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Appropriate for Elementary School Students Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date Animals 3297 3-2-1 CONTACT VI & VII: E,M 30 min. 1988 AUSTRALIA: EMU & KOOKABURRA 3299 3-2-1 CONTACT VI & VII: E,M 30 min. 1988 AUSTRALIA: KANGAROOS 3298 3-2-1 CONTACT VI & VII: E,M 30 min. 1988 AUSTRALIA: KOALAS 3296 3-2-1 CONTACT VI & VII: E,M 15 min. 1988 AUSTRALIA: MOTHS AND BEETLES 3295 3-2-1 CONTACT VI & VII: E,M 30 min. 1988 AUSTRALIA: PLATYPUS & ECHIDNAS 6223 A COLT CALLED LUCKY The story of a wild mustang living in the spectacular Southwest. P,E 10 min. 1996 5098 A FIRST LOOK AT A look at the common traits of mammals. E 13 min. MAMMALS 3666 A WHOPPING SMALL Follows a team of paleontologists into the Painted Desert where they E,M 27 min 1988 DINOSAUR exhume the remains of the oldest dinosaur yet discovered and ship it to a museum, where it is then assembled. 2344 ACORN WOODPECKER Features the acorn woodpecker, Melanerpes Formicivorus, who E,M,H,A 9 min. 1986 provides the most spectacular example of food storage among birds. 2355 AFRICAN WILDLIFE Filmed in Namibia's Etosha National Park. Observes wildebeest giving E,M,H,A 60 min. 1987 birth, a zebra defending her foal from a cheetah and close ups of other animal behavior. 2396 ALL ABOUT ANIMALS: Uses macrophotography art work and song to heighten interest in P,E 12 min. 1987 INSECTS insects' homes, habits and basic functions. 4410 ALL ABOUT ANIMALS: Explains the characteristics of animals we classify as insects. This fine P,E 12 min. 1986 INSECTS introductory film helps children learn that some insects are helpful, such as the honey bee and silkworm; and others troublesome like, the mosquito. 3669 AMAZING ANTS Discusses the 10,000 different kinds of ants. P,E 11 min 1988 6067 AMPHIBIANS A look at amphibians, meaning "double life." Children are taken on E 26 min. 1993 field trips and meet frogs, toads and others. 3671 AN ALPHABET OF BIRDS This creative and entertaining alphabetic approach to learning about P,E 10 min 1988 (2ND ED.) birds not only conveys basic science information, but gives students an easy way to understand rhymes and master the alphabet. 1599 ANIMAL BABIES Introduces a variety of familiar and exotic animals and their P,E,M,H 15 min. 1987 offspring. 3672 ANIMAL BABIES GROW UP Discusses the development, the degrees of parental dependency, the P,E 10 min 1988 (2ND ED.) rates of maturity, and the visible changes that take place in the developing young of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and fish. 3778 ANIMAL BEHAVIOR: A Discusses the kinds of animal behavior, inbred and learned and the fact P,E 11 min 1988 FIRST FILM that much animal behavior involves getting food, getting along with other animals, and raising young. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 1 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 6221 ANIMAL COMMUNITIES The relationships of animals to their surroundings and their interactions E,M 14 min. 1996 with each other are explored. 6651 ANIMAL FAMILIES #17 Demonstrates the body structure of the wasp and shows in detail how E 10 min. 1998 THE WASP worker wasps build their lives, tend to the colony's nursery and protect the hive. Outlines the life cycle of the worker wasp from egg through metamorphosis to adult. 6650 ANIMAL FAMILIES #16 THE Follows the life cycle of the predatory praying mantis, one of nature's E 10 min. 1994 PRAYING MANTIS most effective insect population controllers. 4091 ANIMAL GUESSING GAMES Encourages students to match baby animals with their mothers, P,E 15 min. 1988 determine what kind of animal lives where, and identify animals from close-up views. 2243 ANIMAL QUIZ #1 Features the Gooney Birds of Midway; the dragon-like lizards of P,E 83 min. 1986 Indonesia; and a collection of infant animals at the San Diego Zoo. Includes fun questions. 2244 ANIMAL QUIZ #2 Visits the arid stronghold of the powerful Mexican grizzly bear; and an P,E 83 min. 1986 African oasis of wildlife. Meet the suprising inhabitants of the frozen Antarctic. 2245 ANIMAL QUIZ #3 Features strange creatures of the Galapogos Islands, speed and grace of P,E 83 min. 1986 the thoroughbred horse, and apes of Gibraltar co-existing with man. 2246 ANIMAL QUIZ #4 Visits fascinating creatures of the Sonoran Desert, participate in a P,E 83 min. 1986 thrilling shark watch in the Pacific, travel to Africa for a look at the Masai warriors. 2247 ANIMAL QUIZ #5 Features animal architects; the great Spotted Cat, the Crocodile. P,E 83 min. 1986 Witness unique, amazing structures built by animals; prowl the Mexico desert with the rare Jaguar, and visit the Nile's population of Crocodiles. 2248 ANIMAL QUIZ #6 Shows the many cats found in South Africa; journeys down the Amazon P,E 83 min. 1986 in search of wildlife; and views the unique monkeys that thrive in a chilly climate. 2249 ANIMAL QUIZ #7 Visits "the king of cats" in Central and South America; studies the P,E 83 min. 1986 largest land carnivore on Earth in Alaska's wilderness. 2250 ANIMAL QUIZ #8 Takes the viewer deep into the Amazon jungle for a look at the P,E 83 min. 1986 primitive Yagua Indian tribe; visits a Kenya game reserve, traces the lengendary Appaloosa horse. 2251 ANIMAL QUIZ #9 Views elephants of Southeast, Kenya's flamingos, habits of the Pribilof P,E 83 min. 1986 Island's colony of fur seals. 4090 ANIMALS A TO Z Introduces familiar and exotic animals from anteaters to zebras on a P,E 15 min. 1988 journey through the alphabet. Youngsters see some of their favorite animals and meet some new, exotic ones. 3368 ANIMALS BREATHE IN Describes the breathing process taking in oxygen and getting rid of E,M,H 11 min. 1988 MANY WAYS (REV.) carbon dioxide. Explains the many ways animals breathe through tubes, skin, gills and lungs. 3147 ANIMALS HEAR IN MANY Sound is produced when something vibrates. Animals, through E,M,H 12 min. 1988 WAYS (REV.) adaption of different body parts create similar vibrations that allow them to hear. 4100 ANIMALS IN ALL KINDS OF Shows how animals survive in different types of weather-from physical P,E 15 min. 1989 WEATHER characteristics such as heavy coats of fur, to behaviors, such as burrowing and migrating. 4011 ANIMALS IN AUTUMN AND Investigates how animals, including insects, birds and mammals; P,E 11 min. 1983 WINTER prepare for winter and survive the cold. Explores migration, hibernation, food storage, and adaptation. 3146 ANIMALS MOVE IN MANY Illustrates in dramatic close-up photography a few of the many different P,E 12 min. 1988 WAYS (REV.) ways in which living things move about. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 2 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 4099 ANIMALS THAT LIVE IN Introduces animals that live in groups such as geese, dolphins and P,E 15 min. 1989 GROUPS caribou, and discusses reasons why they band together for food and shelter, to raise young, and to protect themselves against enemies. 4720 ANIMALS WITH Describes the basic structural differences between vertebrates and E,M,H 11 min. 1988 BACKBONE (2ND ED.) invertebrates. Shows fishes, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals-- the five groups of vertebrates and stresses the characteristics of each group. 3664 ANIMALS WITH Describes the life functions and physical characteristics of sponges, E,M 13 min. 1988 BACKBONES (2ND ED.) jellyfish, sea anemone, worms, sea urchins, starfish, mollusks, squid, octopus, arthropods and a variety of insects that together comprise 95% of all earth's animals and are known as invertebrates. 6231 ANTS AND HOW THEY LIVE The remarkable, organized lives of ants are the focus of this film. E,M 18 min. 1991 1258 AUSTRALIA ANIMAL Explores the excitement and mystery of observing the fascinating E,M,H 60 min. MYSTERIES animals which evolved on the continent that has been an isolated landmass. 2789 AUSTRALIA'S ANIMAL Shows Australian marsupials, kangaroos, koalas, birds, reptiles, P,E,M 15 min. 1986 WONDERS primitive egg-laying mammals the echidna and platypus. 2788 AUSTRALIA'S UNUSUAL Features strange, wonderful reptiles, amphibians, unusual mammals, E,M,H,A 23 min. 1986 ANIMALS marsupials, and monotremes. 6220 BATS AND HOW THEY LIVE This program features slow motion footage of bats in flight and explains E,M 15 min. 1996 their movements. 3525 BEAR COUNTRY Follows the yearly life cycle of the American black bear and other E,M,H 31 min. 1988 animals of the Rocky Mountain region. 3058 BEES Examines the importance of honey bees to man, pollination, beehive E,M,H,A 30 min. 1987 keeping and the bee colony. 2011 BEYOND THE BARS: ZOOS Shows behind the scenes at America's oldest zoo, the Philadelphia P,E 18 min. 1986 AND ZOO ANIMALS Zoo. 2782 BEYOND WORDS: ANIMAL Examines how animals communicate to find food, attract mates, warn E,M,H,A 15 min. 1987 COMMUNICATION of danger. 6908 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE The Sceince Guy explains how amphibians can live both on land and in E,M,H 26 min. 1996 GUY: AMPHIBIANS the water too. 6925 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE Bill talks to special guest Queen Latifah, who's abuss about her favorite E,M,H 24 min. 1995 GUY: INSECTS queens...bees. The lab kids go exploring at an insectorium and go digging for insect fossils. 6929 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE They';re (sometimes) big, they're hairy, and they're warm bloodied. E,M,H 24min. 1996 GUY: MAMMALS From human being to moose and from cats to rats, Bill Nye looks at what it takes to be a mammal. 6560 BIRD WHO IS A CLOWN Introduces the Island Daphne Major of the Galapagos Islands which is a E 9 min. 1972 small island and the nesting ground for hundreds of blue-footed booby birds. 3665 BIRDS Examines the special physical characteristics of birds, their amazing E,M,H 14 min. 1988 variety, their various adaptations to diverse environments in air, on land and in water and, finally, the several ways in which most birds are alike. 6069 BIRDS This program looks at many of the popular questions about birds. E 26 min. 1993 3143 BIRDS: A FIRST FILM Identifies the physical characteristics of birds, how they differ from P,E 12 min. 1988 mammals and the wide variety of locations that support bird life. 4955 BLUEBERRIES FOR SAL A little girl and a little bear on a blueberry picking trip get all mixed up P,E,M 9 min. with each other's mothers on a lovely hillside in Maine. 6117 BUTTERFLIES This program details the insect to butterfly metamorphosis. E,M,H 15 min. 1990 Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 3 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 4956 CAPS FOR SALE A band of mischief-making monkeys steals a napping peddler's colorful P,E 6 min. 1960 caps, and he must think of a way to get them back. 2295 COME INTO MY PARLOUR, Examines the hunting techniques of one of nature's most efficient means E,M,H,A 20 min. 1986 SAID THE SPIDER for keeping the population in balance: the spider. 6025 COOTS, COOTS A look at the bird know as the coot. We see his marshy habitat and how E,M 20 min. 1994 EVERYWHERE he survives there. 5096 COUGARS AND HOW THEY A portrait of day-to-day life of a cougar family in the mountains of E 27 min. 1995 LIVE Idaho. 3705 CREEPY CRAWLERS: Demonstrates the variety of movement of creatures who creep, crawl, E,M,H 11 min 1988 LEGLESS LOCOMOTION slither, loop, flow or row their way through liquids with thousands of tiny oars. The incredible variations of movement as seen through stunning micro and macrophotography. 3060 DINOSAURS Follows the evolution of dinosaurs and the characteristics and life styles E,M,H,A 30 min. 1987 of several species. 6455 DINOSAURS The dinosaurs' rule over the earth spanned 140 million years. This E,M 60 min. 1995 enlightening video offers a breathtaking look at the dinosaurs, the explosive new controversies surrounding them and the Smithsonian's own incomparable collection of fossilized specimens. Narrated by James Whitmore. 2777 DINOSAURS: PUZZLES Visits actual dinosaur evacuation site. Uses animation to show the vast P,E,M,H 20 min. 1985 FROM THE PAST variety of man eaters and plant eaters. 6793 DINOSAURS: THE This program shows the methods used to excavate a dinosaur dig and E,M,H 24 min TERRIBLE LIZARDS how a skeleton is reconstructed for museum display. Produced by Alan P. Sloane, Avatar Learning, Inc. 5097 DOLPHINS AND HOW THEY This program features a voyage of exploration to view the lives of the E,M,H,A 20 min. 1995 LIVE Spotted Dolphins of the Bahamas. 6000 DOLPHINS, RAYS AND A look at marine mammals and how their various relationships help E,M 15 min. 1994 OTHER ADAPTATIONS them to survive. 2394 DOLPHINS: OUR FRIENDS Shows dolphins being trained with whistles, hand signals, and reward. P,E 13 min. 1987 FROM THE SEA The great care taken in capturing dolphins and bringing them to an oceanarium is documented. 3189 ELEPHANT Visits Asia, Africa, and the U.S. to observe elephant behavior and E,M,H,A 60 min. 1987 explore the relationship between elephant and man. Provides fascinating insights into the social structures, communication and population dynamics of elephants. 4842 ETERNAL ENEMIES: LIONS Demonstrates the complex family relationships of the hyenas and their E,M,H 60 min 1992 AND HYENAS fight for survival with the lions. 3691 FISH (REV.) Illustrates the characteristics shared by over 20,000 species of fish: E,M,H 14 min. 1988 bony skeletons, gills, scales, streamlined bodies and cold-blooded. Shows how fish must adapt to a variety of underwater habitats. 3684 FLIPPER THE SEAL (2ND A group of children at the zoo watch Flipper go through his antics. As P,E 14 min. 1988 ED.) language builder, the film "fuses" Flipper's actions with such words as waves, swimming, dive and fur. 4412 FROGS AND HOW THEY Extreme close-up photography and graphics reveal the life cycle and E,M 16 min. 1988 LIVE (REV.) behavior of the frog. Shows the unusual ways frogs see, eat, taste and smell. 6040 GIRAFFE A peaceful vegetarian, the giraffe wiles away the hot, African day in the E,M 10 min. company of zebras and water buffalos. 2125 GORILLA Presents informative and engaging look at the mysterious gorilla of E,M,H,A 60 min. 1986 central Africa, a dwindling species. Highlights Diane Fossey, and Ko- Ko who uses American sign language. 2780 GRIZZLIES Examines the intelligent, aggressive Grizzly Bear. Visits Alaska's E,M,H,A 55 min. 1988 Brook Range to Wyoming's Yellowstone National Park. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 4 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 3166 HOTWALKER Shows how a love for racehorses creates a special bond between a E,M,H,A 26 min. 1988 young man and an older handler. 4089 HOW ANIMALS GET THEIR Introduces animals that eat plants, eat other animals, and eat almost P,E 15 min. 1988 FOOD anything. Shows the ways animals get their food. 4102 HOW ANIMALS MOVE Using a variety of animals, including a cheetah, a sloth, a monkey, and P,E 15 min. 1989 a sidewinding snake, shows how animals shapes and methods of movement suit their habitats and life-styles. 4719 HOW ANIMALS MOVE Describes all types of mammals, birds, insects, and snakes, showing E,M 15 min. 1989 how they manage locomotion. Uses slow motion and vivid photography to illustrate. 4000 HOW NATURE PROTECTS Emphasizes three important ways that nature protects animals: hiding, P,E 8 min. 1988 ANIMALS (REV) fleeing, and discouraging attack. 6232 HOW WE CLASSIFY Colorful footage surveys the diversity of animal life on Earth and looks E,M 15 min. 1990 ANIMALS at many species of animals. 5007 HUMMINGBIRDS AND HOW This video was photographed in Belize where many of these lovely E,M 20 min. THEY LIVE birds live and the film shows them in their daily lives; building nests, bathing and evading capture by snakes. 4714 HUMPHREY'S TALE Follows "Humphrey the Lost Whale" as rescusers save him in 1985 and E,M,H,A 25 min. 1991 again in 1990. Introduces some of the people who saved Humphrey and takes you whale watching to find out more about these animals. 2137 IN BEAVER VALLEY Follows the industrious chief engineer of the Beaver Valley, the beaver. P,E,M,H 32 min. 1986 Shows how the beaver's dam building influences the animals and environment around them. 3438 INSECTS: BODY, Features outstanding and intricate cinematography to show the wide E,M,H 16 min. 1988 STRUCTURE, AND variety of functional insect body parts, their three distinct body sections, FUNCTION their leg and wind structure and the insect eye and mouth. Captures some rare footage of an insect actually laying its eggs. 3439 INSECTS: CYCLES OF LIFE This award-winning film explains by means of spectacular E,M,H 20 min. 1988 cinematography the three basic stages of the insect life cycle...the larva, the pupa, and the full grown adult. 3440 INSECTS: DEFENSES By means of outstanding and intricate cinematography, this film E,M,H 13 min. 1988 AGAINST ENEMIES reviews, demonstrates and explains some of the defense techniques used by insects to achieve protective resemblance, protective coloration and warning coloration. 6042 INSECTS: THE LOVELY A look at a termite colony. E,M,H 23 min. AND THE LETHAL 3625 KNOW ZONE SERIES: Discusses the possibility that something from outer space may have E,M 30 min 1988 DINOSAUR AND THE crashed into the planet 65 million years ago, killing dinosaurs and most COMIC COLLISION of the life on earth. 4071 LIFE CYCLE OF THE Shows the life story of an ant colony with detailed depictions of the E,M 19 min. 1986 FOREST ANT most vital functions; how they mate, lay eggs, clean and repair their nest, hunt caterpillars and collect honeydew and even how they set up a new nest when space runs out. 2513 LOOKING AT BIRDS (REV.) Follows the cycle of mating, nesting and hatching of eggs. E,M,H,A 10 min. 1986 6772 MAJESTIC EAGLE OF Observes the life cycle of the American bald eagle in its natural habitat E,M 12 min. 1998 NORTH AMERICA demonstrate why this majestic bird has often symbolized strength, loyalty, and courage. Looks at how the United States has increased its eagle population from 417 to 1200 in only twenty years. 4031 MAJESTIC EAGLES OF Provides a fascinating glimpse into the life cycle of the bald eagle and P,E 12 min. 1985 NORTH AMERICA its cousin, the golden eagle. Shows how the bald eagle near extinction, has in recent years made a stunning comeback. 2395 MAMMALS Uses music, diagrams, and close-up photography, teaches the P,E 10 min. 1987 characteristics of mammals, their movement, shelters. Captioned words expand children's reading vocabularies. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 5 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 4716 MAMMALS AND THEIR Shows some of the characteristics common to all mammals, including E,M 15 min. 1988 YOUNG humans. Depicts the great variety among mammals and shows how they differ radically in size and other characteristics. 2008 MORE DINOSAURS Takes you on a once-in-a-lifetime safari. Travels the globe on this E,M,H,A 20 min. 1986 magical tour and discovers how these creatures lived, what they were really like, why they vanished. 2901 NORTHERN ELEPHANT Tells the dramatic recovery of a formerly endangered species at Ano E,M,H,A 15 min. 1987 SEAL Nuevo State Park. 6395 OWL MOON A young child and her father search the moonlit woods for the Great P,E 8 min. 1997 Horned Owl. Movingly narrated by Jane Yolen. 2816 PANDAS Shows American and Chinese researchers as they work to save one of E,M,H,A 23 min. 1986 the world's most engaging and elusive animals, and its uncertain future. 2392 PETS AND THEIR CARE Teaches that fresh food, clean water, love and affection, a clean home, P,E 15 min. 1987 exercise, baths, grooming, and regular medical care are important to their pets' well-being as their own. 856 POLAR BEAR ALERT Visits Churchill, Manitoba where the residents have learned to live with E,M,H,A 60 min. 1987 a unique problem; the fall migration of the deadly carnivore polar bear through their isolated Canadian village each year. 2386 PROTECTING Explores reasons why animals are endangered--from human E,M,H,A 15 min. 1987 ENDANGERED SPECIES encroachment on their habitats to the use of chemicals that work their way up the food chain. 6415 RED FOXES In this video, we explore where the red fox lives, when it has cubs, how P,E 10 min. 1994 many cubs are born, and how the male and female take care of their young. 2391 REPTILES Uses nature photography and song to show the characteristics of P,E 10 min. 1987 reptiles. Encourages the scientific skills of observing, classifying, analyzing, and generalization. 3818 REPTILES AND Examines the five major reptile groups in detailed close-ups. E,M,H,A 23 min. 1988 AMPHIBIANS 3103 RETURN OF THE SEA Examines the sea otters of the North Pacific and their struggle to make a E,M,H,A 30 min. 1987 OTTER comeback after almost complete extinction by fur traders. 5089 SEA ANIMALS ASHORE A look at sea going mammals. E,M 20 min. 4101 SECRETS OF ANIMAL Shows a variety of animals and their means of defense, ranging from an P,E 15 min. 1989 SURVIVAL antelope's speed and acute senses of hearing and smell to a porcupines quills and a turtle's shell. 3866 SHARKS Provides an introduction to a variety of these remarkable creatures, from E,M,H,A 12 min. 1988 small sharks to some of the world's largest fish as well as aspects of their anatomy. 4411 SNAKES AND HOW THEY Describes how snakes are found in all types of climates and E,M 16 min. 1998 LIVE (REVISED) environments. Uses close-up photography, graphics and animation. 6003 SPECIAL FRIENDSHIPS Considering purchasing a pet? This may be the video for you. A look at E,M,H,A 13 min. 1984 people and the animals they want to adopt. 6100 SPIDERS This program looks at different types of spiders and their impact on E,M 22 min. 1995 their environment. 6034 STEINHART AQUARIUM A look at the following four programs: Sharks!; Penquins; Swimming E,M 29 min. With Dophins; and Kids from Caos. 5088 STRANGE AND UNUSUAL A look at many animals and their adaptations to their environments. E,M,H,A 10 min. 1997 ANIMALS: ADAPTATION TO ENVIRONMENT 6114 TALKING ABOUT SEA This program teaches the early learner about sea turtles, their lives and E 12 min. 1992 TURTLES the elements that are pushing them to extinction. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 6 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 4108 THE BENEFITS OF INSECTS Reveals some of the many ways in which plants and animals, including E,M 17 min. 1990 humans, depend on insects; discusses pollination, aeration and fertilization of the soil, and food chains. 4088 THE GREAT COVER-UP: Introduces several kinds of camouflage and shows some ways that P,E 17 min. 1988 ANIMAL CAMOUFLAGE animals blend with their environment by means of protective coloring. Also shows how both predators and prey use camouflage to survive in the animal kingdom. 2140 THE GREAT WHALES Documents the anatomy, communication, and migratory patterns of a E,M,H,A 60 min. 1987 variety of whale species including killer, pilot and humpback whales. Looks at the birth of a killer whale. 6041 THE HOUSEFLY A look at a complex and sometimes dangerous insect. E,M,H 16 min. 2347 THE LUNGLESS Examines the adaptive features of this highly successful family of E,M 16 min. 1986 SALAMANDERS amphibians (Phelethodontidae), which includes more than two-thirds of the living salamander species. 6456 THE MAGNIFICENT Whales fascinate us. Some are huge, some small; most seem to be E 60 min. 1995 WHALES intelligent and inquisitive. All breath air as we do yet their lives and habits seen so strange as to defy our attempts to really know them. 2514 THE MONARCH Captures the fascinating life cycle of the monarch butterfly. An E,M,H,A 10 min. 1986 BUTTERFLY (REVISED) animated sequence illustrates their migratory patterns. 4881 THE NIGHT OF THE SQUID Please refer to film F003977. E,M,H 22 min. 1970 6030 THE NORTHERN ELEPHANT A look at the northern elephant seal living on the edge of extinction. E,M,H,A 14 min. SEAL 6685 THE RAINS CAME Splendidly photographed by Simon Trevor, veteran African wildlife E,M,H 30 min. 1998 film maker, this shows animal adaptations to a short rainy season followed by an extended dry season on the Tsavo plains in Kenya. 6653 THEMATIC BLOCK THESE: A look at the animals that populate America. E,M 60 min. 99 ANIMALS 3169 THOSE WONDERFUL DOGS Takes the viewer around the world to show the relationships human E,M,H,A 60 min. 1988 beings and working dogs have long enjoyed. Shows New Zealand sheep dogs at work, dogs that help the handicapped, sled dogs, and rescue dogs at work in the Mexican earthquake. 6027 TWO LITTLE OWLS The careful work of two photographers is explored in the film captured E,M 20 min. of life in the nest of the great horned owls. 4522 WHALES: CAN THEY BE Shows whaling as it used to be some years ago. Becomes somewhat E,M,H 24 min. 1976 SAVED? dated, but has value as an historic film. Depicts a whaling expedition in the early 1920's, and how the whales got their reputations as dangerous beasts. 4474 WHAT DO ANIMALS NEED Explains the basic needs that all animals have in common and provides E,M 7.5 min. 1989 TO LIVE? specific examples of how different animals meet their needs. Describes experiments that can be done to demonstrate needs and adaptation of animals to their environment. 4236 WHAT'S IN A SPIDER WEB? Illustrates basic facts about spiders, how they live and their P,E 13 min. 1981 importance. 6122 WOODPECKER: This program details for the young learner how the wood pecker E 8 min. 1994 CARPENTER OF THE adapted to life on the trunks of the trees in his environment. FOREST 6414 WOODPECKERS: FUN How do woodpeckers peck away at a tree trunk without falling off? P,E 10 min. 1994 WITH NATURE Where do they like to build their nests? How are babies born, and what animals are enemies of the woodpecker? 2773 WORLD OF DARKNESS Examines the lives of animals that live in the dark. P,E,M,H 25 min. 1986 Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 7 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 2797 WORLD OF INSECTS Shows the development of the Monarch butterfly. Evaluates man vs. E,M,H,A 20 min. 1986 the insect, the advantages and disadvantages of biological pest control. 2388 WORLD OF PETS: CATS Observes the behavior and development of newborn kittens. Close P,E 16 min. 1987 attention is paid to the cat's sensory anatomy and to the meaning of its play. 2379 WORLD OF PETS: DOGS Shows dramatic footage of dogs that herd sheep, help police and blind P,E 16 min. 1987 people, and perform tricks. 3619 YOSEMITE Presents one of America's most popular natural parks, equal in size to E,M,H,A 24 min. 1988 the state of Rhode Island. 4987 ZOO'S EYE VIEW: DAWN A look at the zoo when the public is not there. E 11 min. 1973 TO DARK Art 2889 1988 WORLD'S LARGEST Presents the U.S. Air Force Band, Singing Sergeants and 3,500 school P,E,M,H 30 min. 1988 CONCERT children at Washington D.C.'s Constitution Hall in honor of Music in Our Schools Month, the 150th anniversary of American public school music. 548 ADORATION OF THE MAGI A remarkable painting by Fra Angelico and Fra Filippo Lippi is closely E,M,H,A 7 min. 1982 examined to reveal a wealth of detail. This colorful masterpiece is ranked among the major Florentine Renaissance works. Accompanying the images are verses, music, and dances of the period. 550 AMERICAN LIGHT Blends location photography of New England with scenes of the same E,M,H,A 30 min. 1982 sites depicted by Fritz Hugh Lane, John Frederick Kensett, Martin Johnson Heade, among others. Discusses the Luminist style and its significance. 6499 ART WITH JOY: Joy demonstrates two kinds of abstract drawing with watercolors - E,M 26 min. 1995 ABSTRACT#1 planned and structured and free-form. She chooses free-form and reviews the color wheel and mixing colors to get students started. 6500 ART WITH JOY: CASTLE Demonstrates the step-by-step drawing of a castle - using marking E,M 32 min. 1995 pens. Touches upon perspective and purposes of various walls and towers of the castle. 6501 ART WITH JOY: CLIPPER Joy demonstrates drawing clipper ships in a seascape. E,M 50 min. 1997 SHIPS 6502 ART WITH JOY: DOLPHINS Children use colored pencils and crayons to draw dolphins in their E,M 60 min. 1998 underwater habitat. Including coral, kelp, sea tans and fish. Joy discusses dolphins and their wonderful characteristics as well as threats to them. 6503 ART WITH JOY: DRAGON Children use their imaginations to draw their own interpretations of E,M 45 min. 1996 dragons. Demonstrates color blending, perspective in landscape, shading for distant objects and drawing clouds. 6504 ART WITH JOY: ELEPHANT Joy demonstrates to a group of students how to draw an elephant step- E,M 46 min. 1996 by-step, providing discussion of endangered species, while showing color blending and background perspective. 6506 ART WITH JOY: FACE - Teaches children to observe proportion and the placement of features on E,M 50 min. 1997 FRONT VIEW the face as well as adding special characteristics. 6507 ART WITH JOY: Demonstrates color mixing and color blending in watercolor. Children E,M 38 min. 1997 GERANIUMS paint a geranium, adding depth and shading. 6508 ART WITH JOY: Demonstrates drawing a hyacinth free-form, without a pencil sketch, in E,M 37 min. 1996 HYACINTHS watercolor. Joy provides a pencil drawing of a hyacinth for a pattern and demonstrates shading. 6505 ART WITH JOY: Joy discusses the history and purpose of lighthouses while the children E,M 55 min. 1998 LIGHTHOUSE paint lighthouse scenes in watercolor. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 8 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 6509 ART WITH JOY: MONET Discussion of Claude Monet and impressionism follows with the E,M 39 min. 1998 HAYSTACKS children drawing and coloring haystacks in a field in the manner of the famous artist. 6510 ART WITH JOY: Demonstrates the basics of watercolor painting while designing the E,M 36 min. 1998 POINSETTIA beautiful red poinsettia. Tells the Mexican legend of the Christmas poinsettia. 6511 ART WITH JOY: SNOWMAN Joy models drawing a snowman and snowwoman encouraging students E,M 40 min. 1995 to use their imaginations to provide their own unique background elements. She demonstrates sketching the snowman's face using foreshortening. 6512 ART WITH JOY: STILL LIFE Teaches perspective and overtapping as children draw a still life of E,M 53 min. 1998 objects on a table, adding or subtracting objects and designing backgrounds. 6513 ART WITH JOY: SUNSET Joy uses pens to draw the sunset moth then uses watercolors to add the E,M 49 min. 1995 MOTH moth's colorings. 6514 ART WITH JOY: TIGER Students draw the head and face of a tiger using fine-line black markers E,M 40 min. 1998 FACE or crayons. Discussion is about endangered species and tigers. 6515 ART WITH JOY: Children design an egg with colored markers on a colored chalk E,M 32 min. 1998 UKRAINIAN EGGS background, using traditional Ukrainian patterns, symbols and colors presented in the lesson. Discussion is about the Ukrainian tradition of coloring and giving beautiful eggs at Easter. 643 ARTS ALIVE #10: ARTS AND Shows how the art form provides the medium through which one can E,M 15 min. 1984 SELF EXPRESSION express personal experiences and feelings by transforming them into symbolic representation. 644 ARTS ALIVE #11: ARTS AND Shows how art may convey messages that are intended to influence E,M 15 min. 1984 SOCIAL MESSAGES social behavior. 645 ARTS ALIVE #12: ARTS AND Artists using electronic technology to create in the arts. E,M 15 min. 1984 TECHNOLOGY 646 ARTS ALIVE #13: ARTS AND Shows how having artistic knowledge and skills can be helpful or E,M 15 min. 1984 WORK necessary in many arts-related occupations. 635 ARTS ALIVE #2: ELEMENTS Introduces four of the elements that are used in visual arts: line, texture, E,M 15 min. 1984 OF VISUAL ARTS shape and color. 636 ARTS ALIVE #3: CREATING Introduces the process of creating visual art by showing how artists E,M 15 min. 1984 VISUAL ARTS organize the elements of visual art to express an idea, feeling or mood. 637 ARTS ALIVE #4: ELEMENTS Introduces the three elements of movement--space, time and energy. E,M 15 min. 1984 OF DANCE 638 ARTS ALIVE #5: CREATING Introduces the process of creating dance by organizing the elements of E,M 15 min. 1984 DANCE dance to express an idea or feeling. 639 ARTS ALIVE #6: ELEMENTS Demonstrates the relationship between three of the elements of music: E,M 15 min. 1984 OF MUSIC rhythm, melody and harmony. 640 ARTS ALIVE #7: CREATING Introduces the process of creating music and demonstrates that a E,M 15 min. 1984 MUSIC composer's purpose or idea influences the music that is created. 641 ARTS ALIVE #8: ELEMENTS Introduces two of the distinctive elements that actors use to bring E,M 15 min. 1984 OF DRAMA characters to life--movement and voice. 642 ARTS ALIVE #9: CREATING Shows how the process of creating theatre is the result of a cooperative E,M 15 min. 1984 THEATRE effort among many people using a wide variety of artistic skills. 1908 ARTS EXPRESS #1--WHAT Introduces children to the visual arts, music and dance. Real footage, E,M 15 min. 1986 IS COMMUNICATION? animated characters and dramatic sequences help students understand where ideas for artwork come from, how artistic messages are created and sent and how the medium the artist uses affects the nature of artistic expression. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 9 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 1917 ARTS EXPRESS #10--LINE Follows Linus, the Line, explains direction and shape. E,M 15 min. 1986 1918 ARTS EXPRESS #11--SHAPE Demonstrates how shape is applied to paintings and form is applied to E,M 15 min. 1986 AND FORM sculptures. 1919 ARTS EXPRESS #12--SPACE Shows how space affects us everyday and how it is used as an artistic E,M 15 min. 1986 technique. 1920 ARTS EXPRESS #13-- Explains how texture is used in sculpture, cloth and carvings and how E,M 15 min. 1986 TEXTURE artists create the illusion of texture in prints and paintings. 1921 ARTS EXPRESS #14--LIGHT Features an animated character, Light, teaches us how light, color, and E,M 15 min. 1986 shadow are used to create variations in mood and expression. 1922 ARTS EXPRESS #15-- Introduces a painter, a sculptor, and a glassmaker. E,M 15 min. 1986 VISUAL ARTS 1923 ARTS EXPRESS #16-- Introduces Mark One, an ancient music computer who teaches about E,M 15 min. 1986 RHYTHM rhythms--not only music, but also everyday environment. 1924 ARTS EXPRESS #17-- Follows Mark One who explores melody, pitch and timbre and shows E,M 15 min. 1986 MELODY AND TIMBRE how each contributes to create the tune and sound of a composition. 1925 ARTS EXPRESS #18--MUSIC Portrays how watching an orchestra prepare for a performance, music E,M 15 min. 1986 tells a story--not with words--but through rhythm, melody and timbre. 1926 ARTS EXPRESS #19--DANCE Features a choreographer who demonstrates how she arranges a dance E,M 15 min. 1986 using motion, direction, space and tempo. 1909 ARTS EXPRESS #2--LIVING Shows how observing and portraying living things builds E,M 15 min. 1986 CREATURES understanding. 1927 ARTS EXPRESS #20-- Demonstrates how mixing motion, sound and visual art together results E,M 15 min. 1986 ANIMATION in an exciting art form--animation! 1910 ARTS EXPRESS #3--THE Describes how the environment is a source of inspiration. E,M 15 min. 1986 WORLD WE LIVE IN 1911 ARTS EXPRESS #4--ARTS Describes the concepts of places, people and environment for the E,M 15 min. 1986 LOOK AT THE WORLD different forms of art. 1912 ARTS EXPRESS #5-- Shows how observing and portraying people reveals interesting ways of E,M 15 min. 1986 APPEARANCES PORTRAITS communicating feelings, self-images and relationships. AND LIFESTYLES 1913 ARTS EXPRESS #6-- Shows music, dance and visual arts around the world. E,M 15 min. 1986 CULTURES AND CUSTOMS 1914 ARTS EXPRESS #7--THE Demonstrates the arts as a valuable documentation of the past. E,M 15 min. 1986 PAST 1915 ARTS EXPRESS #8-- Presents art as a vehicle to make "real" the unknown and unseen in our E,M 15 min. 1986 FANTASIES, DREAMS AND fantasy worlds. WISHES 1916 ARTS EXPRESS #9-- Shows how artists express their feelings through their work and arouse E,M 15 min. 1986 FEELINGS our feelings. 1169 BEETHOVEN AND HIS Develops the relationship between Beethoven's environment and his E,M,H 13 min. MUSIC personal response to it in terms of his music. 551 CANALETTO Giovanni Antonio Canal, called Canaletto, was a painter, fascinated by E,M,H,A 4 min. 1982 his native city, Venice. Shows how his art captures the city's timeless radiance and splendor. 6406 CARICATURES AND HOW Caricature captures character quickly. With an incisive line, the artist E,M,H 18 min. 1997 TO DRAW THEM creates devastating and delightful drawings that reveal the subject's personality. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 10 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 552 CASSATT A world of quiet elegance is revealed through the paintings of Mary E,M,H,A 5 min. 1982 Cassatt. Emphasizes the structure of Cassatt's compositions and her almost abstract use of color. 553 CATLIN George Catlin was one the first American artists to document the E,M,H,A 6 min. 1982 customs and drama of Indian life. Besides painting Indian portraits, he also painted scenes of Indian camp life, buffalo hunts, war parties, feasts and ritual ceremonies. 554 CEZANNE Concerned with structure and essence of objects, Paul Cezanne broke E,M,H,A 5 min. 1982 away from the aims and methods of impressionism. We gain an awareness of Cezanne's struggle to build a new geometry of art which became the foundation for much of twentieth-century painting. 1003 COLLAGE Shows that the arranging of shapes offers endless compositional E,M,H 16 min. possibilities, as well as an ideal way to explore design, color, shape, and line and size. 828 COPELAND PORTRAIT Offers Aaron Copeland's insights and reflections on American musical E,M,H 29 min. 1975 history. Illustrates his achievement in writing symphonic music. 1997 DINOSAUR Shows a three dimensional, clay, animated interpretation of our earth as P,E,M,H 14 min. 1986 it existed before man. Transforms simple chalk line drawings into prehistoric animals. 1998 DINOSAURS: THE Shows vivid special effects with dimensional models moving in P,E,M 10 min. 1986 TERRIBLE LIZARDS miniature sets that bring the age of dinosaurs to realistic life. Includes (REVISED) Bontosaurus, Compsognathus, Coelophysis, Stegosaurus, Anatosaurus, Pteranosons, Ankylosaurus, Triceratops, Monoclonius, Styracosuarus, and the Tyranosaurus Rex. 555 DURER--REVELATION As the Apocalyptic vision unfolds before us, we see the Adoration of E,M,H,A 5 min. 1982 the Lamb, the Four Horsemen, the Four Avenging Angels, and other scenes originally described in the first century by St. John the Evangelist. 557 FEMME/WOMAN: A Joan Miro's tapestry, Femme, is a monumental achievement. Shows this E,M,H,A 15 min. 1982 TAPESTRY BY JOAN MIRO weaving project on oversized looms through installation. 1199 FROGGIE WENT A- Opens with a small group of children clustered around a folk singer and P,E 8 1/2 min COURTIN' his guitar. The cast is ethinically mixed and includes handicapped children in key roles. 6403 HOW PRINTS ARE MADE: Students learn how contemporary masters use traditional techniques to E,M,H 22 min. 1997 AN INTRODUCTION TO generate multiple editions of their finest works. PRINTMAKING 1728 IMAGES OF THE WILD Illustrates how Robert Bateman uses rocks and branches to reconstruct E,M,H,A 22 min. 1981 an animal's environment before painting it. Depicts the importance of photographs, preliminary sketches and clay models to his paintings. 4207 IMPROVING VISUAL ARTS Pictures a new approach and concept in teaching art education and E,M 60 min. 1990 EDUCATION appreciation to very young students. Explores the contribution art education can make to the overall education of every grade school child, not just whoever seems to have a talent for art. 4046 INSTRUMENTS OF THE Shows through animation and a string-quartet performance of Dvorak's P,E,M,H 11 min. 1985 SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA: "The American Quartet," how strings make sound, how strings make IT'S ALL DONE WITH stringed instruments, and how stringed instruments make music. STRINGS 4047 INSTRUMENTS OF THE Shows through animation and a lively soundtrack how horns produce P,E,M,H 13 min. 1985 SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA: sound; how horn players control pitch and range; and how the invention WHAT'S A HORN? of the valve has enabled one trumpet to do the work of seven. 1643 IT'S YOUR WORLD: JAPAN V Examines the arts: origami, bonsai, ikebana, kimono making and E,M 15 min. 1986 technology: mail-fax; robotics and recycling. 1506 ITZHAK PERLMAN--IN MY Focuses on Itzhak Perlman's career as a concert violinist even though he E,M,H,A 10 min. 1983 CASE MUSIC has been afflicted with polio since childhood. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 11 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 3698 JINGLE BELLS This well loved song is played in three versions--traditional, with bells, P,E,M,H 8 min. 1988 and orchestra, and a chorus; modern, with country-western singers playing guitars and fiddles; and futuristic, with an electronic chorus playing unearthly music. 1575 JOY OF BACH Demonstrates the universality and incredible energy of Bach's music E,M,H,A 60 min. 1987 through a variety of performances. 2338 JUAN FELIX SANCHEZ Features Juan Felix Sanchez, a Venezuelan folk artist who is a legend in E,M,H,A 27 min. 1986 his own time. In this sensitive, poetic documentary the 82 year old artist speaks of his life. 558 LEONARDO: TO KNOW The genius and accomplishments of the Renaissance artist-inventor, E,M,H,A 55 min. 1982 HOW TO SEE Leonardo da Vinci, are depicted. Introduces the viewer to Leonardo's contemporaries and to the Italian countryside. 1087 LET'S DRAW: BIRDS Demonstrates the many approaches and techniques for drawing a variety E 15 min. of popular subjects. Shows birds drawn from oval shapes. 1066 LET'S DRAW: BOATS Demonstrates the many approaches and techniques for drawing a variety E 15 min. of popular subjects. Demonstrates a simple approach to drawing a boat. 1092 LET'S DRAW: CARS Demonstrates the many approaches and techniques for drawing a variety E 15 min. of popular subjects. Simplifies the drawing of a car, sideview. 1073 LET'S DRAW: CARTOON Demonstrates the many approaches and techniques for drawing a variety E 15 min. BODIES of popular subjects. Extends cartoon drawing. 1072 LET'S DRAW: CARTOON Demonstrates the many approaches and techniques for drawing a variety E 15 min. FACES of popular subjects. Draws faces from basic shapes. 1088 LET'S DRAW: CATS Demonstrates the many approaches and techniques for drawing a variety E 15 min. of popular subjects. Shows drawing cat faces. 1081 LET'S DRAW: CHRISTMAS Demonstrates the many approaches and techniques for drawing a variety E 15 min. of popular subjects. Draws a doe and fawn in a snow-covered scene. 1077 LET'S DRAW: DEER Demonstrates the many approaches and techniques for drawing a variety E 15 min. of popular subjects. Draws standing and moving deer in an outdoor scene. 1093 LET'S DRAW: DINOSAURS Demonstrates the many approaches and techniques for drawing a variety E 15 min. of popular subjects. Shows a Tyrannosaurus Rex draw-along. 1082 LET'S DRAW: ELEPHANTS Demonstrates the many approaches and techniques for drawing a variety E 15 min. of popular subjects. Shows extending ovals to draw an elephant. 1083 LET'S DRAW: FACES Demonstrates the many approaches and techniques for drawing a variety E 15 min. of popular subjects. Shows ways to draw facial expressions. 1076 LET'S DRAW: FOREST, Demonstrates the many approaches and techniques for drawing a variety E 15 min. OUTDOOR SCENE of popular subjects. Shows trees, a cabin, and a fisherman and his boat. 1084 LET'S DRAW: HALLOWEEN Demonstrates the many approaches and techniques for drawing a variety E 15 min. (PART 1) of popular subjects. Shows a haunted house draw-along. 1085 LET'S DRAW: HALLOWEEN Demonstrates the many approaches and techniques for drawing a variety E 15 min. (PART 2) of popular subjects. Draws witches, bats, skulls, and other Halloween symbols. 1071 LET'S DRAW: HATS Demonstrates the many approaches and techniques for drawing a variety E 15 min. of popular subjects. Draws different hats and faces. 1070 LET'S DRAW: HORSES Demonstrates the many approaches and techniques for drawing a variety E 15 min. of popular subjects. Shows that drawing is simplified by sectioning the horse into parts. 1094 LET'S DRAW: LIONS Demonstrates the many approaches and techniques for drawing a variety E 15 min. of popular subjects. Demonstrates slow paced sketch of lion's head. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 12 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 1086 LET'S DRAW: OVALS Demonstrates the many approaches and techniques for drawing a variety E 15 min. of popular subjects. Suggests things that can be drawn using oval forms. 1078 LET'S DRAW: PEOPLE Demonstrates the many approaches and techniques for drawing a variety E 15 min. (PART 1) of popular subjects. Approaches figure drawing for older students. 1067 LET'S DRAW: PEOPLE Demonstrates the many approaches and techniques for drawing a variety E 15 min. (PART 2) of popular subjects. Draws figures moving and playing. 1069 LET'S DRAW: RABBITS Demonstrates the many approaches and techniques for drawing a variety E 15 min. of popular subjects. Draws small farm animals and a draw-along rabbit for Easter. 1080 LET'S DRAW: SANTA CLAUS Demonstrates the many approaches and techniques for drawing a variety E 15 min. of popular subjects, such as Santa's face with body and costume. 1089 LET'S DRAW: SHADOWS Demonstrates the many approaches and techniques for drawing a variety E 15 min. of popular subjects. Shows the effects of light to add dimension and interest. 1068 LET'S DRAW: SHAPES Demonstrates the many approaches and techniques for drawing a variety E 15 min. of popular subjects. Talks about surfaces, silhouette and outline, texture, light and shadow. 