This site offers complete lessons based around movie clips or short movies. Although the lessons are aimed at ELL students, these lessons may be useful in station rotation activities or when diffing for content/access. Again, it's free and worth a look-see.
Before you all storm the LC with pitchforks and torches, let me clarify that I included this list only as a way to inject a little newness into your classroom. Some of the suggestions are really simple (Jar of Awesome). Some you may want to put on the radar for next year (Mixed Reality). I just thought that as we enter the slog to the end of the year, we may want a couple new ideas.
There is a wealth of goodies here. At the bottom of the page, you can go to specific content for science classes. You can bring science and history together by exploring the escape at Dunkirk. I found interactives ranging from tracking the jet stream to a cybersecurity lab game. This is well worth perusing. Again, I will peruse it for you if you let me know what you need.
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