Kids Science News Network-How Much Is Money Worth?
In this video Ted Tunes (skunk newscaster) and Barkley learn about basic values of coins. This is a good introduction for young learners and/or special education students (1:06)
Animal Flashcards With Name & Picture
This video is a great resource for beginning readers or for ELL students. These pictures can also provide real word experiences for those children who may not know what some of these animals look like. The video uses photographs of a large number of animals. On one slide it shows the name of the animal and the next slide shows the animal and the word while the commentator says the word. (9:40)
English Vocabulary Lessons-Identifying Animals Flashcards
The aim of this video is to help to improve English vocabulary. Pictures of a variety of animals is shown on the screen with an "a" in the upper left hand corner. The commentator speaks the name of the animal with the "a" (a koala, a seal, a giraffe). This is a great teaching resource for our ELL students and for beginning readers. (1:52)
English Vocabulary Lessons-Body Parts Vocabulary
This video helps to improve English vocabulary. A picture of a body part is shown as it is pronounced. This is a great teaching resource for our ELL students and for our youngest students. (2:17)
English Vocabulary Lessons-Daily Routines
This video helps to improve vocabulary and pronunciation. The focus of this video is on daily routines (get dressed, wake up, wash your face, etc.). A matching picture is shown as the commentator speaks the phrase. This is a good teaching resource for our ELL students and our youngest learners. It would also be beneficial for our special education students who need help with life skills. (2:12)
English Vocabulary Lessons-Food-What Do You Want to Eat?
This video is to help to improve English vocabulary and pronunciation. The focus of this video is on foods. A matching picture is shown (pizza, sandwich, salad, taco, cereal, etc.) as the commentator speaks the word. This is a good teaching resource for our ELL students, our youngest learners, and special education students (2:11).
English Vocabulary Lessons-Fruit
This video helps to improve English vocabulary and pronunciation. The focus of this video is fruit(orange, cherry, grapefruit, etc.). This is a great teaching resource for our English as Second Language learners, our youngest learners, and our special education students (1:53).
How to Write an Introduction Paragraph for Your Essay
This is an essay introduction formula for academic writing using the three-part funnel approach: grab attention, bridge to thesis, present thesis. Presented by Michelle Bowman of the Effective Writing Center, University of Maryland University College.
How to Write an Introduction to Your Essay
Note: There is a couple of moments of silence as the instructor waits for you to read the paragraph. The instructor 'dissects' themfirst paragraph by color-coding, then explains the significance of each part of the paragraph.
How to Write an Introduction for an Essay
How to Write an Introduction for an Essay. Part of the series: How to Write an Essay. Learn how to write an introduction for an essay in this video on writing essays. (01:12) This is just a BRIEF video--this is not a definitive source by any means.
How to Gather Sources for Essays
How to Gather Sources for Essays. Part of the series: How to Write an Essay. Learn how to gather sources for essays in this free educational video on writing essays.
The Sleep Book by Dr. Seuss, Part 1 of 2
Narrated by Madeline Khan, this animated video of Dr. Seuss's illustrations does not show the words from the book. Part 1 of 2 (8:53)
The Foot Book
Dr. Seuss' The Foot Book is read with views of the book's pages and music. Static on sound track. (3:52)
If I Ran The Zoo by Dr. Seuss, Part 2 of 2
Continues and concludes the animated film presentation of this picture book by Dr. Seuss. Narrated by Brett Ambler, with music and credits. One of the Dr. Seuss Video Classics series. Part 2 of 2 (7:55)
In Their Own Words: Leland Melvin
Astronaut Leland Melvin talks about the inspiration of dining in space with an international crew, the varied blues of the Caribbean and the challenges of inspiring students and teachers. (07:12)
In Their Own Words: Canadian astronaut Julie Payette
In this 'In Their Own Words' video, Canadian astronaut Julie Payette talks about what it means to be an astronaut what motivated her to become a space explorer. (03:50)
Learning about Back Bones with Curious George
The children head to the Harvard Museum of Natural History to learn more about bones and what a vertebrate is. They are shown several different animal back bones, including human back bones.
Aram Khachaturian Biography 5/10
Aram Khachaturian was a Soviet Armenian composer who lived from 1903-1978. His music was influenced by Armenian Folk Music. He composed various piano works, as well as concertos for violin, cello and piano. He is probably best know for the piece Sabre Dance and the film music for Spartacus.
Learn English Through Song - High Frequency Phrases
Learn high frequency phrases from the lyrics of the song Don't Worry Be Happy by Bobby Mcferrin. Learn English Through Song helps
English Second Language (ESL) students study speaking, conversation, vocabulary, pronunciation, listening and grammar. More songs at www.learn-to-speak-english-esl.com
How To Predict The Wind
Predicting the wind is an aspect of weather prediction you'll want to master before becoming a meteorologist. Meteorologist Melissa Schenk briefly explains isobars, wind speed, wind chill, and wind direction. Part of the series: How To Predict The Weather. Run time 01:34.