Friday, 14 December 2007

The Lorax Speaks for... (7)

Here is Sam's "The Lorax Speaks for..." video.

Please leave him a comment if you enjoyed it :)

video

9 comments:

Jane said...

Sam, Great video! I really enjoyed it. I am a teacher in New York City (can you find it on a map?), and I was looking to examples of student blogs to show some other teachers. They will all see you video this week. Thank you so much. I will check back to see if you and your class to more videos. Best, jane

tasteach said...

G'day Sam. I am just about to start videoing and blogging with the students in my grade 6/7 class in Tasmania, Australia. How long did it take you to put together your video and what software program did you use?

vi1b said...

Hello!
We are a class in Sweden. Our ages are 7 and 8. We have a blog, but we write in Swedish.

mrbarlow said...

Hi Sam,
That was a terrific video - well done. The other videos your class made were great too!
I am a high school science teacher in Melbourne, Australia. I think blogging is great just like your class and your teacher. I think people who like Macs must also like blogging because I like Macs just like Ms Boyd.
Anyway, well done again.
Mr. Barlow

Agnieszka said...

Hello, I am Agnieszka from Krakow, Poland. Do you know where it is? :)I work at the University and
I am much impressed by your videos and your blog! I will show it to all our teachers who are still sceptical about the blogging!

Agnieszka said...

Hello,
My name is Agnieszka, I live and work in Krakow, Poland (guess where is it??) and I am much impressed by your videos and your blog! I will show it around to our teacher who are still sceptical about the blogging in classroms.
Good luck!

Anonymous said...

I am from Illinois in the U.S. I love your accents, and i found your site by looking for lune poems! Our class is working on them right now and i needed some ideas.
-jenny

Anonymous said...

Sam, I absolutely love your video! My 6 year old daughter watched it with me and thought your sun was drawn very beautifully. You are very creative.

Mr. Bridget said...

Hello! This is Mr. Bridget, a 6th grade teacher in Chicago Illinois in the United States. Very nice video! Our class is also blogging. Please check us out at efyoungroom204.blogspot.com