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Educational Films
by George Johnson
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The discovery of an animal skeleton in a riverbed stimulates a girl to imagine the many connections among the structures and functions of living creatures and machines. The film provides a springboard for exploring patterns and relationships among many elements of the environment. Other titles in the  Look Again  series are: Between the Walls (LINK)   - One girl finds a clever way to remove a mouse. Journey of the Blob  (LINK)  - An illustration of the water cycle. Topsy-Turvy (LINK)  -...
Topic: look again series
Educational Films
by George Johnson
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What is it about the night that stirs the imagination towards enchantment and mystery? A girl views the city at night from her balcony, wondering about the sights and sounds of her familiar world after dark. Several viewings will allow students to look again and experience the magic of night from different perspectives. Film without words. Other titles in the Look Again series are: Between the Walls (LINK)   - One girl finds a clever way to remove a mouse. Connections (LINK) - Making...
Topic: look again series
Educational Films
by George Johnson
movies

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A girl discovers a mouse living between the walls of her home, and builds a better trap when the mouse is threatened. Students can predict what she might do and observe how she removes the mouse in a sensible, sensitive way. Other titles in the  Look Again  series are: Connections (LINK)  - Making connections between living creatures & machines. Journey of the Blob  (LINK)  - An illustration of the water cycle. Topsy-Turvy (LINK)  - Explores magic in fantasy and the everyday world....
Topics: Children's films, Look Again series
Educational Films
by George Johnson
movies

eye 335

favorite 3

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In a young boy's dream-world anything can happen--even magic. What magic is there in the child's world of fantasy? What magic is there in everyday things such as electricity and magnetism? Intermediate students will want to discuss their own "magic tricks," while younger children can make hypotheses about why some events cannot really happen. Other titles in the  Look Again  series are: Between the Walls (LINK)  - One girl finds a clever way to remove a mouse. Connections (LINK)...
Topics: Children's films, Look Again series