Tuesday, November 13, 2012


The resource for today is called TubeChop.

What is TubeChop?
TubeChop is a video chopping service. You place the URL of the video you would like to cut up to show in the box, find your place, then share with friends. This service is relatively simple, but absolutely great to know if you find a video that you want to show a single part to your classroom.

Is it free?
TubeChop is free for ANY user. There is no sign up fee or an upgrade to another program type fee. Since all you are doing is chopping a video, it's a free provided service for you.

What will TubeChop bring to your classroom?
This product can prove to be beneficial in all different grades throughout the education system. From using it in the Kindergarten classroom to chop a video to show the first three numbers in a number video to using it in 9th grade classrooms to chop a video about the digestive process to a college student chopping a video on a sign language phrase to focus on one sign. This tool brings an easier way to locate the right part in a video for your educational use.

How do I use TubeChop?
Below are the steps of using TubeChop.

Step 1: Find the video you want to chop.

Step 2: Begin to figure out where you want to chop your video and select it.

Step 3: Share with friends!




How can I use TubeChop in my classroom?
Below is a list of ways that this tool can be utilized in the classroom:

-Provide a good visual aid for parents
-Use on songs to show just the chorus
-Use for presentations in the classroom
-Cut videos up to combine with one another
-Provide clips for other teachers in the school
-Use to split up video segments each day of a lesson
-In using educational videos, chop to show a "teaser"
-Cut to shorter videos you want to show to your students
-Provide a teaser video on an introductory lesson for a unit
-Have students use to find the most important part of a segment
-Create a short clip to advertise a product by only showing a segment
-Use to chop down videos to show single signs in sign language videos
-Allow students to use for their research projects once they have created a video
-Pinpoint the exact locations you want to watch to get rid of the unimportant parts
-When watching a video, cut to the middle to have students use inferencing of what is happening

Honestly, the possibilities are ENDLESS.

How would YOU use TubeChop in your classroom? Answer in the comments on this post!

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