Choosing the Correct Algebra Equation For a Given Statement (PSSA Grade 7)
PSSA~ 7th-Grade Math - Algebra. The PSSA (Pennsylvania System of School Assessment) is given annually in PA in some grades in K-12. However, the example contained in this video appears on many standardized state-mandated tests. This is from the TeacherTube website and gives an Algebra question to solve :
Is the product of 40 and Z equal to 40 less V?
Instructor uses computer software for demonstration.
Determine the Change in Area of Triangle When Length of Base and Height is Doubled (PSSA Grade 7)
PSSA~ 7th-Grade Math. The instructor says that you are almost guaranteed to find this geometry problem on the state test. The PSSA (Pennsylvania System of School Assessment) is given annually in PA in some grades in K-12. However, the example contained in this video appears on many standardized state-mandated tests. This is from the TeacherTube website. Instructor uses computer software for demonstration.
Use the Bar Graph to Determine Population (PSSA~ Math 7th-Grade)
PSSA~ Math 7th-Grade -- Bar Graph Question. The instructor uses a computer software program to demonstrate how to solve a word problem over bar graphs. The PSSA (Pennsylvania System of School Assessment) is given annually in PA in some grades in K-12. However, the example contained in this video appears on many standardized state-mandated tests.
How to Boil Shrimp
A chef does a demonstration on boiling shrimp tails. This is a fast way to cook them thoroughly. He shows how to blend together a sauce for the shrimp that will go on top of the shrimp after it is done boiling.
Learn How to Make Shrimp Stir Fry
In this episode a kid chef with his kid guests show how to make shrimp stir fry. The ingredients needed to make this recipe are vegetable oil. soy sauce, red bell pepper, snow peas, onion, garlic, shrimp, and rice. The kid chef demonstrates step by step how to make the shrimp fry in a kitchen.
How To Make Sushi
Chef Desireé and three kids helpers show how make sushi rolls. They use rice, nori, crab, cucumber, cilantro, and avocado to make them. The chef demonstrates the technique for filling and rolling the sushi.
How to Make Vegan Snickerdoodles
A demonstration on how to make vegan snickerdoodles. A chef explains that in order to make vegan snickerdoodles, replace the eggs in the recipe with 2 tablespoons of liquid lecithin. Bake vegan snickerdoodles for eight minutes, and let them cool for three minutes.
Kids Cooking Calzones
In this clip two girls show kids how to make Calzones. Calzones are like rolled up pizza. The girls demonstrate step by step o how to make the dough, how to stuff the dough, roll the dough, and bake the calzone. (3:10)
Kids Cooking With Angelica
In this clips kids show how to make 16 little mini pizzas. Ingredients needed are a tube of homestyle biscuits, pizza sauce, mozzerella cheese, olives, pepperoni, mushrooms, onions, green peppers. The kids do a step-by-step demonstration on how to make the mini-pizzas. (02:59)
Learn How to Make Pasta
Chef Desireé and four kids show how to make pasta from scratch. They demonstrate step by step how to make the pasta together with all the kids participating in making the pasta by hand. This is a simple and fun recipe for kids.
Baked Macaroni and Cheese
Making macaroni and cheese takes more than just two ingredients. Professionals from the Food Network explain the dynamics of this simple recipe to a younger boy while working in the kitchen. This four minute video provides step by step directions and explanations for making macaroni and cheese from scratch. Run time 4:20
How to Use Instant Yeast in Bread Baking
This one minute video shows how instant yeast works in bread baking.
How To Make Graham Cracker Crust For Egg Nog Cheese Cake
In this part a baker demonstrates on how to make graham cracker crust for egg nog cheese cake. She shows how to ground up graham crackers in a food processor until fine.
Eggnog Cheesecake: Dry Ingredients
In this part the dry ingredients for eggnog cheesecake that are combined with in the food processor. The bakers demonstrates how to mix in the dry ingredients.
The Language of Mathematics (5): Zero and Infinity
The instructor continues with a discussion of zero and infinity. The instructor demonstrates outside chalk on a wall.
The Language of Mathematics (6): Adding and Subtracting
The instructor in this video is outside (in a parking garage) and uses a concrete wall and chalk for demonstration. He indicates that his videos are for a high school audience, but here he goes back to the basics of addition and subtraction.
The Language of Mathematics (7): Dealing with Negative Numbers
The instructor moves inside for this session of his video series, so there is no background noise. In this session, the insructor explores negative numbers using a number line.
Multiplying and Dividing Whole Numbers
The instructor uses a chalkboard to demonstrate multiplying and dividing multi-digit whole numbers. Because the instructor is outside in a parking garage, demonstrating with chalk on a concrete wall, the traffic sounds are distracting. In spite of that, the instruction is good.
The Language of Mathematics (11): Reducing Fractions
Once again, the instructor is outside with a big piece of chalk and a concrete wall in a parking garage, discussing how to reduce fractions. In spite of the distraction of the background noise (sirens, garbage truck), the instruction is good.
The Language of Mathematics (12): Multiply and Divide Fractions
In this video, the instructor shows how to multiply and divide fractions. After the video was made, the instructor added this: [NOTE: Correction to this problem. Youtuber LddStyx pointed out that I forgot to "kill a 7 in the breakdown of 35" so the final answer to this question should be 143/12 ... Thank you, LddStyx, for the good eye.]