Exodus Chapter 2 - New International Version of the Bible
This video contains a high quality narration of The Book of Exodus, Chapter 2, from the New International Version of the Bible. Scriptures read by professional voice actors, along with good music and sound effects. No moving images.
Window to the Sea
Window To The Sea features stories from four of America's leading aquariums. It shows how sea animals live in the ocean through the aquariums.
What is isostacy and how do heavy objects effect the surface of the earth? Find out in this short, computer-animated video. The following key concepts will be briefly covered: isostacy, balls exhibit isostacy, Earth exhibits isostacy, and causes of isostacy.
Igneous Rock Group 1
This is a teacher-made video of an igneous rock project prresented by 2 CCHS 6th grade students at Holy Cross Elementary School. The video might be used as an example to other students who are assigned a project about the rock cycle or types of rocks. (1:01)
Geology: Igneous Rocks
This 1:49 video explains what igneous rocks are and how to identify them. A good explanation and the more complicated terms are written out.
Forming Possessive Nouns
In this lecture, an instructor talks about how to use apostrophes to make nouns possessive. The teacher does provide some useful information, but the typed sentences she shows on the screen are not readable.
Instructor talks briefly about the theories of Bohr and introduces orbitals. Instructor uses his computer screen and different colors to educate students. Instructor says this video series introduces information covered in a first-year high school course in chemistry.
Forces in Nature: Landslides
A three minute video explaining landslides and shows specific examples of landslides in the bay area.
Solar Energy - The Future is Now The future of energy is Solar and Wind. Video is pictures of solar energy farms around the world. Video is set to music and pictures are shown, it is not mentioned where the farms are located. But, it is interesting to see how many solar cells are on a farm. Good video for elementary grade students. Run time 01:39.
The future of energy is Solar and Wind. Video is pictures of solar energy farms around the world. Video is set to music and pictures are shown, it is not mentioned where the farms are located. But, it is interesting to see how many solar cells are on a farm. Good video for elementary grade students. Run time 01:39.
The Busy World of Richard Scarry-Imagine That - Windmills
In this video, Huckle and Lowly learn about windmills and wind. Windmills use the power of wind to harness the strength it brings. Windmills can do many jobs with their power. Windmills can generate electricity or pump water. Wind makes the windmill go round. This is a great teaching resource to introduce wind and its ability to work. Students will enjoy this short video (1:06).
The Busy World of Richard Scarry-Imagine That - Water Power
In this video, Huckle and Lowly Worm wonder where electricity comes from. Water power produces electricity at the dam. The video gives great visuals for the dam and how water power is produced. Dams are big walls that are built to hold the river back. This is a great teaching resource for the elementary classroom and/or special education students. This would work well in conjunction with a science unit on natural resources and energy (1:06).
This segment of the Ocean Odyssey series describes ocean topography and where oil seepage comes from. Produced specifically for students and is suitable for elementary and older students.
(This is an Emmy award-winning series of instructional programs that introduces students in grades 3-5 to NASA and integrates mathematics, science, and technology through the use of Problem-Based Learning (PBL), scientific inquiry, and the scientific method. The series seeks to motivate students to be
Palau Underwater Video
Great underwater pictures from Palau- February 2007
Google Ocean, Anyone?
Ocean explorer Robert Ballard takes us on a mindbending trip to hidden worlds underwater, where he and other researchers are finding unexpected life, resources, even new mountains. He makes a case for serious exploration and mapping. Google Ocean, anyone? Run time 18:17.
A Night in the Coral Reef
This video segment, adapted from NOVA, explores how a coral reef ecosystem changes over the course of a day. When the sun is up, colorful fish and other plant-eating animals are active and dominate the reef. At night, the plant-eaters take shelter and are replaced by nocturnal carnivores, some of which exhibit special adaptations that enable them to successfully hunt in complete darkness. Closed captioning included. Run time 02:49.
The coldest, windiest place on Earth holds 60 percent of the fresh water on the planet. Recent expeditions to the Weddell Sea produced more than 700 new species, including giant carnivorous sponges. Produced by National Geographic. Run time 04:28.
"Witch-Wife" Poem by Edna St. Vincent Millay (1892-1950)
Edna St. Vincent Millay's love ballad is here portrayed through a fascinating collection of still visual art images, with the words of the poem in text on the screen, without narration. Some of the beguiling, sensual images in this video make it suitable for a mature young adult audience. Medieval instrumentation is charmingly suited to this pieces, which runs twice the length of the poem due to the amount of artwork. Useful in visual art study as well as poetry study. (3:41)
"Woman to Child" Poem by Judith Wright
A photographic interpetation of Judith Wright's poem, "Woman to Child." The video is also set to music while the words of the poem cross the screen, with selected images. (2:09)
"Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Night" Poem by Dylan Thomas
A reading of Dylan Thomas' poem accompanied by several photos of Thomas in different scenes. (1:34)
Boiled Water Turned To Snow
This video shows footage that was shot at Mount Washington Observatory on March 6, 2007. Water was boiled to a temperature of approx. 200F and then thrown into the air which was at -35F. This turned it to snow instantly. The video has shots in real time and shots in infrared to show the water leaving the objects hot then dissipating in the cold air without touching the ground.