Counting 10-20 Using Place Value
Learn how to count the teen numbers using tens and ones. Narrated slide shows the teen numbers using objects.  The shows shows the teens two times.  
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Max Weber
Is direct knowledge of pure fact is not possible?!!  Max Weber sought to advance three new claims based on "verstehen." 

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How to Solve a Math Pattern
In order to solve a math pattern, a few numbers of the pattern need to be provided first. Learn about arithmetic and geometric sequences with help from a math teacher. (02:38)
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Early Japan Feudalism
During the 600s, Japan used China as a model of knowledge for their country. Nobels and officials would be sent to China for "selective borrowing" (Japan selecting the best part of Chinese culture while preserving their own unique identity). Japan created government and writing systems that are similar to the Chinese. During the Heian Period (794-1185), Japan created highy refined culture and arts. Proper etiquette, appearance, and education was very important. This eight minute video is a lectu
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Discovering Properties of Matter
What is matter? How do we define it? What are some of its properties that we can measure? Come learn all about this fundamental piece of science in this Wowie clip from the Children's Museum of Houston. Cynthia briefly discusses the following properties of matter: shape, texture, magnetism, fluorescence, and mass.  (0:59)
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The Properties of Matter - by StudyJams
Matter is anything that has mass and takes up space.  That is why mass and volume are the properties of matter.  There are many different kinds of matter:  conductors, insulators, and magnets to name a few.  Learn more about the properties of matter with this cartoon animation from StudyJams.  A short, self-checking quiz is also included with this link.
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Hubble Space Telescope - Chapter 2
These are a series of videos produced by the ESA for public distribution about the Hubble Space Telescope. This video is copyright-free material with some restrictions. This documentary is suitable for older elementary, middle school, and high school students. (05:03)
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Hubble Space Telescope - Chapter 3
These are a series of videos produced by the ESA for public distribution about the Hubble Space Telescope. This video is copyright-free material with some restrictions. This documentary is suitable for older elementary, middle school, and high school students. (08:34)
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Hubble Space Telescope Chapter 4
These are a series of videos produced by the ESA for public distribution about the Hubble Space Telescope. This video is copyright-free material with some restrictions. This documentary is suitable for older elementary, middle school, and high school students. (10:01)
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Hubble Space Telescope - Chapter 5
These are a series of videos produced by the ESA for public distribution about the Hubble Space Telescope. This video is copyright-free material with some restrictions. This documentary is suitable for older elementary, middle school, and high school students. (07:58)
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Hubble Space Telescope - Chapter 6
These are a series of videos produced by the ESA for public distribution about the Hubble Space Telescope. This video is copyright-free material with some restrictions. This documentary is suitable for older elementary, middle school, and high school students. (09:51)
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Hubble Space Telescope - Chapter 7
These are a series of videos produced by the ESA for public distribution about the Hubble Space Telescope. This video is copyright-free material with some restrictions. This documentary is suitable for older elementary, middle school, and high school students. (06:10)
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The Synesthetic World
Video describes synesthesia, which is the blending or mixing of senses. A synesthete, for example, might see colors when listening to music or taste flavors when hearing a word. Dr. David Eagleman of Baylor College of Medicine explains this strange condition, and four synesthetes explain how they perceive the world. Grades 7-12. 28:57 min.
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Charles I of England - Documentary part 1
This is the first part of a documentary about Charles I of England. It focuses on his reign prior to the outbreak of the English Civil War. There is a description of Charles as a person and how he worried about dress and manners. His collection of paintings is mentioned.
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Meet the Author: featuring David Adler (Cam Jansen Series)
Prolific writer David Adler, author of the Cam Jansen transitional chapter book series, talks about: his childhood, experiences that led him to writing books incorporating mathematics, teaching mathematics, writing techniques that make children keep reading, writing nonfiction biographies.  Talking head with subtitles. (9:05)
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Flowers by StudyJams
Flowering plants have many parts that are required for reproduction.  These parts, including the stamen, pistil, and ovary work together to make seeds through the process of fertilization.  This cartoon animated video from StudyJams uses simple terms and clever animation to help teach about flowers.  The video would be a nice addition to a lesson on pollination, fertilization, sexual reproduction, or the parts of a flower.  A short quiz is also included in this link.
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Public Speaking Tips : How to Use Humor in Public Speaking
Everyone loves a joke.  video clip learn how to use humor in your public
speeches.  The narrator in this video is a professional public speaker.

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Identifying Run-On Sentences
This video explains how to identify run-on sentences.  A definition of run on sentences and an example of a run-on sentence are parts of the lesson.
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An Interview with Dr. Malcolm J. Norwood
In December of 1979, as a project at the University of Maryland, Karen Brickett interviewed Dr. Malcolm (Mac) J. Norwood, the Father of Closed Captioning. Dr. Norwood relates how 10% of the general population would not accept captions on their TV screens, which necessitated the development of a closed-captioning system. He discusses the postponement of decoder sales until March of 1980, estimates of the number of potential viewers of closed-captioned TV, predicts 22 to 22½ hours of captioned pr
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Great Expectations 2/12
The movie based on the novel by Charles Dickens, Great Expectations. 
There are subtitles in this movie.  This is part 1 of 12 parts.

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