TVO in the Classroom search interface

Document created by teachontario.team on Apr 9, 2019Last modified by urs.bill on Apr 11, 2019
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Minds On

 

TVO makes it easy for you to enhance in-class learning with in-depth Current Affairs, thought-provoking Documentaries, and award-winning TVOkids content. Discover new and interactive ways you can inspire curiosity, exploration, growth and learning in your students. Find what you like and bring TVO into your lessons today!

 

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Action

 

  • Search Goal: Looking for content that highlights making friends
    • Division: Early Learners/Kindergarten
    • Subject area: Belonging and Contributing
    • Keywords: Friends

 

  • Search Goal: Looking for content that features family relationships
    • Division: 1-3
    • Subject area: Social Studies
    • Keywords: Families

 

  • Search Goal: Looking for content that highlights Indigenous Peoples of Canada
    • Division: 4-6
    • Subject area: Social Studies
    • Keywords: Indigenous Studies

 

  • Search Goal: In a media studies class, looking for to explore resources about how music affects us in preparation for planning an activity

    • Division: 9-12

    • Subject area: English

    • Keywords: music

 

  • Search Goal: Looking for a video to use as a Minds – On about the history of Parliament in Canada for a Grade 10 Civics class
    • Division: Secondary 9 - 12
    • Subject Area: Canadian and World Studies
    • Keywords: parliament

 

  • Search Goal: Looking for some content to explore the effects of climate change.

    • Division: 9-12

    • Subject area: Science

    • Keywords: extinction

 

  • EXPLORE: Search for resources that you can use in your classroom tomorrow.

 

 

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