You Tube...love it! It has recently been allowed in the school system where I work and I have found it to be an amazing tool- though not without its pitfalls. I have used it to show portions of short stories we have read, a realistic portrayal of a cobra and mongoose fight (in association with Rikki Tikki Tavi), and to show parts of plots from movies to see if students could determine where on the plot diagram these excerpts belong. I also use it as a tool for teaching figurative language...play a song complete with lyrics and see if they can pick out the fig. language. One of the pit falls though is that you really do have to vet the videos well before showing them because anyone can post and sometimes it takes a while to find good ones to use. But...this is my web innovation so I won't give all the goodies about YouTube away! Here is a video about copyright and fair use...very funny and uses Disney characters but informative.