I Can Do That - Beginning Reader A story about Noah and his grandma baking cookies is read aloud. One slide is shown as narrator reads the story, "I Can Do That." (1:43)
A story about Noah and his grandma baking cookies is read aloud. One slide is shown as narrator reads the story, "I Can Do That." (1:43)
Active Listening Skills
Active listening skills allow students to interact with information in a dynamic manner. Middle schoolers talk about active listening and paying attention. (3:16)
Ten Basics of Listening
In this professionally-made video, master motivator, Sean McArdle, explains the ten steps to becoming an effective listener. These ten steps are tune in, determine your role, measure value of communication, suspend judgement, receive communication, interpret information, check meaning, clarify/confirm, acknowledge listening process, and confirm meaning again. ( 5:50)
Practicing Speeches: Nonverbal Communication
This video gives you tips on what to watch for in your recording of your practice speech that you are communicating nonverbally. Learn how to practice for a speech from professional speaker and communications instructor Tracy Goodwin in this public speaking video. (1:34)
How to Make an Escher-esque Tessellation
Here's a quick tutorial on making a funky tessellation art project with just a pencil, protractor, and a sheet of construction paper. Run time 09:20.
I Want to Hold your Hand, Hand, Hand: The Mysterious Life of the Octopus
The eight-armed octopus has been depicted as a scary, gigantic
monster for centuries! Today, we know that of hundreds of species
discovered; only one species (blue-ringed octopus) contains a poisonous ink that is toxic enough to hurt people.
These strange looking creatures of the sea have almost no hard parts
at all, except for a beak which they use to break open shells! They have large brains contained in their huge heads and each of their eight arms is extremely agil
Dance Little Baby
A song with dancing rhythm which shows images of children playing. The song includes expressions such as "backwards and forwards", "Up to the ceiling down to the ground." Cartoon animations. (1:54)
Clap Hands Song
A colorful animation of some animals in a merry-go-round singing about the sounds animals make. The chorus say "clap hands" but the animals are not shown doing this. (2:20)
The More We Get Together
A librarian sings "The More We Get Together" in this video. (:37)
Nursery Rhymes - Clap Your Hands
This is a nursery rhyme with video that could most definitely amuse the children.
Head and Shoulders - Knees and Toes
This computer animated nursery rhyme that will help children identify body parts. The video shows a small boy doing jumping jacks while the song is playing. Lyrics are provided at the bottom of the screen. Run time 01:30.
Heads, Shoulders, Knees and Toes with Poppy Cat
Here is a video allowing children to learn the basic parts of their body. The cat points to the parts while singing the parts of the body.Sing and dance along with Cat to Heads, Shoulders, Knees and Toes!
Beethoven (Part 1 of 18)
"The events in this movie are based on Beethoven's writings. Beethoven was a German Composer and pianist. His music fell in a transitional period between Classical and Romantic music. Beethven studies with Haydn. Even after his hearing began to deteriorate he still composed, conducted and even performed his music. (9:55)
History of music - Part I (From ancient Greece to renaissance)
Neidhardt von Reuental: Winter wie ist nu dein Kraft (minnesang)
Guillaume de Machaut: Missa Notre Dame
Guillaume Dufay: Deus tuorum militum
Jean Ockeghem: Missa Ecce ancilla Domini
Josquin Desprez: Missa Pange lingua
Adrian Willaert: Qual dolcezza giamai
Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina: Missa Papae Marcelli
Orlando di Lasso: Mattona mia cara, Osculetur me
John Dowland: Time stands still
Renaissance Music at Lincoln Castle on Vimeo
Instruments played include a variety of percussion instruments; the sackbut (predecessor to the trombone); various recorders; a rackett (the compact reed instrument played occasionally by one of the performers seated on the step); a shawm or two (predecessor of the oboe); and a rauschpfeife (played in some pieces by the woman on the right), which has no modern equivalent. It's a capped reed instrument (like a bagpipe chanter: your lips do not touch the reed as in modern woodwinds) with a conical
History of the Internet
This video starts from 1957 through 2009. Before 1957 computers could only work on one task at a time and had to be stored in special cooled rooms. In 1957 the idea of timesharing came up-so that the processes of one computer could be shared with others. In 1958 a military network by Rand was created. These were the beginnings for our modern internet. (8:10)
Save, Export, and Delete in Audacity part 4
When you first save your file it saves the raw data as an AUP file which only can be played in Audacity. It has to be converted to be played through Quicktime or Media player. This video discusses how to save the file so it can be uploaded as well as adding music to your file. (5:41)
Computer Basics : How to Change Wallpaper
To create an expanded wallpaper picture for a computer desktop, right click on the desktop, go to "Properties", click on "Desktop" and change the position of the wallpaper to "Stretch". Change computer desktop pictures or photos from the standard centered position with information from a certified computer technician in this video on computer wallpaper.
How To Optimize Your Mac's Performance
How To Optimize Your Mac's Performance. Learn how to turn off login items and useless widgets to optimize your Mac's performance with these steps.
Step 1: Remove startup items
Remove unneeded startup items. Click the apple, go to System Preferences, and click on Accounts. Go to the Login Items tab, and deselect any applications that you don’t want to launch every time you login.
Step 2: Shrink dock
Step 3: Turn off sharing
Turn off Shar
In The Haunted House
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