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This lesson focuses sphere geometry. It aims to encourage students to solve real science problems in our daily life and explore the unknowns on the sphere. Although some of the ideas in the video are slightly challenging, the overall dif...
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The goal of this lesson is to explain how sailboats work by using basic physics principles. By the end of this lesson, students should be able to identify the forces acting on a sailboat and explain how the combination of these forces r...
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This beginning Physics lesson introduces students to forces and free body diagrams (i.e. force diagrams). Rather than modeling forces in abstract situations, the lesson challenges students to develop diagrams that accurately describe ...
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This lesson’s primary focus is to introduce high school students to the concept of Elasticity, which is one of the fundamental concepts in the understanding of the physics of deformation in solids. The main learning objectives are: (1) T...
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Michael and friends visit Douglas Henderson at his ARTCRAFT studio to hear piano music rolls on player grand pianos, and to see how he creates them. Douglas showed us a rare example of a real Viennese waltz lilt on his arrangement of Blu...
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The first Tom and Jerry cartoons were two clever Boys, who were always willing to take risks. A Swiss Trick is especially surprising when the two fellows overstay their visit, eat too much, and face dire consequences. Tough cartoons for ...
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Easily as wonderful as the Sousa marches. Piano arrangement on hand-punched paper. A dynamic medley of Holtzman marches, AS PLAYED BY Shipman and Fairchild: Winning Fight, Blaze Away, Uncle Sammy, The Whip. Note: Music rolls or piano rol...
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