Find out what a neutron is in this video. Neutrons are composed of two down quarks and one up quark. The overall charge of a neutron is neutral. See a proposed visual model of a neutron in this high quality video. (01:20)
In an attempt to contend with the British Navy, Germany began to produce a new weapon of war—the U-boat. U-boats, a common English abbreviation for the German word `Unterseeboot', were submarines. Unlike surface ships, U-boats, did not adhere to the traditional rules of engagement, which required raiders to stop a vessel, examine its cargo, and allow passengers to escape before sinking the ship. Instead, the strength of the submarine was its ability to strike without warning, while its major
How World War One Ended
This 2:48 long video explains the steps that lead to the defeat of Germany. The video also explains what happened in Russia and France. The video uses original footage.
Paris Peace Conference - 1919
The video shows footage of the time. You can see who the leaders of the peace conference were and what they wanted. There are images of destroyed cities. The main aims of the winners are listed. Wilson's suggestions are explained. Post war politics in Germany is explained and the role of communism. There is reference to the way in which the leaders drew the map of Europe anew. There is a map shown. There is an account of the main terms of the The Treaty of Versailles.
The Treaty of Versailles
Nearly one year after President Woodrow Wilson addressed Congress and laid out his Fourteen Points, fighting in Europe had reached its end. In the last weeks of the war, Wilson used the promise of his Fourteen Points to persuade the German people to overthrow Kaiser Wilhelm II and establish an armistice. Under the armistice, Germany had to withdraw behind the Rhine River and surrender its submarines and munitions.
To establish the conditions of surrender for the defeated Central Powers, me
Treaty of Versailles Ends World War
This short video explains how revenge created the treaty and the fact that Germany was not invited to the talks. Eventually it results in an unhappy compromise that results in the rise of Hitler and World War II.
The New Deal
After the Stock market crash Roosevelt introduced "The New Deal." The beginning of government using opinion polls.
New Deal: We Work Again - 1930's
We Work Again is a US government civic-minded film aimed specifically at the unemployed African American population in the wake of the Great Depression. Produced by the Work Projects Administration, the largest New Deal agency, We Work Again works to illustrate how black citizens would not be left out of the FDR's relief plan. We Work Again includes rare documentary footage of the Depression era, depictions of the New Deal in effect, and a rousing choir of singers, ending the film on a hopeful n
New Deal Programs
With unemployment the highest it had ever been in the nation's history, the most pressing problem facing Roosevelt when he took office was to get people back to work. His first request to Congress was for the Unemployment Relief Act, which created the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC). Over the course of its existence, the CCC employed some three million young men on conservation projects such as flood control, draining swamps, and planting trees. The CCC did more than just provide jobs—it kep
FDR and Packing the Supreme Court (2)
With the New Deal in peril, FDR faced a Supreme Court that was against his ideas.
The Infernal Galop (Can can) by Jacques Offenbach
The Infernal Galop is from Orpheus in the Underworld, an operetta by Jacques Offenbach. It is most frequently known as "The Can Can," to which lively Parisian dancers picked up their ruffled skirts and kick their legs up high. The work, first performed in 1858, is said to be the first classical full-length operetta. This version was performed on February 23, 1991 by the Philharmonic Orchestra van Vlaanderen.
The Unit Circle Definition of Trigonometric Function
Using the unit circle to extend the SOH CAH TOA definition of the basic trigonometric functions. In an easy conversational tone, the instructor uses the computer screen as his 'blackboard' and different colors to emphasis his points. For high school students.
Proof: Law of Sines
In thiss video, the instructor offers a simple proof of the Law of Sines. In an easy conversational tone, the instructor uses the computer screen Paint program) as his 'blackboard' and different colors to emphasis his points. For high school students.
What is Lesson Study?
Find out more about the role data analysis plays in beginning a Lesson Study. See how one team of teachers sorts data to determine the focus of a Lesson Study, while you hear more about some of the challenges involved in running Lesson Study in a school. Run time 10:59.
Activity completion in Moodle 2.0
This is a brief one-minute video focusing on activity course completion, which is a new feature in Moodle.
Video of call to action from Bobbi Kurshan Executive Director, Curriki (0:20)
This video shows screenwriting that shows basic multiplication techniques and tricks to complete quickly and easily. The first technique works for all numbers from 10-20 and the second technique for all two digit numbers. The video is narrated well.
Multiplying a 2-Digit Number by a 2-Digit Number: Fast Math Trick of Calculation
Improve your Math calculation speed and power up your weak math with the techniques you learn from this video. You will learn to multiply two-digit numbers with ease by following the clear steps on this video.
Sociology: What is Ethnocentrism?
This is a short video (01:22) about our propensity to judge others by the standard of one's own culture. The video gives an example using an Southeastern Asian standard.
2007 Stark Report On Homelessness (CBS News)
2007 government study finds that there are many more homeless people than beds in shelters, and even that number may be an underestimate.