How Cooper Solved the Problem: Problem Solving
How Cooper Solved the Problem (running time: 5:10) video for session 3.  This video models a student working through a problem involving the number of faces exposed.
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Area of Circles and Trapezoids
The instructor uses an electronic chalkboard to demonstrate how to find the area of circles and trapezoids.  The learner is taken through solving for area using a step by step approach to plugging values in to the formula.

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Finding Area of Complex Figures
The instructor demonstrates how to find the area of complex figures consisting of one or more rectangles.   They show how to break the figure up into two different figures and then add the areas together. The first figure is in the perimeter video, so to find the missing sides you could watch that video or just go on in this video and they give you the measurements. They discuss the formula for area of a square and rectangle and use this to find the area of the two figures and then add
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Geometry - Area
This short clip offers an explanation of area as the measure of space in a two-dimensional object. (01:18) This is a short clip from a larger segment. The video stops just short of giving the area formulas.
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[French For Kids] What Do They Do? Part 7
This brief video, which focuses on activities, has simple sentences spoken by a native speaker in French and the sentences are accompanied by appropriate images. The video, however, may be better served if the English translation were present, especially for beginning French learners. It is well-produced with clear sound.
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[French For Kids] What Do They Do? Part 8
This brief video, which focuses on activities, has simple sentences spoken by a native speaker in French and the sentences are accompanied by appropriate images. The video, however, may be better served if the English translation were present, especially for beginning French learners. It is well-produced with clear sound.
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[French For Kids] What Do They Do? Part 9
This brief video, which focuses on activities, has simple sentences spoken by a native speaker in French and the sentences are accompanied by appropriate images. The video, however, may be better served if the English translation were present, especially for beginning French learners. It is well-produced with clear sound.
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[French For Kids] What Do They Do? Part 10
This brief video, which focuses on activities, has simple sentences spoken by a native speaker in French and the sentences are accompanied by appropriate images. The video, however, may be better served if the English translation were present, especially for beginning French learners. It is well-produced with clear sound.
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[French For Kids] What Do They Do? Part 11
This brief video, which focuses on activities, has simple sentences spoken by a native speaker in French and the sentences are accompanied by appropriate images. The video, however, may be better served if the English translation were present, especially for beginning French learners. It is well-produced with clear sound.
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[French For Kids] What Do They Do? Part 12
This brief video, which focuses on activities, has simple sentences spoken by a native speaker in French and the sentences are accompanied by appropriate images. The video, however, may be better served if the English translation were present, especially for beginning French learners. It is well-produced with clear sound.
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Solving and Graphing Inequalities
Inequalities are useful for finding a range of solutions. Solving and graphing inequalities is a key to finding and showing that range. This video clip explains how to solve inequalities using a lot of the same methods as those in solving multi-step equations when dealing with additive inverses, although some things are different when solving inequalities using multiplication. We graph inequalities using number lines. (1:32)
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World War II: Invasion Of Poland - part 5/5
September 1939 - May 1940 The German and Soviet invasions of Poland, the Winter War, the sinking of the Graf Spee and Britain's apathy during the "phony war" until Britain's defeat in its first military engagement with German land forces in Norway, which led to the rise of Winston Churchill. Interviewees include Lord Boothby, Lord Butler, Admiral Charles Woodhouse, Sir Martin Lindsay and Sir John "Jock" Colville.
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World War II: Invasion Of Poland - part 4/5
September 1939 - May 1940 The German and Soviet invasions of Poland, the Winter War, the sinking of the Graf Spee and Britain's apathy during the "phony war" until Britain's defeat in its first military engagement with German land forces in Norway, which led to the rise of Winston Churchill. Interviewees include Lord Boothby, Lord Butler, Admiral Charles Woodhouse, Sir Martin Lindsay and Sir John "Jock" Colville.
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World War II - Invasion of Poland
1st September 1939 The Beast of War has been unleashed. Video arranged using the Game Theatre of War.(Amateur video with music, slides, text, and a speech in the background by Adolf Hitler.)

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The 50 States Song !!!
This video uses colorful pictures and song to teach the 50 states. Each state is labeled as the song says its name (Running Time 2:11).
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How Was the National Bird Chosen?
Video features 'Benjamin Franklin' and 'Thomas Jefferson' muppets. The puppets discuss choosing the national bird. (This video does reveal the fact that Franklin originally wanted the turkey as the national bird.)
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The Washington Monument
Picture Documentary- Learn more about the Washington Monument through this wordless documentary.
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John Marshall and Roger Taney
This excellent video is accompanied by text and is suitable for high school students. "The Court took a step forward in 1801, when John Marshall became chief justice. Marshall recognized that the Court needed to take its proper place as one of the three equal branches of government and that the Court could act as a major policy shaper for the nation."  (Video is  of high quality with slides and narration.)

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Earl Warren
This excellent video is accompanied by text and is suitable for high school students. "Earl Warren served as chief justice of the Supreme Court from 1953 to 1969. During this time, America experienced great change and turmoil, especially regarding civil rights. Warren believed it was the job of the Court to shape the moral and civil liberties by which the nation should grow in the second half of the twentieth century. Many of the Warren Court's rulings reflected that opinion. Some of his most re
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Warren Burger
This excellent video is accompanied by text and is suitable for high school students. "Warren Burger served as chief justice of the Supreme Court from 1969 to 1986. The Burger Court, not known for activism, was at the center of two highly controversial cases in the 1970s that had a huge impact on the nation: Roe v. Wade and Regents of University of California v. Bakke."
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