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					                                     ETV Offerings on South Carolina

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directly to the video. Copy and paste the link into the search engine and you should
locate the video.

The Big Picture: Clyburn of South Carolina (27:37) Grade(s) : K-2

Carolina Stories: Pirates of the Carolinas (1:01:49) Grades not given.

Carolina Stories: Over Here (56:57) (World War I) Grades: General

Expeditions: Sea Turtles: Carolina Residents and Seasonal Tourists (26:47)
Grade(s): 3-5, 6-8, 9-12

Idella Bodie's South Carolina Women: Grace and Rachel Martin (24:23) Grades:
General

Idella Bodie's South Carolina Women: The Story of Emily Geiger (21:34) Grades:
General

Idella Bodie's SC Women: The Story of Mary Chesnut (30:04) Grades: General

Idella Bodie's SC Women: The Story of the Grimke' Sisters (33:25) Grades: General

Time Warp Trio: The Not-So-Jolly Roger (21:31)
On his tenth birthday, Joe's mysterious uncle leaves him an ornate book and a word of
caution: be careful what you wish for. Joe and his friends Fred and Sam soon discover the
power of "The Book" when they travel back to colonial South Carolina to join
Blackbeard's crew!
Grade(s): 3-5

Cooper River Bridge: An Update for the People of South Carolina, 2004 (27:03)
A 2004 update on the construction of the Cooper River Bridge in Charleston, SC. This
video helps students understand what an enormous project this was while providing
information on various jobs needed for the biggest building project in South Carolina's
history. Grade(s : 3-5, 6-8, 9-12, Post-Secondary, General, Adult

South Carolina State House Specials: Legends and Legacy (26:26)
These programs focus on the history of the South Carolina State House, as well as some
interesting aspects of its renovations. These programs bring to life the rich history and
architecture of our state capitol.
Grade(s): 3-5, 6-8, 9-12
South Carolina State House Specials: A Building History of SC State House (29:11)
These programs focus on the history of the South Carolina State House, as well as some
interesting aspects of its renovations. These programs bring to life the rich history and
architecture of our state capitol.
Grade(s) : 3-5, 6-8, 9-12

South Carolina State House Specials: Project Discovery: SC State House (54:58)
These programs focus on the history of the South Carolina State House, as well as some
interesting aspects of its renovations. These programs bring to life the rich history and
architecture of our state capitol.
Grade(s) : 3-5, 6-8, 9-12

Project Discovery Revisited: Old South Carolina Home Places (18:50)
Project Discovery Revisited: Old South Carolina Home Places. These programs are
edited version from the popular live, interactive PROJECT DISCOVERY series. Each
condensed program, which is hosted by students and features the best on-site segments of
the PROJECT DISCOVERY program, focuses on a specific curriculum topic.
Grade(s) : 3-5, 6-8, 9-12

SC Elects Its Leaders: Politics in South Carolina (15:55)
Produced by ETV, this series is designed to help students understand the election process
and the role of political parties in our state. The duties of South Carolina's constitutional
officers are highlighted without emphasizing the holders of these offices.
Grade(s): 3-5, 6-8, 9-12

SC Elects Its Leaders: Voting in South Carolina (16:30)

SC Elects Its Leaders: Electing Our Lawmakers (16:19)

SC Elects Its Leaders: Attorney General/Adjutant General (16:03)

SC Elects Its Leaders: Lt. Governor/Secretary of State (17:06)

There is a series called Conversations with South Carolina Writers. Do a
search using “Conversations with South Carolina Writers” to get other
author videos.
Conversations with South Carolina Writers: Idella Bodie (14:45)
This series consists of interviews with prominent writers who either live and work in
South Carolina or have roots here. These authors, who write for children and/or young
adults, discuss their works with students the age of the author’s intended audience. They
read excerpts from their books, explain how they write, discuss how they get their ideas
and develop their storylines, and review the writing skills needed by an author.
Grade(s): 3-5, 6-8, 9-12
Conversations with South Carolina Writers: Matt Christopher (15:09)
This series consists of interviews with prominent writers who either live and work in
South Carolina or have roots here. These authors, who write for children and/or young
adults, discuss their works with students the age of the author’s intended audience. They
read excerpts from their books, explain how they write, discuss how they get their ideas
and develop their storylines, and review the writing skills needed by an author.
Grade(s): 3-5, 6-8, 9-12

