How to Make Paper Cranes
This 4:30 long video is a step-by-step overview of how to make a paper crane using origami. Moves slowly and easy to follow.
Routines in Everyday Math-- Frames and Arrows
This video helps teachers and parents work with students on the EDM routine. Run time 3:36.
Routines in Everyday Math: What's my Rule?
A video to assist teachers and parents in working with students on the EDM routine including what's my rule. Students determine what rule is being used in the mathematics equation. (6:00)
Routines in Everyday Math-- Name Collection Boxes
Students learn how to use a name collection box. It starts with a specific number and then you have to determine different ways to name or show that number. Run time 3:25
Tone & Mood Words
Recognizing tone and mood when reading is an essential skill needed to fully understand any narrative. Photos show examples of tone and mood expressions. The tone and mood words appear as slide captions. Very clever. (4:14)
Synonyms and Idioms Create Tone and Mood
Teacher introduces the Thesaurus and how to use it. Then she moves to an exploration of synonyms and idioms for the words, angry, happy and sad. Musical background fits the tone of the words. (6:05)
This video concerning the tone of a story is by a college professor, however, the information presented by the instructor will be readily understood by middle and high school students. Instructor: Assistant Professor Adam Crowley, Husson University.
General Information About Tone
This video concerning tone in a story is by a college professor, however, the information presented by the instructor will be readily understood by middle and high school students. Instructor: Assistant Professor Adam Crowley, Husson University.
University of Liverpool : Victoria gallery & museum
This is the website of the Victoria Gallery and Museum, based at the University of Liverpool. The art collection has works from the 16th to 21st centuries, with over 6,500 items. Highlights include a number of Audubon oil paintings (the largest collection outside America), ceramics from the Sir Charles Sydney Jones collection and a modern sculpture collection. The Museum section shows items from the University collection covering a range of areas such as animal skeletons and X-ray studies. There
"Session 3 (Futures) - History Textbooks and the Profession: Comparing National Controversies in a G
A symposium panel featuring the following papers: "School Textbooks as Collective Memory and Social Design: Some Thoughts on Developing a World Consciousness" — Hanna Schissler (Georg Eckert Institute for International Textbook Research, Braunschweig, Germany); "Historical Reconciliation: A Tool for Conflict Resolution" — Elazar Barkan
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Thinking the Impossible
Thinking the Impossible: 100+ Years of Science and Technology at the University of Arizona. Innovation is a tradition at the UA. This video answers these questions: What if a super detective app could stop criminals in their tracks? What if we could engineer joints that worked as well as the originals? What if unlocking the genetic secrets of rice gave us a blueprint for feeding the world? What if we cold re-engineer urban habitats to prevent the extinction of thousands of wild species? What if
Young At Heart: Judy Blume - Featured on The News Hour: 1 of 2
Jeff Brown interviews Judy Blume. In this interview Judy Blume is 66 years old. This interview took place the morning after she received an award from the National Book Foundation in a book store in New York City. She was the first author to win this award for young people's literature. She wrote these books, starting in the 1970's, when she was a wife and mother. She talks about how she loved to read when she was young and how she wanted to relate to the child and the family in the book. (4:0
Judy Blume - Featured on The News Hour: 2 of 2
This is a continuation of an interview done by Jeff Brown. In this section of the interview Judy Blume talks about how her life right now makes it harder for her to write. She has a lot going on and can't really find the time to write. She needs to lock herself away and then write. She says when you write you need to write from deep inside and as truthfully and honestly as you can. Mr. Brown discusses how some of Judy Blume's books have been critized because of some of the things she has wri
Gary Paulsen Lecture on running his dogs - part 3 of (prbably 4) Lecture took place on October 27, 2007. In this portion of his speech he talks about his dog Cookie, the start of the race and how his lead dog did not follow the path of the race, but instead gets lost in Anchorage. This portion of the speech is very humorous and ihelps to show that people who have a hard time growing up can become positive. His audience loves him! (3:34)
Lecture took place on October 27, 2007. In this portion of his speech he talks about his dog Cookie, the start of the race and how his lead dog did not follow the path of the race, but instead gets lost in Anchorage. This portion of the speech is very humorous and ihelps to show that people who have a hard time growing up can become positive. His audience loves him! (3:34)
Darden School of Business Overview & Tour
A visual tour of the University of Virginia Darden School of Business and the surrounding community. This is the English language version.
Lewis and Clark Animated Movie
In this animated video, students will learn about the travels of Lewis and Clark. The narrator tells of their expedition as they discover animals, rivers. Good illustrations of maps, forts, rivers, etc. are shown. Lewis and Clark had discovered important information about the new United States territory and the people who lived in it, as well as its rivers and mountains, plants and animals. This is a good teaching resource for a lesson/unit on United States History. Content is appropri
We learn why breakfast is the most important meal of the day after Fizzy oversleeps for the mayor's inspection and frantically rushes to get the Lunch Lab ready without having eaten breakfast. (4:30)
2-D and 3-D Shapes in the Real World
Learn about shapes using real world examples. This video takes the learner on a tour of real world examples of 2D and 3D shapes.
Henry Cole (Victor Vito)
Henry Cole was once a beloved teacher (Science grades 1-5) , so much so that decades after he left teaching to pursue an illustrating career, Reading Rockets fondly recalled Henry Cole's influence on him. Talking head talks about the joy of exploring nature and identifying things, respect and love for nature. Then dicusses and shows example of sketching, which leads to final art. (4:49)