The colonists arrive to the New World and start digging on Native American soil in search of gold. Governor Ratcliffe sings about his love for gold and the opportunities that collecting it will afford him.
The barber, mistaken for a dictator, addresses millions over the radio. In his address, he expresses disapproval of fascist views and advocates for love, liberty, and world peace. He encourages solidarity among the nation and instills inspiration and confidence into his citizens.
Sean talks to Will about his life and how it was wrong of Will to believe he understands Sean from a simple painting. Sean mentions various aspects of life and that Will, while he may feel he knows everything, lacks the experience and context to have real understanding of them.
Eddy goes on strike against Rolf because he believes he is not a fair employer to Ed. Double D speak with Rolf in an attempt to settle the dispute. After some collective bargaining, he and Rolf come to an agreement in which he and Ed each receive a jawbreaker.
Atticus gives a speech to the courtroom in which he expresses his disapproval of society's attitudes towards black men. He indicates that the defendant, Tom Robinson, is not guilty and expresses his confidence in the justice system to be fair and unbiased.
At an annual stockholders meeting, Gekko gives a convincing speech in which he asserts that greed is a strong motivator for accomplishment. He describes it as a positive trait that is central to human achievement.
All of the mammals begin their annual migration to avoid the winter. Sid the Sloth's family leaves without him, as they do every year, while Manny the Mammoth migrates in the opposite direction to avoid the warm weather.
Dory drops the scubadiving goggles that she and Marlin found, and they swim to the abyss to find them. In the darkness, they find a light emitted from an anglerfish, which attempts to prey on them. Marlin distracts the anglerfish and directs its light to the goggles so that Dory can read the address on them.
Bill Nye introduces reptiles and explains how they are able to live in different environments around the world by regulating their own body temperature. As cold-blooded organisms, they don't keep the same body temperature throughout the day.
Francois visits the cell that Nelson Mandela was in when he was incarcerated. When he enters the cell, the words of William Ernest Henley's poem, Invictus, echo through his mind while he visualizes the misfortune of others at the time.
The most average man in the world is preserved. When he awakens, he is the smartest man in the world. He is trying to solve the world's crop problem that has developed because of using a sports drink to water the crops. He must convince the populace that crops need water.
This video simply discusses what properties of matter are and explains a few properties, such as length, width, height, and weight, commonly seen in science. The video is simple, but depth and complexity can then be added to your lesson based on grade level.
A.O. Neville orders the separation of three half-caste girls, Molly, Gracie, and Daisy, from their parents as part of the 1905 Aboriginal Act. This act institutionalized racism and confined Aboriginal people in camps until their race became extinct. Regarding the aboriginal children, the goal was to assimilate them into white culture and train them to be domestic servants over time.
When Mr. Mathieu ends the school year term, he receives notes of affirmation for the positive impact he made on his students. He had questioned if anyone truly acknowledged his existence, but in this moment of gratitude, he knew his presence was unforgettable.
The members of the Jamaican bobsledding team reinforce to each other the importance of not forgetting their own culture. Although the sport of bobsledding is not native to their culture, they need not assume a new identity in order to win.
Coach Jones stops his team from throwing footballs at a shack in which they have trapped Radio. When he opens the door to the shack, he finds that Radio's wrists and ankles are tied together and that he is crying as a result of the team's bullying. The coach is deeply disappointed in his team.
Eric confesses to Mr. Feeny and tells him the reason for his strong performance on his recent test was that he received the answers from a former student. He shares with Mr. Feeny that he can never excel in academics; he's just an average student. His tutor confirms this sentiment and cites that he's not the "student type," which is why she felt comfortable providing him the answers.
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Eric visits Cory's class to give a talk on peer pressure. He shares that, next year when they move into seventh grade, there will be a large population of kids they have never met before who may think differently from them. Eric warns them that they may be pressured by their peers to make poor decisions.
Cory and Mr. Feeny switch roles for the day; Cory becomes the teacher, and Mr. Feeny becomes the student. Cory's lesson of the day is on prejudice. He shares the story of Anne Frank and explains how her plight exemplifies prejudice.
Bart and Homer make a bet on Santa's Little Helper during the race and end up disappointed that they didn't select a winner. At the end of the day, while bemoaning their loss, they see Santa's Little Helper being chastized by its owner. A twist of fate causes them to bring the greyhound home for the holidays and welcome it to its forever home with them.
Julius has a day off and drops hints at Tonya to rush her off to work. She believes he does so because he wants to relax and have the day for himself. Instead, he switches into his uniform and heads out to work.
Uncle Ryan is eager to try his hand in entrepreneurship because he believes he has the ideas to succeed. Julius provides him with seed money for some of businesses but is not as convinced by his car dealership idea. Uncle Ryan claims that Julius lacks vision.
Chris shares one of his frustrations: overt racism while shopping. He experiences it from the security guard keeping a careful eye on him to the saleswoman who makes the assumption that he unable to afford an expensive perfume. Just as he attempts to return a perfume bottle he had planned to steal, a security guard catches him.
A worldwide epidemic starts when humans cut down trees in an area inhabited by bats, forcing them to relocate. One bat carrying the virus dropped a piece of banana into a pig pen. One pig consumed the banana piece, and when it was slaughtered, the virus spread to the butcher's hands. The butcher did not wash his hands before he went to shake the hand of a guest, thus spreading the disease to the guest, who then spread it to other people.
The team creates a model of the virus causing an epidemic to better understand how it behaves and affects human cells. The novel virus changes continually, so it is difficult for them to create a vaccine.
Alvy Singer and Annie Hall meet for the time, and Annie's social awkwardness gets her quickly flustered. When Annie offers to drive Alvy home, he accepts her generous offer and soon regrets his decision.