There is a series of Geography videos for Grade(s): 3-5, 6-8, 9-12:
South Carolina Geography: The Coastal Plain (19:52)
This series responds to the specific needs of middle school teachers for instructional
resources in teaching the geography of South Carolina. The high-energy visual lessons
make geography come to life, and provide an in-depth study of the state's regions as the
"Guidelines for Geographic Education" are applied.
Grade(s): 3-5, 6-8, 9-12

South Carolina Geography: South Carolina in the World (17:50)
Grade(s): 3-5, 6-8, 9-12

South Carolina Geography: The Blue Ridge (19:50)
Grade(s) : 3-5, 6-8, 9-12

South Carolina Geography: The Coastal Zone (19:50)
Grade(s) : 3-5, 6-8, 9-12

South Carolina Geography: Railroads, Rivers, Roads, and Highways (19:50)
Grade(s) : 3-5, 6-8, 9-12

South Carolina Geography: The Piedmont (19:49)
Grade(s) : 3-5, 6-8, 9-12

South Carolina Geography: The Sandhills (19:50)
Grade(s) : 3-5, 6-8, 9-12

There is series of videos titled Sandlapper’s Corner. It is geared to 3rd-
5th grade.
Sandlapper's Corner: Art, Music, and Literature in South Carolina (13:15)
This is a series about South Carolina—its people and places, present and past. Produced
by Dr. Sandra G. Thomas, it contains units on geography, agriculture, industry,
government, famous people, literature, and places to see and visit.
Grade(s): 3-5

Sandlapper's Corner: Guess Where I Am Going This Summer (14:22)
This is a series about South Carolina—its people and places, its present and past.
Produced by Dr. Sandra G. Thomas, it contains units on geography, agriculture, industry,
government, famous people, literature, and places to see and visit.
Grade(s) : 3-5

Sandlapper's Corner: South Carolina Hall of Fame (12:56)

Sandlapper's Corner: Places to See-Visit: Special Events (12:15)

Sandlapper's Corner: Places to See-Visit: The Museums (11:24)

Sandlapper's Corner: Sandlapper's Corner (12:48)

Sandlapper's Corner: Literature and Legends, Part 1 (12:57)

Sandlapper's Corner: Explorers and Settlers (13:35)

Sandlapper's Corner: Literature and Legends, Part 2 (13:52)

Sandlapper's Corner: Sandlapper's Corner in Review (13:26)

Sandlapper's Corner: The Governor (09:55)

Sandlapper's Corner: Indians (13:33)

Sandlapper's Corner: Crops (11:43)

Sandlapper's Corner: Industries (13:35)

Sandlapper's Corner: Places to See-Visit: Carowinds and Charleston (13:46)

Sandlapper's Corner: A Visit to the State House (10:23)

Sandlapper's Corner: Places to See-Visit: The Midlands and Upcountry (13:45)

Sandlapper's Corner: South Carolina and the Civil War (13:47)

Sandlapper's Corner: Camping with Granddad (14:52)

Sandlapper's Corner: Where Do You Live? (13:40)

Sandlapper's Corner: A Bird's-Eye View of South Carolina (13:01)

Sandlapper's Corner: South Carolina-American Revolution, Part 1 (11:34)

Sandlapper's Corner: Places to See-Visit: The Carolina Coast
Sandlapper's Corner: Famous South Carolinians, Part 2

Sandlapper's Corner: Life in South Carolina During the 1800's (13:01)

Sandlapper's Corner: South Carolina, the Beautiful (13:22)

Sandlapper's Corner: South Carolina-American Revolution, Part 2

Sandlapper's Corner: Life in South Carolina During the 1700's (12:15)