1075 LET'S DRAW: SHAPES Demonstrates the many approaches and techniques for drawing a variety E 15 min. GEOMETRIC of popular subjects. Shows a demonstration lesson; not a draw-along. 1074 LET'S DRAW: SHAPES, IN Demonstrates the many approaches and techniques for drawing a variety E 15 min. BUILDING of popular subjects. Draws a city skyline from geometric shapes. 1079 LET'S DRAW: SMALL Demonstrates the many approaches and techniques for drawing a variety E 15 min. ANIMALS of popular subjects. Shows how to draw mice, puppies, squirrels and other small animals. 1091 LET'S DRAW: SQUIGGLES Demonstrates the many approaches and techniques for drawing a variety E 15 min. of popular subjects. Demonstrates the infinite possibilities of marks and shapes. Not a draw-along. 1065 LET'S DRAW: Demonstrates the many approaches and techniques for drawing a variety E 15 min. THANKSGIVING of popular subjects. Shows Pilgrim and Indian scene draw-along. 1090 LET'S DRAW: TREES Demonstrates the many approaches and techniques for drawing a variety E 15 min. of popular subjects. Draws trees with foliage. 559 MOBILE, BY ALEXANDER The first work of art placed in the National Gallery's East Building, this E,M,H,A 24 min. 1982 CALDER mobile is also the last major piece by one of America's great artists-- Alexander Calder. Describes the challenges of creating this piece. 560 MONET A leading figure in the impressionist movement, Claude Monet was one E,M,H,A 4 min. 1982 of the first painters to abandon traditional academic theories and practice in order to capture elusive effects of light and atmosphere. 220 MUSIC - - COMPOSED Demonstrates the skill and patience needed to work out creative ideas E,M 30 min. 1977 using all the elements in one's field. As a composer works on a piece of music, the audience hears musicians playing the changes he makes in both notation and instrumentation. 1191 MUSIC EXPERIENCE: BACH Presents Bach and an elementary study of the fugue and spans the years E,M,H,A 15 min. IS BEAUTIFUL from the clavichord to today's electronic synthesizer. 1173 MUSIC EXPERIENCE: Introduces Edvard Grieg: the man, his life and moods, and his music. E,M,H,A 17 min. EDVARD GRIEG--THE MAN Illustrates the great influence of Grieg's love of nature and devotion of AND HIS MUSIC his country. 1190 MUSIC EXPERIENCE: Combines animation, photography and a variety of instruments to E,M,H,A 17 min. GRAND CANYON SUITE develop basic concepts in music education, using this famous piece. Shows the composer at work. 1184 MUSIC EXPERIENCE: Introduces the Brazilian composer Heitor Villa-Lobos and his work E,M,H,A 13 min. LITTLE TRAIN OF CAIPIRA using Afro-Brazilian percussion instruments. Villa-Lobos demonstrates their use in this popular musical story. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 13 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 1175 MUSIC EXPERIENCE: Recreates Ferde Grofe's Mississippi Suite. Covers basic musical E,M,H,A 15 min. MISSISSIPPI SUITE concepts, such as melody, harmony, rhythm, form, and a definition of the suite. 221 MUSIC...CONDUCTED Shows the conductor as the leader of a performing group of musicians. E,M 30 min. 1977 The conductor studies the musical score in order to translate the composer's intentions into actual sound. Shows the conductor using hand gestures which are universally understood to keep the orchestra together. 222 MUSIC...IS Shows that musical patterns evolve out of a particular culture and that E,M 30 min. 1977 each type of music represents a specific form of human expression. Explains the differences between noise and music, and explores why music exists and what is means. 223 MUSIC...IS FORM Shows the organization of patterns in music. Each composition has a E,M 30 min. 1977 form which may have one or more sections. Sections may or may not be repeated, and contrast is provided by changes in the rhythm, melody, harmony, tone color, and dynamics of the music. 224 MUSIC...IS HARMONY Shows what happens when two or more notes played together lose their E,M 30 min. 1977 separateness and produce a new sound. It demonstrates the differences between simple melody line and that same melody with harmonic accompaniment. 225 MUSIC...IS MELODY Introduces the idea that a series of tones form a pattern that become E,M 30 min. 1977 melodies. Shows how a single composition might have one or several melodic ideas constructed in various ways. 226 MUSIC...IS TONE COLOR Demonstrates that every instrument, including the human voice, has its E,M 30 min. 1977 own distinctive quality, characterized by texture, range, dynamics, and the way sound is produced. Shows how to differentiate between the tone colors of individual instruments and groups of instruments. 227 MUSIC...RHYTHM Explains the element of music most immediately felt, and therefore, E,M 30 min. 1977 recognizable to us. This program explains how strong beats and weak beats organize music. 228 MUSIC...STYLE Illustrates the combinations of musical elements which are E,M 30 min. 1977 characteristic of a given culture, historical period, or individual. Focuses on the baroque, classical and romantic periods in music and concludes with a visit to the early part of our own century. 6814 MY 20TH CENTURY- A look at the Danville home where the playwright grew up. Some of his E,M,H 7 min. 2000 EUGENE O'NEILL most famous plays were drawn from his experiences with family. Highlighted are "Long Days Journey Into Night", and "The Iceman Cometh" 6902 OLD MASTERS In separate segments, examines the works of Rembrandt. Rubens, El E,M,H 45 min. 1974 AWARENESS SERIES Grego, Fragonard, Goya, Blake, and Turner. Narration provides quotes from the artists and information about their backgrounds and influences. 4968 OVER THE MEADOW This program looks at the old counting song for early learners with E 12 min. 1968 music and beautiful scenery. 1006 PAPIER-MACHE Describes the procedures for each step of the process in making papier- E,M,H,A 14 min. mache, and the use of different objects to construct basic forms. 6405 PERSPECTIVE DRAWING: Making a drawing that conveys the visual effect of the third dimension E,M,H 18 min. 1997 GETTING THE BASICS is a task that often baffles students. 2127 PET ROCK VIDEO FUN VIDEO--"A real rock video by a real rock star". E,M,H,A 10 min. 1985 1343 PETER AND THE WOLF A Walt Disney musical interpretation of Sergei Prokofiev's famous P,E,M 14 min. 1985 orchestral fable demonstrating the basic instruments of the symphony orchestra. 6402 PETROGLYPHS: DRAWING Walking among the lava stones of an extinct volcano, students find E,M,H 16 min. 1997 ON STONE drawings etched on almost every boulder! These are petroglyphs - art of the earliest Native Americans. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 14 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 562 PICASSO: THE His pictures of circus people are contrasted to live circus performances E,M,H,A 30 min. 1982 SALTIMBANQUES in Paris. 1005 PRINTS Presents a number of printmaking processes that may be carried out E,M,H 15 min. with the use of simple, readily available materials. Opens up a wide range of possibilities for individual exploration and experimentation. 6770 RAINBOW WAR Three kingdoms, Blue, Red and Yellow, fight a colorful battle for E,M,H 20 min. 1997 supremacy, Paint buckets, brushes and rollers are the weapons in their splashy slapstick struggle. 563 RUBENS Peter Paul Rubens, the great Flemish painter of the baroque period, E,M,H,A 6 min. 1982 produced a prodigious number of works, grand in scale and manner. As artist, scholar, teacher, and diplomat, Ruben's intellect and energy made him a towering figure in seventeenth-century Europe. 2091 SING-A-LONG SONGS Treats the viewer to a fun filled sing-a-long of magical Disney tunes: P,E 26 min. 1986 Zip-Dee-Doo-Dah, It's a Small World, The Unbirthday Song, Bibbidi- Bobbidi-Boo, and many more. 2686 THE BIG A #1: TELLING A States that recognizing important historical and personal events in our P,E,M 15 min. 1988 STORY IN ART lives leads to visual stories in art. 2695 THE BIG A #10: DIFFERENT Explores new subjects, themes, media and ways of working. P,E,M 15 min. 1988 WAYS OF SEEING 2687 THE BIG A #2: GETTING Shows how to generate and record ideas for art work. P,E,M 15 min. 1988 IDEAS 2688 THE BIG A #3: Shows how to combine, refine and convert ideas into art and P,E,M 15 min. 1988 TRANSFORMING IDEAS sculpture. 2690 THE BIG A #5: PROBLEM Shows how you can produce art forms through team work. P,E,M 15 min. 1988 SOLVING 2691 THE BIG A #6: ELEMENTS Discovers the expressive qualities of line, color, texture, shape and P,E,M 15 min. 1988 OF DESIGN space to create unity and variety in a work of art. 2692 THE BIG A #7: Looks at organizing line, color, texture, shape and space to create unity P,E,M 15 min. 1988 COMPOSITION and variety in a work of art. 2693 THE BIG A #8: WHAT'S IT Describes visual qualities and interpreting the meanings of works of art P,E,M 15 min. 1988 MEAN? in a museum collection. 2694 THE BIG A #9: IS IT ANY Explains learning to make judgements about art. P,E,M 15 min. 1988 GOOD? 565 THE NATIONAL GALLERY Illustrates highlights of the East Building's conception and construction E,M,H,A 13 min. 1982 BUILDS of the National Gallery of Art beginning with the challenge initially faced by architect I. M. Pei. 6326 TIME CAPTURED IN This program looks at the artists that have influenced Monterey from E,M,H 28 min. 1991 PAINTING: THE MONTEREY around the world. LEGACY 940 TO HONOR ART Demonstrates how art is the most natural and complete way of E,M,H,A 10 min. expressing experience that humans have yet discovered. Discusses the implications of recent research that illustrates "to honor art is to honor life." 2781 TREASURES FROM THE Shows the artisans of restoration working on a vintage airplane, a E,M,H,A 59 min. 1987 PAST carousel, a tall ship, a Duesenberg car, and Leningrad's tsarist palaces. 4857 TRYIN' TO GET HOME Describes the positive impact of black musicians on the music of this E,M,H 51 min 1993 century. With extensive use of of visual aids such as the clothes and settings of the periods, the narrator creates an atmophere of the times. The black contributions become real to the viewer. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 15 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 1944 VIDEO LETTERS: LIVING Shows traditional dance,Kubuki theatre, the tea ceremony, flower E 60 min. 1986 ARTS--CULTURE IN arrangements, games, hobbies and recreation. MODERN KYOTO/FRIENDS 1004 WEAVING Presents a wide variety of weaving methods after demonstrating the E,M,H 14 min. basic principle of interlocking fibers. 3827 WHAT IS A MUSEUM FOR, Introduces elementary students to the National Gallery of Art and to the E 46 min. 1988 ANYWAY? pleasure of visiting a museum. Gives a behind-the-scenes look at museum activities and listens to the comments of a group of young visitors. 6404 YOUNG ILLUSTRATOR Mary Jane Begin shows how she creates a picture book and the jewel- E,M,H 26 min. 1997 CREATES A PICTURE BOOK like illustrations that bring the pages to life. Career/Vocational Guidance 4497 AMERICAN SUCCESS Highlights the reasons for Debbi Fields' business success, and how the E,M,H 15 min. 1989 STORIES: MRS. FIELDS events of her past contributed to her positive self concept, enthusiasm for her work, and the ability to set and reach goals. 6061 ARCHITECTURE PROG. 2: A look at the community around us reveals the variety of homes and E,M 30 min. HOME environments that we live in. 6063 ARCHITECTURE PROG. 4: This program looks at the work of architects and how they make the E,M 30 min. MADE TO FIT items that surround us "fit" us. 6062 ARCHITECTURE PROG. 5: How do you get the most building out of the least amount of materials? E,M 30 min. LIGHT, BUT STRONG One way is to choose items that are light but strong. 6065 ARCHITECTURE PROG. 3: This program looks at a cathedral and how it is made. E,M 30 min. STACK IT UP 4462 BEGINNINGS: YOU WON'T Treats the misinformation problem of the AIDS epidemic. Shows that P,E,M 14 min. 1990 GET AIDS AIDS is normally very hard to get; also that people with AIDS need help, compassion and friendship. Uses animation and music as well as dramatization. 1654 BOOKBIRD #4: THE Presents a clever story that shows toothpaste production and sales is big E 15 min. 1986 TOOTHPASTE MILLIONAIRE business. 3794 CAREERS IN MATH AND Presents young men and women discussing a variety of interesting E,M 19 min. 1988 SCIENCE: A DIFFERENT careers that require math and science skills. Helps teachers answer the VIEW often-asked question, "Why do I need to study this?" 6642 CRIME PREVENTION: IT'S McGruff the Crime Dog gives youngsters a lesson on his favorite E 12 min 1999 ELEMENTARY subject. Object lessons include incidents common to kids' daily experiences. The program strongly makes the point that there is something kids can do to prevent crime. 2397 CRIME PREVENTION: IT'S Presents McGruff, the Crime prevention mascot giving object lessons P,E 12 min. 1987 ELEMENTARY and incidents to children's daily experiences. Children learn what they can do to prevent crime. 3506 DONALD'S FIRE SURVIVAL Donald Duck and his nephew outlive the most up-to-date techniques for P,E,M 12 min. 1988 PLAN (REV.) preventing or surviving a home fire. Stresses the need for prevention and the "Stop, Drop and Roll" technique (Known as EDITH--Exit Drills in the Home.) 2390 FARMING Takes students to the farms and ranches where common foods are P,E 16 min. 1987 produced. Students learn about vegetables, fruits and meats. 4238 FARMS IN THE FALL Fall is the season of color as the leaves turn red and gold. It is also the P,E 9 min. 1976 season to harvest many food crops and store them for winter use. 4239 FARMS IN THE SPRING Spring comes slowly but dramatically as winter snows quietly melt. A P,E 10 min. 1976 class of children prepare the soil and plant some seeds. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 16 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 6585 GOING TO SCHOOL IS As Mrs. Johnson's kindergarten class is taken on a tour of their school, P,E 15 min. 1997 YOUR JOB - 4TH ED. young viewers meet the many important people who work there- principal, nurse, gym teacher, librarian and custodian. 3686 KNOW YOUR LIBRARY Presents three youngsters, with the aid of a helpful librarian, as they E,M,H 13 min. 1988 (3RD ED.) make use of the many services of their library. 6490 LOTS OF KIDS LIKE US Two children are caught up in the trauma and confusion of having an E 30 min. 1993 alcoholic parent. This sensitive dramatization stresses healthy ways to deal with their feelings of guilt and unhappiness. "One of the few films available that presents such clear information for children on this topic." 4359 LYING Eddie returns from Florida and tells the gang he wrestled alligators. The E 13 min. 1989 kids try and end up covered with mud. 6435 ORANGES: FROM FARM TO Where does orange juice come from? Viewers learn how oranges grow P,E,M 14 min. 1994 TABLE from blossoms that appear on an orange tree, are harvested by farmers and sent to packing plants as fresh fruit. 234 OUR FRIEND THE A veterinarian does more than take care of a pet's broken bone or hurt P,E 30 min. 1975 VETERINARIAN paw. He cleans teeth--even on horses and cows--he is truly a doctor, surgeon and humane person. 6383 PART I - SO YOU WANT TO So You Want to Be? (A Series of Three) examines the benefits as well E,M,H 15 min. 1990 BE? JUDGE as the challenges that professionals face daily. 5038 POLICE OFFICER Children will enjoy this story of a small dog's view of the helpful police E 16 min. officer in his town. 2792 PORTRAIT OF A COAL Follows West Virginia miners into a mine and their family life outside P,E,M,H 15 min. 1986 MINER the mines. 2793 PORTRAIT OF A Follows a Massachusetts fisherman managing his fishing business and P,E,M,H 15 min. 1986 FISHERMAN visiting his son's school and football game. 2806 PORTRAIT OF A Shows the process used to turn scrap metal, iron into steel. Visits a P,E,M,H 15 min. 1986 STEELWORKER steelworker's family and friends. 4765 POWER OF NO: THE Encourages children of alcoholic parents to tap their inner strength to E,M 23 min. 1989 WIZARD RETURNS resist the crutch of alcohol in their own life. 3545 REACHING OUT: A STORY Shows the difficulties and rewards of mainstreaming seen through the P,E 13 min. 1988 ABOUT MAINSTREAMING eyes of a handicapped young girl, who is severely deaf with limited speech capabilities and cerebral palsy who has experienced both. 2998 SPEECH GUIDELINES Presents a how-to for writing and delivering speeches. E,M,H,A 17 min. 1987 6487 SUMMER ON THE FARM Takes viewers from plowing and planting to harvest and storage of P,E 30 min. 1994 PART I different crops. Shows the work of farmers and the machinery used to produce our food. Shows time exposures of wheat and corn fields growing and explains different types of farming methods used. 6488 SUMMER ON THE FARM Addresses the animal aspect of farming, with emphasis on the P,E 30 min. 1994 PART II development of a calf to a milk cow. Other animals such as pigs, chickens, ducks, sheep and horses are shown as the whole family does chores. 3622 TAKING RESPONSIBILITY In this animated program, a prehistoric child discovers constructive P,E 11 min 1988 SERIES: STANDING UP FOR verbal and non-verbal responses to put-downs, physical aggression and YOURSELF inappropriate touching. Reminds young viewers that sometimes it is important to get help from adults. 3476 THE FIRE STATION Mickey visits a fire station and its inhabitants to learn about fire trucks, P,E 12 min. 1988 equipment and the every day life of a firefighter. 3477 THE HOSPITAL At the hospital, Mickey and viewer learn about the teamwork demanded P,E 12 min. 1988 by health professionals and the services they provide. Aims to reduce the fear of being in a hospital. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 17 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 3478 THE POLICE STATION Mickey meets a police officer and learns about his daily duties, his P,E 12 min. 1988 uniform, police cars and the many aspects of the community services police officers provide. 3461 TRULY EXCEPTIONAL Dan Haley has lost 80% of his vision and he will eventually be totally E,M,H 11 min. 1988 PEOPLE: DAN HALEY blind, yet he leads an active life and demonstrates the individual human potential that is in all of us. 3318 VEGETABLE SOUP #48-- Real People: Nigel--Art and Poetry E 15 min. 1988 CAREERS: OCEANOGRAPHY 6600 WHEN IT'S IMPORTANT TO It is important for children to learn no matter how others may intimidate E 12 min. 1997 TELL them with powerful words, there are situations when it's important to tell no matter how difficult it might be. Video reinforces the child's self confidence to know when it is important to tell. 1135 WORKING: FOOD SERVICES Shows the rewards and frustrations of feeding the public. Illustrates jobs E,M,H,A 22 min. of a chef, restaurant manager, baker, and meat wrapper. 4106 YOUR TOWN: THE FIRE Visits a community fire station to show some of the many ways in E,M 13 min. 1990 STATION which fire fighters and paramedics help people-from fighting a blazing fire to aiding an injured or sick person; also shows how fire fighters help prevent fires by teaching about fire safety. 4105 YOUR TOWN: THE Visits the children's ward of a big city hospital and follows an accident P,E 13 min. 1990 HOSPITAL victim who is flown by helicopter to the trauma center; introduces some of the tools used by the medical staff and shows how doctors and nurses care for patients' physical and emotional well-being. 4107 YOUR TOWN: THE POLICE Shows some of the many services provided by police officers-from E,M 15 min. 1990 STATION patrolling a neighborhood to issuing a ticket to a speeding motorist to serving as crossing guards at local schools; discusses the dangers and rewards of police work and the ways police help keep the community safe. Child Development 4878 COME SEE WHAT THE This video features an enactment of a routine medical exam in which a E,M 25 min. 1994 DOCTOR SEES nine year old gets answers to all of her questions. 5055 DIFFERENT AND THE Audrey's classmates decide that she can't play Cinderella because she E 15 min. 1997 SAME: CINDERELLA AND doesn't "look" the part. ME 5061 DIFFERENT AND THE One child looks on another with disfavor because she wasn't born in the E 15 min. 1997 SAME: I'M AN AMERICAN, United States. TOO 5056 DIFFERENT AND THE A look at the life of a Spanish speaker in an English environment. E 15 min. 1997 SAME: LONG DISTANCE 5057 DIFFERENT AND THE Children forming a baseball team shut out one child because of his E 15 min. 1997 SAME: PLAY BALL "looks." 5060 DIFFERENT AND THE A look at one child's point of view with regards to the trappings of his E 15 min. 1997 SAME: PROUD TO BE ME culture and the views of those around him. 5054 DIFFERENT AND THE A child's view of older children making fun of his name. E 15 min. 1997 SAME: STICKS AND STONES 5058 DIFFERENT AND THE Children forming a club exclude a potential member because they don't E 15 min. 1997 SAME: THE CLUB think she is "cool." 5059 DIFFERENT AND THE A look at one child's reaction to friendships inside and outside of his E 15 min. 1997 SAME: TUG OF WAR culture. 5062 DIFFERENT AND THE A child's view of hate mail and its effect on her life. E 15 min. 1997 SAME: WORDS ON THE WALL Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 18 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 2231 EYES ON THE PRIZE #2-- Follows the struggle for equality from the schoolroom to the courtroom E,M,H,A 60 min. 1986 FIGHTING BACK (1957-62) as blacks reject the existing system of "separate but equal" education. The Supreme Court rejects the system in its historic Brown vs. Board of Education decision. 2233 EYES ON THE PRIZE #4--NO Explores a crucial phase of the civil rights movement-the emergence of E,M,H,A 60 min. 1986 EASY WALK (1962-66) mass demonstrations and marches as a powerful protest vehicle. 6276 HOW TO CONDUCT Youngsters are taught to respect school property and look at the E 14 min. 1990 YOURSELF AT SCHOOL outcome of careless behavior. 6307 PAPER WINGS A young girl and an older woman share their mutual love of things that E 13 min. 1985 fly and in so doing, develop a friendship. 4641 RAMONA Views the relationship between Ramona and her sister and how the P,E 30 min. 1987 death of their pet cat brings them closer together. 4639 RAMONA--RAMONA THE Treats the subject of handling embarrassment. Romona gets sick in front P,E 30 min. 1987 PATIENT of her classmates and then worries about facing them when she returns. 4643 RAMONA--SIBLINGITIS Studies the emotions Ramona has when her mother is going to have a P,E 30 min. 1987 new baby and how her parents handle the situation. 4637 RAMONA--SQUEAKER FOOT Ramona wears her new squeaky shoes to class becoming the center of P,E 30 min. 1987 the wrong kind of attention. 4642 RAMONA--THE PERFECT Portrays a "perfect day" for Ramona when Romana saves the wedding P,E 30 min. 1987 DAY day preparations of her aunt. 4638 ROMONA--MYSTERY MEAL Romona and her sister complain about dinner and are made to cook. P,E 30 min. 1987 Who will clean up the mess in the kitchen? 4636 ROMONA--NEW PAJAMAS Illustrates the situation caused when Romona's older sister makes fun of P,E 30 min. 1987 Romona for wearing her favorite pajamas under her clothes to school. 4640 ROMONA--RAINY SUNDAY Traces the events of a rainy Sunday when Ramona and her family are P,E 30 min. 1987 disappointed because they are unable to go on an outing. An unusual stranger demonstrates that often clouds have silver linings. 4634 ROMONA--RAMONA'S BAD Depicts Romona's Bad Day in which everything seems to go wrong. P,E 30 min. 1987 DAY Romona realizes that even good people have bad days. Shows that perseverance and patience will eventually help. 4635 ROMONA--THE GREAT Depicts Romona's big sister, Beezus, desire to have her hair styled like P,E 30 min. 1987 HAIR ARGUMENT the other girls in her class. The disastrous results points to the importance of decision making in the "growing up" process. 4459 THE TENTH GOOD THING Provides a story illustrating death and sadness, and how it is a natural P,E 13 min. 1989 ABOUT BARNEY part of life. Shows that feeling and expressing sadness are okay. 6311 TO TELL THE TRUTH A warm and moving story of a young girl who tells lies and how these E 14 min. 1986 affect her and others. 6314 WONDERS IN YOUR OWN The viewer sees that life flourishes in a common garden. E 11 min. 1992 BACKYARD Drugs 6648 COCAINE TO CRACK: A look at drug use today and the effects that it has on the lives of the E,M,H 23 min. 94 GINA'S STORY users. 3180 CRACK: THE BIG LIE Based on actual case studies, this film discloses the alarming E,M,H 22 min. 1987 availability and severe addictiveness of crack. 6277 DRUGS, ALCOHOL, AND This program looks at the reasons to "just say no." E,M 14 min. 1990 YOUR BODY 2988 FRONTLINE: STOPPING Examines the life of a drug addict. Focuses on the struggle to kick a E,M,H,A 60 min. 1987 DRUGS drug habit and how effective drug treatment programs are. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 19 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 3555 JUST SAY NO This inventive mixture of candid interviews, animation and street rap P,E 30 min. 1988 narration brings to focus the strong message of the National "Just Say No" Movement, and makes the point that the best way to get out of trouble from drugs, tobacco or alcohol is never to get into it. 6586 LOTS OF KIDS LIKE US - A true classic updated for today's youth. This is the story of Ben and his E 28 min. 1997 2ND ED. sister trying to cope with their father's alcoholism with help from a new friend. 3191 PRIVATE VICTORIES Series of four dramatic stories that illustrate the private victories young E,M,H,A 120 min. 1988 people can achieve when they care enough about themselves to reject drugs. 6379 RIDING HIGH Living cleanly and working hard are the messages in this convincing E,M 14 min. 1996 and humorous video that features skateboarders, in-line skaters and stunt bikers performing at the top levels because they have chosen to lead drug-free lives. 6486 STAND UP FOR Real-life situations and a peer workshop group dramatize proven ways E,M,H 16 min. 1997 YOURSELF! PEER young people can say no to street drugs, cigarettes and alcohol. Useful PRESSURE AND DRUGS techniques provide social skills young people need to say no and still keep their friends. 3557 THE WIZARD OF NO This award-winning story about a young boy who confronts peer P,E 18 min. 1988 pressure to smoke and learns the power of saying "no" reinforces the importance of self-esteem, understanding media techniques and resisting negative peer pressure. 3222 WHERE'S SHELLEY? A thought-provoking film for children 9 to 11 years old. Focuses on E,M 14 min. 1987 making a choice about using or not using alcohol and other drugs. 4049 WHY SAY NO TO DRUGS? Gives the students the information and inspiration that will help them E,M 16 min. 1986 say NO to ruining their lives. Education 6625 HILLSDALE PROJECT E,M,H 16 min. 95 1170 HOW TO OPERATE YOUR Describes and shows how to connect a VCR to a television receiver, E,M,H,A 20 min. 1985 VIDEO CASSETTE how to operate a VCR and the basic functions of a VCR. RECORDER 6380 RESOURCE-BASED Demonstrates how teachers and media specialists work together using E,M,H 28 min. 1996 LEARNING Big Six strategies. Helps teachers combine traditional and new electronic resources in education. 1420 THE CALL OF OUTDOORS Explains to young people what environmental education and outdoor E,M,H 9 min. 1986 LEARNING camps are. 1590 UP IN ARMS Shows students from the AFS (American Field Service) International E,M,H,A 58 min. 1986 Student Exchange Program who discuss the prospects of the nuclear arms race. 4773 VICTOR Depicts the story of Victor who feels like a loser because he's torn E,M,H 21 min. 1989 between two often contraditory worlds--home and school. Finally Victor finds a way to resolve the conflict. 1943 VIDEO LETTERS: OUR Pictures the fun and games and rigorous academic schedule of school E 60 min. 1986 SCHOOL/SEASONS AND life in Japan. Explores the seasons and the festivities surrounding them FESTIVITIES in Japanese life. 6626 WRITING WAGON E,M,H 7 min. 98 Family Life Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 20 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 6566 ABSTINENCE..IT'S THE When it comes to sexual activity, nothing "just happens." Today's teens E,M 23 min. 1997 RIGHT CHOICE are constantly bombarded by the topic of sex. This video's intriguing format intertwines street interviews with footage of a group of curious teens learning refusal techniques and alternatives to engaging in sexual activity from an older sister and her boyfriend. 6755 AFRICAN STORY JOURNE: Spirited storyteller Diane Ferlatte weaves a mix of music and folklore in E,M,H 23 min. 1992 THE AMERICAN SOUTH these stories from the oral history of the slave-owning South which tell of triumph over adversity and deep faith in a better time to come. 6720 CHEATING YOURSELF Cheating can be a difficult and confusing issue for young people. This E,M 25 min. 1999 (PARTS 1 & 2) program aims at helping students recognize and understand different forms of cheating in schools and provides alternative responses and behaviors for students who feel pressured to cheat for grades or friendship. 6173 COURTESY? WHO ME? This program demonstrates to the early learner how the behavior of P,E 13 min. 1996 others can impact the lives of those around them. 6198 EVERYONE HELPS IN A This video shows the life that starts on the farm, moves into town and E,M,H 17 min. 1996 COMMUNITY (SECOND then into a city as we become a global society. REVISION) 6189 FAMILIES This program defines family roles and how they influence our lives. P,E 10 min. 1996 1756 GETTIN' TO KNOW ME: THE Tells how Lavonne and Kwame encounter people who use their various E,M 30 min. 1986 BIG MOVE forms of folklore to help the children understand and feel comfortable in their new town. 1757 GETTIN' TO KNOW ME: THE Tells how preparing for Momma Violet's birthday gives the Jackson E,M 30 min. 1986 BIRTHDAY PARTY family an opportunity to research family lore and to continue family traditions. 1759 GETTIN' TO KNOW ME: THE Illustrates how Lavonne learns how her own family history and E,M 30 min. 1986 LESSON traditions can help her in making decisions about role models and the influence of friends. 1758 GETTIN' TO KNOW ME: THE Portrays how the family takes in a fifteen year old runaway and shows E,M 30 min. 1986 RUNAWAY how traditions help promote group identity and family solidarity. 1760 GETTIN' TO KNOW ME: THE Shows that while on a camping trip, the family uses folklore for E,M 30 min. 1986 WISH different purposes--to teach, to entertain, to pass on history, and to help with problems. 6207 GIRL TO WOMAN Describes the development of a girl into a woman and many of the steps E,M 23 min. 1997 in that process. 2293 HAPPY TO BE ME Provides an objective view of young people's attitudes toward gender, or E,M,H,A 25 min. 1986 male-female roles. Candid interviews. 3044 HOW DO I FEEL? HOW DO Explains that being aware of and feeling comfortable with many kinds P,E 13 min. 1988 YOU FEEL? of feelings can help develop an appreciation and understanding of ourselves and others. 6948 I LOVE SATURDAYS Y Her paternal grandparents are of European decent; her maternal E,M,H 18 min. 02 DOMINGOS grandparents are Mexican-American. This lucky little girl enjoys the company and love of both sets of grandparents each of whom provides a link to her cultural heritage. 1884 INSIDE/OUT: BUT...NAMES Examines how prejudice affects all involved. THIS VIDEO E 15 min. 1986 WILL NEVER HURT CONTAINS SENSITIVE MATERIAL AND TEACHERS SHOULD PREVIEW BEFORE SHOWING. 3212 IT ONLY TAKES ONCE** Designed to teach teens and preteens about responsible sexual choices. E,M,H 30 min. 1988 Visits a family planning clinic and discusses methods of birth control. 6945 LEARNING FOR LIFE Find out what it is like to grow up with a learning disability- to wrestle E,M,H 25 min. 2000 with feelings of frustration and inadequacy before finding the path to success. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 21 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 3473 LIVING WITH CHANGE When student actors dramatize for Elmer that even the telephone and E 10 min. 1988 the automobile originally met with skepticism, he realizes that change can mean advances and benefits for society and he decides to prepare for the future rather than fearing it. 4879 MAKE A WISH, MOLLY Molly, a young Russian Jewish girl, is constantly being teased for her P,E,M,H 30 min. 1995 ethnic mannerisms. 6574 MALE AND FEMALE: Stereotypes from the media, society and even peer groups send E,M,H 20 min. 1997 STEREOTYPING HURTS unrealistic and damaging messages about being male and female. 6283 MCGRUFF ON VANDALISM This program looks at vandalism and how it hurts everyone. E 16 min. 1990 3303 MOVING RIGHT ALONG: When told that her parents are getting a divorce, Maggie experiences E 30 min. 1988 STOP THE WORLD, anger, rejection, fear, hatred and guilt as she struggles with the news. MAGGIE WANTS TO GET OFF 3177 ONE FINE DAY A visual celebration of the American woman from 18th century to the E,M,H,A 6 min. 1988 present--a montage to Kay Weaver's anthem "One Fine Day." 2807 PLAYING FOR KEEPS Follow a teenager dealing with taking risks, ordering priorities and E,M,H,A 26 min. 1984 making adjustments to life's changing demands. 6761 SOLVING CONFLICTS This program presents scenarios and solutions for problems in a school E 18 min. 1996 setting. 6552 THAT'S WHAT FRIENDS Friends can act as a safety net when we occasionally slip and fall. They E,M,H 15 min. 1993 ARE FOR also can expose us to new and exciting things. The importance of friendship will be shown. 187 THE FAMILY CHOOSES A Every child wants a pet and every adult at least considers this a P,E 30 min. 1975 PET delightful subject. The film discusses why one kind of pet fits your needs better than another. 6495 THE GIFT Unable to buy Christmas gifts, a boy discovers the greatest gift of all: E,M,H 16 min. 1985 the giving of his time to others. 4856 THEN ONE YEAR Discusses the primary and secondary changes at adolescence in boys E,M 25min 1992 and girls. It is suggested that teachers preview this video before sharing it with your classes. 6949 UNDER THE LEMON MOON A young girl in the Mexican countryside adopts a sick lemon tree and E,M,H 18 min. 2002 over night the tree produces large, beautiful lemons. 3311 VEGETABLE SOUP #41-- A Lua-Recipe: Lo Mein E 15 min. 1988 WHAT IS A FAMILY? 4830 YOU'R IN THE PICTURE: Describes Victor and Maria a young teenage couple who marry and E,M,H 15 min. 1991 STORIES OF TEEN DADS have a child. Foreign Language 6370 (WHY MOSQUITOES BUZZ A tall tale sets off a chain of mishaps through the jungle grapevine - P,E 10 min. 1997 IN PEOPLE'S EARS) from Mosquito to Iguana to Python to Rabbit to Owl - in this traditional (SPANISH) story from Africa. 4755 ALL THE ANIMALS Presents a vivid description of how the world is filled with animals. P,E 7 min. 1980 (BILINGUAL) Describes many farm yard animals and pets. 6751 AMAZING GRACE Even though her classmates discourage Grace from trying out for Peter E,M 9 min. 1998 (SPANISH) Pan in the school play because she is black and a girl, Grace wins the part and proves that she can be anything she wants to be. Lovely music complements this very special story. 6350 AMAZING GRACE Even though her classmates discourage Grace from trying out for Peter P,E 9 min. 1997 (SPANISH) Pan in the school play because she is black and a girl, Grace wins the part and proves that she can be anything she wants to be. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 22 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 4752 ANHELOS--WISHES Demonstrates that wishing is not enough we must work to realize our P,E 7 min. 1980 (BILINGUAL) dreams and wishes. 4751 ANYTHING YOU WANT TO Illustrates the idea that you can be anything you want if you work hard P,E 7 min. 1980 BE (ENGLISH) enough. Depicts children examining many different professions. 4747 BEING PART OF A FAMILY Depicts in animated cartoon form the responsibilities of being part of a P,E 7 min. 1980 (ENGLISH) family. 4748 CON QUE TIENES UNA Shows in animated cartoon form how the children deal with their P,E 7 min. 1980 PROBLEMA? (BILINGUAL) problems and what the problems are. 4601 DIEZ TEMAS In looking at both the city and the countryside, this program encourages E,M,H 15 min. 1989 the language skill of making comparisons. 4596 DIEZ TEMAS: DEPORTES Shows teenagers playing various sports, and follows a female cycling E,M,H 15 min. 1989 team through the countryside around Salamanca. 4592 DIEZ TEMAS: The series' teenagers extend greetings, describe themselves, and E,M,H 15 min. 1989 INFORMACION PERSONAL introduce their school friends. 4593 DIEZ TEMAS: LA FAMILIA Shows teenagers at home; enables them to describe their rooms and E,M,H 15 min. 1989 introduce their families. 4594 DIEZ TEMAS: LA VIDA Presents a routine day in the lives of the teenagers. Begins with English E,M,H 15 min. 1989 DIARIA in the classroom and ends with basketball on the playground. Discusses likes and dislikes. 4599 DIEZ TEMAS: LAS Antonio takes you on a tour of Salamanca, and some of his peers talk E,M,H 15 min. 1989 VACACIONES about where they like to go on vacation--and where they went last year. 4595 DIEZ TEMAS: TIEMPO Shows teenagers dating, skateboarding, shooting billiards, and playing E,M,H 15 min. 1989 LIBRE "pala vasca" in their free hours. Stresses expressing time, among other skills. 4600 DIEZ TEMAS: "Feliz Cumpleanos!" Discuses extending birthday wishes and making E,M,H 15 min. 1989 UNCUMPLEANOS polite conversation at a birthday party. 6756 DOCTOR DE SOTO Dr. De Soto is a mouse who is also a dentist - with a sign posted outside P,E 12 min. 1992 (SPANISH - (EL DOCTOR DE Doctor De Soto's office warning cats and other animals dangerous to SOTO) mice they are unwelcome patients. 4753 EVERYTHING IS CHANGING Shows in cartoon form that "everything" is always in a state of change P,E 7 min. 1980 including feelings as well as appearances. 4750 EVERYTHING YOU DO Follows the theme that each of us can do something well, and we should P,E 7 min. 1980 (ENGLISH) share what we do. 4754 FIESTA (BILINGUAL) Animated cartoon with music features all of the preparation for the P,E 8 min. 1980 children to plan a surprise fiesta; also deals with concepts of time. 4738 FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL Depicts through animation children's fears and apprehensions about the P,E 8 min. 1980 (SPANISH) first day of school. 2508 FRENCH COMMERCIALS Brings contemporary French culture alive for students. E,M,H,A 25 min. 1986 6355 HERE COMES THE CAT A peaceful settlement of mice is threatened by the ominous shadow of a P,E 11 min. 1998 (SPANISH) big cat. 6344 HOT HIPPO (SPANISH) Hippo promises not to eat little fishes in exchange for being allowed to P,E 5 min. 1997 live in the cool water instead of on dry land. 4742 HOW DO WE LOOK? Depicts through animation the similarities of people. P,E 8 min. 1980 (ENGLISH) 4745 IT DEPENDS ON YOU Follows the theme, that each of us sees things differently, so lets P,E 7 min. 1980 INTERPRETATION (SOME explain before we argue. ENGLISH) Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 23 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 6531 IT'S ABOUT FOOD! EATING Includes a supermarket tour and demonstrates making smoothies with E,M,H 30 min. 1998 FOR A HEALTHY HEART fruits and milk or yogurt. 6532 IT'S ABOUT FOOD! Lively 5 a-day -fruits and vegetable message with Power of the Pyramid E,M,H 30 min. 1998 NUTRITION FOR CHILDREN (Food Guide Pyramid) and telenovella on good nutrition to prevent anemia. Demonstrates making smoothies with fruits, milk or yogurt. 6536 IT'S ABOUT FOOD! Repeats message of Power of the (Food Guide) Pyramid. Real high E,M,H 30 min. 1998 NUTRITION FOR CHILDREN school kids demonstrate/discuss improved sports and academic AND ADOLESCENTS performance using the Food Guide Pyramid in High Five for a Healthy You. 6534 IT'S ABOUT FOOD! Telenovella shows family response and adjustment to dad's heart E,M,H 30 min. 1998 NUTRITION FOR THE attack. HEALTH OF YOUR HEART 6346 JOEY RUNS AWAY Joey looks for another home when he doesn't feel like cleaning up his P,E 8 min. 1997 (SPANISH) messy room. 2003 LES ADVENTURES DE M. Shows amusing stories about M. Carre and his family in cartoon-like E,M,H,A 26 min. 1986 CARRE (SERIES) animation. 4739 LOS MAESTROS (THE Shows that the teachers are like everyone else in that they shop, have P,E 7 min. 1980 TEACHERS) families, etc. 6372 MAKE WAY FOR In this timeless tale of family life, Mr. and Mrs. Mallard find the perfect P,E 12 min. 1997 DUCKLINGS (SPANISH) spot to raise their young in Boston's Public Garden. 6361 MAX'S CHRISTMAS Irrepressible Max wants to stay up late on Christmas so he can see P,E 6 min. 1997 (SPANISH) Santa Claus. 2510 MEXICAN SPORTS Highlights 10 different sporting events complete with Mexican E,M,H,A 30 min. 1986 (SPANISH VERSION) announcer. Everything from bullfights to a bicycle race. 4937 MEXICO: THE HERITAGE This program looks at the history of Mexico and the factors that have E,M 21 min. 1994 (SPANISH) created the Mexico of today. 4756 MI BARRIO: MY Depicts an animated story of how the neighborhood bands get together P,E 7 min. 1980 NEIGHBORHOOD (SPANISH) to help Uncle Pepe keep his business going. 6374 MIKE MULLIGAN AND HIS Big diesel machines threaten to put Mike Mulligan and his faithful old P,E 11 min. 1997 STEAM SHOVEL (SPANISH) steam shovel, Mary Anne, out of business until Mike agrees to tackle a big job. 6398 MOON MAN (SPANISH) Rocketing down on a shooting star, Moon Man finds that life on earth P,E 6 min. 1998 isn't everything he thought it would be. 4746 MY GRANDFATHER Depicts the sensitive story of a grandfather and a youth in Mexico. P,E 9 min. 1980 4740 OTHER PEOPLE AT Illustrates the roles of adults other than the teachers. P,E 7 min. 1980 SCHOOL (ENGLISH) 4741 OUR CLASS (ENGLISH & Depicts through animation how children work together to keep their P,E 7 min. 1980 SPANISH) class neat and clean. 6367 ROSIE'S WALK (SPANISH) Against the strains of a catchy barnyard tune, a single-minded fox stalks P,E 4 min. 1997 an unsuspecting hen. 3949 TELEFRANCIS #13 Ginette advertises a coursethon for charity and the children gather E,M 10 min. 1989 pledges. 3950 TELEFRANCIS #14 The 20-kilometer coursethon is more tiring than anticipated. E,M 10 min. 1989 3956 TELEFRANCIS #20 Review: Sophie arrives for a visit; Ananas and Jacques play guessing E,M 10 min. 1989 games. 3958 TELEFRANCIS #22 Ananas discovers a new comet, but has difficulty getting credit for it. E,M 10 min. 1989 3959 TELEFRANCIS #23 Catherine's new hat is stolen by a mysterious stranger. E,M 10 min. 1989 Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 24 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 3960 TELEFRANCIS #24 The mysterious stranger gives the children four wishes. E,M 10 min. 1989 6342 THE CATERPILLAR AND Two new friends discover on their own that spring is the time to turn P,E 8 min. 1997 THE POLLIWOG ( SPANISH) into "something else." 6364 THE DAY JIMMY'S BOA A young girl tells her mother about her class trip to a farm, revealing a P,E 6 min. 1997 ATE THE WASH (SPANISH) humorous chain of events. 4743 THE FIVE SENSES Introduces the association of all five senses to view the world. Cartoon P,E 7 min. 1980 (ENGLISH) and motion pecture. 6397 THE HAT (SPANISH) In a lively and imaginative romp, a top hat with a mind of its own, P,E 6 min. 1997 changes a penniless man's life. 6368 THE MOST WONDERFUL A wise king must choose a princess from among three clucking hens P,E 6 min. 1997 EGG IN THE WORLD when each one thinks she is the prettiest. (SPANISH) 6360 THE SNOWMAN This is the classic story of what happens when a boy's snowman comes P,E 28 min. 1997 to life. An exquisite orchestral score. 6363 THE SNOWY DAY A small boy's enchantment with a city's snowfall has him making snow P,E 6 min. 1997 (SPANISH) angels and snowballs, sliding down snow mountains - and looking forward to going outside again tomorrow. 6366 THE THREE ROBBERS A little girl named Tiffany sets three robbers straight, turning their gold P,E 8 min. 1997 (SPANISH) to good. 6703 TOP! EN ESPANOL Program 5 Subject areas covered are numbers, weather, months, food, family E,M 20 min. 1999 members, clothes and topics of personal interest to the contestants. 6702 TOP! EN ESPANOL Programs Students gain the opportunity to hear Spanish spoken by several E,M 40 min. 1999 3&4 different people. All activities - most of which are played against the clock - are designed to introduce and reinforce vocabulary and sentence structure through reading, listening and the motivation to speak. 4749 UN VIAJE A MEXICO Illustrates on film a trip to a large city in Mexico. Compares Mexico P,E 9 min. 1980 (SPANISH, SOME ENGLISH) with the United States. 4744 UNPLEASANT FEELINGS Illustrates that there are many things we want, but we can't always have P,E 7 min. 1980 (ENGLISH & SPANISH) them. The children learn how to handle these emotions. 6371 WHERE THE WILD THINGS Max is the hero of this beloved children's classic in which he makes P,E 11 min. 1997 ARE (SPANISH) mischief, sails away, tames the wild things and returns home for supper. Health 6632 "WHAT'S A HYGIENE?" Milt, Chloe, Rachel, Jimmy & CF, members of a band, decide to fulfill E 18 min. 1998 a health assignment by writing a song! In the course of this lively and entertaining video, they research their topics, compose a lively and entertaining video, then compose words and music for "Tuning Up My Body Clock." 1107 3-2-1 CONTACT AIDS--I Depicts Ryan White, a young man with hemophilia and AIDS. Tells of E,M 25 min. 1989 HAVE AIDS--RYAN WHITE his rejection by one community and his acceptance by another. 