The Function of Parties in America
A political party is a group of people who try to influence policy agendas and whose ultimate goal is to run the government by getting their favorite candidates elected. Two political parties, the Democratic Party and the Republican Party, have long dominated American government and politics. These and other parties are typically differentiated by their beliefs, principles, and policy agenda. In other words, they can be distinguished by their political ideologies. (Video is narrated with slides
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Factors That Lead to Party Identification
A personâ€™s loyalty to or preference for one political party is called party identification. When people identify with a party, they usually agree with the partyâ€™s stance on a few major issues and give little weight to its stance on issues they consider minor or secondary. An individualâ€™s party identification tends to be life long unless there is a major shift in a partyâ€™s agenda or problems with its leadership. (Video is narrated with slides and speeches.)
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Solving Calculus Word Problems Involving Rate of Change
When solving calculus word problems, it's important to know that the slope of the tangent line and the slope of the curve are the same thing. Discover how rate of change refers to the derivative.  The instructor uses a document camera to aide in his presentation.

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Calculus Related Rates
This video takes you through some Calculus Related Rates.Â  The video has a clear speaker and shows step-by-step powerpoint slides. (10:57)
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History of Mathematics : Who Invented the Ruler?
The ruler was invented by different civilizations of different time periods. Discover the origin of the ruler with tips from Steve Jones who uses a white board to aide in his presentation.
Though the video is in English, there are English captions at the bottom of the screen which may be helpful in a large room.

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History of Mathematics : The History of Pascal's Triangle
The history of Pascal's triangle has little to do with Pascal himself. Learn the history of Pascal's triangle with tips from a mathematics instructor, Steve Jones,Â who is an experienced high school mathematics and science teacher.

Filmmaker: Paul Volniansky

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When the Moors Ruled in Spain (2 of 11)
'The description Moors has referred to several historic and modern populations of Muslim (and earlier non-Muslim) people of Berber and Arab descent from North Africa, some of whom came to conquer and occupy the Iberian Peninsula for nearly 800 years' (Moors,Wikipedia, 2009). This video is suitable for older middle school and high school students.
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Evidence of Water on Mars
In this video, astronomer Louie Bernstein tells WatchMojo.com what the discovery of
water on mars could mean to the future of space exploration, and
discusses the possibility of finding life on mars.

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Learn French - Tous en ScÃ¨ne, Part 1
This brief video, which focuses on various activities,Â has simple sentences spoken by a native speaker in French and the sentences are accompanied by appropriate images. The video, however,Â would be better served if the English translation were present, especially for beginning French learners. It is well-produced with clear sound.
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The Alphabet
This is a fun animated video to engage children in learning their alphabet. This video will be great for teaching the children their letters.
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How to Use Instant Yeast in Bread Baking
This one minute video shows how instant yeast works in bread baking.
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Measurement: The Foundation of Chemistry
The distinction between accuracy and precision and its importance in commerce and science are explained. Numerous examples of real world use of chemical measurement are shown. Various equipment is used to demonstrate specific levels of precision.
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Dump site waste management demonstrates chemistry's benefits and problems. Video discusses the challenge of getting rid of chemical waste products in a way that does not harm the environment. It also discusses the importance of chemistry in analyzing the effects on the environment and possible solutions to environmental hazards.

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What is Chemistry?
This brief clip, which is part of a larger segment, provides an introduction to Chemistry while using a little humor.
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Introduction to Chemistry
An overview introduction to chemistry using a slideshow
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Chemistry Vapor Pressure
This video gives a great explanation of vapor pressure and all the elements involved.Â  It gives great diagrams and visual aids that help in remembering the information.
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Crohns Disease Module 2: What is Crohns Disease?
Learn how the diagnosis is made. Questions addressed in this module include: Is there a cure? How common is Crohns? What medications or treatments are available? Is it serious? What kind of tests will be involved in the future? What happens now?Â Find out with this video.
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Teaching Method for Home Schooling Geography
An experienced teacher and home school authority talks about teaching methods for home schooling in this video clip.  She talks about designing an education for home schooling in geography and what to do if you don't know how to teach everything.

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Competing Ideologies
Wendell Brooks is a teacher at the diverse Berkeley High School in
Berkeley, California. Mr. Brooks' ninthâ€“grade history class focuses on a variety of political ideologies present during the period of World War
I. His class includes lively discussion on capitalism, communism,
totalitarianism, and Nazism, as portrayed by leaders such as Hitler and Mussolini. In his lesson, Mr. Brooks incorporates a Socratic discussion into his lesson, as well as group activities and present

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The Arts in Every Classroom: Responding to the Arts
Learner Team members and students compare two multi-arts performance pieces from different eras, Quidam (1996) and Parade (1917). They discover how our perception of a work of art is influenced by what we know about the time and place it was created. They also explore how music can establish a mood, create their own vaudeville acts, and learn a process of critical evaluation.
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