Sandlapper's Corner: Famous South Carolinians, Part 1 (13:30)

The Big Picture: Locally Grown (26:48)
From livestock to poultry to agriculture, some Palmetto State residents are looking inside
the state's borders to fill their plates. We look at the ongoing effort by various state and
local agencies to advance the "Locally Grown" market in South Carolina. The Big
Picture is weekly news and public affairs program designed to inform, entertain and
enlighten viewers across the state of South Carolina. The Big Picture provides an in-
depth look at the issues and topics of interest to South Carolinians.
Grade(s): K-2

SC History Programs: Battle of Camden (57:07)
Grade(s) : 3-5, 6-8, 9-12

There is a series of videos titled Destination SC Parks. Search using the terms
“Destination SC Parks.” I have not listed them all!!!!!!!

Destination: SC Parks: Rivers Bridge State Historic Site (05:16)

Destination: SC Parks: Lee State Natural Area (05:13)

Destination: SC Parks: Musgrove Mill State Historic Site (07:19)

Destination: SC Parks: Barnwell State Park (03:43)

Destination: SC Parks: Lake Greenwood State Recreation Area (05:32)

Destination: SC Parks: Sesquicentennial State Park (06:14)

Destination: SC Parks: Woods Bay State Natural Area (06:31)

Destination: SC Parks: Goodale State Park (03:34)

Destination: SC Parks: Hamilton Branch State Recreation Area (03:22)
Destination: SC Parks: Calhoun Falls State Recreation Area (05:15)

Destination: SC Parks: Poinsett State Park (07:46)

Destination: SC Parks: Santee State Park (05:15)

Destination: SC Parks: Little Pee Dee State Park (02:54)

Destination: SC Parks: Baker Creek State Park (04:16)

Destination: SC Parks: Redcliffe Plantation State Historic Site (06:58)

Destination: SC Parks: Hickory Knob State Resort Park (08:09)

Destination: SC Parks: Lake Warren State Park (04:50)

Destination: SC Parks: Aiken State Natural Area (10:15)

Destination: SC Parks: Dreher Island State Recreation Area (03:05)

Destination: SC Parks: Colonial Dorchester State Historic Site (09:37)

Destination: SC Parks: Edisto Beach State Park (14:23)

Destination: SC Parks: Hunting Island State Park (17:11)

Destination: SC Parks: Charlestowne Landing State Historic Site (17:14)

Destination: SC Parks: Huntington Beach State Park (20:33)

Destination: SC Parks: Myrtle Beach State Park (26:47)

Destination: SC Parks: Hampton Plantation (12:16)

Destination: SC Parks: Colleton State Park (09:21)

Destination: SC Parks: Givhans Ferry State Park (06:13)

Destination: SC Parks: Table Rock State Park

Destination: SC Parks: Croft State Natural Area (10:28)

Destination: SC Parks: Keowee-Toxaway State Natural Area (10:01)

Destination: SC Parks: Landsford Canal
Destination: SC Parks: Paris Mountain State Park (11:22)

Destination: SC Parks: Devils Fork State Park (12:24)

Destination: SC Parks: Rivers Bridge State Historic Site

Destination: SC Parks: Lee State Natural Area (05:13)

Destination: SC Parks: Musgrove Mill State Historic Site (07:19)

Destination: SC Parks: Barnwell State Park (03:43)

Destination: SC Parks: Lake Greenwood State Recreation Area (05:32)

Destination: SC Parks: Sesquicentennial State Park (06:14)

Destination: SC Parks: Woods Bay State Natural Area (06:31)

Destination: SC Parks: Goodale State Park (03:34)

Destination: SC Parks: Hamilton Branch State Recreation Area (03:22)

Project Discovery Revisited: The Riverbanks Zoo (18:50)

Cooper River Bridge: A Bridge to the Future (56:20)

