Visual aids like handouts, models, or PowerPoint presentations can help a speech or lecture engage the audience and stay on task. Learn to pick the right visual aids and how to use them from a professional public speaker in this free business video.
This step-by-step video demonstrates how to properly and safely remove your hair replacement system. You will need spray or dab on adhesive remover, toilet paper, and isopropyl alcohol. These tools should help you remove your hair effectively.
Objects become charged when rubbed against one another. This happens because negatively charged electrons flow from one object to the other.
Teach your students about centripetal force with this science video tutorial. It will show you how to use some masking tape and a ball to demonstrate how centripetal force works.
Learn two quick study habits that will help increase your grades on tests and exams.
Find out how to dramatically reduce study time & increase your grades. Included is a flow chart to see exactly how to reduce your study time.
Here, you'll hear all about the materials needed to teach English as a foreign language. This guy knows. Trust me.
This is a four part video where I simply talk about the business-related aspects of teaching English to private students.
Get yourself a metal sled that runs on tiny plastic ball bearings, and you'll be ready to demonstrate to your classroom Isaac Newton's third law of motion: Every action has an equal and opposite reaction.
This short video clip shows seven demonstrations of Isaac Newton’s first law of motion– the law of inertia. Newton’s law of inertia states that objects moving at constant velocity will continue moving at constant velocity, unless acted upon by an outside unbalanced force. Six of these demonstrations (excluding number six) are from Tik Liem’s book Invitations to Science Inquiry.
This goes over an error correction technique that you can use in your ESL/EFL (English as a Second Language / English as a Foreign Language) classroom with your Spanish students.
This is a basic orientation chat for new English teachers about how to go about organizing your thinking when you get into teaching English. You are in control. Remember that!
Here, you'll see how to properly teach children some vocabulary words by use of a scaffolding method. You'll learn about modeling, prompting, monitoring understanding, coaching and much more.
Children think that a line is a line. Usually a straight line. This video shows children that there are different types of lines. Show your child different types of lines.
A noun is a person, place, thing or idea. There are common, proper, compound, plural, singular, abstract and concrete nouns. This video explains all of them. Help children understand the different type of nouns.
Impressionist start out with a white canvas. and use bright colors. Most paintings have visible brush strokes and the pictures are usually landscapes with small figures in the foreground. The word impressionist was originally meant to be an insult. If you look for bright colors, visitable brush strokes, simple compositions and realistic fleeding subjects you will probably be able to recognize impressionism. Help your child understand impressionism.