Properties of a Parallelogram
Students learn the definition of a parallelogram, which states that if a quadrilateral is a parallelogram, then opposite sides are parallel. Students also learn the following theorems related to parallelograms. If a quadrilateral is a parallelogram, then opposite sides are congruent. If a quadrilateral is a parallelogram, then opposite angles are congruent. If a quadrilateral is a parallelogram, then the diagonals bisect each other. Students are then asked to solve problems related to the proper
Sartre 2 of 7 Video starts when Sartre is a school teacher, in his spare time he developed a strong interest in phenomenology, a new branch of philosophy that offered a radical account of the workings of human conscience. In 1933 he went Berlin to study with a leader in that field. When he came back to Paris, the big idea he came back with was to relate to an item in the world rather than a representation of it in your he
Video starts when Sartre is a school teacher, in his spare time he developed a strong interest in phenomenology, a new branch of philosophy that offered a radical account of the workings of human conscience. In 1933 he went Berlin to study with a leader in that field. When he came back to Paris, the big idea he came back with was to relate to an item in the world rather than a representation of it in your he
Preschool Kids Songs-Alphabet
Preschool songs & kids songs for circle time to help learn the alphabet.http://www.preschoollearningonline.com/preschoolkidsongs.htmlhttp://www.activityschoolbus.com
This video is an introduction to reflexive pronouns. The lesson presents examples of reflexive pronouns and gives the viewer an opportunity to try and select the correct reflexive pronouns to complete a sentence.
Life in Tropical Forests
Describes animals and plants found in tropical forests. Shows video of the specific animals. Also identifies the climate and locations. Mentions the effects of the destruction of the forests on the animals. Run time 1:56.
Basic Math: Sieve of Eratosthenes
This lesson consists of showing you how to use the Sieve of Eratosthenes to find all prime numbers below a certain value. In this case, below 100.
Amusing introduction to beryllium
This introduction to the element beryllium (atomic number 4) covers its main uses and properties. It is very toxic, invisible to x-rays, expensive, and used in some high-tech equipment. Those working with beryllium are advised not to lick their fingers. Combines amusing demonstrations with talking to the camera by a wild-haired chemistry professor. Part of a series called Author(s):
In this video from WPSU’s Outside, a staff member at Shaver’s Creek Environmental Center at Penn State University provides tips on backyard bird feeding during the winter. Topics include the selection, placement, and cleaning of feeders. To attract birds for viewing, and to contribute to their welfare, it is important to understand their needs and behaviors. Placing a bird feeder close to a window will prevent collisions with glass. Offering seeds and suet can provide birds with the energy t
Blue Jay-Identification and Characteristics
This video describes how to identify a Blue Jay as well as the
characteristics of the bird including location, behavioral habits, and diet (Running Time 1:12).
The Mallard Duck
This video describes how to identify a Mallard Duck as well as the
characteristics of the bird including location, behavioral habits, and diet. Run time 01:08.
How Things Work : How Is Iron Mined?
Iron is generally found near the surface and is mined, in the form of iron oxide, with the use of large machines. Find out how iron is mined from math and science teacher Steve Jones. There are English captions.
Everyone knows that water can't flow uphill. Not so fast... when this goo is poured back and forth between two beakers, Gravi-Goo mysteriously siphons from the higher held beaker to the lower one. Maybe water can flow uphill. An explantation is provided (3:00).
Normal Force and Newton's Third Law
In this video, Sal Khan of Khan Academy, discusses the normal force counteracting the force of gravity. Mr. Khan uses computer software for demonstration. (04:44)
Fun Science Projects for Children : Ingredients for Ooze in Science Class
Making ooze in real life is easy! What ingredients and materials are needed to make ooze? Learn in this science video with expert Karen Weisman. This video walks you through the step by step process of making ooze. It is explained clearly, and even has captions to help you out.
How to Write a Poem
Writing a poem is very easy. Subject can be an idea, a feeling, a group or rhymes or even lines of words. This video is an interview with no student examples.
Daedalus and Icarus - Part One
After Athenian inventor Daedalus accidentally kills his nephew, he flees to Crete to be with his son Icarus. There he is employed by King Minos to build a labyrinth to imprison the beastly Minotaur. Since Daedalus knows the secret of the labyrinth, Minos imprisons the inventor and his son, and their only means of escape is with wings made from feathers and wax. Icarus flies too close to the sun and his wings melt, sending him to a watery grave. Daedalus blames Minos for his sons death, and he w
Norse Mythology: Day and Night, Sun and Moon
At first the world was a dark and gloomy place, even with the great open sky. The Gods had to create the sun and the moon. They also had to invent day and night to make his time better. Night was the daughter to Narfi, she was beautiful creature. Night and her second husband had a daughter named Earth. Night and her third husband named Dawn and they had a fair hair shining sun named Day. The sun and t
Phillis Wheatley - A documentary
Who was Phillis Wheatley? - American slave and poet. A documentary presented by a man who is directly sharing the information. You see the man on the screen as he shares information about Phillis Wheatley and her poetry. Some of the information he shares scrolls across the screen. (4:11)
Evolution Ep2: Great Transformations (2/6)
From the development of the four-limbed body, to the journey of animal life from water to land, to the emergence of humans, this video focuses on the important evolutionary changes that triggered Earth's incredible diversity. This documentary is suitable for high school grades. Run time 09:48.
Reading Comprehension | Cause and Effect | Second Grade
The narrator tells an Aesop fable about a farmer, his son, and their donkey. Lesson possibilities include cause and effect. There are no moving images in this video, just narration. (02:58)