Jaco Pastorius Documentary Part 3 of 4
27:52 Jaco Pastorius Documentary fusing BBC radio audio & Google images. He gets to play with Weather Report albaum "Heavy Weather" This is when he "ran out of licks" and then became the best player Wayne Shorter ever heard. Superb Music!
Sister Meal Festival Customary Silver Craft and Embroidery
1:06 Sister Meal Festival Customary Silver Craft and Embroidery slideshow.
This seven minute video uses animation to teach students the parts of the digestive system and what they do. The video moves rapidly and so a handout would be an asset to help students follow the video.
The Demands of Justice
Nobel Laureate Amartya Sen delivers Kroc Institute's 2012 Hesburgh Lecture in Ethics and Public Policy. http://kroc.nd.edu/ Winner of the 1998 Nobel Prize in Economics, Amartya Sen is best known for his commitment to addressing the challenges faced by the world's poorest people. After a childhood encounter with famine victims in Bengal, India (now part of Bangladesh), he has spent a lifetime fighting poverty through research, analysis, and advocacy of human development informed by an ethical d
Learn To Tell Time--What is "Half Past" the Hour?
In this animated video, students will learn about "half past" the hour. Students will easily understand the clear and colorful visuals. They show what each time looks like at half past the hour. This is a great resource for the elementary classroom. (3:27)
Hawaii Becomes 50th State
In a History Rewind video, in 1959, Hawaii's half century-old request for statehood is granted as it is welcomed as the fiftieth state of America by President Dwight D. Eisenhower. Hawaii is now the nation's southern-most state. (1:33)
National Geographic - Josie Underwood's Civil War Diary
A young Southern belle chronicles the times when Union and Confederate troops invaded her home in Bowling Green, Kentucky. (02:50)
Analyzing an Ecosystem (Interactive)
What are ecological systems, and what types of organisms live in these environments? This interactive activity adapted from the University of Alberta identifies the living and nonliving components of an animated ecosystem. Users are also invited to look at examples of mimicry, and identify which living things are producers and which are consumers. To help users complete the activity, key terms, including biotic and abiotic components, are defined.
First Images of Battle of Midway
The victory at Midway was the turning point of World War II. The Battle of Midway was a major naval battle, widely regarded as the most important one of the Pacific Campaign of World War II. In this video clip, view images from this crucial battle. (1:23)
The Dizzy Gillespie United Nation Orchestra
1:28 Excellent stage show listening to all the music played. Hear that big band sound.
Needs vs Wants
A video to help you understand the difference between your NEEDS and WANTS. (01:53)
Becoming Barack Obama
In this video clip, take a closer look at the events of Barack Obama's childhood and youth that influenced and shaped him into the person he is today. (5:49)
Inside a DVD Player
This is an amateur video showing the inside of a DVD player. No narration or explanation is provided. (01:48)
Inside a DVD Player - the laser mechanism
Filmed from three different perspectives, each in both visible and infrared light. No narration. (01:19)
History of Game Boy
This is a student-made movie project. Students were asked to research a technology and display their findings in a creative manner. The video provides a time line and examples of the changing game boy beginning with the original in 1989. No narration. Images and information is set to music. (03:06)
Meet the Nintendo Game Boy Family!
This is a video introduction to the Nintendo Game Boy. The first hand held Game Boy system was released in 1989. (08:23)
The Lundberg Farms: Farming and Math
From planting the seeds to harvesting, and everything in between, Bryce Lundberg takes students through the process of growing rice. To ensure he grows a successful crop, Bryce depends on his algebra skills to get the job done. Running time 3:50 minutes
The Genius of Mozart - The First Romantic (1/7)
A portion of Mozart's biography. (09:05)
I Like Elephants - where they live
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TED Ed--The Real Origin of the Franchise
One of the most successful business models is the franchise, but it didn't originate with McDonald's. Sir Harold Evans describes the remarkable story of a beauty salon that allowed hundreds of women to own their own businesses. This is a great resource to help build background knowledge and to help make real world connections in the classroom. (5:49)