Land Of The Tiger - Monsoon Forests, Part 2
This documentary, which is suitable for older elementary, middle school, and high school students, explores the wildlife of the Indian subcontinent living in the rainforest. 9:50
Molecules in Liquid
As molecules in a solid get hotter, they vibrate faster and faster and eventually slip out of their lattice-work pattern. When this occurs, the substance melts, changing from a solid to a liquid state. Eureka was a series of short cartoons on physics that ran on public television in the 1980's. The video explains the concept in simple and well illustrated way. Good for students of any elementary school level.
Learn about Fuel Cell Technology
Many researches have been working on renewable, clean energy sources. This particular study shows how hydrogen may some day replace gasoline to fuel our vehicles with zero emission of fuel cells. Learn about real world testing of this fuel cell technology. Run time 01:50.
Mediterranean Sea Wildlife
"The Mediterranean sea bed holds treasures from thousands of years of trade across its waters. Among the scattered shipwrecks divers can also find rich coral reefs full of natural wonders, as well as racing blue fin tuna." Run time 4:18
West Indian Ocean
Two of the world's swiftest ocean currents connect off the east coast of Africa, creating some of the richest biological areas of the sea. The ocean is home to the legendary coelacanth fish. The video offers spectacular underwater scenes. Run time 03:30
Best Amazing Experiment Ever-Liquid in Beaker Making Blob Form
Experiment by google science team in which a liquid is poured into a beaker. It overflows and makes a blob like form (Running Time 0:16).
The King's Breakfast-Read A Loud
This is the story of a king who wanted some butter for his bread. He was offered marmalade instead and that made him feel sad. Everybody then moves to get him the butter he wants so that he can feel better. He claims he is not a fussy king, but he just wanted butter!
What Is Earth's Coldest & Warmest Temperature?
The coldest recorded temperature was -129 degrees Fahrenheit, in Antarctica, and the hottest recorded temperature was 136 degrees Fahrenheit, in Libya. Learn more about extreme records for hot and cold weather.
Sonnet No. 1: By William Shakespeare
Read in a deep, rich, lush voice by Bertram Selwyn, the only person to record all of Shakespeare's sonnets on YouTube, and to offer the recordings free to the world. The text appears overlying a famous portrait of Shakespeare. Voice over. "From fairest creatures we desire increase, That thereby beauty's rose might never die, But as the riper should by time decease, His tender heir might bear his memory: But thou, contracted to thine own bright eyes, Feed'st thy light'st flame with self-
Learn English with Pictures and Audio - Let's Eat
26 English words with photographs and audio. The words are food words. More lessons at http://www.my-english-dictionary.com
Simple dialogues In a Hotel - Beginner Spanish
This is a presentation listing phrases that can be used in simple dialogues at a hotel. The phrases are shown in English and in Spanish and the Spanish ones are repeated several times.
(Note: The phrase "I am sorry, we are fully booked" should be translated as "lo siento,...")
Other dialogues in a Hotel - Beginner Spanish
This is the second presentation presenting simple phrases that can be used in dialogues at a hotel. The phrases refer to room number, room keys, luggage, timetables, etc. The phrases are repeated in Spanish several times.
(Note: the phrase "May I ask someone to ..." should be translated as "podría pedirle a alguen que ...!
More Dialogues in a Hotel - Beginner Spanish
This is the third presentation presenting simple phrases that can be used in dialogues at a hotel. The phrases refer to requests and the use of "por favor" y "gracias". The phrases are repeated in Spanish several times.
Charming Snakes- Cobras in the Dark
Cobras are one of the most poisonous snakes in the world. Their most
distinctive feature is their hooded head which they raise to intimidate
prey as it spreading their hood makes them look larger.
Cobras usually eat rodents, eggs, and frogs; but they also eat other
snakes such as rat snakes. Their venom is a neurotoxin and when injected
into prey, it paralyses the animal by shutting down the function of the
nervous system, which ultimately leads to cardiac
National Geographic-Spectacled Cobras Hatching
These inhabitants of India are named for their eye-glass patterned skin. In this video students will see a mother cobra lay about 2 dozen eggs. You can see the embryo a few seconds before the egg hardens. A couple of hatchlings rise up to show the cobra hood. The mother is very attentive to her babies. This is a great teaching resource for elementary/middle school students. It would work well in conjunction with a science lesson on reptiles. It is also a useful resource for building background k
Anaconda vs. Mammal
When you're an anaconda you don't need venom to take down your prey, even if its the world's largest rodent, a capybara, weighing somewhere in the neighboorhood of one hundred pounds! This high quality video is produced by National Geographic. (02:47)
Unlike the majority of snake species, anacondas give birth to live babies - sometimes 40 at a time! Watch as these babies learn to navigate in their new environment. This is a professional video by National Geographic. (02:27)
When you are an anaconda you do not need venom to take down your prey. Watch as an anaconda eats the worlds largest rodent, a capybara, that weighs nearly 100 pounds! Video shows the anaconda's "death grip" as it kills it's prey... may be disturbing to younger children. Shows predator/prey relationships. Run time 02:47
The Green Anaconda Song
This high quality, animated video and song is about the 20 foot long, 300 pound, green Anaconda. See this big snake slither through the jungle - then hide in the water - to wait patiently for his next meal. The song repeats the words "green anaconda" several times and could also be used with younger children while teaching about the color green. Run time 02:51.
This professional video from National Geographic is of a photographer who was bitten by a rattlesnake. Details of the venom's progression and effects on the man's body are explored through animation and his personal account. (4:39)