Aristotle Part 4
Aristotle is one of the most important founding figures in
Western philosophy. He was the first to create a comprehensive system of Western philosophy, encompassing morality and aesthetics, logic and science, politics and metaphysics. Aristotle's views on the physical sciences profoundly shaped medieval scholarship, and their influence extended well into the Renaissance, although they were ultimately replaced by modern physics. In the biological sciences, some of his observations were only
Wolf Rescue at the Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center
Amanda travels to Divide, Colorado to learn about reestablishing the
wolf population in the Southwest. She learns about the history of the
wolf and hears the sound of the wolf pack as they bid her good-bye.
The Great American West
Director Reed Smoot's account of frontier settlement. This account is based on excerpts from diaries and letters. This snippet covers a broad and vast portion of American history.
History of Ground Hog's Day
Ever wonder about the history of Groundhog day. Here it is. It is rather interesting, religiously-rooted description with modern music. (Amateur video)
Is it possible for distant galaxies to be moving away from us faster than the speed of light? And if it is would it be possible for us to see them? Surprisingly the answer to both questions is a resounding YES. How is that possible? How can something travel faster than the speed of light? Today we will try and paint an accurate picture of the Universe based on the Lambda-Cold-Dark-Matter model, which is the best cosmological model today. Once we have painted that picture, the answers to our ques
An Introduction to Christianity as a World Religion
A recorded speech from Dr. David Perrin, of St. Jerome's University in Waterloo, Ontario, who explains what Christianity is, its history and its beginnings. It is only recorded on one channel, so it comes out your left speaker only. As well, there is a biography of Dr. Perrin superimposed over his image from 1:37 to 2:37 on the video.
History of Christmas
In a History of the Holidays video, learn about the origins of Christmas. Although many of us only associate the birth of Christ with the holiday, most of us do not realize that many aspects of Christmas come from different winter celebrations. A five minute vidoe that does a good job of explaining why the holiday was celebrated when it is and what it is symbolic of. Excellent data.
July 4, 1776: U.S. Declares Independence
This day in history explains what happened on the Fourth of July in America. Very short video that briefly talks about the more interesting historical events that occured on the Fourth. Best used as an introduction to this day in history type assignments or as a timeline assignments
History of Cinco de Mayo
The video explains the history of Cinco De Mayo. Cinco De Mayo is about a battle that happened May 5 in 1862 in Puebla, Mexico. French soldiers, with better equipment, outnumbered Mexican soldiers but against all odds, were defeated by the Mexican Army, led by Ignacio Zaragoza
Cinco de Mayo
Cinco de Mayo is a Mexican holiday. Learn about what people on the streets of Los Angels, California know about the holiday as they are interviewed about the history of Cinco de Mayo. (Amateur video)
Days of the Week Song
Learning the days of the week through song and pictures. White letters on black ground for days of the week. Chorus has children touch body parts. Also touches on definition of a day. Last 40 seconds (2:15 on) is a commercial. (2:52)
Which U.S. Presidents Have Been Assassinated?
Four U.S. presidents have been assassinated, including Abraham
Lincoln, James Garfield, William McKinley and John F. Kennedy. An American history teacher explains the circumstances of these presidential assassinations in this video.
A Brief History Presidents and Events
Final Review Video. AP U.S. History. This is an excellent, if not quick review of what happened during the presidential terms up to Clinton . This could be used to make notecards,an illustrated timeline, or to make a list of important events to learn for grades four and up. Not much depth.
History of Valentine's Day
In this nearly four minute video students learn the history of Valentine's Day. Learn about St. Valentine, cupid, and why the holiday is celebrated on February 14th.
Presidential Inaugurations Throughout US History
Production of Mojo.com on Presidential inaugurations throughout US history. It includes trivia including that until the passage of the 20th amendment Presidents were not sworn in until March when the weather was better. Exceptions to the 20th amendment have come due to the deaths of Franklin Delano Roosevelt and John F. Kennedy as well as the resignation of Richard M. Nixon. (2:57)
How Do Rockets Work
A history of rockets and how they work. Types of fuel and a good explanation of how the rocket works make this a good video considering its 4 minute length.
Sedona Native American Culture and History
This Sedona video is an excerpt of The Natural Wonders of Sedona's timeless beauty. This portion of the video is about the Native American History of Sedona.
Excellent video in which Sojourner Truth (an actress obviously) tells about her personal experience. This is great for Black History Month or Famous Women Month. Her "Ain't I a Woman" speech is fantastic.