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In this demonstration, students will get a better understanding of what a geyser is and what makes it function the way it does.  I was worried about trying this at the high school earth science level because it is a bit elementary, but the science is sound, and it works.  Materials needed are:

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Plate tectonic chocolate lab

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How do river deltas form

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This is a worksheet I developed that follows along with an online simulation from http://sepuplhs.org/high/sgi/teachers/evolution_act11_sim.html

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In this biology video, students will grasp a better understanding of how cells divide through mitosis and meiosis, but the emphasis is on how through mitosis and meiosis, the daughter cells will either contain the same number of chromosomes or contain half the amount of chromsomes.

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In this video, students will gain a better understanding of biomagnification and how primary consumers are affected by chemicals that humans put out that then have a chance at affecting animals above them in the food chain.  There is an emphasis on how biomagnification affected the reproduction rate of bald eagles so this is a great science video to show when teaching some environmental science.

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This music video can bring some joy to your lesson about light, gravity, waves, and the big bang as they listen to a parody of the Lion King song, The Circle of Life.

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If you are about to teach a lesson on black holes and the Roche Limit, this this might be a fun science video to watch with your students. 

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This NBC website contains multiple physics videos with explanations about how concepts of physics are used when football players play.  The physics concepts explained and discussed in these videos are: 

  • Pythagorean Theorum
  • Torque
  • Center of Mass
  • Newton's Three Laws of Motion
  • Geometric Shapes
  • Kinematics: velocity, accelerations, and position
  • Vectors
  • Projectile motion

 

Learn Physics with NFL Football Videos
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