4252 A IS FOR AIDS Using animation and 3 young children, this video explains what the E 15 min. 1989 immune system is and how the AIDS virus harms the immune system. 3522 ADVICE ON LICE Teaches students about symptoms, transmission, treatment and P,E 13 min. 1988 prevention of head lice by speaking up so the problem can be solved. 1473 AIDS PREVENTION: Gives students more information about HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, E 12 min. 1989 CHOICE NOT A CHANCE and to teach them how to protect themselves and others from infection. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 25 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 2543 AIDS: ANSWERS FOR Presents the latest information about AIDS in a manner that makes plain E,M,H 19 min. 1987 YOUNG PEOPLE** the danger of AIDS while relieving unnecessary fears. 6258 AIDS: FACTS FOR KIDS This live action video presents the facts kids need to protect themselves E,M,H 9 min. from AIDS. 6778 AIDS: WHAT EVERY KID Describes AIDS, how it is transmitted, and how it is not. E,M 15 min 1987 SHOULD KNOW 3772 AIR POLLUTION: A FIRST Shows the results of air pollution and suggests methods for controlling P,E 12 min 1988 FILM (REV.) it. 51037 BEGINNING THE JOURNEY Regarding health education issues. E 30 min. 1992 6460 BEGINNINGS: YOU WON'T Combining colorful animation, live action and song, and following the E,M 14 min. 1990 GET AIDS Surgeon General's guidelines, this program allays fears, dispels common misconceptions, and answers children's questions about how AIDS is spread. Children will learn to take responsibility for their own health and to open their hearts to those with AIDS. 6905 BEYOND INJECTIONS This Video Covers: The results of the Diabetes Control and E,M,H,A 33 min. 2002 LIVING WITH THE Complications Trial (DCCT) An explanation of MiniMed pump MINIMED 507 therapy Common Concerns about going on the pump Lifestyle benefits such as freedom & flexibility. Examples of how to wear & program the 507 MiniMed's commitment safety and the future of diabetes treatment. 2538 BOYS FOR BABIES Follows a classroom of boys as they help babies through the learning E,M,H 17 min. 1984 process of dressing, and eating as they find out that "the babies don't always do what you want them to do." 6141 BREAK THE SILENCE: KIDS This program is a follow-up to "Scared Silent: Exploring and Ending E,M 29 min. 1994 AGAINST CHILD ABUSE Child Abuse," and looks at the issues through the eyes of children who have lived through the problem. 6906 BREATHING EASY: What is Asthma? What causes it? How is it treated? Using your peak E,M,H,A 15 min. 1996 GETTING THE MOST FROM flow meter. Using your metered dose inhaler. YOUR ASTHMA MED 4498 BULLY UP: FIGHTING Dramatizes fighting as an immature way to settle an argument, and that P,E 14 min. 1989 FEELINGS even name-calling can cause more harm than intended. Shows that standing up to bullies and reporting them is the responsible thing to do. 4891 CARING FOR YOUR This program looks at good health practices and what happens when we E 11 min. 1994 HEALTH go to the doctor's office. 1993 CHILDREN'S LITERATURE Provides opportunities for hearing-impaired children to experience P,E,M,H 15 min. 1986 TO SEE AND HEAR outstanding children's literature with artistic illustration, using a method that provides vivid sensory and mental stimulation and enhances emotional maturing. 6633 CLEAN KIDS The Clean Kids are here to see that everyone stays neat, clean and P,E 15 min. 1998 healthy! They use their battery of surveillance equipment to monitor their friends in the neighborhood and to make sure that they wash their hands at the right times, that they bathe or shower regularly, and that they take care of their teeth. 4499 CPR: TO SAVE A LIFE Demonstrates the sequence of steps to save a life. Each year millions E,M,H,A 13 min. 1989 suffer heart attacks, and thousands more stop breathing due to accidents. Many victims who have died might have been saved by CPR. 311 DIFFERENT...BUT THE Shows handicapped individuals coping with disabilities in a positive E,M,H 13 min. 1986 SAME: OVERVIEW OF manner, dealing with curiosity - especially that of children, setting and DISABILITIES accomplishing goals, and becoming independent adults. 4863 DON'T TOUCH This video demonstrates to children the use of care when dealing with E,M,H 46 min. 1986 adults and abuse issues. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 26 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 3071 DR. COOPER AND HIS Investigates the negative effects of ALCOHOL. P,E,M,H 10 min. 1988 FRIENDS: ALCOHOL--THE INSIDE STORY 3069 DR. COOPER AND HIS Series features puppets, Dr. Cooper (a scientist) and his lab assistants, P,E,M,H 10 min. 1988 FRIENDS: KEEP OFF THE Martha the mouse and Melvin the dog. Together they investigate the GRASS negative effects of MARIJUANA. 3070 DR. COOPER AND HIS Investigates the negative effects of ALCOHOL. P,E,M,H 10 min. 1988 FRIENDS: NEVER LISTEN TO A BOTTLE 3072 DR. COOPER AND HIS Investigates the negative effects of INHALANTS, PAINT THINNER P,E,M,H 10 min. 1988 FRIENDS: NOTHING TO AND GLUE. SNIFF AT 50147 EAR Detailed model of the human ear. Budget giant ear model has three E,M,H Ear Mod 2002 dissectible parts and forty labeled structures. 2002 EATING DISORDERS: THE Describes the various disorders and gives concrete advice on how to E,M,H 20 min. 1986 SLENDER TRAP avoid the afflictions, how to notice preliminary signs of problems in oneself and others and how to halt them once they've begun. Examines why people fall prey to these diseases and the role the victim's family plays. 6328 EIGHT STRATEGIES TO A look at the safeguards that we can use to prevent the spread of E 28 min. 1997 PREVENT THE SPREAD OF infection. INFECTION 2049 EXPECTATIONS: A STORY Follows the stories of two children who are each trying to cope with E,M 22 min. 1986 ABOUT STRESS pressures from family situations. Their stories intertwine in a hard- hitting conclusion. The open-ended story is designed to encourage discussion about what causes stress, physical symptoms, and methods of dealing with stress. 50146 EYE MODEL Budget Whopper Eye Model has Seven Dissectible Parts, Top of eye E,M,H Eye Mod 2001 (not shown), Vitreous body, Bottom of eye model,Lens,Iris and Cornea. 1185 EYES An introduction to how the eye works and how the human eye differs E,M,H 14 min. from eyes of animals, fish, and insects. Provides the experience of seeing the world through the eyes of different creatures. 6464 EYES: BRIGHT AND SAFE Explains to children about eyes, their various parts and the functions of P,E 15 min. 1994 each. Rhymes help show how to protect your eyes, what to do in case of an injury, proper lighting for reading and getting enough food and rest. 6187 FAST FOOD! WHAT'S IN IT This program provides a realistic look at the impact "fast food" has on E,M,H 16 min. 1996 FOR YOU? the bodies of young consumers. 1263 FIRST AID FOR CHILDREN Shows primary-grade children how to take care of themselves in a P,E 11 min. 1977 minor emergency until a responsible adult arrives. 6425 FITNESS FOR GOOD In this program, viewers join the young heroine, Jackie, as she accepts E,M 10 min. 1994 HEALTH her teacher's exciting fitness challenge: to become her own fitness hero. 6572 FIVE A DAY FOR BETTER This plan present a diet developed by the U.S. Department of E,M,H 13 min. 1996 NUTRITION Agriculture. 6188 FOOD AND GROWTH (2ND This program describes the process of digestion. E,M,H 11 min. 1996 EDITION) 3432 FOOD: FROM FARM TO Shows the path that food takes as it moves from farmlands to the dinner P,E 13 min. 1988 CITY table. The production and uses of milk products and grain are presented to show the massive efforts made to feed our country. 613 FRIENDS Stresses that social support networks, i.e.... friendships, are as important E,M,H,A 9 min. 1981 as other personal lifestyle behaviors in promoting better mental and physical health. Research is given recognizing the importance of personal relationships on well-being. Life situations are presented. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 27 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 6526 GERM FIGHTING WITH Harv and Marv learn from Dr. Webster that germs are one of microbe, P,E 14 min. 1995 HARV AND MARV how germs get into our bodies, and how our bodies defend against them as well as the related importance of practicing good health habits. 6716 GOODBODIES: PROGRAMS (1) Invaders - Learn about harmful germs and how to stay protected. (2) P,E 45 min. 1999 1, 2, 3 Yum - Celebrate good food and learn how to eat properly by using the INVADERS; YUM, SOAP food pyramid as a guide. (3) Soap - Get the scoop on cleanliness, discover the variety of different soaps and learn how they work to clean. 6717 GOODBODIES: PROGRAMS (4) Smile - Gain understanding of the value of good dental hygiene. (5) P,E 45 min. 1999 4, 5, 6 Help - Find out where to turn in different emergency situations. (6) SMILE; HELP; MOVE Move - Celebrate all kinds of body movements. Discover why you can never sit "completely still." 6718 GOODBODIES: PROGRAMS (7) Up - Learn how your bones and muscles form the inner framework P,E 30 min. 1999 7, 8 of your body. (8) Feelings - Explore feelings from many angles - UP; FEELINGS through mask making, drumming and body language. 6719 GOODBODIES: PROGRAMS (9) Senses (Look/Hear) - Explore the five main senses: sight, hearing, P,E 30 min. 1999 9, 10 smell, taste and tough, and learn how "different ones allow different SENSES; SAFE parts of the world in." (10) Safe - Learn that injuries will happen to everyone from time to time, but many can be prevented with proper safety practices. 51011 GOOFY OVER DENTAL Teaches young children the need for consistent dental care and uses E 14 min. 1990 HEALTH Goofy to demonstrate good dental care. 51012 GOOFY'S HYGIENE GAME Goofy guides two skeptical children through a board game on hygiene E 11 min. 1990 through the use of the children's television. 6254 GROWING UP! FOR BOYS This program provides the basics of male human anatomy. E,M,H 15 min. 6255 GROWING UP! FOR GIRLS This program looks at the female body and how its many parts E,M,H 15 min. function. 51026 GUIDE DOGS FOR THE Describes how guide dogs are raised and trained to work with their E,M,H 18 min. 1990 BLIND blind partners. 4932 HAVE A HEALTHY BABY: This program looks at parents-to-be and emphasizes the needs of the E,M 23 min. 1994 PREGNANCY mother; her health and the baby's. 4123 HEALTH: BODY AND MIND Explores the role of proper diet, regular exercise and emotional stability E,M,H 19 min. 1982 SERIES: HEALTH: THE in achieving and maintaining good health. Also helps young people INSIDE STORY understand that they don't have to develop at the same rate and in the same ways as their friends to be normal. 4454 HEALTH: EAR Explains to children that germs live in dirt, carry disease, and can be P,E 9 min. 1982 washed away as part of one's personal cleanliness habits. 1260 HEALTH: YOUR SENSES Emphasizes to children that their senses protect them and they must P,E 8 min. 1984 AND THEIR CARE take good care of them. 6251 HEALTHY TEETH This video promotes good oral hygiene habits. E,M 11 min. 4476 HOW DOES THE HUMAN Explains the vital process of how digestion separates the nutrients from E,M 7 min. 1990 BODY USE FOOD? food. Describes the kind of foods we need to live. Provides activities to help students understand the subject of digestion. Explains the four food groups. 2122 HUGH MCCABE: THE Documents Coach McCabe's thoughts, emotions and physical condition E,M,H,A 18 min. 1987 COACH'S FINAL LESSON as cancer, caused by smoking, progresses through the last year of his life. A single parent who uses his condition as his final lesson, to show students and adults the results of smoking. 3516 I'M NO FOOL AS A Teaches the "safety first" approach to crossing the street with this P,E 15 min. 1988 PEDESTRIAN (NEW ED.) update classic featuring Gepetto and Pinocchio on a lesson-laden trip to the park. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 28 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 791 INSIDE STORY OF SLIM Shows what can be done to keep healthy and ready to enjoy life. E 15 min. GOODBODY: DOWN, Features a giant set of teeth and a re-enactment of pioneer Doctor DOWN, DOWN William Beaumont's observations of digestion. Teaching manual is available for this program. Consult the ITV Science Resource Guide. 861 INSIDE STORY OF SLIM Shows what can be done to keep healthy and ready to enjoy life. E 15 min. GOODBODY: LITTLE Explores the electrical and chemical partnership between the brain and GIANTS the endocrine system. Teaching manual is available for this program. Consult the ITV Science Resource Guide. 790 INSIDE STORY WITH SLIM Shows what can be done to keep healthy and ready to enjoy life. Shows E 15 min. GOODBODY: BREATH OF how breathing works by using giant models of the diaphragm and LIFE lungs. Shows respiration and circulation at work together. Teaching manual is available for this program. Consult the ITV Science Resource Guide. 789 INSIDE STORY WITH SLIM Shows what can be done to keep healthy and ready to enjoy life. Takes E 15 min. GOODBODY: LUBBA a tour of the circulatory system. Features the slow and fast heartbeats in DUBBA animals and children. Teaching manual is available for this program. Consult the ITV Science Resource Guide. 615 INSIDE STORY WITH SLIM Explains how the immune system fights and overcomes most diseases E 15 min. 1988 GOODBODY: PROTECTION which attack the body, and how AIDS attacks and defeats the immune AGAINST INFECTIONS-- system. Tells what does and does not cause AIDS. AIDS 794 INSIDE STORY WITH SLIM Shows what can be done to keep healthy and ready to enjoy life. Uses E 15 min. GOODBODY: models to show how the eye, ear, nose, mouth, and skin work with the SENSATIONAL FIVE brain to keep us in touch with the world. Teaching manual is available for this program. Consult the ITV Science Resource Guide. 793 INSIDE STORY WITH SLIM Shows what can be done to keep healthy to enjoy life. Illustrates the E 15 min. GOODBODY: SMART PARTS major brain regions and how impulses flash through the nervous system. Teaching manual is available for this program. Consult the ITV Science Resource Guide. 792 INSIDE STORY WITH SLIM Shows what can be done to keep healthy and ready to enjoy life. Shows E 15 min. GOODBODY: TEAM THAT different types of bones, joints, and muscles. Teaching manual is HUSTLES available for this program. Consult the ITV Science Resource Guide. 1907 INSIDE/OUT: A SENSE OF States that all of our senses heighten our joy. E 15 min. 1986 JOY 1878 INSIDE/OUT: BECAUSE IT'S Demonstrates that winning isn't everything. E 15 min. 1986 FUN 1891 INSIDE/OUT: BREAKUP Explores how divorce can arouse children's confusion and fears. THIS E 15 min. 1986 VIDEO CONTAINS SENSITIVE MATERIAL AND TEACHERS SHOULD PREVIEW BEFORE SHOWING. 1893 INSIDE/OUT: BROTHERS Shows how sibling rivalry can upset the whole family. E 15 min. 1986 AND SISTERS 1898 INSIDE/OUT: BULLY Illustrates how coping with a bully takes skill. E 15 min. 1986 1899 INSIDE/OUT: BUT THEY Illustrates how humiliation and failure happen to everyone. E 15 min. 1986 MIGHT LAUGH 1887 INSIDE/OUT: BUY AND BUY Demonstrates that it's hard to resist pressures to buy. E 15 min. 1986 1890 INSIDE/OUT: CAN DO-- Demonstrates that it's not easy to accept our abilities and limitations. E 15 min. 1986 CAN'T DO 1888 INSIDE/OUT: CAN I HELP? Explores how really helping people can be different. E 15 min. 1986 1901 INSIDE/OUT: DONNA Illustrates how learning to accept oneself brings dignity. E 15 min. 1986 1895 INSIDE/OUT: GETTING Examines how revenge may arise from rejection. E 15 min. 1986 EVEN Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 29 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 1885 INSIDE/OUT: HOME SWEET Examines how mistreatment may be real or imagined. E 15 min. 1986 HOME 1879 INSIDE/OUT: HOW DO YOU Demonstrates how people show their feelings in different ways. E 15 min. 1986 SHOW? 1905 INSIDE/OUT: I DARE YOU Examines how personal beliefs and group pressure can clash. E 15 min. 1986 1896 INSIDE/OUT: I WANT TO Illustrates how children may want to do more than adults permit. E 15 min. 1986 1904 INSIDE/OUT: IN MY Examines how death brings out many feelings. THIS VIDEO E 15 min. 1986 MEMORY CONTAINS SENSITIVE MATERIAL AND TEACHERS SHOULD PREVIEW BEFORE SHOWING. 1886 INSIDE/OUT: JEFF'S Examines how being alone isn't always bad. E 15 min. 1986 COMPANY 1883 INSIDE/OUT: JUST JOKING Examines jokes that can get out of hand. E 15 min. 1986 1903 INSIDE/OUT: JUST ONE Examines how we all must be committed to a sane environment. E 15 min. 1986 PLACE 1889 INSIDE/OUT: LIVING WITH Examines how emotions arise even if we are loved or not loved. E 15 min. 1986 LOVE 1900 INSIDE/OUT: LOST IS A States how new situations can be threatening. E 15 min. 1986 FEELING 1892 INSIDE/OUT: LOVE, SUSAN Illustrates how even loving parents and children can misunderstand each E 15 min. 1986 other. 1881 INSIDE/OUT: MUST I--MAY Explains how freedom and responsibility do not come easily. E 15 min. 1986 I? 1894 INSIDE/OUT: SOMEONE Explores how crushes on adults are a normal part of growth. THIS E 15 min. 1986 SPECIAL VIDEO CONTAINS SENSITIVE MATERIAL AND TEACHERS SHOULD PREVIEW BEFORE SHOWING. 1880 INSIDE/OUT: STRONG Illustrates how strong emotions affect our bodies. E 15 min. 1986 FEELINGS 1882 INSIDE/OUT: TRAVELIN' Illustrates how moving to a new home produces mixed feelings. E 15 min. 1986 SHOES 1897 INSIDE/OUT: WHEN IS Examines how asking for help is not easy. E 15 min. 1986 HELP? 1906 INSIDE/OUT: YES, I CAN Demonstrates how independent actions produce self esteem. E 15 min. 1986 1902 INSIDE/OUT: YOU BELONG Stresses how we are entwined with all parts of the environment. E 15 min. 1986 6539 IT'S ABOUT FOOD! Real teens proclaim benefits of eating breakfast, drinking milk instead E,M,H 30 min. 1998 ADOLESCENTS AND TEEN of soda, having fruit and veggie snacks. Cartoon encourages 1% or skim NUTRITION milk instead of whole. Doctor shows "fatty blood" and removal of atherosclerosis in open heart surgery (teens love it!). Healthy adaptations of fast food meals are offered. 6541 IT'S ABOUT FOOD! Breastfeeding women discussing joys and barriers to breastfeeding. E,M,H 30 min. 1998 BREASTFEEDING FOR Lactation counselors coaching new breastfeeding moms step-by-step in STAFF TRAINING & hospital. PATIENT ED. 6545 IT'S ABOUT FOOD! CHILD Cartoon promotes breakfast, muppet-style monkey encourages healthy P,E 30 min. 1998 NUTRITION I. snacks, encourages skim milk or 1% but stresses whole milk for children under age 2. Encourages parents to get involved with school breakfast/lunch. Real high school kids discuss improved sports and academic performance using the Food Guide Pyramid in High Five for a Healthy You. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 30 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 6540 IT'S ABOUT FOOD! Prevention of dental problems, feeding toddlers, food safety with bottles E,M,H 30 min. 1998 INFANTS AND TODDLERS and outside the home. Song: "Come on be a Five-a-Day-Kid" promotes fruits and veggies to wide-eyed preschoolers. 6543 IT'S ABOUT FOOD! Segments instruct kids and adults in the choice and preparation of foods, E,M,H 120 min. 1998 NUTRITION FOR THE instruct parents in appropriate feeding practices for kids and encourage FAMILY viewers to make healthy food and life style choices. 1454 JASPER'S HOSPITAL VISIT Teaches about hospitals, feelings, and how to ask questions. Children P,E,M 20 min. will be able to identify with the puppet, Jasper, who goes to the hospital to get his tonsils out. 51038 JUST LIKE YOU This video discusses health issues. E 28 min. 1992 4838 JUST LIKE YOU AND ME Introduces four young individuals who currently have Epilepsy, shows E,M,H 21:30 mi 1990 their seizures, explains the impact of the disorder on their lives and how their families, friends and schools assist them in leading normal lives. 6598 KIDS NEXT DOOR The 5 children in Kids Next Door all have hopes and dreams for the E,M,H 17 min. 1997 future; they also are all infected with the HIV virus. These children are between 9 and 13 years old, ethnically diverse and live in a variety of family situations. 1261 LICE: ARE NOT NICE Explains what lice are, how they are transported, the symptoms, and P,E,M,H 11 min. 1984 how to get rid of them. 6186 LOOK BEFORE YOU EAT This program looks at the relationship between what we eat and our E,M,H 22 min. 1996 health. 216 LOOK INSIDE YOURSELF "4431"...a magic clue...why breakfast?...digestion. The Mulligan's rock E 30 min. 1974 music and songs beat out why "ya gotta eat breakfast." A high school girl is no longer "uptight" and gets lots of dates, while her brother again becomes a star athlete after being revived. 2530 LOOKING GOOD Focuses on adolescents and adults with special development needs. E,M,H,A 19 min. 1986 Examines the importance of personal grooming habits such as bathing, brushing hair. 4885 MCGRUFF ON DANGEROUS McGruff and his nephew Scruff are concerned about the disappearance P,E 15 min. 1994 STRANGERS of a neighborhood child. In this video, they discuss what a "stranger" is, and review practical ways children can stay safe. 1474 MCGRUFF'S DRUG ABUSE The kit includes "No Show Video; audio cassette, "Smart Kids;" and P,E 22 min. 1989 PREVENTION KIT other written materials. The video is partially animated, discusses the "just say no" theme, and shows options to taking drugs. 51010 MICKEY MOUSE: SAFETY In an entertaining courtroom dream, Mickey demonstrates the proper P,E 16 min. 1990 BELT EXPERT way to wear a safety belt and a variety of people are shown buckling up, such as fire fighters and astronauts. A lively original song encourages students to buckle up. 51009 MICKEY'S SAFETY CLUB: Fourteen-year-old Jack phones his friend, Jeff to describe "the weirdest E 16 min. 1990 WHAT TO DO AT HOME day" of his life. Jack was babysitting his sister when they were whisked to Mickey Mouse's safety clubhouse. 51017 MIRROR, MIRROR Describes the story of a ten-year-old boy and his plight with his peer E 16 min. 1990 group for acceptance and the contribution of an innovative teacher to change his self-esteem. We see josh go from an unappreciated person to his recog- nition that he can change his world.. 2529 NEAT IN THE STREET Focuses on adolescents and adults with special education needs. E,M,H,A 18 min. 1986 Encourages attention to appearance of clothes. 3475 PHYSICAL FITNESS Explains how being physically fit improves the quality of studying, E 13 min. 1988 working and playing in the areas of cardio-respiratory endurance, flexibility, muscle strength and endurance and body composition. 6417 ROAD WE TAKE: KIDS Helps children understand what AIDS is and how it is transmitted. E,M,H 20 min. 1997 GROWING UP IN THE SHADOW OF AIDS Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 31 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 4862 SAVING A GENERATION, Program 1: Overcoming obstacles. Teachers in four communities E,M,H 56 min. 1990 PROGRAMS 1 & 2 demonstrate their success. Program 2: Techniques that work. Effective strategies for teaching HIV prevention in grades 4-12. 50144 SKELETON Detailed model of the human skeleton. 34'' tall E,M,H,A Model 2001 3542 SMOKELESS TOBACCO: Presents the real dangers of smokeless tobacco based on the true story E,M,H 16 min. 1988 THE SEAN MARSEE STORY of Sean Marsee, a high school track star and habitual user of snuff, who died of oral cancer at 19. Interviews a mouth and throat specialist who describes stages and symptoms of oral cancer and Johnnie Johnson, L.A. Ram defensive player, who talks about the addictive quality of snuff. 51016 SONGS FOR US: This entertaining live-action music video program for young children is P,E 10 min. 1990 APPRECIATING comprised of three original songs. Each song teaches children to value DIFFERENCES people of different ages, races, sexes, sizes, etc. 51020 SOOPER PUPPY (SELF- The most important ingredient of self-esteem is liking yourself. Being E 19 min. 1990 ESTEEM) your "own best friend" allows you to feel special and helps you say "no" to things that would make you feel bad. 4892 SOOPER PUPPY: DRINK, This program looks at refusal skills and how children can acquire them. E 15 min. 1994 DRANK, DRUNK Also a candid look at those individuals that would encourage children to drink and how to avoid their influences. 51021 SOOPER PUPPY: ONCE Describes the Sooper Puppy and his friends as they explore the E,M 20 min. 1990 UPON A FEELING spectrum of human feelings, identifying them and their effects on the lives of children. 51022 SOOPER PUPPY: WORDS Describes to children the importance of self-esteem, understanding E,M 19 min. 1990 CAN HURT emotions, controlling "hurtful" anger and respecting the feelings of other people. 2014 SPECIAL CARE: INSIDE A Shows the behind-the-scenes at one of America's most prominent P,E 18 min. 1986 CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL children's hospitals. Children are made aware of all facets of hospital care and how it could affect them personally. 4763 STANDARD FIRST AID Demonstrates first aid techniques in: mouth to mouth breathing, E,M,H,A 117 min. 1990 pressure points, tourniquets, bandages, splints for broken bones, emergency rescue, and emergency carriers. 6259 SUN SENSE The sun can pose a real threat to those who don't practice sun sense. E,M,H 10 min. 50059 TEACHING THE ABC'S OF Transparencies on the health effects of smoking. E,M,H,A 1995 SMOKING 50140 TEETH Giant Dental Care Model of human Teeth and touthbrush P,E,M,H Model 2001 51013 TEETH ARE FOR CHEWING Demonstrates the different types of teeth, from human, to the animals. P,E 14 min. 1990 Discusses the different purposes each is designed and used for. 6214 THE CLEAN CLUB This program looks at basic skin care and the removal of germs. P,E 15 min. 1996 3007 THE CURRENT CRISIS IN Features C. Everett Koop, M.D., the Surgeon General of the United E,M,H,A 20 min. 1987 AIDS** States, who explains key parts of the history and facts of AIDS. 1171 THE FACTS OF LICE This film helps dispel anxieties and myths about head lice, and includes E,M,H,A 14 min. the step by step control and treatment of head lice infestations. 1940 THE HUMAN MACHINE Portrays the greatest machine of all, the human machine. Explores the E,M,H,A 15 min. 1986 skeletal system, coordination of muscular and skeletal systems, digestive and assimilation system, and the nervous system. 6629 THE IMMUNE SYSTEM: This program explains certain malfunctions to the immune system, E,M 10 min. 1998 OUR INTERNAL DEFENDER including allergic responses and auto-immune disorders, and the concept of rejection. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 32 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 51014 THE JAMIE FORT STORY (A Jamie Fort is a typical, happy 10 year old until a fire breaks out in her E 31 min. 1990 PROGRAM ABOUT SELF- bedroom and she is very badly burned. Jamie's mother takes her to the ESTEEM) Galveston Shriners Burn Institute in Texas. The story details her adjustments both physically and mentaly to her peer group when she returns to school. 51019 THE POWER OF NO: THE The Power of No: The Wizard Returns speaks directly to young E 23 min. 1990 WIZARD RETURNS viewers. It offers practical advice about alcohol, relationships with alcoholic family members, and emphasizes the importance of self esteem. 6679 THE SKELETON Uses animated drawings to illustrate the composition, growth, E,M,H 17 min. 1998 movement and function of the human skeleton. Explains the importance of proper food and posture in correct bone development. 6428 THE SNEEZE: HOW GERMS This engaging computer-animated demonstration of how germs are P,E,M 3 min. 1994 AS SPREAD spread will make hand washing an unforgettable necessity in the mind of viewers. 51007 THE WONDERS OF LIFE: Animated Captain Cortex presents the animated bones and muscles of E 13 min. 1990 THE BONES AND MUSCLES bashful sixth grader at his first dance. GET RHYTHM 51008 THE WONDERS OF LIFE; Captain Cortx A introduces the animated heart, lungs and circulatory E 11 min. 1990 THE HEART AND LUNGS system of sixth grader Jessica, who wishes to join a boys baseball PLAY BALL team. 51018 THINK IT THROUGH WITH Positive self-image and getting along with others are some of the skills E,M 15 min. 1990 WINNIE THE POOH, ONE promoted in this charming adventure. The viewer learns with Winnie AND ONLY YOU the Pooh to value yourself, the importance of communication in developing interpersonal skills and respecting the feelings of others. 51001 THIS IS YOU: THE HUMAN In the magical World of Books, where anything can happen, Pinocchio P,E 9 min. 1990 ANIMAL is peering into Cleo's fish bowl. Suddenly, he decides that it would be great fun to be a fish like Cleo or some other animal..a turtle, a bird or a even a lion. 5100 THIS IS YOU: THE LIVING In the Living Machine, Pinocchio, now a live boy, is in the library P,E 14 min. 1990 MACHINE surrounded by books. His thirst for knowledge is unquenchable and his mission is to learn how things work. 51005 THIS IS YOU: YOU AND Students in a library doing research on hearing receive their answers E 13 min. 1990 YOUR EARS from an animate Jiminy Cricket. 51006 THIS IS YOU: YOU AND Students researching vision in a library encounter Jiminy Cricket with E 14 min. 1990 YOUR EYES the answers they seek. 51002 THIS IS YOU: YOU AND In "You and Your Five Senses" Pinocchio has become a real boy and is P,E 13 min. 1992 YOUR FIVE SENSES awkwardly searching for knowledge in the library. 51003 THIS IS YOU: YOU AND In the school library, students Mark and Caitlyn are assigned to create a P,E 13 min. 1990 YOUR SENSE OF TOUCH bulletin board display on the sense of touch and are not sure where to begin. 4457 THUMBS UP FOR KIDS: Shows Ruby Peterson, a former "Romper Room" teacher, interact with a E 13 min. 1990 AIDS EDUCATION small group of children while teaching about disease prevention in general, and Aids. 3462 TRULY EXCEPTIONAL Born with one arm, Carol Johnston nevertheless became a champion E,M,H,A 16 min. 1988 PEOPLE: CAROL JOHNSTON gymnast. This moving film includes footage of both the private Carol coping with college life and the public Carol, performing in a nationally televised competition. 3460 TRULY EXCEPTIONAL The two eldest Osmond Brothers live fulfilled lives despite speech and E,M,H 15 min. 1988 PEOPLE: TOM AND VIRL hearing handicaps. Shows them at home and at work. They share their OSMOND thoughts on personal initiative, mutual consideration and family commitment. 3543 VD ATTACK PLAN** Presents the basic facts about VD and answers questions young students E,M,H 14 min. 1988 want and need to know about sexuality transmitted diseases. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 33 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 3320 VEGETABLE SOUP #50-- Real People: Nigel E 15 min. 1988 WHAT IS BLOOD? 6257 WASH THOSE HANDS Designed for all ages, this live-action video presents concise P,E,M,H 10 min. information about basic information about basic human hygiene. 3178 WE ALL COME TO Uses original interviews, photographs, prints, engravings, motion E,M,H,A 55 min. 1987 AMERICA pictures and drawings to tell the stirring story of millions of people who left their homeland to travel to America and an unknown future. 6256 WE'RE GROWING UP! Designed for a combined audience of girls and boys this live action E,M,H 12 min. video presents essential information in an upbeat fashion. 768 WELL, WELL, WELL: For description see Well, Well, Well: Food Power. E 15 min. 1984 CLEAN POWER 777 WELL, WELL, WELL: For description see Well, Well, Well: Food Power. E 15 min. 1984 EMERGENCIES 769 WELL, WELL, WELL: For description see Well, Well, Well: Food Power. E 15 min. 1984 EXERCISE TO ENERGIZE 771 WELL, WELL, WELL: For description see Well, Well, Well: Food Power. E 15 min. 1984 FEELING GOOD 767 WELL, WELL, WELL: FOOD Slim Goodbody shows children in primary grades how they can take E 15 min. 1984 POWER part in protecting, maintaining and improving their own good health. This series blends solid content about healthful living with songs, dances, and on-location segments. 766 WELL, WELL, WELL: GO, For description see Well, Well, Well: Food Power. E 15 min. 1984 GROW, GROW 776 WELL, WELL, WELL: PLAY For description see Well, Well, Well: Food Power. E 15 min. 1984 IT SAFE 770 WELL, WELL, WELL: RELAX For description see Well, Well, Well: Food Power. E 15 min. 1984 775 WELL, WELL, WELL: For description see Well, Well, Well: Food Power. E 15 min. 1984 SAFETY COUNTS 772 WELL, WELL, WELL: For description see Well, Well, Well: Food Power. E 15 min. 1984 SHARING YOUR WORLD 765 WELL, WELL, WELL: For description see Well, Well, Well: Food Power. E 15 min. 1984 WELLNESS 774 WELL, WELL, WELL: YOU For description see Well, Well, Well: Food Power. E 15 min. 1984 ARE SPECIAL 3776 WHAT IS AIDS? Presents two 12 year olds talking about how the body fights a virus, E 16 min. 1988 explained in the analogy of a baseball game, and how Aids can enter the boy through sex and the use of contaminated needles. (PREVENTIVE MEASURES ARE NOT DESCRIBED TO THE AGE GROUP.) 3458 WHY BE PHYSICALLY FIT? Shows students how being fit can help them have more energy, look E 12 min. 1988 better, feel better and cope with stress. Illustrates the effect physical fitness has on the heart, lungs, joints, tendons, muscular and cardio- respiratory systems. 3042 WOMEN AND SMOKING Shows that women who smoke are at risk to lung cancer, circulatory E,M,H,A 15 min. 1987 and cardiac damage, and the potential risk to their unborn children. 51004 YOU AND YOUR SENSE OF Describes two students in a library looking for information on the senses E 15 min. 1990 SMELL/TASTE of smell and taste and provides an animated Jiminy Cricket with the answers. 981 YOU ARE GROWING DAY Illustrates and describes physical and emotional changes in growing up, P,E 9 min. BY DAY (2ND EDITION) while pointing out the ways youngsters themselves can ensure their own healthy growth. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 34 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 4348 YOUR CHOICE...OUR Follows a day with 10 year old Rod and Diane. Ron gets around in a E,M 15 min. 1989 CHANCE #1: I THINK I AM-- wheelchair. Diane expresses very negative feelings about herself and SELF CONCEPT acts accordingly. 4357 YOUR CHOICE...OUR Shows Deborah faced with the moral dilemma of choosing to model in a E,M 15 min. 1989 CHANCE #10: THE BIG national cigarette advertising campaign which will encourage mainly BREAK young people to smoke, or to refuse and miss a marvelous opportunity to further her career. 4349 YOUR CHOICE...OUR Describes the stressful condition of 12 year James caused by a recent E,M 15 min. 1989 CHANCE #2: DECISIONS divorce, his mother's long work hours, his father's departure from town, AND ACTIONS and his responsibilities to care for his younger brother. 4350 YOUR CHOICE...OUR Shows how a family attending a school health fair discover through test E,M 15 min. 1989 CHANCE #3: LIKE YOU-- that the father is in the first stage of heart disease caused by an improper DAD'S WELLNESS diet and lack of exercise. The three preteen age children conspire with the mother to take the father on a camping trip to start him on the road to recovery. 4351 YOUR CHOICE...OUR Describes Eric an 11 year old with Hemophilia who denies his disability E,M 15 min. 1989 CHANCE #4: RISK FACTORS and constantly takes unusual risks to prove he's like everyone else. 4352 YOUR CHOICE...OUR Lenora and friend Karen, both 12, meet Karen's 14 year old brother and E,M 15 min. 1989 CHANCE #5: THANKS...BUT a number of his friends at the mall. Among them is Michelle, NO THANKS sophisticated and not above shoplifting, smoking or drinking Vodka. 4353 YOUR CHOICE...OUR Jeff, who is 11, learns from Darren that several boys on the baseball E,M 15 min. 1989 CHANCE #6: GOOD team are pressuring others to dip snuff. Jeff confides in his older sister, PRACTICE TODAY-- who puts him through a tough practice in the way to say "NO"! REFUSAL SKILLS 4354 YOUR CHOICE...OUR Describes the separate courses the lives two recently transplanted sisters E,M 15 min. 1989 CHANCE #7: SISTER, take in a new environment. Alicia learns the joy of working toward a SISTER--HEALTH goal, a bike; and her sister Sophia falls into drug use and stealing to ENHANCING BEHAVIORS support her habit. A confrontation finds the two sisters at odds over Sophia's theft of Alicia's bike money and bike. 4355 YOUR CHOICE...OUR Explains the changes in the life of 11 year old Theresa after a family E,M 15 min. 1989 CHANCE #8: FITTING IN move, a change in school and friends. Shows her facing peer group STRESS pressure to accept marijuana as a substitute for the family support and love she craves. The program ends with the matter unresolved. 4356 YOUR CHOICE...OUR Introduces two 12 year olds and the struggle one of them, Brad, has with E,M 15 min. 1989 CHANCE #9: A FRIEND alcohol abuse. J.D., the other boy, decides to find help by confiding in INDEED their teacher. History/Social Science 1582 A CHILD'S WORLD Why are children hungry in today's world? Charming puppets answer E 9 min. 1987 the child's query. 1928 A GLORIOUS SYSTEM OF Shows modern audiences their colonial counterparts' response to the E,M,H,A 60 min. 1986 THINGS wonder of science. 6200 A LITTLE REBELLION NOW A look at the life of the American people after the American revolution E,M 30 min. 1996 AND THEN: PROLOGUE TO and many of the points of view on that time in our history. THE CONSTITUTION 6234 A MAGICAL FIELD TRIP TO Viewers are swept away on a field trip to the United States Geological E 19 min. 1991 THE MAP MAKER Survey. 10047 A WALK THROUGH TIME: Presents a teleconference workshop demonstrating the discovery of gold E,M 90 min. 1990 CALIFORNIA'S GOLD in Placer County and its effect on that locality and the whole state of COUNTRY PAST & PRESENT California. 2393 A WEEK IN THE LIFE OF A Presents an overview of a week in the life of fourteen-year- old high E,M,H,A 24 min. 1987 MEXICAN STUDENT school student Xavier Sierra, who goes to work each day before school to earn money for his schooling. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 35 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 1931 A WILLIAMSBURG Presents the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation in a cross section of its E,M,H,A 29 min. 1986 SAMPLER many appeals; history, architecture, crafts, music, gardens and furnishings of the restored town. 2334 ACORNS: STAPLE FOOD TO Presents the staple food of acorns, in the form of bread, mush and soup, E,M,H,A 28 min. 1986 CALIFORNIA INDIANS as staple food for three-fourths of the California Indian population. 1673 ACROSS CULTURES #1: Features an urban family and the pattern of their daily life. E,M,H 15 min. 1986 MEET THE JAPANESE FAMILY 1682 ACROSS CULTURES #10: Explores the impact of modern communication systems on three E,M,H,A 15 min. 1986 COMMUNICATION AND cultures--Japan, Mexico and the Ivory Coast. CULTURAL CHANGE 1683 ACROSS CULTURES #11: Illustrates the ways people of the world rely upon and share with each E,M,H 15 min. 1986 SHARING IDEAS, GOODS other. AND SERVICES 1684 ACROSS CULTURES #12: Focuses on Global Economics interdependence; the complex effects of E,M,H 15 min. 1986 GLOBAL TRENDS AND trade, importing and exporting on cultures. CULTURAL CHANGE 1685 ACROSS CULTURES #13: Characterizes how the people featured in the series feel about their own E,M,H 15 min. 1986 CULTURES IN THE futures and the future of their culture group. TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY 1674 ACROSS CULTURES #2: Features highly self-sufficient village people at work and play. E,M,H 15 min. 1986 MEET THE TARAHUMARA FAMILY 1675 ACROSS CULTURES #3: Illustrates what life is like in an Ivory Coast village, its independence E,M,H 15 min. 1986 MEET THE BAOULE and interdependence. FAMILY 1676 ACROSS CULTURES #4: Portrays how each culture uses resources to meet its needs and how E,M,H 15 min. 1986 PROVIDING FOR FAMILY needs vary from culture to culture. Introduces the idea of world NEEDS interdependence. 1677 ACROSS CULTURES #5: THE Shows the very different ways the three cultures use and respond to E,M,H 15 min. 1986 INFLUENCE OF THE their environment. ENVIRONMENT 1678 ACROSS CULTURES #6: Introduces the religions practiced in the three cultures and shows how E,M,H 15 min. 1986 RELIGION AS A WAY OF their religion incorporates respect for ancestors and a code of behavior LIFE for daily living. 1679 ACROSS CULTURES #7: Illustrates that routines, rituals and artistic expression reflect the nature E,M 15 min. 1986 CULTURAL of a culture. TRANSMISSION: THE ROLE OF FAMILY AND COMMUNITY 1680 ACROSS CULTURES #8: Focuses on education in the three cultures: formal schooling away from E,M 15 min. 1986 CULTURAL TRANSMISSION home and informal training in the family and community. SCHOOLING 1681 ACROSS CULTURES #9: Shows the universal appeal of game playing and competition and its E,M,H 15 min. 1986 SPORTS, SOCIETY AND role in the three cultures. SELF 6681 AFRICA: LAND AND Close-up look at Africa's geographical regions and her people. E,M,H 24 min. 1999 PEOPLE 3620 ALASKA Provides a thorough overview of the climate, geography, industry, E,M,H,A 28 min. 1988 recreation, transportation and history of America's 49th state. 2167 AMERICA AND THE Examines the years 1945-1952 from the jubilation of VJ Day to the E,M,H,A 54 min. 1986 WORLD SINCE WORLD shocking Rosenberg Trial. WAR II--VOLUME 1 Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 36 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 2168 AMERICA AND THE Examines the years 1953-1960 from the invention of television to the E,M,H,A 54 min. 1986 WORLD SINCE WORLD first steps into space. WAR II--VOLUME 2 2169 AMERICA AND THE Examines the years 1961-1975 from the Kennedy era to the final United E,M,H,A 54 min. 1986 WORLD SINCE WORLD States withdrawal from Vietnam. WAR II--VOLUME 3 2170 AMERICA AND THE Examines the years 1976-1985 from America's Bicentennial Celebration E,M,H,A 54 min. 1986 WORLD SINCE WORLD to the Geneva Summit. WAR II--VOLUME 4 3269 AMERICA PAST #1--NEW Focuses on the Spanish settlement and cultural influence in territories E,M 15 min. 1988 SPAIN that eventually became part of the United States of America. 3278 AMERICA PAST #10--THE Examines the origins, development, and significance of the woman's E,M 15 min. 1988 ROLE OF WOMEN rights movement. 3279 AMERICA PAST #11-- Looks at the origins, development, and significance of the utopian E,M 15 min. 1988 UTOPIAS communities and movements. 3280 AMERICA PAST #12-- Explores the diversity and similarities in the American religious E,M 15 min. 1988 RELIGION system. 3281 AMERICA PAST #13-- Looks at characteristics of nineteenth-century American family life, E,M 15 min. 1988 SOCIAL LIFE reform movements, medical treatment, and population growth. 3282 AMERICA PAST #14-- Traces the westward movement and territorial expansion of the United E,M 15 min. 1988 MOVING WEST States of America. 2791 AMERICA PAST #15--THE Explores industrial development and ways of life in the North, and E 15 min. 1988 INDUSTRIAL NORTH comparisons with the South. 3283 AMERICA PAST #16--THE Looks at culture and society in the South, with emphasis on similarities E,M 15 min. 1988 ANTEBELLUM SOUTH and differences from the North. 3270 AMERICA PAST #2--NEW Explores the French settlement and cultural influence in territories that E,M 15 min. 1988 FRANCE became parts of the United States of America. 3271 AMERICA PAST #3-- Takes a look at the settlement and ways of life of Britain's southern E,M 15 min. 1988 SOUTHERN COLONIES colonies. 3272 AMERICA PAST #4--NEW Illustrates the settlement and culture in the New England colonies. E,M 15 min. 1988 ENGLAND COLONIES 3273 AMERICA PAST #5-- Highlights the changes in water transportation and how they affected E,M 15 min. 1988 CANALS AND regional and national development. STEAMBOATS 3274 AMERICA PAST #6--ROADS Examines the changes in land transportation and how they affected E,M 15 min. 1988 AND RAILROADS regional and national development. 3275 AMERICA PAST #7--THE Takes a look at the development of an American tradition in the fine art E,M 15 min. 1988 ARTIST'S VIEW of painting. 3276 AMERICA PAST #8--THE Explores the development of an American literary tradition. E,M 15 min. 1988 WRITER'S VIEW 3277 AMERICA PAST #9--THE Traces the origins, development, and significance of the abolitionist E,M 15 min. 1988 ABOLITIONISTS crusade against slavery. 6431 AMERICA'S NATIONAL Discover the winds, waters, forests, mountains and wildlife in 18 E,M,H 65 min. 1995 PARKS spectacular national parks that inspired Native American myths and legends. 2387 AMERICAN INDIANS: A Follows the first Americans, depicts their arrival from Asia and their P,E,M 22 min. 1987 BRIEF HISTORY dispersal throughout the New World. The film concludes with a look at many proud American Indians today. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 37 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 3523 AN ANIMATED ATLAS OF Strongman, Atlas, is the humorous animated host of this tour around the E,M 8 min. 1988 THE WORLD globe as he provides information on weather, wind, tides, storms, and general geography for each part of the world visited. 308 ANGEL OF THE Tells the life story of Barton, a strong advocate of women's rights, E,M,H,A 25 min. 1988 BATTLEFIELD: CLARA prison reform and free education. She was a field nurse as well as the BARTON founder and first president of the American Red Cross. 3583 ANIMATED ATLAS OF THE Presents an animated and humorous tour around the globe while E,M,H,A 8 min. 1988 WORLD providing accurate information on weather, wind, tides, storms and general geography for each part of the world visited. Provides an introduction to geological time and plate tectonics. 6432 ANTARTICA: AN Filmed in IMAX and seen by millions of people at IMAX and E,M,H 40 min. 1995 ADVENTURE OF A OMNIMAX theaters worldwide, "Antarctica" takes you to a continent DIFFERENT NATURE beyond your imagination. 