Advanced three Ball Juggling Tricks : The Claw Juggling Trick
2:25 Learn the claw juggling trick in this free juggling video. Expert: Malik Haddadi Pop and Claw Lesson flys in a triangle pattern with beanbags.
Harry Potter Character Introductions
"The Mysterious Ticking Noise" is a cute video introducing the primary characters in the Harry Potter series via finger puppets. Rhythmic and fun, these finger puppets are well done.
Marionette Bill Robinson Tap Dance
Presented at the Bob Baker Marionette Theater, this excellent example of marionette puppetry is set to Bill "Bojangles" Robinson's "Keep a Song in Your Soul". The puppet tap dances his way through the song as Bill Robinson's voice explains the steps.
How to Make a Sock Puppet
With the help of her aunt, three year old Jaylee explains the making of a sock puppet. As the sock puppet develops, it is animated to show each step. Adding eyes, a mouth, a nose, hair and decoration, the video ends with the sock puppet and Jaylee singing "Tomorrow" from Annie and then Jaylee giving the sock puppet hugs. Appropriate for young children. (5:36)
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Geography of East Asia
Learn the geography of East Asia in a fun and memorable way! A song that teaches about the geography of Asia .
Strychine Poisoning in Toads Strychnine is the principal alkaloid in nux vomica, the seeds of a tree strychnos nux vomica native to India. A toad is used in demonstrating the CNS ecitatory effect of strychnine.
Strychnine is the principal alkaloid in nux vomica, the seeds of a tree strychnos nux vomica native to India. A toad is used in demonstrating the CNS ecitatory effect of strychnine.
First this video talks about singular and plural nouns and when to use a or an with singular nouns. Then the video begins to discuss demonstrative pronouns by providing examples. It tells to use this and that with singular nouns and these and those with plural nouns.
Explosion simulates mysterious Buncefield blast
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University Certificate in Midwifery This educational module has been developed to support the University Certificate in Midwifery at the University of Malawi and upgrading midwifery programmes. It combines a number of new strategies that are being piloted by the Maternal and Chi
This educational module has been developed to support the University Certificate in Midwifery at the University of Malawi and upgrading midwifery programmes. It combines a number of new strategies that are being piloted by the Maternal and Chi
074 Special Exhibition: The Roman Mosaic from Lod, Israel
Curator Christopher Lightfoot brings to life the colorful animals of air, land, and sea that populate a large floor mosaic from the ancient Roman Empire that was discovered accidentally in 1996 during road construction in Israel.
The Smash Shot in Badminton
The Smash Shot in Badminton. Part of the series: How to Play Badminton. In this clip learn the basics of the game from footwork and grips as well as body position. Easy for students to follow.
Facts About Johannes Vermeer
Johannes Vermeer was one of the earliest artists to use a camera obscura, which transferred an image through a lens and onto paper or canvas to trace. Understand why Vermeer's work is so luminous and subtle with information from an experienced artist. (01:59)
Expert: Koorosh Angali
Bio: Dr. Koorosh Angali is an accomplished scholar, poet, musician, actor and performance artist.
Filmmaker: Todd Green
Breakingviews: Activism in the toilet
June 4 - Breakingviews editors discuss how Nomura shareholders will vote on matters of bathroom style, armpit odor and "crystal roles" thanks to an activist's snarky approach to the bank's troubles.
There's a place in Ohio where people live in simpler times. No traffic
jams, limited technology. It's a place where family and place come
first. Our Ohio travels to Holmes County to experience the world's largest Amish community.
U.S. Dust Bowl of 1930's
This video clip is a segment from Discovery Channel's Making of a Continent about the dust bowl wind erosion of the 1930's. (2:54)
Visual French- Five French words (# 3)
The instructor pronounces 5 words (les mots) of color in this brief video. There is no English, but the actual color appears in a small circle on the screen.
Loempia bakken Dit leermiddel bevat een stappenplan om een loempia te maken.
Dit leermiddel bevat een stappenplan om een loempia te maken.
Women and Minorities In WWII
Women and minorities served in greater numbers than they did during the First World War. Some 333,000 women enlisted, about a third of them in the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps (Wacs). Women in the other branches were known as Waves (Navy) and Spars (Coast Guard), but female marines had no distinctive designation. Women were employed in non-combat roles but many of them—especially nurses and pilots who ferried planes to the theaters of war—found themselves in dangerous situations.
Cold War: Soviet Dissolution - part 1/5
1989 - 1991 The U.S. proves the stronger, the Soviet Union implodes. Germany is reunified. Shorn of its empire and communist domination, Russia faces its future with its economy in chaos. The balance of terror that has kept the peace for more than 40 years vanishes. The Cold War has ended without the use of nuclear weapons.