What Is Renaissance Art?
Discover the origins of famous Renaissance art with information from
an art historian, critic and curator in this video clip. The Renaissance period of art was full of great innovations as artists expanded their technical skills of making super-realistic images both in paint and in sculpture. Lecture format.
What Is Renaissance Art?
In this clip discover the origins of famous Renaissance art with information from an art historian, critic and curator. The Renaissance period of art was full of great innovations as artists expanded their technical skills of making super-realistic images both in paint and in sculpture. Lecture. (2:33)
Teacher Moderation Guided Reading/Guided Writing Pt1 of 2
Teacher-Created Video- During small-group guided lessons, students practice skills previously taught during read-aloud and shared reading sessions. (6:45)
Learning How to Write
Learning to write involves fine motor skills that are developed in children at different ages. Find out how to advance beyond teaching a child to hold a pencil with help from a former classroom teacher. (1:49)
How to Teach Non-Fiction Writing
Non-fiction writing is informational writing that requires
organizational skills and brainstorming. Develop powerful writing skills
with tips from a credentialed teacher in this free video on writing
The Fall of the Ottoman Empire 1 - History Channel documentary
At the beginning of the 20th century, the Ottoman Empire was allied to Germany and the central powers when WWI began. There is an account of the war in the western front. The video refers to Britains' secret plans and how these involved Turkey. The importance of Turkish Nationalism is explained. Some of Prophet Mohammed's words are quoted in the video (written) Some Arab leaders try to make agreements with France and Britain trying to get independence.
Inferences: Knowing Text Structure
Video explains what inference is and how students can use inference to be a better reader. Inferences can help you with cause and effect, chronological order, compare and contrast. Using inference skills is used to help figure out the progression of ideas and text structure of a narrative. Video gives a reading and student has to find which inference is used, it then explains why that is the answer. Good quality video for understanding inf
Inferences: Knowing text structure
Use inferencing skills to help figure out the progression of ideas and text structure of a narrative. Inference, cause and effect, chronological order, compare and contrast, and many other skills help a reader to better understand a story. This video is led by an educator, and the thought processes are explained clearly.
SteveSongs 5 Smiles Song
This song from SteveSongs uses changing a frown into a smile to practice counting, basic addition, and subtraction skills. Scenes are shot in a playground. (1:41)
Children's Subtraction Numbers 0-10
This children's educational video teaches kids basic subtraction
skills. The concept is presented simply with numbers and picture
representations of numbers 0 though 10.
Relationships Between Literature and Historical Period Using Concept Maps
This sample lesson uses an Inspiration concept map to provide 9-12 grade students a workspace to explain the relationships between literature and historical periods, cultures and society. An example of a concept map is presented in this lesson. While there are attempts to zoom in on individual slides, it is very difficult to read the concept map. The video does describe a good way to help students connect concepts visually through concept maps.
West Virginia Geography
First grade lesson about where West Virginia is located on a map and a globe, cardinal directions, and designing a map of a classroom.(Amateur video with maps, slides, some text and music but no narration)
The Search for Another Earth
People have long wondered about the existence of worlds outside of our solar system. Since 1995, significant progress has been made in the search for extrasolar planets, with over 155 planets found. But the questions remain whether there are other planets similar to Earth and whether humans are alone in the universe. This video from NASA, created in September 2004, outlines the plans for future missions and the search for Earth-like worlds.
Google Latitude lets you see your friends on a map on Google Maps for mobile and iGoogle. Use Latitude to plan an impromptu meetup, see that a loved one got home safely, or just stay in touch with friends and family.
Leavening: How it Works When Baking
This five minute video is very good for life skills class. It shows why some cookies stay flat and some rise? This video is about chemical leavening agents. An excellent video. Run time 05:17.
The History of Mathematics - BBC
Mathematics is the Empress of the Sciences. Without her, there would be no physics, nor chemistry, nor cosmology. Any field of study depending on statistics, geometry, or any kind of calculation would simply cease to be. And then, there are the practical applications: without math there would be no architecture. No commerce. No accurate maps, or time-keeping: therefore no navigation, nor aviation, nor astronomy.
Story Time | Third Grade | A Steel Drum Summer
This is a story about two brothers and what they learned from their grandfather. There are no moving images in this video; it just has narration. (02:42) Great for improving listening skills.
Beluga Whales | Fact and Opinion
First, the narrator reads a non-fiction passage about Beluga whales. Then, the narrator pulls sentences from the story and asks if the sentences are fact or opinion. The narrator asks two general comprehension questions. The image is a still image only. Great for improving listening skills. (03:33)
Trail of Tears
This slideshow is a personal interpretation of the song "Trail of Tears" from the album Dying For The World (2002) by W.A.S.P. The slideshow features images a small portion of the Trail and as well as maps of the Trail. Suitable for middle school and high school students.
Atmosphere Crushes Can!
This video demonstration is a perfect introduction to atmospheric pressure. Watch as the atmosphere teams up with condensation to crush a can. This video is a narrative, step by step demonstration and explanation. To print out suggestions and questions for discussion, go to www.montanascience.org and then select LESSON PLANS. Run time 01:35.