5042 ARCTIC: THE GREAT A look at what makes a desert a desert - a lack of measurable E,M,H 19 min. WHITE DESERT rainfall. 4907 ARGENTINA This program describes three time periods in Argentina: the times of E,M,H 20 min. 1990 Juan Perron; life in the Arctic and the life in the cities of today. 5036 AUSTRALIA (THE A focused look at life in Australia today; the people, the continent and E,M,H 16 min. 1994 CHANGING FACE OF ASIA politics. SERIES) 2052 BACKGROUND OF THE Uses original drawings done from memory to illustrate; Navigation and E,M 20 min. 1986 AMERICAN Trade Acts of 1660; Britain's imposed tough new restrictions 1763- REVOLUTIONARY WAR 1770; New taxes 1767; Boston Massacre 1770; The Boston Tea Party 1773; Coercive Acts 1774; Rebellion--The Minute Men. 2054 BACKGROUND OF THE Shows heroic stand of the Minute Men at Concord and the storming of E,M 20 min. 1986 DECLARATION OF Fort Ticonderoga by Ethan Allen and his Green Mountain Boys. INDEPENDENCE 3171 BAKA: PEOPLE OF THE Presents an intimate look at the Baka tribe, a primitive hunter-gatherer E,M,H,A 60 min. 1988 FOREST society that lives in the rain forest of Southeastern Cameroon. 4840 BECOMING AMERICAN Discusses the story of one immigrant family and their personal struggles E,M,H 30 min 1988 to adapt to living in America and the residual effects of their prior lives in Thailand. 1859 BEST OF COVER TO COVER Presents an authentic picture of contemporary Indian life. E,M 15 min. 1986 II: HIGH ELKS TREASURE 963 BIKE SAFETY: MAKING Demonstrates many aspects of careful, courteous bicycle driving. P,E 15 min. THE RIGHT MOVES Teaches proper bike fit, rules for street driving, traffic hazards to watch for, and locking and registering bikes. 6171 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE A look at the forces that formed planet Earth and many aspects of its E,M 8 min. 1997 GUY: ANIMATED ATLAS OF geology. THE WORLD 2809 BLACK WINTER Depicts soldier's life and hardships during the days of the Revolutionary E,M,H,A 21 min. 1985 War. 139 BODY OF IRON, SOUL OF Explains why the Statue of Liberty was given by the people of France to E,M,H,A 15 min. FIRE the people of the United States.. and why many Americans refused to accept her. 1666 BOOKBIRD #16: LOST IN Portrays Jamie MacNair and his Cree indian brother who face survival E 15 min. 1986 THE BARRENS in the vast/desolate subarctic forests of northern Canada. 1658 BOOKBIRD #8: THE T.V. KID Portrays a lonely boy who gains a new understanding of himself/others E 15 min. 1986 after he is bitten by a rattlesnake. 3494 BOOKER Follows Booker's childhood from the 1860's when he was enslaved in E,M,H,A 40 min. 1988 the south to the years after the war when he struggled to get a formal education. He founded Tuskegee Institute in Alabama and became a leading educator and spokesman for Black Americans. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 38 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 2794 BRANCHES OF Explores how the actions of the executive branch affect people's lives E,M,H,A 22 min. 1986 GOVERNMENT: living far from Washington, D.C. EXECUTIVE BRANCH 2784 BRANCHES OF Explains that each state has its own court system, that federal and state E,M,H,A 22 min. 1985 GOVERNMENT: JUDICIAL courts are separate, and that the U.S. Supreme Court is responsible for interpreting the Constitution. 2813 BRANCHES OF Follows a congressman dealing with his local constituency, state, E,M,H,A 22 min. 1986 GOVERNMENT: political party, national interest, special interest groups, and his own LEGISLATIVE BRANCH conscience. 4906 BRAZIL This program looks at Brazil and how many contrasts of life are E,M,H 20 min. 1990 represented to the population: the cities, the Amazon and the diversity. 2298 BRAZIL, I LOVE YOU Shows that Brazil today is a racially mixed "developing nation" which E,M,H,A 13 min. 1986 offers a small elite class great wealth and the vast majority abysmal poverty. 2006 BRITAIN/IRELAND: AN Visits England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, bustling cities and quiet E,M,H,A 30 min. 1986 ADVENTURE IN PICTURES fishing villages, the Waterford Glassworks, the pageantry of Buckingham Palace and the Highland Games. 2335 BUCKEYES: FOOD OF Examines California buckeyes, or horse chestnuts, and water as E,M,H,A 13 min. 1986 CALIFORNIA INDIANS important articles of the California Indian's diet. 6333 CALIFORNIA 2000 1818 This program was filmed in historic locations and tells stories of early E,M 12 min. 1997 YEAR OF THE INSURGENTS California. 6329 CALIFORNIA 2000 MR. In the mining town of Grass Valley in 1872, the euphoria of the Gold E,M 18 min. 1997 BOURN'S GOLD PART 1: Rush is a distant memory. GIANT POWER 6330 CALIFORNIA 2000 MR. This view of Grass Valley in 1870's California shows the effects of a E,M 24 min. 1997 BOURN'S GOLD PART 2: miner's strike, and how it affects the people of the mining town. WHOLE, HALF, OR ABANDONED 6331 CALIFORNIA 2000 VOICES This video looks at the growing influx of American settlers in 1846 E,M 23 min. 1997 OF 1846 PART 1: GAVILAN California, through the eyes of the Mexican occupants of the time. PEAK 6332 CALIFORNIA 2000 VOICES A look at the "mountain men," trappers and other people and the lives E,M 22 min. 1997 OF 1846 PART 2: VALLEY they led in 1846. OF THE MOON 3428 CALIFORNIA GOLD: Based upon the personal memoirs and letters of two women who lived E,M,H 20 min. 1988 STORIES OF TWO WOMEN during the Gold Rush, this docu-drama recreates key moments from the life of a Painte Indian woman and a transported midwestern woman in the 1850's. 3565 CALIFORNIA HISTORY: ON Old Town in San Diego - Highlights the Mexican heritage of the E 20 min 1988 LOCATION: CALIFORNIA Californios Era, 1822-1848. RECUERDO 3567 CALIFORNIA HISTORY: ON The Immigration Station in San Francisco Bay--Examines the cause and E 20 min. 1988 LOCATION: ISLAND OF effects of the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882. SECRET MEMORIES 4770 CALIFORNIA HISTORY: ON A youthful 49er tells the story of boom and bust in goldmining, E 20 min. 1990 LOCATION: PORTRAITS IN examining the heritage of the California gold rush on economic GOLD attitudes. 3566 CALIFORNIA HISTORY: ON The State Capitol in Sacramento - Introduces students to the E 20 min. 1988 LOCATION: SKETCHES responsibilities of citizenship. FROM THE CAPITOL Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 39 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 6817 CALIFORNIA LEGACY 2000- A microcosm of the California experience, past and present, this film E,M,H 20 min. 1999 FOUNTAINS OF COLUMBIA depicts key events in the lives of the Leary family. The narrator, young Mary, weaves her fantasies to counter an onslaught of tragedy. The story brings to life real historical figures, opening a door to California's past that young students can walk right through. 133 CALIFORNIA'S HERITAGE Presents California's history as a continuous, living process. Focuses on E,M,H,A 16 min. four factors affecting California's growth--water, transportation and communication, industry and people. 6491 CALIFORNIA'S HERITAGE: California's 21 missions represent a Spanish and Native American cross- E 12 min. 1990 THE MISSIONS cultural heritage that remains very much alive today; also viewers learn the passed-down tradition of making a tortilla. 4919 CALIFORNIA'S HERITAGE: This program looks at the melding of the Native American and Spanish E,M,H,A 12 min. 1990 THE MISSIONS cultures as a part of the mission's story. 544 CALIFORNIA'S WHITE Shows a snow survey team at work, how snow data can now be E,M 15 min. 1978 TREASURE automatically telemetered out of the mountains and how the snow data is used in forecasting the amounts of snow melt runoff that will be available to California's water users. 3043 CANADA: ITS LAND AND Explores how the second largest country in the world has been built into E,M,H,A 25 min. 1988 ITS PEOPLE one of the most prosperous nations on earth. 2772 CAPITALISM Covers the period from the early stages of the Industrial Revolution in E,M,H,A 25 min. 1986 England to the economy of the U.S. today. 1507 CENTRAL AMERICA: AN Introduces the Central American region and highlights each of the seven E,M,H,A 28 min. 1985 INTRODUCTION countries while noting the similarities and differences. 2136 CENTRAL AMERICA: Examines the complex history and the current turmoil that has propelled E,M,H,A 22 min. 1986 HISTORY AND HERITAGE one Central American country after another into the world's consciousness. 6037 CHEETAH This program tracks the wild's fastest hunter- a cat that runs 50 miles an E,M 11 min. hour. 5008 CHILDHOOD OF SUSAN B. This video describes the life of Susan B. Anthony and her contributions E,M 17 min. 1988 ANTHONY to American history. 3497 CHILDREN OF JAPAN, Presents an invaluable insight into the lifestyles and differences E 21 min. 1988 LEARNING THE NEW between American and Japanese children and shows the great respect REMEMBERING THE OLD given to these elements--nature, education, family and religion--that characterizes the Japanese lifestyle of the 1980's. 5039 CHILDREN OF THE FORT The early learner sees what life in an early American fort was like; the E 19 min. kinds of services offered and the people one would meet there including hostile Indians. 3498 CHILDREN OF THE SOVIET Introduces students to the many facts of Soviet society and culture as E 22 min. 1988 UNION seen through the eyes of Alyosha, a 12 year old boy from Leningrad. Shows the personal side of Soviet life as well as its rich history and geography. Reflects the new spirit of "Glasnost". 4905 CHILE This program looks at Chile's capital, Santiago, and describes the E,M,H 20 min. 1990 economic, political and historic changes taking place there. 3409 CHINA: A HISTORY Traces China's rich history as far back as 2,000 B.C. Since its beginning E,M,H 23 min. 1988 25 dynasties have ruled China and have contributed to the world not only the Great Wall, but art, acupuncture, fine pottery and porcelain and great philosophers like Confucius and Doa. 2009 CHINA: A JOURNEY IN Visits many regions of China from grasslands of Inner Mongolia to E,M,H,A 30 min. 1986 PICTURES Beijing, and Canton. The land, architecture, the Great Wall and the people. 5053 CHINESE WAY OF LIFE A look at the land and people of China; the past and the future. E,M,H 24 min. 6646 CHRISTOPHER Contrasts the convenience and comfort of a present-day airplane journey E,M,H 20 min. 1994 COLUMBUS: THE MAN across the ocean from Europe with the terrifying thirty-seven day WHO DARED PART 1 journey of Columbus, his ships and their crews. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 40 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 4444 CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS: Filmed on location in Italy, Spain, Portugal and the Bahamas, the film E,M,H,A 35 min. 1989 THE VOYAGE OF traces his life from early childhood through the voyage to America. DISCOVERY 309 CITY UTILITIES: OUR Shows the basic utilities - water, sewer, electricity, gas, and telephone E,M 16 min. 1985 BASIC SERVICES to a group of curious and interested youngsters. 6609 CIVIL WAR AND SOCIAL Focuses on the lifestyle of one southern family before, during and ater E,M 20 min. 1994 CHARGE IN GEORGIA 1860- the Civil War to show the widespread changes bought about by the 1870 war. 4917 CLASS PROJECT: THE The missions are the focus of two class projects: First, students learn to E,M,H,A 10 min. 1990 MAKING OF A MISSION make adobe bricks by hand. Second, teaches the student how to make a model mission with available parts. 1726 COLONIAL AMERICA: Explains the social, culture and economic causes of the American E,M,H 15 min. 1986 ROOTS OF REVOLUTION Revolution. 1607--1775 4276 COLONIAL AMERICA: THE Describes the conditions in England that prompted the colonists to E,M 25 min. 1970 BEGINNINGS leave. Details the problems and difficulties in colonization. 1930 COLONIAL CLOTHING Depicts the years 1760-1770 and shows the kind of clothing worn by an E,M,H,A 17 min. 1986 upper class couple as they begin their day. 3696 COLONIAL LIFE IN NEW In 1776, a young man recounts his boyhood in rural, pre-revolutionary E,M 10 min 1988 ENGLAND (REV.) New England of 1764. A friend's ride to Boston give students a glimpse of life where the enactment of the Currency Act leads to rumors of new taxes and war. 2770 COMMUNISM Examines Marx's and Engel's criticisms of capitalism, and their E,M,H,A 27 min. 1986 predictions about the future. 4015 CONSUMER ECONOMICS: Shows a 13-year-old boy with an itch to buy an expensive bike being E,M 21 min. 1983 MAKING DECISIONS taught lessons in basic economics and wise spending by a friendly talking computer. 2341 CORN IS LIFE Shows and explains traditional activities associated with corn that are E,M,H,A 19 min. 1986 still an important part of Hopi Indian family and community life. 2818 CRY RIOT Follows Samuel Adams and the Loyal Nine engagement with Ebenezer E,M,H,A 33 min. 1985 Mackintosh to demonstrate against the Stamp Act. 3608 DEATH VALLEY Touches the history, geography, geology and climate of one of the most E,M,H,A 19 min. 1988 unique holes in the earth's surface. 2007 DESERT Explores the dry places of the United States, from a centuries-old indian E,M,H,A 30 min. 1986 culture to the modern "greening" of desert land. Experiences the last frontier on the earth. 2299 DISAPPEARANCE OF THE States that rain forests play a major role in the balance of nature on E,M,H,A 12 min. 1986 GREAT RAIN FOREST which all living things, including human beings, depend. Scientists studying the deforestation of the Amazon. 4766 DISCOVER AMERICA AGAIN Pictures the History and Geography of the U.S. with emphasis on E,M 45 min. 1988 excellent still photographs. Includes National Park System, Washington, D.C. and an outdoor adventure segment. 2540 DISCOVERING Tours one of the most historic and important cities in America. Visits E,M,H 23 min. 1986 WASHINGTON the Vietnam War Memorial, Changing of the Guard, Smithsonian Institute, U.S. Treasury. 6696 EARLY AMERICAN Provides a picture of the daily life of the people who shaped the ancient E,M,H 22 min. 1999 CIVILIZATION (REVISED) societies of the Olmecs, Mayas, Toltecs, Aztecs and Incas. Describes the architecture, culture, cities and agriculture of these early civilizations and how they were destroyed by European invaders. 5045 EARLY AMERICAN The history of the early peoples in South America; the environments, E,M,H 22 min. 1957 CIVILIZATIONS (REVISED) the contributions and the cities of the early settlers. 4307 ECON AND ME #1: Using a dramatic format, four elementary students meet Mr. Econ who E 15 min. 1988 SCARCITY explains how the concept of scarcity affects their lives. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 41 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 4308 ECON AND ME #2: Using a dramatic format four elementary students meet Mr. Econ who E 15 min. 1988 OPPORTUNITY COST explains how the concept of opportunity cost affected their lives when they built their clubhouse. Emphasizes economics in making informed choices. 4309 ECON AND ME #3: Using a dramatic format, four elementary students meet Mr. Econ who E 15 min. 1988 CONSUMPTION explains how the concept of consumption has affected their lives. 4310 ECON AND ME #4: Using a dramatic format, four elementary students meet Mr. Econ who E 15 min. 1988 PRODUCTION explains how the concept of production has affected their lives. 4311 ECON AND ME #5: Using a dramatic format, elementary students learn about the economic E 15 min. 1988 INTERDEPENDENCE concept of interdependence by producing their own play. Discusses specialization. 3508 ECONOMICS BY CHOICE Illustrates the basic economic concepts of unlimited wants, scarcity, E 18 min. 1988 choice and opportunity costs. Classroom activities are combined with real-life applications to make the concepts relevant and understandable. 6423 EGYPT This program explores Egypt, from its well-known historic roots found E,M 20 min. 1995 in the remnants of the pharaohs, to modern Egypt's challenge of actively participating in the global marketplace. 4764 EGYPT SERIES: GIFT OF Views the mysteries of the Pharaohs, the Sphinx, and the granite E,M,H,A 29 min. 1977 THE NILE quarries of Aswan from which the giant pyramid blocks were cut. 2803 EGYPT'S PYRAMIDS: Depicts the history of pyramid building along with the development and E,M,H,A 22 min. 1986 HOUSES OF ETERNITY decline of the pyramids. 4928 EGYPT: CHILDREN OF THE This video presents a brief overview of Egypt's influence on the world. E,M 24 min. 1994 NILE This production looks at the contributions of the ancients and the reality of Egypt today; the wealth and the poverty. 2138 EGYPT: QUEST FOR Explores the River Nile, temples of Luxor and Karnak, the Land of the E,M,H,A 60 min. 1987 ETERNITY Dead. Visits the elaborately decorated tombs of kings and queens. 2808 EQUALLY FREE Describes the Virginia Convention debates and the rights of slaves. E,M,H,A 21 min. 1985 2230 EYES ON THE PRIZE #1-- Focuses on the catalytic events of 1954-1956. The Mississippi lynching E,M,H,A 60 min. 1986 AWAKENINGS (1954-56) of a 14 year old boy: a Montgomery, Alabama woman Rosa Parks who refused to yield her bus seat to a white man; the forming of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. 2232 EYES ON THE PRIZE #3-- Chronicles the courage displayed by thousands of young black people E,M,H,A 60 min. 1986 AIN'T SCARED OF YOU and college students who joined the ranks of the movement and gave it (1960-61) new direction. Views lunch counter sit-ins, Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee, bus travel below the Mason-Dixon line, 1960 Presidential campaign issues. 2234 EYES ON THE PRIZE #5-- Focuses on the extraordinary personal risks faced by ordinary citizens as E,M,H,A 60 min. 1986 MISSISSIPPI IS THIS they assumed responsibility for social change, particularly during the AMERICA? (1962-64) 1962-64 voting rights campaign in Mississippi. 2235 EYES ON THE PRIZE #6-- Shows in the final episode that the lessons of a decade are brought to E,M,H,A 60 min. 1986 BRIDGE TO FREEDOM (1965) bear in the climactic 1965 march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama. 2564 FAMILIES OF THE WORLD: Visit 11 year old Catherine Inall at home in Sydney, travel with her to E,M,H 18 min. 1987 AUSTRALIA remote Angledool Station where she spends part of her Christmas vacation with family friends. 2557 FAMILIES OF THE WORLD: Highlights Oswaldo Gaitan who lives in Nicaragua, a country that is E,M,H 18 min. 1987 CENTRAL AMERICA turbulent both geologically and politically. Visit an active volcano, meet Oswaldo's parents. 2560 FAMILIES OF THE WORLD: Journey to the town of Tabarz, where Martin Kollner lives with his E,M,H 18 min. 1987 EAST GERMANY father, who works in a rubber factory, and his mother who is employed in the mayor's office. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 42 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 2562 FAMILIES OF THE WORLD: Describes the life style of Mohammed el Sayed in exciting Cairo, E,M,H 18 min. 1987 EGYPT Egypt's capitol. 2563 FAMILIES OF THE WORLD: Visit Naama Greenfield, attend her school and learn about her young E,M,H 18 min. 1987 ISRAEL nation. Explore Jerusalem with Naama and her father, an art professor born in the U.S., and her mother who studies and performs traditional Jewish songs of Yemen. 2559 FAMILIES OF THE WORLD: Visits the fishing village of 12 year old Yoshiko Matsuda, on the E,M,H 18 min. 1987 JAPAN Japanese island of Honshu. 2556 FAMILIES OF THE WORLD: Travels to Uzbekistan, where 11 year old Bakhtinisa Marov lives in the E,M,H 18 min. 1987 SOVIET UNION capitol city of Tashkent. At school she learns in her native Uzbek language, and studies Russian and English. 2561 FAMILIES OF THE WORLD: Highlights Robert Booth who lives in Stade, a town in northern West E,M,H 18 min. 1987 WEST GERMANY Germany with strong ties to the sea. Robert learns to sail so he can help with his family's boat. 2558 FAMILIES OF THE WORLD: Travels to Yugoslavia where Irena Janosevic lives with her family in E,M,H 18 min. 1987 YUGOSLAVIA the city of Bor. Both parents work in the copper manufacturing plant. Visit her grandparent's farm. 4920 FATHER JUNIPERO SERRA This program looks at the influences of Father Serra with illustrations E,M,H,A 12 min. 1992 that make the viewer feel like he/she is there. 6789 FLORIDA: SPANISH France, England and Spain all sought to dominate Florida. This program E,M,H 16 min. COLONY TO AMERICAN traces Florida's political and military conflicts and shows the impact of STATE conquest on the area's native inhabitants. 2227 FOREST SPIRITS: Examines the lives, lifestyles and personal feelings of some of the E,M,H,A 30 min. 1984 ANCESTORS OF THOSE YET members of the Menominee tribe. UNBORN 2229 FOREST SPIRITS: Uses a musical/discussion format dealing with problems in reservation E,M,H,A 30 min. 1986 DREAMERS WITH POWER life, specifically with the Menominees. (2 PARTS) 2226 FOREST SPIRITS: LAND IS Examines the Oneidas' historical land problems and how they are trying E,M,H,A 30 min. 1984 LIFE to recover that which was lost and improve that which they control. 2228 FOREST SPIRITS: LIVING Tells the struggle of the Menominee people and the traditions they E,M,H,A 30 min. 1984 WITH TRADITIONS attempt to keep alive after loss of tribal status. 2225 FOREST SPIRITS: THE Explores the conflicts Indians have with white school systems and how E,M,H,A 30 min. 1984 LEARNING PATH the conflicts are resolved. 2224 FOREST SPIRITS: TO KEEP Examines the Oneidas' work to preserve their heritage by educating E,M,H,A 30 min. 1984 A HERITAGE ALIVE their children. 2796 FOUR AMERICANS IN Views modern China through the eyes of a student, businessman, E,M,H,A 59 min. 1985 CHINA teacher and journalist. 4914 FREEDOM IN DIVERSITY This video looks at the contributions made to America by her citizens of E,M 12 min. 1991 many ethnic backgrounds. 1580 FRIENDS OF THE FAMILY Animated film that helps students consider the basic needs and wants P,E 9 min. 1987 that children around the world share and the many ways UNICEF helps. 1056 FROM HERE TO THERE Teaches about maps and how to use them as well as cardinal directions, E 16 min. the hemispheres, and how to find rivers, swamps, highway, and cities using map symbols. 2343 FROM THE FLOOR OF THE Presents a grassroots view of a great American institution: The E,M,H,A 28 min. 1986 CONVENTION Presidential Nominating Convention. 1866 FRONTLINE: A CLASS 1985 Emmy Award winner. In 1970 a public school teacher divides her E,M,H,A 58 min. 1987 DIVIDED students between blue and brown eyes groups. Each group is treated as inferior and subjected to discriminating treatment. Updates lesson at a 15 year reunion of the students. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 43 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 542 FUTURE WATER SUPPLIES Describes alternate methods to meet requirements of the California E,M 20 min. 1981 FOR THE STATE WATER State Water Project beyond the year 2000. The plan includes new PROJECT physical facilities and more efficient use of water through conservation, reclamation and reuse, and underground storage. 6620 GENOCIDE Genocide is the story of man's inhumanity to man - the story of the E,M,H 83 min. 1981 millions of men, women, and children who fell victim to Hitler's Final Solution. 6616 GEOGRAPHY IN U.S. The Origin and Development of NATO 1945-1991. Describes the Cold E,M 20 min. 1994 HISTORY #10 War atmosphere following World War II and the foreign policy responses of the U.S. and its allies to the Soviet Union and its allies. 6610 GEOGRAPHY IN U.S. Clash of Cultures on the Great Plains 1856-1900 Demonstrates the E,M 20 min. 1994 HISTORY #4 changes in the Native Americans' way of life by showing how the Lakota people lived before, during and after the buffalo were destroyed. 6613 GEOGRAPHY IN U.S. A Nation of Immigrants: The Chinese-American Experience 1850- E,M 20 MIN. 1994 HISTORY #7 1990 - Covers immigration to the U.S.. during the 19th and 20th centuries with a focus on the westward movement by immigrants from China. 6614 GEOGRAPHY IN U.S. Moving North to Chicago 1900-1945. Explores migration from the rural E,M 20 min. 1994 HISTORY #8 south to urban areas in the north and the struggles of African Americans to over- come racial discrimination during the first half of the 20th century. 6615 GEOGRAPHY IN U.S. New Deal for the Dust Bowl 1931-1945. Illustrates the hardships E,M 20 min. 1994 HISTORY #9 brought on by the Great Depression and the Dust Bowl and government intervention (the New Deal) to help farmers cope with these economic and environmental disasters. 10051 GEORGE MASON: HOME, This binder and video explores the life of a patriot living during the E,M,H 1994 STATE, COUNTRY American Revolution. 3606 GEORGE WASHINGTON Tells the story of Carver's life as a creative scientist known in history as E,M,H,A 29 min. 1988 CARVER the "Peanut Man". 2819 GEORGE WASHINGTON: Shows Parliament closing Boston's port after the Boston Tea Party. E,M,H,A 28 min. 1985 THE MAKING OF A REBEL George Washington supports the demonstration. 1753 GETTIN' TO KNOW ME: Illustrates that when the 100th anniversary of their black-founded town E,M 30 min. 1986 FOUNDER'S DAY is threatened, the children organize the townspeople to create a cultural museum which will serve as a major source of community folklore. 1754 GETTIN' TO KNOW ME: Tells how Lavonne and Kwame become accustomed to their new E,M 30 min. 1986 KWAME'S GAME neighborhood by participating in the folklore and traditions of different community groups. 1761 GETTIN' TO KNOW ME: THE Portrays Momma Violet's traditional ways that come into conflict with E,M 30 min. 1986 NAMING OF KWAME the family's own ideas and each learns the importance of both past and present traditions. 6419 GHANA Ghana was the first African colonial country to achieve independence. E,M 20 min. 1995 This historical fact has left an indelible mark on Ghana's culture, as Ghana continues to lead the African continent in terms of civil rights and political independence. 2979 GLOBAL GEOGRAPHY: Examines trade in a highly industrialized nation that needs to import E,M,H,A 15 min. 1987 BUILDING GLOBAL raw materials and see finished products abroad in order to survive. LINKAGES 2977 GLOBAL GEOGRAPHY: Focuses on inundation by the sea in the Delta area of the Netherlands, E,M,H,A 15 min. 1987 DEALING WITH NATURAL flooding in Bangladesh, Tsunamis in Japan and landslides in Canada. HAZARDS 2985 GLOBAL GEOGRAPHY: Examines factors affecting the arrangement of population, focusing on a E,M,H,A 15 min. 1987 HUMAN & NATURAL mobile Chinese family. ENVIRONMENTS Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 44 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 2984 GLOBAL GEOGRAPHY: Shows the consequences to a family in Egypt when new technologies E,M,H,A 15 min. 1987 MANAGING BASIC for managing water resources are adopted. RESOURCES 2982 GLOBAL GEOGRAPHY: Examines the extensive rural to urban migration in Brazil and the E,M,H,A 15 min. 1987 MIGRATING BETWEEN associated decision-making adjustment processes. PLACES 2981 GLOBAL GEOGRAPHY: Examines the work of an agricultural extension agent working with E,M,H,A 15 min. 1987 NEW IDEA ABOUT FOOD farmers on rice production in the Philippines. PRODUCTION 2980 GLOBAL GEOGRAPHY: Examines the natural resources within the Soviet Union and the system E,M,H,A 15 min. 1987 PLANNING FOR ECONOMIC of centrally planned economic development. DEVELOPMENT 2983 GLOBAL GEOGRAPHY: Focuses on the communication and transportation systems used in an E,M,H,A 15 min. 1987 REDUCING DISTANCES Australian family's business. 2978 GLOBAL GEOGRAPHY: Focuses on firewood in Nepal and the effects of deforesting on the E,M,H,A 15 min. 1987 USING WORLD'S FORESTS people and environment. 3534 GLOBES (MAP SKILLS FOR Explains how young students might construct a globe and what P,E 10 min. 1988 BEGINNERS) components comprise a globe. 2337 GOLD DREDGE Explores California gold mining. Shows how the dredge digs a large, E,M,H,A 17 min. 1986 deep pond in one of the ancient river beds of the Sacramento Valley, separates and collects the gold. 4807 GOLDEN HARVEST THE Shows the importance of rice as the principal food source in the E,M,H 10 min. 1990 CALIFORNIA RICE STORY Sacramento Valley since 1912. Depicts the production of rice from tilting the soil to its sale in the market place. 6381 GOVERNMENT - WORDS TO Two high school seniors learn the cost of defending their First E,M,H 45 min. 1990 LIVE BY Amendment rights when the newspapers they publish offends school district personnel. 4006 GREAT AMERICANS: Demonstrates with historical photographs and on location footage, the E,M 23 min. 1982 LINCOLN (2ND ED) rise of our 16th president, Abraham Lincoln, from a humble farm boy to a courageous moral man who strove to eliminate slavery. 2010 GREECE: A CELEBRATION Identification of the birthplace of western civilization comes alive, E,M,H,A 30 min. 1986 IN PICTURES Athens, the islands and the clear blue sea, and traditional music and dance. 534 GROUND WATER: Describes the importance of ground water in California and shows how E,M 14 min. 1977 CALIFORNIA'S SUNKEN this resource is distributed throughout the state. Animated sequences TREASURE illustrate the characteristics of ground water reservoirs and show the changes brought about by depletion. 1007 HAD YOU LIVED THEN: Describes how missions built by the Spanish priests were much more E,M,H 14 min. LIFE IN A CALIFORNIA than churches. They were nearly self-sufficient communities, existing MISSION IN 1790 much like the feudal system. 1011 HAD YOU LIVED THEN: Re-creates the flavor and way of life in California mining towns during E,M,H 18 min. LIFE IN A GOLD-MINING the Gold Rush. CAMP 1850 1010 HAD YOU LIVED THEN: Describes how a turn-of-the-century town experienced many evidences E,M,H 18 min. LIFE IN A MIDWESTERN of change--the invention of the automobile, electric lights, and the SMALL TOWN modernization of clothes and customs. 1008 HAD YOU LIVED THEN: Shows how a farm family lived in central New York State at the E,M,H 16 min. LIFE IN AMERICA 1800 beginning of the Nineteenth Century. 1009 HAD YOU LIVED THEN: Demonstrates the importance of the sailing ship to the 1870 economy of E,M,H 17 min. LIFE IN AN EASTERN our country through the daily life of a family. Shows skills of SEAPORT TOWN 1870 shipbuilding, sailmaking, and rope making. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 45 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 1012 HAD YOU LIVED THEN: In authentic re-enactments, contemporary Indians show how their E,M,H 12 min. LIFE IN THE WOODLANDS ancestors lived before the coming of the white man. BEFORE WHITE MEN 6408 HAIL TO THE CHIEF: Explaining how the U.S. President is elected, this program examines the E,M,H 16 min. 1996 ELECTING THE PRESIDENT function of the Electoral College and the reasons for its establishment by the Founding Fathers at the 1787 Constitutional Convention. 1566 HARD WINTER Tells the story of a brave young nation struggling to emerge from the E,M,H,A 58 min. 1987 shadow of an oppressor. 2336 HARD-ROCK GOLD MINING Demonstrates how gold was taken from deep within the mountains of E,M,H,A 20 min. 1986 California by an intricate system of tunnels excavating hundreds of miles beneath the earth's surface. 3140 HARRIET TUBMAN AND Traces the career of Harriet Tubman as she helped runaway slaves E,M 21 min. 1988 THE UNDERGROUND escape to safety. The Fugitive Slave Law and pro and con slavery RAILROAD arguments are presented. 5040 HELEN KELLER AND HER This video provides a look at the life and times of Helen Keller, her E,M 27 min. TEACHER teacher and their remarkable relationship. 4910 HELEN KELLER: VOICE The triumphs and accomplishments of the deaf, blind and mute woman E,M,H 24 min. 1986 AND VISION IN THE SOUL who dedicated her life to helping others are celebrated. 201 HONDO This adventure describes the life and duties of a police dog named P,E 30 min. 1975 Hondo. Features the team work between man and dog. 3120 HOPI Shows how the Hopi Indians of Arizona pass on the communal values E,M,H,A 30 min. 1982 and survival skills that have kept their culture alive for centuries. 2354 I HAVE A DREAM Multi-ethnic, multiracial panorama of American faces highlighted by E 20 min. 1987 actual footage of Martin L. King's career with excerpts from his famous "I Have A Dream" speech. 6190 IMMIGRATION EXPERIENCE The history of America comes alive as viewers look at their roots and E,M,H 12 min. 1996 learn why people have settled, and continue to settle, in America. 2817 IN ALL CASES Shows how Benjamin Franklin led the fight to repeal the Stamp Act. E,M,H,A 35 min. 1985 WHATOSOEVER 2128 IN REMEMBRANCE OF Documents commemorative events in celebration of the first federal E,M,H,A 60 min. 1986 MARTIN holiday honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on January 20, 1986. 6463 IN THE LAND OF THE Shows Hopi, Zuni and Navajo craftpersons at work creating traditional E,M 19 min. 1996 RAINBOW: THE baskets, kachinas and jewelry. Demonstrates the close connection of SOUTHWEST Native Americans to their environment. 2805 IN THE SHADOW OF Follows scientists as they unravel secrets of Herculaneum, buried in the E,M,H,A 59 min. 1986 VESUVIUS eruption of Vesuvius in A.D.79 and ancient Roman life perserved for 1,900 years. 3136 INDIAN BOY OF THE Examines the lives and lifestyle of a Hopi Indian family living in the E 19 min. 1988 SOUTHWEST (REV) Arizona desert. 3369 INDIANS IN THE AMERICAS Examines many contributions of the Indian. The first Americans E,M,H 12 min. 1980 migrated here from Asia over twenty thousand years ago. The first arrivals were probably hunters, later the Indians developed agriculture and advanced civilizations such as those of the Mayas and the Incas. 6678 INDIANS OF CALIFORNIA Re-creation of the daily life of the Yokuts. Also discusses migration to E,M,H 23 min. 1998 (REVISED) North America from Asia. 3193 INDIANS OF CALIFORNIA-- Records the customs and traditions of a primitive people as they lived E,M,H 30 min. 1988 2 PARTS before the white man came to the Pacific Coast. 3396 INDIANS OF CALIFORNIA-- Shows the village life of the Indians before the white man came to the E,M,H,A 15 min. 1988 PART 1--VILLAGE LIFE Pacific coast, includes trading, use of the baby cradle, basket making, use of the tule boat, house building, use of the sweat house, games and dance and songs used in religious ceremonies. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 46 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 3397 INDIANS OF CALIFORNIA-- Shows how Indians in early California secured and prepared food. E,M,H,A 14 min. 1988 PART 2--FOOD Includes arrow making, a deer hunt, gathering and preparing acorns and the family eating around the cooking basket. Explains the importance of storytelling in passing on history and customs. 6777 INDIANS OF THE Explores the people of the Potlach and shows the continuity of the P,E,M 20 min 1992 NORTHWEST culture of Native Americans 3209 INSIDE THE SOVIET CIRCUS Explores the history and development of the circus in the Soviet Union. E,M,H,A 30 min. 1987 Highlights "behind-the-scenes" preparation and the important role that the circus plays in the Soviet culture. 6235 ISABELLE IN MEXICO - Isabelle and her guide visit a Mayan family in the jungles of the E,M 15 min. 1990 VISITING THE MAYAS Yucatan. 6775 ISHI: THE LAST YAHI Massacres of Native Americans in the 1860s and 1870s had nearly E,M,H 57 min. 1994 exterminated the Native peoples in California. The extraordinary appearance in 1911 of Ishi, the last Yahi Indian alive, stunned the nation. 4945 ISRAEL This program looks at all the aspects of Israel; the past, the wars, the E,M 20 min. 1993 present and the many ethnic peoples there. 1644 IT'S YOUR WORLD: Emphasizes the roles of history, weather, location and people in the E,M 15 min. 1986 AUSTRALIA I Land Down Under. 1645 IT'S YOUR WORLD: Describes the main geographical regions: the western shield, the central E,M 15 min. 1986 AUSTRALIA II lowland and the eastern highlands; and introduces the main agricultural activities. 1646 IT'S YOUR WORLD: Examines the early formation of the continent and introduces Australia's E,M 15 min. 1986 AUSTRALIA III native people--the Aborigines. Native plant and animal life is also examined. 1639 IT'S YOUR WORLD: JAPAN I Introduces the land, climate and cities of Japan, along with the major E,M 15 min. 1986 transportation system; the Japanese National Railroad. 1640 IT'S YOUR WORLD: JAPAN II Describes the lives of two young Japanese students. Illustrates the E,M 15 min. 1986 impact of limited farm land on diet and explores eastern and western sports in Japan. 1641 IT'S YOUR WORLD: JAPAN Examines the Japanese democratic government, language, theatre, and E,M 15 min. 1986 III traditional paper making. 1642 IT'S YOUR WORLD: JAPAN Features the Japanese Matsuri or festival including the Saporro Snow E,M 15 min. 1986 IV Festival, Hamamatsu, Big Kite-Flying Festival, Tanabata Star Festival and Hiroshima Peace Memorial. 1649 IT'S YOUR WORLD: Examines the rich historical legacy of the Mayan and Aztec E,M 15 min. 1986 MEXICO I civilizations through the Spanish conquest and eventual independence. 1648 IT'S YOUR WORLD: Explores the geography and relationships of climate, plant and animal E,M 15 min. 1986 MEXICO II life, agriculture and industry. 1647 IT'S YOUR WORLD: Depicts people and culture with an emphasis on language, food, arts and E,M 15 min. 1986 MEXICO III the fiesta. 2866 IT'S YOUR WORLD: Presents the geography of Scandinavia including mountains, forests and E,M 15 min. 1986 SCANDINAVIA I seas. Also discusses the climate and seasons, and the colorful northern lights. 2867 IT'S YOUR WORLD: Looks at Norway, Sweden and Finland, discussing the agriculture, E,M 15 min. 1986 SCANDINAVIA II industry and government of each country. 2868 IT'S YOUR WORLD: Looks at Denmark, Iceland, and Lapland, and the impact living near E,M 15 min. 1986 SCANDINAVIA III water has on Scandinavian culture, economy and history. 1650 IT'S YOUR WORLD: THE Examines the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway, Canada's E,M 15 min. 1986 SEAWAY transportation link between inland centers and foreign markets. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 47 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 4839 JAPAN Demonstrates to the viewer the life styles of the Japanese today both as E,M,H,A 22 min 1991 a county and as a people. We view the old traditions married to the new technologies creating a diverse society. 6608 JEFFERSON DECIDES TO Discusses the history of lthe Louisiana Purchase and how it boosted the E,M 20 min, 1994 PURCHSE LOUISIANA 1801- economic status and national security of the United states. 1813 3482 JUVENILE LAW AND YOU Shows the consequences juvenile offenders may face and how the E,M 29 min. 1988 juvenile court system works as it follows the case of three youths--a minor needing the protection of the court from child abuse, a first-time- offender and a repeat offender. Actual police, social workers, and judges play their respective roles in these court cases. 6462 KACHINAS: THE STORIES Combines live action, animation and computer graphics to reveal the E,M 20 min. 1996 THEY TELL stories of Kachinas - essential spirits of the Pueblo. 4676 KIDS ASK ABOUT WAR Explains the news seen on TV and seen in the newspapers to children. A E,M 30 min. 1991 panel of experts answers questions from a panel of children. Reassures children that they will be taken care of in times of war. 2778 KING'S MOUNTAIN Depicts King's Mountain, and how the victorious Overmountain Men E,M,H,A 27 min. 1987 retaliated against British-instigated hangings of colonial prisoners. 458 KNOW THE LAND AND THE Climb a steepside mountain, watch a grape harvest, watch the making E,M,H,A 28 min. 1980 PEOPLE--THE MOUNTAINS of maple sugar, meet a fiddlemaker and join a group of Outward Bound students as they train in self-reliance. Panoramas and beautiful close- ups of mountain scenery throughout the United States. 457 KNOW THE LAND AND THE Learn how pioneers settled and homesteaded the Great Plains. Ride E,M,H,A 28 min. 1980 PEOPLE--THE PLAINS atop a combine, journey into the dark depths of an old gold mine, ride an old steam train and climb to the top of Mt. Rushmore. 6191 LAND OF IMMIGRANTS This video tells the history of U.S. immigration. E,M 16 min. 1996 (REVISED) 944 LATITUDE AND Shows how the earth's grid system is used to find distances between E,M 14 min. LONGITUDE points and indicated direction using various units of measurement. 463 LEGACY AMERICANA-- This program presents a judge's eye view of livestock competitions, E,M,H,A 28 min. 1976 LEGACY OF COUNTRY explores the changing horizons of 4-H and whirls through the midway. FOLKS & FAIRS Discover the joys of raising Holsteins. 465 LEGACY AMERICANA-- Step back through the centuries for a guided tour of the oldest existing E,M,H,A 28 min. 1976 LEGACY OF OLD ST. colonial settlement in the United States. AUGUSTINE 466 LEGACY AMERICANA-- A broom-maker, a potter, a tinsmith, a printer, and a blacksmith help E,M,H,A 28 min. 1976 LEGACY OF OLD tell the story of life in a New England village between 1790 and STURBRIDGE VILLAGE 1840. 462 LEGACY AMERICANA-- Enjoy sailing with Hobie Alter, meet the young captain of a deep-water E,M,H,A 28 min. 1976 LEGACY OF PEOPLE AND lobster fishing boat, dream with house-boat vacationers, and splash WATER along with raft guides. 467 LEGACY AMERICANA-- This program shows what cowboys were and were not like. It compares E,M,H,A 28 min. 1976 LEGACY OF THE them with old movie cowboys and with the few cowboys still working AMERICAN COWBOY ranches today. 464 LEGACY AMERICANA-- The Mississippi River flows 2,340 miles through twenty locks and dams E,M,H,A 28 min. 1976 LEGACY OF THE and through many Americans' lives. Meet towboat hands and river- MISSISSIPPI based industrialists. 5024 LEGACY OF THE MOUND The native cultures of North America were busily at work and had E,M,H 16 min. 1995 BUILDERS developed sophisticated societies and trading routes before the first Europeans reached the North American shores. This program looks at the civilizations of that time. 5025 LIBERTY AND JUSTICE: A Introduces students to the structure and function of the American legal E,M,H 48 min. 1991 LOOK AT THE AMERICAN system. LEGAL SYSTEM Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 48 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 6215 LIFE IN A CALIFORNIA The lives of the Spanish missionaries and Native Americans in late 18th E,M,H 14 min. 1996 MISSION: 1790 century California are shown through scenes photographed in an actual mission. 6248 LIFE IN A GOLD MINING Old songs, views of ghost towns and abandoned mines, and dramatized E,M,H 18 min. 1976 CAMP 1850 scenes in a mining camp recreate the great romantic adventures of the California Gold Rush. 4053 LIFE IN MEXICO Compares the lives of an urban family and a rural family in Mexico E,M 13 min. 1986 today. Shows how life in Mexico is influenced by its past and how modern Mexico is changing. 5026 LIMA, PERU (THE THIRSTY A look at the problems of providing water for a population that has E,M,H 14 min. 1994 CITIES SERIES) doubled in the last ten years. 1188 LINCOLN'S GETTYSBURG Uses art, photographs and graphics to highlight the Civil War from the E,M,H 15 min. 1985 ADDRESS beginning to the battle of Gettysburg. Charlton Heston delivers Lincoln's moving and dranatuc speech. 3026 LIVING TREASURES OF Visits the homes and workshops of the remarkable people who quietly E,M,H,A 60 min. 1988 JAPAN keep Japan's most precious creative traditions alive. The "Living National Treasure" is the highest award that can be achieved in the Japanese arts. 2802 LOOK BACK IN SORROW Follows loyalist Sam Curwen who flees to England but soon regrets his E,M,H,A 18 min. 1986 choice. 3605 MAP SKILLS SERIES: Presents animated character Natalie Haymaker, who demonstrates the E,M 30 min. 1988 LONGITUDE location and role of the prime meridian, measurement of longitude in degrees, time and miles, how longitude meridians are used to determine time zones. 3607 MAP SKILLS SERIES: Teaches students how all points north or south of the equator are E,M 12 min 1988 UNDERSTANDING measured in degrees, why there is a worldwide relationship between LATITUDE latitude and climate, how degrees translate into miles and how latitude can be determined from the North Star. 3609 MAP SKILLS SERIES: USING This animated program emphasizes the value of combining information E,M 12 min 1988 MAPS TOGETHER from elevation maps, transformation maps, physical feature maps, rainfall maps and natural resource maps to reveal information on a single area. Underscores the meaning of colors, lines and symbols on maps. 3791 MAP SKILLS: Introduces students to map indicators for various bodies of water, E,M 12 min 1988 RECOGNIZING PHYSICAL including the difference between a gulf, a bay, a lake and an ocean. FEATURES Students are shown how to read a map to determine elevation above sea level and land contour. 3792 MAPS Shows the process of students making a map while they learn about P,E 10 min 1988 scale and symbols, about reading a legend, about directions and about using a grid to find certain locations. 1742 MAPS AND GLOBES: AN Introduces basic map reading skills and indicates the diversity of P,E,M 17 min. 1985 INTRODUCTION information available from maps. 1374 MAPS: KNOW WHERE See same title # 330 below for description. P,E 15 min. 1985 YOU'RE GOING 1267 MAPS: SYMBOLS AND Presents the point that "When you can read the language of maps, you E,M 13 min. 1983 TERMS have the world at your fingertips". 6224 MAPS: WHERE AM I? This program looks at maps and how they relate to the area they P,E 11 min. 1996 show. 389 MARTIN, THE An overview of the life and work of a major historical figure. The story E,M,H,A 46 min. 1986 EMANCIPATOR is told by those who knew him and worked with him. Illustrated with documentary film and photos. 2776 MARY KATE'S WAR Examines women's strife for independence during the American E,M,H,A 25 min. 1985 Revolution era and the fight for freedom of press. