Sunday, October 18, 2009

The French Revolution in 10 Parts
Each of these movies are under nine minutes and weave movie scenes with scholars (who speak only short parts at a time so the kids will be able to stay with it. Part one is above.

1 comment:

Marc V said...

This video is also on iTunes and can be purchased from History Channel. The iTunes is preferred, as it costs only 3.99. You can put it onto a video ipod and then transfer it through your television via A/V cable that can be purchased at any store. Just in case YouTube removes it for copyright violation. It is called the French Revolution, absolutely fantastic video. It is a little long, but well worth the time spent in class.