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Mural Painting | Artistic Roots
Birmingham artist Merrilee Challis travels to Dauphin Island Sea Lab to paint a mural.
Clip | 6m 58s
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Theatre | Artistic Roots
Sophie visits the Cloverdale Playhouse in Montgomery, Alabama.
Clip | 7m 55s
Marble Sculpture | Artistic Roots
Sophie meets sculptor Craigger Browne to learn more about sculpting with marble.
Clip | 8m 23s
Birmingham Museum of Art | Artistic Roots
Visit "The Original Makers," Folk Art exhibit at the Birmingham Museum of Art.
Clip | 2m 11s
FBI: Inside The Crime Lab, Part 3
A Forensic Examiner explains his process.
Clip | 11m 26s
FBI: Inside The Crime Lab, Part 1
A report reveals that a gas that makes kids act like boring adults is being released.
Clip | 7m 48s
FBI: Inside The Crime Lab, Part 2
Dorian visits the crime scene to learn about the Evidence Response Team's process.
Clip | 11m 51s
FBI: Inside The Crime Lab, Part 4
Daphne visits a Forensic Chemist at the FBI Crime Lab.
Clip | 16m 33s
The kids are in Old Mobile, a settlement for French colonists in the 1700s.
Clip | 9m 40s
Tribal Archives of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians
The kids head to the Tribal Archives of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians.
Clip | 10m 30s
Archaeological artifacts left by the residents of Alabama’s first state capital.
Clip | 10m 15s
The kids discuss their new-found excitement for Alabama history.
Clip | 1m 35s
Dawn and Quin learn they have to write a report on early Alabama history over the weekend.
Clip | 5m 41s
The kids go on an adventure to learn more about Moundville, Alabama.
Clip | 8m 19s
Visiting the Memorial
Student reporter Luke visits the Vietnam Veterans Memorials in AL and Washington D.C.
Clip | 10m 20s
Remembrance at the Memorial
Victoria learns about what happens to the tokens of remembrance left at the wall.
Clip | 8m 6s
Creating the Memorial
Learn about creating a memorial from one of the sculptors of The Three Soldiers memorial.
Clip | 5m 59s
Up on Your Feet (clip)
Students act out a scene from one of Shakespeare's plays and then discuss techniques.
Clip | 8m 27s
Becoming Familiar with the Text
Get familiar with Shakespeare's text in Folger Shakespeare Library's Great Hall.
Clip | 5m 12s
Putting the Language into Context
Students get an opportunity to watch professionals act out a scene.
Clip | 9m 50s
The National Mall
Join student reporters as they explore the U.S. Capitol, memorials and the National Mall.
Clip | 11m 1s
The History of the Capitol
Join student reporters as they learn more about the history of the Capitol building.
Clip | 11m 38s
Tour of the Rotunda
Tour of the Rotunda at the U.S. Capitol Building.
Clip | 9m 1s