I decided to use Edpuzzle to present the differences between a non-fiction book and a fiction book. Edpuzzle is a great resource to present informational videos and allow students to answer questions as they watch the video! You can crop the video to remove unnecessary clips, you can record yourself talking throughout the video if you don’t like the way the narrator of the video presents the information or you can add audio notes throughout the video (the video will stop to make the viewer listen to it), and you can add open-ended questions, multiple choice questions, or make comments throughout the video. Also, you can access different channels on Edpuzzle, so there are many choices! Overall, it is a great tool that I will definitely use in my classroom so students can be engaged with the video rather than just watching it.