Fraction, Decimals, and Percents - Math Review Jeopardy
This is a Jeopardy game math review and it's interactive! The instructor may have to slow down or pause the video so that the students will have time to select the answer.  You can answer right on the video!
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Mr Duey - Fractions Music Video
Mr. Duey sings a rap song about fractions in this short, music video.Â  The video does not have much learning content but is a catchy tune and could be used by a teacher as an introduction to a fractions unit. In the video, Mr. DueyÂ specifically teaches you how to turn an improper fraction into a mixed number and how to turn a fraction into a percent. Lyrics include "I'll teach you how to get rid of an improper fraction, teach ya how to get a percent from a fraction.Â  I'll teach ya everything
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Fractions, Decimals, and Percents
From the Go Figure video series: In this video, the math concepts of fractions, decimals and percents are presented in a fun and engaging way. Those students wanting to review the basics within these three areas will find this study-aid an effective way to do so. Video is slow moving at the beginning. Run time 16:23.
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Beginning FractionsÂ - Sample
Cool music, colorful animation, and lots of humor—thats our secret formula for getting kids excited and motivated to learn about fractions and decimals. Kid-appealing songs and rhymes help students of all ages learn new terms and remember the rules about congruent parts, equivalent fractions, proper and improper fractions, mixed numerals, decimals, and more. (2:20)
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Working with Fractions
This is a quick video with example on how to add, subtract, mutiply and divide fractions.
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Converting Fractions to Percent
This 1:34 video is about a learning trick to help to learn how to convert fractions into percent.
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Operations with Decimals
The instructor demonstrates how to perform operations with decimal numbers.  Several examples are done modeling all four operations.  This video is of good quality.
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Equations with Decimals
In this video they start with easy word problems using decimals. Then they move on to multi-step word problems using decimals. This problem is complicated and a little confusing if you are not completely competent in decimals. Video is good quality and good for all students as a review or initial learning of the topic.
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Who Invented Fractions?
This short video is from Jimmy Chang, who has a master's degree in math and has been a math teacher at St. Pete College for more than eight years. Â Mr. Chang discusses the history of fractions.
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An informal introduction to why we need to learn about fractions, with examples from sports, food, etc.Â  This is the introduction to a longer lesson (Lesson 6) consists of a general tutorial about fractions. NOTE: the use of printed notes is integrated with the video (although not this introductory segment of the video).Â  Just the teacher in front of a whiteboard, with some silly introductory stuff.Â  The actual content begins around 1:45.

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Fractions
An eighth grade student created MathLand and host "Seven." The claymation shows basic fractions and the different ways they can be expressed. Well done. Â (2:13)
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Math Made Easy: Introduction to Fractions (Part 1)
In this video, the viewer is introduced to fractions and shows how to find the numerator and denominator. For third-grade students and older.
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Math Made Easy: Introduction to Fractions (Part 2)
In this video,Â the instructor doesÂ a couple of exampleÂ problems to show how to identify the denominator and numerator. For third-graders and older.
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National Geographic-River Catfish
In this video students will witness Zeb Hogan, an aquatic ecologist, identify, track, and try to protect the largest freshwater fish in the world. This river catfish is one of the fish that Zeb's Megafishes Project is working to protect. The caught fish weighs about 70 pounds and almost 5 feet in length. They have a slimy skin with no scales. The fish is tagged and released. Fisherman who catch the fish again help to track where the fish has traveled. (2:53)
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National Geographic-High and Dry-Mudskippers
In this video students will the witness the mudskipper and learn how itis the only fish to spend most of its time on land instead of in the water! They walk, eat, and court on land. They carry water in their gill chambers to enable them to breathe in the air. They have amazing vision with their eyes on top of their heads. When a mudskipper shows it fin, it is ready for a fight. This is a great teaching resource for elementary/middle school students and would work well in conjunction with a scien
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Primitive Insects of the Congaree Swamp
Congaree Swamp provides a variety of habitats for its diverse plant and animal inhabitants. This video segment from NatureScene focuses
on some of the insects that inhabit still or slow-moving aquatic
environments. Travel with host Jim Welch and naturalist Rudy Mancke to observe a recently emerged dragonfly, a zebra swallowtail butterfly
feeding on clover, and a clubtail dragonfly eating a mayfly. Also see
the bright blue compound eyes of the primitive hero darner and

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This video reinforces the need to capitalize the names of businesses and organizations such as schools.  Specific examples of how to do this are given.  Then, students have the opportunity to correct capitalization mistakes in some additional examples that are given.

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Capitalization
In this grammar lesson  learn all the places in which capitalization is used in the English language. This lesson will help to avoid mistakes in writing. Examples are shown on a whiteboard.

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Using So and Too
This brief lesson tells how to correctly use the words "so" and "too".  A variety of examples of sentences using these words are presented.  "So" and "too" are used in affirmative statements.

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Orbitals
InstructorÂ talks brieflyÂ about the theories of Bohr and introduces orbitals.Â Â Instructor uses his computer screen and different colors toÂ educate students. Instructor says this video seriesÂ introducesÂ informationÂ covered inÂ a first-year high school course in chemistry.
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