Chasing the Swamp Fox (57:53)
Produced by ETV, this program highlights Francis Marion's partisan campaigns during
the American Revolution in SC. Featuring artwork by illustrator James H. Palmer and
interviews with some of the state's most prominent historians and writers, the program
creates a historical visualization of the "Swamp Fox." Divided into three parts - south
carolina Under Seige, Partisan Warfare and Heroes of the Revolution.
Grade(s) : 3-5, 6-8, 9-12

The Detective Bonz series is for 3rd through 5th graders.
Detective Bonz and the SC History Mystery: Part 1 (19:28)
Who would steal all of the 3rd grad history books at Sandlapper Elementary? And WHY?
That's what Detective Sherlock Bonz, the famous canine crime fighter is hired to find out.
Principal Holman alerts him there's no time to waste. The 3rd graders need to study for a
state-wide SC history test, of which the high scorers will be invited to compete in a
televised SC history game show. Hoping to find the thief and recover all the books,
Detective Bonz begins snooping and sniffing for clues all around the school. The
principal of Sandlapper Elementary allows several 3rd grade students to assist him.
Together their goals are to catch the thief and to research SC history facts using Detective
Bonz's new-fangled "Paw Pilot" computer in order to help 3rd graders study for the
upcoming test. As the students are learning to operate the computerized "Paw Pilot," they
accidentally push the mysterious green button labeled LEVART EMIT...and ZIP! Off
they go, transported back through time thousands of years to Ancient south carolina. the
students meet two Native Americans who teach them about various tribes, their
traditions, games, housing, the origin of body paint, and river names derived from
specific tribes and their meanings.
Grade(s) : 3-5

Detective Bonz and the SC History Mystery: Part 2 (20:14)
Detective Bonz and his student helpers keep investigating all over the school. New clues
are found. A gum wrapper? Wheel tracks on the playground? The price tag from a
shovel? Puzzling! Detective Bonz's student helpers promise their teacher they will be
"accessing information" from the small computer to help all 3rd graders study for the big
state-wide test...and they do. Except the way they're "accessing information " is to
actually TIME TRAVEL to visit by-gone days and learn about south carolina
history...first hand! This time, they push the green button again and ZIP! Off they go,
traveling back through time to the first Spanish explorers at Winyah Bay. Later, they
meet explorer Ribault from France, English settlers and Lords Proprietors. As the
computer transports them to early Charlestown, they learn about the prosperity and
importance of the state's largest port city and actually meet some of the treacherous
pirates that sailed on SC's coast.
Grade(s): 3-5

Detective Bonz and the SC History Mystery: Part 3 (15:56)
Detective Bonz is busy tracking down clues and possible suspects. He feels that
ANYONE could be the thief. No one goes without his careful study. After all, this is how
a detective solves a crime! Meanwhile, Detective Bonz's student helpers have WHIZZED
off again with the Paw Pilot during recess. They want to research more South Carolina
history. Imagine their surprise when they land at Charlestown Harbor in 1776. They get
to see Colonel William Moultrie and other citizens preparing to fight the British and win
their independence from England. Later, the kids visit the swamps near Georgetown, and
are offered possum stew by Swampfox (Francis Marion), Andrew Pickens and Thomas
Sumter. They hear the secret tricks Swampfox used to fool the British soldiers and help
win the Revolutionary War. The Paw Pilot goes CRAZY and transports the kids to many
locations rapidly. To Columbia to learn why the state chose a new capital when SC joined
the Union and all about our state song and geography. Wow, what a day!
Grade(s) : 3-5

Detective Bonz and the SC History Mystery: Part 4 (22:39)
At recess, Kevin delivers the sad news that he can't "time travel" with the kids because he
hasn't finished his math homework. The others set the Paw Pilot and OFF they go,
landing in 1844 at the huge plantation of Eliza Lucas Pinckney. While there, they hear
her talking with friends about the problem of slaves escaping fromt he plantations. They
are very concerned because these enslaved Africans provide all the work to keep the huge
crops of rice, cotton, and indigo growing. These crops are sold and provide lots of money
for the plantation owners. The kids overhear several slaves planning their escape...they
are going to follow something called the "drinking gourd" and look for the "underground
railroad." Will they make their escape to the "safe houses" provided by Quakers and other
people who don't believe in slavery? Later, the kids talk to a Union soldier about the Civil
War. He shows the kids old-timey photographs of Lincoln, Grant, Sherman, and Lee.
They learn a lot about South Carolina and this strange time in our country's history.
When they come back, Bonz has collected more clues...and shockingly, their favorite
science teacher, Mr. Gaston, is a SUSPECT!
Grade(s) : 3-5

