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This video is relevant for Biology as well as Mathematics. Upon completion of this lesson, students should be able to: - Explain what Exponential Growth is - Describe Exponential Growth with examples in savings and a chess board - Deduce...

This video lesson is for age 17 - 19 years. It is relevant to Biology as well as Mathematics. Upon completion of this lesson, students should be able to: - Explain what Exponential Function is - Describe an Introduction to Exponential Fu...

In this video we look at the Force of Gravity. We consider different types of force and then look at what gravitational force actually means. We look at the difference between mass and weight.

In this video we look at three hydrocarbon molecules: alkanes, alkenes and alkynes. We see how they are named and we compare saturated and unsaturated molecules and their reactions.

In this lesson the passage of light rays through convex and concave lenses is presented. The effect of the lenses on the light rays is discussed. The refraction of light as it passes through different media is shown. The human eye lens is a...

This video could also be used for applied mathematics. The main contents include: Historical introduction: examination of all the different historical theories about space and orbits from Aristotle to Newton. Introduction to Kepler’s laws...

Upon completion of this lesson, students should be able to: - Understand Freehand Drawing - Understand Technical Drawing Skills - Building a cardboard model - Know key vocabulary in English

Upon completion of this lesson, students should be able to: - Understand Freehand Drawing - Understand Technical Drawing Skills - Build a cardboard model - Know key vocabulary in English

This lesson relates to chemistry as well as technology. SUBJECT AIMS for the video Science: Learn about plastics and polymers. - petroleum; - polymers; - polymer synthesis; - plastic around us; - plastic and pollution; - recycled plasti...

Upon completion of this lesson, students should be able to: - Explain what a percentage is - Apply percentage calculations

This lesson focusses on the process of photosynthesis and the role of the green plants in the production of nutrients.

Students will be able to define predator and prey. They will be able to explain the relationship between predator and prey and the importance of adaptation.

Upon completion of this lesson, students should be able to: - Explain what probability is - Demonstrate how probability is used - Find the probability of simple events and mutually exclusive events - Know key vocabulary in English

In this lesson the physical properties of metallic elements are summarised. The importance of metallic bonding is described and some examples of physical properties are listed with short explanations.

This lesson shows how metals have low electronegativities, losing outer shell electrons easily. This loss of electrons is called oxidation. The oxidation and reactivity of the metals depends on their positions in the periodic table. The vid...

In this video we look at the basic structure of proteins and their importance as macronutrients in the diet. We look at some of the functions of proteins in the human body, and consider different dietary sources.

In the 2 videos on Pythagorean Theorem students will learn how to: - Define the Pythagorean theorem - Solve equations using the Pythagorean Theorem - Apply the Pythagorean theorem to determine unknown side lengths in right triangles in re...

In this video the students will review the learning from part 1 and learn how to apply the theorem to real-world problems.

In this video students learn the basics about Reflection and Refraction and can use them to boost their knowledge in conjunction with the video on 'Way of Light through Lenses'

Upon completion of this lesson, students should be able to describe: - Energy inside the Earth: comparison between renewable and non-renewable resources - Geothermal energy: how to use the heat “trapped” into the ground. - Advantages a...

Upon completion of this lesson, students should be able to describe: - The Periodic Table to explain the inner structure of the Earth and to find the interesting properties of the semiconductors. - Geothermal energy: how to use the heat ...

In this video we look at stem cells: different types, what they do and their potential for therapeutic uses.

This video looks at the following topics: - the carbon cycle in the ecosystem; -photosynthesis -breathing and respiration -human activities and greenhouse gases -global warming

Students learn about the greenhouse effect: They see what greenhouse gases are and observe the way in which greenhouse gases trap heat in the Earth’s atmosphere, causing the Earth to warm up.

Upon completion of this lesson, students should be able to: - Describe the phenomena from a macroscopic point of view, soliciting the students’ background knowledge - Understand rainbows, how they are formed and types of rainbows - Repr...

Upon completion of this lesson, students should be able to: Describe the phenomena from a macroscopic point of view, soliciting the students’ background knowledge Reproduce a mirage in the classroom/laboratory. Possible in-depth analysi...