Video Project created for Mr Voutier's video class in Brandon Manitoba. The video shows different scenes where students are bullied at school and there are questions such as "Why do we accept this?" There are is no dialogue but images are quite telling.
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)
The Eight Parts of Speech rap
Written by an Alabama seventh grader, this rap song teaches about the eight parts of speech. The student performs her rap. Average clarify of picture and sound in this live action movie. (3:40)
Vincent van Gogh - Gauguin Pays a Visit
Initially, it seemed like a good idea for Paul Gauguin to paint with Vincent van Gogh (in October of 1888). His working visit, however, lasted just two months.
In this clip, from the award-winning film Lust for Life, Kirk Douglas (as Vincent) and Anthony Quinn (as Gauguin) recreate scenes of the artists in Arles.
Abbott and Costello Confuse Multiplication and Division
Black and white movie clip shows the classic comic duo getting multiplication and division confused. There will not be enough dougnuts to go around! Would make a good video to have students explain the right way. NOTE: One character calls another "stupid." 3:06 min.
Introduction to Division Part 1 Introduction to Division Part 2 Mozart's Requiem Mass in D Minor I - Introitus and Kyrie Lifestyle of the Blue-Footed Booby The Acorn Woodpecker Acacia Tree Ants How Ant Colonies Get Things Done Angel Bees vs. Robber Bees How To Do Upright Rows With a Barbell Red Eyed Tree Frog's Life Cycle Strawberry Poison Dart Frog Chameleon Babies Gregarious Geckos Manatee Detection Habanera (aria) from Carmen sung by Maria Callas
Part 1 of a series by Professor Lawrence Perez at Saddleback College. Live action movie has an interesting perspective. The people are very small and the interactive white board is very large.
This is a live video in color of John Eliot Gardiner conducting the English Baroque Soloists and the Monteverdi Choir. This performance was filmed at the Palau de la Musica Catalana, Barcelona in Dec. 1991. The performance takes place on a stage. The sound quality is excellent, but the picture is a little on the dark side due to stage lighting.
This movie shows the peculiar mating dance of the blue-footed booby bird. They pride themselves on their blue feet and make sure to show them off. The movie then shows how an iguana gets more than he asked for when he enters the home of the blue-footed birds. Run time 1:30
This movie discusses why acorn woodpeckers peck so much! You learn how they drill holes into tress to store their acorns food for the winter. A woodpecker may gather over a 100 acorns a day and travel over 12 miles a day gathering their food. Run time 02:58
This movie shows how ants protect acacia trees with their lives! These ants act as a protector by destroying vines that may take away light from these trees. Also, it defends the tree from other insects. The tree in return produces the perfect nutrition for the ants. Run time 02:17.
Ant colonies operate without central control; there is no one in charge and no ant directs the behavior of others. Colonies perform many tasks including foraging, nest construction, and care of the young. Task allocation is the process that adjusts the numbers of workers performing each task, according to the current situation. How do colonies get ants to show up at a picnic, and what determines which ants go? Experiments with harvester ants show that task allocation arises from a dynamical netw
This movie discusses how there are more than just honeybees and bumblebees in the world. This movie shows the difference between angel bees and robber bees from Central America. Run time 01:36.
Video shows proper technique for performing the exercise to develop a broad back and improve your posture. Narrator explains step-by-step procedure with tips to help you get the most from the exercise. 1:40 min.
A mom tree frog will not settle for just any location for her eggs. You learn how there is great care to protect the eggs from predators. Also, this amazing movie shows the life cycle of these frogs and even has footage of these frogs in the egg. Includes a brief mating scene between male and female frog as well as the female laying her eggs. Beautiful footage. Run time 2:50
A strawberry poison dart frog checks on her tadpole children in this movie. A great informational movie with amazing footage of these frogs in action. Run time 1:43
Watch how mother chameleons lay their eggs and then how these eggs have to fend for themselves in this movie. This movie shows the Africa's flapneck chameleons in action. Contrary to popular belief, chameleons do not change skin color as camouflage. Instead, their skin responds to temperature, light, and movement. The video is also an example of animal instinct (as the babies emerge from their eggs and eat their first meal.) Run time 02:33.
See amazing geckos in Madagascar. This movie has information about day geckos and night geckos. One example, the nocturnal leaf tail gecko, is able to camouflage itself to blend in with tree bark and moss. Run time 01:37.
Scientists are working on a sensor that might help save manatee lives. On average 100 of these animals are hit by boats each year. This movie discusses how scientists are trying to help this number shrink. Addresses endangered species. Run time 2:08
One of the greatest opera stars of the 20th century, Maria Callas, sings "Habanera," in Covent Garden 1962. From the opera "Carmen," by Georges Bizet. Sound quality is not the best and the video is black and white, but the quality of the performance is top-notch. Video is of just Callas on stage. (4:21)
Introduction to Division Part 2 Mozart's Requiem Mass in D Minor I - Introitus and Kyrie Lifestyle of the Blue-Footed Booby The Acorn Woodpecker Acacia Tree Ants How Ant Colonies Get Things Done Angel Bees vs. Robber Bees How To Do Upright Rows With a Barbell Red Eyed Tree Frog's Life Cycle Strawberry Poison Dart Frog Chameleon Babies Gregarious Geckos Manatee Detection Habanera (aria) from Carmen sung by Maria Callas
Mozart's Requiem Mass in D Minor I - Introitus and Kyrie
Lifestyle of the Blue-Footed Booby
The Acorn Woodpecker
Acacia Tree Ants
How Ant Colonies Get Things Done
Angel Bees vs. Robber Bees
How To Do Upright Rows With a Barbell
Red Eyed Tree Frog's Life Cycle
Strawberry Poison Dart Frog
Habanera (aria) from Carmen sung by Maria Callas