How Do I Teach 4th Grade Narrative Writing?
When teaching fourth grade narrative writing, use peer conferencing and break down the construction of a story by discussing the introduction, body and conclusion. Teach fourth grade narrative writing with tips from a credentialed teacher. (2:22)
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An Introduction to Pop Art
This video is a very good introduction to the pop art style as well as a number of great pop artists. Â The video begins with a narration that introduces some of the leading pop artists of the world. Â The video continues by showing the works of these artists and talking about what their artwork represents.
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Introduction to Bonds
The instructor, in an easy-to-understand, conversational tone,Â offers an introduction to company bonds. He uses computer software for demonstration.
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Standard Error of the Mean
Standard error of the mean is the exact same thing as the standard deviation for the sampling distribution.Â
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What Statistics Is All About
This video introduces descriptive statistics and central tendency. Examples are shown on a black board ofÂ the average of central tendency: mean, median and mode.

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Statistical Calculation in Microsoft Powerpoint
In this video, six basic statistical calculations are presented in a Microsoft Powerpoint with accompanying narration.  The video explores how to find the mean, median, mode, standard deviation, z scores, and p-values.  examples are presented of data sets for concentration of product.

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Gear Basics
This videoÂ is designed to provide a basic introduction to gears suitable for grades 4 to 9. Gear rotation, gear ratio, rates of rotation, mechanical advantage and examples of use are included. A second video, " Time, Clocks and Gears" explains how gears are used in mechanical clocks to control the hands on an analog clock.
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Pollinators and Pollination
This 4 minute slide show is set to soothing musicÂ with labels for each picture. Students must be able to read the labels (not narrated). Bright, colorful pictures depict various pollinators (bees, butterflies, hummingbirds, flies, wind etc).Â  Parts of the flower (stamen and stigma) are briefly addressed at the beginning of the show.Â  This would make a nice introduction to pollination even at the lower grade levels. Run time -3:56.
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Sociology: What is Ethnocentrism?
This is a short video (01:22) about our propensity to judge others by the standard of one's own culture. The video gives an example using anÂ Southeastern AsianÂ standard.
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Demographics
Demography is the study of the characteristics of the human population, such as age, race, and gender. Political scientists use demography to identify and study specific target groups to determine who shows up at the polls versus who does not. In addition, these demographic groups enable political scientists to study voting trends, or what causes people to vote a particular way. Their studies not only yield statistics that can be used to forecast voter turnout in subsequent elections, but they a
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Creating the Constitution
A very general video, check sound quality, that deals with some of the major concerns facing the Founding Fathers. Perhaps best used as a general introduction.

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The Bill of Rights
This is an excellent video that goes through each of the amendments in rapid fashion. This would be an excellent introduction to the Bill of Rights, but lacks the depth needed for most civics classes.

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The United States Congress
An introduction to the United States Congress. Learn about the House of Representatives, length of term and different members of Congress.(Amateur video)

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Let's Discover French 1: Se Decrire
This animation, from the Let's Discover French Level 1 course, isÂ aimed at grades 4 and 5, is an introduction to Theme 2, Unit 1. It is Jean-Francois describing himself in French. Jean-Francois introduces himself and tells us his age, his haircolor, and his weight.
Video is entirely in French.

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Introduction to Algebra (Part 1)
This is a lesson on introduction to algebra in three parts.  This is part 1.  Algebra is the study of calcualatin and unknow value in an equation.  Larry explains the basics of algebra using examples of problems on a whiteboard and explains the procedure on how to solve the problems.

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Intro to Algebra (Part 2)
This is part 2 introduction to algebra.  Larry continues with what what was learned in part 1 and part 1 should be watched before proceeding to part 2.  Larry explains how to solve an algebra problem using addition on a whiteboard.

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Intro to Algebra (Part 3)
Lesson on introduction to algegra part 2.  Watch part 1 and 2 before watching this part.  Larry continues with solving examples of problems using multiplication on a whiteboard.

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Causes of War: The Compromise of 1850
The slavery issue in the new territories came up again in 1850 and this video deals with that and mentions the Underground Railroad and Fugitive Slave Act. However, there is no depth and thus this video is only valuable as a brief introduction.
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Simple Definition and Description of Infinitives With Examples
This video is an introduction to infinitives.  While this is intended for English as a Second Language learners, it is useful for anyone studying infinitives.  A teacher presents a short lecture on infinitives using a white board to give examples.

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"The Monkey's Paw" Short Story by W.W. Jacobs - clip: The Sailer's Story
Introduction to the story of The Monkey's Paw. This is the part where the sailor explains the luck of the monkey's paw, but he warns strongly against its use. "Fate rules people's lives, and those who defy it do so to their sorrow!"Â  Would make a good pre-reading video to excite the reader's interest. Color with sound.Â  (2:03 min.)
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