Short "I " Sound Song - Hooked on Phonics
This short animated cartoon video is a song focusing on the sound of short "i." The song repeats the name of the letter and its sound, while giving 4 examples of words starting with the letter i. (:51)
Rational vs Irrational Numbers
Students learn that the following number sets represent rational numbers: natural numbers, whole numbers, integers, fractions, terminating decimals, and repeating decimals. For example, -2, 7, 3/4, 0.0006, and 0.191919... are all rational numbers. However, a decimal that is both non-terminating and non-repeating is an irrational number. For example, 0.12579835781... and 39.779778776775... are irrational numbers. Video is good quality and good for all students as a review or initial learning of t
Computing Binomial Probabilities in Minitab
In this video learn how to compute Binomial probabilities, cumulative probabilities, and inverse cumulative probabilities. Examples are shown of how to solve probability.
This well-produced, short and catchy song uses great illlustration and lyrics to explain what a paleontologist does (a scientist who digs up and studies fossils), for elementary age children. (2:58)
Healthy Eating Habits for Children and Families - part 1
While recent studies suggest that the rates of childhood obesity are leveling off, David S. Ludwig, MD, PhD, director of the Optimal Weight for Life Clinic at Children's Hospital Boston, suggests that the rates of childhood obesity are still at epidemic levels and parents can help to serve as the first line of defense in preventing obesity in their children. This video gives advice from the doctor on how best to help you
Somatic Cell Transfer
Shows how a skin cell nucleus is used to make an embryonic stem cell. 3-D color animation with narration. 54 sec.
Europe and Russia: Population
Part 1 in the Europe and Russia series. This episode examines the relationship between world regional geography and the populations of these nations. IU Southeast Instructor: Clint Franklin
How to make an Origami Gift Box Pt 1 - Base
This video gives the step by step directions for creating the base for an origami gift box. The instructions for the lid are on the 2nd video. This is a somewhat complicated project, but the directions are very clear.
How To Fold an Origami Swan
Viewers are introduced to the art of Origami by watching this step-by-step video teaching how to create a simple swan. (01:55)
How to Make Paper Cranes
This 4:30 long video is a step-by-step overview of how to make a paper crane using origami. Moves slowly and easy to follow.
Routines in Everyday Math-- Frames and Arrows
This video helps teachers and parents work with students on the EDM routine. Run time 3:36.
Routines in Everyday Math: What's my Rule?
A video to assist teachers and parents in working with students on the EDM routine including what's my rule. Students determine what rule is being used in the mathematics equation. (6:00)
Routines in Everyday Math-- Name Collection Boxes
Students learn how to use a name collection box. It starts with a specific number and then you have to determine different ways to name or show that number. Run time 3:25
Tone & Mood Words
Recognizing tone and mood when reading is an essential skill needed to fully understand any narrative. Photos show examples of tone and mood expressions. The tone and mood words appear as slide captions. Very clever. (4:14)
Synonyms and Idioms Create Tone and Mood
Teacher introduces the Thesaurus and how to use it. Then she moves to an exploration of synonyms and idioms for the words, angry, happy and sad. Musical background fits the tone of the words. (6:05)
This video concerning the tone of a story is by a college professor, however, the information presented by the instructor will be readily understood by middle and high school students. Instructor: Assistant Professor Adam Crowley, Husson University.
General Information About Tone
This video concerning tone in a story is by a college professor, however, the information presented by the instructor will be readily understood by middle and high school students. Instructor: Assistant Professor Adam Crowley, Husson University.
Mood in Literature
This video is a slideshow that offers an introduction to the literary element mood and is for upper elementary students and older.
Tone and Mood Words That Writers Use
Recognizing TONE and MOOD when reading is an essential skill needed to fully understand any narrative. You should always try to picture the meaning of the words. This video is student-created slidehow and is suitable for upper elementary students and older.
This professional video gives close-up footage and describes the characteristics of bed bugs. Video shows how bed bugs suck your blood. The video could be used with a lesson about symbiosis and parasites. 2:10 min.