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High School

English Language Arts

Elements of Poetry

Elements of Poetry

In this interactive lesson, discover how literary techniques like figurative language, imagery, and symbolism contribute to the overall meaning of a poem. (Grades: 6-12)

Native American Mythology

Native American Mythology

The film Words from a Bear: N. Scott Momaday delves into the psyche behind the award-winning author and visually captures the essence of Momaday’s writings. (Grades: 6-12)

American Masters - Gatsby Chases the American Dream

Learn about F. Scott Fitzgerald and his notorious fictional character Jay Gatsby. Both were in the pursuit of the American dream and love. (Grades: 9-12)

Mathematics

Math of Energy — Fossil Fuel Usage

To create projections for future global energy consumption, we can apply lines of best-fit to historical data. (Grades: 9-12)

The Angle on Pool

The Angle on Pool

Investigate how players think about angles in the game of pool. This video takes math out of the classroom and into the real world. (Grades: 8-12)

Like Items

Like Items

After their carts collide in a hardware store, two teachers discover that they both bought the same items in different quantities. (Grades: 9-12)

Science

Cloud Typing Interactive

Cloud Typing Interactive

Try your hand at classifying clouds in this interactive from the NOVA Cloud Lab. This interactive challenges you to look closely and classify each cloud type. (Grades: 6-12)

Frozen Frogs — Nova

Frozen Frogs — Nova

Learn how the common wood frog survives the cold winter. Wood frogs are found in the northern United States and Canada and must endure freezing cold temperatures. (Grades: 6-12)

Is There Life in Space?

Is There Life in Space?

You will discover how scientists find planets & other astronomical bodies through the wobble (known as Doppler spectroscopy or radial-velocity) and transit methods. (Grades: 9-

Sound Waves

Sound Waves

Learn about sound waves, which move vibrations from one place to another through liquids, gases and solids, with this interactive lesson. (Grades: 6-12)

Covalent Bonding

Covalent Bonding

This interactive activity describes covalent bonding—a type of chemical bond that involves the sharing of electrons. (Grades: 9-12)

The Fate of Carbon

The Fate of Carbon

Examine the importance of carbon & learn about two Earth systems, the solubility pump & the biological pump, which cycle carbon from the atmosphere into the oceans. (Grades

Mechanical Waves

Mechanical Waves

Learn about mechanical waves, which transfers energy from one place to another through liquids, gases and solids, with this interactive lesson. (Grades: 6-12)

Social Studies

What was "Freedom Summer"?

What was "Freedom Summer"?

This video introduces the events of 1964, when over 700 students, black and white, came to Mississippi to help black citizens combat forms of discrimination. (Grades: 7-12)

Rosa Parks

Rosa Parks

This interview with civil rights activist Rosa Parks describes her role in the Montgomery Bus Boycott. (Grades: 3-12)

LBJ and The Great Society

LBJ and The Great Society

Through newsreel footage, photos and interviews, this segment surveys the civil rights & social welfare legislation that President Lyndon Johnson championed. (Grades: 9-12)

Getting the Nomination

Getting the Nomination

There are a lot of people who want to be president. But when we vote, there's only a few names on the ballot. This video helps to understand the nomination process. (Grades: 6-12)