Verbs of Action and Movement
This lesson deals with action verbs and their uses in English. There is an introduccion showing a castle and some history of the castle. After minute 3:31 the presenter shows the meaning of many action verbs using body language and you can read the words on the screen. There is a definition of "action" and enumeration of action verbs such as stand up, sit down, scratch, etc.
Helping Verb Song
Mrs. Jefferies class was divided into small groups and given the task of memorizing a list of helping/being/linking verbs. They did this by putting the words into various songs. This group used a Justin Bieber song as their tune.
Subjects and Predicates
A video about subjects and predicates. I used ActivInspire for the demonstration.
Color Blindness Test
Video shows color vision test plates commercially used to determine color blindness. Gives directions and then begins presentations of plates. Each "answer" plate is then shown. Video is set to music. Grades 5-12. 6:27 min.
Genesis Chapter 50 - New International Version of the Bible
This video contains a high quality narration of The Book of Genesis, Chapter 50, from the New International Version of the Bible. Scriptures read by professional voice actors, along with good music and sound effects. No moving images.
Clearing the Way -- Wetland Restoration
Footage of the Southern California Edison's wetland restoration project in Del Mar, California. Run time 05:07/
The third classification of rocks are those which were formed deep in the earth's crust by melting and then recrystallization. These rocks include volcanic rocks, igneous rocks of dykes and sills and plutonic rocks such as granite, syenite, gabbro and ultramafic rocks. Many specimens are discussed that are not often found in classroom labs or textbooks. This is an excerpt from this fascinating and informative video from TMW Media.
Development and description of precambrian shields. Some discussion of Canadian Shield and mining. From Planet of Man series of videos. Provided by mineguy101. Run time 09:47.
Capitalizing Works of Art
This video discusses how to properly capitalize the titles of works of art as well as artists' names. It includes examples of correctly capitalized artists' names and works of art as well as incorrectly capitalized works and artists. Audio can be hard to hear in sections of the video.
Explosive Volcanic Eruptions Song
Students will enjoy learning and singing about volcanoes with this cute, fun song. The words to the song are shown on the screen as they are sung. There are good pictures and descriptions. This is a good teaching resource for a lesson/unit on the Earth and or climate. This would also be a good companion resource for the the Common Core Curriculum Unit, Grade 1, Language Arts-Unit 4. (1:57)
What Animals are found in Greenland?
Interview on the wildlife found on land and in the sea, including polar bears, caribou, Arctic fox, in this polar region. Run time 02:50
This film shows footage of the nature and the vastness of the Northernmost region. The film depicts the balance of nature and survival with breath taking scenery and shows the Inuit who inhabit the Arctic to this day.
"This Bulb" Hollywood Stars come together to Discuss how Reverse Effects of Greenhouse Gas
Natalie Portman, Kyra Sedwick, and Chloe Sevigny explain how simply changing a light bulb can help reverse the effects of greenhouse gasses. The clip encourages the use and explains the benefits of fluorescent light bulbs. This video also has music by Aimee Mann. Run time 01:45.
A Wat Forward: Facing Climate Change
In this short documentary you can explore the global impact of climate change and its devastating effects. Learn what scientists suggest in response to these changes. Run time 07:43
Glaciers on the Antarctic Peninsula are melting away at an alarming rate. Scientists in this movie discuss just how much ice is melting away and the ramifications of this. Run time 02:32.
Global Warming and Polar Bears
Learn about global warming and its affects on the endangered polar bear in the Arctic. Run time 03:12.
Arctic Ice Mostly Gone by 2019? Video
GreenlandData released this week by researchers who spent three months this spring measuring ice on the Arctic Ocean suggests that the North Pole could be largely open sea in summer within a decade—and ice free by 2029.
Long ago, only the rich could afford colorful textiles. The search for new colors in the mid 1800s boosted the development of modern chemistry. Color is explained in terms of light and pigment. Join with experts to observe chemistry in action. Synthetic dyes were first discovered by an 18 year old chemist, and the video demonstrates how the first one was accidentally discovered.
Nanotechnology for Kids. Part of the series: All About Nanotechnology. Nanotechnology information is available for kids through the National Science Federation and other government projects that promote nanotechnology to children. Run time 01:49.
Introduction to Nanochemistry
Introduction to nanochemistry and why it is important to scientists today. Discusses both the positive and negative impacts of nanotechnology. Good demonstrations. Grades 9-12. 2:59 min.