Moscow 1941 - 1/6
Hitler tries to take Moscow, thinking once he had Moscow he would be able to take all of Russia. German forces quickly advance.
Moscow 1941 - 5/6
In December Germans reach the outskirts of Moscow and start a block by block conquest. Moscow falls on December 30th. Stalin was looking for ways to save Moscow.
GAB with ALisa - Profiles: College of Southern Maryland Coach of the Year Alan Hoyt
MetroCast Channel 10's ALisa Casas interviews College of Southern Maryland men's basketball coach Alan Hoyt about being named Coach of the Year by the Maryland Junior College (MDJUCO) Athletic Coaches Association, after leading the Hawks to a 10-6 regular season record and fifth-place conference finish. To read more about Coach Hoyt, visit: http://www.csmd.edu/news/archive/2012/e715551b6963d0821a3eecab4247c024da8a5592.html
Learn About Parts of a Book-(Spine, Cover, Title Page, Index, Glossary)
In this informative video, students will learn all about the different parts of a book including table of contents, glossary, index, spine, title page, cover, copyright page, etc. The PowerPoint shared in this video comes from www.pppst.com and video shown on Mummies comes fromTapestry. (2006). This is a great resource to teach reference skills and the parts of a book to our students. (9:48)
The Failure of Reconstruction
Despite gaining their freedom, African-Americans face struggles in the years after the Civil War includes amendments 13,14,15 and other political acts during that time. Explains problems that occured after Reconstruction ends.
Frontline: dreams of Tibet
The accompanying online resource to the PBS Frontline programme, Dreams of Tibet, introduces users to the political, religious, and cultural background of this still contentious region, governed by the Chinese state. From the main page, users can: read interviews with historians and public figures (explaining their attitude towards Tibet and Buddhism); read book excerpts and official reports on China's relationship with Tibet; read about contemporary and historical expeditions to Tibet; and lear
ANSO 341-01, Peoples of (Sub-Saharan) Africa, Fall 2005
This syllabus was submitted to the Rhodes College Office of Academic Affairs by the course instructor.
The right to strike?
By the end of this lesson you will be able to explain what the right to strike means and what the limits are. You will be able to gather information, summarize it and pass it on.
Power, voice and rights: a turning point for gender equality in Asia and the Pacific
This site provides free access to the full text of a report by UN Development Programme (UNDP) which was published in March 2010. The report examines gender inequality in the Asia-Pacific area, focusing on 3 specific areas: The report focuses on 3 areas economic power, political decision-making and legal rights― It analyses the problems women face, and how policies and attitudes can be changed to encourage gender equality. In addition to the full text of the report, the website also offe
Women of four wars: stories from the veteran's history project
This site is maintained by the Veterans History Project of the Library of Congress. It provides free access to online materials relating to the experience of women service personnel in the Korean War, Vietnam War, Afghanistan conflict and the Gulf war. The site includes online oral histories with video webcasts or podcasts of interviews with the women in whom they detail their experiences of fighting and warfare. Technical and copyright information is displayed on the website.
Critical Thinking Video for Children, Part 4
Part 4 of 5 of a series from CriticalThinking.org developing critical thought processes.
i and Imaginary Numbers
Introduction to i. Raising i to arbitrary exponents. Factoring quadratics. This video starts off with a black screen because the narrator uses it as a 'chalkboard'. This video is appropriate for older middle and high school students.
How the Louisiana Purchase Worked
When Thomas Jefferson purchased the Louisiana Territory for 15 million
dollars, the US nearly doubled in size. This is a podcast without visuals. It lasts 15 minutes. Good data, but only for those that can stay awake.
One-Sided Limits - Free Math Video by Brightstorm
A limit is the value that a function approaches as the input of that function approaches a certain value. In Calculus, sometimes functions behave differently depending on what side of the function that they are on. This video explains how a one-sided limit is the behavior on one only one side of the value where the function is undefined. (3:02)
Civil War reenactment: Union occupation and a Confederate soldier goes home, 1865
In this video, a Confederate soldier making his way home at the end of the Civil War is stopped by Union soldiers at a checkpoint, then cooks for them in exchange for a day’s rations. He shows what are in the cooking rations that he has and talks about what he cooks for the Union soldiers.
Making a Good Confession
Guide to the Sacrament of Reconcilitation.
"Market Women's Cries" Poem by Jonathan Swift
A virtual movie (portrait sitting in chair with book) of Jonathan Swift (1667-1745) "reading" one of his much loved poems "Market Women's Cries". This poem is a good example of Jonathan Swift as satirist. (1:12)
'Art Israel' is an online arts magazine/directory published by the Contemporary Israeli Art Fund and run by Artis. Art Israel is produced in English, and is free. At April 2009 there are 13 artist profiles and short interviews. The website lists exhibitions and events in Israel, New York, and elsewhere. There is a useful 'Israeli Art Guide' page with details of art galleries in Israel, accompanied by a map and external links to websites. The 'News' page tracks and links to profiles and interview
Theories of Motivation - Mini Lecture
A mini lecture that looks at what motivation is, what motivates us and then goes on to look how we motivate people according to various theorists such as Herzberg, Maslow and Vroom
The Death of President Roosevelt
The Death of President Roosevelt - Learn of the Sudden Death of the US President Franklin D. Roosevelt. (05:55) This video shows a lot of vintage footage of Nazi death camps and is NOT intended for younger viewers.