Classic Sesame Street film-a bee!
This classic Sesame Street video shows real footage of bees on flowers. Some give close ups of bees getting nectar from the flowers. This video is certainly helpful in building background knowledge. This would be beneficial in conjunction with a lesson/unit on flowers and/or bees or as a companion to a story/basal about bees. (1:05)
Dissolved Oxygen Protocol
The purpose of this resource is to measure the amount of oxygen dissolved in water. Students use a dissolved oxygen kit or meter to measure the dissolved oxygen in the water at their hydrology site. The exact procedure depends on the instructions in the dissolved oxygen kit or meter used. The meter requires calibration before use.
General Quiz in Greek
The quiz includes 5 levels of general questions (History, Arts, Athletics, Geography, Sciences, Music). The difficulty of the questions increases depending on the level. Each level includes 10 questions, that are marked proportionally (Level 1:1 point, Level 2:2 points, etc). The maximum points a player can gather is 150. In order to pass to the next level, 50% of correct answers is needed. The quiz is addressed to individuals who are preparing for examinations in general knowledge subjects.
English Reading and Writing Exercises
Based on the Washington State ESL Reading and Writing Basic Competencies (September 29, 2000) The module contains the following levels: English Reading and Writing Exercises - BEGINNER English Reading and Writing Exercises - INTERMEDIATE English Reading and Writing Exercises - ALL THE QUESTIONS Pair Matching Exercises Only. Describing Photos: Cartoons and Animations
Antiviral Agents and Drugs that Treat Tuberculosis
The module contains the following levels: Toxicity Bombardment type 1 Toxicity Bombardment type 2 Toxicity Bombardment type 3 Toxicity Bombardment type 4 Toxicity Bombardment type 5 Mechanism Onslaught Category 1 Mechanism Onslaught Category 2 Mechanism Onslaught Category 3 Mechanism Onslaught Category 4 First Torrent of Indications Second Torrent of Indications Third Torrent of Indications Mechanisms of Action: The Master List Indications for Use: The Master List Antiretroviral Therapy for the
The module contains the following levels: The Origin of Malaria Antimalarial Drug Classes Indications for the Blood Schizonticides Indications for the Various Antimalarial Drugs Mechanisms of Action Blood Schizonticide Toxicity Toxicity of Various Antimalarial Agents Useful Information Sites of Action Terminology Epidemiology Complete Assessment of Antimalarial Drugs
Pharmacotherapy of Acute Coronary Syndrome
The module contains the following levels: Goals of ACS Therapy General Care of ACS Patient Nitrate Therapy in ACS Mechanisms of Action Morphine Sulfate in ACS Dosing in ACS Beta Blockers in ACS Calcium Channel Antagonists in ACS Actual Patient Case Aspirin Therapy in ACS Thienopyridine Antiplatelet Therapy in ACS GP2B3A Receptor Blockers in ACS Total Assessment of Antiplatelets in ACS Anticoagulants in ACS Thrombolytics in ACS ACE Inhibitors in ACS Angiotensin Receptor Antagonists in ACS Aldoste
Time Tracker teaches young children how to tell time using an analog clock. There are ten educational levels ranging from simple hour hand manipulation to complex double-digit subtraction. Upper level equations show a deactivated clock representing the "current" time in conjunction with the main active play clock representing the "configurable" time. Time Tracker uses dynamic leveling algorithm to adjust to the child's ability.
