Thomas Edison, Inventor, Part VI
This is an animated biography of Thomas Edison from the Discovery Channel Education series. This series is aimed at older elementary school children. Run time 02:32.
Thomas Edison, Inventor, Part V
This is an animated biography of Thomas Edison from the Discovery Channel Education series. This series is aimed at older elementary school children. Run time 04:44.
Thomas Edison, Inventor, Part IV
This is an animated biography of Thomas Edison from the Discovery Channel Education series. This series is aimed at older elementary school children. Run time 05:14.
ACTUAL Footage of Thomas Edison Talking About the Lightbulb
The video is difficult to understand and it appears 'stretched' but this is ACTUAL footage of Thomas Edison talking about the development of his light bulb!
How to Study for an English Exam
An instructor gives lots of tips and advice on how to study for an English exam. Some tips she offers are to designate specific blocks of time for studying, allowing plenty of time before the test to absorb the information efficiently and review previous exams, papers and books to study for an English exam.
How To Study For Exams: The Q & A Reflex
Video compares test prep with sports practice. This slide show teaches you how to program yourself to make answering questions a simple reflex. Video is a little slow at first, but is very thorough. Grades 9-12. 9:59 min.
How to prepare for an exam - Study tips
Test Preparation: Study Environment and Organization
This clip emphasizes having a good study environment and organizational strategies as effective ways to prepare for tests. This two minute video needs to be followed up with a review and, perhaps, use WatchKnow to share it with parents. I would recommend the Cornell notetaking method instead of the one featured in this video.
How Can I Improve My Study Habits?
How Can I Improve My Study Habits?. Part of the series: Education: Teaching and Writing. To improve study habits, take detailed notes during class, organize and transcribe the notes into a separate notebook and do a manageable amount of homework and studying every day. This is a talking head video. Limited value unless reviewed afterwards and follow-up with practice in subsequent days. Run time 2:29
Thomas Edison: A Life of Invention
"Genius is one percent inspiration and ninety-nine percent perspiration" -- Thomas Edison
The life of Thomas Edison is a true "rags to riches" story. Through hard work and determination, he helped in creating the modern world in which we live today. Considered to be the greatest inventor of his or any time, Edison's wonderful inventions were a driving force of the Industrial Revolution. From the stock ticker to the phonograph; from the light bulb to motion pictures, his inventions g
Wetlands - Pond Study
Some of the most fascinating life on the planet can be found in the forests, streams and wetlands around your community. Inspect a sample of pond water and you will find a dynamic world of bizarre and interesting life. This video shows some of these life-forms and demonstrates techniques for photographing microorganisms in pond samples. Features daphnia, the larva of mosquitoes and other insects.
Why Study the Polar Regions? - Continued
Why study the polar regions? Vladimir Papitashvili – University of Michigan. Platform to study upper atmospheric phenomena. Run time 02:29.
Why study the polar regions?
Why study the polar regions? Hugh Chivers – La Jolla Sciences. He invented a machine to measure the galactic radio noise that comes from our galaxy. The galaxy operates as a fixed radio signal transmitter in space. We are at the poles because the magnetic field of the Earth guides those particles coming from the Sun to the poles of the earth. Run time 02:39.
"Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Night" Poem by Dylan Thomas
A reading of Dylan Thomas' poem accompanied by several photos of Thomas in different scenes. (1:34)
"A Refusal to Mourn" Poem by Dylan Thomas
A bombastic recitation of "A Refusal To Mourn The Death, By Fire, Of A Child In London" by Dylan Thomas, accompanied by photos of Thomas and parts of Wales where he grew up. A banner travels across the screen with the text of the poem.
Why study the magnetosphere at the poles?
David Murr of Dartmouth College explains why study the magnetosphere at the Poles: the closer to the pole, the closer you are to the outer boundaries of the Earth. In doing this, he also sees the connection between the people and the land. Run time 02:47.
Why Study the Magnetosphere at the Poles? - Continued
The discussion Why study the magnetosphere at the poles? is continued by Shin-ichiro Oyama – STEL, Nagoya who notes that there are more dramatic changes at the poles, e.g., the aurora. He is intrigued by the many things still to be explored and the beauty of the Northern climate. Run time 01:23.
Madame Thomas Wikis How To Video 1
Change theme, background colors, home icon; image.
Madame Thomas Wikis How To 2
Set up main page, center title, insert table, edit table.
Madame Thomas Wikis How To, Part 3
Upload image, size image, embed link in image, embed link in title.