All 52 videos + 4 bonus videos (56 total) come with this package, as well as 56 colorful graphics you can print for wall hangings.

They will be delivered by email, all at once. Plus, your purchase is tax-deductible. Charter schools are included in this purchase category.

This package is designed to motivate your students to be better people, with the long-term effect of becoming part of a new generation of independent and responsible citizens.

How? We use true stories from one event in America’s past. From those stories, we learn valuable life lessons that students can use right away. But there’s more: Each video contains questions that make the student think of how the lessons relate to them. 

They can motivate teens and pre-teens to activate qualities they don’t know they have, as well as discover values that inspire their personal growth.

Values like self-reliance (instead of dependence), responsibility (instead of victimhood), or results (instead of excuses), Determined to protect those values…Our children will likely become model citizens in spite of government intrusion and overreach.

NOTE: There is no religious or political slant here; however, our kids can awaken their own sense of civic duty or divinity with these videos.

The Net-Results Are Three-Fold:

(1) Students actually witness proof of what their human nature is capable of – what they can achieve on their own and the success
they can enjoy today. Self-discovery is rewarding and even fun. Imagine this result for your child.

(2) They get a sense that their American history is persuasive, rewarding, and very personal. Or, in teen talk,
“awesome.” All within 5-7 minutes with each video.

(3) Our kids get to watch the actual proof of their ability to be bold, imaginative, courageous, generous, empathetic, decisive,
independent, and self-reliant. These are real values, which your students are likely to embrace in a heartbeat.

They will likely protect them, and, as a result, may not notice that they are becoming responsible citizens.

Our children can feel great about themselves and recognize that – for the very first time in your classroom – their lives have value and meaning.

What do you suppose happens to their self-esteem?

All because you are making it possible with your purchase.

Below are sample lesson titles from these 58 videos and graphics:

  • Keep a sense of humor (Archer)
  • Balance enthusiasm with responsibility (Barksdale)
  • Focus on results, not excuses (Barlow)
  • Failure is a valuable teacher (Brady)
  • Stress provides an opportunity for success (Broadhead)
  • Emphasize quality (Buford)
  • Be competent in what you do (Burns)
  • Sacrifice rewards you (Colvill)
  • People want to help you succeed (Howard)
  • Play by the rules (Howell)
  • Speak up and get respect (Hubschmann)
  • Be an example (Humphreys)
  • Be accessible (Iverson)
  • You can succeed in spite of prejudices (Krzyanowski)
  • Teach and lead at any age (McFarland)
  • Children are leaders too (Pierce)
  • Major odds can inspire reasonable risks (Reynolds)
  • Always examine your options (Rodes)
  • Know your limitations (Rowley)
  • Human labels are destructive (Schurz)
  • Recheck your claims (Smith)
  • Have patience (Spencer)
  • Generosity dignifies you (Thorn)
  • Seize opportunity first (Warren)
  • Exercise discipline (Ames)
  • Use the ASK Formula for success (Hill)

By the way, there are 7 distinct advantages to learning American history by video:

  1. Improved Engagement: Videos are a more engaging form of media than traditional learning materials. By presenting the content in a dynamic and visually appealing way, it can capture their attention and make learning more enjoyable. With the use of true stories of unknown Americans and life lessons, students can be emotionally invested in the content, which can lead to a greater interest in learning about American history. Is that a duh?!
  2. Enhanced Retention: Another advantage of using videos to teach American history is that it can help to enhance retention of the material. By presenting true stories of unknown Americans, students can see how the concepts they are learning about are applied in real life, making it more memorable and easier to recall in the future.
  3. Development of Critical Thinking: By including questions that directly connect the students to the lessons, videos can encourage the development of critical thinking skills. This can help students to analyze and interpret the information presented, making connections between the historical events and their own lives, and ultimately gaining a deeper understanding of the significance of American history. Additionally, the life lessons presented in the videos can help students to develop a sense of empathy and understanding for others, as well as inspire them to make positive changes in their own lives.
  4. Improved Visual Learning: One of the biggest advantages of using videos to teach American history is that it provides a more visual learning experience. Videos can show historical events, people, and places in ways that textbooks and lectures cannot, making it easier for students to understand and remember the information.
  5. Greater Accessibility: Another advantage of using videos to teach American history is that it can make the content more accessible to a wider range of students. Many students, especially those who are visual or auditory learners, may struggle with traditional teaching methods. By incorporating videos, educators can create a more inclusive learning environment that accommodates different learning styles.
  6. Flexibility: Videos are also a flexible medium, allowing students to watch them on their own time and at their own pace. This can be particularly useful for students who need to review the material or who are absent from class.
  7. Improved Retention: Finally, videos can help improve retention of information. By presenting information in a visual and memorable way, students are more likely to remember key details and concepts. Additionally, the questions that directly connect the student to the lessons can help students to retain information and develop critical thinking skills.Check this.