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Sneak Peek: New Videos for Next School Year

 

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You asked, we listened. The Flocab hive has been buzzing with worker bees and the honey is going to be scrumptious. Here’s a sneak peek at the new songs we’ll be rolling out for next school year:

Upcoming ELA Songs

 

  • Fiction vs. Nonfiction
  • The Writing Process (POWER mnemonic)
  • Plot Elements
  • Point of View (1st, 2nd & 3rd person)
  • Persuasive Language
  • Who, What, When, Where, Why
  • Using Descriptive Language
  • Word Choice (connotation & denotation)
  • Five Paragraph Essay
  • The Research Process
  • Context Clues
  • Main Idea
  • Source Credibility
  • Note-Taking Methods
  • Making Inferences
  • Bibliography
  • Ode to the Library Media Specialist

Upcoming Science Songs

 

  • Parts of a Plant
  • Pollination
  • The Food Chain
  • Adaptation
  • Hurricanes
  • Life Cycles
  • Natural Resources
  • Roles of Water
  • States of Matter
  • Wave Properties
  • Gravity
  • What Is Science?

Are you as excited as we are?! We hope so! Stay tuned in the 2013-2014 school year for these new topics and more. In the mean time, check out this month’s new additions:

New This Month

6th Grade Vocabulary: Yes We Can

Watch this video to learn fifteen vocabulary words for the sixth grade. “Yes We Can” tells the story of a Latina woman who fights to help her people. Watch now.

6th Grade Vocabulary: We Innovate

Watch this autobiographical Flocab video to learn fifteen vocabulary words for the sixth grade. Hear a bit of the Flocabulary founders’ philosophy along the way! Watch now.

7th Grade Vocabulary: Road Trip

Watch this video to learn fifteen vocabulary words for the seventh grade while you hit the road for an epic road trip! Watch now.

Social Studies: Postcolonialism

In this video, students will learn about the colonization of India and Africa as well as the works of Mahatma Gandhi and Nelson Mandela. Watch now.

Social Studies: US Constitution

In this video, students will immerse themselves in the writing of the US constitution in a rap featuring John Locke, Thomas Jefferson and James Madison. Watch now.

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