Informatie opzoeken : Online en op papier In deze werkbundel vergelijken we papieren naslagwerken zoals woordenboeken en encyclopedieën met verschillende onlinebronnen. Bij de verschillende onderdelen horen telkens ook opdrachtjes. Leerlingen worden aangespoord om kritisch te …
In deze werkbundel vergelijken we papieren naslagwerken zoals woordenboeken en encyclopedieën met verschillende onlinebronnen. Bij de verschillende onderdelen horen telkens ook opdrachtjes. Leerlingen worden aangespoord om kritisch te …
The Origins of Television
Tjos segment from a 1996 episode of the Discovery Channel's "Origins" program discusses the origins of television, explains how the television works, and looks at the debate surrounding who actually invented the television. The video terminates briefly at 06:06 and resumes at 06:37. Total Run time is 11:29.
Al Seckel, a cognitive neuroscientist, explores the perceptual illusions that fool our brains. Loads of eye tricks help him prove that not only are we easily fooled, we kind of like it. Seckel explores how eye tricks can reveal the way the brain processes visual information.
How To Add Explosive Power To Your Soccer Moves
Soccer Coach Mike Hefron demonstrates how to add explosive power to your beat-the-man moves on the soccer field in just 6 weeks.
Tribute to Mia Hamm: Soccer Player
This is a four minute video showing highlights of Hamm's career. Some of the material is out of focus and there isn't any narration. At best, this is a video that could be used to show some of her skills. Music can be muted.
Basketball Stretching Tips
Basketball Stretching Tips. Part of the series: How to Play Basketball. This video shows how to stretch before working out. Make sure that those engaging in these activities are capable because they can cause injury if done without careful instruction.
Specific Heat Capacity And Latent Heat Practice Questions
The learning objective in this clip is to practice using specific heat capacity and latent heat formulas in the same question. Several examples are explained and solved on the screen. (9:22)
When to Use a Comma with a Prepositional Phrase
Use a comma with a prepositional phrase if the phrase is non-restrictive, or if the prepositional phrase is being used as an introductory phrase. Avoid using a comma with a prepositional phrase if the sentence reads clearly without the comma. The teacher stands at her white board and shows examples as she lectures. (1:26)
How to Use Quotation Marks
VideoJug present you with a simple guide on how to properly use
quotation marks in your English writing. This great film will show you
everything you need to know about quotation marks including when and where to use them and use of double or single quotation marks.
THE ELECTRIC COMPANY: Quotations
This video from The Electric Company uses a cute rap song to introduce quotation marks. It also emphasizes you must you a comma before using quotation marks (Running Time 0:51).
High five etiquette
A very light hearted, two-minue, video making fun of "high five" greetings. Great for an ice breaker and a good way to start note taking. Have the students keep track of each one, write down the description, and have the other students try to identify it from the written description.
Treatment of Dyslexia With Exercises
Treatment of Dyslexia With Exercises. Part of the series: Dyslexia. Dyslexia is not directly treated with exercises, but other problems that may worsen the dyslexic symptoms, such as vision problems and clumsiness, can be remedied with therapy.(1:38)
Living With Dyslexia
Living With Dyslexia. Part of the series: Dyslexia. Living with dyslexia is an obstacle to overcome, but many have lead successful lives, such as Albert Einstein, Mark Twain and Leonardo Da Vinci. Concentrate on talents to live successfully with dyslexia. (2:47)
The Winter's Tale by William Shakespeare, Part 3 of
This BBC animated version of the great classic by Shakespeare brings his words to life. Animation brings these stories to younger students. It uses Shakespeare's words and has the words at the bottom of the screen. Educators can pause the film to discuss the different passages. Suitable for older middle school and high school students. (7:51)
FROM ENGLISH TO FRENCH, Part #1
Each word appears on the screen in both English and French. Each word is said four times by a native French speaker. This video might be good to play as beginning or intermediate French-language students enter a classroom so that they can be exposed to French vocabulary. This starts with a few short phrases before delving into the letter 'A'. (33:47)
Temple Grandin-Short Interview-Reinventing Autism
This is a short interview advertising a documentary about Temple Grandin - Reinventing Autism. This short interview gives interesting facts and information of Temple's life and journey of living with autism. This is a good resource for anyone who works with the autism spectrum population.(5:15)
This video clip teaches about collective nouns. The narrator asks interactive questions of the viewer to find the collective nouns in sentences. (3:44)
How Regular Verbs Are Pronounced in the Past Tense
This video shows how to pronounce regular verbs in the past tense in English. Examples of words are cook, stop, miss, rub, buzz, want, need (2:36).
Verbs of Action and Movement
This lesson deals with action verbs and their uses in English. There is an introduccion showing a castle and some history of the castle. After minute 3:31 the presenter shows the meaning of many action verbs using body language and you can read the words on the screen. There is a definition of "action" and enumeration of action verbs such as stand up, sit down, scratch, etc.
How Levers Work
Video describes the parts of a lever, vocabulary involved in a lever, and how a lever works by shifting the weight from end to end. 1:43