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C-SPAN Classroom Presentation
Transcript of C-SPAN Classroom Presentation
Crittenden Middle School
2010 C-SPAN Teaching Fellow What is
C-SPAN Classroom? Current - Provides online primary resources covering the most recent events in politics and government. Using
C-SPAN Classroom 1. Sign up - it's free!
www.cspanclassroom.org Unbiased - C-SPAN is not affiliated with any political party or organization. Free - All of the primary sources available on C-SPAN and C-SPAN Classroom are free of charge! 2. Login. 3. Let's go explore! Features 1. Timely Teachable Videos 4. Congressional Chronicle 3. "Consitution Clips" 2. Video Library Other Opportunities 1. Collaborate & Communicate http://c-spanclassroom.ning.com/ http://twitter.com/cspan_classroom 2. StudentCam 3. Teaching Fellowship 5. C-SPAN Digital Bus http://www.c-spanclassroom.org/ http://www.c-spanclassroom.org/Members/Constitution-Clips.aspx http://www.c-spanvideo.org/videoLibrary/ http://www.c-span.org/bus/ http://www.c-spanvideo.org/congress Search for your
representative(s) Search for bills Key Terms linked
to video clips Lesson Ideas Search by Key term Clipping Videos in C-SPAN's Video Library 1. Find a video. 2. Click "share". 3. Adjust the time markers by dragging them
to the specific start and end times. 4. Choose a way to share - clicking "Email/Copy"
will allow you to paste a direct link into
a classroom presentation. http://www.studentcam.org/ Sort members