Learn about Boxing Day
Boxing Day in this short video. It is celebrated the day after Christmas in many commonwealth countries, and is known for boxing day sales. After the chaotic start the video starts to explain how the name came to be. (0:55)
From George Washington to Barack Obama
A creative way to display the past presidents. This is a morphing video that takes you through the 44 presidents in four minutes. It does not provide any biographical data. The "morphing" images are set to the musical piece Bolero. (03:58)
Rivers of China
The three main Chinese videos and their importance are the ingredients of this video.
History of Kwanzaa
Introduction to integration
Introduction to Integration. The video starts with a brief review of multiplying and factoring polynomials and finding derivatives. It than shows integration as reverse differentiation. Goes through examples and notation. The pen on paper presentation is clear and understandable. Provided by www.mathstutor.biz
Ancient to Contemporary Environmental Art
Beautiful video showing artists who create art with, about and of the earth including contemporary artists (such as Robert Smithson, Andy Goldsworthy, ancient art, Tibetan Monk mandalas set to simple classical music ending with a challenge of "What Can you Create?" (2:36)
The Moon (Part 2)
Second part of the History Channel's TV series "The Universe" from 2007, this 9 minute segment specifically addresses the Moon. Take a look at the specific formations and features of the moon, and learn more about the future plans NASA has for establishing a permanent base on the surface.
Ancient Egypt---3 Tales
This student-made video relays three tales from egyptian mythology. The video is narrated by and for grade schoolers but includes useful information. Run time 06:31.
Out of Egypt: Egypt and Pop Culture
This 2:05 video explains how the culture of ancient Egypt still influences modern culture. The speaker presents a great many reasons why, but nothing specific in terms of leaders or time periods. The presentation gives three major reasons for the Egyptian influence.
Leonardo da Vinci
A 14 minute biography that deals with his life through recreations and the use of his work. The video explains why he was so successful because of his understanding of the mechanical side of nature. Good quotes. Teachers may wish to skip the first part where the word bastard is used to describe his standing in the world at that time. An excellent video
What are Hurricanes?
The narrator discusses hurricanes in a clear terms. The narration is accompanied by appropriate still images.
Introduction to Magnetism
What is a magnet? This video is a great introduction to the concept of magnetism. It explains what magnetism is and how it occurs, and describes five types of magnetism and their properties. (6:14)
The federal government did not repeat the mistakes of the First World War, when doughboys marched off to fight "the war to end all wars." During the earlier conflict, the government entered into a high-powered propaganda campaign that proclaimed America was striving "to make the world safe for democracy." George Creel headed the Committee on Public Information, which turned out crude propaganda that demonized the enemy, particularly the German "Huns." One film that captured the mood was titled T
The Ear: the Organ of Hearing
'The ear is the organ of hearing. The pinna of the outer ear collects sound waves and channels them along the external auditory meatus to the ear drum.' This is a very brief video (0:50) with narration.
How to make a podcast with Audacity
Short video tutorial that shows you how to make an audio pocast with the free software called 'Audacity'. Record your voice and save it. If there is noise in the recording you can remove it by selecting the entire recording and going to noise removal. You can import other tracks and mix them together.
This children's educational video teaches kids geometric shapes
and shape recognition: ellipse, trapezoid, circle, octagon, rectangle,
square, hexagon, parallelogram, pentagon, star, rhombus, and triangle. Each shape is shown in a real life setting and then an image of the shape is shown and spoken.
Counting Three Objects
Snippet begins with a short ad. Children count to 10 and then back from 10. The live action movie then focuses on counting things in groups of three. (1:23)
The power of glaciers is explored. Go inside a glacier to see its spectacular beauty and raw power. Video takes place in Norway. Scientists are starting to understand the power of ice. Scientist use hot water, spraying for two days, to get inside and see the inside. They go inside and see the ice, there is about 200 meters of ice around them, and if they would stay there for approximately 48 hours the ice would close in on them. The glacier is not really a sol
A-E-I-O-U This song is from the record "What's the Good Word." The video/picture doesn't change. Song starts with a person explaining the letters of the alphabet and what the consonants are and the vowels. Then it proceeds into a song about consonants and vowels. Video could be more interesting if picture changed. Words to the song are hard to hear. Good for early elementary students.
This song is from the record "What's the Good Word." The video/picture doesn't change. Song starts with a person explaining the letters of the alphabet and what the consonants are and the vowels. Then it proceeds into a song about consonants and vowels. Video could be more interesting if picture changed. Words to the song are hard to hear. Good for early elementary students.
Solving for X Using Multiplication or Division
In this lesson learn how to solve for "x" using multiplication and division.
Examples are shown with narrator writing examples of the process on how to solve multiplication and division problems.