Teaching with YouTube Posts

“Teaching History With YouTube” (AHA Perspectives article)

My YouTube Channel 

8/19/10 – “[B]y any means necessary.”

2/9/10 – Billy Sunday preaching in support of Prohibition.

2/8/10 – From “The Jazz Singer (1927).

2/18/09 – “Give a man a job!”

2/12/09 – Harry Truman beats up on Republicans…

1/19/09 – “I have been to the mountain top.”

10/28/08 – The Kitchen Debate (newsreel).

10/26/08 – “Have you no sense of decency, sir?”

10/8/08 – “Modern Times” (1936).

9/28/08 – “A Corner in Wheat” (1909).

8/25/08 – Chicago 1968 (again)

6/19/08 – Live and Learn (major Perspectives article update)

6/12/08 – That’s Robert McNamara, right?

6/5/08 – Do you remember when Republican presidential candidates actually ran positive ads?

5/26/08 – Social Security.

5/8/08 – YouTube players.

5/8/08 – What are the best YouTube clips for classroom use? (discussion)

5/7/08 – “[Y]ou’ve got to put your bodies upon the gears…”.

5/7/08 – Chicago 1968.

4/26/08 – The Military Industrial Complex.

4/21/08 – Not quite an early snuff film.

4/16/08 – The teaching part of teaching history with YouTube.

3/25/08 – James Baldwin: Still not moderate.

1/5/08 – Teaching with YouTube (the prequel to the Perspectives article).

3 responses

8 02 2010
From “The Jazz Singer (1926).” « More or Less Bunk

[...] Teaching with YouTube Posts [...]

11 12 2011
-Jay.

Hi Jonathan,

It’s great how you are embracing YouTube as a means to educate your students. None of my professors in management/marketing would have thought of doing what you do; all they do record lecture material. Kudos to you!

Regards,

-Jay.

15 07 2013
Presidential Libraries on YouTube | American Historical Association

[…] and teacher Jonathan Rees knows this, and uses YouTube clips regularly in his lesson plans. He’s even written two articles for Perspectives on History, one in […]

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