The Next Evolution of Man
This amateur video is about evolution as a gradual change to a more complex and better society. The narrator talks about "mind awareness" and "foster presence and stillness in life." This is a scholarly philosophical narration. Mr. Scott discusses the oneness of the world.

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Beaver Nation: Richard Nafshun
Richard Nafshun’s chemistry students range from freshman in a large lecture hall to Ph.D. candidates to online learners watching podcasts of lectures and demonstrations. But wherever he’s teaching, Richard is energized by his students. He shares that energy through demonstrations that prove chemistry concepts — sometimes by blowing things up. Beaver Nation: http://beavernation.is/everywhere The Willamette Valley: http://beavernation.is/valley/
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Galapagos Tortoises
This short video discusses the two main types of these huge tortoises and show how these animals get water from cacti if there is no water available.
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Electric Ray
This is a video featuring the Electric Ray. (01:22) The video is too short and makes you want to know more. The end of the video is an advertisement.
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Feeding Time
To communicate and socialize, orcas raise their tails high and slap them down on the surface of the water, which is called lob-tailing. They also use a beautiful and complex language of clicks and whistles, which mothers teach to their offspring. Resident pods even have their own unique dialects
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Easter Week: Holy Saturday
The Saturday of Easter week reminds us how Jesus died on the Cross and was put in a tomb, and is an opportunity to reflect on Jesus’ sacrifice for us. (03:15)

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New Directors New Films 2014
Now in its 43rd year, the renowned New Directors/New Films festival, presented jointly by The Museum of Modern Art and the Film Society of Lincoln Center, introduces New York audiences to the work of emerging or not-yet established filmmakers from around the world. The festival takes place at the Walter Reade Theater at Lincoln Center and at The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1 at MoMA. For programming and ticketing information, please visit http://newdirectors.org.
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What's Your Favorite...? - Song
A cool song that kids can rock to while they learn to some basic vocabulary words.  The song asks, "What's your favorite color?" with the answers "I like blue. I like green. I like yellow. I like red."  The song then asks, "What's your favorite sport?" with the reply of "I like baseball. I like soccer. I like tennis. I like volleyball."  The song ends by asking, "What's your favorite food?"  with a response of "I like pizza. I like salad. I like hot d
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Color Robot - Rap Song
This song will help students in identifying each of the colors.  Lyrics include, "I'm a color robot. I'm thinking of the color of grass and trees.  It's also the color of brocolli and beans.  You know that color!  It's the color GREEN!...."  Lyrics are also provided on the screen.  (03:04)
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Counting and Recognizing the Numbers 10-20
This computer animated video shows the students how to count and recognize the numbers 10-20 .  The demonstration is accompanied by an upbeat song. (01:01)
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Unusual Modes of Transportation
Everything from camels, elephants, reed boats, to gasoline powered vehicles, this short video stretches the students' imagination as to what transportation is and how the environment influences it. (1:25)
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Iguazu - The Most Spectacular Waterfalls in the World

Between Argentina and Brazil you can see the most beautiful waterfalls of the world: Iguazu Falls.


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How To Iron a Pair Of Pants
This video provides detailed directions for ironing a pair of pants.  The directions appear on the screen as the process is demonstrated.
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Zeus and the Great Flood
When natural disasters struck, the ancient Greeks believed that Zeus, their god of all gods, showing anger and displeasure. This video may be to strong for some students. The video tells why Zeus flooded the Earth. Explains what may have been a great flood for some. 
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Greece: The Geography and History of Greece
A two minute video that explains how the geography of Greece helped make the country what it is today. There isn't much specific information given, but provides some images that might be of value.
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Ancient Greece Artifacts
This eight minute video is student made and jumps from subject to subject rapidly. The video does have good information about the objects shown, but there is little continuity.
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Learn about the Great Pyramid of Giza
Pyramids of Giza - Learn about the Great Pyramid of Giza, the oldest of the eight wonders of the ancient world, and the only one left standing. It is located near Cairo in Egypt. (01:07)
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Harriet Tubman
Video clip is about Harriet Tubman and how she helped many slaves obtain freedom.  To this day, Harriet Tubman is still remembered as "The Moses of her people" for good reason. From 1849 to 1860, in 17 dangerous missions to the Confederate South, she helped more than 300 slaves escape to freedom in the North. (02:21)

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Going Green with Dan Phillips (4 of 4)
A story about Dan Phillips of Phoenix Commotion, a company that helps the working poor build houses out of recycled materials.
A home owner/builder talks about the home she built with the help of her son.  Dan Phillips of Phoenix Commotion talks about the construction and destruction of the Bone House.

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