Song: He knows my name
A religious song about "our maker". There are religious images and landscapes shown in a video and the lyrics are shown as the song goes.
Performing "The Walrus Hunt"
This video, adapted from material provided by the ECHO partners, shows how students in Anchorage, Alaska, develop a song and dance to tell about a walrus hunt. Their goal in creating this dance is to connect with their Yup'ik and Iñupiaq cultures, help preserve the cultures for future generations, and express their joy in being part of those cultures. To share their dance with others, the students produce a music video of their work, excerpts of which appear in this video. Closed captioni
Louisiana Flag and Anthem The Louisiana’s flag design consists of the pelican group from the state seal, in white and gold, and a white ribbon bearing the state motto, "Union, Justice, and Confidence", on a field of a solid blue. Flag was adopted in 1912. The anthem: “Give Me Louisiana” was written by Doralice Fontane and composed by Dr. John Croom. With this video you can see the flag and hear the anthem. Good for all students.
The Louisiana’s flag design consists of the pelican group from the state seal, in white and gold, and a white ribbon bearing the state motto, "Union, Justice, and Confidence", on a field of a solid blue. Flag was adopted in 1912. The anthem: “Give Me Louisiana” was written by Doralice Fontane and composed by Dr. John Croom. With this video you can see the flag and hear the anthem. Good for all students.
Minnesota State Flag and Song
The state flag of Minnesota is shown against a blue sky. The Minnesota state flag is royal blue, with a gold fringe. In the center of the flag is the state seal. Around the state seal is a wreath of the state flower, the lady slipper. Three dates are woven into the wreath: 1858, the year Minnesota became a state; 1819, the year F
The Thacker Mountain Radio Show in Oxford, Mississippi
Thacker Mountain Radio takes place in the evening at a local book store. Travel with Bennett-Watt and discover what makes Thacker Mountain Radio Show in Oxford, Mississippi so special. Run time 06:15.
Nebraska Facts Quiz
Learn some very interesting and entertaining facts about Nebraska laws in this true/false facts quiz about Nebraska. (Amateur video of unusual facts)
Weird US / Texas trip
In this video the narrators go to Texas, in the video they visit Cadillac Ranch and the Cross in Groom, Texas. Video is good quality and has information for students studying these areas of the United States.
Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone National Park - With over 250 active hot springs, amongst them Old Faithful, Yellowstone National Park is home to some of nature's most amazing wildlife and rare geological phenomenon. Yellowstone was the first National Park in the United States. (02:13)
First joint interview of 41st and 43rd presidents - Father and Son P - 1
US Presidents Bush (#41) and Bush (#43) Give Historical Father-Son Presidential Interview -FOX NEWS
This is a spin on the traditional game of using numbers and operations to form an expression equal to a certain number. The game uses dominoes and multiple target numbers.
CBS News: Obama Wins Election
"Breaking News:" CBS News projects that Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama will become the next President of the United States. Katie Couric discusses this historic event. Shows Grant Park before speech.
Short " A" Song - Hooked on Phonics
A catchy rock and roll song accompanies this animated cartoon video from "Hooked on Phonics". It focuses on the short vowel "a." (:45)
Sound of Short E Song - Hooked on Phonics
This short animated song presents the sound of short "e" in the context of words. Words include egg, elephant, and elk. Pictures of the words are shown on the screen as they are mentioned in the song. (:52)
Discovery Education Video. Video discusses natural numbers, whole numbers, fractions, and integers. Then they discuss how rational numbers are used in recipes. Video is good quality and good for all students as a review or initial learning of the topic.
Discovery Education Video. Video discusses irrational numbers, such as the number pi because it has no decimal equivalent. Then it discusses how irrational numbers relate to rational numbers. Video is good quality and good for all students as a review or initial learning of the topic.
Students learn that probability is the likelihood that a given event will happen, and probability can be found using the following ratio: (number of favorable outcomes) / (number of total outcomes). For example, the probability that the flip of a coin will come up heads is: (1 favorable outcome) / (2 possible outcomes), or 1/2. Note that probability can be written as a fraction (1/2), a decimal (0.5) or a percent (50%). Video is good quality and good for all students as a review or initial learn
Childbirth Stations of Presentation
3-D animation with time-lapse showing the stations of presentation during labor and childbirth. The animation follows the child's progress through the birth canal. Music plays as background, but is not needed. Grades 6-12. 1:54 min.
American Obesity Benchmark
This video takes a look at Americas' obesity epidemic. There are lots of facts and stats. It shares a lot of information about choosing the right foods and not processed foods. This video is very in-depth and detailed.....well done! (8:40)
What is Astrobiology?
This video from the Science and Technology Chat series introduces astrobiology, a field of science concerned with finding life elsewhere in the universe. Learn how astrobiologists study the conditions in which life emerged on Earth and complex organisms evolved, and how this knowledge helps them in their search for other planetary bodies capable of fostering life. The video features remote-sensing technologies, such as satellites, and mechanical rovers that can collect data from other planets or
Plausible? Journeying Through Space and Time in a Wormhole
Journeying Through Space and Time in a Wormhole - Professor Ian Morison discusses time, one of the most mysterious concepts in our Universe. It is easy to describe how we define its passage and how we can make exceedingly accurate clocks but questions as to what determines the arrow of time and whether time travel is possible can tax the most brilliant minds! (03:43)