This video is a slide show, a photo essay about the infamous Nazi concentration camp. There is background music.
Concentration Camp Liberation
This two minute video shows the horror of thousands
of Jewish prisoners in Nazi camps at the time of their liberation by allied troops. This video has actually footage and some of it is grime so view it first. A great lesson for students on what happened if a nation uses hatred to attack a minority.
An Alfred Hitchcock documentary on the Nazi Holocaust
Commissioned by the British Government, this documentary was shot by Director Alfred Hitchcock and depicts the trauma and suffering of World War 2 in Europe. (52:00)
Interviews with survivors of the Holocaust
This is a series of videos that include Testimony Excerpts from a bystander and two survivors. Very moving and insightful. Some videos about two minutes and others close of 30. This would be a great video series to show for International Holocaust Remembrance January 27.
Holocaust Videos: DNA Testing
This video showing how researchers are using DNA analysis on
remains found in Holocaust graves. The discovery of a mass grave in the Ukraine containing remains of thousands of Jews killedby the Nazis that are being tested to find relatives.
Animated Map of Holocaust History
An animated map that shows students where the camps were and much more. A map of Europe is used to show how the events spread and is well worth showing as it clearly indicates that the Holocaust was spread through Europe as the Germans invaded. The movie can be paused so that the students can discuss what was happening and where.
Tracing your Heritage
Genealogy is one of the fastest growing hobbies in America.
In this clip the narrator reports on a woman who is doing genealogy research on her heritage and interviews various professionals about the subject. The clips give useful information and tips on genealogical research.
Using Google News Timeline for Genealogy & Family History
This podcast shows how to use Google News Time line as a way to enhance family history research. It is an ideal tool for people who want to further their genealogy research. Lisa Louise Cooke, host of
the popular Genealogy Gems and Family History: Genealogy Made Easy podcasts at http://www.genealogygems.tv shows you how to use the Google News Timeline step by step to learn more about your family tree. (9:05)
The joy of genealogy and family history
In this clip learn the reasons why people do genealogy and family history. Interviews with different people who have done genealogical research talk about their personal experiences from the family research.
Astrology Planetary Associations
Astrology twelve signs - Each of the twelve signs associates to planet and they are explained in this four minute video. A fun activity for students, but this is not a science.
Talking to Your Kids About H1N1
Amy James from Knowledge Essentials came to the CBS NEWS 9 studio to discuss some tips for discussing H1N1 and the media coverage surrounding "swine flu" with your children.
AIDS Education Part I
Find out how HIV/AIDS education might not give kids the information they need to protect themselves.
Playing Fair--Title IX
Using Title IX to ensure your daughter has equal opportunities in school sports.
Bicycle Safety--Smart Cycling
Rules your children can follow to stay bicycle safe.
Strengthening Character in Physical Education
This is a very good slideshow that gives information about how to strengthen character in a physical education setting. Skip to slide 6 to get to the 'meat' of the slide presentation. (39 slides)
Over the past three decades, the childhood obesity rate has more than doubled for preschool children aged 2-5 years and adolescents aged 12-19 years tripled for children aged 6-11 years. At present, approximately nine million children over 6 years of age are considered obese. (17 slides)
Active Gaming Research
In this video, the university shares the information they have learned about active gaming, along with the impact it has had on students' lives. The active gaming labs use technology to improve learning along with a new type of physical education within the schools and encourages children to use technology while still being physically active. Run time 03:04.
This video begins by showing many different students stating many excuses for not practicing their sports, etc. Then the athletes go on to explain why none of the previous reasons are valid because they all have the common goal to succeed and the desire to prove themselves. ( 2:16)
Student Athlete Faces Diabetes
This video features an interview with an athlete facing diabetes while serving on the swim team. The segment also contains comments from his coach on how the swimmer deals with the challenge. ( 1:31)
The Tale of Psyche and Cupid
This student-made video of the myth of Psyche and Cupid features stop motion animation and other special effects. While the video follows the myth (from Ovid's Metamorphoses) closely enough in the beginning, the ending is very different from the original. This movie won 1st place in the audio visual category of the 2009 Ontario Student Classics Conference. Music and text, no narration, live video and still photography. (5:01)