Egyptische Rijk : Werkblaadjes Het Egyptische rijk in een notendop. In vijf werkblaadjes, geïlustreerd met afbeeldingen, korte teksten en kaartjes, vind je:
Het Egyptische rijk in een notendop. In vijf werkblaadjes, geïlustreerd met afbeeldingen, korte teksten en kaartjes, vind je:
South Sudanese Say No Tribalism, Survey Finds
After celebrating their independence, South Sudanese began looking inward. The Pulitzer Center sat down with Traci Cook, the resident director in South Sudan for the National Democratic Institute who conducted a survey in South Sudan. Cook expressed Sudan's need for efforts regarding nation building. The main issue that was shown through Cooks survey was the negative view of tribalism. Tribalism in South Sudan creates an imbalance of power and division of the Sudanese people. The surveyed showed
Charles Schreyvogel, primary source of Ford's cavalry charges
This dissertation demonstrates John Ford’s use of images from a wide range of sources in many of his films. In particular, it examines Ford’s use of images based on the conventions of American […]
The Keck Telescope
This video of the Keck Telescope on Mauna Kea, Island of Hawaii was produced to acknowledge the contributions of the W. M. Keck Foundation including its support for the National Academies' Keck Futures Initiative.
More information can be viewed at www.kecktelescopeexhibit.org
The video, which contains original high definition footage shot by Moey Inc specifically for this project, shows the telescope in action while introducing the viewer to an overview of the research work bei
The Paper Crane
This video includes text, narration, and pictures for the story The Paper Crane by Molly Bang. The book is part of the suggested reading material listed on the corestandards.org website for grades K-1. (04:10)
Sample performance tasks for this book include:
Students identify words and phrases within Molly Bang’s The Paper Crane that appeal to the senses and suggest the feelings of happiness experienced by the owner of the restaurant (e.g., clapped, played, love
The Sun and stars emits radio waves — not just visible and infrared light. In the 1930s, Karl Jansky built the first devise to "listen" to the sun, collecting radio waves from far off stars and focusing them onto a detector. This invention provided astronomers with a completely different view of the Universe — prompting the discovery of radio stars, quasars, and black holes.
This video features a model of the Algonquin Radio Observatory (ARO), located in Ontario's Algonq
Sounds of the Universe Captured by Radio Telescopes
All of these sounds were acquired with amateur radio telescopes. (1:02)
Python vs Alligator
The Burmese Python is taking over as one of the Florida Everglades most dangerous wild animals. This aggressive Burmese Python takes on an alligator. (3:00)
The Wombat is a Marsupial that can be found in Australia. They are quadrupeds who are herbivores and are, for the most part, nocturnal creatures that reside in mountains and forests. They are exclusively found in Australia and, one interesting fact about these furry little animals is their backwards facing pouch, which evolved in order to avoid dirt gathering while digging and burrowing. (3:06)
Early Recognition of Development Problems
Do you know all the ways you should measure your childs growth? We naturally think of height and weight, but from birth to 5 years, your child should reach milestones in how he plays, learns, speaks and acts. A delay in any of these areas could be a sign of a developmental problem, even autism. The good news is, the earlier its recognized the more you can do to help your child reach her full potential. Early recognition of developmental disabilities such as autism is key for parents and provider
How To Study!
This video is three minutes and has some tips about studying for a test and that includes creative thinking, the use of only music with 60 beats per minute, and is of best use for older students. The narrator promotes his own site a great deal.
Moscow's Cat Circus
Everyone knows the dogs can be trained, but this family makes a living off of training ordinary house cats to perform in the circus. You’ll be hard-pressed to find a more unusual circus, or father-daughter performing duo. The Moscow Cat Theatre is just that: a travelling show of cats that perform amazing tricks for the owners who love and train them. Everybody in Russia may be used to seeing cats perform tricks, as the theatre’s manager explains in this funny, charming film, bu
Began in the 1970s as an experimental city and urban laboratory, Arcosanti continues it’s mission today by proposing an alternative to urban sprawl. Arcosanti seeks to give the urban system a boundary, keeping the natural countryside in close proximity to its urban dwellers. Located in the high desert of Arizona, just 70 miles north of Phoenix, Arcosanti will house 5,000 residents and will occupy only 25 acres of a 4060-acre land preserve when complete. (3:03)
Phonics Lesson 1-Part 4-Spelling
Sounds that have been taught as well as sight words are used for spelling real words and writing sentences. This is part 4 of Lesson 1 of Miss Mary Beth's phonics lesson. This is great for teachers to learn new ways of introducing/review sound relationships. (1:46)
Zoodle the Puppet Talks About Transportation
This video introduces various types of transportation. Young learners will enjoy the real life footage of boats, trains, trucks, and airplanes. This video would work well in conjunction with non-fiction/fiction texts on transportation. (2:23)
The Grace Card: Movie Trailer
This selection is the movie trailer for the film The Grace Card, a very compelling story. Sam, a policeman and part-time preacher, is partnered with Mac, a very racist man. Sam is determined to show grace and love to Mac, despite his hate. ( 2:13)
Beginning Reading-"at" words-(cat, sat, rat, hat)
This video uses cute pictures and simple at words. Words used are cat, rat, hat, sat. Words appear at bottom of screen as they are read aloud. This is a good resource for beginning readers. (2:10)
Music and Math
Why do I need math? I'm going to be a musician!" This six-minute movie contains amazing
drumming, a breakdown of the mathematics of rhythm and a professional's opinion
on technology and creativity and includes a classroom activity.
A Celebration of Algebraic Geometry, August 25-28, 2011 William Fulton: Degeneracy loci formulas for bundles with symmetries
Emergency Procedures, Concordia University, Montreal, 2011
http://www.concordia.ca/emergency/ The Office of Emergency Management is responsible for maintaining Concordia University's emergency management plan. Its mission is to promote university-wide emergency preparedness by developing and implementing programs and projects in emergency planning, mitigation, response and recovery. This video takes you through some of the standard procedures for several kinds of emergencies that might take place on campus.