Students will practice interpreting bivariate tables by examining the relationship between credit hours and study hours, gender and video games, and type of school and language offerings.
Exploring Appalachian Poverty in Ohio
As students investigate Appalachian poverty and its social policy implications, they will explore the difference between correlation and causation, learn about poverty indicators, and practice creating and interpreting graphs.
Using Existing Statistics to Test Social Disorganization Theory
This module is used in an online Criminology Course. The students have read their textbook discussing social disorganization theory and in this data analysis exercise will have the opportunity to test this theory with data obtained from the Census Bureau.
Collaborate and Create Inservice
The Collaborate and Create learning project is an online resource created to assist in the in-service of educators seeking to integrate technology into their classroom curriculum. This resource will assist in the development of learning groups organized around real problems of practice that provide access to outside resources and expertise.
This Web site, created to complement the Museum's Darwin exhibit, examines the man and theory that changed the course of science and society.
#5 Music Theory: Reading sheet music
A music theory tutorial on how to read sheet music, the names of the clefs, the names of the notes.
#6 Music theory: Interval Music Theory
This music theory lesson covers intervals, some basic musical signs, sharps and flats, dynamics as well as staccato and legato playing. (27:36)
#4 Music theory: Note values and time signatures
A music theory tutorial on time signatures and note values. Time signatures 2/4, 3/4, and 4/4 are discussed. The names of note values and time length are demonstrated. Andrew writes out rhythms and claps them out.(28:52)
How To Read Sheet Music - The Basics
This is a video that covers the very basic things you need to know when you are going to read sheet music. Its based on visual examples and my explanations, and some audio -samples. If something is unclear, you have to pause to look extra at the pictures, rewind to listen extra times. When it comes to this kind of theory, you just have to take it slow. To pause and rewind is especially important.
#28 Basic Modulation : How to Modulate into Another Key
In this lesson I explain what modulation is and introduce the very basics of modulating. Also, I explain what an Applied Dominate is and how to use it in your composing. Knowing your Circle of fifths is VERY important so if you aren't familiar with it yet, go check out my lesson # 9 which covers the circle of fifths. Music theory is fun! woo!
Piano Lessons - Ear Training 101 Music Theory
From http://www.PlayPianoTODAY.com Download this program at: ( PlayPianoTODAY.com/et ) "Ear Training" - spend 5 minutes per day with this program and you'll dramatically increase your ability to play the piano by ear. Ear training, music theory - Check it out! (9:06)
#15 Music Theory: Scale degrees, Tonic & Dominant
In this lesson on how to use scale degrees in music theory. I teach on the topic of tonic and dominant, but also the flow of music by using chord progressions.
Teaching Attributes with Sorting Circles
This brief video is a teacher explaining how to use sorting circles or a Venn diagram to compare attributes of various shapes. The teacher demonstrates how to model the lesson and suggests that the sorting circles could then be used in a learning center for additional reinforcement and practice.
Multiplication tables - Structured Drill Video
In this video learn how to drill multiplication tables
effectively - not with random drill, but with a three-step approach that
keeps the drilling in a context, in a structure. The three steps are:
1) Skip counting pattern using a number line; 2) the actual
multiplication tables practice; and 3) practicing backwards.
Daily 6 traits Writing
ASILOMAR REGIONAL READING CONFERENCE March 6, 7 and 8, 2009: Learn how Daily Six-Trait Writing, a new resource for grades 1-6 +, provides trait-based writing instruction and practice of skills through short, concrete lessons and activities. (8:48)
Estimation - MathsPower
This slide show tutorial is on the subject of estimation. Estimation is defined and practice is given estimating how many small shapes will fit inside a larger shape.
Skip Counting by 9
This video provides practice in skip counting by 9's. It is set to music which aids in memorization of the facts.
Angle Game, Part 2 THe instructor uses an electronic blackboard with different colors. The angle game is explained and played using a star shape. Using information student knows about various angles they can figure out the sizes of the angle X. Video can be stopped and then restarted to get solution. Video gives some measurements and instructed to find the rest of the Author(s):
THe instructor uses an electronic blackboard with different colors. The angle game is explained and played using a star shape. Using information student knows about various angles they can figure out the sizes of the angle X. Video can be stopped and then restarted to get solution. Video gives some measurements and instructed to find the rest of the Author(s):
ABC Phonics Chant With Musical Accompaniment
This video is a phonics chant to help students practice and review their phonics and alphabet at home. Each letter is shown on the screen first in upper and lower case. Then the sound of each letter is made. Finally, the letter name and sound are stated with a picture of an item beginning with the designated letter and sound. For example, M, /m/, mouse. The letters are easy to see and the sounds are clearly made, making this great for phonics practice.
The New FAST Alphabet - ABC Phonics Chant
This video shows each letter, makes each letter sound, and says the name of an item beginning with each letter along with a picture of the item. The chant is fairly quick, but the letter sounds and words are enunciated quite clearly making it a good practice tool for letters and sounds.