U.S. Geography: States and Capitals
In this video, the sates and their capitals are discussed. All 50 states are detailed within this video, but they are broken down into regions. Each region is explained and then each state and its' capital is discussed. Along with learning the states and their capitals, this video helps children learn the state capitals by relating each state to facts. It uses video clips, pictures and narration. Run time 08:09.
Perimeter Word Problems - Geometry Help
Students learn to solve "Geometry" word problems involving perimeters of rectangles.
How to define perimeter and calculate it for squares, rectangles, and circles. video ends before completion and asks viewer to go to web site to finish watching the video.
Introduction to Perimeter
Animation that explains perimeter and includes sample problems,
Finding the Perimeter of Polygons
In this video, the instructor (who goes by the name jediteacher2007) shows several polygons (many-sided figures like hexagons and pentagons), and how to measure the distance around them (perimeter). The instructor uses computer software for instruction. Clear, step-by-step instruction. (8:28)
Finding the Perimeter of a Rectangle
Instructor models how to find the perimeter of a rectangle by using the formula P=2l+2w. Two examples are modeled and a calculator is used for computation. How to label the perimeter is explained.
How Do You Find the Perimeter of a Shape?
To find the perimeter, you need to add up the length of each side of the object. This video is in lecture format, with an instructor standing in front of a dry erase board as she explains the process. Run time 02:00.
How to Find Perimeter of Semi-Circle
Finding the perimeter of a semi-circle involves a math formula that starts with C equals two Pi R. Formulate the rest of the perimeter math equation to find the circumference of a semi circle with this video.
HX to Alkene Reaction
Video discusses the first two electrophilic addition reactions. The first one is addition of HX to an alkene. The second one is hydration reaction. Each one of these is explained.
Organic Chemistry: Alkynes Introduction
Here is a brief introduction to alkynes. Video gives a definition of alkynes and what they contain.
Here is a quick look at Lewis Acids. A Lewis Acid can accept a pair of electrons from a electron donor, they are electrophiles when they are on the attack. A Lewis Base can donate a pair of electrons, nucleophiles when they attack electron-poor nuclei.
The Frog Prince Part 9 Montgomery Bus Boycott - Waiting for the World to Change. Malcolm X and Black Nationalism MALCOLM X: THE HOUSE NEGRO AND THE FIELD NEGRO MALCOLM X: OUR HISTORY WAS DESTROYED BY SLAVERY Rise of Black Power The Life and Death of Malcolm X How Do I Teach 4th Grade Narrative Writing? A Collection of Cinquains
This is a touching video on the hardships and cruelty the black people of the United States had to endure during the Civil Rights Movement. It features photos and historical facts from a variety of important events during the Civil Rights Movement, many of them stemming from the Montgomery Bus Boycott. This video is set to the song "Waiting on the World to Change", and is narrated through subtitles. It ends with a positive note showing how things have changed through a pho
This is a video of Malcolm X speaking to an audience at the Audobon Ballroom in Washington Heights on March 29, 1964, Malcolm X explains: "If you're interested in freedom, you need some judo, you need some karate--you need all the things that will help you fight for freedom... A great recording of his speech.
In this video Malcolm X is giving a speech explaining the difference that he sees between the "house negro" and the "field negro". Malcolm X is an amazing speaker, and this video showcases his talents.
In this video Malcolm X appears on a television show in Chicago called "City Desk" on March 17, 1963. He enters a debate with the interviewers about his name, and explains that the real names of his people were destroyed during slavery.
This video is accompanied by text. "The civil rights movement continued to make progress during the 1960s through the controversial implementation of forced busing and affirmative action measures. Most people viewed Martin Luther King, Jr., as the principle leader of the movement. King maintained a large following who supported his promotion of non-violent protest. King hoped to integrate all neglected and oppressed peoples into American society and to ensure the same equality for everyone..."
The Life and Death of Malcolm X - He is known as one of the most influential and controversial proponents of African American rights. WatchMojo learns more about the life, accomplishments and assassination of Malcolm X. (04:50)
When teaching fourth grade narrative writing, use peer conferencing and break down the construction of a story by discussing the introduction, body and conclusion. Teach fourth grade narrative writing with tips from a credentialed teacher. (2:22)
This is a video showing a classes abilities at writing cinquain poetry. This is a good tool to use to see some specific examples of how to write a cinquain poem.
Montgomery Bus Boycott - Waiting for the World to Change.
Malcolm X and Black Nationalism
MALCOLM X: THE HOUSE NEGRO AND THE FIELD NEGRO
MALCOLM X: OUR HISTORY WAS DESTROYED BY SLAVERY
Rise of Black Power
The Life and Death of Malcolm X
How Do I Teach 4th Grade Narrative Writing?
A Collection of Cinquains