Learn French - Dans le Métro, Part 1 (On the Subway)
In this video the instructor recites various words that are associated with the subway in French. For beginning and intermediate learners. The words appear at the bottom of the screen as they are recited.
What Education Do I Need to Become a Chef?
Find out the education requirements of chefs from an
experienced chef. The chef explains that the education required to become a chef starts with sanitation and safety classes, and it graduates to basic cooking skills and specialty cooking skills.
How To Become a Chef
This video explains how to become a chef and the duties of a chef. Chefs and head cooks coordinate the work of the kitchen staff and
direct the preparation of meals. Footage is shown of chefs at work in restaurants. The narrator explains that chefs determine serving sizes, plan menus, order food supplies, and oversee kitchen operations to ensure uniform quality and presentation of meals.
Determine the Change in Area of Triangle When Length of Base and Height is Doubled (PSSA Grade 7)
PSSA~ 7th-Grade Math. The instructor says that you are almost guaranteed to find this geometry problem on the state test. The PSSA (Pennsylvania System of School Assessment) is given annually in PA in some grades in K-12. However, the example contained in this video appears on many standardized state-mandated tests. This is from the TeacherTube website. Instructor uses computer software for demonstration.
How To Make Graham Cracker Crust For Egg Nog Cheese Cake
In this part a baker demonstrates on how to make graham cracker crust for egg nog cheese cake. She shows how to ground up graham crackers in a food processor until fine.
How to Grow Morning Glory (Ipomoea)
The morning glory, or ipomoea, is a vine that grows in tropical
climates near the equator. A gardener explains how to start, grow, and care for morning glory plants. She explains how to start them from seeds in the Spring.
How to Prune Perennials
Any lilac or bush is a good perennial plant to prune when they get
lanky. Learn from a gardener how to keep perennial plants looking even, and keep them green. The gardener demonstrates the process of trimming her rose plant.
Which Indoor Plants Thrive in Low Light?
In this clip a gardener explains which plants thrive indoors in low light from her kitchen. Plants that do well in containers by a windows in a house include pathos, lucky bamboo, colias and Christmas cactus.
Growing Sunflowers in Pots
A gardener demonstrates how to grow a sunflowers in pots by seed. The seeds are put into a pot 1 to 2 inches deep try. The seeds can also be started from seeds inside a bag. Learn how to care for the sunflower by keeping the sunflowers moist, but not too wet and other tips.
in this free video on gardening tips.
How to Grow a Lemon Tree From Seeds
This clip gives useful information and tips on growing a lemon tree from a seed.First thing to do is to cut open a lemon and find the seeds. The lemon tree should grow with well-drained soil that is kept moist.
Setting up a compost pile-Part 1
This is part 1 of setting up a backyard compost pile. The narrator explains how to use leaves to make compost. Supplies needed are rabbit food, measuring tape, wire snips, gloves, pitch fork, leaves, and wire fencing. The clip shows a step by step demonstration on how to set up the compost pile in a backyard, which is called a form of, "Black Gold," (8:37)
Around the world, frogs are declining at an alarming rate due to threats like pollution, disease and climate change. Frogs bridge the gap between water and land habitats, making them the first indicators of ecosystem changes. In this fascinating video you will meet the Bay Area researchers working to protect frogs across the state of California and across the world.
Rythms in Poetry-Ethnic Writers and the Literary Mainstream Unit 10
Amidst the chaos following World War I, Ezra Pound urged poets to "Make it New!" This call was heeded by a large range of poets, from T.S. Eliot to Jean Toomer. This episode explores the modernist lyrics of two of these poets: William Carlos Williams and Langston Hughes. What is
modernism? How did these poets start a revolution that continues until
Dealing With Controversial Issues
This program examines how social studies teachers in any grade level can encourage open and informed discussions with their students while dealing with controversial issues. Topics range from stereotypes and gender–based discrimination to the conflict in the Middle East. Through clearly identifying issues, listening to multiple perspectives, and formulating personal positions, teachers can explore a variety of
strategies that can be used to teach challenging issues such as these in thei
The Classroom Mosiac: Culture and Learning-Session 6
This program discusses how culturally responsive teaching enables
students to create connections, access prior knowledge and experience, and develop competence. Featured are a sixth-grade teacher and two ninth-grade teachers, with expert commentary from University of Wisconsin professor Gloria Ladson-Billings and University of Arizona professor Luis Moll.
Learning As Synaptic Change
This module presents researchers investigating the structural changes involved in learning. Research conducted at the Pasteur Institute in Paris shows that the learning process involves the formation of new brain connections and the elimination of others. Other researchers dispel the myth of brain loss in aging, present evidence of changes at the cellular level, and revi
Perception: Inverted Vision
The peculiar image inversion process that takes place in the normal visual system is examined in this module. The program traces the experiences of an art student who volunteers to wear lenses that invert her visual world, connecting the adaptation process she undergoes with how the visual system functions. Graphic animations reinforce understanding of the mechanism invo
Waves, Beaches and Coasts
This program shows the dynamic interaction of two geologic agents: rocky landmasses and the energy of the ocean. Aspects of waves — their types, parts, movement, and impact on the shore — are illustrated. The program also covers shoreline characteristics, currents, sea barriers, tides, and how the greenhouse effect could impact sea level and coastal lands.
How to Do Math In Your Head : Fast Multiplication Techniques
Learn mental math multiplication tricks Learn to multiply large numbers in your head. Uses benchmark numbers. Suggests practicing mental math to get better at it. Captions appear on the screen. (2:46)
Solving Basic Combination Problems
Lesson on solving basic combination problems: the counting principle. Larry shows some typical problems involving this topic. He explains and solves them on lined paper. More lessons at: http://www.MathWithLarry.com