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Introduction to Fractions Part 4
In this video they are teaching the lowest common denominator. They start with a fraction problem with all different denominators, so they need to find the lowest common denominator. Some examples are done. Video is good quality and good for all students as review or initial learning of the concept.
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Addition on a Number Line
This video indicates it is for pre-algebra, however this would be good for anyone who is reviewing or learning addition on a number line. This video shows how to add numbers using a number line, some of the numbers they use start with a negative, then they add a positive number. They show many different examples. They also use the number line to show how to find a missing addend, -10 + x = 2. Video is good quality and good for all students as review or initial learning of the concept.
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Angles: Composition Measuring

The instructor uses an electronic sketchpad to demonstrate how to constucut angles.  Video discusses vocabulary and symbols associated with angles, ray (sides of the angle), vertex (the point where the rays start).  It then goes on to use the protractor to measure an angle.  It starts with where to put one line of the angle and then where and what to measure.  It also instru
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Beginning Algebra: Factoring Trinomials
Taught by Professor Edward Burger, this lesson was selected from a broader, comprehensive course, Beginning Algebra.

In this lesson, you will learn how to factor trinomials using a reverse-FOIL trial-and-error method. You will start by simplifying the trinomial as much as possible, by removing any common factors or grouping any possible combinations. Then, try the reverse-FOIL by first breaking up the squared term. He also gives you a hint that when the last factor of the

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v - Initial Sounds
This short clip introduces a selection of images to kick start learning the v phoneme and V grapheme.   Slides are shown of words beginning with the letter v.

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Meet Mr. M Song - The Letter People
This song is from "The Letter People". It introduces Mr. M who has a "munching mouth".  Puppet characters sing and act out skits using words that start with 'M." Many other "m" words are mentioned in the song as well. (1:46)
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English Vocabulary-Lesson 9 - Synonyms for Love
Another lesson in honor of Valentine's Day. This lesson demonstrates how knowing synonyms for common words can enrich your vocabulary, giving you greater accuracy and variety. The speaker uses sentences with love in them and shows how to find a different word-synonym for love examples-admire, cherish, and adore.This video does a great job in defining synonyms for love, using the new words in sentences, and providing practicing exercises (10:29).
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Greatest adventure stories from the bible-The nativity (Part 1 out of 3)
The episodes in this series are each viewed from the eyes of three young archeologists from the 20th Century who are taken back in time to experience Bible stories first-hand. Travel back with Derek, Mokey and Margot to the first Christmas in The Nativity. The animated version of this poignant Bible tale brings to life the profound love story of Mary and Joseph, their lives and relationship and the night when Jesus was born.
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Greatest adventure stories from the bible-The nativity (Part 2 out of 3)
The episodes in this series are each viewed from the eyes of three young archeologists from the 20th Century who are taken back in time to experience Bible stories first-hand. Travel back with Derek, Mokey and Margot to the first Christmas in The Nativity. The animated version of this poignant Bible tale brings to life the profound love story of Mary and Joseph, their lives and relationship and the night when Jesus was born. Cartoon. (9:48)
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Greatest adventure stories from the bible-The Navitity -part 3
The episodes in this series are each viewed from the eyes of three young archeologists from the 20th Century who are taken back in time to experience Bible stories first-hand. Travel back with Derek, Mokey and Margot to the first Christmas in The Nativity. The animated version of this poignant Bible tale brings to life the profound love story of Mary and Joseph, their lives and relationship and the night when Jesus was born. Cartoon (8:53)
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Using the Fewest Coins to Show an Amount of Money
Students will learn to use the fewest coins to show an amount of money.  Start with the coin of the greatest value and count up.  User clicks through the slides. 

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Magic School Bus Gets Energized
Join Ms. Frizzle and the class as they learn more about the different sources of energy. The class plugs their Double-Trouble Wheel of Wonder, the hottest ride at the school carnival, when their electricity fails. No electricity, no ride! Carlos' younger brother Mikey helps them discover that there are other sources of energy besides electricity. Using wind, water, the heat of the sun, falling rocks, and their own muscle power, the class gets the Ferris wheel running. Run time 22 minutes.

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Stashing Carbon Dioxide in Basalt Rocks
Basalt formations off the East Coast of the U.S. could suck up a billion tons of carbon dioxide, according to a new study. Paleontologist Paul Olsen, of Columbia University's Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, explains how to get the CO2 into the rocks, and why scientists believe it won't leak out.
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How to Make a Compost
his educational video shows you how to start making your own compost.
 Composting is an easy way to use leftovers, and to have a happy,
healthy garden.  We all talk about having a healthier planet, and this
is one great way to get started in your own backyard!

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How to Make Floating Bubbles
VideoJug user KipKay shows you how to make bubbles float. This is a
great science project that kids will love, so learn how to make
All you need to make amazing floating bubbles is some of kid’s magic
soap bubbles and some dry ice in a large container. Dry ice is basically
carbon dioxide in
a solid form - it’s frozen at minus 109 degrees. It doesn’t melt; it
turns from a solid right to a gas, in this case carbon dioxide gas.

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Snow White and Rose Red, Part 1 of 2
Animated cartoon, one of a series, "Grimm's Fairy Tale Classics."  Two sisters who live in a cottage with their mother in the forest meet and marry two prince brothers, who fall in love with them because of their kind natures.  Part 1 of 2  (10:30)
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Weather Fronts
This video discusses what a front is. They start with an air mass and the transitional zone is called a front. It is hard to tell if it is a cold or warm front. If the warm air is advancing it is a warm front. This video show the symbols that are used by meterologists. It shows how one mass moves over another mass. This is a good, basic video.
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Lauren Myracle interview with Booklist
Lauren Myracle, the oft-challenged author of such books as ttyl and the new Peace, Love & Baby Ducks, sits down with Booklist to discuss why libraries "rule the world," how she handles angry emails... Lauren Myracle, the oft-challenged author of such books as ttyl and the new Peace, Love & Baby Ducks, sits down with Booklist to discuss why libraries "rule the world," how she handles angry emails from parents, and the Stephen King influences behind last year's Author(s): No creator set

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Sonnet 3: By William Shakespeare
Sonnet no 3: By William Shakespeare Read by: Bertram Selwyn (Bernard Shakespeare) "Look in thy glass, and tell the face thou viewest Now is the time that face should form another; Whose fresh repair if now thou not renewest, Thou dost beguile the world, unbless some mother. For where is she so fair whose unear'd womb Disdains the tillage of thy husbandry? Or who is he so fond will be the tomb Of his self-love, to stop posterity? Thou art thy mother's glass, and she in thee Calls back the lovely
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Understanding Shakespeare's Sonnets
In the year of the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's sonnets (1609)Professors Stanley Wells, CBE, and Jonathan Bate, CBE, talk to Paul Edmondson about the content of these love sonnets.  (37:58)
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