In the past I have used videos to teach lessons such as purpose, honesty, metamorphosis, etc. I have even used made-for-TV movies that were applicable to what I was teaching in literature. A few years ago I had an administrator inform me that I was no longer allowed to use movies to teach lessons due to copyright laws. I have to admit that I was angered and frustrated with the law and the administrator; however, now that I have taken this course, I recognize that I have purchased the license to the movie to show for my own personal viewing, and I do not have permission to show it to a classroom audience. I am not sure if it would fall into the fair use policy if I only showed a portion of the movie in order to teach a lesson. For example, I like to use “A Bug’s Life” in order to teach metamorphosis. That segment of the movie is no more than five minutes, so I wonder if that would fall under fair use; however, the point might be that I certainly could teach the subject without the movie, so I guess not. I would think that it would be beneficial to Disney if by showing the movie it would generate interest in its purchase.