14.05.2011 – Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten
Trainieren Sie Ihr Hörverstehen mit authentischen Materialien. Nutzen Sie die Nachrichten der Deutschen Welle von Samstag – als Text und als verständlich gesprochene Audio-Datei.Auf dem FDP-Parteitag in Rostock hat der neue Vorsitzende Philipp Rösler die bisherige Regierungsarbeit der schwarz-gelben Koalition verteidigt. Den Menschen in Deutschland gehe es heute besser als zu Zeiten der großen Koalition, sagte der Bundeswirtschaftsminister in seiner Grundsatzrede. Zugleich gab er
The Royal Wedding and Social Distraction
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The Impact of the End of the Cold War on Europe
This 3:48 long video is about the impact of the end of the Cold War on Europe. The way that President Bill Clinton took advantage of the end of the war to try to integrate and communist part of Europe with the rest of it and how NATO was used. President George H. Bush was mentioned in regard to the war with Iraq and how it related to the way the Cold War brought nations to democracy.
The Busy World of Richard Scarry-The Best ABC Video Ever-Part 2 of 3
In this classic Richard Scarry video, students will learn about the letters of the alphabet. They will learn the letter, a word that begins with that letter, and an example used in a story. The letters addressed in this video are G-R. Early learners will enjoy part 2 of this cute video. (7:52)
The Busy World of Richard Scarry-The Best ABC Video Ever-Part 3 of 3
In part 3 of this classic Richard Scarry video, students will learn about the letters of the alphabets. Students will learn the letter, a word that begins with the letter, and an example used in a story. The letters in addressed in this video are S-Z. Content is appropriate for early learners. (7:41)
"So what is Physics anyway? Simply put, Physics is the study of energy. Okay, that's a short answer, what does that mean, the study of energy? Well, we can break down Physics into several units one of them is motion. You're familiar with motion, concepts like speed and velocity. Forces, physical forces include things like gravity and friction. Physical forces are energies also carried in the form of waves and when we talk about waves we're typically talking about things like sound waves and ligh
Newton's Laws of Motion
This 4:20 minute long video shows the three main laws of motion developed by Sir Isaac Newton and is down with excellent graphics.
The first law of motion, inertia, is when an object will not move or else move in a straight line unless an unbalanced force is on it. The second law of motion is the force mass and acceleration; acceleration fo an object depends on the mass and magnitude of the force. (force=massxacceleration) The third law of motion is the law of action and reaction. In
Arthropods by StudyJams
Arthropods make up 75% of invertebrates. Arthropods have several qualities in common: jointed legs, bodies divided into sections, and an exoskeleton, or shell. Some of the arthropods you may know include: lobsters, millipedes, spiders, ants, and butterflies. Learn more about arthropods with this slide show from StudyJams. Vibrant images are set to music while information is written under each photo. A short, self-checking quiz is also included with this link.&
" M-0-T-H-E-R"- A Mother's Day Song
This computer-animated video features a song about Mother's Day to the tune of "B-I-N-G-O." (1:57)
The Senses: Touching - by StudyJams
Nerve cells throughout your body respond to external stimuli by sending nerve impulses to your brain. Your skin's nerve cells respond to the things you touch, allowing you to feel them. Learn more about your sense of touch with this slide show from StudyJams. Vibrant images are set to music and information is written under each photo. A short, self-checking quiz is also included with this link.
Pele Biography - In this video, we learn about the life of the Brazilian soccer player, Pele. (04:12)
How To Strike the Soccer Ball With the Laces
Coach Vance Carlisle demonstrates an effective drill for learning how to strike the soccer ball with the laces on top of your foot so you can shoot on goal with more power and drive during play on the soccer field. ( 1:55)
How to Perform Cardio Walking Workout
This three minute video shows how to dolow-impact routines that can be used in the classroom, gym, or outside. It does not require any equipment and the students could follow the video easily. They might even be encouraged to create their own walking fitness routine.
Teacher Moderation Read Aloud
In this video, teachers will learn effective strategies for using read-alouds in the classroom. During a read-aloud the teacher demonstrates proficient reading and a love of reading. Text to text connections, modeling appropriate annotation, comprehension strategies, language and word study, introducing text, focusing for listening, modeling behavior of proficient readers, talking to clarify thinking, establishing relevance, and read aloud debriefing are all discussed. This is a good resource to
How To Steam Vegetables
This video lists supplies needed and gives step-by-step directions/tips for steaming delicious vegetables. ( 1:26)
Let's Talk Parenting Taboos
Babble.com publishers Rufus Griscom and Alisa Volkman, in a lively tag-team, expose 4 facts that parents never, ever admit -- and why they should. Funny and honest, for parents and nonparents alike. (17:09)
How Many Kisses Do You Want Tonight? Read-Aloud Online Picture Book
How Many Kisses Do You Want Tonight? by Varsha Bajaj---From bear to butterfly to snake, 10 animal parents--some moms, some dads--ask their little ones the title question: "'How many kisses do you want, young fellow?' Mommy Duck asks, fluffing Little Duck yellow." "'I want TWO,' he says with a quack. 'One on my beak and one on my back.'" Each response is well matched to the creature; Little Spider, for example, wants eight kisses, one for each leg. The game continues until a human Daddy poses the
Race to Nowhere: Strees and Students Film
Is the amount of daily stress that students deal with becoming too much to handle? This three minute video explains a bit about the demands put on students by standardized testing. Some hints at how to improve the situation are offered. The video is a promotion of Race to Nowhere.
Protecting the Brain from Concussions
In a lively talk from TEDxDU, neuropsychologist Kim Gorgens makes the case for better protecting our brains against the risk of concussion -- with a compelling pitch for putting helmets on kids. (09:22)
China: The Great Wall
This 2:30 minute video explains how the Wall was built and where and why. The video adds enough detail to make it interesting to students, but a map of its location would help. The building of a replica of part of the wall would be a good project for students as well gathering more information on its length.