Biomes: Deciduous Forests
This video clip is about Biomes: Deciduous Forests. It is a student made movie with information about deciduous forests: animals found in the deciduous forests, types of trees found, climate and seasons. 4:28
Recognise the types of electrical units that can be removed/replaced
Identify the types of electrical units that can be removed/replaced.
Sandart: The Story of Ukrainian's Survival
A tremendous work well worth showing to all types of classes. Best used after an explanation of what happened in the country in 1948. This performance one an award, and deservedly so. Perhaps part of a lesson about how art can impact society and/or symbolism such as the Liberty Bell.
Carnivorous Plants of Texas
This video adapted from Texas Parks and Wildlife Department explores the bizarre world of carnivorous plants. More than 400 species of plants evolved structures and strategies for capturing, killing, and digesting insects and other creatures to satisfy their need for a scarce nutrient. This video highlights two types of carnivorous plants common to bogs of the southern United States. Run time 02:01.
Carnivorous Plants of Texas
This video adapted from Texas Parks and Wildlife Department explores the bizarre world of carnivorous plants. More than 400 species of plants evolved structures and strategies for capturing, killing, and digesting insects and other creatures to satisfy their need for a scarce nutrient. This video highlights two types of carnivorous plants common to bogs of the southern United States. Closed captioning included. Run time 02:00
Amazing Fungi Growth in Time-Lapse Photography
In this amazing BBC documentary, suitable for all grades, one can view time-lapse photography of different types of fungi growing.
Mushrooms and Mold
This is a two-minute video set to music that uses time-lapsed photography to display various types of mushrooms and mold.
What Are Grasslands?
Explains the various types of forests, prairies, steppes, deserts and how these ecosystems form, thrive and die.
Caribbean Cuba Marine Life
In this video we can see many different types of fishes. They are all so
beautiful. Another wonderful thing is that each of the fishes are named
and so we can understand the fishes much better. Really amazing how
these fishes are created.
Swamps and Such - Natures Kidneys
This video series from WOSU Public Media uses the example of a wetland to explain the structure and functions of ecosystems and how ecosystems change over time. In these videos meet wetland scientist Dan Fink who hosts the program and examines the types of communities of plants, animals, birds and fish that abound in wetlands, the process of photosynthesis, and the complex relationship between water and productivity. Developed in collaboration with The Ohio State University Olentangy River Wetla
Kilauea: Mountain of Fire
Kilauea, on Hawaii's Big Island, is a very active volcano. This video shows the different types of these eruptions and has excellent images. Students should have a map of this volcano and others so they see where they occur. Run time 50:00
Jokes and Humour
This video deals with telling jokes and different types of humour. There is presentation of vocabulary and expressions and there are explanations and examples. At the beginningthe presenter acts out as a comedian and you can read his script all through the video.
Lasers are more than just science fiction. Learn about lasers, how they work and how they are classified in this short, computer-animated video. The following key concepts will be briefly covered: lasers, laser technology, atoms, energizing atoms, energy states, photons, mediums and medium types, how lasers focus photons, and laser classifications.
Edgar Allan Poe's "The Bells"
As the poem begins, a group of people in a two-horse sleigh ride through a snowy landscape. "The Bells" is recited by British actor Basil Rathbone, as drawings and photographs of various types of bells and bell towers float across the screen, adding to the imagery of the poem. Volume is somewhat subdued. (4:22)
Weather PowerPoint Quiz
This is a teacher-created formative assessment of the types of weather learned in her second grade class. This slideshow is in question-and-answer format (multiple-choice). Primary grade students and teachers may find this assessment useful. The slideshow has questions regarding the types of clouds and types of precipitation.
What are snowflakes and how do they form? Find out in this short, computer animated video. The video will briefly cover the following key concepts: snowflakes, ice crystals, snowflake formation, dendrites, growth of dendrites, snowflake types, triangular snowflakes, and that no two snowflakes are alike. A ten question, fill in the blank quiz is at the conclusion of this video.
Our World: Snowflakes
Snowflakes are actually a history of what was happening in the atmosphere as the snowflake formed and fell to the ground. Find out how you can help NASA scientists study different types of snowflakes to learn about the atmosphere and changes in climate. (04:15)
Compare and Contrast Warm and Cold Fronts
In weather, fronts are defined as the boundaries between different air masses. Depending on the direction of movement and the characteristics of the air involved, different types of fronts form. In this visualization from McDougal Littell/TERC, see movement of warm and cold fronts as well as the characteristic clouds that are generated by each.
Personal Computer Mouse Care & Cleaning Tips
Watch an expert demonstrate some great tips on cleaning the computer's mouse in this free how-to video on cleaning personal electronics. This video shows how to clean both types.
How a Virus Works
This narrated animation explains what a virus is and how it functions. It relates the way a virus works to nanotechnology. The human immune system fights an infection, like a virus, using various types of cells. The body has to adapt to infections and the dead cells are carried to the lymph nodes.