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 49 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 6216 MCGRUFF ON HALLOWEEN McGruff gives tips on how to make Halloween safe and fun, as well as P,E 14 min. 1996 important safety tips about costumes and masks. 904 MEXICAN COLONIAL TOUR Travels from Mexico City to Cuernavaca, to Taxco and Guanajuato. E,M,H 30 min. Visits a land with a potpourri of sights to see. 905 MEXICAN PYRAMID TOUR Travels from Mexico City of Oaxaca, Merida, Chichen Itza and finally E,M,H 30 min. to Cancun, visiting historical and cultural landmarks. 2870 MEXICAN WAY OF LIFE Examines various sources of capital for exports: tourism, high-tech E,M,H,A 24 min. 1987 industry, exportation of certain crops during winter to America and Europe. 5027 MEXICO CITY, MEXICO The challenge and history of providing clean water to a city of 15,000 E,M,H 14 min. 1994 (THE THIRSTY CITIES years old with one of the largest urban concentrations in the world. SERIES) 4899 MEXICO: THE HERITAGE Many factors have played a part in defining the heritage of the modern E,M 21 min. 1994 Mexican citizen. This program examines the strongest influences. 4911 MEXICO: THE PEOPLE Viewers will meet a lower class rural family, a middle class E,M 20 min. 1994 woodcarving family, and an upper class professional family; though their lives are different they have much in common. 4900 MEXICO:THE NATION This program takes views on an exploration of the cities, government, E,M 23 min. 1984 religion, geography, and industry of Mexico. 10039 MIDDLE AGES SCHOOL Combines live action documentary sequences with portions of an E,M 120 min. 1989 KIT--CASTLES AND animated story, all adapted from the books "Castle and Cathedral" by CATHEDRALS David Macaulay; is set in England and France around the 13th century, and accompanied by Teachers' Guide. 4936 MIDDLE AMERICA: A brief look at each of the countries of Middle America. E 30 min. 1995 MEXICO TO VENEZUELA AND THE CARIBBEAN ISLANDS 4929 MIDDLE EAST: HISTORY This program looks at the influences of the ancient cultures and the E,M 20 min. 1993 AND CULTURE current conditions that exist in the Middle East. We see the many peoples of this area and how oil controls much of the economy. 4904 MIDDLE EAST: LAND AND This live-action presentation delves deep into the Middle East to reveal E,M 20 min. 1993 PEOPLE a land of many different people, cultures and landscapes. 3998 MILK: FROM FARM TO YOU Describes milk production from the birth of a calf through the P,E 15 min. 1987 (REV.) pasteurization, and testing of milk for butterfat and bacteria content. 4921 MISSION CARMEL This program looks at this beautiful mission and the final resting place E,M,H,A 12 min. 1992 of its founder-Father Junipero Serra. 4926 MISSION GLOSSARY GAME This game for young viewers provides an opportunity to test their E,M 15 min. 1991 knowledge of the missions. 4918 MISSION INDIANS This program looks at the Native Americans of California at the time of E,M,H,A 10 min. 1990 the missions and the introduction of the Spanish into their culture. 4924 MISSION SAN ANTONIO This program demonstrates that, though this mission may be out of the E,M,H,A 15 min. 1995 way and one of the oldest in the chain, it is also one of the best restored. 4916 MISSION SAN DIEGO A tour of this mission takes the viewer into the past to look at a simpler E,M,H,A 10 min. 1990 time of life. The Casa del Padre Serra illustrates the lifestyle of the old padres. 4925 MISSION SAN GABRIEL Nine miles east of Los Angeles, Mission San Gabriel, the fourth E,M,H,A 10 min. 1990 ARCHANGEL mission, offers an important look at why the missions became the center of Spanish culture in the state. 4913 MISSION SAN JUAN Step back 150 years as your walk through this old mission and E,M,H,A 12 min. 1992 BAUTISTA experience first- hand the living Spanish legacy that exists today. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 50 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 4902 MISSION SAN JUAN This program looks at a tour of the most visited of the California E,M,H,A 12 min. 1990 CAPISTRANO missions. 4923 MISSION SAN LUIS OBISPO This program not only documents the history and present story of the E,M,H,A 15 min. 1995 fifth mission, but also reminds us how important all the missions are to the people of California. 4915 MISSION SANTA BARBARA A tribute to the Franciscan friars and Native Americans, this program E,M,H,A 10 min. 1990 includes a tour of the mission, its grounds and museum. 1013 MISSIONS OF CALIFORNIA Approximately nine miles east of Los Angeles stands the fourth of E,M,H 10 min. 1989 #1--MISSION SAN GABRIEL California's 21 missions, Mission San Gabriel. Here we learn how the ARCHANGEL missions became the center of the Spanish culture in California. 1014 MISSIONS OF CALIFORNIA The story of the first of nine missions founded by Father Junipero E,M,H 10 min. 1989 #2--MISSION SAN DIEGO DE Serra. This mission was the first of 21 and the first permanent ALCALA settlement in California. 1015 MISSIONS OF CALIFORNIA The story of the most-visited mission in California, famous for the E,M,H 10 min. 1989 #3--MISSION SAN JUAN swallows that return every year and a rare look at California's oldest CAPISTRANO building. 1016 MISSIONS OF CALIFORNIA Story of the "Queen of the Missions", the 10th mission and the first to E,M,H 10 min. 1989 #4--MISSION SANTA be founded by Father Serra's successor, Father Fermin Lausen. BARBARA 1017 MISSIONS OF CALIFORNIA An overview of how the missions began and the interaction between the E,M,H 10 min. 1989 #5--CALIFORNIA'S two cultures: the original Native Americans and the Franciscan Padres HERITAGE: THE MISSION from Spain. 1018 MISSIONS OF CALIFORNIA Shows an overview of how the missions affected the lives and heritage E,M,H 10 min. 1989 #6--MISSION INDIANS of the Native Americans who first inhabited California. 1019 MISSIONS OF CALIFORNIA Students on location at a mission are shown building adobe bricks just E,M,H 10 min. 1989 #7--CLASS PROJECT: THE as mission indians did hundreds of years ago; also, model structures of MAKING OF A MISSION various missions made by students are displayed. 6820 MY 20TH CENTURY- 1964 Chronicles the 1964 Republican Convention held at the Cow Palace. E,M,H 7 min. 2000 REPUBLICAN CONVENTION Features Barry Goldwater's fight to win the nomination and clips of Richard Burress- Deputy Counselor for President Nixon, and John Herrington- President Reagan's Secretary of Energy. 6803 MY 20TH CENTURY- Before it was "Silicon Valley", it was home to cattle ranches and fruit E,M,H 7 min. 2000 ANDERSON RESERVOIR orchards. 1950 saw the creation of the Anderson Reservoir and dam. A look at the local ranchers and their struggles to keep their land from the Santa Clara Valley Water District 6824 MY 20TH CENTURY- A look back at the local island- spanning from 1775 when Juan de E,M,H 7 min. 2000 ANGEL ISLAND Ayala first dropped anchor in its cove, up to the 1940's when it was used as an immigration and detention center for incoming Chinese immigrants. 6831 MY 20TH CENTURY- BAY A glimpse at William Kyne who led a campaign to legalize horse race E,M,H 7 min. 2000 MEADOWS gambling in California. Soon after, he constructed Bay Meadows which was the place to be seen for over 40 years. Its debateable future is also spotlighted. 6828 MY 20TH CENTURY- A look back at the fire in 1991 and a historical look back at the Oakland E,M,H 7 min. 2000 BERKELEY FIRE Hills fire of 1923. Includes homeowners battling the encroaching blaze, investigations by the Forestry Service, and personal accounts of the incidents. 6806 MY 20TH CENTURY- BILL A look back at the local music/concert promoter who introduced us to E,M,H 7 min. 2000 GRAHAM bands like the Grateful Dead. Included is his benefit and donation work, and his positive influence on the Bay Area 6840 MY 20TH CENTURY- CABLE Covers the rich cultural mix and history of the Bay Area. el., sr 7 min 2000 CARS Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 51 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 6796 MY 20TH CENTURY- A look at the Giants home stadium, the San Francisco Seals Stadium E,M,H 7 min. 2000 CANDLESTICK PARK from 1960 up to the 1989 world series and the Loma Prieta earthquake. 6800 MY 20TH CENTURY- COIT A look at the San Francisco landmark, its artwork and design. Lilly E,M,H 7 min. 2000 TOWER Hitchcock who married Harold Coit and bought Telegraph Hill and left the city a hefty sum. 6799 MY 20TH CENTURY- A look at Abner Doble- the local engineer who designed and built steam E,M,H 7min. 2000 DOBLE STEAMER CARS cars out of Emeryville. Focuses on their popularity, innovation, and demise due to Henry Ford's gasoline based models. 6798 MY 20TH CENTURY- DRIVE- A look at local drive-in sites- their popularity in the 1950's and demise E,M,H 7 Min. 2000 INS in the late 1970's. 6809 MY 20TH CENTURY- EAST Called the worst wildfire in California history, the East Bay firestorm of E,M,H 7 min. 2000 BAY HILLS FIRE 1991 killed 25 people and destroyed 3,500 homes. Also includes the 1923 Berkeley Hills fire. 6811 MY 20TH CENTURY- FLEET Provides history and information on one of the Bay Area's biggest E,M,H 7min. 2000 WEEK annual events. Started in 1908, the celebration includes the Blue Angels air show, speedboat races, and naval vessels 6823 MY 20TH CENTURY- GAY A look at what has become a San Francisco tradition in the heart of the E,M,H 7 min. 2000 PRIDE Castro district. Started in 1972, the Gay and Lesbian Freedom Day Parade has had its ups and downs- from radical participants sending the wrong message, to becoming a tourists' attraction. Local participant, both young and old are interviewed. 6815 MY 20TH CENTURY- An overview of the life and times of one of San Francisco's most driven E,M,H 7 min. 2000 GEORGE CHRISTOPHER mayors. Included is international relations with Krushchev, race relations, and the pledge to get Candlestick Park and the Giants to S.F. 6807 MY 20TH CENTURY- A look at the self-made millionaire, and the South Bay institution built E,M,H 7 min. 2000 HERBERT HOOVER in his name. 6802 MY 20TH CENTURY- HOME As World War II was looming, the Bay Area started its part to help the E,M,H 7 min. 2000 FRONT war effort- military manufacturing, USO shows, etc. Local home front veterans are interviewed. 6819 MY 20TH CENTURY- IWO A look back at the U.S. occupation of this North Pacific island. E,M,H 7 min. 2000 JIMA Includes interviews with veterans, and Joe Rosenthal, the photographer that snapped the now famous picture of the raising of the American flag. 6812 MY 20TH CENTURY- Nobel Prize winner Ernest Lawrence designed this East Bay lab in the E,M,H 7 min. 2000 LAWRENCE LIVERMORE hopes of harmonizing physics, chemistry, biology, and engineering. LAB From its humble beginning in 1952, it has provided the Bay Area and the world with vital scientific information 6810 MY 20TH CENTURY- LOMA A look back at the Loma Prieta earthquake of 1989. Highlighted is the E,M,H 7 min. 2000 PRIETA Cypress Freeway collapse, the Marina District fire, the Bay Bridge collapse, and personal recounts from survivors and witnesses. 6821 MY 20TH CENTURY- For over 35 years this local cruise ship company treated its passengers E,M,H 7 min. 2000 MATSON LINES to exotic tropical locales such as Hawaii, Tahiti and Bora-Bora. Former crew members reflect on the glory days of the Matson Lines, before commercial flight was the norm. 6829 MY 20TH CENTURY- Focuses on a local veteran who, as a gunner in WWII, gives his E,M,H 7 min 2000 MIDWAY personal account of the battle for Midway. 6805 MY 20TH CENTURY- MUIR A look at William Kent, who in 1903 bought and preserved six acres of E,M,H 7 min. 2000 WOODS woodlands in Marin County. President Roosevelt expanded the preserve and named it after John Muir. Highlights include the 1906 earthquake and the parks popularity after "Vertigo" filmed there. 6826 MY 20TH CENTURY- RON Focuses on the unexpected retirement of the Congressional E,M,H 7 min 2000 DELLUMS representative for parts of Oakland and Berkeley, his local upbringing, and turbulent years of service during the Vietnam War and the Nixon administration. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 52 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 6801 MY 20TH CENTURY- S.F. In early 1900 this disease swept through Chinatown and beyond. This E,M,H 7 min. 2000 BUBONIC PLAGUE sparked four years of bigotry, heroism and political cover-ups. 6808 MY 20TH CENTURY- SAN A look at the South Bay landmark that was blown over in 1915. Today E,M,H 7 min. 2000 JOSE LIGHT TOWER a half-scale replica can be seen at the San Jose History Park. Includes information on the introduction of electricity to the Bay Area and the Pan Pacific Expo in 1915. 6818 MY 20TH CENTURY- SAN Take a first hand look at the Bay Area's correctional facility through the E,M,H 7 min, 2000 QUENTIN WARDEN eyes of its female warden, Jeanne Wooford. She describes the turbulence in past decades, witnessing executions and the recent decline in prison violence. 6825 MY 20TH CENTURY- Focuses on the evolution the Silicon Valley. What was once acres of E,M,H 7 min. 2000 SILICON VALLEY cherry orchards has transforms into shopping malls and hi-tech business ORCHARDS complexes. Local farmers share their personal accounts of the changing nature of the region. 6822 MY 20TH CENTURY- A look at the local aviation pioneer who constructed one of the world's E,M,H 7 min. 2000 STANLEY HILLER first operable helicopters. Follow his work from the early forties up through the Korean War when his model was tested and used in military operations as a prototype for what is widely used today. 6830 MY 20TH CENTURY- Shows us the inventor and invention of the T.V. locally here in San E,M,H 7 min 2000 TELEVISION NIGHTS Francisco, its rise in popularity and affect on the general public and lifestyle. 6804 MY 20TH CENTURY- TRANS A look at the local airline that, at its peak revenue topped 50 million E,M,H 7 min. 2000 OCEAN AIRLINES dollars. From its Oakland airport the planes hopped around the globe ferrying passengers, cargo, even refugees. 6795 MY 20TH CENTURY- VJ Local residents recount the day World War II officially ended. Includes E,M,H 7 min. 2000 DAY IN SF a look at the Presidio, naval bases and shipyards, and routine blackouts. 6827 MY 20TH CENTURY- Chronicles the longshoremen strike of the West Coast during the Great E,M,H 7 min. 2000 WATERFRONT Depression. After violent confrontations between dockworkers, police, and strikers, two longshoremen were killed, dozens injured or gassed, and many more outraged. The National Guard was called in with its troops and tanks to put an end to the riots, but after funeral processions for the dead, the whole city organized a general strike that eventually won organization for all workers 6797 MY 20TH CENTURY- A look at Golden Gate Park's surviving windmill that once pumped E,M,H 7min. 2000 WINDMILLS water to irrigate the park and its gardens 6788 MY COUNTRY: A NAVAJO Explores the lifestyle of a young boy living on a Navajo reservation E,M 25 min 1988 BOY'S STORY 1335 NATIONAL PARKS: Travels to such magical places as Yosemite, Yellowstone, Mt. E,M,H,A 23 min. 1986 PROMISES AND McKinley, and the Grand Canyon to explain the significant role played CHALLENGES by our national parks. 2574 NATIONS OF THE WORLD: Introduces the Aboriginals, and re-creates the coming of the Europeans. E,M,H,A 25 min. 1987 AUSTRALIA States that in the vast empty outback, miners, and farmers create Australia's great wealth. 2567 NATIONS OF THE WORLD: Points out that while most of the region shares an Indian and Spanish E,M,H,A 25 min. 1987 CENTRAL AMERICA heritage and a tropical climate, the seven Central American countries differ in terms of economic development, cultural traditions, and political stability. 2570 NATIONS OF THE WORLD: Visits the cities of East Berlin, Leipzig, Dresden, Rostock; observe E,M,H,A 25 min. 1987 EAST GERMANY important industries and an agricultural Cooperative. Why East Berlin is the showplace of the Communist World. Witness the birth of the German Democratic Republic. 2572 NATIONS OF THE WORLD: Visits this modern Middle Eastern power; observes industry and E,M,H,A 25 min. 1987 EGYPT agriculture along the Nile, and the port of Alexandria; Cairo, the largest city in Africa. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 53 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 2573 NATIONS OF THE WORLD: Examines Israel's history, biblical, modern records, geographic beauty; E,M,H,A 25 min. 1987 ISRAEL introduces its nationality and religious groups and observes life on a kibbutz. 2569 NATIONS OF THE WORLD: Visits Japan's villages and cities. Japan has manufactured and exported E,M,H,A 25 min. 1987 JAPAN its way to prominence in the modern world. 2565 NATIONS OF THE WORLD: Observes life in Mexico today--in its factories and cities, on its farms, E,M,H,A 25 min. 1987 MEXICO and along its border with the United States. 2566 NATIONS OF THE WORLD: Visits the great cities of the historic Islamic region-- Tashkent, Bukhara E,M,H,A 25 min. 1987 SOVIET UNION and Samarkand. Shows how irrigation enables the people to farm their arid land. Visits the fastest growing population region of the Soviet Union--the Central Asia region. 2571 NATIONS OF THE WORLD: Examines the country's birth after World War II and the "economic E,M,H,A 25 min. 1987 WEST GERMANY miracle" that transformed Germany into one of the world's most powerful industrial states. Travel to West Berlin, and the lowlands of the north coast to the Bavarian Alps. 2568 NATIONS OF THE WORLD: Explores Yugoslavia's diverse cultures, many religious and ethnic E,M,H,A 25 min. 1987 YUGOSLAVIA groups, three major languages, two official alphabets. Visits Yugoslavia's cities, farms, factories. 4938 NATIVE AMERICAN MYTHS This video presents American tribes and their legends and beliefs in an E,M,H 24 min. 1988 animated format. 6602 NATIVE AMERICANS: Authentic recreation of an Anasazi cliff dwelling village shows how E,M 25 min. 1998 PEOPLE OF THE DESERT these ancestors of the modern Hopi adapted to their environment. The Anasazi achieved the highest level of cultural development in the Southwest and were among the first farmers. 6604 NATIVE AMERICANS: Dense forests, streams, lakes and waterfalls were home to the Iroquois, E,M 23 min. 1998 PEOPLE OF THE FOREST the Cherokee, the Chippewa and others. The typical life of these Eastern Woodland Indians is seen through a Chippewa family. 6603 NATIVE AMERICANS: These people of the coast have many names..Tlinget, Haida, Salish, E,M 23 min. 1998 PEOPLE OF THE Tsimshian. Different names and different languages yet they share a NORTHWEST COAST common background of survival along the rugged coastlines and dense forests. 6605 NATIVE AMERICANS: The Comanche, the Blackfeet, the Cheyenne, the Sioux- these and E,M,H 24 min. 1998 PEOPLE OF THE PLAINS others were the tribes of the plains. Each had a different name and a different language; however, they all hunted buffalo for food, clothing and hide for their homes. Follow a Sioux family and see what happens during the day. 367 NATURAL SCIENCE--THE America's Inland Sea--Discusses the economic and industrial activity E,M 20 min. 1980 GREAT SALT LAKE around the lake and speculates on its future as recreational area. 2012 NEWS TRAVELS FAST: ALL Describes the incredible work involved in TV newscasting. Shows E,M,H 18 min. 1986 ABOUT T.V. NEWSCASTING behind-the-scenes team essential to the presentation, the producer, assistant producer, assignment editor, videotape editor and director. 6813 NMY 20TH CENTURY- A focus on the life of the singer including his art work, acting, term in E,M,H 7 min. 2000 TONY BENNETT World War II, and local charity work 1800 NORTH AMERICA: Traces the history and development of transportation and E,M 15 min. 1986 GROWTH OF A communications. CONTINENT--DELIVERING THE GOODS 1812 NORTH AMERICA: Describes the origins of the North American continent and explores the E,M 15 min. 1986 GROWTH OF A main geographic regions and river systems. CONTINENT--FROM THE BEGINNING 1804 NORTH AMERICA: Examines the major mining regions of the continent and the minerals E,M 15 min. 1986 GROWTH OF A they yield. CONTINENT--FROM THE GROUND UP Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 54 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 1805 NORTH AMERICA: Discusses the fishing industry, primary fishing grounds and the major E,M 15 min. 1986 GROWTH OF A methods of catching fish. CONTINENT--HARVESTING THE SEA 1806 NORTH AMERICA: Examines the history, growth, present conditions and future concerns of E,M 15 min. 1986 GROWTH OF A the forest products industry. CONTINENT--LOGGING THE LAND 1811 NORTH AMERICA: Emphasizes map skills, demonstrates the problems of transferring E,M 15 min. 1986 GROWTH OF A information from a globe to a map and introduces latitude and time CONTINENT--MAPPING zones. THE LAND 1810 NORTH AMERICA: Explains the variety of climatic zones in North America and the factors E,M 15 min. 1986 GROWTH OF A which affect climate. CONTINENT--PATTERNS OF CLIMATE 1803 NORTH AMERICA: Features the origins, history and future of fossil fuels, with particular E,M 15 min. 1986 GROWTH OF A emphasis on the increasing important energy resource--coal. CONTINENT--THE FOSSIL STOREHOUSE 1801 NORTH AMERICA: Examines the manufacturing process and explores the differences and E,M 15 min. 1986 GROWTH OF A interdependence of primary, secondary and tertiary industries. CONTINENT--THE MAN- MADE WORLD 1802 NORTH AMERICA: Shows how people first harnessed energy and discusses various sources E,M 15 min. 1986 GROWTH OF A of electrical power including water, thermal heat and nuclear power. CONTINENT--THE SEARCH FOR POWER 1808 NORTH AMERICA: Explains how different races shaped the social, political and economic E,M 15 min. 1986 GROWTH OF A face of the continent and how industrialization has caused massive CONTINENT--THEN CAME migration from rural urban centers. MAN 1807 NORTH AMERICA: Examines how progress is traced from pioneer farming to the highly E,M 15 min. 1986 GROWTH OF A developed agricultural operations of today. CONTINENT--TILLING THE LAND 1809 NORTH AMERICA: Explores the relationships between climate, soil, vegetables and E,M 15 min. 1986 GROWTH OF A humans. Shows how glaciation, weathering and erosion contribute to CONTINENT--VEGETATION the formation of fertile topsoil. AND SOIL 6607 NORTH VS SOUTH IN THE Geography in US. History-Highlights the regional differences between E,M 20 min. 94 FOUNDING OF THE USA the northern and southern states that complicated efforts to establish a 1787-1796 workable constitutional govermment. Explores the roles of Madison and Washington in this process. 2799 NOT WORTH A Explores the hardships experienced by soldiers and citizens during the E,M,H,A 21 min. 1986 CONTINENTAL Revolution. 561 OF TIME, TOMBS, AND Go on a journey to Egypt and the final resting place of a young king E,M,H,A 27 min. 1982 TREASURE: THE who ruled 3,000 years ago. Tells the story of the tomb's discovery in TREASURES OF 1922 and shows examples of the tomb's fabulous treasures. TUTANKHAMUN 6946 ONE MORE MOUNTAIN Spark students' interest in an exciting and harrowing chapter of E,M,H 92 min. 1994 American history with the story of Margaret Reed and the Donner party. 3053 ONLY ONE EARTH: Highlights a family of the Szchewan Providence in southwest China E,M,H,A 30 min. 1987 CHINA'S CHANGING FACE who run a modern fashion tailoring business, as well as tend the farm land allotted to them by the government. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 55 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 3054 ONLY ONE EARTH: CITY IN Examines the overpopulation of Lima, Peru and some inhabitants who E,M,H,A 30 min. 1988 THE SAND join together as a community to establish a new town and their efforts to give their children opportunities they never had. 3055 ONLY ONE EARTH: PEOPLE Examines the nomadic people of North Kenya who are now moving into E,M,H,A 30 min. 1988 OF THE DESERT permanent settlements and the many adjustments they must make in their daily living. 3057 ONLY ONE EARTH: THE Visits the Galapagos Islands and some of the animals that are slowly E,M,H,A 30 min. 1988 SINKING ARK becoming extinct. Examines economic resources of Indonesia, Japan and Africa and the need to save the rain forests. 4677 OPERATION DESERT Records the first few days of the war with Iraq and shows how it looks E,M,H 30 min. 1991 STORM #1 on TV. Shows also interviews with children, especially those of near draft age, and the reactions to President Bush's sending troops and bombs. 545 OROVILLE KALEIDOSCOPE Oroville Dam, keystone of the State Water Project, is one of the largest E,M 11 min. 1973 earthfill dams in the world. Shows the activities which built the dam and describes the kaleidoscope of benefits. 2936 OTHER SIDE OF THE Examines the impact of the Immigration Reform and Control Act of E,M,H,A 60 min. 1986 BORDER 1986. 974 OUR HISPANO-AMERICAN Illustrates the social customs that Cuban Americans, Mexican P,E 10 min. FRIENDS Americans and Puerto Rican Americans have brought to this country. 973 OUR NATIVE-AMERICAN Shows Native-American youngsters combining their heritage and P,E 10 min. FRIENDS culture with modern day advances. 104 PACIFIC BRIDGES--DO OUR A series of six programs emphasizing the cultural traditions and P,E,M,H,A 30 min. 1975 BEST historical contributions of Asian Americans in the growth of the United States. This film deals with some of the recent achievements of Asian- Americans. 103 PACIFIC BRIDGES--STAND A series of six programs emphasizing the cultural traditions and P,E,M,H,A 30 min. 1975 TALL historical contributions of Asian-Americans in the growth of the United States. This program deals with the struggle of Asian-Americans against racism and oppression. 102 PACIFIC BRIDGES-- A series of six programs emphasizing the cultural traditions and P,E,M,H,A 30 min. 1975 STAYING HERE historical contributions of Asian-Americans in the growth of the United States. This film shows the lifestyles and the meaning of particular social institutions. 105 PACIFIC BRIDGES--THEN Series of six programs emphasizing cultural traditions and historical P,E,M,H,A 30 min. 1975 AND NOW contributions of Asian-Americans to the growth of the United States. This final film highlights and summarizes the series. 6426 PACIFIC WEST REGION- The Pacific West Region has some of the most diverse and spectacular E,M 20 min. 1994 ALASKA, WASHINGTON, scenery of any part of the U.S., and yet each state has one thing in OREGON, CALIFORNIA, common - the Pacific Ocean. HAWAII 6712 PASSPORT TO JAPAN: (3) Community - Tour various Japanese communities for an E,M 41 min. 1999 KONNICHIWA 3+4 introduction to the geography, history and industry of Japan (4) Traditions - Visit Kyoto, the cultural capital of Japan, to learn about its rich and long cultural heritage. 6711 PASSPORT TO JAPAN; (1) School - Go to school for a day in Japan and see Japanese children E,M 42 min. 1999 KONNICHIWA 1+2 waking up, walking to school, participating in the classroom, etc. (2) Family - Spend an average day with two Japanese families. 4922 PEOPLE OF INDIA This visit to the land of India is a surprise to the western visitor. We E,M,H 18 min. 1987 might imagine that this old country is all the same, but the reality is that this is a varigated culture of many peoples, religions and customs. 4903 PEOPLE OF ISRAEL Established in 1948, Israel is predominantly Jewish with an Arab E,M,H 18 min. 1987 minority. This program looks at today's Israel and the past as well. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 56 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 4098 PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY OF Shows fertile heartland of central Canada and the United States, follows E,M 20 min. 1989 NORTH AMERICA: THE the course of the Mississippi-Missouri river system, examines CENTRAL LOWLANDS relationship of geography and weather in the region, and notes typical flora and fauna. 4094 PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY OF Explores the Atlantic coastal plain and Appalachian highlands. Reveals E,M 20 min. 1989 NORTH AMERICA: THE the diversity of plant and animal life in the Chesapeake Bay and Florida EAST Everglades. 4097 PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY OF Explores northern regions of North America including permanent ice E,M 20 min. 1989 NORTH AMERICA: THE caps of the high arctic, frozen tundra, and deep forests of the taiga, and NORTHLANDS examines the interrelationship of climate plant life, and animal life in this harsh environment. 4093 PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY OF Explores the geographically active regions from Baja Peninsula to E,M 20 min. 1989 NORTH AMERICA: THE Alaska, including volcanoes and fault line. Discusses reasons for PACIFIC EDGE climatic differences in the area, also notes indigenous plant and animal life. (Does not mention '89 Quake.) 4095 PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY OF Shows Rocky Mountains, including Canadian Rockets and Yellowstone. E,M 20 min. 1989 NORTH AMERICA: THE Reveals how the mountains are shaped by wind, water, fire and ice. ROCKY MOUNTAINS Examines plant and animal life at different elevations. 4096 PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY OF Explores through the use of computer animation as well as dramatic and E,M 20 min. 1989 NORTH AMERICA: THE documentary film footage, the plateaus, gorges, and deserts of the WESTERN DRY LANDS western United States and Mexico. Also, shows the plants and animals living in the region. 6199 PILGRIMS OF PLYMOUTH This program shows the lives of the earliest settlers in the process of E,M 26 min. 1996 living their daily lives. 6786 PLACER GOLD (REV. ED.) Describes the life of miners during the California Gold Rush. E,M 11 min 1992 877 POINT REYES NATIONAL Reviews the rich legacy of this coastal region. Includes glimpses of E,M,H 24 min. 1981 SEASHORE rare animal species, "lost" birds of America, families of seals and a historic lighthouse. 240 POLICE HORSES This program shows the how and why of police horses in this modern P,E 30 min. 1975 mobile age--to go where cars cannot; to guard us and protect us; to perform traffic and security patrol duties. 4940 POMO BASKETWEAVERS: This video focuses on the peoples of the tribes that are called Pomo and E,M,H,A 59 min. 1994 A TRIBUTE TO THREE their rich heritage. ELDERS 6451 PORTRAIT OF AFRICA "Portrait of Africa" presents a remarkable array of people, places, E,M 56 min. 1989 wildlife and timeless ways with gorgeous detail and rhapsodic grace. You can witness the untouched splendor of Africa. Set to music of Vangelis and vocalist Miriam Makeba, the sight and sound odyssey takes you from Tanzania's sweeping Serengeti to towering Mt. Kilimanjaro, from Kenya to the volcanic shores of Lake Turkana. 4284 PROPHET OF PEACE: THE Depicts the key events of King`s life in a unique cartoon strip style P,E,M,H 23 min. 1986 STORY OF DR. MARTIN biography as told by the kids of the nationally syndicated "Wee Pals" LUTHER KING, JR. cartoon strip. 10040 PYRAMID SCHOOL KIT The three 20-minute Instructional Video Modules with Teachers' Guide E,M 90 min. 1989 depicts ancient Egypt by incorporating animated story-telling with live- action documentary sequences. Chronicles the building of the pyramid of King Khufu during Egypt's Fourth Dynasty, circa 2500 B.C. One 30- minute Video Resource Tape and Resource Guide contains over 60 visual images, divided into six study groupings. Each image is numbered and held for 30 seconds. 3560 RAILROAD: ONE By the 1850's railroads were drastically changing the American way of E,M,H,A 14 min. 1988 NATION...INDIVISIBLE life and its geography. 3558 RAILROAD: Tells the story of the Central Pacific and the Union Pacific railroads, E,M,H,A 16 min. 1988 TRANSCONTINENTAL and the first transcontinental railroad. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 57 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 6791 RANCHO LIFE Pictures the history of and life on a typical Spanish ranch in Old E 22 min 1998 California. Scenes include measuring the land, tilling the soil with plows and oxen, activities of vaqueros , trading with Boston sailing ships, and rancheros at a fiesta. 1967 REALM OF THE ALLIGATOR Features the Okefenokee, one of the largest freshwater swamps in the P,E,M,H 60 min. 1986 United States. Examines the swamp's unique ecosystem, alligators and the nest of a red-billed turtle. 5029 REBEKA GOES TO CHINA Rebeka moves to China with her family. This video describes her E,M 27 min. 1993 attending school, learning to read and speak Manchurian, and her family life. 1581 REMEMBER ME Nominated for an Academy Award in the short subject category. E,M,H 16 min. 1989 Produced by UNICEF and UN Environment Programme for the International Year of the Child. Narrated by Dick Cavett. Shows children in USA, Guatemala, Thailand, Nepal, Bangladesh, Egypt, Tanzania, and the dreams they may never realize. 543 RIPARIAN VEGETATION Natural plant growth in and along California's rivers must be managed E,M 14 min. 1981 to strike a balance between competing interests of farming and flood control. The Reclamation Board has set a policy which will improve channels and wildlife habitat and be acceptable to affected landowners. 857 RULES ARE GOOD Helps children understand rules and the reasons behind them. P,E 13 min. 1986 DIRECTIONS 985 SAFETY ON OUR SCHOOL Illustrates the proper conduct on the school bus and emphasizes the P,E 13 min. BUS (2ND ED) responsibilities of riders in maintaining safety. 2036 SAN FRANCISCO Highlights San Francisco history, the Gold Rush of 1849, first E,M,H,A 26 min. 1986 continental railroad,and earthquake of 1906. Visits Golden Gate Bridge, cable cars, Alcatraz, and Chinatown. 4935 SAN FRANCISCO The San Francisco of yesterday and today is examined in photos and E,M,H,A 28 min. 1996 film. 1564 SAN FRANCISCO: THE Shows historic footage of the Bridge being build in the 1930's, and an E,M,H,A 28 min. 1987 GOLDEN GATE interview with a man who helped to build the Bridge. Visits Alcatraz Island, Chinatown's New Year, Cable Car ride with Bell Ringing Champion. 2937 SEASONS OF A NAVAJO Describes two generations and how they have survived with changing E,M,H,A 60 min. 1985 seasons. 1214 SEEING THROUGH Analyzes the techniques and motivations behind TV commercials. P,E 15 min. COMMERCIALS Points out how narration can be misleading. 3168 SERENGETI DIARY Views the Serengeti and its amazing array of wildlife through the eyes E,M,H,A 60 min. 1988 of a Masai elder, a bush pilot, a wildlife biologist and wildlife photographer Baron Hugo Van Lawick. 5087 SIMPLE AND COMPOUND A look at simple machinery and how it works. E,M 22 min. 1997 MACHINES: HOW THEY WORK 2078 SING DOWN THE MOON (2 Follows Bright Morning, a young Navajo girl who looks forward to her E,M 37 min. 1986 PARTS) marriage, when she is sold into slavery and joins the 300 mile walk to Fort Sumner. 2771 SOCIALISM Examines how Socialism was developed as a response to the abuse of E,M,H,A 25 min. 1986 workers brought about by the Industrial Revolution. 2801 SONG OF MOLASSES Tells the story of a shipowner's cargo being seized when he fails to pay E,M,H,A 22 min. 1986 a British tax. 6422 SOUTH AFRICA: A LAND From Apartheid to its first democratic elections, there is more to this E,M 20 min. 1995 APART country than just the headlines. The video explores diverse geography, nature resources and remarkable game reserves and travels to Cape Town and Johannesburg, the two largest cities in South Africa. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 58 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 1365 SOUTH AMERICA WITH Describes the cultural influence of the Spanish, the Catholic religion, E,M,H,A 28 min. 1985 RICARDO MONTALBAN and the Indians of the past beginning with the Incas of Peru on the dance, music, religion and language of today's South America. 2511 SPAIN A LA CARTE Highlights of all the color and richness of today's Spain. E,M,H,A 40 min. 1983 2719 SPIRIT OF THE LAND: Documents the Yup'ik Eskimos of Western Alaska. Elders and E,M,H 30 min. 1987 ALASKA/THE YUP'IK teenagers voice their hopes and concern, and what it means to be a ESKIMOS Yup'ik. 2720 SPIRIT OF THE LAND: Dramatizes the Hawaiian myths and legends. Viewers become aware of E,M,H 30 min. 1987 HAWAII/CONTINUING the means and motives for the voyages of the ancient Polynesians. TRADITIONS 1929 STORY OF A PATRIOT Introduces the historic events and basic ideas of freedom forged in E,M,H,A 36 min. 1986 Williamsburg during the crucial period when colonists faced British pressures meeting force with force. 1715 STORYBOUND: IT'S NOT Portrays the honest and sensitive exploration of divorce from the point E,M 15 min. 1986 THE END OF THE WORLD of view of a 12 year old. 2004 STURBRIDGE Visits Old Sturbridge Village, Massachusetts, a New England village E,M,H,A 30 min. 1986 restored to the condition of 1790-1840. Shows authentic workers and activities of the period. 2025 SWEET LAND OF LIBERTY Reviews the 100th birthday celebration of the Statue of Liberty. Shows E,M,H,A 30 min. 1986 high-tech speed editing of the sports action, marching formations, and fireworks finale. 3079 SWISS ADVENTURE Takes a trip to Switzerland, with a look at farm life, village life, and E,M,H,A 20 min. 1988 swiss customs. 1187 TAHTONKA An historic re-enactment of the Plains Indians' culture, from the pre- E,M,H,A 30 min. horse era to the time of the Wounded Knee massacre. Discusses the Indians' dependence upon the buffalo. 273 TEACHING CHILDREN Methods for teaching poison prevention in the elementary school are P,E,M,H,A 14 min. 1976 POISON PREVENTION presented. A free study guide with spirit masters is available from Parke, Davis & Company, Box 118, Detroit, Michigan, 48232. 3548 TEDDIE Documents the development of Teddy Roosevelt from a physically E,M 19 min. 1988 weak asthmatic child to the President of the United States, whose passion for animals, ornithology and taxidermy combined to build the character of a man who led the nation for eight years. 6787 TEXAS AND THE MEXICAN This program brings to life the days of Stephen Austin, Davy Crockett, E,M,H 14 min 1997 CESSION Jim Bowie, Santa Ana, Sam Houston, and the thousands of men and women who claimed the Texas territory for themselves 2173 THE 1880'S Shows a fast and fascinating survey of the 1800's in America. Between E,M,H,A 32 min. 1986 1880 and 1890 four states joined the Union and the population increased 13 million to a total of 63 million. 4941 THE AFRICAN AMERICAN The culture, history and times of the African American people. E,M 20 min. 1994 EXPERIENCE, PART I 1500- 1864 A.D. 6461 THE AMERICAN This program examines the English roots of the U.S. Constitution, E,M,H 57 min. 1994 CONSTITUTION: THE explaining how the fundamental principles of "rule of law" and "limited ROAD FROM RUNNYMEDE government" have been translated into the American system. Host Christopher Reeve guides viewers through dramatic recreations covering 600 years of political struggle from the Magna Carta in 1215 to the Philadelphia Convention of 1787. 6580 THE ANASAZI: BUILDERS The Native American culture known as the Anasazi lived in the E,M 20 min. 1996 OF AMERICA'S FIRST CITIES American Southwest between 700 BC and 1600 AD. This program explores their incredible cliff cities, the first civilizations of their kind in America. 3116 THE ANCIENT GREEKS: Introduces the Greek gods and legends with the myth of Perseus, shows E,M,H 20 min. 1988 PART 1--ATHENA'S CITY viewers the significance of this ancient culture today and looks at Greek architecture. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 59 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 3117 THE ANCIENT GREEKS: Completes the story of Perseus and shows how archaeology helps us E,M,H 26 min. 1988 PART 2--GREEK POTTERY learn about the past. Shows Greek pottery from which we derive much of our knowledge of ancient Greece. 3118 THE ANCIENT GREEKS: Looks at domestic life, living standards and the role of women in E,M,H 20 min. 1988 PART 3--WOMEN AND ancient Greek society. Begins the story of the Golden Fleece. CHILDREN 3119 THE ANCIENT GREEKS: Finishes the story of the Golden Fleece and recreates a typical day at E,M,H 20 min. 1988 PART 4--GREEK SCHOOLS school in ancient Greece. Explores contributions to language and science. 3470 THE BOSTON TEA PARTY Students meet the men who molded a nation--including Paul Revere and E,M 30 min. 1988 Samuel Adams--and watch the citizens of Boston participate in an event that helped start a fight for freedom. 532 THE CALIFORNIA Historical perspective on the 1976-77 drought, the most severe in E,M 28 min. 1980 DROUGHT California history. 537 THE CHANGING DELTA The Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, just east of San Francisco is one of E,M 20 min. 1974 the state's most important natural resources. This film describes the Delta's history, its present-day uses and considers its future. 4409 THE CHINESE WAY OF LIFE Shows the Republic of China, the most populous nation in the world, E,M,H,A 24 min. 1986 with it's one billion people that combine fifty-six different ethnic backgrounds. 6434 THE CIVIL WAR: THE Tension and deep-seeded hostility had been growing for a long time E,M 19 min. 1997 SOUTH SECEDES AND WAR between the North and South. Separate cultures eventually led several BEGINS states to secede. Genuine period photos, recreations and artwork illustrate events and conditions that led to the Civil War. 2042 THE CONSTITUTION: THE Shows distinguished actors who re-create the tense exchanges between E,M,H,A 27 min. 1986 COMPROMISE THAT MADE the Colonial leaders who met in secret sessions in Philadelphia in May A NATION 1789. Re-creates the passionate arguments that preceded the forming of the Constitution. Puts difficult concepts into conversational language readily understood by young adults. 4591 THE DEVELOPMENT OF Depicts some of the earliest methods of transportation in the United E,M,H 10 min. 1989 TRANSPORTATION (3RD States developed largely out of the need to surmount the obstacles that ED.) had prevented westward expansion of the nation. 4360 THE DRAGON'S TEARS In this Japanese fairy tale, unique artwork is used to tell about a dragon P,E 6 min. 1983 who lives in a mountain cave and terrifies the village below. One boy invites the dragon to his birthday party. 564 THE EYE OF JEFFERSON Thomas Jefferson was a man of remarkable achievements. This is a E,M,H,A 27 min. 1982 survey of Jefferson's journeys through Europe, where he found inspiration for many of his ideas on architecture and landscaping, as seen in his later designs. 3688 THE FRENCH AND INDIAN Recreates events of the war and presents major historical characters: E,M,H 15 min. 1988 WAR (REV.) Washington, Franklin, Braddock and Wolfe. Shows places and events that decided the fate of a continent: Ft. Necessity, Ft. Niagara, the Albany Conference, Braddock's Defeat and the battle for Quebec. 3675 THE GREAT AMERICAN Discusses the four true and distinct North American deserts that extend E,M,H 15 min 1988 DESERT west beyond the Mississippi. Here the division of mountain streams and the damming of the Colorado River have created fertile oases and population growth that lead to concern over the future of these deserts. 3188 THE GREAT SALT LAKE: Discusses the history, the geology, the ecology and the mineralogy of E,M,H,A 18 min. 1987 AMERICA'S INLAND SEA the Great Salt Lake. 3692 THE HOME Follows members of a pioneer family of the early 1800's as they select a E,M,H 11 min 1988 site, build a log cabin, and eventually move in the few necessities they brought with them. 1876 THE HUMAN FACE OF Portrays two Toyko residents who cope with the struggle and the E,M,H,A 28 min. 1982 JAPAN: A WORKING rewards of living in a city of 12 million people. COUPLE Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 60 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 1875 THE HUMAN FACE OF Portrays a rural family who make their living from the sea. Shows the E,M,H,A 28 min. 1982 JAPAN: RAW FISH AND Vice Governor of the Iwate province who works to introduce modern PICKLE agricultural methods that will improve Japan`s self sufficiency in food products. 1874 THE HUMAN FACE OF Portrays young men seeking top executive positions through hard work E,M,H,A 28 min. 1982 JAPAN: THE CAREER and intense competition. Explores students at the University of Tokyo ESCALATOR and a senior executive of Mitsubishi. 1873 THE HUMAN FACE OF Portrays how high tech meets the revered traditions of ancient E,M,H,A 28 min. 1982 JAPAN: TOMORROW AND civilization. Follows daily events in the Kimura family bringing up YESTERDAY children, social relations in the work- place and spiritual training. 6621 THE LONG WAY HOME For the majority of Holocaust survivors, World War II did not end with E,M,H 116 min. 1995 their liberation from Nazi concentration and death camps. The film depicts how the battle to rebuild human dignity continued long after the Allies' victory. 6581 THE NEW ENGLAND This program searches the roots of Puritans and Pilgrims and paints an E,M 20 min. 1997 COLONISTS: PILGRIMS accurate picture of events that brought these religious exiles to AND PURITANS (1517-1692) America. 6606 THE NEW WORLD Three major cultures, the Native American, Europeans and the Africans E,M,H 27 min. 1998 ENCOUNTERED were on the verge of encounter. Columbus seeking the eastern coast of India, Cabot a water passage to the Asian continent, Prince Henry a quick route along the coast of Africa - these destinations defined the age of exploration as the 1500's dawned in Europe. 3228 THE OREGON TRAIL Re-creates the tremendous saga of the Westward crossing of the E,M,H,A 25 min. 1987 American continent through the eyes of a pioneer family. Filmed in the reconstructed frontier town of New Salem, Illinois. 6093 THE PAST This program looks at the past and its important role today and in the E 26 min. 1991 future. A look at fossil fuels is an example. 