Amateurs guide to ship model making
Preview video of an ebook showing you how to make your own ship model.
Construct a Geodesic Dome
This video explains how to construct a model of a geodesic dome from card and paper. Some dome history and theory is also included. A good resource for teaching structures and mechanisms.
Introduction to Cellular Respiration
The instructor uses software (and several colors for clarification) to offer an introduction to cellular respiration, glycolysis, the Kreb's Cycle, and the electron transport chain.
Lithium battery rotating
This is simply a soundless QuickTime video of a lithium battery rotating. Might be useful if you simply want to show what a lithium battery looks like. To move the battery yourself, choose "QuickTimeVR Rotation" and hold down the control key while you click and drag over the picture. May take a little while to load.
From Embryo to Duckling
This video segment from NOVA: "The Shape of Things" charts the development of a duck embryo, from its earliest stages just after fertilization, through cell replication and differentiation, to the final stage, emergence from the protection of the eggshell. Closed captioning included. Run time 01:19.
Flood Plain and Higher Ground Habitats
In this video segment from NatureScene, take a tour of the Congaree Swamp National Park to learn about where the high-ground and floodplain environments meet. The boundary between dry and semi-saturated ground supports a diversity of plants, including loblolly pines and beech trees on higher ground, as well as understory plants such as doghobble and cinnamon fern. Decomposers like mushrooms, which are also understory plants, help to break down and cycle nutrients back into the soil. Plant habita
Plutons and Mountain Formation
How do mountains really form? Video explains plutons and how mountains form.
Wyoming Oil Shale Deposits - Description, Origin, and Exploitation
This video describes the Wyoming oil shales, origins, and methods of exploitation. There is some discussion of coal in western Canada. This is part of a geology course through Laurentian University in Ontario. "Understanding the Earth" originally aired on TVO Ontario in 1975 and rebroadcasted in 1986 Provided by mineguy101. Information is good but production quality of the video is quite dated. Run time 6:12
Geology: Sedimentary Rocks
In this video, Geology expert, Dr. Matthew Genge, explains the basics of sedimentary rocks and describes, with beautiful pictures and diagrams, how they're created. (1:44)
Learn About Sedimentary Rocks
In this video the viewer will learn about sedimentary rocks. Phrases appear on the screen to highlight the words of the speaker. (01:44)
Sedimentary Rocks - by StudyJams
Sedimentary rock is naturally formed in the earth's crust. It is formed when sediment deposits form layers, compact, and then cement together, creating new rock. Sedimentary rocks are used for building materials, and sometimes they even contain fossils. Learn more about sedimentary rock with this slide show from StudyJams. Vibrant pictures are set to music with information written under each photo. A short, self-checking quiz is also included with this link.
Mining Minerals and Metals
In this video from the Science and Technology Chat series, elementary school students visit the McCaw School of Mines and take a tour of a demonstration mine. First, they learn how gold is extracted from sediment through panning. They also learn about structural safety features and the use of controlled explosions. Finally, they learn that Nevada mines contain large deposits of gypsum, which is used in many everyday items, including drywall. Run time 02:45.
In this video, a classroom teacher defines possessive nouns and tells how to make nouns possessive. Then, she provides different examples of possessive nouns in different classroom situations. Different slides of students are shown illustrating each sentence that uses a possessive noun.
When to Use Capital Letters
When to Use Capital Letters. Part of the series: Teaching & Writing. Capital letters are used for proper nouns, for the pronoun "I," for the beginning of first and last names, for titles, in acronyms and at the beginning of each new sentence.
Capitalization of Languages and Nationalities
In this video, a teacher gives a brief overview of rules surrounding the capitalization of languages and nationalities, then gives examples of sentences written incorrectly that must be fixed.
Nanna Know It All Explains Buoyancy
Nanna explains the buoyancy of ocean guiding vessel. She uses raisins and soda water to demonstrate. The Kids Know It movies bring your student on a fun and interactive journey through the world around us. Run time 05:52
This 1:30 video is about atoms in their ground state that are electrically neutral and have an equal number of electrons and protons. It uses graphics and a narrator. A good introduction.
Molecules in Liquid
As molecules in a solid get hotter, they vibrate faster and faster and eventually slip out of their lattice-work pattern. When this occurs, the substance melts, changing from a solid to a liquid state. Eureka was a series of short cartoons on physics that ran on public television in the 1980's. The video explains the concept in simple and well illustrated way. Good for students of any elementary school level.
Forces in Nature: Landslides
A three minute video explaining landslides and shows specific examples of landslides in the bay area.
Soil Texture - Environmental Science
Learn all about soil texture and how to test for clay, silt and sand. English captions are at the bottom of the screen. The words are small so the viewer may want to open the video to 'full screen'. Key vocabulary words include: sand, silt, clay, organic matter, porosity, permeability, and loam. Run time 02:22.