Estar + Emotions
Learn some vocabulary to talk about different emotions that people can have. It would be good to already understand the verb estar if you are planning on using this video to figure out new vocabulary dealing with emotions. The video is in lecture format with an instructor standing in front of a black screen. Examples are written on the screen throughout the lesson. Run time 06:49.
Marian Anderson-Rare Footage Singing 'Ave Maria'
Vintage film of Marian Anderson with Leopold Stokowski in 1944.
"Raggs" PBS Series - Teddy Bears Teach Manners PBS video. The Raggs characters use teddy bears to teach good manners. Characters set-up a situation and use their teddy bears to show how to use manners. Raggs teddy has bad manners and the other teddies help him learn good manners. Video is of good quality. (3:46)
PBS video. The Raggs characters use teddy bears to teach good manners. Characters set-up a situation and use their teddy bears to show how to use manners. Raggs teddy has bad manners and the other teddies help him learn good manners. Video is of good quality. (3:46)
Influenza virus explained - how humans catch flu
This is a 2 minute animated video about influenza and how humans get the flu. It takes you on the journey of an influenza virus, how it is contracted, attack attacks, and ultimately departs from the cell of an infected person.
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Number of Handshakes
This video explains how mathematical modeling is used to generate a formula for the number of handshakes possible. The situation essentially asks how many sides and diagonals are in a given polygon and generates the triangle numbers: 1, 3, 6, 10, 15, … (2:43)
Aesop's Fables- The Dog and the Bone
An animated short cartoon movie that depicts Aesop's fable. "The Dog and the Bone." A hungry dog learns a lesson in being greedy. (4:21)
Aesop's Fable- Saving the Wolf
A simple animated cartoon film of Aesop's fable, "Saving the Wolf." In this story a wolf starts to choke on his dinner. A crane comes along and saves the wolf's life and demands a reward. She learns that greed does not work with gratitude. Good sound and production. (3:10)
The Ant And The Dove, a fable by Aesop
This is a cartoon animation of one of Aesop's fables, The Ant And The Dove. The moral of the story is one good turn deserves another. The dove helps the ant that is struggling for life. The ant in spite of bring small, comes to the dove's help at a crucial moment. As the reader recites the words, text appears at the bottom of the screen. Narrated by a man with an Indian accent; with music. (3:30)
Evolution of Classical Music: Part 1 of 3 - Bach to Chopin -
This is just an invitation to classical music. This morphs through many composers playing a few bars of each composer's famous pieces. (3:28)
How-To Draw Mickey Mouse Like An Expert
Get a quick lesson on how-to draw Mickey Mouse from Disney Master Artist, John Quinn. Grab a pencil and paper and draw Mickey Mouse just like the experts. The video runs quickly and may need to be paused or repeated. (01:53)
The Down Quark
This video presents a visual representation of the 'Down Quark'. The down quark is a fundamental particle, and can change from a down quark to an up quark. Find out what a down quark is in this informative video. (01:39)
How to Write College Admissions Essay
This video is about things to use and avoid when writing the essay for your college admissions committee. Lots of good points are mentioned. A must read for all high school and junior college students to watch.
Titles are often underlined with large books, TV shows,
movies, games, works of art and album titles. Learn from a tutor about every instance in which titles need to be underlined in this clip.
Graphing Linear Equations and Inequalities: Plotting Points in the Plane
This module contains the a graphing linear equations and inequalities from Elementary Algebra by Denny Burzynski and Wade Ellis, Jr.
The Return of Depression Economics Part 3: The night they reread Minsky [Audio]
Speaker(s): Professor Paul Krugman | The global economic crisis has shaken a lot of what we thought we knew about economics. Over three consecutive evenings, Professor Krugman will cover the causes of the crisis; the deeply vexed question of how and when the world economy can recover; and the implications of the whole mess for economics and economists. Paul Krugman is centenary professor at LSE and professor of economics and international affairs at Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University. I
Public Service Broadcasting and Public Value: the remaining challenges for the BBC [Audio]
Speaker(s): Sir Michael Lyons | The out-going chairman of the BBC's governing body will give his view on the future of the corporation and its role in British society. Michael Lyons is the outgoing chairman of the BBC Trust.
Rain forests and Deforestation
Lesson plan covering the diversity of animal and plant life in rainforests and asks questions about the threat of deforestation worldwide. Also features weblinks and a crossword activity.
Great Ocean Conveyor Belt: Part I
This image from GRID-Arendal depicts the major circulation pattern of the ocean, illustrating interactions between temperature, salinity, and depth.
This 2:39 video is about the Olmec culture, which was very sophisticated. Olmec civilization lasted for 1,000 years before Plato wrote about the lost city of Atlantis, which may have been based on this culture. There is a lot of information here about this tribe and some interesting questions that might motivate students to do some thinking about that time period.
Medical Anthropology at Oxford: Maize, Men and New Medical Models
This presentation by doctoral student Kristina Baines was delivered at the Medical Anthropology at Oxford conference 10 Years at the Intersections. It focuses on embodied ecological heritage and health in Southern Belize.