2812 THE PEOPLE VS. JOB Depicts the economic problems faced by veterans returning after the E,M,H,A 29 min. 1985 SHATTUCK American Revolution. Analyzes concepts of law, justice, and treason. 6792 THE PONY EXPRESS Describes the route of the riders, their horses and equipment. E,M 12 min 1992 (AMERICAN HISTORY SERIES) 2385 THE STOCK MARKET: Investigates the world of how stocks are bought and sold, the pitfalls of E,M,H,A 23 min. 1987 INVESTIGATE BEFORE YOU and pleasures of investing. Learn why companies raise capital, why INVEST stock fluctuates. 2449 THE U.S. CONSTITUTION-- CHECKS AND BALANCES IN THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. E,M,H,A 30 min. 1988 CHECKS AND BALANCES How and why does the Constitution provide for the separation of powers? 2448 THE U.S. CONSTITUTION-- THE RULE OF LAW IN A FREE SOCIETY. How are countries that E,M,H,A 30 min. 1988 CONSTITUTIONAL have constitutional government different from those that do not? What GOVERNMENT is gained by it and lost without it? 2452 THE U.S. CONSTITUTION-- To whom does the Fourteenth Amendment guarantee of equal E,M,H,A 30 min. 1988 EQUAL PROTECTION OF protection apply, and in what circumstances? How should equality be THE LAW balanced with liberty in a free society? 2450 THE U.S. CONSTITUTION-- BALANCE OF POWER BETWEEN NATIONAL AND STATE E,M,H,A 30 min. 1988 FEDERALISM GOVERNMENTS. How and why are powers divided and shared by the federal and state government? 2453 THE U.S. CONSTITUTION-- How does the constitution provide security for property rights and E,M,H,A 30 min. 1988 THE CONSTITUTION AND opportunities for free enterprise? THE ECONOMY 2451 THE U.S. GOVERNMENT-- FREEDOM OF SPEECH. To whom does the First Amendment E,M,H,A 30 min. 1988 FREEDOM OF SPEECH guarantee of free speech apply? If free speech is an essential condition of democracy, why has it sometimes been limited? Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 61 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 6429 THE VIKING VOYAGE Leif Eiriksson, son of Eirik the Red, became the first European to land E,M 53 min. 1992 in North America. One thousand years later, an expedition of nine men and one woman commemorate Eiriksson's historic journey by repeating the voyage in a 76-foot ship replica. 3677 THE WAR OF 1812 (REV.) Discusses the events that led to America declaring war with Britain and E,M,H 14 min. 1988 the stunning American land and naval victories that ended the war and which spurred American industry, stimulated national pride and shaped our relationship with Canada. 2839 THE WORLD: A TV HUMAN ORIGINS 10,000,000 BC - 8,000 BC: Presents the history of E,M,H,A 26 min. 1987 HISTORY #1--10,000,000 BC - mankind on a global scale, the dawn of mankind and the classical 8,000 BC civilizations to the great empires of ancient and modern history, the revolutions and world wars of the 20th century. 2848 THE WORLD: A TV THE MONGOL ONSLAUGHT 850-1500: Describes the Mongols led E,M,H,A 26 min. 1987 HISTORY #10--850 - 1500 by Genghis Khan, legendary for their military skills and horsemanship, as going on to create one of the largest empires in world history. 2849 THE WORLD: A TV EXPANSION OF EUROPE 1250-1500: In 1347 catastrophe struck in E,M,H,A 26 min. 1987 HISTORY #11--1250 - 1500 the form of the Black Death, depleting the world of one- third of its population. The skills of early navigators lead to the discovery of the New World. 2850 THE WORLD: A TV CHINA IN TRANSITION 581-1279: After centuries of disunity Tan E,M,H,A 26 min. 1987 HISTORY #12--581 - 1279 Chien proclaimed himself emperor of the Sui Dynasty. Many engineering and educational achievements took place making China the most literate of the pre-modern societies. 2851 THE WORLD: A TV CHINA AND JAPAN 1279-1683: Kublai Kahn brought the whole of E,M,H,A 26 min. 1987 HISTORY #13--1279 - 1683 China under foreign rule for the first time in history; later the Ming Dynasty built the Great Wall. In Japan, under the Shoguns the influence of Zen Buddism was evident. 2852 THE WORLD: A TV THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE 1280-1683: Eight centuries after the Turks E,M,H,A 26 min. 1987 HISTORY #14--1280 - 1683 emerged from Central Asia they captured the Byzantine city of Constantinople, changed its name to Istanbul and made it their new capital. 2853 THE WORLD: A TV AFRICA BEFORE THE EUROPEANS 100-1500: Many great E,M,H,A 26 min. 1987 HISTORY #15--100 - 1500 civilizations and empires rose and fell in Africa leaving a great cultural heritage. The gradual spread of the Bantu peoples from their homeland in the Cameroons displaced the hunting people of the south making agriculture and animal herding the main pursuit of rural people. 2854 THE WORLD: A TV THE AMERICAS BEFORE THE EUROPEANS 300-1500: The Maya, E,M,H,A 26 min. 1987 HISTORY #16--300 - 1500 Aztec and Inca civilizations that existed in Central and South America built remarkable cities and places of worship and paved roads. Their intellectual achievements were equally impressive, but none of these great empires survived the Spanish Conquistadors. 2855 THE WORLD: A TV EUROPE: STATE AND POWER 1435-1700: Starting with the 13th E,M,H,A 26 min. 1987 HISTORY #17--1435 - 1700 century, followed by the next five centuries Europe extended its domination all over the globe. This came from direct colonization and the adoption of European styles and ideas by non-European countries. 2856 THE WORLD: A TV THE WEST AND THE WIDER WORLD 1510-1800: Magellan E,M,H,A 26 min. 1987 HISTORY #18--1510 - 1800 circumnavigated the globe and marked the start of European domination of the world, the shift of power from the Mediterranean to west and north-west Europe, the colonial empires of Spain and Portugal and the increase of Dutch trade and power. 2857 THE WORLD: A TV ASIA 1600-1800: The response of Asian societies to the arrival of E,M,H,A 26 min. 1987 HISTORY #19--1600 - 1800 Europeans in China and Japan was technology ceased to advance. In India the British were able to play off the Indian elements against each other. 2840 THE WORLD: A TV THE AGRICULTURAL REVOLUTION 8,000 BC-5,000 BC: E,M,H,A 26 min. 1987 HISTORY #2--8,000 BC - 5000 Describes the transformation of man, the hunter and fisher, into the BC farmer. This decisive development in world history provided the basis for the spectacular growth in the human population. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 62 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 2858 THE WORLD: A TV THE AGE OF REVOLUTIONS 1776-1848: Describes the outbreak of E,M,H,A 26 min. 1987 HISTORY #20--1776-1848 revolutions between 1750 and 1800 against the great European monarchies even across the Atlantic to North and South America, the French Revolution and Napolean's rise to power, and the influence of Karl Marx. 2859 THE WORLD: A TV THE MAKING OF RUSSIA 1480-1860: From the Viking expansion E,M,H,A 26 min. 1987 HISTORY #21--1480 - 1860 the first Russian Dynasty was created. Under Peter the Great St. Petersburg was built. Under Catherine the Great Russia began developing into a power in the West. Peasant unrest led to the fall of the Tsars. 2860 THE WORLD: A TV THE MAKING OF THE U.S.A. 1776-1890: The signing of the E,M,H,A 26 min. 1987 HISTORY #22--1776 - 1890 Declaration of Independence in 1776, the westward expansion, the Louisiana Purchase, the Indian War, slavery and the Civil War are all examined. The increase in population, inventiveness, and industrial output would make America one of the most powerful countries in the world. 2861 THE WORLD: A TV INDUSTRY AND EMPIRE 1870-1914: Describes the colonial empires E,M,H,A 26 min. 1987 HISTORY #23--1870 - 1914 of the European powers, the Industrial Revolution and the inventions which led to the increase in urban populations, the exodus of millions of Europeans to North and South America, the growth of nationalism and buildup of military power. 2862 THE WORLD: A TV THE END OF THE OLD ORDER 1914-1929: Describes World War I, E,M,H,A 26 min. 1987 HISTORY #24--1914 - 1929 Bolshevism in Russia, the collapse of world economy, Fascism and the destruction of democratic liberty. 2863 THE WORLD: A TV THE WORLD IN CONFLICT 1929-1945: Describes a three-cornered E,M,H,A 26 min. 1987 HISTORY #25--1929 - 1945 contest of Liberal, Nazi and Communist for the future of the world, ending with the communist control of China. 2864 THE WORLD: A TV THE MODERN WORLD 1945-1980's: Describes post war E,M,H,A 26 min. 1987 HISTORY #26--1945 - 1980 reconstruction, East-West conflict, the cold war, colonial wars and post colonial wars in SE Asia, the Middle East and Africa, man's major achievements in the sciences and social systems. 2841 THE WORLD: A TV THE BIRTH OF CIVILIZATION 6,000 BC-2,000 BC: The earliest E,M,H,A 26 min. 1987 HISTORY #3--6,000 BC - civilizations arose in the fertile valleys of the major rivers in the Near 2,000 BC East and China. With the growth of cities social structures were established ushering in a period of creativity. 2842 THE WORLD: A TV THE AGE OF IRON 2,000 BC-AD 200: Describes the development of E,M,H,A 26 min. 1987 HISTORY #4--2,000 BC-AD iron smelting and manufacturing some 3500 years ago and its effect on 200 early civilizations. This program also traces the first European civilizations of Minoan Crete, the Near East, and India and China. 2843 THE WORLD: A TV GREECE AND ROME 2,000 BC-AD 200: Describes the political E,M,H,A 26 min. 1987 HISTORY #5--2,000 BC - AD evolution of Greece and the Greek colonization of the Aegean and Asia 200 Minor, Alexander the Great`s victories and subsequent over-shadowing by the empires of the East, and the beginning of the Roman Empire. 2844 THE WORLD: A TV THE WORLD RELIGIONS 600 BC-AD 500: The great world religions E,M,H,A 26 min. 1987 HISTORY #6--600 BC-AD 500 of Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Zoroastrianism and Taoism all developed in Asia within a thousand years. 2845 THE WORLD: A TV THE END OF THE ANCIENT WORLD AD 100-AD 600: Within a E,M,H,A 26 min. 1987 HISTORY #7--AD 100 - AD period of 400 years the classical world was destroyed and the West 600 plunged into the Dark Ages. Germanic invaders carved a swathe across Europe. 2846 THE WORLD: A TV ISLAM 600-1200: From its birthplace in Arabia, Islam grew into one of E,M,H,A 26 min. 1987 HISTORY #8--600 - 1200 the world's greatest empires. For five centuries it kept the flame of civilization burning while Europe entered the Dark Ages. 2847 THE WORLD: A TV EUROPE RECOVERS 800-1250: Following the onslaught of the E,M,H,A 26 min. 1987 HISTORY #9--800 - 1250 Vikings, Europe slowly begins to recover from the Dark Ages. This period also witnesses the Crusades. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 63 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 1182 THOMAS JEFFERSON'S Introduces Jefferson's home, and his collection of paintings and E,M,H,A 24 min. MONTICELLO furniture, his ingenious devices for comfortable living, and personal items such as a letter from his daughter. 2810 TO FORM A MORE Examines that ratification of the Constitution depended on the support E,M,H,A 29 min. 1985 PERFECT UNION of Samuel Adams and John Hancock. 1445 TOO-VAA-WAY: AFRICAN The current way of life in Sierra Leone Africa is described in dance, E,M 35 min. HUN skits and a question and answer segment. Elementary and junior high students from Berkeley are the performers. 6701 TOP! EN ESPANOL Programs This series takes the intimidation factor out of learning a foreign E,M 40 min. 1999 1&2 language. 2322 TOTEM POLE Examines the Northwest Pacific coast that was inhabited by many E,M,H,A 27 min. 1986 Indian tribes, and their remarkable achievements in wood-carving as expressed in the totem pole. 6623 TOTEM POLES: THE Shows Kwakiuti, Tlingit, and Haida totem poles in their original E,M,H 16 min. 1996 STORIES THEY TELL settings, and tells how native carvers and storytellers crafted their works. 685 TRADE-OFFS: AT WHAT Explains how surpluses and shortages affect prices. E,M 10 min. 1984 PRICE? 674 TRADE-OFFS: CHOICE Making choices about limited resources, such as time and money. E,M 10 min. 1984 680 TRADE-OFFS: DOES IT PAY? Explores increasing productivity by investing in "capital goods", the E,M 10 min. 1984 things used in production. 677 TRADE-OFFS: GIVE AND Decisions that involve trade-offs--giving up some of one thing to get E,M 10 min. 1984 TAKE some of another. 688 TRADE-OFFS: HELPING OUT Explores how the actions of some people are helpful to others who are E,M 10 min. 1984 not directly involved. 686 TRADE-OFFS: HOW COULD Examines the interdependence of market prices--how changes in supply E,M 10 min. 1984 THAT HAPPEN? and demand can have unexpected results. 687 TRADE-OFFS: INNOCENT Explores how the actions of some people are harmful to others who are E,M 10 min. 1984 BYSTANDERS not directly involved. 681 TRADE-OFFS: LEARNING Examines how the education and training of workers increases E,M 10 min. 1984 AND EARNING productivity. 678 TRADE-OFFS: LESS AND Increasing productivity brings advantages and disadvantages. E,M 10 min. 1984 MORE 675 TRADE-OFFS: MALCOLM Introduces a five step process of personal decision- making. E,M 10 min. 1984 DECIDES 683 TRADE-OFFS: TO BUY OR Examines market demand, the factors that affect what people are E,M 10 min. 1984 NOT TO BUY willing to buy. 684 TRADE-OFFS: TO SELL OR Deals with market supply, the factors that affect what people are willing E,M 10 min. 1984 NOT TO SELL to sell. 676 TRADE-OFFS: WE DECIDE Applies the decision-making process to a school's problem. E,M 10 min. 1984 682 TRADE-OFFS: WHY Explores trading and how money makes trading easier or more E,M 10 min. 1984 MONEY? convenient. 679 TRADE-OFFS: WORKING Young people increase their productivity by specializing, each doing E,M 10 min. 1984 TOGETHER one part of a whole job. 1949 TREASURES OF THE Explores the Greenbelt of San Francisco Bay Area, revealing a rich and E,M,H,A 28 min. 1986 GREENBELT unique regional tapestry of city and countryside. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 64 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 926 TRULY AMERICAN: Emphasizes the desirable qualities of leadership, perservance, and E,M,H,A 20 min. 1978 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN AND personal drive necessary to acquire goals. Highlights the lives of BENJAMIN BANNEKER Benjamin Franklin and Benjamin Banneker. 1938 TRULY AMERICAN: JAMES Dramatizes James Madison's political career to becoming the fourth E,M,H,A 20 min. 1986 AND DOLLY MADISON President of the United States. Highlights Dolly Madison, who is credited with saving the orginial copies of the Constitution, the Declaration of Independence and George Washington's portrait from the British during the war of 1812. 1772 TRULY AMERICAN: JAMES Portrays James Madison's role in the making of United States E,M 20 min. 1986 MADISON history. 2162 U.S. CONSTITUTION: A Dramatizes the events surrounding the writing of the U.S. E,M,H,A 18 min. 1986 DOCUMENT FOR Constitution. DEMOCRACY 4051 U.S. REGIONS: CONTRASTS Shows through animation and live-action photography a tour of richly E,M,H 29 min. 1987 OF LAND AND PEOPLE diverse country that can be divided into eight regions: New England, the Pacific West, Alaska, and Hawaii. 2204 UNDERSTANDING OUR In this series students are made aware of fundamental geographic E,M,H 20 min. 1986 WORLD #1: UNIT I--GLOBES phenomena and the adaptation of living in exotic and unusual places. ARE USEFUL The series is divided into three modules: UNIT I--Tools We Use, UNIT II--Geography We Should Know, UNIT III--Living in Other Lands. 2213 UNDERSTANDING OUR Visits a town of less than 1,000 people, largest cattle feed lot in the E,M,H,A 20 min. 1986 WORLD #10: UNIT II--LIFE world, rides a combine at wheat harvest, drilling for oil. ON THE GREAT PLAIN 2214 UNDERSTANDING OUR Visits Holland and its dunes, dikes and polders, the location of the 1953 E,M,H,A 20 min. 1986 WORLD #11: UNIT III--LAND disasterous flood, and a barge ride in Amsterdam. BELOW THE SEA 2215 UNDERSTANDING OUR Visits rice paddies, Toyoko and a Japanese home on the island of E,M,H,A 20 min. 1986 WORLD #12: UNIT III-- Honshu. ISLANDS OF JAPAN 2216 UNDERSTANDING OUR Visits Macchu Picchu, Cusco, Quito, the altiplano, Lake Titicaca and a E,M,H,A 20 min. 1986 WORLD #13: UNIT III--HIGH coffee plantation. IN THE ANDES 2217 UNDERSTANDING OUR Shows sights and sounds of Kilimanjaro, life in Nairobi, Victoria Falls, E,M,H,A 20 min. 1986 WORLD #14: UNIT III-- forming the land, Watusi dancers, Mokonde carvers, Serengeti Plain, IMPRESSIONS E. AFRICA the Masai, and life in the "bush". 2218 UNDERSTANDING OUR Visualizes contrasts in climate, plants, animal life, cities and people. E,M,H,A 20 min. 1986 WORLD #15: UNIT III-- Visits the cities of Sydney, Melbourne, and Canberra. AUSTRALIAN CONTRAST 2205 UNDERSTANDING OUR Shows how the world streets and avenues are built through film, E,M,H 20 min. 1986 WORLD #2: UNIT I--WORLD animation and slides. Concepts of degrees, meridians and parallels are STREETS & AVENUES included. 2206 UNDERSTANDING OUR Introduces the basic understandings of map reading by using a huge E,M,H,A 20 min. 1986 WORLD #3: UNIT I-- floor map, 8 feet by 12 feet. READING A MAP 2207 UNDERSTANDING OUR Takes a closer look at all kinds of maps, the world's oldest maps (clay E,M,H,A 20 min. 1986 WORLD #4: UNIT I--ALL tablets), Eskimo maps of bone, Ptolemy's maps and maps of exploration KINDS OF MAPS are displayed for scrutiny. 2208 UNDERSTANDING OUR Shows details how basic quadrangle map (the basis for most other E,M,H,A 20 min. 1986 WORLD #5: UNIT I-- maps) is made at the United States Geological Survey. Shows how a MODERN MAPMAKERS social studies textbook map is made. Highlights Hal Shelton, inventor of the technique used in Jeppersen maps, actually painting a map. 2209 UNDERSTANDING OUR Takes viewer on a 1,500-photograph safari through a variety of high and E,M,H,A 20 min. 1986 WORLD #6: UNIT II--WHAT low desert lands in New Mexico, Arizona, Utah and part of Colorado. IS A DESERT? Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 65 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 2210 UNDERSTANDING OUR Studies peaks, timberline, mountain passes and valleys from the top of E,M,H,A 20 min. 1986 WORLD #7: UNIT II-- the Continental Divide. MOUNTAINOUS LAND 2211 UNDERSTANDING OUR States that the oceans remain somewhat of a mystery. Explains animal E,M,H,A 20 min. 1986 WORLD #8: UNIT II-- and plant life, and the floor spreading theory of the break up of the OCEANS SURROUND US present 7 continents. 2212 UNDERSTANDING OUR Takes a river raft journey down the 1,400 mile long Colorado River. E,M,H,A 20 min. 1986 WORLD #9: UNIT II-- TRAILING A RIVER 1152 UNITED STATES Visits the highest mountain peak, the most active volcanoes, and the E,M 26 min. GEOGRAPHY: ALASKA northernmost, westernmost, and southernmost points of the U.S. AND HAWAII 1147 UNITED STATES Visits the Great Lakes region--Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, and E,M 25 min. GEOGRAPHY: GREAT Wisconsin and discusses their agricultural and industrial LAKES STATES development. 1143 UNITED STATES Features Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, North Dakota, E,M 25 min. GEOGRAPHY: HEARTLAND and South Dakota, which make up the United States' heartland. 1150 UNITED STATES Surveys the immense diversity of the lower south, including Arkansas, E,M 26 min. GEOGRAPHY: LOWER Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Georgia, Florida, and South SOUTH Carolina. 1146 UNITED STATES Explores New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, E,M 27 min. GEOGRAPHY: MID- and Washington, D.C. ATLANTIC STATES 1148 UNITED STATES Explores Idaho, Colorado, Montana, Nevada, Utah, and Wyoming E,M 25 min. GEOGRAPHY: MOUNTAIN which make up nearly one-fourth of the continental United States. STATES 1149 UNITED STATES Explores Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, E,M 23 min. GEOGRAPHY: NEW Connecticut, and Rhode Island. Visits historic sites like Plymouth and ENGLAND Slater Mill. 1145 UNITED STATES Traces the Pacific Coast and visits California, Oregon, and E,M 25 min. GEOGRAPHY: PACIFIC Washington. Shows the natural beauty of these states. COAST STATES 1144 UNITED STATES Includes Texas, Oklahoma, Arizona, and New Mexico. Travels to the E,M 27 min. GEOGRAPHY: SOUTHWEST Grand Canyon, the Gulf of Mexico, the Santa Fe Trail, and the Johnson Space Center. 1151 UNITED STATES Explores the least known and most surprising of the 50 states: North E,M 26 min. GEOGRAPHY: UPPER Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky and Tennessee. SOUTH 431 USING MAPS, GLOBES AND A team of experts in geography discussed and led hands-on activities in E,M,H 120 min. 1989 ATLASES using maps, globes and atlases in the classroom. This teleconference TELECONFERENCE (NOV. includes participants using materials and conducting activities relevant 15, 1989) to their grade level. 3312 VEGETABLE SOUP #42-- Real People: Kiko (Part 1)--A Black and White Fable E 15 min. 1988 WHAT IS A PUERTO RICAN? (PART 1) 3313 VEGETABLE SOUP #43-- Real People: Kiko (Part 2) E 15 min. 1988 WHAT IS AN AMERICAN? (PART 2) 3314 VEGETABLE SOUP #44--A Real People: Kilo (Part 3) E 15 min. 1988 JAPANESE FESTIVAL (PART 3) 3315 VEGETABLE SOUP #45-- Real People Kiko (Part 4) Recipe: Fondue E 15 min. 1988 RECIPE: FONDUE (PART 4) Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 66 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 3316 VEGETABLE SOUP #46-- Real People: Nigel--Fable: Worm and Frog E 15 min. 1988 REAL PEOPLE 3319 VEGETABLE SOUP #49-- Real People: Nigel--Bird and Rhino E 15 min. 1988 STORY: QUEEN'S LESSON 3323 VEGETABLE SOUP #53-- Careers: Law--New Friend: Joseph, a black Texan. E 30 min. 1988 REAL PEOPLE: BOGEYMAN 2000 VERY BASIC ECONOMICS Follows Travis who holds two summer jobs to save up to buy his first E,M,H 18 min. 1986 car, and he learns that everything has some economic effect. 1947 VIDEO LETTERS: MY Introduces the Toyko metropolis through the eyes of a Toyko sixth- E 60 min. 1986 DAY/TOKYO SUNDAY grader. 1946 VIDEO LETTERS: MY Shows an in-depth look at two families in northern Japan. Explores E 60 min. 1986 FAMILY/MAKING THINGS: traditional and contemporary industry. JAPANESE INDUSTRY 1945 VIDEO LETTERS: MY Illustrates preparation for a baseball game between school rivals. E 60 min. 1986 TOWN/NOBLES AND Presents Japanese history before Commodore Perry. SAMURAI 1948 VIDEO LETTERS: SUMMER Shows a vacation visit to a fishing village on Shikohu and takes a E 60 min. 1986 VACATION/TOHOKU DIARY school trip exploring the geography of northern Honshu. 6643 VIETNAM PERSPECTIVE Presents an objective chronology of America's participation in the E,M,H 32 min. 1997 Vietnam War. Describes some of the key factors in the conflict, including the Eisenhower Administration's commitments in French Indochina, and the Nixon Administration's reorientation of U.S./Asian policy. 533 VOYAGE OF THE SAN This tape takes you for a tour of the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta on E,M 18 min. 1978 CARLOS the water quality monitoring ship, "San Carlos," which helps to preserve this great estuary. 2948 WALK THROUGH THE 20TH Journeys back through time and examines the most important moments E,M,H,A 90 min. 1984 CENTURY #1--MARSHALL, of our century starting with a small town in Texas. TEXAS 2957 WALK THROUGH THE 20TH Highlights Richard Strout of the Christian Science Monitor who talks E,M,H,A 60 min. 1985 CENTURY #10--PRESIDENTS about the Warren Harding to Ronald Reagan administrations. & POLITICS 2958 WALK THROUGH THE 20TH Follows the changing of America to an automobile-dependent E,M,H,A 60 min. 1985 CENTURY #11--AMERICA society. ON THE ROAD 2959 WALK THROUGH THE 20TH Explores the issue of conformity and the 1950's--Cold War. E,M,H,A 60 min. 1985 CENTURY #12--POST WAR/COLD WAR 2960 WALK THROUGH THE 20TH Examines mass communications, democratic right to inform and E,M,H,A 60 min. 1985 CENTURY #13--THE IMAGE persuade. MAKERS 2961 WALK THROUGH THE 20TH Examines Washington D.C.'s role as the nation's center for recovery and E,M,H,A 60 min. 1985 CENTURY #14--HELPING hope. HAND 2962 WALK THROUGH THE 20TH Visits Nobel Prize winner I.I. Rabbi, the man of the century who E,M,H,A 60 min. 1985 CENTURY #15--I.I. RABBI developed radar and was an advisor on the atomic bomb. 2963 WALK THROUGH THE 20TH Examines the role of advertising and electoral politics in television. E,M,H,A 60 min. 1985 CENTURY #16--THE 32ND PRESIDENT 2964 WALK THROUGH THE 20TH Visits nineteen Americans who lived through the nostalgic Twenties. E,M,H,A 60 min. 1985 CENTURY #17--THE TWENTIES Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 67 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 2965 WALK THROUGH THE 20TH Explores the struggles of miners and laborers in the American West. E,M,H,A 60 min. 1985 CENTURY #18--THE MINER'S STORY 2966 WALK THROUGH THE 20TH Examines the 1960's and the impact these diverse changes have had on E,M,H,A 60 min. 1985 CENTURY #19--CHANGE, our culture. CHANGE 2949 WALK THROUGH THE 20TH Studies Theodore Roosevelt's presidency. E,M,H,A 60 min. 1985 CENTURY #2--T.R. & HIS FRIENDS 2950 WALK THROUGH THE 20TH Examines weapons developed for warfare. E,M,H,A 60 min. 1985 CENTURY #3--ARMING OF THE EARTH 2951 WALK THROUGH THE 20TH Examines newsreels and the people who made them. E,M,H,A 60 min. 1985 CENTURY #4--REEL WORLD OF NEWS 2952 WALK THROUGH THE 20TH Studies the contrasting personalities of Franklin D. Roosevelt and E,M,H,A 60 min. 1985 CENTURY #5--DEMOCRAT Adolph Hitler. & THE DICTATOR 2953 WALK THROUGH THE 20TH Visits nine world's fairs. E,M,H,A 60 min. 1985 CENTURY #6--COME TO THE FAIRS 2954 WALK THROUGH THE 20TH Reviews the accomplishments and progress of Black America. E,M,H,A 60 min. 1985 CENTURY #7--SECOND REVOLUTION PT. 1 2955 WALK THROUGH THE 20TH Covers black emancipation through Martin Luther King's march 100 E,M,H,A 60 min. 1985 CENTURY #8--SECOND years later. REVOLUTION PT. 2 2956 WALK THROUGH THE 20TH Highlights film makers; Fritz Hippler of the Nazi Party and America's E,M,H,A 60 min. 1985 CENTURY #9--WWII-- Frank Capra. PROPAGANDA BATTLE 2814 WASHINGTON, D.C. Takes an exciting tour of the capital city. E,M,H,A 20 min. 1986 4020 WASHINGTON, D.C. (2ND Explores Washington's geography focusing on the city's unique qualities E,M,H 23 min. 1984 ED) as an international cultural hub and the nucleus of government. 539 WATER CALIFORNIA STYLE This tape traces the history of water development in California during E,M 13 min. 1976 the past 200 years. It also illustrates current water management policies. 6492 WESTERN EUROPE: OUR Focuses on five time periods to examine the value and extent of our E,M 18 min. 1994 LEGACY enduring cultural legacy from Ancient Greece, Rome, and the Renaissance city-states, the Reformation, and the Industrial Revolution. 6493 WESTERN EUROPE: Illustrates how geography affects the way people live in representative E,M 20 min. 1994 PEOPLE AND PLACES countries in the northern, central and Mediterranean regions of Western Europe. Shows how housing styles reflect available building materials and climate; how energy needs are supplied; transportation systems; and how key cultural factors of language, religion, and food vary from region to region. 3229 WESTWARD MOVEMENT Highlights interesting studies of the different types of early settlers, E,M,H,A 15 min. 1987 means of transportation, and a graphic exposition of the Northwest Ordinance and its provisions. 6691 WHERE DO YOU THINK Tells the story of Columbus' journey from Spain to find a route to the E,M 32 min. 1991 YOU'RE GOING, Indies. Outlines his trip and mentions other explorers whose travels led CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS? to the discovery of the New World. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 68 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 5046 WHERE DO YOU THINK This video views the life of Christopher Columbus in a series of E 32 min. 1991 YOU'RE GOING, drawings. (Narrated.) CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS? 858 WHO IS AN AMERICAN? Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids explore what an American is. P,E,M 15 min. 1987 4288 WILD CALIFORNIA: THE Consists of seven short portraits of various biological communities, E,M,H 19 min. 1989 LAND introducing five of the most important terrestrial habitats in California. Provides information on California and Western geography, as well as on ecosystems and animal adaptations. 2117 WILLIAM'S DOLL Explains that William's father is delighted that he wants a football, but P,E,M 18 min. 1981 objects when William also wants a doll. 1139 WORKING: MARKETING Shows marketing and distribution with a clothing buyer, window E,M,H,A 22 min. AND DISTRIBUTION display designer, graphic artist, and toy designer. 1136 WORKING: SCIENCE Shows a computer scientist, mechanical engineering research assistant, E,M,H,A 20 min. physicist, and industrial engineer demonstrating their jobs. 2005 YELLOWSTONE Shows the world's first National Park, Yellowstone National Park in E,M,H,A 30 min. 1986 Wyoming, though the eyes of the naturalists. 144 YOGI'S EARTHQUAKE Shows good illustrations of procedures to be followed during an P,E 6 min. 1987 PREPAREDNESS earthquake. Gives safety tips to prepare for an earthquake. 3865 YUKON PASSAGE Discusses the Yukon Passage and its geographical significances. E,M,H,A 55 min. 1988 6420 ZAMBIA Viewers will see why the capital of the Republic of Zambia-Lusaka-has E,M,H 20 min. 1995 become a symbol of black aspirations since Zambia gained its independence from British rule. Holidays 3084 A CHILD'S CHRISTMAS IN Travel back in time to a Christmas past in this award-winning P,E,M 55 min. 1988 WALES production of Dylan Thomas's poem. 3083 A CHRISTMAS CAROL Tells the Charles Dicken's classic of Ebenezer Scrooge and Christmas E,M,H 70 min. 1988 past and future. 3587 A COSMIC CHRISTMAS Based on the book by Ken Sobol, this story is about a town that P,E 26 min. 1988 rediscovers the real spirit of Christmas, thanks to three visitors from outer space and a little boy named Peter. Has music, humor and action for today's Star Trek/Star Wars children. 4952 BIRTHDAY MOVIE A lively film which shows how birthday traditions are celebrated around E,M,H 11 min. 1985 the world. 5043 CELEBRATE 1 A look at many of the cultures that make up America and the holidays E 23 min. associated with those peoples. 5044 CELEBRATE 2 A look at the year and the many holidays that are provided by the E 23 min. diverse population of the United States. 4979 CHRISTMAS CRACKER Creative animation is uses in this non-verbal film to present three E 10 min. 1964 Christmas stories; a story about jingle bells; a dime store rodeo with performing toys and a trimmer of Christmas trees and his story. 3770 DECEMBER HOLIDAYS Discusses Posadas, Santa Lucia Day, Chanuka and Christmas--holidays P,E 15 min. 1988 that come from different traditions of our culture, but which all honor the religious spirit as well as draw upon the symbols of light and warmth. 3505 DISNEY'S WONDERFUL Goofy and Stanley the Snowman, a professor of "Winterology," teaches P,E,M,H,A 10 min. 1988 WORLD OF WINTER students about the history and traditions of Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's--three national holidays. 3510 FELIZ NAVIDAD Donald Duck's friends, Jose and Panchico show him the Mexican P,E,M,H,A 4 min. 1988 Christmas celebration of Las Osadas with its traditional candlelight search for shelter that ends with parties, pinatas, gifts and fireworks. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 69 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 3701 HOLIDAYS YOUR Describes the excitement and pageantry of the rich variety of holidays P,E 10 min 1988 NEIGHBORS CELEBRATE celebrated in the U.S.: Chinese and Jewish New Year's, St. Patrick's Day, Dr. Martin Luther King's birthday, Greek Easter Sunday, Mexican and Puerto Rican Christmas festivities and Hanukkah. 6596 THE HOLIDAYS OF SPRING Spring starts with the vernal equinox March 20 or 21 and ends in late P,E 15 min. 1998 June. It's a time of beginnings in nature for many parts of the country. Spring rains encourages seeds to sprout; origins of holidays are explored. 6595 THE HOLIDAYS OF On June 20 or 21 the summer solstice moves us into the months when P,E 15 min. 1998 SUMMER long sunny days invite us to enjoy outdoor activities. America's beautiful National Parks can be seen. 6559 WINTER A multicultural program relates the changes of season to major holidays P,E 13 min. 1997 and special days celebrated by people of various ethnic groups in the U.S. Christmas, Chanukah, Kwanzaa, New Year's Eve, Martin Luther King, Jr., Presidents' Day and St. Patrick's Day. Language Arts/Reading 3122 A BOY, A DOG AND A FROG Based on the book by Mercer Mayer, about the adventures of a small P,E 9 min. 1988 boy, his dog and playful frog who follows them home. 2074 A CHAIR FOR MY MOTHER Presented through the eyes of a young girl shows the experience of E,M 9 min. 1986 losing one's home and belongings in a fire. 5000 A DOG AND HIS BOY The limitless power of imagination is explored in this tale of a boy who E 14 min. becomes Robin Hood and other characters with the help of his dog. 2521 A FATHER LIKE THAT Follows a ten year old boy who has been given an assignment to write P,E 18 min. 1987 an essay about his father, except that he has never met his father. A sensitive look at the one-parent family from a young boy's point of view. 3164 A GOOD TREE Based on the story "A Good Tree That Christmas." A heartwarming E,M,H,A 26 min. 1988 story of three children who decide that the joy of Christmas should be shared with a crotchety neighbor. 6309 A STORY, A STORY This program tells an African folk tale about the Spider Man who E 31 min. 1973 climbs into the sky to buy stories from the Sky God. 6236 ADVENTURES OF A TWO- Walt Cribbens has two problems - one is the neighborhood bully and the E,M 29 min. 1989 MINUTE WEREWOLF other is a werewolf. 2045 AESOP'S FABLES I The Fox and the Crow; The Lion and the Mouse; The Grasshopper and P,E 12 min. 1986 the Grapes; Androcles and the Lion. 2044 AESOP'S FABLES II The City Mouse and the Country Mouse; The Fox and the Grapes; P,E 12 min. 1986 Androcles and the Lion. 2043 AESOP'S FABLES III The Boy Who Cried Wolf; The Wind and the Sun; The Crow and the P,E 12 min. 1986 Pitcher. 4426 AESOP'S FABLES, PART I Relates the fables, "Fox and Crow," "Lion and Mouse," and "Ant and E 12 min. 1988 Grasshopper." Generates interest in reading literature. 4427 AESOP'S FABLES, PART II Relates the fables, "The City Mouse and the Country Mouse," "The Fox E 10 min. 1988 and the Grapes," "and "Androcles and the Lion," using original artwork. Teaches morals and generates interest in reading. 4428 AESOP'S FABLES, PART III Relates the fables, "The Boy Who Cried Wolf," "The Wind and the E 12 min. 1988 Sun," and "The Crow and the Pitcher." Generates interest in reading literature. 6754 AFRICAN STORY Storyteller Diane Ferlatte shifts costumes and accents to recount stories E,M,H 20min. 1992 JOURNEY: ACROSS TIME from African, the Caribbean and Harlem in the 1930s. Stories include: AND PLACE Why the Sky is Far Away (West African), a creation story with modern implications; Brer Goats and Brer Lion (Caribbean), a defenseless goat uses his wits to fefeat a ferocious lion. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 70 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 3149 ALADDIN AND HIS Through an animated series of adventures of a boy and his magic lamp, P,E 9 min. 1988 WONDERFUL LAMP this tale from the Arabian Nights dramatizes the values of self reliance and hard work. 6401 ALADDIN AND HIS This tale from "The Arabian Nights" is the story of a lazy boy who P,E 10 min. 1997 WONDERFUL LAMP wastes his days in the market place instead of working. 6194 ALEXANDER AND THE CAR A missing headlight doesn't stop Alexander from driving his little car all E 12 min. 1996 WITH A MISSING over the world finding adventures. HEADLIGHT 6249 ALEXANDER, WHO USED This film describes Alexander experiencing sudden wealth and the P,E 14 min. 1989 TO BE RICH LAST SUNDAY spending spree that follows. 3148 ALICE'S ADVENTURE IN Based on the Lewis Carroll classic, this animated film follows the P,E 22 min. 1988 WONDERLAND adventures of Alice, the White Rabbit, the Duchess, the Mad Hatter and the Queen of Hearts. 6349 AMAZING GRACE Even though her classmates discourage Grace from trying out for Peter P,E 9 min. 1997 Pan in the school play because she is black and a girl, Grace wins the part and proves she can be anything she wants to be. 2071 AMERICAN SIGN Uses American Sign Language and voice-over to tell the stories of: P,E,M 30 min. 1986 LANGUAGE--FAIRY TALES Rapunzel, Snow White and Rose Red, The Frog Prince, Hansel and VOLUME 1 Gretel, The Brave Little Tailor. 2072 AMERICAN SIGN Uses American Sign Language and voice-over to tell the stories of; P,E,M 30 min. 1986 LANGUAGE--FAIRY TALES Sleeping Beauty, The Golden Goose, Little Red Riding Hood, The VOLUME 2 Princess and the Pea, and The Tinder Box. 3591 AN ALPHABET OF LAND Presents a rhymed lesson in geography using "basic terms from A to P,E 12 min 1988 AND WATERS Z." 1410 ANIMAL FARM A fascinating parallel of the growth of totalitarian dictatorships as E,M 75 min. 1986 satirized by George Orwell, and brought to the screen as a most unusual and memorable animated feature. 3145 ANNIE AND THE OLD ONE Based on Miska Miles book, this touching story of the cycle of life and P,E 15 min. 1988 death is told from the perspective of a little Navajo girl named Annie and her beloved grandmother, The Old One. 2070 ANNIE AND THE OLD ONE Tells the story of nine year old Annie, Native American of the Navajo E,M 15 min. 1986 (2 PARTS) tribe who must deal with the possible death of her beloved grandmother. 3085 BABAR AND FATHER Follows King Babar who takes a journey in search of the legendary P,E 30 min. 1988 CHRISTMAS Father Christmas; but, lurking along the trail is Babar's arch-enemy Rataxes, the Rhinoceros who wants all of Santa's toys for himself. 2532 BEARSKIN Story about the conflict between good and evil. One of the least known E,M 20 min. 1987 Grimms' with a SURPRISE ENDING. 4954 BEATRIX POTTER: ARTIST This video looks at the life of Beatrix Potter; her art and her life. E,M 58 min. STORYTELLER AND COUNTRY WOMAN 6525 BEAUTY AND THE BEAST The classic tale of gentle Beauty who goes to live in the Beast's castle P,E 25 min. 1995 to save her father's life. Though the Beast is kind, she cannot love him until he lies dying. Her kiss breaks the enchantment. 3527 BEN AND ME Adapted from the book by Robert Lawson, and tells the story of a poor P,E,M 21 min. 1988 Philadelphia church mouse who helps Ben Franklin hold his famous kite together and not only uncovers news for the Philadelphia Gazette, but ghost writes the Declaration of Independence! 3163 BENJAMIN WALKS THE Focuses on responsibility and sibling relationships between Billy and E,M,H 26 min. 1988 DOG his little brother. 1854 BEST OF COVER TO COVER Tells a suspenseful adventure story of a young reporter's search for "Big E,M 15 min. 1986 II: A DARKNESS OF GIANTS Foot." Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 71 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 1848 BEST OF COVER TO COVER Tells an unusual and moving story, set in England, of a gorilla and an E,M 15 min. 1986 II: A STRANGER AT GREEN orphaned Chinese refugee. KNOWE 1860 BEST OF COVER TO COVER Tells a story full of ancient magic and mystery. Recounts the exploits E,M 15 min. 1986 II: A WIZARD OF EARTHSEA of Ged the Wizard and his search for the Black Shadow. 1849 BEST OF COVER TO COVER #1--AKAVAK--AN ESKIMO JOURNEY #2--TIKTA LIKTAK--AN E,M 15 min. 1986 II: AKAVAK / TIKTA LIKTAK ESKIMO LEGEND Tells two adventure stories set in Alaska. 1846 BEST OF COVER TO COVER Portrays Carrie who relives her days in a Welsh mining town during E,M 15 min. 1986 II: CARRIE'S WAR World War II. 1852 BEST OF COVER TO COVER Tells an amusing story that deals with the subject of criticism-- E,M 15 min. 1986 II: FELICIA THE CRITIC constructive versus destructive. 1857 BEST OF COVER TO COVER #1-HOW TO EAT FRIED WORMS #2-RANSOM OF RED CHIEF E,M 15 min. 1986 II: FRIED WORMS/RANSOM Illustrates two delightfully humorous stories from Thomas Rockwell RED CHIEF and O'Henry. 1858 BEST OF COVER TO COVER Tells a modern story of witchcraft and possession set in a peaceful E,M 15 min. 1986 II: MOON EYES English village. 1851 BEST OF COVER TO COVER Tells a ghost story fusing past and present, fact and fancy. E,M 15 min. 1986 II: THE GHOST OF THOMAS KEMPE 1855 BEST OF COVER TO COVER Features on one level a story of the mysterious occult; on another level E,M 15 min. 1986 II: THE HEADLESS CUPID it deals with the effect of divorce and remarriage on children. 2141 BEST OF COVER TO COVER Follows the adventures of two girls who live in a mining town. A E,M 15 min. 1986 II: THE SPIRIT IS WILLING mummy is found and the girls try to hold a seance to contact the mummy's spirit. 1856 BEST OF COVER TO COVER Shows the pain of adolescence and the tragedy of mental retardation. E,M 15 min. 1986 II: THE SUMMER OF THE SWANS 1850 BEST OF COVER TO COVER Tells an honest and moving account of life for a young, Jewish girl in E,M 15 min. 1986 II: THE UPSTAIRS ROOM Holland during World War II. 1853 BEST OF COVER TO COVER Shows a clever parody of a Victorian novel replete with a huge E,M 15 min. 1986 II: THE WOLVES OF mansion, a wicked governess and innocent orphans. WILLOUGHBY CHASE 1847 BEST OF COVER TO COVER Follows Arabella who leaves her family to spend four weeks alone in a E,M 15 min. 1986 II: WINDMILL SUMMER windmill trying to establish companionship with wildlife. 1651 BOOKBIRD #1: THE Follows the misadventures of Chester Cricket, Tucker Mouse and Harry E 15 min. 1986 CRICKET IN TIMES SQUARE Cat in the Times Square subway station. 1660 BOOKBIRD #10: THE 1)Depicts a young girl's dreams of being a famous ice skater. 2)Portrays E 15 min. 1986 SKATES OF UNCLE a black family and their attempts to save the singing trees. RICHARD/SONG OF TREES 1661 BOOKBIRD #11: STRIPED Tells how Becky wants striped ice cream for her eighth birthday party E 15 min. 1986 ICE CREAM and gets much more than she bargained for. 1662 BOOKBIRD #12: RACE Portrays the true life heroic mission to bring antitoxin to a remote E 15 min. 1986 AGAINST DEATH Alaskan village struck by diphtheria. 1664 BOOKBIRD #13: MISTY OF Depicts Paul and Maureen's plans to buy the Phantom and her colt E 15 min. 1986 CHINCOTEAGUE Misty that backfires on auction day. 1663 BOOKBIRD #14: HALF Shows the results of making a half wish without thinking about the E 15 min. 1986 MAGIC consequences. 1665 BOOKBIRD #15: CADDIE Portrays Caddie, a high spirited girl on the Wisconsin frontier whose E 15 min. 1986 WOODLAND way of life is threatened by her family's move to England. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 72 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 1652 BOOKBIRD #2: LITTLE Portrays family life for Laura, Mary, Carrie and Ma and Pa on the E 15 min. 1986 HOUSE IN THE BIG WOODS frontier. 1653 BOOKBIRD #3: A BEAR Presents a gentle, whimsical story of Paddington's first adventure in E 15 min. 1986 CALLED PADDINGTON London. 1655 BOOKBIRD #5: FROZEN FIRE Portrays a survival story based on the actual experiences of a boy lost in E 15 min. 1986 the Canadian arctic. 1656 BOOKBIRD #6: ALONG Tells a touching story of a dog who becomes a hero. E 15 min. 1986 CAME A DOG 1657 BOOKBIRD #7: THE MOUSE Portrays Ralph the reckless mouse who constantly craves action, E 15 min. 1986 AND THE MOTORCYCLE adventure, danger. 1659 BOOKBIRD #9: THE Tells about two boys' discovery of the secret of the doomed planet E 15 min. 1986 WONDERFUL FLIGHT TO Basidium X. THE MUSHROOM PLANET 3324 BOOKS FROM COVER TO By Marjorie Weinman Sharmat--Finds out what happens when Mitchell E 15 min. 1988 COVER #1: RICH MITCH Darmouth wins $25,000 in the Dazzle-Rama Sweepstakes. 3333 BOOKS FROM COVER TO By Theodore Taylor--Helen's dog, Tuck, is going blind. When Tuck E 15 min. 1988 COVER #10: THE TROUBLE refuses to be tied or contained, Helen arranges for him to have a seeing WITH TUCK eye dog. 3334 BOOKS FROM COVER TO By Jud Delton--Angel O'Leary gets into mischief while caring for her E 15 min. 1988 COVER #11: BACK YARD younger brother. ANGEL 3335 BOOKS FROM COVER TO By Stephen Manes--Milo learns an important lesson while following E 15 min. 1988 COVER #12: BE A PERFECT instructions to become a perfect person. PERSON IN JUST THREE DAYS! 3336 BOOKS FROM COVER TO By Nicholas Mohn--Felita Maldonado spends an interesting summer E 15 min. 1988 COVER #13: GOING HOME with relatives in Puerto Rico. 3337 BOOKS FROM COVER TO By Mary Francis Shura--Peter Gregory and his young sister Dee Dee E 15 min. 1988 COVER #14: THE SEARCH learn to adjust to a move to Brooklyn. FOR GRISSI 3338 BOOKS FROM COVER TO By Liza Fosburgh--An unhappy Arabella learns to appreciate being a E 15 min. 1988 COVER #15: BELLA girl, after spending time as a cat. ARABELLA 3339 BOOKS FROM COVER TO By Jill Paton Walsh--This science fiction story tells of voyagers leaving E 15 min. 1988 COVER #16: THE GREEN a dying Earth for a distant planet to begin a new colony. BOOK 3325 BOOKS FROM COVER TO By Jamie Gilson--Hobie Hanson spends a reluctant 2 nights away from E 15 min. 1988 COVER #2: 4B GOES WILD home on a 4th grade nature study trip. 3326 BOOKS FROM COVER TO By Jean Fritz--This historical story tells of a pioneer family settling in E 15 min. 1988 COVER #3: THE CABIN the Western Country in the time of George Washington. FACED WEST 3327 BOOKS FROM COVER TO By Polly Berrien Berends and WHARTON AND THE CASTAWAYS E 15 min. 1988 COVER #4: THE CASE OF by Russell E. Erickson--A detective story, and a whimsical tale of two THE ELEVATOR DUCK toad brothers. 