Matching Game: Preschool Games
Matching Game: Preschool Games. Part of the series: Games for Pre-School. Play a matching card game that tests kids memory. A fun game for preschool kids or little children in this video!
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Comparing Decimals
In this minute-and-a-half video the instructor compares these two numbers: 45.675Â  andÂ  45.645

Mr. Khan, the instructor,Â uses computer software for his demonstration. Although he uses different colors for emphasis, the screen is a little 'busy' so the viewer may want to open the screen to 'full screen' to see all the information more clearly.

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Elementary Education : How to Make Fraction Games
A great way to teach children how to use fractions is by playing games with food, such as cutting a chocolate bar into pieces. Learn about using visualizations when teaching kids about fractions with help from a state-certified teacher in this video on making fraction games. Expert: Ileana Padilla-Boyd. Bio: Ileana Padilla-Boyd is the director of Bright Starts, an education service in south Florida.
Filmmaker: Paul Muller.  (02:33)

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How to Teach Place Value
This short video is from Jimmy Chang, who has a master's degree in math and has been a math teacher at St. Pete College for more than eight years. (2:17)
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Algebra, Earlier
In this professionally-produced video the viewer get tips on why algebra should be introduced into our children's education much earlier, and on how parents need to help their kids with the "I can't do" attitude. (01:29)

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Math Reflections
Students learn that when a figure is flipped over a line to
create a mirror image, the transformation is called a reflection.
Students are then asked to identify the figure that represents a
reflection of a given figure in the x-axis, the y-axis, or a given line
on a coordinate system.

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Learn - Animals That Can Swim
This simple animation (with the help of a talking elephant)Â introduces young learners to animals that have water as their primary habitat. Each 'talking' animal gives the viewer information about itself.
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How Does Your Memory Work? Part 5 (final)
This segment begins with a haunting story of a man who has lost most of his memory.
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You might think that your memory is there to help you remember facts, such as birthdays or shopping lists. If so, you would be very wrong. The ability to travel back in time in your mind is, perhaps, your most remarkable ability, and develops over your lifespan.

Horizon takes viewers on an extraordinary journey into the human memory. From the woman who is having her most traumatic memo

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Long Division With Decimals
ThisÂ video shows how to doÂ long division with decimals.
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Lost Worlds: The Vikings 5
The History Channel shows us the Lost World of the Vikings and the advances and technology of the Nordic culture.
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A Virtual Tour of Martin Luther King's Birthplace
At this websiteÂ there willÂ beÂ a map of the home.Â  Click on a room of the houseÂ and a photograph will appear. Use your mouse to look around the room, or use the controls to zoom in and out. There is also some text that describesÂ the roomsÂ and providesÂ a littleÂ background.
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Money as Debt
47-minute animated presentation of "Money as Debt" tells in very simple and effective graphic terms what money is and how it is being created.

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The Public Health Restaurant Inspector (4 min., 12 sec.)
This video shows what a food inspector does and how he works. This video provides good sanitation skills that all students should be made aware.
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How to Make Caramel Popcorn
A private chef explains how to make caramel popcorn.  She gives instructions for covering popcorn in a caramel sauce that is made of a quarter cup of butter, a half a cup of brown sugar, 2 tablespoons of light corn syrup and a quarter teaspoon of salt.  The caramel sauce is brought to a boil for five minutes before completing it.

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Potato chipsâ€¦this salty, crispy snack starts life as a dark and dank tuber. Go figure. But potatoes destined to be chips are different than their baked or fried cousins. In this weekâ€™s Lifestyles segment we visit Ramseyer Farms near Wooster to see what it takes to become a crispy chip. Weâ€™ll also visit the Shearerâ€™s Potato Chip factory to sample the final product.
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A cooking instructor gives a demonstration on how to make bread.  The instructor mixes water, flour, yeast, eggs, sugar, salt and oil and shows how to knead the dough and let the dough rise.  The dough is then separated into loaves for baking. Place bread loaves into greased trays and bake them for about 25 minutes.

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Race and Identity in Antebellum America-Unit 7
How has slavery shaped the American llterary imagination and American identity? This episode turns to the classic slave narratives of Harriet Jacobs and Frederick Douglass, and the fiction of Harriet Beecher Stowe. What rhetorical strategies do their works use to construct an authentic and authoritative American self?
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Regional Realism Depicting the Local in American Literature, 1865-1900-Unit 8
Set in the antebellum American South, but written after Emancipation,
Mark Twain's novel The Adventure's of Huckleberry Finn remains a
classic of American Literature. This episode compares Twain's depiction of Southern vernacular culture to that of Charles Chestnutt and Kate Chopin, and in doing so, introduces the hallmarks of American Realism.

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Rythms in Poetry-Ethnic Writers and the Literary Mainstream Unit 10
Amidst the chaos following World War I, Ezra Pound urged poets to "Make it New!" This call was heeded by a large range of poets, from T.S. Eliot to Jean Toomer. This episode explores the modernist lyrics of two of  these poets: William Carlos Williams and Langston Hughes. What is
modernism? How did these poets start a revolution that continues until
this day?

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Modernist Portraits-Unit 11
Jazz filled the air and wailed against the night. Caught in the sway,
American prose writers sought out the forbidden - the slang, the
dialects, and the rhythms of the folk and of everyday life. Writers such as Hemingway, Stein, and Fitzgerald forged a new style: one which silhouetted the geometry of language, crisp in its own cleanness.

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