Vitamin K: What it Does in the Body
This one minute video explains how the vitamin that stops you from bleeding to death. It does not tell you how much is needed,
Vitamin K helps clog blood, bone growth & repair, and can be stored in fat in the liver. Our body gets half of its vitamin K from the bacteria that grows in intestines and comes from eating leafy green food, such as spinach.
SAT Essay Writing Part 2
Visit free SAT help at http://bulleter.com/w/essay. This part of the clip covers writing the body, paragraph transition, conclusion, vocabulary, and adding length.
In the Land of Jim Crow: Growing Up Segregated
The experiences of living with de jure segregation in the South and de facto segregation in the North are recalled in vivid, first-hand accounts. Historical commentaries are interspersed with remembrances that are sure to stimulate discussions about racial segregation, its impact on society in general, and its influence on African American culture both in years past and today. A Kinocraft production and winner of several film-festival awards.
Five Paragraph Essay
This video demonstrates a step by step guide on writing a five paragraph essay. Overall this video is a good introduction to essay writing and would be good to use as a guide for writing essays. The audio throughout this video is not always the highest quality, making it difficult to understand what is being taught at times. At the end, a few tips and tricks for essay writing are presented.
How to Care for Lilac Trees
A gardener explains how to care for lilac trees by planting them on a hill that has good drainage and full sun and watering them throughout the summer. Prune lilac trees down one third every year to keep the plant even and healthy. Lots of tips and information in this clip about caring for a lilac tree.
Applying Rules of Exponents (Part 2 of 2)
This instructor in this video, Sal Khan, continues with 2 more exponent rules with an introduction to composite problems. Mr. Khan uses computer software (with different colors) to model several examples of how to apply rules of exponents.
Baby Chameleons Depend on Instinct
With typical National Geographic close-up photography, we see baby chameleons emerge from their eggs. Learn why chameleons change skin color. Watch as a baby finds food. Narration is provided by a pleasant, upbeat female voice. Additional light music and nature sounds fill in the background of this short video. Run time 01:21.
Types of Definition
Clues for Crossword Puzzles
For older students, this two minute video provides some insights as to how clues are given for crossword puzzles.
Debra Messing Discusses Nature
Debra Messing discusses (with the help of some friends) the definition of nature. This is suitable for pre-schoolers and primary grades.
Between the Lions: "Chicken Jane & the Aardvark" Here's another heroic adventure sequence from "Between the Lions" -- the story of how Chicken Jane saved Scot and Dot from a hard-charging aardvark pulling a cart containing a huge marshmallow. Video is short, but is helpful to kids who are trying to master the “ar” sound. Some words are printed on the screen. This video is of good quality and would be good for early readers to help with word recognition.
Here's another heroic adventure sequence from "Between the Lions" -- the story of how Chicken Jane saved Scot and Dot from a hard-charging aardvark pulling a cart containing a huge marshmallow. Video is short, but is helpful to kids who are trying to master the “ar” sound. Some words are printed on the screen. This video is of good quality and would be good for early readers to help with word recognition.
How to add RAM to a desktop computer
If your computer is seeming slow and sluggish adding RAM is the quickest and easiest way to speed it up. This video demonstrates how to find the right type of RAM and install it in the slots.
Six steps of Chip Design
Engineers from Intel tell us their recipes for designing the brains of computers.
The History Of Christmas- Christmas Unwrapped Part 4 of 5
Part 4 of 5 People all over the world celebrate the birth of Christ on December 25th. But why is the Nativity marked by gift giving, and was He really born on that day? And just where did the Christmas tree come from?
The History of Santa Claus
This video moves too quickly to read, so hit the pause button until you finish reading. It is a brief history of Santa Claus, his origins and how he got to be what he is today. (Amateur video)
Holiday Traditions Digital Story
This video is a sample digital story created for a second grade class. Examples of family Christmas traditions, such as foods eaten, are given throughout the video.
Learn about Christmas Trees
Christmas trees are a beautiful addition to many of our home this time of year. Did you know that the tree was original decorated with large, red apples as a symbol of Adam and Eve? Learn more about the origins of the Christmas tree with this video. Allen Smith shares more on this symbol of the holiday. Run time 01:39.
History: Christmas Evolves With Time
An explanation of changes in the way Christmas is selected in more recent times. The nature of the holiday in how it was celebrated and how the middle class influenced it. 04:29 run time
Graph of the Sine Function
Using the unit circle definition of the sine function to make a graph of it. In an easy conversational tone, the instructor uses the computer screen as his 'blackboard' and different colors to emphasis his points. For high school students.
Discovery Kids - Doki Descubre - Los Frutos
This one-minute animated Spanish video gives information about fruits.
Interview with Phyllis Reynolds Naylor (Part 5)
In this section, Phyllis Reynolds Naylor, winner of the ASPCA Roger Caras Award, answer the question, "How did you feel when you learned you won the ASPCA® Roger Caras Achievement Award?" She answered that the award is relatively new and she had to look it up to see what it was for. The award is for a person or organization that promotes animal welfare. She says getting the award was a thrill. (0:24)