Don't Give Up
00:00 - 01:58
1m 58s

Bruno Mars sings an encouraging song with the Sesame Street puppets about not giving up whenever you don't succeed the first time. The upbeat tone of the song and the lyrics tap into the emotions of the listener.

Comments

Please sign in to write a comment.
  • Dawn Held
    about 6 years ago
    This is a great anticipatory video to use when introducing neuroplasticity to elementary students.
Video Transcript

Related Clips

This song emphasizes the importance of grit. Its joyful tone convinces the audience that, even though you may not succeed the first time, you will eventually succeed if you are persistent.
Mr. Simonet gives his students a year-long assignment: "Think of an idea to change our world - and put it into ACTION!" He creates this assignment to prove to his students that, despite their age and current situation, they can indeed change the world. Mr. Simonet inspires his students by suggesting that anything is possible if you put your mind to it.
Has profanity
Shelby uses Aristotle's appeals to persuade Mr. Ford, to not just continue the racing program, but also make Shelby in charge of the entire race team.
Babe is tasked to herd the sheep. He takes advice from the sheepdogs and acts aggressively and mean towards the sheep to get their compliance. However, Babe is not intimidating like a sheepdog and needs to try a different tactic. He shows his kindness to the sheep and they agree to follow his orders if he asks them nicely.
Ormie the Pig does everything in his power to reach the jar of cookies. His creativity and determination help him reach his goal, but a turn of events results in a comical and unfortunate ending.