Detective Bonz and the SC History Mystery: Part 5 (21:52)
Clues, clues, clues! Detective Bonz has found wheelbarrow tracks, a box of food wrap,
sunscreen...all of it on the playground. What could it mean? Meanwhile, Jeremy, Briana,
Kevin, and Jing have decided to trust their cool science teacher Mr. Gaston with their
secret - TIME TRAVELING! He is fascinated to hear about it, but says they shoudn't
time travel from school anymore. While they're in the Science Lab, he comes up with a
wacky song to teach them about the regions of SC. After that something very strange
happens. Can you imagine what? Suddenly, they find themselves at the State Farmers'
Market talking with peach farmers. Later, they visit with Gullah people who tell them
about some of the cool traditions on the Sea Islands of SC. In the same day, they arrive at
Table Rock State Park in the Blue Ridge Mountains. A fun but tiring day to be sure. That
afternoon, the students find out that South Carolina ETV is broadcasting a SC Game
Show featuring the kids who score the highest on the state social studies test. Ms.
Holman, their principal, is going to arrange for them to go since they have been so
helpful in researching SC history for the school. What a day!
Grade(s) : 3-5

Eye Wonder: Chef School (10:00)
Eye Wonder: Chef School explores the Culinary Institute, part of the Hotel and
Restaurant Tourism Program at the University of South Carolina. Viewers will learn
what skills and classes are needed to become a chef. Chef John explains what he feels is
the most important aspect of becoming a chef. Students can suggest topics for future
programs by e-mailing eyewonder@scetv.org. The programs new Web site contains
teacher guides with standards in addition to creative student activities: www.eye-
wonder.org.
Grade(s) : 3-5, 6-8, 9-12

There is a series titled Conversations with South Carolina Writers. Search
using the words: “Conversations with South Carolina Writers. “ Grade(s): 3-
5, 6-8, 9-12
Conversations with South Carolina Writers: Betsy Byars (14:02)
This series consists of interviews with prominent writers who either live and work in
South Carolina or have roots here. These authors, who write for children and/or young
adults, discuss their works with students the age of the author’s intended audience. They
read excerpts from their books, explain how they write, discuss how they get their ideas
and develop their storylines, and review the writing skills needed by an author.
Grade(s): 3-5, 6-8, 9-12

Inside Writing: Jerry Pinkney (14:48)

Inside Writing: Sarah Dessen (16:58)

Inside Writing: Neal Shusterman (19:07)

Inside Writing: Mark Teague (11:53)

Nature Notes with Rudy Mancke (14:53)
These educational capsules are effective lesson triggers, featuring SCETV's Naturescene
naturalist, Rudy Mancke. Nature Notes look at locations around south carolina and some
parts of the US by getting an intimate look at creatures and plant life. Rudy provides
interesting information in his usual science-is-all-around-us style.
Grade(s) : 3-5, 6-8, 9-12

Palmetto Places is geared for Grade(s): 3-5, 6-8, 9-12

Palmetto Places: Conway (27:53)
Produced by South Carolina ETV, this special series visits sites around the Palmetto
State. Students not only visit these places, but also learn about their historic and special
relevance to South Carolina today. This video features Conway.

