Performance Art - Macaggi in Balance; (Live, NYC)
Macaggi performs "Balance" live in NYC among a bevy of other avant garde performance artists... this demonstrates using dance as a performance art. (4:43)
The War of 1812
This two minute video is a brief overview of the naval battles and victories of the War of 1812 including fresh water naval battles including the battles of Old Ironside. Control of the Great Lakes explained. No mention of impressment
Macbeth: The Film
Following a London West End run in December 2007, a sold-out limited engagement at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in March 2008, and an eight-week run on Broadway, director Rupert Goold's stage production of Macbeth was filmed for television at the end of 2009 with Patrick Stewart in his Tony-nominated performance as the ambitious general, and Tony-nominated Kate Fleetwood as his scheming wife. This video is from the Great Performances series on PBS that originally aired in November of 2010. (02:
William Bradford Biography, Part I
This is an animated biography of William Bradford, a leader of the Separatist settlers of the Plymouth Colony in Massachusetts. This Discovery Channel Education series is aimed at older elementary school children.
How your Sense of Smell and Taste are Related
If you can't smell, you probably can't taste very well either. They are closely related senses. This short video explains why. Run time 0:52 seconds.
Learn About the Roman Empire
Learn about the Roman Empire in this short clip. The Roman Empire succeeded the Roman Republic. Julius Caesar was the first ruler. (01:42)
MISERERE sung by Andrea Bocelli and Zucchero Fornaciari
Italian singing sensation Andrea Bocelli and Italian rock singer Zucchero Fornaciari sing "Miserere," which Zucchero co-wrote with U2's Bono.
What is Gravity?
This thirty minute video explains gravity. The study of gravity has played a central role in the history of science—from Galileo and Newton to Einstein's twentieth century theory of general relativity. Yet, in spite of five centuries of study, many aspects of gravity remain a mystery. How can gravity, which in many ways
is the dominant force in the universe, be at the same time, by far, the weakest of the four known forces in nature? See how physicists are
approaching this que
Mississippi State Tour
WABC Travel Show Host Erik Hastings shows you the people, culture, history, music, attractions, and natural beauty of Mississippi. Warm smiling faces, genteel manners, and a smooth southern drawl make Mississippi the place to visit for an authentic Southern experience. Video gives a good insight into the state of Mississippi.
Pennsylvania Flag and Anthem
Pennsylvania's flag is composed of a blue field on which is embroidered the State Coat of Arms. The first State Flag bearing the State Coat of Arms was authorized by the General Assembly in 1799. An act of the General Assembly of June 13, 1907, standardized the flag and required that the blue field match the blue of Old Glory. The stat
Pink Color Song
The song is set to the tune of "London Bridge" and shows the word pink and items that are pink. (:25)
Take Care of Your Brown Hair Bear
This cartoon is about a bear, who loses all of his brown hair - because he did not take care of it. He didn't think that was fair. The bear learns how to care - for his brown hair from his friend by shampooing it - to keep it clean. The story is told in rhyme. (1:45)
Writing Dialog with Quotation Marks Using Casablanca As An Example
The clip discusses the basic rules of using quotation marks. Using Casablanca as an example, learn how to write dialog using quotation marks. The dialog from the film is typed on the screen into traditional novel format using quotation marks in the dialog.
Quotation Marks and Commas
In this skit by the Electric Company we see examples of how to use quotation marks in dialogue.
Kary Mullis Celebrates the Experiment
Biochemist Kary Mullis talks about the basis of modern science: the experiment. Sharing tales from the 17th century and from his own backyard-rocketry days, Mullis celebrates the curiosity, inspiration and rigor of good science in all its forms. Kary Mullis won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for developing a way to copy a strand of DNA. Run time 29:30.
HUMAN BODY - Upper Muscular System (Arms, Hands, Fingers, Abdomen)
This video consists of still images only. Images have parts of the body labeled. There is no narration, just music. (02:54)
Graphing Systems of Equations
This lesson explains how to solve a system of two equations by graphing. The instructor begins by graphing the line for each equation. Then he demonstrates how to find the point of intersection which is the solution for the system.
Solving Systems of Linear Equations by Graphing
Instructor uses a white board to demonstrate graphing systems of linear equations. Examples include being given two linear equations, finding the slope and y-intercept, and then graphing to determine the point of intersection. (4:49)
Systems Of Equations With Fractions - Using Substitution
In this video lesson, students learn to solve systems of linear equations that involve fractions. Students also learn to solve linear systems of equations by the method of their choice using the following rules: if one of the variables cancels out when the equations are added together, then use addition, and if a variable is already isolated in one of the equations, then use substitution.
Simplifying Rational Expressions
This video walk the learner through the steps to simplify rational expressions. Specific circumstances are discussed and several problems are modeled.