Just posting here since I can't create my own post for some reason, even though I'm logged in to Nabble. Anyway, I created a YouTube playlist for sign language. My certified areas are English and Spanish, but I've recently been adding ASL to my endeavors. I like how it's a visual way of communicating and how the whole body, including facial expressions, add another layer of understanding.
I tried to create a playlist for grammar concepts but gave up on the idea when YouTube kept blocking me from posting content geared for kids. I guess it's some kind of protective measure, but it's kind of annoying when you want to save videos for educational purposes.
When I taught Romeo and Juliet in my 9th grade English classroom, I put together a Prezi to provide background information about Elizabethan England and what the theater was like in Shakespeare's day. I found some additional YouTube videos about costumes, hygiene, the Plague, James Burbage, etc. that would also be interesting for students to watch. It's in my Romeo+Juliet playlist, which I've made public under my firstname.lastname@example.org username. I also shared my ASL playlist with a friend whose son inspired me to learn more sign language.