Take a Computer Tour
Have you ever wondered what is on the inside of your computer? This video takes a look at the inside of a computer and examines its seven major parts. (3:24)
Learn What a Computer Bus is
If you're working with computers for any length of time, you're going to hear the term "bus". No, they're not talking about the big, yellow thing that takes kids to school. It's a means for different components in your computer to send and receive information. A bus is a physical connection that is made up of cables and circuits so the devices and parts of your computer can communicate. (1:36)
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How to Install a Graphics Card
There are a few reasons you might want to upgrade your graphics or video card. If you are into gaming, run duel monitors or have updated to a high resolution monitor you might want to upgrade. This video discusses how to find the graphics card, how to choose a graphics card, and how to install it. (2:46)
Different Types of Clouds (Time-Lapsed Photography)
This two-minute video which is accompanied by upbeat music shows a series of different cloud types including Cirrus, Cumulus, Cumulonimbus, and Stratus clouds. This was a Featured Video on YouTube.
This 3D medical animation shows a heart attack resulting from atherosclerosis, which is inflammation of an artery. It was designed to be an immersive experience to hold the viewer's interest in this complex, slow-developing process. Every shot was conceptualized as a visual effect to evoke the sensation of a journey within a dynamic and diverse environment. Beginning with the probable cause, which is damage to the endothelial wall, the story progresses in detail through the stages of atheroscler
The United States Constitution is a relatively brief document that established the foundation upon which the American government is built. It outlines the framework and procedures of the government and sets limits on governmental power. (Video is narrated with slides and speeches.)
The Constitution was founded on several basic principles that help to keep it relevant today. These are the principles of popular sovereignty, limited government, separation of powers, checks and balances
Black Bear Mother and Two Cubs Prepare for Hibernation - BBC Wildlife, Great Photography
This informative video explains why bears hibernate. Students will learn how much effort is spent on survival during winter in the world of the big sky bears, mother and two cubs. Absolutely amazing nature photography from the USA bear wild habitats. This is a great resource to help build background knowledge and to help make real world connections between nature and the classroom. (3:49)
Project for AP World History 2009 Music by Tool Video and Images Taken from: The Discovery Channel Howstuffworks.com History.com It discusses imperialism (mainly in Africa)and how it started.
How to Subtract Mixed Numbers
The instructor uses a small whiteboard in this short three-minute tutorial to demonstrate how to subtract mixed numbers. The instructor shows how to convert mixed numbers to improper fractions so that one can subtract. The video goes step-by-step and is easy to understand.
Teach Me How To Factor
Parody of Teach Me How To Dougie by Cali Swag District Teaches how to factor. The music may be a bit much for some, but the lesson is sound. A good change of pace for algebra classes.
Property of Exponents
This short video reviews how to multiple and divide with exponents. It moves very rapidly and has a narrator without any board examples.
At a Hotel
This slide show presents vocabulary related to hotels. The vocabulary is presented with images and words are seen on the screen. The list is presented quite quickly and there is no repetition.
In the Street
This video is a slide show presenting vocabulary for things you see in the street. The viewer can read what the presenter says on the screen. There are definitions of the words presented. (05:23)
For English Language learners, this video offers English words for items around the city (01:12). Each word is said once as it appears on the screen.
This slide show presents vocabulary related to airports. The words are presented with colorful images and they are not repeated.
School and Office
This video is a slide show presenting vocabulary related to School and Office situations. The vocabulary is presented with images and you can read the words.
Discovery Kids - Doki Descubre Estaciones del Año
This animated one-minute video is in Spanish and gives information about the four seasons.
The Color Blue Song
This is a cute video that introduces the color blue. Words are highlighted at the bottom of the screen as the song is sung. Photographs are shown that match song. Some of the pictures include the sky, sea, planet Earth. Some of the lyrics include "The sky above is colored blue. B-L-U-E, blue". (to tune of B-I-N-G-O) Content is appropriate for young learners and this video would work well in conjunction with a introductory or review lesson on colors. (0:54)
Biography: Mussolini: Italy's Nightmare
Renegade socialist, brutal dictator, Hitler's evil accomplice: here is the rise and dramatic fall of Benito Mussolini, the fascist Italian leader of WWII.
How to Make a Submarine
The science boffins are going to show us how to make a submarine in a
bottle. The submarine in this experiment is known as a Cartesian diver.
It is named after Rene Descartes, a famous French scientist,
mathematician, and philosopher.