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Warm Hands, Warm Heart...Thanks to Circulation!

For Teachers 6th - 8th Standards
Ba-dum, ba-dum! The gentle beating of our hearts is the drum beat of our lives. But how does all that blood pump through our body so efficiently with just a few beats? Learn about the circulatory system with a collection of videos,...
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WWI: The Great War

For Teachers 6th - 8th Standards
From the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand to the signed armistace in 1918, World War I affected every corner of the world for four years in the 20th century. Use these videos, presentations, and lessons to teach middle schoolers...
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Volumes by Cylindrical Shells

For Students 11th - Higher Ed
Shells sometimes work better than washers. The AP Calculus video presents an example of finding the volume of a rotational solid by using the shell method. The method uses the integral of the lateral surface area of a cylinder as opposed...
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Pulse Chase Primer: The Meselson-Stahl Experiment

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Experimental design can make or break an experiment. Young scholars analyze the pulse-chase analysis procedure by studying the Meselson-Stahl experiment. Using a video presentation, they discover how the pulse-chase analysis led to the...
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Introduction to Exponential Decay

For Students 7th - 10th
Sal goes further into the decay of atoms by introducing the concept of Exponential Decay. He explains when you have any decaying element, it can be described as the amount of the element present times e to a constant, such as lambda. The...
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Determine an Author's Point of View

For Students 7th - 9th Standards
When authors are gathering quotes for an article, they get more than they need and then choose certain quotations for the final version. How do these quotes reveal the author's point of view or opinion? Help your class tackle this...
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From World War to Cold War

For Teachers 9th - 12th
From peace at the end of World War II, straight back to war. This resource details the changes in leadership in the Soviet Union post World War II. From the brief attempt at democracy, to the Bolshevik Revolution, and finally to Vladimir...
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Miss Selle's Science Songs - Gravity

For Students 5th - 8th Standards
Young scientists will enjoy this delightful video that illustrates the role gravity plays in our solar system. Lyrics set to a snappy tune explain that the force of gravity is what holds us to the earth and keeps planets orbiting around...
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The Amazing Ways Plants Defend Themselves

For Students 7th - 12th Standards
Plants can't run away from their predators, so they develop unique ways to defend themselves. The video presents many different defensive techniques that plants use. It also discusses how animals respond to these traits.
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Algebra...Your Second Language

For Teachers 9th - 11th
Help learners translate word problems into algebraic equations. They will rewrite words using symbols and evaluate algebraic expressions using real life scenarios, animation sequences, video presentations, and activities to help students...
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3 Incredible Examples of Evolution Hidden in Your Body

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
Human traits trace back to simpler species—such as chickens, for example. Using the human genomes, scientists connect these traits to their ancestral origins. A video presentation highlights the structure of human DNA and makes a...
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Love or Lust? Romeo and Juliet Part II

For Students 9th - 12th
"Do you believe that fate is inescapable, or that people forge their own lives?" This is the essential question at the heart of Romeo and Juliet, according to the narrator of a series on Shakespeare's tragedy. Short but dense, the video...
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Matrix Multiplication as Composition | Essence of Linear Algebra, Chapter 4

For Students 11th - Higher Ed Standards
Take a different view at matrix multiplication. Based on vector transformations, the video presents matrix multiplication as the result of the composition of multiple linear transformations. The presentation explains the numerical...
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Can You Solve the Boat Puzzle?

For Students 9th - Higher Ed Standards
Sometimes in physics, the logic is a little illogical. A video presentation shows how to use extreme cases to apply logic to physics stumpers. The examples pertain to displacement situations, but scholars can apply the concept to all...
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Bean Counting

For Teachers 6th - 8th Standards
Don't spill the beans ... before the end of the lesson! Learners must predict how long it takes two people working together to fill a glass with beans. A video presents the rate it takes each person independently, and another video...
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Introduction to the Cartesian Plane - Part 2 (L8.1B)

For Students 8th - 11th Standards
Help your classes see the Cartesian plane for the map that it is! A video presentation describes the quadrants of the coordinate plane and how they affect the values of x and y. The instructor presents several examples of graphing points...
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Poetry In Motion

For Teachers 5th - 8th Standards
Explore poetry with your class by having them film themselves reading different types of poems. They explore different elements in all types of poetry. They choose images to accompany their poems and learn to create video presentations...
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Imaginary Numbers Are Real (Part 6: The Complex Plane)

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
How do addition and subtraction work on the complex plane? A short video presentation provides a clue on how to add complex numbers geometrically. The video ends with four problems to determine the rules for multiplication on the complex...
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Solving Systems with Substitutions

For Students 8th - 9th Standards
How many large and small watermelons did he sell? Just use the given information to write and solve a system of equations! The two videos accompanying the lesson explain the substitution method and then introduce problem solving. The...
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Derivatives

For Students 11th - Higher Ed
Instantly find the rate of change at a point. The video presents an example illustrating how to find the rate of change at a point on a function. Using graphs, the presenter illustrates the method of approximating the slope of the...
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Solve a Linear Equation With Decimals and Variables on Both Sides (Example)

For Students 7th - 10th Standards
Create better equation solvers! The video presentation tackles solving an equation with variables on both sides with decimal coefficients. The instructor explains how to multiply by a constant to eliminate the decimals before continuing...
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What’s the Smallest Thing in the Universe?

For Students 9th - Higher Ed Standards
Quarks have some interesting features—including their names! Young scholars learn about up, down, strange, charming, bottom, and top quarks in an engaging video presentation. The narrator begins with an overview of molecules and atoms,...
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Runoff and Infiltration: Surface Cover and Runoff

For Students 9th - 12th
Where did all the good topsoil go? Viewers use a visual presentation to learn how surface cover protects soil from water runoff. The video presenter shows the result of a rain shower by comparing freshly planted soil and another sample...
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The Inverse Sine Function

For Students 10th - 12th Standards
Create an inverse sine using a little strategic maneuvering! Scholars learn to restrict the domain to produce the inverse sine function in the first video. The following videos present problems to reinforce the domain/range relationship...

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