3328 BOOKS FROM COVER TO By Margaretha Shemin--Johanna is trapped in Holland with her E 15 min. 1988 COVER #5: THE LITTLE grandparents after the invasion of the German army in World War II. RIDERS 3329 BOOKS FROM COVER TO By Jean Little--Ben Tucker learns to overcome his fear of dogs while E 15 min. 1988 COVER #6: DIFFERENT visiting his aunt. DRAGONS Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 73 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 3330 BOOKS FROM COVER TO By Ulf Nilsson--This story is narrated by a young boy who has been E 15 min. 1988 COVER #7: IF YOU DIDN'T sent to stay in the country with his grandmother. HAVE ME 3331 BOOKS FROM COVER TO By Barbara Park--Howard Jeeter struggles to adjust to his family's move E 15 min. 1988 COVER #8: THE KID IN THE from Arizona to Massachusetts. RED JACKET 3332 BOOKS FROM COVER TO By John Reynolds Gardiner--This fantasy tells of a nine-year-old's E 15 min. 1988 COVER #9: TOP SECRET science project on human photosynthesis that attracts the attention of the U.S. government. 4540 BORED--NOTHING TO DO Features flying a radio-operated model airplane; a song about the P,E 15 min. 1990 history of aviation from Kitty Hawk to astronauts; preparing a commercial airplane for flight; flying instructions in a small, private plane. 2884 BOY AND THE SNOW Tells the story of a boy who cares for an injured goose and how they P,E 11 min. 1986 GOOSE become friends. 164 BOY'S CENTER This story tells us about a place that cares for neglected boys of all races P,E 30 min. 1975 and creeds. Shows the everyday life of school and recreation. 3663 BRAIR ROSE: THE This award-winning, beautifully animated film brings to life the Grimm P,E 14 min. 1988 SLEEPING BEAUTY Brother's classic fairy tale about the princess who is cursed to fall into a 100-year sleep on her 15th birthday. 2066 BRIDGE TO TERABITHIA (2 Tells the story of 10 year old Jesse Aarons, who has lived all his life on E,M 30 min. 1986 PARTS) a farm in northern Virginia, who becomes friends with a "city girl" when a tragedy occurs. 2534 BRISTLELIP Looks at the comic reaction to the folktale about a beautiful but haughty E,M 15 min. 1987 princess who is forced to marry a common peddler. 4988 BRISTLELIP A comic recreation about a beautiful but haughty princess who finds her P,E 20 min. 1995 match in a handsome but sometimes devious prince. 1594 CAP O'RUSHES Tells a story of a father who asks his three daughters to qualify their P,E 26 min. 1987 love for him. One daughter's reply so infuriates him that he banishes her from the house. 3495 CASEY AT THE BAT With two men out and two on base, Casey steps up to the plate and P,E,M 9 min. 1988 learns a striking lesson about overconfidence and false pride. 4950 CASEY AT THE BAT An authentic American masterpiece by E. L. Thayer. P,E,M 7 min. 1995 1340 CAT IN THE HAT/DR. SEUSS Shows two complete programs: "PONTOFEEL POCK, Where are You" P,E 51 min. 1985 ON THE LOOSE I and "The Grinch Grinches the Cat in the Hat." 4957 CHICKEN SOUP WITH RICE Learning the names of the months of the year is fun and educational P,E 5 min. 1978 with the rhyme and repetition. 6291 CHRISTMAS TIME - A Who can ever forget the joy of bringing home a holiday tree? This story E,M 10 min. HAPPY TIME touches everyone who has shared that experience. 3161 CONNECTION Portrays Maureen who seems to have everything until a visitor from her E,M,H 26 min. 1988 youth prompts a woman to abandon a pretentious marriage and reclaim her self-identity. 4958 CORDUROY A lovable stuffed bear who longs for someone to take him home E 18 min. 1984 launches a store wide search for his missing button lest someone mistake him for used. 4991 CORNELIUS This is a story about a crocodile who has a different approach to life - P,E 5 min. 1995 standing on his hind legs and an out-going personality. A story for young learners. 3154 CORNET AT NIGHT Set in 1959, a boy's brief friendship with an itinerant jazz musician E,M,H 26 min. 1988 brings a new awareness into his life. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 74 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 2547 CREATIVE WRITING A spontaneous record in which the students respond to a variety of E 14 min. 1987 SERIES #1 activities that stretch the imagination. #1-THE JAIL DOOR WENT CLANG - How sensory experiences may be used to construct a setting for a story. 2548 CREATIVE WRITING See description in Program #1 MEAN, NASTY CINDERELLA--How E 15 min. 1987 SERIES #2 character influences stories. 2549 CREATIVE WRITING See description Program #1 STORY IDEA, WHERE ARE YOU E 11 min. 1987 SERIES #3 HIDING?--Where story ideas come from. 2550 CREATIVE WRITING See description Program #1 WHAT'S RED RIDING HOOD WITHOUT E 10 min. 1987 SERIES #4 THE WOLF? Plot: the protagonist, his or her goal, and the obstacles to its attainment. 4959 CROW BOY A small boy who is different from the others gains acceptance when he E 13 min. 1971 imitates the voices of crows in a school talent show. 2252 CURIOUS GEORGE Takes viewers on 12 adventures with the curious monkey, George. P,E 83 min. 1986 2253 CURIOUS GEORGE-- Follows Curious George on 6 adventures: At the Ballet; Plays P,E 30 min. 1986 VOLUME 1 Basketball; Goes to an Art show; Walks the Pets; Goes Sledding; Goes to the Aquarium. 2254 CURIOUS GEORGE-- Follows Curious George on 6 adventures: Goes to TV Station; Goes to P,E 30 min. 1986 VOLUME 2 the Circus; Goes to a Flower Show; Goes to the Library; Visits the Railroad Station; Goes to the Tailor Shop. 2255 CURIOUS GEORGE-- Follows Curious George on 6 adventures: Goes to a Restaurant; Goes P,E 30 min. 1986 VOLUME 3 Fishing; Goes to the Zoo; Goes Skiing; Goes to a Costume Party; Goes to a Bowling Alley. 1999 CURIOUS GEORGE-- Features Curious George who gets into the worst predicaments but E,M 83 min. 1986 VOLUME 4 comes out smelling like a rose. 6485 DANNY AND THE This is the story of a boy's friendship with a dinosaur and how they P,E 9 min. 1997 DINOSAUR spend one happy day together. 2886 DECISIONS! DECISIONS! Provides children with a sound and simple decision-making system. E,M 18 min. 1986 4960 DOUGHNUTS When a doughnut machine goes berserk, Homer is up to his ears in E 29 min. 1963 doughnuts and fun. 1342 DR. SEUSS VIDEO FESTIVAL Shows two Dr. Seuss favorites: "Horton Hears a Who" and "How the P,E 48 min. 1985 Grinch Stole Christmas." 6561 EARS OF KING MIDAS Uses animation to tell the classic Greek myth about the rivalry between P,E 10 min. 1978 the gods Apollo and Pan and the consequences of King Midas' choice of Pan as the better musician. 2219 EDIT POINT #1--DOC'S A fast paced and dramatic action series. Features positive role models E,M,H 30 min. 1986 REPRISE who implement a variety of effective writing practices to demonstrate the value of attaining writing skills. STORYLINE: Follows a stroke victim who owns a New Orleans television station, his 17 year old daughter and two friends who try to keep it going. #1-Presents single word adjectives and adjectives in a series. The stages of the writing process are modeled. 2220 EDIT POINT #2--THE Shows how adjective phrases are used to describe nouns and to expand E,M,H,A 30 min. 1986 CHALLENGE thoughts. 2221 EDIT POINT #3--HEAD Focuses on the uses of restrictive adjective clauses--to describe nouns E,M,H,A 30 min. 1986 OVER HEELS and give flexibility to sentence emphasis and expression. Models the process of writing. 2222 EDIT POINT #4--THE RIGHT Focuses on the uses of nonrestrictive adjective clauses. The uses E,M,H,A 30 min. 1986 TRACK include: describing nouns and giving flexibility to sentence expression, sentence-combining. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 75 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 2223 EDIT POINT #5--TAKING A This final episode reviews single word adjectives, adjectives in a series, E,M,H,A 30 min. 1986 CHANCE adjective phrases, and restrictive and non-restrictive adjective clauses. 3774 ELEPHANT'S CHILD (JUST Tells the tale that when the world was new, elephants had no trunk, just P,E 11 min 1988 SO STORIES) funny, bulgy noses until an elephant's child, full of "satiable curiosity" asked what the crocodile had for dinner. His rather alarming discovery tells viewers why all elephants today have long trunks. 2026 FAIRY TALE CLASSICS-- Presents 5 favorite tales in animation; The Red Shoes, Cinderella, Ali P,E 47 min. 1986 VOLUME 1 Baba, The Ugly Duckling, and The Bremen Band. 2027 FAIRY TALE CLASSICS-- Presents 6 favorite tales in animation; The Owl and the Pussycat, The P,E 60 min. 1986 VOLUME 2 Three Bears, Aesop's Fable of the Tiger King, Jack and the Beanstalk, Foiling the Fox, The Lion and the Mouse. 497 FAVORITE CHILDREN'S THE GINGERBREAD MAN (11 Min) outruns everyone and everything P,E 34 min. 1981 STORIES #1 who would eat him. RAPUNZEL (10 Min) tells the story of the beautiful princess imprisoned in a tower. THE SORCERER'S APPRENTICE (13 1/2 Min) enchants a broom to carry water for him. Puppets are used with music by Dudas. 498 FAVORITE CHILDREN'S TOM THUMB IN KING ARTHUR'S COURT (19 1/2 Min) is the story P,E 39 min. 1981 STORIES #2 of the brave little hero, from his birth in a rose, to the day he is made a Knight of the Round Table. BEAUTY AND THE BEAST (19 Min) tells of the prince turned into an ugly beast and the girl whose love for him breaks the spell. 494 FAVORITE FAIRY TALES #1 CINDERELLA (11 Min) The stepmother, sisters, fairy godmother, P,E 33 min. 1981 prince, and Cinderella are here with pumpkins and the glass slipper. GIFTS OF THE NORTH WIND (11 Min). When the North Wind scatters a poor boy's bowl of grain, he sets out to demand it back. PUSS IN BOOTS (11 Min). Jacques' wonderous cat knows that he can become whatever he wants to be. 495 FAVORITE FAIRY TALES #2 JACK AND THE BEANSTALK (11 Min) The magic beans brings P,E 33 min. 1981 Jack to the land of the terrible giant. THE MAGIC PONY (11 Min) is strange and ugly, but his magic helps his master. THE PIED PIPER OF HAMLIN (11 Min) agrees to lure away the rats with his music...for a price. 496 FAVORITE FAIRY TALES #3 SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS (11 Min). The wicked P,E 33 min. 1982 queen tries to have Snow White slain, but Snow White finds the seven dwarfs. THE TWELVE MONTHS (11 Min) are the spirits who helped Marushka find violets, strawberries and apples in mid-winter. THE WILD SWANS (11 Min) are really princes, bewitched by an evil queen. 4994 FISH IS FISH This story introduces a tadpole on his way to becoming a frog, but the P,E 5 min. 1995 question arises, is he a fish? As he travels he tells his story to the minnow who tries to join him on the beach. 4962 FLOSSIE AND THE FOX Plucky Flossie Finley asks a clever fox to prove that he is a fox before E 14 min. 1991 she will be frightened of him. The narration of the rural South. 6185 FOLKTALES FROM TWO This video contains two animated tales from different parts of the P,E 17 min. 1996 LANDS world. 2885 FOLKTALES: FAT Shows what happens when the television breaks. Tells the story of Paul P,E,M 17 min. 1986 ALBERT/COSBY KIDS Bunyan. 1593 FOOLISH BROTHER Follows two brothers who obtain a sack of gold coins. Foolishness saves P,E 26 min. 1987 their fortune. Sometimes being foolish can be useful. 3511 FREAKY FRIDAY Adapted from the book by Mary Rodgers, this award-winning comedy E,M 24 min. 1988 deals with typical family conflicts that take a new and funny turn when a mother and her teenage daughter magically change places for a day on Friday the 13th. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 76 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 3310 FRECKLE JUICE Based on the popular book by Judy Blume, this award-winning P,E 21 min. 1988 animated film is about a boy whose heart's desire to be freckled leads him on a series of misadventures and to the realization that he is fine just the way he is. 2546 FROG AND TOAD ARE Highlights Arnold Label's animated characters who show the value of P,E 18 min. 1987 FRIENDS accepting personal differences in friendship, and the importance of good communication and trust. LOTS OF FUN. 2536 FROG KING/MAKING OF Tells the story of a young princess who learns the importance of valuing E,M 25 min. 1987 FROG KING others when she is forced to keep her promise to a frog. BEHIND THE SCENES MAKING FROG KING. 3141 FROM THE MIXED-UP FILE Starring Ingrid Bergman, this film tells the story of two runaway E,M 30 min. 1988 OF MRS. BASIL E. children, living in the Met, who solve an art mystery with the help of an FRANKWEILE eccentric old woman. 1338 GOLDEN AMYE Presents three classic stories: "The Tale of Peter Rabbit," "Polly's Pet" P,E 30 min. 1986 ROSENBERG STORIES and "The Little Red Hen." 6568 GOLDILOCKS AND THE Three bears come home from a bicycling trip through the woods to find P,E 8 min. 1998 THREE BEARS a little girl all nice and cozy and fast asleep in baby bear's bed. Egads! 3689 GOLDILOCKS AND THE A delightfully animated version of the classic folktale in which a little P,E 12 min 1988 THREE BEARS (2ND ED.) girl's rudeness disrupts the placid lives of a happy family of bears. 2531 GOOSE GIRL Tells story about rivalry, jealousy and abuse. Set in 17th century, a E,M,H 20 min. 1984 young girl is restored to her rightful place after everything she values has been taken away from her. 4362 GRIMM'S FAIRY TALES #1: Using original artwork, these three videos bring the wonderfully rich P,E 10 min. 1989 THE FISHERMAN AND HIS world of Grimm's Fairy tales to your students. This storybook series is WIFE hosted by Hayley Mills. 4363 GRIMM'S FAIRY TALES #2: Cleverness earns a tiny tailor the throne from which he governs wisely. P,E 10 min. 1989 SEVEN WITH ONE BLOW; In "The Youth Who Wanted to Shiver," Jack must learn to shiver THE YOUTH WHO WANTED because he knows no fear. TO SHIVER 4364 GRIMM'S FAIRY TALES #3: In "Three Golden Hairs" see the wicked queen fail in her attempt to P,E 10 min. 1989 THREE GOLDEN HAIRS; destroy the beautiful princess. Hans is welcomed home by his mother HANS IN LUCK even though he lost his lump of gold in "Hans in Luck." 1425 GRINCH GRINCHES THE Shows two complete programs. In the first the Cat in the Hat tries to P,E 49 min. CAT IN THE ungrinch the grinch. In the second, a young man is given a magic piano HAT/PONTOFFEL POCK to help build his self-confidence and overcome the feeling that he is a failure. 5047 HALMANI Halmani is a Korean grandmother and this program tells the story of her E,M 30 min. 1989 meeting her Amerasian granddaughter and a look at the differences in their cultures and lives. 3702 HANSEL AND GRETEL Beautiful cell animation faithfully recreates this new version of the P,E 17 min. 1988 Grimm's classic fairy tale of two abandoned children who are almost eaten by a wicked witch. 2537 HANSEL AND GRETEL Set in southern Appalachia during the great depression. Focuses on how E,M 16 min. 1987 children's inner resources and mutual loyalty can help deal with their fears. 4503 HARE AND THE TORTOISE Tells through vivid animation and lively music the classic tale of the P,E,M 10 min. 1979 hare and the tortoise, that persistence and steadiness pay off. Develops skills in youngsters for observing visual details. 4275 HARRY AND THE LADY Based on the book by Gene Zion, this is an entertaining account of how P,E 20 min. 1989 NEXT DOOR Harry, the Dirty Dog, battles wits with an aspiring opera singer whose voice hurts his ears. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 77 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 3411 HARRY THE DIRTY DOG Based on the book by Gene Zion, this is the award-winning live-action P,E 18 min. 1988 story of an irrepressible dog, Harry, who escapes bathtime, runs away and has a series of hilarious misadventures that convince him that home is a wonderful place to be. 3036 HAWK, I'M YOUR BROTHER Follows Rudy Sato who learns about freedom as he struggles to E,M 24 min. 1987 understand why he cannot fly and why the red-tailed hawk he calls brother must fly. 6354 HERE COMES THE CAT A peaceful settlement of mice is threatened by the ominous shadow of a P,E 11 min. 1995 big cat. 6345 HOT HIPPO Hippo promises not to eat little fishes in exchange for being allowed to P,E 5 min. 1997 live in the cool water instead of on land. 3995 HOW THE ELEPHANT GOT Based on Rudyard Kipling's classic fable, this story introduces a curious P,E 13 min. 1987 ITS TRUNK baby elephant, who constantly asks questions. In an animated format, illustrates inquisitiveness and personal initiative. 6295 I'LL FIX ANTHONY This clever illustration of sibling rivalry is sure to delight young E 13 min. 1990 viewers. 1574 IN OTHER WORDS #12-- Criticism is most helpful when the critic begins with a positive E,M 15 min. 1987 HOW CAN I BE A comment, is tactful and makes specific comments or suggestions. CONSTRUCTIVE CRITIC? 1573 IN OTHER WORDS #7-- Considerations necessary in choosing the most appropriate word for a E,M 15 min. 1987 WHAT'S THE BEST WORD? situation. 2401 IN OTHER WORDS: Breaking a topic into subtopics makes preparing a report easier by E,M 15 min. 1988 BREAKING DOWN A TOPIC providing guidelines for collecting information. 2400 IN OTHER WORDS: Learning about an audience's interest, knowledge and expectations helps E,M 15 min. 1988 CONSIDER YOUR communicators achieve their goals. AUDIENCE 2403 IN OTHER WORDS: The three common ways to organize information are: chronological E,M 15 min. 1988 ORGANIZING YOUR order, in order of importance and by comparing and contrasting things MESSAGE or events. 2402 IN OTHER WORDS: USING When interviewers are collecting information, it is important for them E,M 15 min. 1988 PEOPLE SOURCES to be prepared, considerate and accurate. 2404 IN OTHER WORDS: WOULD Examples help communicators find out how a message should look, E,M 15 min. 1988 AN EXAMPLE HELP? what kind of language is appropriate and how it should be organized. 3528 INCIDENT AT HAWK'S HILL From the Newberry Honor Book by Allen Eckert, this story about a E,M 29 min. 1988 lonely boy who has difficulty talking with people and finds solace with the wild animals he befriends, gives an important message about communication and love. 2902 IT'S ME CLAUDIA! Presents adaptation from Alyse Newman's book about accepting and P,E,M 20 min. 1986 liking who you are. 4361 JACK AND THE BEANSTALK Jack and his mother live in a little run-down cottage. When they are P,E 16 min. 1989 unable to pay their rent, the landlord threatens them with eviction. 2539 JACK AND THE DENTIST'S Filmed with a predominately black cast and set in small town America E,M 20 min. 1984 DAUGHTER during the early 1930's, it is a comical story about a clever young hero who wins his true love by using his head. 6347 JOEY RUNS AWAY Joey looks for another home when he doesn't feel like cleaning up his P,E 8 min. 1997 messy room. 2541 KATHY Presents a refreshing and candid look at the delicate topics of E,M,H,A 26 min. 1987 handicapped people in today's society. SUCCESSFULLY PENETRATES THE APATHY AND ATTITUDES THAT ARE THE REAL BARRIERS OF THE HANDICAPPED. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 78 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 3699 KATURA AND THE CAT When Katura's dying grandmother gives her a mysterious key and P,E 11 min 1988 instructs her to cross the forest to attend an extravagant Halloween ball at the castle, Katura has a series of spooky adventures that leads her to the love she has been seeking. 3867 KIDS OF DEGRASSI STREET Catherine Peters' parents have been separated for some time. It is not E 10 min. 1989 #1--CATHERINE FINDS HER an amicable situation and Catherine often feel caught in the middle. BALANCE 3876 KIDS OF DEGRASSI STREET Martin is embarrassed at having to wear a hearing aid. A conversation E 10 min. 1989 #10--MARTIN HEARS THE with his classmates finally clears up his fears of being treated with pity MUSIC instead of friendship. Meanwhile, Rachel tries crash dieting--with disastrous results. 3868 KIDS OF DEGRASSI STREET When Billy and his best friend get a dog-walking job, they turn it over E 10 min. 1989 #2--BENJAMIN WALKS THE to Billy's little brother while they sneak off to experiment with cigars. DOG The boys get horribly sick and frantically search for Benjy and the dog. 3869 KIDS OF DEGRASSI STREET Ryan has been known to make up stories to get attention. When he and E 10 min. 1989 #3--RYAN RUNS FOR HELP Benjy ignore the "Danger - Keep Out" signs while playing at a construction site, Benjy falls into a pit. Ryan has trouble convincing anyone this is a real emergency. 3870 KIDS OF DEGRASSI STREET Into everyone's life comes a time when winning acceptance is of major E 10 min. 1989 #4--CONNIE MAKES A concern. As they enter the last term of grade school, three Degrassi CATCH Street kids try changing themselves to gain group acceptance. 3871 KIDS OF DEGRASSI STREET Karen promises to help Pete with his window-washing venture, then E 10 min. 1989 #5--KAREN KEEPS HER forgets a scheduled job when she receives an unexpected birthday WORD check. The yearbook committee also faces a difficult decision after the class votes to oppose nuclear weapons. 3872 KIDS OF DEGRASSI STREET The Pirates, a street gang, demand protection money from students E 10 min. 1989 #6--MARTIN MEETS THE running a car wash. One of the students enlists the help of her brother PIRATES Martin, who was considering joining the gang. Instead of joining them, Martin rallies the neighborhood to scare off the Pirates. 3873 KIDS OF DEGRASSI STREET Griff lost his parents in an accident two years ago. When his friend E 10 min. 1989 #7--GRIFF GETS A HAND Danny, the school-crossing guard, dies of a stroke, Griff is unable to cope with another loss and withdraws from friends and studies. 3874 KIDS OF DEGRASSI STREET Rachel takes a serious approach in a school election and sticks strictly E 10 min. 1989 #8--RACHEL RUNS FOR with the issues while her opponent, Billy, runs on personality and OFFICE dancing talent to attract votes. 3875 KIDS OF DEGRASSI STREET A class on careers gets the kids of Degrassi thinking about the future. E 10 min. 1989 #9--LISA GETS THE PICTURE Lisa becomes so preoccupied with new interests that a serious rift occurs between her and Casey, threatening to destroy their long friendship. 6178 KOKO'S KITTEN The real life story of Koko the gorilla and her experiences with her P,E 17 min. 1996 adopted kitten. 6400 LES TROIS OUR (THE This adaptation of the well-known story "Goldilocks and the Three E 15 min. 1996 THREE BEARS) Bears" retells in simple French the encounter between a litle girl and three bears. 4997 LET'S GIVE KITTY A BATH! Two children decide to bath the kitty and discover, like many ideas, that E 14 min. 1986 it's not as easy as they thought. 2891 LIBRARY REPORT Humorous and informative film that shows the steps for researching, E,M 25 min. 1986 organizing and writing a library report. 3424 LIBRARY WORLD How to use a card catalog, the Reader's Guide to Periodical Literature, E,M 16 min. 1988 microfilm and the reference section are some of the library skills two boys acquire when they stop by the library. 6562 LILITH SUMMER Strong emotional bonds are formed between eleven year old Ellen and E,M 28 min. 1985 Lilith, who is seventy-seven. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 79 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 6442 LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD Chinese-American writer Michael Din has retold this Brothers Grim P,E 25 min. 1997 tale with images from his family heritage of T'ai Chi, won ton and herbal remedies. Tony award winner B. D. Wong plays the Wolf, with Vu Mai playing Little Red Riding Hood. 4963 LIVELY ART OF PICTURE This program shows how picture books are created with interviews of E 57 min. 1964 BOOKS current authors and publishers. 1341 LORAX/HOOBER-BLOOB Shows the Lorax, a lovable creature, who speaks for the trees, trying to P,E 51 min. 1986 HIGHWAY stop the profit-greedy Once-ler from destroying the forest. Hoobler- Bloob Highway is a positive lesson about life's trials and treats. 4964 MAKE WAY FOR In this timeless tale of family life, Mr. and Mrs. Mallard find the perfect P,E 12 min. 1955 DUCKLINGS spot to raise their young in Boston's Public Garden. 3681 MAKING SENSE WITH When Sandy visits a recycling plant to write a report on pollution, she E,M 10 min 1988 OUTLINES (2ND ED.) starts with a skeleton outline and builds to a final full sentence outline. Shows some techniques of mechanics, style and form. 2878 MANNERS: THE MAGIC Shows children the value of politeness and courtesy when talking with P,E 16 min. 1986 WORDS others. 2092 MICKEY'S CHRISTMAS Tells the Charles Dicken's story of A Christmas Carol with an P,E 25 min. 1986 CAROL unforgetable cast of legendary cartoon co-stars. 6454 MIKE MULLIGAN AND HIS Big diesel machines threaten to put Mike Mulligan and his faithful old P,E 11 min. 1997 STEAM SHOVEL steam shovel, Mary Anne, out of business until Mike agrees to tackle a big job. 3592 MISS NELSON IS MISSING When Miss Nelson, an excellent but unappreciated teacher, disappears P,E 14 min. 1988 and is replaced by the poisonous "Miss Swamp" her students suddenly realize their loss and begin searching for her. Miss Nelson (Alias Miss Swamp) reappears as herself to a remarkably responsive class. This award-winning animation is based on the book by Harry Allard. 6174 MISUNDERSTOOD This animated video tells the story of a swamp bird and its search for P,E 8 min. MONSTERS: CREOLE friends. 6175 MISUNDERSTOOD This story is an animated tale of a misunderstood monster and his P,E 12 min. MONSTERS: THE contribution to the creatures around him. RELUCTANT DRAGON 6683 MOLLY'S PILGRIM Portrays Molly and her family who have moved to America from Russia P,E,M 24 min. 1998 and the prejudice Molly encounters from her schoolmates. Because of a Thanksgiving project, everyone learns what a pilgrim really is. 4995 MONKEYS FISH THE MOON The bright full moon emerges from behind the hilltops. A group of E,M,H,A 16 min. 1995 monkeys chase it until they trap its image in a pool. Teaches a lesson on reflection. 2670 MORE BOOKS FROM Tells how receiving exactly what they wished for affects the lives of P,E,M 15 min. 1987 COVER TO COVER #1: THE four people. WISH GIVER 2679 MORE BOOKS FROM Follows eleven year old James as he begins a new life when his family P,E,M 15 min. 1987 COVER TO COVER #10: contracts to sing on a T.V. show. COME SING, JIMMY JO 2678 MORE BOOKS FROM Identifies the wild and diverse Blossom family portrayed in this P,E,M 15 min. 1987 COVER TO COVER #11: THE contemporary and regional story. NOT-JUST-ANYBODY FAMILY 2681 MORE BOOKS FROM Tells the fantasy of Tom who discovers a dream garden that only exists P,E,M 15 min. 1987 COVER TO COVER #12: at night. TOM'S MIDNIGHT GARDEN 2683 MORE BOOKS FROM Presents this adventure by Dickens that involves the fates of Lucas and P,E,M 15 min. 1987 COVER TO COVER #13: Anna-Marie, occupants of Midnight Court. MIDNIGHT IS A PLACE Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 80 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 2684 MORE BOOKS FROM Follows Rose Larkin who discovers how to travel back in time through P,E,M 15 min. 1987 COVER TO COVER #14: THE her aunt and uncle's root cellar. ROOT CELLAR 2685 MORE BOOKS FROM Follows a mischief making prince and his whipping boy who encounter P,E,M 15 min. 1987 COVER TO COVER #15: THE many adventures when they decide to run away. WHIPPING BOY 2682 MORE BOOKS FROM Tells the fantasy tale of the struggle of the Old Ones in the conflict P,E,M 15 min. 1987 COVER TO COVER #16: THE between the Light and the Dark. DARK IS RISING 2671 MORE BOOKS FROM Follows a strange boy who teaches the village children how to fly. P,E,M 15 min. 1987 COVER TO COVER #2: THE SUMMER BIRDS 2672 MORE BOOKS FROM Depicts four teenagers working in a senior citizens' center, who P,E,M 15 min. 1987 COVER TO COVER #3: overcome their sterotypes of senior citizens. WON'T KNOW TILL I GET THERE 2673 MORE BOOKS FROM Follows an eleven-year-old girl who looks for a role model and advisor P,E,M 15 min. 1987 COVER TO COVER #4: THE while adjusting to changes in her life. AGONY OF ALICE 2674 MORE BOOKS FROM Follows ten year old Willy who is determined to revive his grandfather's P,E,M 15 min. 1987 COVER TO COVER #5: will to live. STONE FOX 2675 MORE BOOKS FROM Mama's Going to Buy you a Mockingbird--Young Jeremy Talbot learns P,E,M 15 min. 1987 COVER TO COVER #6: to accept his father's illness and death. MAMA'S GOING TO BUY YOU A MOCKINGBIRD 2676 MORE BOOKS FROM Follows four ghosts who learn to communicate with living friends to P,E,M 15 min. 1987 COVER TO COVER #7: prevent a crime. Also WHO KIDNAPPED THE SHERIFF: Tells a GHOST SQUAD BREAKS collection of related stories about Patrick O'Leary, Violet Deever and THROUGH the citizens of Tickfaw. 2677 MORE BOOKS FROM Tells a fantasy story in which a young boy defeats a dragon to regain a P,E,M 15 min. 1987 COVER TO COVER #8: THE magic token. CASTLE IN THE ATTIC 2680 MORE BOOKS FROM Features Darcy Stevens who is kidnapped along with the three children P,E,M 15 min. 1987 COVER TO COVER #9: she is baby-sitting. BABY-SITTING IS DANGEROUS 6179 MORRIS GOES TO SCHOOL Morris goes to school to learn how to read and count in this story. P,E 15 min. 1996 4996 MOUSE ON THE A look at the life on the Mayflower in its crossing to the New World as E,M 52 min. 1995 MAYFLOWER seen through the eyes of Willum the mouse. 4965 MR. SHEPHARD & MR. Christopher Robin reads from his father's book and narrates this E 29 min. 1973 MILNE documentary about the collaboration between the two men who created Winnie-The-Pooh. 2067 MRS. FRISBY AND THE Tells the story of a family of field mice that must find a way to move P,E 30 min. 1986 RATS OF NIMH (2 PARTS) their home out of the way of the farmer's plow. 4966 MUFARO'S BEAUTIFUL Mufaro's daughters are tested to reveal which one should marry the E 14 min. 1989 DAUGHTERS king. 3427 MY GRANDSON LEW Adapted from the book by Charlotte Zolotov, this award-winning film P,E 13 min. 1988 about life and death-a little boy loses his beloved grandfather-underlines the importance of memories and sharing with others. 3086 NANOOK OF THE NORTH Follows one Eskimo tribe, who pit their human frailties against the vast E,M,H 69 min. 1988 and inhospitable Arctic. A rare look at a vanishing culture. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 81 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 3485 NEVER CRY WOLF From the book by Farley Mowat, this true story about a young E,M,H 30 min. 1988 government biologist who travels to the Arctic to learn about wolves and is astonished to discover that they are tender, courageous animals who live in total harmony with their environment. Gives fascinating insight into one of the most misunderstood animals. 3487 OLD YELLER From the book by Fred Gipson, this is a story of a battle-scared mongrel E,M 28 min. 1988 and a young boy who form a touching alliance of needs and love. When Old Yeller contracts rabies, the boy faces an agonizing moment alone as he crosses the frontier from boyhood to manhood. 2290 ONDRA AND THE SNOW Tells the adventures of Ondra who is transported to a far away land by P,E 7 min. 1986 DRAGON the Snow Dragon where he finds a young princess whose heart is frozen in sadness. 3445 OTHERWISE KNOWN AS Based on the popular book by Judy Blume, a delightful story of a 10 P,E 25 min. 1988 SHEILA THE GREAT year old girl, Sheila Tubman, who learns who she really is when she confronts her greatest fears which include living in a house with a dog, sleeping alone in the dark and learning to swim. 2993 OVERVIEW OF THE Focuses on the 1987 English/Language Arts Framework that encourages E,M,H,A 15 min. 1987 ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS reading and exposes students to quality literature. FRAMEWORK 1988-89 3489 PAUL BUNYAN Animated presentation of the larger-than-life legend of the giant P,E 17 min. 1988 lumberjack and his blue ox, Babe--the greatest logging team in the West. 4969 PETUNIA A silly goose learns that carrying a book under her wing doesn't make P,E 10 min. 1971 her knowledgeable. 2077 PLANET OF JUNIOR Follows Junior Brown and his friend Buddy Clark who have played E,M 40 min. 1986 BROWN (2 PARTS) truant from their eighth grade class. 4291 POETRY IS WORDS THAT Shows how San Francisco`s much applauded Pacific Poetry Ensemble E 20 min. 1989 SING! develops and presents a dynamic classroom show designed to open the ears and minds of elementary school students to the magic of poetry. 2934 PORTRAIT OF MAYA Depicts the experience of returning home. Covers the eloquence, E,M,H,A 60 min. 1986 ANGELOU candor with which Art, Black Culture is transmitted. 3000 PROJECT VITAL: ESL #1 See description in ORIENTATION. E,M,H,A 120 min. 1987 3001 PROJECT VITAL: ESL #2 See description in ORIENTATION. E,M,H,A 120 min. 1987 3002 PROJECT VITAL: ESL #3 See description in ORIENTATION. E,M,H,A 120 min. 1987 3003 PROJECT VITAL: ESL #4 See description in ORIENTATION. E,M,H,A 120 min. 1987 3004 PROJECT VITAL: ESL #5 See description in ORIENTATION. E,M,H,A 120 min. 1987 3005 PROJECT VITAL: ESL #6 See description in ORIENTATION. E,M,H,A 120 min. 1987 3006 PROJECT VITAL: ESL #7 See description in ORIENTATION. E,M,H,A 120 min. 1987 2999 PROJECT VITAL: ESL Implements the natural approach to learning English by using E,M,H 33 min. 1987 ORIENTATION presentations of everyday scenes. Increases comprehension, and participation while providing cultural and individual insight. 6138 PUMPKIN CIRCLE This video provides a long look at a backyard and the pumpkins P,E 20 min. 1997 growing there. 4468 RABBIT HILL PART 1 & 2 Live-action nature story narrated by Burl Ives shows Little Georgie, a P,E 53 min. 1980 rabbit, having adventures in his rural neighborhood of Rabbit Hill. 6205 RAINSHOWER (REVISED) This program shows the early learner the beauty of rain and its P,E 15 min. 1996 sounds. 6181 RALPH THE MOUSE It is time for Ralph the mouse to move and this begins another P,E 41 min. 1997 adventure. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 82 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 3031 RAMONA Features Ramona, the star of Beverly Cleary's best selling children's E,M 60 min. 1988 classics. 3030 RAMONA: PERFECT Features Ramona, the star of Beverly Cleary's best selling children's E,M 60 min. 1988 DAY/BAD DAY classics. 3032 RAMONA: Features Ramona, the star of Beverly Cleary's best selling children's E,M 60 min. 1988 SQUEAKERFOOT/GOODBYE classics. , HELLO 3678 RAPUNZEL This award-winning animated classic uses beautiful music and visuals P,E 10 min 1981 to tell the tale of Rapunzel. 717 READ-IT 1: BLUE An unusual moose becomes a headwaiter and a successful author. (D. E 15 min. 1984 MOOSE/RETURN OF THE Manus Pinkwater) BLUE MOOSE 726 READ-IT 10: THE A lonely boy befriends a battered and dying dog. (Jane Resh E 15 min. 1986 COMEBACK DOG Thomas) 727 READ-IT 11: GIVE US A Rosy is the uncomfortable subject of a new photo book. (Sheila E 15 min. 1984 GREAT BIG SMILE, ROSY Greenwald) COLE 728 READ-IT 12: GROUND A young Indian warrior recaptures his stolen horse. (Joyce E 15 min. 1984 HOG'S HORSE Rockwood) 729 READ-IT 13: A An unusual family of orphans receive a Christmas surprise. (Natalie S. E 15 min. 1984 GRANDMOTHER FOR THE Carlson) ORPHELINES 730 READ-IT 14: TWENTY AND A moving account of how 20 French fifth grade students protected E 15 min. 1984 TEN Jewish refugees from the Nazis. (Claire Bishop) 731 READ-IT 15: THE The Whistling Tea Kettle by Mindy W. Skolsky and The Witch of E 15 min. 1984 WHISTLING TEA Fourth Street by Myron Levoy. KETTLE/THE WITCH OF FOURTH STREET 732 READ-IT 16: BEN AND ME A new interpretation of Benjamin Franklin's career through the eyes of a E 15 min. 1984 mouse. (Robert Lawson) 718 READ-IT 2: MY ROBOT The futuristic adventures of two young boys. (Alfred Slote) E 15 min. 1984 BUDDY/TRIP TO ALPHA I 719 READ-IT 3: HAVE YOU Junior detectives solve a puzzling mystery. (Patricia Giff) E 15 min. 1984 SEEN HYACINTH MACAW? 720 READ-IT 4: MY FATHER'S A kindhearted boy rescues a dragon. (Ruth Stiles Gannet) E 15 min. 1984 DRAGON 721 READ-IT 5: BOXCAR The orphaned Alden children rely on their wits and resourcefulness in E 15 min. 1984 CHILDREN their new-found shelter. (Gertrude Warner) 722 READ-IT 6: DEADWOOD The reader is the "hero" in these two branch plotline books. (Edward E 15 min. 1984 CITY/THE THIRD PLANET Packard) FROM ALTAIR 723 READ-IT 7: WHO'S IN Two stories that have the authentic ring of family tales passed down E 15 min. 1984 CHARGE OF LINCOLN?/THE through the generations. (Dale Fife and Lucille Clifton) LUCKY STONE 724 READ-IT 8: RISE AND FALL Three frontier stories from Richard Kennedy. E 15 min. 1984 OF BEN GIZZARD 725 READ-IT 9: TROUBLE FOR A vivid picture of life on early wagon trains. (Carla Stevens) E 15 min. 1984 LUCY Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 83 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 3433 READING IS.... This award-winning film motivates youngsters through the experiences E 25 min. 1988 of Kelly, an unhappy girl who is having trouble adjusting to her brother's serious illness, to spend more time reading, not only for enjoyment but as a way to learn answers to some of life's hardest questions. 3013 READING RAINBOW: A Hats to where? Anywhere! LeVar can go anywhere just by changing P,E 30 min. 1988 THREE DAY HAT the hat he wears. 2102 READING RAINBOW: Illustrates a South African lullaby and folk story. This is a magical P,E 15 min. 1986 ABIYOYO story-song about the terrible giant, Abiyoyo, retold and sung by Pete Seeger. 2096 READING RAINBOW: Follows the adventures of Alistair, a little boy who is captured by a P,E 15 min. 1986 ALISTAIR IN OUTER SPACE spaceship while on his way to return books to the library. 2095 READING RAINBOW: Explores what really happens between the late night hours and the wee P,E 15 min. 1986 ANIMAL CARE hours of the morning. LeVar Burton burns the midnight oil in the city that never sleeps--New York. 605 READING RAINBOW: Arthur needs glasses to help him see. Host LeVar Burton explores P,E 30 min. 1984 ARTHUR'S EYES many different ways of perceiving the world by using all his senses. 3913 READING RAINBOW: BARN Shows true bluegrass music and downhome dancing in the Tennessee P,E 30 min. 1989 DANCE hills, making fiddles, clogging lessons, and an authentic barn dance. 595 READING RAINBOW: BEA Ever wished to be someone else? Host LeVar Burton sometimes does P,E 30 min. 1984 AND MR.. JONES as he reads about a kindergartner and her father who trade places in "Bea and Mr. Jones." 3014 READING RAINBOW: BEST Best friends can be humans or animals, but whichever they are, it's P,E 30 min. 1988 FRIENDS wonderful to have them! 596 READING RAINBOW: Inspired by a tale from the Nandi people of Kenya and narrated by P,E 30 min. 1984 BRINGING THE RAIN TO James Earl Jones. Host LeVar Burton plans a fun-filled day around KAPITI PLAIN rainy weather. 3340 READING RAINBOW: The story of a lonely boy and an old brush that becomes a warm, P,E 30 min. 1988 BRUSH animated replacement for a lost dog. 3343 READING RAINBOW: BUGS Tells all about crickets and ants and fleas and lice and ticks and slugs P,E 30 min. 1988 and more! 1257 READING RAINBOW: Sometimes it takes teamwork to get things done right! Dance, music, E 30 min. CHAIR FOR MY MOTHER and special effects dramatize this philosophy in this enchanting story. 3080 READING RAINBOW: Shows chicken farm, other animals that lay eggs, turtle eggs, and turtle P,E 30 min. 1989 CHICKENS AREN'T THE eggs hatching on the beach. ONLY ONES 4538 READING RAINBOW: Demonstrates adaptation of plants and animals to life in Arizona's P,E 15 min. 1990 DESERT GIANT, WORLD OF Sonoran Desert; shows the seasons of the desert. A real-life "snake THE SAQUARO CACTUS man" gives a close-up look at a rattle snake. 598 READING RAINBOW: Host LeVar Burton sets off in his four-wheel drive "Jeeposaurus Wreck" P,E 30 min. 1984 DIGGING UP DINOSAURS to explore the mystery surrounding the life and death of dinosaurs. 3237 READING RAINBOW: Written by William Joyce--Oakland A's spring training; batting and P,E 30 min. 1989 DINOSAUR BOB AND HIS pitching instruction; "The Perfect Baseball Fan"; the Reading Rainbow ADVENTURES WITH THE Pony Softball Classic. FAMILY LAZARDO 4537 READING RAINBOW: DIVE Shows scuba diving in the coral reefs in Key Largo, Florida; studying P,E 15 min. 1990 TO THE CORAL REEFS the creatures that live in the reef; and a "reef doctor" rebuilding damaged coral reefs. 3914 READING RAINBOW: Shows a young girl's attempts to win a cat`s affection; lions and tigers at P,E 30 min. 1989 DUNCAN & DOLORES Marine World Africa USA in Vallejo, CA; behind the scenes at the Broadway musical Cats. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 84 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 2097 READING RAINBOW: Opens in Central Park which provides the backdrop for host LeVar P,E 15 min. 1986 FEELINGS Burton's probe into the endless variety of feelings. 4545 READING RAINBOW: Story by Jocelyn Wild P,E 15 min. 1990 FLORENCE AND ERIC TAKE THE CAKE 2101 READING RAINBOW: Examines what germs are, what they look like, how we catch them, and P,E 15 min. 1986 GERMS MAKE ME SICK? how our bodies fight against them. 600 READING RAINBOW: GILA A young boy's fantasies about what it's like to move "Out West" lead to P,E 30 min. 1984 MONSTERS MEET YOU AT an investigation of the Arizona desert. THE AIRPORT 603 READING RAINBOW: Lily Tomlin narrates the story of Gregory, a young goat who worries his P,E 30 min. 1984 GREGORY, THE TERRIBLE parents by being a fussy eater. LeVar Burton visits a zoo to find out EATER some surprising facts about the eating habits of goats and other animals. 1250 READING RAINBOW: HILL Dramatizes a volcano emerging and coming to life in a poor Mexican P,E 30 min. OF FIRE farmer's cornfield. 1253 READING RAINBOW: HOT Shows Henry the cat in a hair-raising ride on a hot air balloon. P,E 30 min. AIR HENRY 3233 READING RAINBOW: Tells the true story of a lost whale as written by Wendy Tokuda and P,E 30 min. 1989 HUMPHREY THE LOST Richard Hall. WHALE 2093 READING RAINBOW: Portrays a young girl who wakes up one morning to discover that she P,E 15 min. 1986 IMOGENE'S ANTLERS has grown antlers overnight! 4543 READING RAINBOW: JACK, Story by Gerald Aschenbrenner P,E 15 min. 1990 THE SEAL AND THE SEA 3011 READING RAINBOW: KEEP The true story of a brave young girl battling a tremendous storm at a P,E 30 min. 1988 THE LIGHTS BURNING, lighthouse. ABBIE 3915 READING RAINBOW: Shows stories of conquering fear--a native American tale about a young P,E 30 min. 1989 KNOTS ON A COUNTING blind boy, a TV reporter who overcame a physical deformity, camping ROPE alone in the wilderness. 599 READING RAINBOW: An old Chinese legend, about a boy who finds a paintbrush that P,E 30 min. 1984 LIANG AND THE MAGIC magically brings pictures to life, leads host LeVar Burton to participate PAINTBRUSH in a lion dance in New York City's Chinatown and explore a world of computer art. 3235 READING RAINBOW: Written by Karen Barbour--Homemade pizza; a family fireworks P,E 30 min. 1989 LITTLE NINO'S PIZZERIA business. 597 READING RAINBOW: LOUIS A whale of a tale about a man who turns into a fish, leads host LeVar P,E 30 min. 1984 THE FISH Burton on an exploration of exotic marine life, tide pools and dolphins. 3236 READING RAINBOW: Written by Jon Agee--Reading Rainbow bloopers; comedy made-over; P,E 30 min. 1989 LUDLOW LAUGHS old and current slapstick comedians. 2099 READING RAINBOW: Features Miles who gets a saxaphone for his birthday, and neither his P,E 15 min. 1986 MAMA DON'T ALLOW parents nor his neighbors can stand the racket. 3016 READING RAINBOW: A tall tale and a visit to the Old West provide a laugh and a chance to P,E 30 min. 1988 MEANWHILE BACK AT THE see the "olden days." RANCH 594 READING RAINBOW: MISS This book narrated by Ruth Buzzi, is all about surprises. Host LeVar P,E 30 min. 1984 NELSON IS BACK Burton finds some surprises of his own as he embarks on a birthday treasure hunt. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 85 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 3917 READING RAINBOW: Shows an African tale about two sisters; Central Park in New York City P,E 30 min. 1989 MUFARO'S BEAUTIFUL celebrates African culture; authentic African instruments and dances. DAUGHTERS 3916 READING RAINBOW: Shows an in-depth look at the ancient Egyptians mummifying practices, P,E 30 min. 1989 MUMMIES MADE IN EGYPT the Museum of Fine Arts Boston's work of conserving Egyptian artifacts, using technology to study an ancient mummy. 3017 READING RAINBOW: MY Learning to appreciate and experience another culture is a real P,E 30 min. 1988 LITTLE ISLAND adventure. 1256 READING RAINBOW: An opera-loving short order cook-turned-amateur sleuth prevents the P,E 30 min. MYSTERY ON THE DOCKS kidnapping of a famous singer. 1255 READING RAINBOW: OX- Nineteenth Century England is brought to life in a visit to Sturbridge P,E 30 min. CART MAN Village to share everyday experiences of Ox Cart Man. 1248 READING RAINBOW: PAUL Visits rural Maine to discover the roots of the mythical American logger P,E 15 min. 1985 BUNYAN and outdoor adventurer. 3076 READING RAINBOW: Shows Pigmania, Kermit the Frog in the Library, Pigericks (animated), P,E 30 min. 1989 PERFECT THE PIG and origin of piggy banks. 1252 READING RAINBOW: An exciting and amusing story about the adventures of Perfect, the P,E 30 min. 1986 PERFECT THE PIG winged pig. 3373 READING RAINBOW: Shows a Renaissance Pleasure Faire reenactment of medieval daily life-- P,E 30 min. 1989 RUMPELSTILTSKIN spinning wool from sheep to cloth, vegetable dyes. 1254 READING RAINBOW: Shows a visit to author Henrik Drescher in his studio to find out how P,E 30 min. 1988 SIMON'S BOOK Simon's Book began. 2100 READING RAINBOW: Explores what it would be like to meet beings from another planet. A P,E 15 min. 1986 SPACE CASE young boy has this very opportunity one spooky Halloween night. 3234 READING RAINBOW: STAY Written by Tricia Tusa--Garage sales; making art from junk. P,E 30 min. 1989 AWAY FROM THE JUNKYARD! 4546 READING RAINBOW: Story by Gail Gibbons P,E 15 min. 1990 SUNKEN TREASURE 4544 READING RAINBOW: THE Story by Allen Say P,E 15 min. 1990 BICYCLE MAN 3341 READING RAINBOW: THE Looks behind the scenes at a television studio to show how an ordinary P,E 30 min. 1988 BIONIC BUNNY SHOW rabbit becomes a superhero. 