Mazzarella Media

Fossils and Dinosaurs (2014)

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Real World Science is a dynamic and engaging video series designed to not only convey information, but to inspire students. Each program in the series presents core scientific concepts and principles in the context of real life situations and events helping students to make real life connections to science.

Grade Level: 
Elementary
Middle
Length: 
00:15
Fossils and Dinosaurs

Food Chain (2014)

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Real World Science is a dynamic and engaging video series designed to not only convey information, but to inspire students. Each program in the series presents core scientific concepts and principles in the context of real life situations and events helping students to make real life connections to science.

Grade Level: 
Elementary
Middle
Length: 
00:10
Food Chain

Animal Behavior (2014)

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Real World Science is a dynamic and engaging video series designed to not only convey information, but to inspire students. Each program in the series presents core scientific concepts and principles in the context of real life situations and events helping students to make real life connections to science.

Grade Level: 
Elementary
Middle
Length: 
00:16
Animal Behavior

Exploring Our Past: Native Peoples of the Woodlands

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Taped on-location at a First People's living history museum, this live-action video explores the history, culture, and legacy of the first People of the Woodlands. Students will discover how these people adapted to the woodland environment using all its natural resources and tour the different types of homes used by the People of the Woodlands.

Grade Level: 
Elementary
Length: 
00:12
Exploring Our Past: Native Peoples of the Woodlands

Exploring Our Past: Comparing the Lives of Native Peoples (2006)

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This program compares and contrasts the lives of early Native people's of North America. Using beautifully recorded reenactment footage, rare archival photos and colorful maps, the life of Native American people will come to life for students. The programs explore, in depth, the Native People of the Pacific Northwest, The Eastern Woodlands, the Desert Southwest and the Great Plains.

Grade Level: 
Elementary
Middle
Length: 
00:25
Exploring Our Past: Comparing the Lives of Native Peoples

Escaping Slavery on the Underground Railroad (2008)

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Stirring dramatizations, archival photographs and colorful maps help tell the story of the Underground Railroad.

Grade Level: 
Middle
High
Length: 
00:11
Escaping Slavery on the Underground Railroad

Life of an Enslaved Person in America (2008)

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This program explores the daily life and customs of enslaved children and adults from colonial times through Emancipation. Through these activities students will come to better understand and appreciate the hardships and plight of African Americans living under the institution of slavery.

Grade Level: 
Middle
High
Length: 
00:13
Life of an Enslaved Person in America

Harriet Tubman and Her Escape to Freedom (2008)

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Millions of enslaved African-American men, women and children lived in the United States less that 200 years ago. During that period of American history, many brave men and women attempted an escape to freedom. Harriet Tubman is perhaps the best known of these American heroes.

Grade Level: 
Elementary
Middle
Length: 
00:14
Harriet Tubman and Her Escape to Freedom

Abraham Lincoln: the Great Emancipator (2008)

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In 1861, the Civil War was a conflict that threatened to permanently divide the United States. Without President Abraham Lincoln's leadership, courage and determination to maintain the Union, our country may have ceased to exist.

Grade Level: 
Elementary
Middle
Length: 
00:12
Abraham Lincoln: the Great Emancipator

Opposing Slavery: The Abolitionist Movement in America (2008)

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This program begins by exploring the development of slavery in America and the conditions under which enslaved people lived and worked.

Grade Level: 
Elementary
Middle
Length: 
00:13
Opposing Slavery: The Abolitionist Movement in America

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