Photo credit: Nessy Learning LLC Nessy explains three parts of speech (adjectives, nouns, and verbs) using a fun memory trick. Photo credit: Nessy Learning LLC Nessy explains which types of words are nouns (a person, place, thing, or idea). Save Save
Untamed Science has created a number of short videos to teach students about scientific concepts and to answer many interesting questions that are based in science. Here are some of the music videos that they have made, which tie in well with what is taught in 6th and 7th grade. Photo credit: Untamed Science […]
Photo credit: Veritasium Learning through songs can really benefit select students. This music video describes how sodium and chlorine bond to make salt.
Photo credit: gabref.jp Many people do not clearly understand what causes the phases of the moon, and frequently it is thought that the Earth’s shadow is responsible for the changes that we see. Watch this short video to learn more about the phases of the moon.
Photo credit: Jenaro Gonzalez, Ingrid Solano, Diego Doncel Writing a suspensful story can be difficult, but Victoria Smith has put together a short video tutorial on TedEd, which has some great tips on how to do this successfully.
Photo credit: Brett Underhill Comma usage can be difficult for many. Here is a TedEd video tutorial from Terisa Folaron with some guiding tips on how to use commas. For more on FANBOYS, click here. Save Save
Photo credit: DjSadhu This animation shows a helical model of our solar system. Photo credit: DjSadhu This animation shows a helical model of our Milky Way galaxy. Save Save
Photo credit: Odegaard Writing & Research Center Here are some suggestions for organizing an argumentative essay, from the Odegaard Writing & Research Center of the University of Washington. One difference between an argumentative essay and a persuasive essay is that a persuasive essay can focus on evoking an emotional response, while an argumentative essay uses […]
Photo credit: Citation Machine Citation Machine makes citing sources much easier. In science classes APA is typically used, and in humanities or language arts classes MLA is typically used. Here is the structure and examples for citing websites in APA format. Save Save
Photo credit: mammalssuck.blogspot.com For those who like learning about incredible animals, and the action-packed excitement of tournament competition, there is now March Mammal Madness. You no longer need to be satisfied with one or another, because these two ingredients have been fused together like fine cuisine! Mammals are paired up against one another in a […]