Theatre Etiquette Video
Top 7 Do's and Don'ts of Theatre Etiquette"
A helpful guide to theatre etiquette brought to you by the Education Department at the Citi performing Arts Center. This applies to any live performance.
Tech Crew: Assemble!
...from the Tech Crew Alliance comes... "a short but concise guide to the touring industry" - a powerful piece of documentary footage. (10:00)
Kunst-Stoff is an experimental dance company based in San Francisco that explores the intersection of dance with other art forms, such as visual arts and film. This Educator Guide introduces students to experimental dance, and provides strategies to explore movement.
Introduction to Physical Oceanography
This book is written for upper-division undergraduates and new graduate students in meteorology, ocean engineering, and oceanography. After reading this book, it expected that students will be able to describe physical processes influencing the ocean and coastal regions: the interaction of the ocean with the atmosphere, and the distribution of oceanic winds, currents, heat fluxes, and water masses.
Nathaniel Ayers - With Robert Gupta and Steve Lopez
Move the clip forward, to approximately 1:34, to see Robert Gupta - the youngest member of the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra - work with Nathaniel Ayers. In this scene, Nathaniel watches Robert and Joanne Pearce-Martin (principal keyboardist for the LA Phil) as they finish playing a duet. Immediately after its conclusion, Robert gives Nathaniel tips on violin-playing technique.
Steve Lopez, Nathaniel's friend and author of a book about him, narrates this video clip.
Mark Reibstein and Ed Young Interview About Wabi Sabi - BookVideosTV
Author Mark Reibstein and illustrator Ed Young discuss their collaboration on the book Wabi Sabi. This picture book is the story of Wabi Sabi, a little cat who goes on a journey to discover the meaning of her name. Mr. Young talks about his feelings when a piece of his artwork is lost, and about the beauty of found materials. (4:16)
"Green Eggs and Ham" picture book by Dr. Seuss
This is an animated video production of Dr. Seuss's picture book, Green Eggs and Ham, a favorite by the beloved children's author and illustrator., with professional narration and music. (7:55)
Dr. Seuss' Green Eggs and Ham
This beloved children's story starts with an animated song sung by The Cat In The Hat, then moves into a read-aloud of the book Green Eggs And Ham. Great voices (Allan Sherman, Hans Conried, Paul Winchell, Bob Holt) with choral music. Classic! All rights reserved (8:35)
The Sleep Book by Dr. Seuss, Part 1 of 2
Narrated by Madeline Khan, this animated video of Dr. Seuss's illustrations does not show the words from the book. Part 1 of 2 (8:53)
The Sleep Book by Dr. Seuss - Part 2 of 2
This is an animated version of the picture book. Narrated by Madeline Khan, this would be an excellent visual companion to the book. (6:56)
Robert Sabuda, pop-up book artist
The Foot Book
Dr. Seuss' The Foot Book is read with views of the book's pages and music. Static on sound track. (3:52)
Dr. Seuss - The Zax (with song)
The book is read - along with professional quality animation (no text). (3:17)
Oh, The Thinks You Can Think! by Dr. Seuss
Shows still images of the double-spread book pages with words and illustrations, so one could read along with the friendly female narrator. (2:49)
Oh, the Places You'll Go! by Dr. Seuss
Dr. Seuss's realistic, yet, encouraging advice about growing up, written later in his life, is read so very well by John Lithgow. This video shows still images of the book in double-page spreads. For the thinking child, and a confirmation for the maturing teenager. With music. (6:53)
If I Ran The Zoo by Dr. Seuss, Part 2 of 2
Continues and concludes the animated film presentation of this picture book by Dr. Seuss. Narrated by Brett Ambler, with music and credits. One of the Dr. Seuss Video Classics series. Part 2 of 2 (7:55)
Mr Brown Can Moo, Can You?
The talented Mr. Brown displays his art through a variety of noises. Not only can he moo like a cow, but he can blurp like a horn, sizzle like an egg in a frying pan, pop like a cork , eek eek like a creaky shoe, and even imitate the sound of a hippopotamus chewing gum (grum, grum, grum)! The silly rhyming text makes this a wonderful book to read aloud and giggle along with the listeners!
Hunches in Bunches
A little boy, trying to decide what to do, has all sorts of ideas presented to him by grinchy-looking hunches who give good, bad and silly ideas. The book has Dr. Seuss's bright, funny illustrations and rhymes.
A Book about Myself
Ideas to make a book about myself with each student. Parents and those who know the student are involved. Suitable for students with Moderate/Severe Special Needs.
Reading to Preschool Kids
By picking a repetitive book, children are able to follow and learn the sounds. Learn how to read to preschool kids in this free educational video about language Montessori methods.