Problem Solving in Mathematics
Problem Solving in Mathematics. Part of the series: Math Equations, Fractions; Problem Solving. To problem solve in mathematics, take each problem step-by-step, expand the problem for more clarity and be meticulous with each stage of the problem. Solve equations, formulas and other math are exlained in this four minute video. This video moves very rapidly and so a replay and stopping the video may be of value.
Solving One-Step Equations
Equations are fundamental to Algebra, and solving one step equations is necessary for students in order to learn how to solve two-step equations, and other multi-step equations. This video clip explains the difference between an equation and an expression. (1:15)
Solving Two-Step Equations
Solving two-step equations will help introduce students to solving equations in multiple steps, a skill necessary in Algebra I and II. This video explains how to solve these types of equations by using additive and multiplicative inverses to isolate and solve for the variable. (00:46)
Supply and Demand
This video demonstrates the supply and demand graphic model used in senior economics.
Ancient Greek pronounciation
A video on pronouncing ancient greek words. The symbols used in Greek to show the sound a letter makes is discussed.
Time-lapse movie of a Föhn wave
Time lapsed photography of a Fohn Wave. A Fohn Wave is a cloud form created by atmospheric standing waves. These waves are created as stable air flows over a mountain range, and can either form above or in the lee of the range. As an air mass travels through the wave, it undergoes repeated uplift and descent. This video has no sound. Run time 01:38.
French-The Past Perfect Tense
In this video, we see and hear how to create regular and irregular past participles. The helping verbs avoir and etre are conjugated and then we see how to put them together to form the past perfect tense.
Thank Goodness for Gravity
The boy featured in this video has concerns about spinning through space on Earth until he is introduced to a Foucault pendulum. He learns that French scientist Jean Bernard Léon Foucault used his knowledge of pendulums to demonstrate Earth’s rotation and how that movement is a steady, measurable motion rather than a dangerous one. KET adapted this video from the original produced by the Lexington Public Library in Lexington, KY. Run time 05:46.
Using the Distributive Property
The distributive property is one of the most important and fundamental parts of algebra. In this video the math teacher shows how to break down the equation in to the simplier components. Shows negative numbers also. This is a great beginning video. Video is good quality and good for all students as review or initial learning of concept.
Alabama State Flag and State Song
The flag and song of the State of Alabama, against a blue sky. See the Alabama Flag fly and listen to the Alabama State Song.
Weird US Plunges Into Bonne Terre Mine
From the History Channel (produced by KPI) in which they explore the strange subterranean world of a vast flooded lead mine. The Bonne Terre Mine was originally a lead mine, during the late 19th century. Now the mine is open for tours and is also known as a Scuba diving attraction. Video is good quality and has information for students studying these areas of the United States.
7 Wonders of Utah: The Salt Lake Temple and Tabernacle StandardNET Live video. Video gives a history of the Salt Lake Temple and Tabernacle. Video discusses how the Salt Lake Temple was built and how important it is to the state. Video also discusses how many people and countries were involved in the building of the Temple. The Temple was not open until 40 years after it was begun. Video is of good quality. Video is appropriate for elementary and middle school. (2"04)
StandardNET Live video. Video gives a history of the Salt Lake Temple and Tabernacle. Video discusses how the Salt Lake Temple was built and how important it is to the state. Video also discusses how many people and countries were involved in the building of the Temple. The Temple was not open until 40 years after it was begun. Video is of good quality. Video is appropriate for elementary and middle school. (2"04)
Late Show with David Letterman - Sen. Barack Obama
Senator Barack Obama tackles the "lipstick on a pig" controversy and other campaign issues in an appearance on "The Late Show with David Letterman."
American Troops React To Obama Election
"CBS News:" Troops based just south of Baghdad react to the election of Sen. Barack Obama, saying they will support him as president.
2008 Obama Presidential Campaign
This was one of Obama's 1st released commercials when he decided to run for president. It attempts to sell his idea of family values and gives a very brief biographical background. (1:00)
This professional video gives close-up footage and describes the characteristics of bed bugs. Video shows how bed bugs suck your blood. The video could be used with a lesson about symbiosis and parasites. 2:10 min.
Wow! Giant Octopus - Extreme Animals
Watch this amazing footage as Steve Leonard gets up close and personal with a giant octopus in the freezing sea waters. Would you be happy to get this close to an Extreme Animal with giant eyes? This professional video includes narration. (02:24)
Hooked by an Octopus
Underwater filmmaker Mike deGruy has spent decades looking intimately at the ocean. A consummate storyteller, he takes the stage at Mission Blue to share his awe and excitement -- and his fears -- about the blue heart of our planet. Run time 16:30.
German Phrases and useful Expressions
Here you will find a german language course with useful german phrases and expressions. The expressions are spoken and written in German and then you will see the matching phrase or expression in English. Good for beginning and intermediate language learners.
Numbers in German
Learn to count from one to twenty in german by watching this video. You will hear the number in German and see the German word on the screen and then the word in English will appear on the screen. This is great for beginning language learners.