EasyBook Deluxe Writing Workshops from Sunburst
Takes kids on an educational and entertaining journey back to Colonial America to show life as it was lived in the original thirteen colonies. Shot at historic restorations in York, ME; Philipsburg Manor, NY; Philadelphia; and Colonial Williamsburg, program interviews "Colonists" at each site so viewers can explore the similarities and differences in lifestyle in each colony. Helps students relate the colonists' lives to their own.
Stops first at early settlements at Jamestown and Plimoth Plantation, then travels successively to York, Philadelphia and Williamsburg. Interviews with a "Colonial" schoolmaster and a "Colonial" jailer's wife uncover interesting facts about educational practices, schools, government, crime and punishment in Colonial America.
Explores the different types of industry found in the different colonies, and how those industries helped to define the lifestyle of the people in the area. Examines what the people in each colony ate, what they did for fun, and what it was like to be a child in Colonial times.
The teacher's guide provides discussion questions, mini-dramas for students to act out, related literature suggestions, and exercises in map skills.
EasyBook Deluxe Writing Workshops require Easybook Deluxe
Sunburst Licensing & Versions Definitions
Includes one disk or CD-ROM and a teacher's guide. You receive a license to install the program on one computer at a time. Teachers and students may use the program from home or other school-approved off-site locations.
Includes an unlimited site license on a single file server for use on interconnected computers at one school site. A Teacher Guide is included. You may purchase stand-alone CD-ROMs for the network title at $10.00 each. These CD-ROMs carry a School-to-Home License.
Lab Packs and Site Licenses
Includes a specific number of CD-ROMs, the license to run the program on the same number of computers at one school site or home, and a single copy of a printed Teacher Guide.
School Unlimited License
Completely installable programs contain one disk or CD-ROM, one Teacher Guide and the license to install the program on an unlimited number of computers in the school community.