Learn English Grammar Bonnie Terry, M. Ed. shows how to play an English grammar with a game. The game is called The Sentence Zone. The video shows how each part of the sentence is a different color. Children learn the parts of a sentence, such as a subject, verb, direct object, or preposition. The game is easy enough for parents or teachers to make and have fun learning. Video is of good quality and the idea she uses is good for parents and teachers.
Bonnie Terry, M. Ed. shows how to play an English grammar with a game. The game is called The Sentence Zone. The video shows how each part of the sentence is a different color. Children learn the parts of a sentence, such as a subject, verb, direct object, or preposition. The game is easy enough for parents or teachers to make and have fun learning. Video is of good quality and the idea she uses is good for parents and teachers.
Kindergarten Pre-Writing Lesson: Building Sentences
This video shows a sample pre-writing lesson for Kindergarten students who are learning about writing sentences. Word cards and actual items are used to help the students to form the sentences. Conventions of writing such as a capital letter at the beginning of the sentence, spaces between words, and punctuation at the end of the sentence are all a part of the lesson.
Do Mixed-Age Classes Work?
Discover why mixed-age grouping in classrooms can increase learning.
Nourishing the Brain
The link between nutrition and learning.
Different Learning Styles in Children
Learning styles differ from person to person. Your individual learning style allows you to learn in the way that is best for you. It can be anything from sitting in a quiet room to listening to music while you work to having movement during work time.
Finding Area of Complex Figures
The instructor demonstrates how to find the area of complex figures consisting of one or more rectangles. They show how to break the figure up into two different figures and then add the areas together. The first figure is in the perimeter video, so to find the missing sides you could watch that video or just go on in this video and they give you the measurements. They discuss the formula for area of a square and rectangle and use this to find the area of the two figures and then add
How the Body Works : Center of Emotion and Memory
The limbic system, which is concerned with memory and learning, is also believed to be primarily involved in emotional responses. Emotions are the conscious result of the interaction between the activities of the cerebral cortex, the limbic system and the visceral organs of the body which produce specific physical changes. A number of theories have been postulated to explain this relationship between the body and mind. The emotional responses of any individual are, however, also a product of his
The Key to Success (In Your Math Class)
Mr. Ast leads this discussion on learning the key to be successful in your math class. He suggests getting organized. (:52)
Multimedia Training Videos: Introduction to Action Scripts in Macromedia Flash
Multimedia Training Videos is a series of free learning videos to show anyone interested in learning packages like Macromedia Flash. This video is an introduction to action scripts in Flash.
Multimedia Training Videos: Introduction to Macromedia Flash
Multimedia Training Videos is a series of free learning videos to show anyone interested in learning packages like Macromedia Flash. This video is an introduction to Flash.
Physics must explain not only why and how much, but also where and which way. Physicists and mathematicians invented a way of describing quantities that have direction as well as magnitude. Laws that deal with such phenomena as distance and speed are universal. And vectors, which describe quantities such as displacement and velocity, universally express the law of physics in a way that
Vehicle Stopping Distance
If you are traveling 20 mph, how far would your car go before stopping? This video adapted from KET's Street Skills explores the two parts of the stopping process: reaction time, how long it takes your brain to respond, and stopping distance, and the distance traveled between putting on the brake and coming to a stop. Run time 03:51.
Story Retelling Kindergarten Readiness
This video tells how to get your child ready for kindergarten by learning how to help your child learn to retell stories. The expert gives parents examples and ideas on how practice retelling skills. (1:57)
Teaching Kindergarten Reading Concepts - Opposites
This video shows a teacher presenting an exercise on learning opposites from the Language for Learning program from SRA/McGraw-Hill. (1:14)
The Planet Mars
This video shows the mass of Mars, distance to the Sun, what the atmosphere consists of, surface makeup, and what gives Mars its red color. Video shows Mars' clouds and what they consist of. This video is set to music, words are on the page, there is no reading.The video has a lot of good pictures. Run time 10:02.
The Listening Plea!
Musical Cartoon- There is no learning without listening. Show students that importance of listening in the classroom with this fun musical video.
Crohns Disease Module 12: Kids Voices
Kids tell their stories about not feeling well, learning about Crohns, learning to cope, making adjustments, educating their friends, and getting better. (4:09)
Researching the learning and teaching of mental maths (March 2001)
This is a report from 2001 of a TTA project that looked at whether the learning and teaching of mental mathematics could raise standards in mathematics at Key Stage 2. Strategies to support this work are outlined.
What the research says about using ICT in geography
This report summarises research into the potential benefits of using ICT to enhance the learning and teaching of geography.
Science Spanish I am undertaking a research project on CLIL (Content & Language Integrated Learning ) in primary schools looking at teaching Science through Spanish. Can you suggest any useful research in this area? Many thanks