Copyright Education User Rights, Music Video
Learn about copyright and fair use with this 3:11 music video that highlights the more important elements of the copyright laws. After watching this you may wish to review more information at http://www.reacheverychild.com/feature/teacher_law.html#1
9/11 Video: What Happened and the Political Response
This is a series of videos with some narration that reveals what happened on that day and subsequent actions. It is 84 minutes in length. It is well worth showing in part, but too long for younger students. It clearly shows President Bush's reaction to the event and the Republican reaction to dissent.
9-11 World Trade Center Videos
This is a series of videos of the Muslim terrorist attacks on the Trade Center building. There are about 30 of them taken from different locations.
An inspirational movie about September 11th. Includes photos, music, and quotes. (03:28)
4 Action Initiative Sept. 11 Free Curriculum
This is an introduction to a free curriculum that this organization. The booklet can be downloaded here:
Learn About Koalas
Learn About Koalas - Take a look at and learn about the habits of koala bears at the Los Angeles zoo.
This 14 minute British video is about the experiences of a high school student and what he faces with autism. This provides some insights that are not commonly available with other videos in that it is done in first person. It ends with some advise to teachers.
STS-135 Flight Day 7 Interviews, Part 1
STS-135 Commander Chris Ferguson and Mission Specialist Sandy Magnus talk with Fox News Radio, as well as KTVI-TV and KSDK-TV in St. Louis.
Sir Paul Awakens Final Shuttle Crew
The video with audio can also be viewed here: http://1.usa.gov/qle5d0 Paul McCartney and Beatles favorite "Good Day Sunshine" greet the Atlantis crew of Chris Ferguson, Doug Hurley, Sandy Magnus and Rex Walheim first thing on Flight Day 8. Sir Paul and the Beatles' music have awakened a dozen past shuttle crews. "Good Day Sunshine" was played for two Discovery crews of STS-121 and STS-128. On learning the popular Beatles song was used to rouse the shuttle crew of STS-121, McCartney treated the
STS-135 Daily Mission Recap - Flight Day 8
A video recap of flight day 8 of the STS-135 mission of space shuttle Atlantis to the International Space Station.
Beyonce "Brings It" On Orbit
The video with audio can also be viewed here: http://1.usa.gov/quMD2n The STS-135 crew gets moving on Flight Day 9 with "Run the World (Girls)" after being awakened by a special greeting from songstress Beyonce Knowles.
"To a Lady on her Passion for Old China" by John Gay (poetry reading)
John Gay was a good pal of Alexander Pope - this intelligent , witty poem does a lot to explain why. It's reminiscent of Andew Marvell's To His Coy Mistress: such arguments are sometimes called "carpe diem". Gay is most famous for The Beggar's Opera with it's anti-hero Captain Macheath, the highwayman, which inspired Berthold Brecht to write his own up-to-date version, "Die Dreigroschenoper" or Threepenny Opera. If you haven't heard of that you will surely know its anti-hero, Mack-the-Knife
Children clean Libyan rebels' weapons
July 15 - In the rebel-held western city of Misrata, an organized group of children clean the fighters' weapons for them. Nick Rowlands reports.
Atlantis astronauts prepare for post-shuttle era
July 15 - In one of their first interviews from orbit, Atlantis' four astronauts told Reuters they hope NASA provides inspiration for more space exploration once the shuttle fleet is retired. Jon Decker reports.
European Goldfields chairman on new permit, gold price
July 15 - European Goldfields Chairman Martyn Konig discusses the company's new mining permit in Greece that will make them Europe's largest gold producer, and his outlook for the metal.
Sports Spread: Claret Jug chase wide open at Sandwich
Reuters Owen Wyatt, Andy Lulham of Betfair and Opta's Duncan Alexander pick through the key statistics and odds for punters eyeing golf's British Open along with cycling's Tour de France.
Europe Week Ahead: U.S. debt, stress test weigh on sentiment
Jitters over US debt negotiations and European bank stress tests results weigh on sentiment, despite sparkling corporate earnings from Google and Citigroup.
Karzai attends service for brother
Jul 15 - Afghan President Hamid Karzai attends a memorial service in Kabul for his half-brother Ahmad Wali Karzai, who was assassinated on Tuesday in Kandahar. Nick Rowlands reports.
Newsmaker: Is Africa open for business?
May 25, 2011 - The former president of Zanzibar and distinguished panelists discuss the role peaceful succession can play in reducing political risks.
Sony Ericsson Q2 profits disappoint
July 15 - Mobile phone maker Sony Ericsson posted a surprise second quarter loss on Friday and said it had been adversely affected by the earthquake in Japan. Hayley Platt reports.