Video Production: Project: Post-Production
Review some of the special effects and tips that the project team went through in their postproduction phase. Run time 04:58
Liverworts, Mosses, and Ferns
This video gives a quick overview of some different types of spore-bearing plants. Dr. Matt von Konrat explains the reproduction of liverworts, mosses, and ferns to a high school group of students. Audio is poor but information is good. Run time 07:50
The Pine Tree
This short video explains the reproduction process of the Pine tree and as well as the parts of the male and female cones. It also briefly addresses the adaptations of the pine tree and pine needles. Run time 02:41
Square Root Operations
Since Pythagorean theorem proofs requires us to square numbers and find square roots, reviewing square root operations from Algebra is really important. When working with the Pythagorean theorem, it is especially important for you to remember how to simplify square roots and rationalize fractions that have a square root in the denominator. (3:37)
Finding the Hypotenuse
The hypotenuse of a right triangle is the side that is opposite of its right angle. Sometimes we have problems that ask us to find the missing hypotenuse of a right triangle. This video describes how to use the Pythagorean theorem to find the hypotenuse, but only when the length measure of the two legs is known. (1:16)
The Pythagorean theorem is useful when we need to find the length of a space diagonal in a rectangular prism. This video describes how the space diagonal passes through the space between vertices, instead of the bases or lateral faces. In other words, it is the diagonal that joins two opposing vertices in the prism, or the two vertices that don't share a face with each other. (1:48)
Pythagorean Theorem Converse
This video describes the converse of the Pythagoreum Theorem. If we know that the sum of two square sides in a triangle equals the square of the third side, we can conclude that the triangle is a right triangle. Pythagorean triples are commonly seen side lengths that indicate when a triangle is a right triangle. Knowing these triples will save time when in calculations related to the Pythagorean theorem. (2:51)
45 45 90 Triangles
A 45 45 90 triangle is a special type of isosceles right triangle where the two legs are congruent to one another and the non-right angles are both equal to 45 degrees. This video describes how to use the Pythagorean theorem to find the missing legs or hypotenuse of 45 45 90 triangles. (4:17)
This video explains how to derive the distance formula, which is used to find the straight distance between two points in a coordinate plane, by Using what we know about the Pythagorean theorem. The distance formula is a standard formula that allows us to plug a set of coordinates into the formula and easily calculate the distance between the two. (4:26)
National Geographic-Rare Clouded Leopards
A small glimpse of the life of the clouded leopards.Video explains how zoos are assisting to breed these rare animals and taking care of them. Running Time is less than one minute.
Writing Numbers Using Words
Learn how to write numbers up to 100 using words. On a computer screen numbers and the number word a shown up to 100 which would be all the words needed to know to write words up to 100. Students are shown how to combine the numbers by adding a dash to write numbers up to 100.
Numbers Written in Words
Lesson on numbers written with words. Larry explains how to write out less common numbers in words and how to say the number properly. More lessons at: http://www.MathWithLarry.com
To The Indian Market
A song and animated cartoon showing children going to an Indian market. The song names what they are going to buy: a small chick, a fat dog, a small pig, etc. (2:25)
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).
Mr Brown Can Moo, Can You?
The talented Mr. Brown displays his art through a variety of noises. Not only can he moo like a cow, but he can blurp like a horn, sizzle like an egg in a frying pan, pop like a cork , eek eek like a creaky shoe, and even imitate the sound of a hippopotamus chewing gum (grum, grum, grum)! The silly rhyming text makes this a wonderful book to read aloud and giggle along with the listeners!
The Pied Piper
English fairy tale revised into an animated cartoon, narrated by the beloved Edward Everett Horton. One of the fractured fairy tales featured on Jay Ward's Rocky and Bullwinkle Show (Saturday morning cartoon show). (5:34)
I Saw Five Fish Song
This song is a counting song with hand motions appropriate for toddlers or preschoolers. Visuals accompany the song, making it a good one for explaining counting and the concept of subtraction.
Beethoven (Part 12 of 18)
"Beethoven was a German Composer and pianist. His music fell in a transitional period between Classical and Romantic music. Beethven studies with Haydn. Even after his hearing began to deteriorate he still composed, conducted and even performed his music. (9:51)
Exporting to MP3 Format in Audacity part 8
Next is to take the Raw .aup file and save it in the MP3 format that can be played on itunes or on quicktime. (5:09)