This video discusses the properties of addition. The video startes with solving a simple addition problem using a number line, they then change the order of the problem. This shows the commutative property for addition. Then they show commutative using negative numbers. Then other examples are shown. Then they show problems with parenthesis, which tells the student to do this part first. This shows the associative property for addition. More examples are given. Video is good quality and good for
The Eruption of Mount St. Helens
In this 1:45 video the 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens, in Washington state is explained and shown. It is an overview without information on the science involved.
Students report digitally about the state of Alaska. They present many facts and pictures of the state of Alaska.
Explore Rocky Mountain National Park This short film, completed in 2005, takes you on a journey through one of America's great national parks. Stunning mountain vistas, abundant wildlife, and all the wonders of nature are captured here. Video is set to music and there is no talking. Video would be good for students studying regions of the United States, National Parks, or states in the United States.
This short film, completed in 2005, takes you on a journey through one of America's great national parks. Stunning mountain vistas, abundant wildlife, and all the wonders of nature are captured here. Video is set to music and there is no talking. Video would be good for students studying regions of the United States, National Parks, or states in the United States.
First Look: President Bush (CBS News)
President Bush held a news conference in the Rose Garden on Thursday. Jim Axelrod offers a roundup of the conference. (CBSNews.com)
Childhood Obesity Epidemic - ABC News
News short on the childhood obesity epidemic. One in five children in the United States is diagnosed with obesity. About 1/4 of kids in the US don't exercise on a regular basis. For the first time in history, this generation may be sicker and die younger than their parents. Grades 5-12. 1:37 min.
This professional video gives close-up footage and describes the characteristics of bed bugs. Video shows how bed bugs suck your blood. The video could be used with a lesson about symbiosis and parasites. 2:10 min.
Learn German Fruits
Learn terms and expressions for German fruits by watching this video. You will hear the word in German and see the German word on the screen and then the word in English will appear on the screen. This is great for beginning language learners.
This video teaches how to find cardinal directions on a map.
The Origin of Egyptian Civilization PT.2
This video answers the question of who were the Ancient Egyptains?
How to Make a Clay Hedgehog
This video teaches how to make an animal using "Pinch pot" method with minimal tools and equipment. Step by step process to make a clay hedgehog. What is needed: 1) Clay 2) Pin tool 3) Slip No directions-process is demonstrated. (0:40)
Basic Dribbling Skills and Games
A short video that shows how to dribble a basketball and some basic drills. Rules and ideas for a game that they call Rug Rats are given. Good for beginners as well as regular gym classes.
Explanation of the use of quotation marks in English writing. Video gives purpose and examples.
How To Stop Pop Can Fizz
Crazy Chris from So Cool Science shows you how to stop the pop can fizz & win the science fair. Chris shakes up a six pack and tries several different methods to get the fizz out of the can before opening it. He then discusses the steps in the scientific method to help you set up this project (or others) for a science fair project. Run time 03:45.
ACT Test Prep - Science Passage 5
This is intended to help students working on taking the ACT test who have difficulty with the Science portion of the test. The Science section is usually the most misunderstood part of the ACT test and hopefully this video series will help students.
Types of Dyslexia
Types of Dyslexia. Part of the series: Dyslexia. Types of dyslexia include phonological dyslexia, orthographic dyslexia, dyscalculia and dysgraphia, all of which present difficulties in different areas of speech and reading. (2:18)
Is Dyslexia Hereditary?
Is Dyslexia Hereditary?. Part of the series: Dyslexia. Dyslexia is hereditary when it is a developmental type of dyslexia, as opposed to the acquired type of dyslexia that people can experience after an accident. (1:02)
Is Dyslexia Inherited?
Is Dyslexia Inherited?. Part of the series: Dyslexia. Dyslexia is inherited from parent to child when it is a developmental type of dyslexia, as opposed to the acquired type of dyslexia that people can experience after an accident. (1:01)
Is Dyslexia a Genetic Mutation?
Is Dyslexia a Genetic Mutation?. Part of the series: Dyslexia. Dyslexia is a genetic mutation that can be passed down from parent to child for many generations. Get facts about the hereditary qualities of dyslexia from a recognized scholar of dyslexia. (1:40)
What Parts of the Brain Does Dyslexia Affect?
What Parts of the Brain Does Dyslexia Affect?. Part of the series: Dyslexia. Dyslexia affects the development of the left temporal lobe in the brain that controls language, which lies just behind the ear. Find out how the brain develops with dyslexia from a recognized. (1:13)