Twinkle Twinkle Little Star
Cute rendition of Twinkle Twinkle Little Star. It allows children to sing along as well and look at the animated pictures (Running Time 0:29).
Dora the Explorer Sings Twinkle Twinkle Little Star
Very cute rendition of Twinkle Twinkle Little Star featuring Dora the Explorer (1:05).
Bonobo - The Female Alpha
The Bonobo mother is shown as the strongest unlike other mammals. The males are huge and look like they would be stronger, but the female takes charge. She is shown with her offspring forging a strong bond, but it is stronger with male offspring. Run time 01:17.
Friends and Friendship
This video is about friends and friendship. The presenter refers to words used in American and in British English like buddy and pal. He refers to some of his own friends and greets them.
This lesson presents useful vocabulary and expressions used when giving and receiving compliments. There is an explanation of what the word compliment means and there are several examples with the words presented.
Algebra: Applying the Rules of Exponents, Part 1 of 2
The instructor, Ed Burger, uses humor to demonstrate how to apply the rules of exponents. The instructor is in the corner of the screen while writing equations. (04:49) Clear and easy to understand.
'Visual' French: In the City, #4 (Dans la Ville)
This video features vocabulary words related to the city. The words are spoken in French, once, while the words appear at the bottom of the screen. Each word is accompanied by appropriate images. Suitable for all beginning learners of French.
Creating Effective Citizens
This program explores how social studies teachers in any grade level can help their students develop the democratic values that will make them effective and responsible citizens. Teachers are shown helping students see their community in a broader sense and inspiring them to think about ways they can make a difference. The classroom lessons emphasize how civic processes work, how to discuss issues from multiple perspectives, and how teachers can inspire their students to take social action.
Emerging Infectious Diseases
New diseases arise and old diseases, such as malaria and influenza, are returning with renewed vigor. This session studies the complex causes and far-reaching impacts of emerging infectious diseases around the globe.
National Geographic-Jellyfish Have No Brains, No Heart, and No Blood
These magical floating marine creatures, which consist of 90% water,
have fascinated people for centuries! Jellyfish are not actually fish,
and are scientifically known as Cnidarians. What is truly remarkable
about these animals is that they are have no structured organ systems, heart, brain, or breathing apparatus! Yet they move like silent mysterious ghosts in oceans all over the world and survive by stinging and killing prey with their lethal tentacles and digesting them
Tips On How to Write Introduction Story
Learn tips on how to write the introduction to a story by discussing the story itself or discussing your career and what led to the story being written. Consider why you are writing a story introduction with tips from a writer and playwright.
This video simply addresses the importance of math in everyday life. It asks "Why is math important?" and answers that math is used in finance, investing, construction, music, art, traffic flow, nature and more. The motivational video could be used as an introduction to any math class on the first day of school. Run time 02:16.
How to Balance Your Checkbook
This professionally-made video explains balancing a checkbook step-by-step. An actor demonstrates the steps. ( 3:05)
Greatest Discoveries: William Harvey: Blood Flow Theory
Part of Discovery's series "Greatest Discoveries in Medicine". William William Harvey discovers how blood is actually circulated. Run time 02:43.
Stem Cells Neurological Treatments
This profession video addresses the search for hidden healers within our own genes and stem cells. More and more doctors are looking to the smallest places in the human body for cures that are hidden within genes and stem cells. The video focuses on a young man who suffered a spinal cord injury that left him paralyzed. An experimental treatment may hold the key to renewed mobility. It involves injecting embryotic stem cells into the spine. Another part of the video focuses on a small boy
Beginning Sounds Part 4
Learn beginning sounds with this animated clip. A picture is shown and then the words is shown. The narrator says the beginning sound of the word and then the entire word. There are 38 words in this clip.
Nouns in the Desert
Animals, plants, and scientists in the desert are presented
in this segment that explores how nouns are used in written
Toxic: Garbage Island
For years we've been reading about a patch of garbage the size of Texas floating in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, ingeniously dubbed the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. Basically, any trash that gets dumped in the water rides the currents to this one spot and joins an ever-increasing flotilla of garbage. For all the breathless accounts of the mess and its impact on the area's sealife, however, no one seemed to have a picture of the buildup.
In order to sate our own curiosit
Charles Ives Holiday Symphony
Coming of age at the dawn of the twentieth century, Charles Ives saw the halcyon days of his youth fading fast. Not willing to let them go, he invented a striking new musical language to enshrine the feelings and ideals of a simpler time. But many, shocked by passages like the “fireworks” in ‘Fourth of July,’ found his new-fangled methods at odds with the memories he was trying to preserve. Did Ives go too far? Or did he succeed in turning his memories into music?
Cat Dissection Shoulder Muscles
Cat dissection of the shoulder muscles. The instructor shows the 3 parts to the trapezius muscle and the levator scapulae.