
Mr. Goble provides a finished example of the exact 5Shot Sequence project students have been assigned.


Mr. Goble Challenged me to create an IMovie trailer about myself. Obviously I completed this project "flawlessly."


Victoria Thomas, of Saint Pauls High School, recites "We Wear the Mask" by Paul Laurence Dunbar.
Victoria was one of 26 semifinalists and finalists who competed in the statewide Poetry…


Learn how to use the A to B feature to show a change in any object's size, location or orientation in just a few clicks. Stay tuned for some advanced techniques at the end of the tutorial!


Learn how to use Powtoon's powerful timeline tool to set the timing of the objects on the stage, create entry and exit effects, and more  so that your Powtoon plays exactly as you want!


How and when you can use SchoolTube's Capture as a student. Many students on SchoolTube use Capture because it is a super simple selfie video creation tool and it is free. Capture is great for…




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In this video, we again are asked to factor a trinomial with a leading coefficient that is not 1. We also will transform this trinomial to a polynomial with 4 terms, group them, and factor.


In this video, again I demonstrate how to factor a trinomial that does not have a coefficient of 1. We transform the trinomial into a polynomial with 4 terms (instead of 3) in order to group them…


In this video, I show you how to factor a trinomial that does not have a leading coefficient of 1. This relates to Example 1 from Lesson 75.


In this video, we are given a couple inequalities that are defined by an OR statement. We graph this on a number line for Example 3 from Lesson 94.


In this video, we will take the given combined inequality and graph it on a number line for Example 2 from Lesson 94.


In this video, we are learning how to represent a pair of inequalities on a number line. This is for Example 1 from Lesson 94.


This is instruction on Example 4 found in Lesson 85.


Here we will be attacking this monstrous numeric expression found in Example 2 from Lesson 85.
