Movies as a Teaching Method By Erin Yokley

Movies are culturally relatable to young students.
Although textbooks and classic books are a common teaching method, they do not relate to our current generation often.
The current generation learns better through media that is relatable to them..

Teachers should try more current methods such as showing movies relating to a topic, as a way to help students understand.

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Created with images by andydr - "Students in a Classroom Viewing a Presentation" • ToastyKen - "Watching a blank screen" • Gellinger - "book old old book" • Barrett Web Coordinator - "2nd Graders using Build A Bird app on the iPad" • VFS Digital Design - "The Agile PM Game (Aug '11)"

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