to identify silent “invasive” organisms/species of weeds & insects thatdestroy previously established native ecosystems. These invasives are identified as the “new litter”, once a horribleproblem in the U.S. Primary examples are given from preventive efforts in Oregon in the northwest U.S. However,the instances in Oregon are traced across the ENTIRE United States for impact – and it is there! U.S. CustomsAgents are interviewed and they highlight how destructive species enter the United States via air travel and U.S.ports. U.S. Forest & Parks biologists are interviewed. Cattle Ranchers in the western U.S. are interviewed. “Bio”controls are explained. “Regular” people “doing something” to help are showcased. Reverse global implications arealso considered when one U.S. biologist travels to China to work with biologists there to limit invasive species’impact on both continents. The video is one hour long & would best be used in segments with fourth graders; theteacher could easily accomplish this segmented approach because of the video layout & with preview.Georgia Performance Standard(s)*:* Video Support FocusFocus Standard(s):S4L1 Students will describe the roles of organisms and the flow of energy within an ecosystem.a. Identify the roles of producers, consumers, and decomposers in a community.b. Demonstrate the flow of energy through a food web/food chain beginning with sunlight and including producers, consumers, and decomposers.c. Predict how changes in the environment would affect a community (ecosystem) of organisms.d. Predict effects on a population if some of the plants or animals in the community are scarce or if there are too many.S4L2 Students will identify factors that affect the survival or extinction of organisms such as adaptation, variation ofbehaviors (hibernation) and external features (camouflage and protection).a. Identify external features of organisms that allow them to survive or reproduce better than other organisms that do not have these features. (e.g. camouflage, use of hibernation, protection, etc.)b. Identify factors that may have lead to the extinction of some organisms. Rating Area High Quality Medium Quality Low QualityAlignment with Standards XAccurate & Current XInformation (4/21/09)Age Appropriate Language XInterest Level &Engagement XTechnical Quality XEase of Use(student or teacher) XBias Free XPacing Appropriate XOrganization XThis rubric is adapted from the selection rubric on pages 329-330 of:
    • Smaldino, S. E., Lowther, D. L., & Russell, J. D. (2008). Instructional technology and media for learning (9th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education, Inc.