Math Made Easy: Recognizing and Placing Fractions on Number Lines (Part 2)
In this video, the instructor shows you to recognize patterns on number lines and how to use those patterns to correctly place fractions in order from least to greatest. Suitable for fourth-graders to sixth-graders.
The Cathedral in its Urban Context
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Judicial Review and Construction
This excellent video is accompanied by text and is suitable for high school students. "Judicial review and construction are closely tied to the concepts of judicial activism and restraint. Judicial review gives the Court the power to determine whether acts of the government are constitutional. Judicial review is the Supreme Court's primary tool in the system of checks and balances on which the American government is based. The power of judicial review makes the Supreme Court the final authority
The Water Cycle Song
Short video and song explaining the water cycle. Animated with cute drawings, this video is cut short as it is a prelude (advertisement) to a DVD. The music video is simply drawn and simply sung in order for younger minds to understand. The song is by Peter Weatherall. Run time 01:02
The Wonders of the Hydrological Cycle (and Human Impact)
The Hydrologic Cycle (or the Water Cycle) is a cycle of evaporation, evapotranspiration, precipitation and infiltration. (02:18)
The sun heats bodies of waters such as oceans and lakes, which causes the water to evaporate and form water vapor. Water vapor is also transpired from trees and soil. The collection of water vapor condenses to form clouds, which move around the globe by air currents. With the right conditions, clouds precipitate; some of the water absorbs into the ground t
Writing Polynomials in Standard Form
The instructor uses a white board to demonstrate how to write a polynomial in standard form by rearranging the expression in ascending order by degree. This is part of a larger video clip.
In episode 5, we show you how to add a hard drive to a PC. Discussion about Serial ATA vs IDE/EIDE and external USB vs. Firewire. We suffer a power outage, get interrupted by our pizza guy and enjoy the company of a studio audience that helps out with lighting.Close
The Power of Words
When you know words really well, they give you the power to change the world around you. The narrator outlines the different ways that words can help empower your life with a background of the ocean.
Computer Basics : What Is a Scanner?
A scanner takes a picture placed on the scanner screen and digitizes the information in order to present it on the computer screen for manipulation. Learn how to use a scanner, including sending images to different locations on a computer, with tips from a certified computer technician in this video on computers.
Build Sentences with Sight Words
This snippet from a DVD includes 3 sentences. A sentence is spoken using sight words. The sentence builder machine pulls the words from the pile in the correct order. The narrator reads the complete sentence including the ending punctuation. (1:18)
Admiral Grace Hopper
During the 1950s Hopper was obsessed with the growing problem of computer babble, the things couldn’t talk to each other, and so she developed the first English based programming language, Flow Matic, which, after fits and starts, became the foundation for COBOL, one of the important programming milestones in computer progress.
After retiring from industry in 1967, Hopper was called to active duty and spent twenty years bringing order from chaos in the military computer system. In 1992 R
Chill Out- Doggy!
Gizmo must learn how to control his aggression in order to coexist with others in his home and on the street. This short, professional video is part of a series from National Geographic on dog behaviors. Run time 03:13.
Cesar teaches a terrier owner to live "in the now" in order to help her deal with her dog problems. This video is part of a series aired by National Geographic on dog behavior. Run time 03:45.
Research Paper: Choose a Topic and Filter It
This video (9:34) explores how to choose a research paper topic and filter it for time, place, and slant in order to generate a narrow research question and thesis.
Trigonometry - Law Of Sines
Here is the Law of Sines and how to use it to find unknown sides of an oblique triangle in order to solve it. Remember to use this law when the last know value is an angle. (01:22)
William Shakespeare: A Short Biography
A short Power Point biography with subtitles gives facts and identifies some of his most famous plays. Set to music (theme from the film Love Story) with no narration. Random illustrations from books, films, productions. No sources given. (1:52)
How to Calculate the Volume of a Triangular Prism
Calculate the volume of a triangular prism by using a mathematical formula and measuring the base, height and length. Determine the volume of a triangular prism with tips from a teacher.
The Big Book of Gross Stuff: Making Distinctions!
Bart King, a longtime middle school teacher, began writing to get reluctant readers hooked on books. The Big Book of Gross Stuff explores the international standards of grossness, while delving into history and science. This trailer introduces the book. Visit http://ultragross.blogspot.com for more gross stuff! (:42)
Homeschooling Tips : How to Schedule a Homeschool Day
Schedule a homeschool day in a format that works for you in order to tackle important subject matter in an efficient way. Learn how to schedule a homeschool day. Linda Wooldridge has been homeschooling since 1998, and she has been on the PPEA board for three years as the orientation coordinator for Pinellas County.
Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz The video has English captions.
Public Speaking Tip for Kids - Speech Structure This video explains to the audience speech structure, which is the order your speech has. If your speech is out of order the audience will have a hard time following. There are a few ways to have speech structure; chronological, tell them then tell them what you told them. One hint is to have points written down on separate cards and the put them in order; you may have to readjust the cards to get it right. Video is of average q
This video explains to the audience speech structure, which is the order your speech has. If your speech is out of order the audience will have a hard time following. There are a few ways to have speech structure; chronological, tell them then tell them what you told them. One hint is to have points written down on separate cards and the put them in order; you may have to readjust the cards to get it right. Video is of average q