This video is accompanied by text. "In his 1794 book The Age of Reason, Thomas Paine advanced a religious philosophy called Deism that struck at the tenets of organized religions, particularly Calvinism as it was practiced by the Puritans. Paine claimed that churches were “set up to terrify and enslave mankind, and monopolize power and profit.” These thoughts were shocking to Americans who were imbued with a strong religious tradition. At the same time, Paine’s ideas appealed to many Ameri
Dolch Words 151 200
Dolch words 151-200 (also called sight words) are presented on slides. There is no audio on this clip. More Dolch Words fromFrom http://www.Dolchword.com This is the 4th of the Dolch Power Series.
Dolch Words 201 220
Dolch words also called sight words are shown on slides. There is no audio in this clip. More Dolch words at :http://www.DolchWord.com. This is the 5th and last in the Dolch Power Series.
What are the guts of a computer? The 7 major components are the motherboard, CPU, RAM, Video card, power supply, hard disk and optical drive. This short video shows all the parts and explains what each does. (3:25)
Hot to Install and Assemble Computer Components
Learn how to install computer components and parts like the mother board, the power supply, and fans, with this how to assemble a computer from this computer. Students need to see the inside of a classroom computer to understand how to do this because the video isn't well done. (5:59)
How to Shoot a Soccer Ball with Power
How to Shoot a Soccer Ball with Power. Part of the series: How to Kick a Soccer Ball. Strike with your laces to maximize power when kicking a soccer ball; learn more and get soccer ball shooting tips in this free beginner soccer (football or futbol) skills short video lesson.
What it Means to be Canadian
This is a clip of a school geography project. In the video a student gives his perspective on what it means to be Canadian and discusses Canadian population, political geography, Canadian health care, sports, and other useful information and images of maps of Canada and Canadian geography. He talks about the history of Canada as a story with drawn illustrations.
Presidential Campaign: I Like Ike
Television animation political ad.
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
The American Revolution
This is an 11-minute video that explains both the geographical and political causes of the Revolution. This would be a good video to start a study of the war and includes primary document quotes. Best used with a map of the colonies so students could follow the evidence better.
Dia De Los Muertos / Day of the Dead Poetry Reading
This reading is done from the author Olivia Garcia. See vivid images that deal with the day of the dead celebration that takes place in Latin America. This video would be great for understanding the perspectives behind this holiday.
Map Lesson for Primary Grades
This is a great slide show for students to learn about maps and the different kinds of maps (political, relief). The words are large and can easily be seen if using a projector in a classroom. (Only pictures, no narration or music)
Civil Rights Legislation
Following the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, Jr., on November 22, 1963, Vice President Lyndon Baines Johnson mournfully assumed the role of the nation's leader. Johnson, a former senator from Texas, served as the Senate Democratic Leader for most of his congressional career. His political role model was Franklin Delano Roosevelt, and Johnson openly followed Roosevelt's push for social welfare reform.
Dorothy I. Height, last filmed interview, 98 years old
A founding matriarch of the American Civil Rights Movement. President of the American Council of Negro Women for 40 years. Height was among the coalition of African American leaders who pushed civil rights to the center of the American political stage after World War II, and she was a key figure in the struggles for school desegregation, voting rights, employment opportunities and public accommodations in the 1950s and 1960s.
The first Americans came from Asia, beginning as early as thirty thousand years ago, over a land bridge that formed at the Bering Strait during the Ice Age. The new immigrants were hunters and gatherers, and over a period of fifteen thousand years various groups spread over the American continents. By the time of the European “discovery” of the New World, there were perhaps as many as 100 million native Americans, the vast majority living in Central and South America.
The development o
Learn Prepositions (Animation) Video describes what prepositions are. Video is in the form of Power Point. Video gives good definition and examples. Narrator has an accent and at times may be hard to understand. Video is of good quality and appropriate for elementary and middle school students.
Video describes what prepositions are. Video is in the form of Power Point. Video gives good definition and examples. Narrator has an accent and at times may be hard to understand. Video is of good quality and appropriate for elementary and middle school students.
"Digital storytelling is the modern expression of the ancient art of storytelling. Digital stories derive their power by weaving images, music, narrative and voice together." This slide show gives suggestions for creating digital stories. This is a slide show with no sound.
Renewable Energy Report from the European Union
Most of the energy we use today to help power industry, vehicles, and
appliances for everyday living come from the combustion of fossil
fuels. Fossil fuels release energy in the form of carbon. This carbon is
of organic origin, and dead organic matter, accumulating and forming
layers under the surface of the earth over millions of years, forms
fuels like petroleum. These sources of energy are called non-renewable
as they will not last forever and human bei
Turning Point: State of the Earth and a Shift in Public Opinion
Green is going mainstream. A shift in public opinion has made climate change a political issue and businesses see that going green means more money for them. This professionally produced movie discusses how public opinion has helped the world take steps to fight global pollution and reduce carbon emissions. (6:09)