The group of women encounter a chasm, and Juno tells everyone to freeze. She ignites a flame and tosses it across the chasm so they can inspect the obstacle they have encountered. She then throws a rock down the chasm in an attempt to measure its depth.
Hank explains in-depth the series of reactions that take place for a plant to produce food for itself, also known as photosynthesis. This video also explores the prerequisites (sunlight, carbon dioxide, and water) of these reactions.
Key Words: Xylem, Stomata, Chlorophyll, Chloroplast, Thylakoid, Photoexcitation, Photosystem II, Electron Transport Chain, Cytochrome Complex, ATP
A naive Mr. Smith would like to write a bill for a national boy's camp but does not have any idea of the procedure. Ms. Saunders explains the legislative process in depth to him and answers all of his outstanding questions. She defines several terms, such as committee, Steering Committee, and conference.
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.