Red Riding Hood, Part 2
(Part 2) This part concludes the audio version of the Rabbit Ears Productions' version of the classic fairy tale, "Red Riding Hood" (one single image).
Little Red Writing Hood - Hooked on Phonics
This video is an adaptation of the classic "Little Red Riding Hood" story. In this version, Little Red is bringing a basket to her granny's house with blocks, magnet letters, letter-shaped cookies, and alphabet soup. The wolf keeps stopping Little Red and stealing some of her letters. At the end, the viewer discovers the letters were used to make a "Happy Birthday" banner for a surprise party for Little Red at granny's house. (4:00)
Little Red Riding Hood
This short film created by university students is directed at a first grade content standard asking students to "Identify and describe the elements of plot, setting, and characters." The video is esentially a version of the classic "Little Red Riding Hood" with no questions or activities to go with the story. It would work well as a starting point for familiarizing the students with the story and then creating questions that would check their knowledge of story elements.
Little Red Riding Hood, Part 2 of 3
A Little Red Riding Hood in Eastern Indian clothing with a British accent, a tricky wolf with a French accent, Disney-like animation, music, sound effects. The wolf uses the phrase, "Shut up" at around 2 minutes into this section. Part 2 of 3 (10:00)
Little Red Riding Hood, Part 3 of 3
One of the Simsala Grimm series of animated cartoons, this is Little Red Riding Hood, part 3 of 3. The ending credits are shown on the pages of a handsome book and the fairy tale is inside the book! (4:58)
"Lines & Squares" Poem by A.A. Milne
"Lines & Squares" is a fun children's poem and this version is read by a female who enjoys the reading. This video shows only a still picture with the title and author of the poem on the front, with a photo of Christopher Robin and Pooh. (0:59)
Klartext handlar i dag om att den svenske tennisspelaren Robin Söderling kommer att vara med i finalen i Franska öppna mästerskapen. Ett nytt skepp är på väg mot det palestinska området Gaza i Mellanöstern, trots att de tidigare båtarna stoppades med våld av soldater från Israel. Vi berättar fler nyheter i programmet.
A nice three minute video showing forest elephants meeting in a clearning. The elephant's relationship with each other is shown as well as the importance of mud in their diet. A good video.
Video #15 - Bear Through This Spanish Video Lesson and Learn Awesome Forest Animal Vocabulary!
Learn Spanish with SpanishPod101.com! As part of your Spanish “Forest Animal” unit, today your class is taking a walk through the forest in Spain to gather information for a report you will have as homework tonight. Your teacher hands out a list of “things to look out for” – written entirely in Spanish! Not being [...]
Bio Bulletin: The Ecology of Climate Change
The boreal forest, which stretches across northern latitudes just south of the Arctic Circle, is a key region for studying climate change—and not just the impacts. Follow ecologists into Alaska's boreal forest to learn more in this new Science Bulletins video. Science Bulletins is a production of the National Center for Science Literacy, Education, and Technology (NCSLET), part of the Department of Education at the American Museum of Natural History. Each Bulletin is produced by AMNHs curator
Engergy Biosciences Institute Seminar - Robin Rogers
Chemist Robin D. Rogers of the University of Alabama addresses ionic liquid solvents used for the extraction and separation of lignin, cellulose and hemicellulose.
The Phenology Handbook
A guide to phenological monitoring for students, teachers, families, and nature enthusiasts. Phenology is the observation and measurement of events in time. The passing of the seasons is one of the most familiar phenomena on Earth. Consider, for example, the onset of spring in temperate climates. As winter ends, our surroundings burst with new life — forest canopies fill with vibrant greens, flocks of birds migrate in formation to northern breeding grounds, and brilliant wildflowers and their
Beginner S6 #5 - Learn This Japanese Verb Ahead of Time
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! It’s so easy to run behind. In Japan, time seems to fly, and your Japanese to-do list is always so long! But you’re trying to improve this bad habit: in fact, you made a resolution to work harder at being on time for your appointments in Japan as often as possible [...]
The Man that Don't Fit / Robert Service
This two-minute reading of this famous poem shows the power of the words of the poem as well as the importance of reading it well. The words are played over the screen and should appeal to a variety of students. Delivered by Boucrate in 2010.
Dayna Baumeister - Nature as Industry: The Role of Biomimicry in the New Green Economy
To create products and processes that are well-adapted to life, innovators are turning to a new design discipline called biomimicry, consciously emulating lifeâ making fibers like a spider, computing like a cell, and running a business like a redwood forest. Dr. Dayna Baumeister, co-founder of the Biomimicry Guild, discusses biomimicry and its role in ensuring the success of this new industrial revolution. With support from the Life Sciences Institute, Taubman College, the Graham Sustainab
UMass Students Explore Tropical Rain Forest
Betsy Dumont, a mammal expert in the biology department at UMass Amherst, is one of six faculty who regularly lead students in a tropical field biology course in the Commonwealth Honors College every Spring Break. They study in Costa Rica's lowland coastal rain forest and spend two days of snorkeling on pristine coral reefs off the coast of Panama. The trip gives students a feel for what it is really like to do a field project, from design to data collection through trouble-shooting and on to an
In 1935 Amelia joined the faculty of Purdue University as a female career consultant. It was through Purdue that she purchased the Lockheed Electra airplane that she would use in her attempt to fly around the world. In June 1937 she embarked upon the first around-the-world flight at the equator. On 2 July, after completing nearly two-thirds of the flight, Amelia vanished along with her navigator, Frederick Noonan.,Tippecanoe County Journey