Migration Westward after Reconstruction
This video is accompanied by text. "Prior to the Civil War, most English settlers and their descendants chose to live along the Atlantic Coast. However, the Pacific Coast was also being settled, which would lead to the development of the Great Plains as the two coasts spread toward the middle of America.
Atlantic settlers referred to the Great Plains and the Pacific Coast as the “Great West.” A less-optimistic name for this region was the “Great American Desert,” so-named because o
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Laura D'Andrea Tyson, S.K. and Angela Chan Professor of Global Management, Haas School of Business, on what we can learn from emerging markets
Rap video showing the three types of clouds. The video also addresses the Water Cycle (where clouds come from). The song shows photos of cumulus, cirrus, stratus and nimbus clouds while referring to them in the lyrics. Student art work is also included in the video. Run time 04:10
Clouds are formed by parcels of rising air that cool and create tiny droplets of water. Learn about dew points and how they affect moisture going from a gas to a liquid with help from a meteorologist in this video on understanding weather. Run time 01:02.
If you observe clouds in a portion of the sky, you may notice that they are not static. Clouds are composed of tiny particles of water and are constantly changing and moving. In this video produced for Teachers' Domain, observe clouds forming, moving, and changing shape. No narration. Set to music with a few words on the screen. Run time 01:33.
This is a short, well-done, one-minute video explaining what a watershed is and why it's important which was created for the EPA Water Quality Video Contest.
Water springs are created when water is filtered through permeable rock in the ground and then flows downhill until it reaches ground level. Learn about how water springs work with tips from a math and science teacher, Steve Jones. There are English captions.
From the mountains to the coast, this series focuses on the water system known as the Connecticut River, one of 10 designated American Heritage Rivers. Filmed in the ecosystem and supported by The Connecticut River Education Initiative. Water. About three feet of it falls as rain and snow in this part of New England every year. In cities and other developed areas, much of it runs off rapidly, down into catch basins and storm drains, where it races through pipes and discharges into our rivers. I
California is considered a "dry state." So how is it home to one of the largest populations in North America? In this video, taken from QUEST, learn about California's delicate balance of it's water resources and the historical measures that have made living in California possible for its residents. Run time 07:30.
Documentary- A ship made without nails can withstand the force of monsoon winds. See how the ship performs in the water!
This is a slide show (no narration) about the geography of Japan. Yhe slide show includes the different landforms and water forms that can be found in the area. The viewer may have to open the images to 'full screen' as many of the slides have detailed maps.
Learn how to use a homemade compass made out of common household objects, like tin foil, some water and a household magnet.
This is a short, culminating activity that can be used to assess your students' understanding of the steps needed to determine if a water source is contaminated and how it got that way, and to suggest possible methods of cleanup or remediation. Students review a portion of the film "A Civil Action" and identify the problem and the people involved. Students then take the role of environmental scientist and apply their knowledge of water and hazardous waste contamination to create a plan to help l
The purpose of this course is to deliver better understanding about the marketing of food and agricultural products. Both theories and empirical examples of the marketing will be provided to give insights about the food marketing. In order to take this course, basic microeconomic theories on demand as well as supply and market structure are required.
This video (put out by a teacher or professor) uses slides and narration to explain how we have a global economy, beginning with the economic agreements right after WWII to the internet.
Shows how water moves through a plant until it exits through the leaves. The video addresses specific parts of the plant that help in the process of transpiration: xylem and stomata. Run time 01:01.
A professionally produced report on the work of Global Writes and the way in which it engages students in writing through the teaching of slam poetry. The video features scenes from classroom sessions, and interviews with students, teachers, and school administrators.
In this kid's science video learn all about how to teach your child about the energy of movement in water by creating a flow and go boat. This activity would be a great way to teach transfer of energy. Run time 04:15
A quickstart tutorial to the IAR Workbench IDE. Learn how to create a project, edit files, build solutions, and use the debugger.
9th Annual National Latina/o Law Student Association Conference: Building Bridges with Latin American LLMs
Weather & Meteorology : How Do Clouds Form?
Cloud Formations - Time Lapse
We All Live in a Watershed
How Things Work : How Do Water Springs Work?
What Is A Watershed
California's Water Supply
Geography of Japan
How to Make a Compass : How to Use a Compass
A case study of "A Civil Action"
Grand Slam: Performance Poetry Engages Students
How to Make a Flow and Go Boat
1.2 - Introduction to the IAR Workbench IDE
Building Bridges with Latin American LLMs