Mac vs PC
This video discusses the basic differences between these computers. (3:56)
How to borrow in Subtraction problems with Tom Lehrer
Tom Lehrer preforms a song on what he calls "New Math" on how to borrow in subtraction problems.
Introduction to Division Part 1 Hide and Go Seek with the Moon by Eric Herman The Elephant's Lullaby by Tom Knight How to Properly Read a Decimal Number Visions of the Future Social Networking in Plain English Newton's Laws The Civil War: A Explanation by a Historian How to Conduct an Orchestra The Next Evolution of Man Difference Between Frogs and Toads Counting to Twenty Tennis Match With Big Bird Count to Five with the Pig Puppet Buddhism: The Awakened One The American Constitution: Patrick Henry Adjectives Used to Describe Things Color Robot - Rap Song ¿Cómo Eres? – Describing Your Personality
Part 1 of a series by Professor Lawrence Perez at Saddleback College. Live action movie has an interesting perspective. The people are very small and the interactive white board is very large.
An animated song. (4:11)
Moving Box Studios and Tom Knight Productions team up to bring you a music video titled The Elephant's Lullaby. Very cute tune and well-made video. The jungle animals try to convince Ellie, the baby elephant, that she needs to go to bed. Young children will enjoy this video. It is a fun teaching resource for a variety of subjects: music class, thematic unit on jungle animals, etc. (04:35)
The instructor in this five-minute video, using humor, demonstrates how to properly read a decimal number and identify the place values. This video is a clip from a larger segment called Living With Decimals.
What do you think the house of the future will be like? This short, three minute video will touch on the visions and inventions we THOUGHT would be reality by the year 2010, like the personal robot, self cleaning dishes, and levitating frying pan.
A short explanation of social networking websites and why they are popular. You will be taken off site and back to YouTube to view this video. Simply click on "Watch on YouTube" that appears on the black screen. (1:47)
For all the phenomena of The Mechanical Universe, Isaac Newton laid down the laws. A refinement on Galileo's law of inertia, Newton's first law states that every body remains at rest or continues in uniform motion unless an unbalanced force acts on it. His second law, the most profound statement in classical mechanics, relates the causes to the changes of motion in eve
A talking head video with some good statistics in the 1:34 video. Good for advanced students. Offers insights into the effects of the war, too, but mainly a weak tool for the study of this war.
This is the first of four tutorials about conducting an orchestra for the purpose of recording a music soundtrack. The sound quality is a bit hard to understand for some students. Includes how to put music on film as well. A must watch for conducting an orchestra.
This amateur video is about evolution as a gradual change to a more complex and better society. The narrator talks about "mind awareness" and "foster presence and stillness in life." This is a scholarly philosophical narration. Mr. Scott discusses the oneness of the world.
The difference between frogs and toads is a taxonomic issue not maintained in general naming, though the frogs called 'toads' do tend to have dry and bumpy skin. (01:58)
Big Bird and Tony Danza take part in a Sesame Street tennis match in. They count from 1-20 as the ball is hit back and forth. Big Bird wins the match after hitting the ball the 20th time. (1:48)
This is a very entertaining video and it is sure to keep your child's attention while he/she learns at the same time. Run time 01:32.
This video shows an interview to Gen Mondrub, a Buddhist leader, who gives the definition of Buddhism. He explains what exactly they mean by "awaken" and the way in which this is represented in the religion.
Patrick Henry became a symbol of American independence when he famously declared "give me liberty, or give me death!" This short video deals with Patrick Henry. A forceful presentation.
This lesson shows how describe things. There is reference to shape,color, material, etc and there are examples presented with images. You can read the words on the screen.
This song will help students in identifying each of the colors. Lyrics include, "I'm a color robot. I'm thinking of the color of grass and trees. It's also the color of brocolli and beans. You know that color! It's the color GREEN!...." Lyrics are also provided on the screen. (03:04)
Use the verb ser to answer the question, "¿Cómo eres?" or what are you like? In addition to talking about the grammar behind this concept the video also introduces a bunch of vocabulary words that can be used to describe yourself. Run time 05:53.
Hide and Go Seek with the Moon by Eric Herman
The Elephant's Lullaby by Tom Knight
How to Properly Read a Decimal Number
Visions of the Future
Social Networking in Plain English
The Civil War: A Explanation by a Historian
How to Conduct an Orchestra
The Next Evolution of Man
Difference Between Frogs and Toads
Counting to Twenty Tennis Match With Big Bird
Count to Five with the Pig Puppet
Buddhism: The Awakened One
The American Constitution: Patrick Henry
Adjectives Used to Describe Things
Color Robot - Rap Song
¿Cómo Eres? – Describing Your Personality