Balance Keeper is an educational tool that helps children practice addition, subtraction, logical thinking, and basic algebra. The purpose of the game is to balance the scale by clicking and dragging weights. Complex problems consist of unknown mystery weights. Through deductive reasoning and trial and error techniques, a child can determine these unmarked weights. Balance Keeper implements fifteen skill levels that automatically adjust in difficulty. Mastering all the levels will definitely jum
Heritage: Civilization and the Jews
This lesson plan deals with the Ancient Near East, early civilization, and early Israelite history. Use maps to explore principal geographic features of the region and to trace migration, and compare the biblical story of the flood with a similar account in the Epic of Gilgamesh. All activities focus on key concepts explored in Heritage. Lesson plans have been designed to allow teachers to select activities appropriate to the grade levels of their classes. Each plan includes teacher's resource p
Fight Bac! Food safety education: Grades K-3
This kid-friendly interactive program - targeted to children from Kindergarten through 3rd grade. Even children can learn about food safety! This important subject has been developed into a fun presentation story in two levels, depending on the age of the children you'll be visiting. Both stories feature that germy culprit of unsafe food practices - BAC. (He's the bad guy – Bacteria.) fightbac.org, the website of the Partnership for Food Safety Education (PFSE), is your resource for Fight BAC!
This lesson introduces an anthropometric measurement system developed to identify and track people in the penal system in late 19th and early 20th century. Students conduct a guided experiment and discussions while collecting anthropometric measurements, exploring the impact of experimental errors in a scientific system, and explaining their observations/findings in writing.
Science and Technology of Mental Illness
This site provides six lessons that help students understand what mental illnesses are. PET images show changes in the brain and how treatment can change activity levels and restore functioning. Case studies and other activities explore differences among illnesses, risk factors, and treatment plan goals. Students develop a brochure to inform people about mental illness.
Counting on Art
In Counting on Art, students will explore the paintings of Horace Pippin and Wayne Thiebaud and the mobiles of Alexander Calder to discover and practice math and visual art concepts.In Pippin's Story, young children (grades K–3) focus on a painting by African American artist Horace Pippin. They will learn how to "read" the clues in a painting and write a story about the work. Students will also solve counting and time problems and create their own "secret number" painting.Calder's Balancing Ac
LangSource is a searchable, annotated bibliographic database of language and culture resources. LangSource can be used by both teachers and learners at all levels in a variety of languages. Currently, the LangSource catalogue offers resources in Arabic, Chinese, German, Hausa, Hindi, Japanese, Korean, Quechua, Spanish, Tamil, and Yoruba.
Apples to Atoms
"Apples to Atoms" is a collection of activities focused on important concepts underlying nanoscience, developed for middle school science and math students. Each of the four chapters (Size and Scale, Measurement, Microscopy, and Surface Area to Volume Ratios) contains a series of linked activities, and readings which provide context for the concepts developed in the activities. Suggested assessment items are also included. The chapters are inter-related, but are designed so they may be taught in
Introduction to X-ray Diffraction
This site is intended as a brief introduction to some of the common x-ray diffraction techniques used in materials characterization. It is designed for people who are novices in this field but are interested in using the techniques in their research. Topics include x-ray generation and properties, lattice planes and Bragg's Law, powder and thin film diffraction, texture measurement and pole figures, residual stress measurements, small-angle x-ray scattering (SAXS), and x-ray crystallography.
Treats in a Basket
Students develop intuitive understandings about the probability of landing on particular board spaces when a die is rolled. They analyze the probability of multiple rolls by making outcome tables, trees, etc. Treats in a Basket is designed to encourage students to experiment with probability. It will motivate students to learn about the subject in order win the most treats. It should be played by students who are already comfortable with fractions. Students should also be familiar with calculat
Going around in circles!: around and about a geometric figure
Geometry can be an exercise arena for strengthening those logic muscles that middle school students need to flex. When we work with a geometric figure—a circle, for instance—and apply the ancient tools of compass and straightedge, geometry can become a rich ground for developing design. And a circle has size, so a unit on this topic necessarily brings in the mathematics of its measurement. Circles, then, is a geometric topic that can provide mental challenge, opportunity for artistic develop
Social Capital and the Distribution of Household Income in the United States: 1980, 1990, and 2000
Social capital is a person or group's sympathy or sense of obligation for another person or group. The objects of sympathetic feelings have social capital. Those holding sympathetic feelings for others provide social capital. Because social capital providers internalize the consequences of their choices, they trade with each other on different terms and at different levels that would occur in arm's length transactions, all other things equal. But changes in the terms and level of trade al