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Wednesday, August 28, 2013

FILM: JAMESTOWN

Today in class we viewed part of the film Jamestown. This documentary presented a review of what we have already discussed regarding the formation of Jamestown and offered additional information based on the archeological digs that have taken place at the original site. What did you think of this style of documentary? Use your film notes and share what you learned about Jamestown that you did not previously know?

You can watch this documentary and many others using Bellevue's permission at the following link.  Create a student account and watch it again or maybe a different one on Plymouth, conquistadors or the Middle Passage. Click below to set up an account.


Double check that your notebook is in order and that all assignments are completed with quality.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

FROM MIA FELICI AND CATHERINE BELCHER: VERY INTRESTING......

samantha u said...

I used to live in Viginia and i visited Jamestown every summer. It's really cool and instresting. I miss Virginia but i move alot so i'm used to it.

Anonymous said...

paige..........
i found the video very intersting and my grandparents live in virgina.
p.s. its not nice to zone people out!:(

Michaela Porter said...

maybe in the future that they will figure out who that captin is going to be in history books.

Diana Bonilla :) said...

Who was the captain!!!!!

Vaeda said...

I found the video very interesting, I new that the colony was never found but i didn't know that they had tried 3 different times until they succeed. Who was the person that Named It North America and South America?

Jo. Cal. said...

I thought that the style of documentary was very interesting, considering the fact it was aimed at eighth graders. I did learn a cool fact that i didn't know: Many people were executed because others thought that they were Spanish spies.

Mauricio Garcia said...

i didnt think id visit this site at home

Anonymous said...

I thought I was a good video for facts about Jamestown beside the not being able to see at the dark points in the video

Cam Ostergaard