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  • Mar. 2016 Update for Primary Schools Monthly Curriculum Library

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    © 2016 ClickView

    English Little Poets

    Introduction to Words 3

    Reading Poems 4

    Reciting Poetry 4

    Feeling Poetry 4

    Adjectives 5

    Rhyming and Reciting Poetry 5

    Imagining Poetry 5

    Welcome Back to Adjectives 6

    Rhyming Poetry 6

    Unfamiliar Words in Poetry 6

    Acrostic Poems 7

    Writing Poetry 7

    Geography Miniclips

    How Physical Geography Influences Stereotypes 8

    Population Size and Density 9

    Science Miniclips

    Habitats 10

    What’s Alive? 11

    Systems of the Human Body 11

    Catalogue Key

    min Duration in minutes

    AR Additional Resources: Student activities and support notes to assist teachers

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    English Stills from our new series

    Episode 1: Introduction to Words Blue talks about his love for words and explains the use of words to create poems.

    2014 | 2 min

    Little Poets Sam, Mr. Pirate and Blue take children on an adventure exploring words, literacy and poetry.

    Key Stage 1

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    Episode 4: Feeling Poetry Sam is shivering from reading a poem (Little Miss Muffet) whilst Mr. Pirate finds it funny how the poem makes Sam feel.

    Episode 2: Reading Poems Blue explains how to read a poem (Incy Wincy Spider) but it all goes wrong. With the help of Sam and Mr. Pirate they get it right eventually.

    2014 | 2 min Key Stage 1

    Episode 3: Reciting Poetry Mr. Pirate is reciting a poem (The Owl and the Pussycat) but no one can hear him. With a little help from friends everyone gets to enjoy it.

    2014 | 3 min

    2014 | 3 min

    Key Stage 1

    Key Stage 1

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    Episode 7: Imagining Poetry Sam encourages children to use their imagination when reading and listening to poetry.

    Episode 5: Adjectives By reciting The Caterpillar poem, Blue explains to children the importance of describing words or adjectives.

    2014 | 2 min

    Episode 6: Rhyming and Reciting Poetry Blue takes children on an adventure to Poetry Land to explore rhyming words.

    2014 | 3 min

    2014 | 3 min

    Key Stage 1

    Key Stage 1

    Key Stage 1

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    Episode 10: Unfamiliar Words in Poetry Mr Pirate tells the story of the Jabberwocky and explains that even though we might now know the word we may still understand what it means. By using other words as clues in the sentence, an unknown word can be figured out.

    Episode 8: Welcome Back to Adjectives Mr. Pirate helps children understand what adjectives are and how they help describe things.

    2014 | 3 min

    Episode 9: Rhyming Poetry Blue and Sam practice making poetry from words that rhyme. Sam makes a silly poem by replacing the words Blue says with others that sound like them.

    2014 | 2 min

    2014 | 3 min

    Key Stage 1

    Key Stage 1

    Key Stage 1

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    Episode 11: Acrostic Poems After learning so many things about poetry, Blue decides it’s time to visit Poetry Land again and write a poem. He decides to try an acrostic poem. Acrostic poetry is when you take the letters of a word and turn them into a story about the word.

    2014 | 5 min Key Stage 1

    Episode 12: Writing Poetry Remembering all of the lessons they’ve learned, Sam, Blue and Mr. Pirate write a poem together. They travel to Poetry Land and work together to create a poem about a super hero.

    2014 | 4 min Key Stage 1

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    Geography Stills from our new titles

    Miniclips ClickView Miniclips delves into physical and human geography across the globe in these new and exciting productions. With engaging visuals and easy to understand language, these videos will be invaluable for your primary classroom!

    How Physical Geography Influences Stereotypes Discover how the physical geography of places around the world influence the stereotypes generated about the people who live there. This clip uses stunning, high quality footage to demonstrate the diversity of physical geographies. The example of Mexico is used to highlight how stereotypes stem from responses to natural features in the environment.

    2015 | 4 min | CC | ARKey Stage 2

    • Teacher Pack

    • Know Thy Neighbour Worksheet

    Additional Resources

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    Population Size and Density The concept of population is a significant aspect of geography. This clip defines and explains what population density is, and shows students how to calculate it by using simple mathematics. Using China as a case study, students will learn how the physical geography of countries influences where people live and how access to resources dictates the population density of regions.

    2015 | 4 min | CC | ARKey Stage 2 - Key Stage 3

    • Teacher Pack

    • Comprehension Worksheet

    Additional Resources

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    Science Stills from our new titles

    Habitats Lower primary students will be introduced to the concept of habitats and their importance in this clip. Using captivating footage of animals from around the globe, students will be enthralled by the diversity of wildlife and fascinated by how their environments assist their reproduction, protection and survival. This clip is accompanied by a comprehensive teacher pack including exciting classroom activities.

    2015 | 6 min | CC | AR

    • Teacher Pack

    Additional Resources

    Key Stage 1

    Miniclips ClickView Miniclips investigate habitats and their crucial role in the survival of all living things across a range of biomes, and how we classify living and non-living things in the environment. Engaging graphics and comprehensible information assist with students’ understanding of these essential scientific concepts.

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    What’s Alive? What kinds of characteristics group living things together and distinguish them from non-living things? In this vibrant Miniclip, students will examine how living things consume energy, grow, respond and reproduce through the example of sunflowers. Covering a wide range of living and non- living examples, this video breaks down misconceptions of what makes something alive and encourages student to test the characteristics of living things for themselves.

    2016 | 3 min | CC | AR Additional Resources

    Key Stage 1

    • Teacher Pack

    • Classification of Animals

    Systems of the Human Body The human body is a complex machine full of organs and pieces connected to allow us to breathe, grow, feed ourselves, interact with each other and reproduce. But what are the systems that allow the human body to work?

    Discover how everything works: what our vital functions and organs are, which systems are responsible for each function, how certain systems are interconnected, and why we’re made the way we are.

    2016 | 4 min | CC | AR Additional Resources

    Lower Key Stage 2 - Upper Key Stage 2

    • Glossary

    • Webcomic

    • Signs of Life Activity

    • Key Concepts Interactive Notebook

    • Poster