Doctor narrates this video that shows various signs and symptoms of epilepsy. The diagnosis of epilepsy is a complicated process that takes multiple tests, including basic observation, exam, history, and neural imaging. Professionally produced movie. NOTE: Shows a person having a seizure which may be disturbing for some. 4:29 min.
Living on the Coast
This video, adapted from material provided by the ECHO partners, offers a glimpse of life in three coastal communities in the United States. The visit begins in Alaska on the Kenai Peninsula, specifically in the village of Nanwalek, where people have learned to survive in a harsh environment. Next we travel to New Bedford, Massachusetts, to see how people have always depended on the ocean for whaling and fishing. Finally we go to Moloka‘i in Hawai‘i, where people have learned to respect the
What Is Settlement Geography?
An American History teacher defines the term settlement geography. It is used to define which areas of land can be used for agriculture, which areas can be mined, which land is best for urban usage and to avoid environmental distress.
Exploring History: Corinth, Mississippi and Shiloh National Military Park
"Exploring History: Corinth, Mississippi and Shiloh National Military Park" looks at two southern locations important to the outcome of the American Civil War and the years following. Explore Corinth, Mississippi and the Battle of Shiloh along with a group of students from the area." (25:58) WJLT TV episode
Daylight Saving Time
This video uses computer animation, simple narration, and humor to help explain why we have daylight saving time. It also addresses the history behind it all and how it relates to our days and seasons. Run time 02:55.
History of Mardi Gras A quick look at Mardi Gras and its history. Traditionally, Fat Tuesday is the last day for Catholics to indulge since it is the last day before Ash Wednesday, which kicks off the season of Lent. Mardi Gras is filled with traditions, two of which came about in 1872, when the Russian Duke Romanoff visited New Orleans for Mardi Gras, they thought they would give him a royal reception and named him king for a day. A king
A quick look at Mardi Gras and its history. Traditionally, Fat Tuesday is the last day for Catholics to indulge since it is the last day before Ash Wednesday, which kicks off the season of Lent. Mardi Gras is filled with traditions, two of which came about in 1872, when the Russian Duke Romanoff visited New Orleans for Mardi Gras, they thought they would give him a royal reception and named him king for a day. A king
The History Channel: How TV Was Invented
The History Channel gives a brief look into the how John Logie Baird invented the very first TV and is suitable for middle school and high school students. Presented by Adam Hart-Davis. Run tim 03:38.
Freedom Summer 1964
Still images and narration are featured in this documentary about this part of civil rights history. (Amateur video)
Metals Metals are extremely important to our daily lives. Metals are shown to be found in many places and important to the history of our civilization. Malleability, ductility, and conductivity are examined, along with methods for extracting metals from ores and blending alloys. Experiments demonstrate these various properties.
Metals are extremely important to our daily lives. Metals are shown to be found in many places and important to the history of our civilization. Malleability, ductility, and conductivity are examined, along with methods for extracting metals from ores and blending alloys. Experiments demonstrate these various properties.
How to Edit Your Writing : How to Use Commas
Learn about the confusing subject of commas in this video which is suitable for older elementary students and up. From Expert Village.
Filmmaker: Jason Sager
History of the Universe Made Easy (Part 2)
This concludes the two parts on the History of the Universe, showing how our universe, solar system and planet Earth formed through natural and predictable processes. NOTE: Religious references
(Music: Rodrigo's 'Concierto de Aranjuez' adagio -- soloist Kaori Muraji)
Challenger - The Final Voyage Part 1 of 6
Discovery Channel Video. January 28, 1986, the seven astronauts for the 25th shuttle mission make their way to the launch pad. Among them is Christa McAuliffe, a New Hampshire teacher, selected to be the first civilian in space. At 11:38 a.m. Flight 51L launches into history. In 1984, NASA decided to take a citizen into space. Ronald Reagan said he wanted to put a teacher into space. An i
Video reviews the history of immigration to the United States up to the restrictive law passed in 1924. Immigrants came to America for economic, political, and religious freedoms. Video discusses where immigrants came from, when the great migration happened, what happened when people arrived at the immigration stations, and what happens once immigrants are in the new land. Video then shows on a map where Germans, Scandinavians, a
IMMIGRATION an Industral Film (1946)
Encyclopedia Britannica Films inc. produced this Immigration video, which shows a brief history of immigration in the U.S. until 1946. This video clearly shows how important immigrants were in the formulation of our nation. (The term "negro" is used.)
Immigration is an 11 minute video that is old, but useful because it shows a view of immigration that is influenced by the times it was made. Reviews the history of immigration to the United States up to the restrictive law passed in 1924. A dramatized scene in a European steamship office is used to show the economic, political and religious motives for immigration. Contains scenes of Ellis Island and New York City in the early 20th century.
Wonderful Stories of Professor Kitzel - John Cabot
'Giovanni Caboto (c. 1450 – c. 1498) known in English as John Cabot, was an Venetian navigator and explorer commonly credited as the second European to discover the mainland of North America' (John Cabot, Wikipedia, 2009). Professor Kitzel and his time machine take you on a trip back in history to talk about this Venetian explorer. Produced and directed by Shamus Culhane in 1972 for M.G. Films.
The One True Faith : What is the Catholic Church?
The Catholic Church is the best-known and perhaps most misunderstood organization in the history of the world. The Vatican, the Roman Church, the Bride of Christ, His Mystical Body -- what do all these terms mean, and how should they be used? Most importantly, what promises did God Himself make regarding the Church and how can we see those being kept today? Join Michael Voris as he answers these and more questions.
A Brief History of the Catholic Church
A brief history of the Catholic Church from Pentecost till today in the style of "The History Channel" or "The Discovery Channel."
Battle For Stalingrad
A brief history of the Soviet/German battle for the city of Stalingrad. This video shows footage of the final stage of Operation Barbarosa. The German commander of the Sixth Army, General von Paulus, assisted by the Fourth Panzer Army, began it's attack of a small Russian city on the banks of the Volga River. (3:14)
NATO: A Revolutionary Alliance
NATO: A Revolutionary Alliance is a short documentary about the North-Atlantic Treaty Organization and how it represents revolutions, reforms and reactions in history.(Video is amateur that uses some computer graphics, archive footage, and narration)