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In ten minutes, this daily program will inform even the squirmiest of students. Teachers keep telling us that WORLD Watch is adaptable enough to fit into their school schedules, whether they’re addressing topics as they arise in certain subjects, watching the show during lunch to engage in deeper discussions, or assigning the day’s program as homework.
People might ask how your students know so much about the world. Feel free to tell them about WORLD Watch. We're not going to stop you.
I have four classes that watch throughout the day. We start our history class with the video most days.
We watch it at lunch. It gives us something to look forward to after a morning of school work and also constructively directs lunch discussion.
We watch it in conjunction with CNN 10 to discuss worldview reporting differences to enhance critical thinking.
I often pause the video to discuss a topic more or for my kids to add observations.
My class and I watch WORLD Watch every day. I am so thankful to have something positive to share with my students each day. Thank you for all you are doing!
—Kendra, Science and Bible teacher
My students are loving the daily program! I like the embedded lessons about topics related to science, history, civics, etc.
Our middle school students are riveted by the program. They're listening closely, arriving early to hear it, and enjoying the stories. We have great conversations sparked by questions and observations. It has been an excellent way to start the day and we are so glad we purchased the site license for our school!
My 7th and 8th grade classes watch at the end of the class period. I preview each morning so I can highlight certain stories or go over anything they will be seeing that might need explanation. We are currently studying civics, so World Watch has been absolutely wonderful for showing clips of what is happening in our country, as well as deepening our understanding of events in the rest of the world.
Our middle school watches it the during the first ten minutes of class and we discuss the show later in Bible or History. We have found it to be a great way to start the day, and the kids are interested and arrive so as not to miss it.
My class in the 8th grade loves your news cast. We watch it every morning.
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