Multiplication of Whole Numbers
This video teaches how to multiply whole numbers without a calculator. It is designed to teach basic multiplication skills.
Subtracting Mixed Fractions
When subtracting mixed fractions, simplify the process by finding the least common denominator. Learn how to borrow from the whole number when subtracting mixed fractions. The instructor uses a document camera to model examples.
How Do You Measure Area?
To measure the area of a given shape, a general rule of thumb is to multiply the length by the width and use square units to express the resulting value. The instructor uses a document camera to demonstrate this concept.
How to Find the Area of Geometric Shapes
Finding the area of geometric shapes requires being familiar with their respective formulas, as each type of shape involves different methods and equations. The instructor uses a document camera to model examples.
Battle of the Bulge
Explains the historical significance of the Battle of the Bulge in World War II. Uses historical photographs with narration.
Montage of World War II historical footage
A visual summary of World War II in video and images, featuring news reel footage and historical photos and video of Hitler, fighters, concentration camps on the Atlantic front, soldier, atomic bomb in Pacific front. Show the new WW II monument in Washington. Current, but relevant music is played in the background. NOTE: some disturbing war pictures.
Terra Cotta Army Video
Basically a historical travel guide. Good information and great images. Students should have a timeline of Chinese history to understand the age of the army.
Sight Reading Exercises for Piano
This video lesson provides an introduction to sight reading and will help with development of "hand-eye" coordination skills. (7:47)
Famous Black Mathematicians Blackwell, Wilkins, and Mickens Described
A few famous black mathematicians include Dr. David Blackwell, J. Ernest Wilkins and Ronald E. Mickens. Learn about the accomplishments of famous black mathematicians from teacher Jimmy Chang who uses a document camera to aide in his lecture.
Rosh HaShana videos: 98 of them
To learn more about the Jewish holiday of Rosh Hashana, Jacob Richman has put together a list of 98 videos on all aspects about its history and cultural aspects. Far ranging topices from dancing to historical information are available. Rosh Hashana is the Jewish New Year 5771.
This video shows an interview to some Rabbis answering the question "What sparked anti-semitism". There is historical background and reference to the New Testament.
Learning about Judaism
This video shows Dr Catanzaro referring to the Torah. He lists some of the most relevant passages and suggest reading them for more information about Judaism. He also summarises the most relevant historical events in Judaism as a way of conclusion.
Follow the Money: Accounting for the Young Entrepreneur Part I
Many young people venture into small businesses with hopes of fulfillment and monetary success. That spirit is the essence of a strong and resilient economy. This tutorial begins a series teaching one of the important skills they need to live their dreams.
Junior Solar Sprint and Hydrogen Fuel Cell Car Competitions
The National Renewable Energy Laboratory hosts the U.S. Department of Energy's Junior Solar Sprint/Hydrogen Fuel Cell (JSS/HFC) Car Competitions. Middle School teams from all over the Colorado Region participate in this fun, educational and exciting event. Teams work together building solar and/or hydrogen fuel cell cars with guidance from a parent or teacher coach to compete in race and design categories. A "Spirit Award" is also presented to the team recognized for good sportsmanship. Building
Vehicle Stopping Distance
If you are traveling 20 mph, how far would your car go before stopping? This video adapted from KET's Street Skills explores the two parts of the stopping process: reaction time, how long it takes your brain to respond, and stopping distance, and the distance traveled between putting on the brake and coming to a stop. Run time 03:51.
The Life and Legacy of Abraham Lincoln
This is video about Abraham Lincoln. It explores the life and legacy of America's sixteenth president through historical information complimented by personal tidbits and legends regarding Lincoln.
Story Retelling Kindergarten Readiness
This video tells how to get your child ready for kindergarten by learning how to help your child learn to retell stories. The expert gives parents examples and ideas on how practice retelling skills. (1:57)
The Manuscripts of the Corporations of Southampton and Kings Lynn - Eleventh report, Appendix; part
An account of the muniments of these two town corporations. They are held now by the Southampton Record Office and by the town of Kings Lynn respectively. Information on modern document locations is derived from the 'Guide to the Location of Collections' (HMSO, 1982).
What Is Turron?
A cooking instructor explains what Turron is. Turron is a sweet treat made from honey, egg whites and pine nuts, almonds or hazelnuts. It is often eaten around Christmas in Italy and Spain. The cooking in instructor gives historical information about how turron has been around since the Roman age.
Learning English-Responding to Please and Thank You
This video shows different ways to reply to 'Please' and 'Thank You'. There are examples acted out and you can read the phrases and words ont the screen. This is a good teaching resource for ELL students. Also this is a good teaching resource for students who struggle with social skills as it helps to show appropriate responses. (6:05)