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Teacher Tips and Answers

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Watching Documentaries

A documentary is a program that gives detailed information about one particular subject. Here is a plan to help you view and analyze any documentary you watch.

Before Viewing

  • Think about what you already know about the subject.
  • Write down questions you may have about the subject.

During Viewing

  • Watch and listen for the answers to your questions.
  • Write down interesting facts and any new questions you have.
  • Watch for completeness, correctness, and balance. (See page 374.)

After Viewing

  • Compare notes with someone who also saw the documentary.
  • Write a summary of the program in your learning log.

Documentary Notes
Thursday, November 7
King Tut’s Tomb

King Tut had a huge sarcophagus (“flesh eater”) carved of quartzite.

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