The OSU Marching Band provides a vivid visual of the Krebs Cycle as a marching pattern. Screen is divided with the band on one side and an animation of the Krebs Cycle on the other. 1:37 min.
"Ain't Misbehavin'" - Concordia Big Band (Fats Waller)
Filmed Live at the Oscar Peterson Concert Hall for the Concordia University End-of-Year Concert Series, December 13th 2013. Student band directed by Dave Turner. Christina Gentile - Vocals Willis Pride - Piano Blake Pattengale - Guitar Noel Perras - Vibraphone Julien Trudel-Lauzon - Bass Christian Brun Del Re - Drums -Saxophones: Catherine Desrochers (alto), Jenelle Orcherton (alto), Étienne Chauvin (tenor), Katherine Paradis (tenor), Mark Leclerc (baritone) -Trumpets: Mike Cartile, Martin
Decoding Words in Context
Decoding Words in Context - Norbert leads Mandy through strategies to decode the word envelope. Mandy helps Zandro pronounce and understand dandelion.
Staff profiles: Holly Flynn
Holly Flynn talks about her role as the outreach librarian for the Michigan State University Main Library. To read more, go to http://news.msu.edu/story/10078
Solids That Float or Sink in Water - Elementary Science
This is a brief computer-animated (01:36) video that discusses the properties of items that float or sink in water. At the end is a table of items that float or sink in water. Some items in the table may not be familiar: a gherkin is a pickle, a lady's finger is a vegetable similar to okra, and a brinjal is an eggplant.
Dancing Indian Elephants
Watch this cool video form explore.org called “Dancing Elephants.” The explore team shot this terrific film in August of 2007 and features the Asian Elephant of India, who play a key role in Indian society. They are essential for the agriculture of the land and for the religious
ceremonies of the people.
A nice three minute video showing forest elephants meeting in a clearning. The elephant's relationship with each other is shown as well as the importance of mud in their diet. A good video.
Kratts Creatures-Elephants-Educating Emily-Part1
In this video, the Kratt Brothers, Chris and Martin, visit an elephant orphanage in Kenya, Africa, where baby elephants who have been orphaned are taken care of. They help to prepare elephants to be released back into the wild. The orphanage gives the elephants adequate food and shelter.The brothers are introduced to Emily who is one and a half years old. The caretakers take on the role of Emily's mother and teach her the things her mother would have (9:15)
CHIN 102-01, Elementary Chinese, Spring 2007
This syllabus was submitted to the Rhodes College Office of Academic Affairs by the course instructor.,The same as those for Chinese 101. We will finish 8 lessons this semester. Approximately, we will spend seven hours on each lesson. After the Spring Semester, student should be able to hold simple conversations on daily-life topics and to write short passages on topics that we have covered. You should also lean some basic aspects of Chinese culture and society as a necessary part of learning Ch
Komodo Dragon Bite
This professional video from National Geographic showing a Komodo Dragon's teeth. The razor sharp teeth are used efficiently by the dragon in combination with poisonous saliva. This is a nice example of a predator. (03:04)
Learning from the Gecko's Tail
Biologist Robert Full studies the amazing gecko, with its supersticky feet and tenacious climbing skill. But high-speed footage reveals that the gecko's tail harbors perhaps the most surprising talents of all. Run time 11:51.
SP.414 Gender and Media Studies: Women and the Media (MIT)
This course examines representations of race, class, gender, and sexual identity in the media. We will be considering issues of authorship, spectatorship, (audience) and the ways in which various media content (film, television, print journalism, advertising) enables, facilitates, and challenges these social constructions in society. In addition, we will examine how gender and race affects the production of media, and discuss the impact of new media and digital media and how it has transformed a
An authentic work by Discovery Channel. What is sikhism? A program on Discovery Channel takes you to journey from Guru Nanak to birth of Khalsa Panth. Beautiful Shabad (Kirtan, Gurbani) in background by Ragi Bhai Avtaar Singh of Darbar Sahib, Amritsar. (9:22)
Ser vs. Estar
This student made music video includes lyrics to a rap song that will teach students the difference between ser v estar in spanish. Run time 05:12.
Making the DIY Clinometer
Link to Youtube video showing how to make a do-it-yourself clinometer
Place Value to Billions
In this clip learn place value to billions and practice rounding. Larry shows examples on lined paper. He explains all the place values on a place value chart. More lessons at: http://www.MathWithLarry.com
History of Religions
This is an animation of the spread of various religons over time. It moves rapidly and so the teacher may have to stop it at times so that the students can see more clearly the explanations. Good introduction into religion. However, it only deals with the larger religions in terms of followers.
The Magic School Bus Goes On Air - Air Pressure
For the Walkerville space capsule, Ms. Frizzle's class has to put in something on air. Keesha brings an "empty" pickle jar though, "It's not empty; it's filled with air." The rest of the class believes this is extremely pathetic and Ms. Frizzle "accidentally" gets the entire class stuck inside the pickle jar. Conveniently, they have to use air to get out of the jar in time for the space capsule's liftoff. (22:00)
Sky Candles and Whale Roads
Professor David Morley presents the second Poetry Challenge "in which we light up language and warm our minds before a fire of words." This episode is all about magical ways to shape language and poems.