Palmetto Places: Allendale (26:54)

Palmetto Places: Darlington (26:58)

Palmetto Places: McClellanville (26:04)

Palmetto Places: Walterboro (26:43)

Palmetto Places: Laurens (27:10)

Palmetto Places: Pickens (27:12)

Palmetto Places: Newberry (26:00)

Palmetto Places: Fort Mill (28:05)

Palmetto Places: James Island (26:07)

Palmetto Places: McCormick (27:22)

Palmetto Places: Edisto Island (26:48)
Palmetto Places: Lancaster (27:21)

Palmetto Places: The Ridge (27:53)

Palmetto Places: Edgefield (26:39)

Palmetto Places: Orangeburg (27:59)

Palmetto Places: Cheraw (27:14)

Palmetto Places: Chester (27:36)

Palmetto Places: Boykin (27:36)

Palmetto Places: Lower Richland (27:58)

Palmetto Places: Marion (26:58)

Palmetto Places: Beaufort (28:37)

Palmetto Places: Cherokee Foothills (26:31)

Palmetto Places: York (28:06)

Palmetto Places: Greenwood (25:49)

Palmetto Places: Monck's Corner (25:57)

Palmetto Places: Pendleton (27:33)

Palmetto Places: Summerville (27:37)

Palmetto Places: Oconee County (27:21)

Palmetto Places: Denmark (27:35)

Palmetto Places: Abbeville (26:15)

Palmetto Places: Hartsville (27:22)

Palmetto Places: Lexington (27:22)

Palmetto Places: Winnsboro (27:17)

Palmetto Places: Georgetown (27:12)
Palmetto Places: St. Helena (27:47)

There is a series of Conversations on Character for Grade(s): K-2, 3-5
Conversations on Character: Coach Willie Jeffries (Elementary) (14:46)
This series features distinguished South Carolinians discussing character traits and
virtues with groups of students. The virtues and traits used in this series were those
identified by the South Carolina Citizen Task Force for Character Education.
Grade(s): K-2, 3-5

Middle School:
Palmetto Special: SCETV has a series of specials geared toward 6-8th grade. Use the
search engine and enter “Palmetto Special.” Titles begin on page 4 after Palmetto Places

The Palmetto Special: South Carolina in the Space Age (18:51)
Using site visitations, dramatizations, interviews, visuals, and historic photographs and
illustrations, this series explores South Carolina history. Produced by Daniel H. Pipes,
the series not only teaches students the history of South Carolina, but helps them
appreciate their state.
Grade(s): 6-8

The Palmetto Special: South Carolina Economy (19:21)
Using site visitations, dramatizations, interviews, visuals, and historic photographs and
illustrations, this series explores South Carolina history. Produced by Daniel H. Pipes,
the series not only teaches students the history of South Carolina, but helps them
appreciate their state.
Grade(s): 6-8

The Palmetto Special: Carolina Style (18:01)
Using site visitations, dramatizations, interviews, visuals, and historic photographs and
illustrations, this series explores South Carolina history. Produced by Daniel H. Pipes,
the series not only teaches students the history of South Carolina, but helps them
appreciate their state.
Grade(s): 6-8

The Palmetto Special: Burning of Columbia (19:30)
Grade(s) : 6-8
The Palmetto Special: Gullah Culture (19:21)
Grade(s) : 6-8
The Palmetto Special: Field to Factory (17:51)
Grade(s) : 6-8

Circle of Inheritance (55:47)
Produced by ETV, this resource focuses on the history of pre-colonial and colonial South
Carolina. For more resources visit The Powder Magazine.
Grade(s) : 6-8
Summoning the Dream: Pillars Against Prejudice (41:41)
Each lesson in this series features a prominent African-American judge who has South
Carolina roots. The featured judges are outlined in the teacher’s guide. The series was
produced by the South Carolina Bar Association in cooperation with the South
Carolina Department of Education.
Grade(s) : 6-8, 9-12

When Rice Was King (57:15)
Produced by ETV, this special tells the fascinating story of the rise and fall of rice-
growing in South Carolina and its impact on the state. It provides insight into an
important chapter in the state's history. The cultivation of rice began in the late 1600s,
and by the time of the American Revolution, it had created a large concentration of
wealth from Georgetown to the Savannah River. The program illustrates how the
knowledge of slaves from Africa's windward coast was a major factor in this success.
Grade(s): 6-8

				
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