Who Killed Martin Luther King, Jr.? Part 8
This is Part 8 of a documentary about the assassination of Martin Luther
King, Jr. by Michel Parbot. Suitable for middle school students and
older. Former FBI agent and Ray himself are interviewed and perpetuate a
conspiracy theory. (Amateur-ish video that still gets across much
information to the viewer.)

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Who Killed Martin Luther King, Jr.? Part 10
This is Part 10 of a documentary about the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. by Michel Parbot. This last segment ends with part of Martin Luther's King's famous "I Have a Dream" speech. The film includes vintage images from that time period. Suitable for middle school students and older.
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An excerpt is read from Maniac Magee.  While the excerpt is being read a person on the video demonstrates removing a knot.
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Interview with Illustrator Jeff Hopkins
MEET ME AT THE CORNER travels to Brooklyn to meet children's illustrator Jeff Hopkins.  A very young girl interviews him in this video.  Good questions, but hard to hear them.  He suggests carrying a sketchbook "everywhere you go."  His website is www.picturescometolife.com  He says he loves to get email from children.  (3:33)
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In this brief video, Jez Alborough's book Hug is read aloud. This wonderfully drawn tail tells the story of a little monkey looking for one simple thing -- a hug. How can it be that a book with only one word-hug-repeated throughout, can be so good? This book shows a baby chimpanzee on the hunt for his mum and a cuddle. Our little friend wanders through
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Solving and Graphing Inequalities
Inequalities are useful for finding a range of solutions. Solving and graphing inequalities is a key to finding and showing that range. This video clip explains how to solve inequalities using a lot of the same methods as those in solving multi-step equations when dealing with additive inverses, although some things are different when solving inequalities using multiplication. We graph inequalities using number lines. (1:32)
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The Busy World of Richard Scarry-Imagine That - the Olympics
In this video Huckle and Lowly Worm learn about the Olympics. The Olympic games happen every 2 years. The whole world cheers. At the summer games they have gymnastics, tracks, and swimming. The Olympics are over when the flame goes out. This is a good teaching resource for elementary students. It work well in conjunction with a lesson on sportsmanship and/or health. (1:05)
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The Games of the XXIX Olympiad, from Beijing, China.  Video shows information about the activities leading up to the games and the games themselves.  Video includes interesting facts about the games and events, such as the starting ceremonies, how many athletes participated, and goals that were accomplished.  Video is set to music.  Video is good quality, however it stops often.  It is appropriate for any age.

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## The Olympic Games are one of the world’s largest media events.  This video shows posters of the Game, where they were held, the year, and how the Olympic Logo has changed over the years.  Video has background music.

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The Olympic Logos
This is a slideshow of the logos of The Summer Olympic Games (1896-2016) and The Winter Olympics (1924-2014).  Video is interesting to see how the logos have progressed over time and to see the various logos depending upon where the Olympic Games were being held.  This movie is set to music and shows pictures. (5:00)
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The Games of the XXVIII Olympiad, from Athens, Greece, the birthplace of Olympism. Appropriately, the motto for these Games was "Welcome home."  Video has information printed on the screens over pictures of the Olympics.  The information given is interesting facts about the games themselves.  (1:34)

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The Games of the XXV Olympiad, from Barcelona, Spain. ERROR: Namibia made its debut at these Games.  Germany competed as a unified group for the first time since 1964.  Apartheid was abolished in So Africa in 1991, allowing them to compete for the first time since 1960.  They did not use their national flag at these Games; they used a special flag designed by the IOC.  The USSR collapsed in December 1991; but, 12 former republics
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The Games of the XX Olympiad, from Munich, West Germany. Video includes picture of mascot, some of the athletes who were influential in the games.  Video includes a tribute to the victims of the Munich Massacre. There is music in the beginning, but when tribute comes on the music stops.  There is no speaking in this video.  (3:26)

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1908 Olympics - London - Part 1
1908 Olympics - London. Video discusses the 1908 Olympics and the events leading up to them.  The 1908 Olympics divided many nations and the King refused to hand out medals as was planned. 9:50
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1908 Olympics - London - Part 2
1908 Olympics - London.
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1908 Olympics - London - Part 3
1908 Olympics - London.
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1908 Olympics - London - Part 4
1908 Olympics - London - Part 4
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Aztecs: Inside the hidden empire 5/5
The effect the arrival of the Spaniards had on the Aztecs life style and the way in which the amount of sacrifices increased at the time is stated. The conquest is decribed as an "indian conquest" as the Spaniards looked for their own profits. They destroyed temples to build their churches. Spanish became the dominant language and many indians were treated with violence. Desease brought by the Spaniards killed hundreds of Aztecs. The origin of the mistizo generation is explained. There are image
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#24 How to Use a Metronome: Why is a Metronome Important?
In this lesson, I explain why we need a metronome, and what are some good exercises to use with metronomes. Metronomes can help keep us steady and on beat. These little things might drive you crazy, but they are SO worth using.
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Lesson #3 How to play the Piano
This lesson works on chords, scales, and triads.  Andrew talks about how chords start on the tonic (first note of the scale) and is the strongest chord of all.  Broken and solid chords are demonstrated. You should practice at least 15 minutes every day.
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