Properties of Addition - by StudyJams
Addition properties are rules that you can follow when adding numbers. The commutative property, assiciative property, and identity, or zero, property are the rules. They can make adding as simple as singing a song. Learn more about the properties of addition with this step-by-step, interactive link from StudyJams. A short, self-checking quiz and song are also included with this link.
How to Predict the Wind from Isobars
Video is narrated by Melissa Schenk, a meteorologist. Predicting the wind is an aspect of weather prediction you'll want to master before becoming a meteorologist, learn how to predict the weather. In this video she discusses wind is important in forecasting temperature, isobars (which are a line of constant pressure), if isobars are close together or far apart, how these affect the wind, direction of wind and how these affect the temperature that is going to occur. This video includes closed ca
How To Predict The Weather : How To Predict The Rain
Video narrated by Melissa Schenk, a meteorologist. Predicting the rain is an aspect of weather prediction you'll need to become a meteorologist, learn how to predict the weather. In this video she reminds the viewer that precipitation can come in different forms, such as hail or snow. In this video she discusses what to look at to predict the rain. The video includes closed captioning. Run time 01:11.
How To Predict The Weather : A Bad Weather Watch Or A Warning?
Narrated by Melissa Schenk, a meteorologist. Weather watches and warnings are excellent indicators of future weather, learn how to use these meteorological portends to warn people of inclement weather. In this video she discusses the difference between a watch and a warning. These watches and warning can happen in any season of the year. This video includes closed captioning. Run time 01:26.
How To Predict The Weather : How To Read Radar & Satellite Weather Images
Narrated by Melissa Schenk, a meteorologist. Reading radar and satellite images in an essential part of being a meteorologist and accurately predicting the weather, learn how to read computer weather photos. In this video she tells you what radar and satellite images tell you. They not only tell you what precipitation is coming, cloud cover and wind speeds and direction. The video includes closed captioning. Run time 01:16.
Predict The Temperature
Predicting the temperature is crucial to predicting other weather elements like wind, rain, and pressure systems. Learn how to read and predict temperature in this video. Part of the series: How To Predict The Weather. Run time 01:52.
How To Predict Tornados
Predicting tornadoes can save lives. Meteorologist Melissa Schenk briefly explains watches and warnings, tornado categories, and fujita scale. Part of the series: How To Predict The Weather. Run time 01:39.
History of music - Part IV (Classical)
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach: Quartet in A minor
Christoph Willibald Gluck: Melody for violin and piano (from Orpheus and Eurydice), Dance of the blessed spirits (from Orpheus and Eurydice)
Jan Václav Stamic: Symphony in A major
Jiří Antonín Benda: Symphony in B flat major
Joseph Haydn: Trumpet concerto, Symphony nr. 94 "Surprise", Cello concerto in C major, Quartet in C major "Emperor", Quartet in D minor "Quinten", Symphony nr. 104 "London"
Josef Mysliveček: Il
Elmo Talks about the Word "Season"
Adrian Grenier and Elmo help explain what the seasons are. Season is the time of year that is known for a certain kind of weather and there are four seasons in the year. Run time 01:58.
Observe Water in Winter and Summer
On Earth, water can regularly be found in three different phases — liquid, solid, and gas — each of which has noticeably different properties. For example, a boat can glide through liquid water in summer, but it cannot do so when the water turns to solid ice in winter. Atmospheric conditions, specifically seasonal temperatures, can influence the phase in which water exists at a given time. This short video segment depicts water in different seasons at the same location. No narration. Run
Use a Highlighter to Make Glowing Water
It's easy to make water glow very brightly under a black light. This video provides instructions as well as a demonstration. There is no sound, but the instructions are written on the screen. Very simple video and easy to understand. Run time 0:56.
The Story of India- Beginnings (pt. 4)
This documentary is about the history of India. It traces the roots of
the social, religious, and historical roots of the civilization there.
The series contains many interviews with Indian citizens of all sorts.
The Foggy Dew- Irish Music by the Evergreen Band
The Evergreen Band plays The Foggy Dew Irish music using traditional instruments such as a pennywhistle, bodhran, harp, guitar, and violin. (3:14)
An introduction and example of conditional compilation as used within the C++ programming language.
William Dalrymple on travel writing
The author of "Nine Lives" discusses his friendship with Paddy Leigh Fermor, and the boom-and-bust cycle of travel literature
Stage Lighting & Managing : How Do Stage Lights Work?
Stage lights are controlled by an operator who presets the various lighting options for the show, and each light can be made brighter, softer or colored. Understand the function of stage lights with tips from an experienced stage manager in this free video on theater lighting.
Een reclameboodschap beluisteren: in het Frans een reclameboodschap begrijpen
Op het einde van deze les kun je: Naar aanleiding van een reclamespotje, een mailtje schrijven waarin je meer informatie vraagt over de opleidingscheques.
Current Research IV
Research can be serious fun, as these three scientists demonstrate in wide-ranging presentations encompassing sculpture, robotics and even time travel.
Forget the swan-shaped napkins served up by restaurants. Erik Demaine’s origami involves thousands of folds and a year’s worth of labor, and leaps from art to mat
Great Zoom out of Chicago, IL: The Sears Tower
Using data from different spacecraft and some powerful computer technology, visualizers at the Goddard Space Flight Center present you with a collection of American cities in a way you have never seen them before. Starting with our camera high above the Earth, we rush in towards the surface at what would be an impossible speed for any known vehicle. Passing though layers of atmosphere, the colors of our destinations shimmer with their own unique characteristics, and suddenly we find ourselves fl
5 Audio clip 4: Sarah Fletcher
Arrangements for care and support which people manage for themselves or have organised for them privately or informally tell us something about the shifting borders between funded and non-funded care, between health and social care, and between paid and unpaid care work. They also demonstrate how the reality of the mixed economy of care is played out in the arrangements which people make for care and support in their own households.