606 READING RAINBOW: THE A school field trip to a peaceful farm turns wild when Jimmy's pet boa P,E 30 min. 1984 DAY JIMMY'S BOA ATE constrictor escapes. Host LeVar Burton visits a farm and a livestock THE WASH fair. 602 READING RAINBOW: THE A folktale about a boy who brought the gift of horses to his people leads P,E 30 min. 1984 GIFT OF THE SACRED DOG to a powwow and a special ceremony with the Old Elk Family. 3010 READING RAINBOW: THE Where does honey come from? P,E 30 min. 1988 LIFE CYCLE OF THE HONEY BEE 4542 READING RAINBOW: THE Story by Joanna Cole P,E 15 min. 1990 MAGIC SCHOOL BUS INSIDE THE EARTH 2094 READING RAINBOW: THE Proclaims that it's fresh and cold, foamy and white, and one of nature's P,E 15 min. 1986 MILK MAKERS most nutritious foods--milk. 3012 READING RAINBOW: THE A generous restaurant owner receives a wonderful, magical gift from a P,E 30 min. 1988 PAPER CRANE stranger. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 86 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 3789 READING RAINBOW: THE Shows New York garment district, the Fashion Institute of Technology, P,E 30 min. 1989 PURPLE COAT and lifesize papier-mache sculptures. 3342 READING RAINBOW: THE A humorous story of a talkative chicken who outwits a couple of P,E 30 min. 1988 ROBBERY AT THE diamond robber mutts. DIAMOND DOG DINER 3081 READING RAINBOW: THE Shows New England waterfowl in a wildlife refuge; duck carving; duck P,E 30 min. 1989 RUNAWAY DUCK calls. 3008 READING RAINBOW: THE Egbert, a carved wooden duck, takes an unintentional trip around the P,E 30 min. 1988 RUNAWAY DUCK world. 1251 READING RAINBOW: THE Like the plodding and persistent tortoise, LeVar learns that to succeed, P,E 30 min. 1986 TORTOISE AND THE HARE you must never give up. 604 READING RAINBOW: As Host LeVar Burton strolls on the beach reading "Three by the Sea," P,E 30 min. 1984 THREE BY THE SEA he learns that stories can be created out of the sea, the sand, the air-- your imagination. 601 READING RAINBOW: Like the two children in the story, Host LeVar Burton encounters fun P,E 30 min. 1984 THREE DAYS ON A RIVER and exciting challenges as he goes camping with a group of enthusiastic IN A RED CANOE young friends. 593 READING RAINBOW: TIGHT Host LeVar Burton introduces the book "Tight Times" and shows his P,E 30 min. 1984 TIMES friends how to check out the public library. 4539 READING RAINBOW: Shows LeVar as he works on his car; wild, custom-designed cars; an P,E 15 min. 1990 TOOTH-GNASHER auto factory and a solar-powered car race. SUPERFLASH 607 READING RAINBOW: TV'S Lou Rawls narrates the story of a mysterious stranger who creates a one- P,E 30 min. 1984 ONE-MAN BAND man band out of odds and ends. 2098 READING RAINBOW: Follows a brother and sister who bravely travel alone across the ocean P,E 15 min. 1986 WATCH THE STARS COME to the great, unknown United States. OUT 6176 REALLY ROSIE Sendak's poems are delightfully set to music in the story of Rosie and P,E 26 min. her neighborhood kids and their own movie. 1337 RICHARD SCARRY ANIMAL Shows three favorites: "The Gingerbread Man," "Goldilocks and the P,E 30 min. 1986 NURSERY TALES Three Bears," and "The Three Little Pigs." 2134 ROLL OF THUNDER, HEAR Tells the story of nine year old Cassie Logan and her family in E,M 47 min. 1986 MY CRY (2 PARTS) Mississippi during the Great Depression of the 1930's. 4970 ROSIE'S WALK A single minded fox stalks an unsuspecting hen. E 5 min. 1970 6184 RUNAWAY RALPH Ralph runs away from home and takes his motorcycle on a fur-raising P,E 41 min. 1996 trip. 2533 RUPUNZEL, RUPUNZEL Exceptional story about a young girl's struggle with independence. A E,M 15 min. 1987 story that is re-enacted over and over with every parent and child. 2519 SAM, BANGS AND Tells the story of a young fisherman's daughter named Samantha (Sam) P,E 15 min. 1987 MOONSHINE and her reckless habit of pretending. 3597 SHOESHINE GIRL An adaptation of Clyde Robert Bulla's story about an arrogant little girl E,M 25 min. 1988 who takes a job in a shoe-shine shop and learns the rewards of responsibility and caring for friends. 1172 SIOUX LEGENDS Re-creates some of the legends closest to the philosophy and religion of E,M,H,A 20 min. the Sioux culture. Demonstrates the Indian feeling of identification with the forces of nature. 1307 SIXTEEN TALES: ANANSE Shows a Spider Man who completes some difficult tasks and wins a E 15 min. 1987 AND THE GOLDEN BOX golden box of stories from the Sky God. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 87 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 1313 SIXTEEN TALES: ANGRY Shows the tale of Lapowinsa who is stolen from the earth by an angry E 15 min. 1986 MOON spiteful moon and rescued by Lupan with some help from a charming grandmother. 1318 SIXTEEN TALES: BLIND Shows how goodness and devotion are rewarded in this voyage beneath E 15 min. 1986 MAN'S DAUGHTER the sea. 1310 SIXTEEN TALES: BRER This story from the Tales of Uncle Remus tells of Brer Fox and Brer E 15 min. 1986 RABBIT AND THE TAR Bear who devise a plan to catch the clever Brer Rabbit in a sticky BABY trap. 1314 SIXTEEN TALES: COYOTE Shows two stories about Trotting Coyote, the trickster who always loses E 15 min. 1986 AND in the end. COTTONTAIL/COYOTE AND THE BEAVER 1311 SIXTEEN TALES: DANCING Shows two Indian legends emphasizing a strong respect for and E 15 min. 1986 STARS/FRIENDLY WOLF relationship with nature. 1312 SIXTEEN TALES: FIRE These two Indian legends explain how humankind received fire and the E 15 min. 1986 BRINGER/HOW SAYNDAY buffalo. BROUGHT THE BUFFALO 1305 SIXTEEN TALES: FLEA Shows how cooperation triumphs and kindness is rewarded in this E 15 min. 1987 humorous tale about a king who loved riddles. 1308 SIXTEEN TALES: HOW Tells two popular spider tales about the cunning trickster Kwaku E 15 min. 1985 ANANSE GOT THIN Ananse. WAIST/VISITOR TURTLE 1315 SIXTEEN TALES: JOSE AND Deceived by an ungrateful crocodile, Jose seems doomed until a lively E 15 min. 1986 THE CROCODILE monkey's quick thinking saves him. 1304 SIXTEEN TALES: LAZY Shows a lazy, sly fox who tricks a coyote, but is outwitted by a slow- E 15 min. 1987 FOX/SENOR FOX AND moving armadillo. SENOR COYOTE 1316 SIXTEEN TALES: MA LIANG A young boy's perseverance and generous heart is celebrated in this E 15 min. 1986 AND THE MAGIC BRUSH magical tale. 1317 SIXTEEN TALES: TALE OF When a fisherman encounters a magical sea turtle and a lovely sea E 15 min. 1986 ORASHIMA TARO princess he forgets his family--for a while. 1303 SIXTEEN TALES: By demonstrating bravery, responsibility and devotion, a boy overcomes E 15 min. 1987 TEPOZTON, THE MAGIC a cruel giant and becomes king. BOY FROM THE MOUNTAINS 1306 SIXTEEN TALES: TIGER A poor, clumsy tiger is outsmarted three times by a small but clever E 15 min. 1987 AND THE RABBIT rabbit. 1309 SIXTEEN TALES: A lazy rabbit farmer and a hard-working elephant farmer create a large E 15 min. 1985 WAKAIMA AND THE CLAY clay man to protect the farmer's crops. MAN 6440 SNOW WHITE This new version of the classic tale is set in a beautiful southwest P,E 25 min. 1997 environment with voices of Native Americans, Graham Green and Buffy St. Marie. Two original songs are written and performed by Buffy St. Marie. 3412 SPEAK OUT KIDS! Describes the reactions of two students to the prospect of giving an oral E,M 23 min. 1988 report to their class. In the process of preparing their report they learn the methodology of speech writing, outlines, researching and speaking to an audience while gaining pose and confidence in their new ability. 4541 SPORTS PAGES Shows LeVar in a weight room, bicycle race, playing ice hockey, P,E 15 min. 1990 running an obstacle course, horse racing and swimming; an interview with a top-ranking gymnast; setting goals in sports; championship figure skaters. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 88 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 4972 STEGA NONNA Big Anthony finds himself knee deep in trouble and pasta when he uses E 9 min. 1978 Stega Nonna's magic pasta pot without her permission. 4971 STONE SOUP A look at the time when Napoleon was Emperor of France and the E 11 min. 1955 soldiers that lived in France at that time. 1711 STORYBOUND: BRIDGE TO Describes a touching story of two friends who together create a secret E,M 15 min. 1986 TEREBITHA and imaginary kingdom. 1714 STORYBOUND: CALL IT Portrays a Polynesian boy who must prove he deserves the name "stout E,M 15 min. 1986 COURAGE heart". 1725 STORYBOUND: ESCAPE Follows the story of Polish children's five year search to reunite their E,M 15 min. 1986 FROM WARSAW family during the turmoil of World War II. 1713 STORYBOUND: GHOSTS I Portrays a gypsy girl and an old man who pose as ghosts to frighten E,M 15 min. 1986 HAVE BEEN boys during their Halloween prank of tipping over the privy house. 1722 STORYBOUND: ISLAND OF Portrays the true and unusual story of an American Indian girl who lived E,M 15 min. 1986 THE BLUE DOLPHINS alone for eighteen years on an island. 1712 STORYBOUND: KONRAD Shows a skillful satire about a "factory-made" perfect seven-year-old E,M 15 min. 1986 boy. 1716 STORYBOUND: LIZARD Shows an amusing and original satire on modern culture and science E,M 15 min. 1986 MUSIC fiction fantasy. 1724 STORYBOUND: MOJO AND Features a hilarious story that leads a young boy and his gang from the E,M 15 min. 1986 THE RUSSIANS streets of Harlem to the Russian consulate, the New York police and the F.B.I. 1710 STORYBOUND: PILOT Describes a young man's struggle to survive on an unhabited island after E,M 15 min. 1986 DOWN, PRESUMED DEAD his plane crashes. 1723 STORYBOUND: PINCH Tells the folksy tale of a clever boy and his champion pig. E,M 15 min. 1986 1718 STORYBOUND: SOUNDER Portrays the powerful and moving story of a southern black family, their E,M 15 min. 1986 courageous son, and their hunting dog. 1717 STORYBOUND: THE Features a loving story of three children in a foster home. E,M 15 min. 1986 PINBALLS 1720 STORYBOUND: THE WITCH Portrays how the severe puritanism of 17th century New England E,M 15 min. 1986 OF BLACKBIRD POND provides disastrous circumstances for a high spirited girl from the Caribbean. 1721 STORYBOUND: TUCK Tells a story about a mysterious family who drinks from a spring that E,M 15 min. 1986 EVERLASTING bestows eternal life. 4429 STUART LITTLE, PART 1 Relates many interesting adventures of a little mouse, and develops E 19 min. 1989 imagination by combining the action of live actors with a stuffed toy. Motivates children to read the book. 4430 STUART LITTLE, PART 2 Relates the adventures of a little mouse, capturing the imagination by E 33 min. 1989 combining the actions of live actors with a stuffed toy. Motivates children to read the book. 4973 SYLVESTER AND THE This story tells of a hungry lion, a small, inventive boy and his family. E 12 min. 1992 MAGIC PEBBLE Told in music and animation. 668 TELETALES-- Beautiful Bianchinetta is pushed into the sea by evil Shamina. P,E 15 min. 1984 BIANCHINETTA 671 TELETALES--CALIPH Bagdad is the setting for this story in which a caliph finds himself P,E 15 min. 1984 STORK trapped in the body of a stork. 672 TELETALES--FIDDY WOW This whimsical folk tale shows what happens to people when they are P,E 15 min. 1984 WOW reduced to speaking nonsense after touching a magic stone. 662 TELETALES--HANSEL AND In this classic tale, two hungry and helpless children use their wits to P,E 15 min. 1984 GRETEL outsmart a nearsighted witch. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 89 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 667 TELETALES--LONG NOSE A witch turns poor Jem into an ugly creature with an enormous nose and P,E 15 min. 1984 no neck. 666 TELETALES--MOLLY Spunky, daring Molly O'Mally takes on the task of retrieving several P,E 15 min. 1984 precious items which a giant has stolen from her king. 673 TELETALES--PAKA'A Paka'a, whose invention of the sailing canoe made him famous P,E 15 min. 1984 throughout the Hawaiian Islands, has the power to control all the winds of the ocean. 663 TELETALES--SOONGOORA The clever rabbit, Soongoora, finds that his craving for honey P,E 15 min. 1984 AND SIMBA repeatedly gets him into trouble with Simba, the lion. 661 TELETALES--STAN Stan, a Rumanian peasant, suddenly finds himself father to 100 P,E 15 min. 1984 BOLOVAN children. To make money he takes a job as dragon slayer. 664 TELETALES--THE BARGAIN Myles and Donal McGarry encounter a crafty old gentleman who tricks P,E 15 min. 1984 them into working for nothing. 659 TELETALES--THE In this tale from India, kindhearted Sindhu is repaid in the end for the P,E 15 min. 1984 CHARMED RING friendship he bestows on a cat, a dog and a snake. 665 TELETALES--THE CHENOO In this North American Micmac Indian tale, Team warns his wife never P,E 15 min. 1984 to touch a leather pouch which hangs in their wigwam. 669 TELETALES--THE Peter, a young Russian boy, becomes a slave to a sorcerer who P,E 15 min. 1984 SORCERER'S BOY misrepresented himself as a teacher. 670 TELETALES--THE SQUIRE'S A proud and stubborn Norwegian squire gets a surprise on his wedding P,E 15 min. 1984 BRIDE/HALF CHICK day when his bride-to-be turns out to be a horse. And in Spain, a chick is born with only one leg, one eye and one wing. 660 TELETALES--THE WILLOW Li-Ho, the prettiest girl in all China, defies her greedy father and elopes P,E 15 min. 1984 TREE with the gardener's son. 2520 THANK YOU, MA'AM Depicts an encounter between an older black woman and a ten year old P,E,M 12 min. 1987 black boy. The boy follows her and grabs her pocketbook. 1438 THE ADVENTURES OF A marvelous retelling of the classic Beatrix Potter story with music and P,E 30 min. 1985 PETER RABBIT sound effects. 3162 THE BAMBOO BRUSH A boy learns to respect his cultural heritage in this drama adapted from E,M,H 26 min. 1988 the book "Binky and the Bamboo Brush." 4951 THE BOY AND THE Animated story of a boy who cares for an injured snow goose and they E 11 min. 1986 SNOWGOOSE become friends. 3142 THE BOY WHO CRIED WOLF Presents one of Aesop's most famous fables about the importance of P,E 11 min. 1988 making your cries of help count and telling the truth. 2073 THE BREMEN-TOWN Depicts the classic folk tale by the Brothers Grimm about four animals P,E 11 min. 1986 MUSICIANS who have grown too old to be of use to their masters. 142 THE BUTTERFLY THAT One of the Just So Stories by Rudyard Kipling of a king with 999 P,E 11 min. 1988 STAMPED quarreling wives, who gets an idea of domestic peace when he hears two butterflies quarreling. 3165 THE CAP Based on the story "A Cap for Steve". A cherished baseball cap is the E,M,H,A 26 min. 1988 catalyst in a poignant story of a father's struggle for dignity in the eyes of his son. 2034 THE CAT IN THE HAT/DR. Features vibrant animation, lively music and clever lyrics that spark this P,E 51 min. 1986 SEUSS ON THE LOOSE II double journey into the unique and instructional world of Dr. Seuss. 6343 THE CATERPILLAR AND Two new friends discover on their own that spring is the time to turn P,E 8 min. 1997 THE POLLIWOG into "something else." 3158 THE CONCERT STAGES OF Humorously depicts the agonies of youth as a young man recalls the E,M,H 26 min. 1988 EUROPE year he was 15 and his mother entered him in a local talent contest. 4408 THE CRYING RED GIANT Excellent puppet animation and a folk story about a lonely giant will P,E 18 min. 1989 touch youngster's hearts and stimulate discussions about friendships. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 90 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 6365 THE DAY JIMMY'S BOA A young girl tells her mother about her class trip to a farm revealing a P,E 6 min. 1997 ATE THE WASH humorous chain of events. 6353 THE DEER FAIRY Lush visuals glowing with breathtaking colors and designs of the Orient P,E 25 min. 1985 make this an unforgettable viewing experience. 6290 THE DOG DAYS OF Arthur, our main character, is lured by an amulet worn by a fellow E,M 29 min. 1989 ARTHUR CANE student. The story that follows takes many twists and turns and changes Arthur forever. 966 THE EMPEROR'S NEW Shows a live-action version of Hans Christian Andersen's well-known E,M,H 28 min. CLOTHES fairy tale that appeals to the strong feelings youngsters have about hypocrisy. 4961 THE EMPEROR'S NEW A vain Emperor who loves new clothes wears a royal robe created E 8 min. 1990 CLOTHES especially for him by two swindlers. 4993 THE FIR TREE This story looks at a fir tree from the time of its first seeding to P,E 11 min. 1984 becoming a Christmas Tree. We view enjoying life as it exists not as we want it to be. 2877 THE FOUNDLING Sequel to The Accident. Shows a young boy coming to grips with the P,E,M 24 min. 1986 sudden loss of his beloved dog. 4989 THE FROG KING This video describes the value of growing up, themes of friendship and P,E 15 min. 1995 a look at parental authority. 6441 THE FROG PRINCE Starring the voice of Sinbad, the not-yet-handsome frog expresses P,E 25 min. 1997 himself in a rock 'n' roll jam. The voices of Danny Glover, Jay Leno and Bradford Marsalis also take part in this story of broken promises and discovered friendships. 3588 THE GOLD BUG Based on the famous short story of Edgar Allan Poe. Tells about the E,M 31 min. 1988 adventures of a young boy living alone on a desert island, who finds a gold bug, a secret code and encounters an old man and his towering mute servant, who are searching for Capt. Kidd's buried treasure. 6261 THE GOOD-BYE BOOK (THE A young boy's imagination becomes active when he discovers his P,E 13 min. 1990 MOVIE) parents plan to leave him with a babysitter. 6396 THE HAT In a lively and imaginative romp, a top hat with a mind of its own, P,E 7 min. 1997 changes a penniless man's life. 3529 THE INCREDIBLE JOURNEY From the book by Sheila Burnford, this story of a Labrador retriever, a E,M 28 min. 1988 bull terrier and a Siamese cat who nurture each other as they fight their way home across 200 grueling miles of Canadian wilderness is a tale of courage and loyalty. 4070 THE LION AND THE MOUSE Portrays in animation the fable of the lion who spares a mouse's life P,E 13 min. 1988 whereby the mouse promises a favor to the lion. The outcome is not what the students expect and teaches the value of kindness to others. 3483 THE LITTLE HOUSE Based on the book by Virginia Lee Burton. This is a charming story of P,E 8 min. 1988 a little house in the country at the turn of the century which suffers when the lights and noise of the city invade the peace and quiet of the countryside. 4514 THE LOON'S NECKLACE Pictures the Indian legend of how the loon got its unusual band of white E,M,H 11 min. 1949 feathers. Uses historic ceremonial masks of British Columbia rather than animation to depict the story. 4984 THE LOON'S NECKLACE See V004514 for description. E,M,H 11 min. 1995 2291 THE LOST SHEEP Tells the tale of a young shepherd who stumbles upon a mysterious P,E 13 min. 1986 underground kingdom while searching for sheep. 4990 THE MAKING OF THE FROG A look at the "Frog King" and the lessons it teaches. P,E 15 min. KING 3680 THE MOONBEAM PRINCESS Adapted from a Japanese tale, this is a charming animated story of a P,E 18 min. 1988 princess who is sent to earth on a moonbeam, and the many lives she touches. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 91 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 6180 THE MOUSE AND THE Ralph the mouse takes a high powered motorcycle out for a spin and P,E 41 min. 1997 MOTORCYCLE discovers new adventures. 4967 THE NAPPING HOUSE This is an animated tale of several individuals in bed asleep and the E 5 min. 1985 smallest one gets an itch. 3486 THE NIGHT BEFORE Disney animation provides a whimsical interpretation to the retelling of P,E 9 min. 1988 CHRISTMAS this delightful poem about a visit from Santa. 4358 THE NIGHT THE ANIMALS Lyricist Sammy Cahn collaborated with Jule Styne to write this P,E 23 min. 1989 TALKED animated musical about the Nativity. The story is told through the eyes of the animals in the stable. 3693 THE NIGHTINGALE Animated puppets tell the classic story of an emperor who is so P,E 16 min. 1988 enamored of a nightingale that he makes him a permanent guest in his palace, until a jewel-encrusted mechanical nightingale displaces the live bird in his affections. 3037 THE OTHER WAY TO Follows a young boy who explores the desert and learns the wisdom of P,E 16 min. 1987 LISTEN listening to the world around him. 3530 THE PIGEON THAT A boy's love for his pigeon forces him to walk again, working a E,M 47 min. 1988 WORKED A MIRACLE miraculous cure. 6439 THE PRINCESS AND THE Here the queen's search for the perfect daughter-in-law is recreated in a P,E 25 min. 1997 PEA palatial setting with Korean influence. Margaret Cho plays a demanding mother who places a delicate snow pea under the beds of 12 young ladies looking to marry her son. 2898 THE PUNCTUATION Teaches children the fundamentals of punctuation while introducing P,E,M 24 min. 1986 WIZARD them to the world of the English Renaissance. 1339 THE RED BALLOON A boy makes friends with a balloon and the balloon begins to live a life P,E,M,H 34 min. 1956 of its own. They play together in the streets of Montmartre and try unsuccessfully to elude the urchins who want to destroy the balloon. 3596 THE SEVEN RAVENS Accompanied by dramatic music, this animated version of the Grimm P,E 21 min. 1988 fairy tale tells the story of a seven year old girl who sets out on a quest to rescue her seven brothers who were turned into ravens by a vengeful witch at her birth. 3471 THE SHOT HEARD AROUND Presents a dramatic version of Paul Revere's ride and follows American E,M 32 min. 1988 THE WORLD history up to the first days of the War for Independence as Johnny Tremain plays his part in altering his compatriots to Britain's plans. Based on the book by Esther Forbes. 3131 THE SNOW QUEEN Based on the tale by Hans Christian Anderson, this animated tale traces P,E 21 min. 1988 the adventures of a boy and girl who are separated and united and who discover the power of the Snow Queen to "chill" human warmth and life. 1770 THE SNOWMAN Shows a young boy's dream about his snowman coming to life and P,E 26 min. 1986 together they share the joys and perils of winter. 6182 THE SNOWY DAY This video tells the story of a small boy's enchantment with a city's P,E 6 min. 1980 snowfall and the viewer sees him making snow angels and snowballs. 3536 THE SORCERER'S Illustrates the relationship of visual and musical creativity. Mickey P,E,M,H,A 10 min. 1988 APPRENTICE Mouse gives the performance of his career as the too-eager apprentice who seizes a chance to apply magic to his housework and trouble follows. 3777 THE SPELLING DRAGON Helps students learn a basic method for spelling any word, while P,E 16 min. 1988 providing an entertaining animated story of knights and maidens in distress which reinforces various spelling strategies. 4502 THE TALE OF KING MIDAS Relates the well-known tale of Midas with the golden touch. Shows how P,E 18 min. 1974 greed can make life unpleasant, and that some things are more important than money. Adds a sequel about not telling secrets. 6436 THE THREE ROBBERS A little girl named Tiffany sets three robbers straight, turning their gold P,E 6 min. 1997 to good. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 92 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 3537 THE TRUTH ABOUT Presents three Mother goose rhymes--Jack Horner, Mary, Mary Quite P,E 15 min. 1988 MOTHER GOOSE Contrary and London Bridge in the context of the factual historical events on which the story rhymes are based. 3150 THE UGLY DUCKLING Based on Hans Christian Andersen's famous story, this animated tale of P,E 11 min. 1988 an ugly duckling who grows into a handsome swan shows the folly of condemning things just because they are different. 6530 THE VALIANT LITTLE This tale gets new life in an African setting with James Earl Jones P,E 25 min. 1997 TAILOR lending his booming voice to the role of the king and Mary Curry playing one of the giants. 1437 THE VELVETEEN RABBIT Shows an enchanting story of how love transforms all things and toys P,E 30 min. 1985 become real. A beloved classic that will work its magic on the audience. 6315 THE VOYAGE OF Julie Harris narrates this tale with the essence of the legend. E,M,H 27 min. 1982 ODYSSEUS 3038 THE WAY TO START A DAY Uses animation to show Peter Parnell's illustrations of children who get P,E 12 min. 1987 a round-the-world look at customs people use to greet the day. 5048 THERE'S NO SUCH THING This children's story talks about ethnicity and holidays. E 23 min. 1994 AS A CHANUKAH BUSH, SANDY GOLDSTEIN 795 THINK ABOUT: CLUSTER A Focuses on language arts, mathematics and study skills and is organized E,M 60 min. 1984 (1) into 13 CLUSTERS, each one centered on one general thinking skill. Stresses the importance of using alternatives in problem solving. TIP presents two memory techniques, grouping and picturing, which aid in problem solving. 796 THINK ABOUT: CLUSTER B Focuses on language arts, mathematics, and study skills, and is E,M 60 min. 1984 (2) organized into 13 CLUSTERS, each one centered on one general thinking skill. Examines the processes used in estimating and approximating. TIP offers students a problem solving guide in estimating and approximating. 797 THINK ABOUT: CLUSTER C Focuses on language arts, mathematics and study skills and is organized E,M 60 min. 1984 (3) into 13 CLUSTERS, each one centered on one general thinking skill. Helps students understand that meaning depends on interpretation. CHALLENGE is to design a time capsule PREVIEW. 798 THINK ABOUT: CLUSTER D Focuses on language arts, mathematics and study skills and is organized E,M 60 min. 1984 (4) into 13 CLUSTERS, each one centered on one general thinking skill. Gives students three steps for collecting information to solve a problem. TIP presents two more memory techniques: linking and key words. 799 THINK ABOUT: CLUSTER E Focuses on language arts, mathematics and study skills and is organized E,M 60 min. 1984 (5) into 13 CLUSTERS, each one centered on one general thinking skill. Helps students to classify objects and information. TIP shows how the problem solving guide can be used by different people. 800 THINK ABOUT: CLUSTER F Focuses on language arts, mathematics and study skills and is organized E,M 75 min. 1984 (6) into 13 CLUSTERS, each one centered on one general thinking skill. Helps students recognize commonly occurring patterns and how patterns can be useful in solving problems. CHALLENGE is exploring the Loch Ness monster mystery. 801 THINK ABOUT: CLUSTER G Focuses on language arts, mathematics and study skills and is organized E,M 45 min. 1984 (7) into 13 CLUSTERS, each one centered on one general thinking skill. Helps students learn to base conclusions on evidence. 802 THINK ABOUT: CLUSTER H Focuses on language arts, mathematics and study skills and is organized E,M 45 min. 1984 (8) into 13 CLUSTERS, each one centered on one general thinking skill. Helps students sequence ideas or activities and plan a schedule. TIP has techniques for dealing with anxiety. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 93 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 803 THINK ABOUT: CLUSTER I Focuses on language arts, mathematics and study skills and is organized E,M 60 min. 1984 (9) into 13 CLUSTERS, each one centered on one general thinking skill. Helps students see the importance of finding and using appropriate criteria when making decisions, and reassessing criteria when necessary. 804 THINK ABOUT: CLUSTER J Focuses on language arts, mathematics and study skills and is organized E,M 75 min. 1984 (10) into 13 CLUSTERS, each one centered on one general thinking skill. Changing information into more understandable and usable forms. TIP shows three ways to achieve long-term goals. 805 THINK ABOUT: CLUSTER K Focuses on language arts, mathematics and study skills and is organized E,M 90 min. 1984 (11) into 13 CLUSTERS, each one centered on one general thinking skill. Judging information by its relevance, completeness, accuracy and reliability. TIP changes a bad habit by setting up a plan of self- discipline and self-reward. 806 THINK ABOUT: CLUSTER L Focuses on language arts, mathematics and study skills and is organized E,M 90 min. 1984 (12) into 13 CLUSTERS, each one centered on one general thinking skill. Helps students make more effective formal and informal presentations. CHALLENGE uses creativity to make something new. 807 THINK ABOUT: CLUSTER M Focuses on language arts, mathematics and study skills and is organized E,M 75 min. 1984 (13) into 13 CLUSTERS, each one centered on one general thinking skill. Examines the process of problem solving. CHALLENGE plans a city of the future. 4974 THREE BILLY GOATS A wicked troll tries to gobble up a family of goats when they go trip- E 6 min. 1991 GRUFF trapping over his bridge. 4025 THREE FOX FABLES (2ND Introduces in animation and the tradition of backwoods storytelling P,E 11 min. 1984 ED) some of Aesop's best allegories. Shows why Aesop, a slave of ancient Greece, so carefully chose the animals that would represent human beings in his tales. 4272 THROUGH GRANDPA'S Based on the book by Newberry Award winner Patricia Mac Lachian, P,E 20 min. 1987 EYES this is a poignant tale of how a young boy learns to really see his world. Captures the special bonds between a blind grandfather and his beloved grandson. 3676 THUMBELINA Animated puppets tell the story of Thumbelina, no bigger than one-half P,E 16 min. 1988 the size of a thumb. 4975 TIKKI TIKKI TEMBO This folktale explains why Chinese people no longer choose long names E 6 min. 1974 for their children. 2033 TOO SMART FOR Shows children from ages 3 to 10 some important lessons about how to P,E 40 min. 1986 STRANGERS WITH WINNIE deal with strangers, and protect themselves from potential danger. THE POOH Lessons are taught with music, songs, dancing and fun. Plus real-life situations acted out by children your students can relate to. 988 TOTAL PHYSICAL Berty Sega models activities and gives the highlights of these two E,M,H,A 35 min. RESPONSE: THE JOY OF language teaching approaches. Used successfully with beginning LANGUAGE ACQUISITION students of all ages in English as a Second Language (ESL) programs and foreign language classes across the country. 5001 TRAVELING This video teaches the early learner the alphabet, upper and lower case E 5 min. 1987 and teaches recognition. 3437 URASHIMA TARO Adapted from an ancient Japanese folktale, this beautifully animated P,E 12 min. 1988 film is about a young fisherman who is rewarded for his bravery by spending three glorious days with the princess of an underwater palace. When he returns to his home, he finds out that he has been gone not three days but 300 years! When he opens a gift box he has been given from the princess, but told never to open, he is transformed into an old man. 3764 VICTOR Exciting live-action adaptation of Claire Galbrath's acclaimed novel. E,M 27 min. 1988 Tells the heart warming story of a ten-year old Mexican boy's struggle to adjust to his new life in America. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 94 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 4530 VIDEO WAYS TO Represents an advance in relating the sound and sense of oral language P,E 12 min. 1989 READING/COATI to the reading process. Shows the adventure of a young coati when it strays away from the den looking for food. 4523 VIDEO WAYS TO Represents an advance in relating the sound and sense of oral language P,E 10 min. 1989 READING/COYOTE to the reading process. Shows a typical day in the den of a coyote family, with the mother closely watching her young ones. 4528 VIDEO WAYS TO Represents an advance in relating the sound and sense of oral language P,E 12 min. 1989 READING/DESERT to the reading process. Shows the great horned owl, kangaroo rat, CREATURES tarantula, ring-tailed cat and sidewinder in their adaptations to their harsh environment. 4525 VIDEO WAYS TO Represents an advance in relating the sound and sense of oral language P,E 14 min. 1989 READING/MALLARD to the reading process. Shows how a mother duck encounters many DUCKS dangers leading her newly hatched family to the water. 4531 VIDEO WAYS TO Represents an advance in relating the sound and sense of oral P,E 13 min. 1989 READING/OWL AND languageto the reading process. Shows an exciting confrontation where WEASEL a young owl almost becomes dinner for a weasel. 4524 VIDEO WAYS TO Represents an advance in relating the sound and sense of oral language P,E 10 min. 1090 READING/POCKET GOPHER to the reading process. Shows how a quick thinking pocket gopher uses all of his resources to outsmart a hungry gopher snake. 4526 VIDEO WAYS TO Represents an advance in relating the sound and sense of oral language P,E 10 min. 1989 READING/RIVER OTTER to the reading process. Shows how river otters swim about in play and in search of their dinner. 4532 VIDEO WAYS TO Represents an advance in relating the sound and sense of oral language P,E 12.5 min. 1989 READING/SKUNK AND to the reading process. Shows a mother skunk warning a wolf away WOLF from her family. 4527 VIDEO WAYS TO Represents an advance in relating the sound and sense of oral language P,E 10 min. 1989 READING/THE FLYING to the reading process. Shows a mother flying squirrel who goes out to SQUIRREL search for food, gliding down to the forest floor, where she finds nuts to eat. 4529 VIDEO WAYS TO Represents an advance in relating the sound and sense of oral language P,E 10 min. 1989 READING/WHITE TAILED to the reading process. Shows a mother white-tailed kite try to give her KITE young flying lessons. 2542 WEE GILLIS Features Gillis growing up in Scotland, who can't decide his future. P,E 19 min. 1987 Shows the geography and life in Scotland. 863 WELCOME TO POOH Teaches students about everyday lessons and the world around them. P,E 115 min. CORNER Includes episodes, "Safety First", "Rabbit Learns to Share", "Surprise, Surprise", and "The Great Outdoors." 2068 WHERE THE BUFFALOES Tells the story of Little Wolf who sets out to solve the legend of the E,M 14 min. 1986 BEGIN sacred lake and becomes a part of the legend himself. 4976 WHERE THE WILD THINGS Max is the hero of this children's book that tells the story of a small boy, E 8 min. 1988 ARE big adventures and his return home at the end of a full day. 4953 WHY CATS EAT FIRST American storyteller Michael Parent tells the story of cat outwitted by a E 6 min. 1986 mouse. 6304 WHY MOSQUITOES BUZZ A tall tale sets off a comic chain of mishaps among many members of E 10 min. 1984 IN PEOPLE'S EARS the African animal community. 3535 WILLIE THE OPERATIC Narrates the humorous story of a miraculous whale who sings opera and P,E,M,H,A 18 min. 1988 WHALE dreams of a debut at the Met. 1348 WINNIE THE POOH AND A Pooh and friends try to make amends after they forget Eeyore's P,E 25 min. 1986 DAY FOR EVERYONE birthday. When Eeyore realizes that it's the thought that counts, it becomes a happy day for him after all. 2032 WINNIE THE POOH AND Presents four adventures in storytelling; Winnie the Pooh and a Day for P,E 45 min. 1986 FRIENDS Eeyore, Hooked Bear, In the Bag, and Hold that Pose. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 95 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 1350 WINNIE THE POOH AND A blustery wind sweeps through the Hundred Acre Wood, toppling P,E 25 min. 1986 THE BLUSTERY DAY Owl's tree home, and making everyone, especially Pooh, very uneasy. In the end Pooh and Piglet prove themselves true heroes. 1349 WINNIE THE POOH AND Follows Pooh through a series of funny misadventures brought about by P,E 26 min. 1986 THE HONEY TREE his fondness for honey. How Pooh gets himself into and out of several sticky situations is a tale that brings much merriment to young viewers. 1347 WINNIE THE POOH AND Teaches an important lesson in friendship as a rambunctious Tigger P,E 26 min. 1986 TIGGER TOO bounces his way through this film, leaving a trail of laughter in his wake. 6498 WINTER ON THE FARM Shows the everyday chores such as milking, animal health and care, P,E 30 min. 1994 chopping wood, collecting sap, repair and maintenance of machinery and more. 2317 WORD WEAVING: THE ART Follows a teacher as she learns step by step the essential techniques of E,M,H,A 25 min. 1986 OF STORYTELLING the storytelling art, then observes her as she tells her class of enthralled elementary students the story of "The Elves and the Shoemaker". 2628 WORDSMITH: ANIMALS I Presents animal words to "buffalo" your friends. E,M 15 min. 1987 2629 WORDSMITH: ANIMALS II Explores having fun with a palindrome and the use for a hippadrome. E,M 15 min. 1987 2617 WORDSMITH: BODY I Examines wordcells which refer to body parts. E,M 15 min. 1987 2618 WORDSMITH: BODY II Describes more "body" words. E,M 15 min. 1987 2645 WORDSMITH: Explores using wordcells for sending messages. E,M 15 min. 1987 COMMUNICATION 2643 WORDSMITH: CONNECTION Examines how wordcells get things together. E,M 15 min. 1987 2627 WORDSMITH: CUTTING Examines incisors, appendectomy and dissect that are some "cutting" E,M 15 min. 1987 wordcells. 2619 WORDSMITH: FIRE Explores wordcells which refer to fire or heat. E,M 15 min. 1987 2640 WORDSMITH: FOOD Identifies wordcells in your favorite foods. E,M 15 min. 1987 2636 WORDSMITH: FORM Defines key words that are uniform, friendly and amorphous. E,M 15 min. 1987 2632 WORDSMITH: LEADING Examines wordcells about government and rulers. E,M 15 min. 1987 2620 WORDSMITH: LOOKING Examines vision wordcells and other "seeing" words. E,M 15 min. 1987 2644 WORDSMITH: MEASURE Takes a look at a speedo-meter that isn't and a measure by a hand that E,M 15 min. 1987 AND METRICS is. 2631 WORDSMITH: NATURE Examines wordcells about the sea, earth and ecology. E,M 15 min. 1987 2621 WORDSMITH: NUMBERS I Examines number wordcells and why a dozen is too many. E,M 15 min. 1987 2622 WORDSMITH: NUMBERS II Examines wordcells which mean more than one. E,M 15 min. 1987 2623 WORDSMITH: NUMBERS III Examines number words for measurement and money. E,M 15 min. 1987 2635 WORDSMITH: POSITION Examines wordcells for standing, posing and sitting. E,M 15 min. 1987 2639 WORDSMITH: POTPOURRI Examines a potpourri of words and word meanings. E,M 15 min. 1987 2642 WORDSMITH: RELATIVES Examines Mater, Pater, names for people. E,M 15 min. 1987 2630 WORDSMITH: SERENDIPITY Reviews wordcells as you write logograms. E,M 15 min. 1987 Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 96 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 2637 WORDSMITH: SIZE Examines mini or mega, it's all about size. E,M 15 min. 1987 2616 WORDSMITH: SOUND Describes how alliteration and onomatopoeia help develop new E,M 15 min. 1987 vocabulary. 2638 WORDSMITH: TALKING Examines using the wordcells dict- loqu- and log- for speech. E,M 15 min. 1987 2626 WORDSMITH: TIME Uses words to measure time; where pre ends and post begins. E,M 15 min. 1987 2633 WORDSMITH: Explores words to move you. E,M 15 min. 1987 TRANSPORTATION I 2634 WORDSMITH: Examines more words that move. E,M 15 min. 1987 TRANSPORTATION II 2641 WORDSMITH: TWIST AND Explores new twists on familiar words. E,M 15 min. 1987 TURN 2624 WORDSMITH: WALK AND Looks at wordcells that make things move. E,M 15 min. 1987 RUN 2625 WORDSMITH: WATER Follows a super sub that introduces watery wordcells. E,M 15 min. 1987 2880 WRITE A LETTER Demonstrates that personal letter-writing can be fun and rewarding. P,E 21 min. 1986 Teaches basic steps of writing business and personal letters. 4281 WRITE AN ESSAY In this dramatic portrayal, neighborhood youngsters learn about the four E,M 22 min. 1989 types of essays and how to write each type. They use this information to create change in their community. 2657 WRITER'S REALM: A Shows a group of young authors responding to each other's work. E,M 15 min. 1988 LITTLE HELP FROM YOUR FRIENDS 2650 WRITER'S REALM: ASKING Shows the results of different kinds of questions in planning E,M 15 min. 1988 THE RIGHT QUESTIONS interviews. 2660 WRITER'S REALM: Illustrates the importance of proofreading and shows techniques for E,M 15 min. 1988 CHECKING IT OUT checking written work. 2658 WRITER'S REALM: Demonstrates the importance of including the right details in writing. E,M 15 min. 1988 DETAILS, DETAILS 2659 WRITER'S REALM: Shares techniques for incorporating additional details in writing E,M 15 min. 1988 EVERYTHING IN ITS PLACE drafts. 2654 WRITER'S REALM: IT'S Shows how writers use comparisons and link ideas to make their writing E,M 15 min. 1988 LIKE THIS interesting and effective. 2655 WRITER'S REALM: JUST Shows the relationship between verbal and written expression. E,M 15 min. 1988 THE RIGHT TONE 2652 WRITER'S REALM: LET'S Reveals reasons and techniques for reorganizing the events in a story, E,M 15 min. 1988 GET ORGANIZED using timelines, flashbacks, and flashforwards. 2651 WRITER'S REALM: PICTURE Uses the imagination to fill in details when writing, combined with E,M 15 min. 1988 THIS research and real-life experience. 2646 WRITER'S REALM: PUT IT Illustrates using writing in every day life. Shows that writers and E,M 15 min. 1988 IN WRITING writing are all around and stages of prewriting, writing, rewriting, proofreading and publishing. 2656 WRITER'S REALM: SEE Demonstrates techniques to spark ideas for the elements of a script. E,M 15 min. 1988 WHAT I'M SAYING 2653 WRITER'S REALM: SHOW Illustrates how details in stories help readers see, hear, and feel what the E,M 15 min. 1988 ME WHAT YOU MEAN writer intends. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 97 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 2649 WRITER'S REALM: THAT'S Teaches 5 steps to notetaking: Locate, Look, List, Look again, and E,M 15 min. 1988 WORTH NOTING Label. 2648 WRITER'S REALM: THE Uses a variety of resources. Shows methods of collecting information, E,M 15 min. 1988 SEARCH BEGINS using web diagrams. 2647 WRITER'S REALM: WHAT'S Selecting topics and getting started. Describes keeping journals, E,M 15 min. 1988 THE IDEA? freewriting and brainstorming as strategies for basic writing. 2551 WRITING WELL SERIES #1-- Based on the techniques developed by the California Writing Project. P,E 8 min. 1987 PLANNING Spells out how to gather and develop ideas before starting to write. 2552 WRITING WELL SERIES #2-- See description Program #1. Shows the post-writing process of sharing P,E 11 min. 1987 SHARING writing in a small group. 2553 WRITING WELL SERIES #3-- See description Program #1. Tells about using vivid descriptive words, P,E 14 min. 1987 SENTENCES the perils of run-on sentences, short choppy sentences, combining and connective words. 2554 WRITING WELL SERIES #4-- See description Program #1. Examines topic sentences, organizing P,E 16 min. 1987 PARAGRAPHS sentences, construction within the paragraph. 1287 YOU CAN WRITE Introduces and develops writing techniques. Teaches that being E,M 15 min. 1985 ANYTHING #1--GETTING observant and using personal experiences can help develop ideas. IDEAS 1296 YOU CAN WRITE Using their imaginations, students develop an outline for a play and E,M 15 min. 1987 ANYTHING #10--WRITING A work on suitable dialogue for their chosen characters. PLAY 1288 YOU CAN WRITE Discovers that writers can use their imaginations to make up any E,M 15 min. 1987 ANYTHING #2--UNLOCK person, place or thing. YOUR IMAGINATION 1289 YOU CAN WRITE Introduces a valuable writers tool--a Thesaurus--and illustrates how E,M 15 min. 1987 ANYTHING #3--USING vivid words can paint a more colorful picture. WORDS 1290 YOU CAN WRITE Illustrates effective story beginnings that "grab" the reader's attention E,M 15 min. 1986 ANYTHING #4--BEGINNINGS and interest. 1291 YOU CAN WRITE Introduces and develops writing techniques. Discusses why writers E,M 15 min. 1986 ANYTHING #5--STORIES 1-- have to think through the development of their stories, even if plans PLANNING change as they write. 1292 YOU CAN WRITE Introduces and develops writing techniques. Shows that story E,M 15 min. 1986 ANYTHING #6--STORIES 2-- characters become real when the writer allows them to reveal CHARACTERS themselves through their actions and words. 1293 YOU CAN WRITE Introduces and develops writing techniques. Shows a girl who becomes E,M 15 min. 1986 ANYTHING #7--STORIES 3-- involved in her own mystery--with an unusual twist for the ending! ENDINGS 1294 YOU CAN WRITE Introduces and develops writing techniques. Discusses how perceptions E,M 15 min. 1986 ANYTHING #8--POWER OF can be influenced by choice of words. WORDS 1295 YOU CAN WRITE Introduces and develops writing techniques. Shows a workable seven- E,M 15 min. 1986 ANYTHING #9--REPORTS step format for good report writing. 6375 ZLATEH THE GOAT With the holiday season approaching, poor Reuben, the furrier, has no P,E 22 min. 1997 recourse but to sell the family's beloved goat for supplies. But Aaron has other ideas. Mathematics Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 98 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 5065 ALL SIZES AND SHAPES: A look at shapes and area for young learners. E 15 min. 1995 MEASURING PERIMETER AND AREA (MATH TALK SERIES) 6931 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE Telescopes, spectroscopes, microscopes, stethoscopes, radar, E,M,H 24 min. 1998 GUY: MEASUREMENT thermometers, scales, barometers and rulers are used to measure everything around us. 5066 BOTH SIDES OF ZERO: Through the use of different examples the early learner can see several E 15 min. 1995 PLAYING WITH POSITIVE examples of positive and negative numbers. AND NEGATIVE NUMBERS (MATH TALK SERIES 1499 CHALLENGE OF THE A series about mathematics and problem solving, each focusing on a E,M,H 21 min. 1986 UNKNOWN #1--THE specific problem solving step. States that even when you've found the ARGUMENT solution to a problem, challenging the result reinforces what's been learned, so that the next encounter with a similar problem will be even more fruitful. 1498 CHALLENGE OF THE States that good estimates are based on a previous experience, and E,M,H 21 min. 1986 UNKNOWN #2--THE judicious sampling of data and a feel for the type of answer that's ESTIMATION appropriate to the problem at hand. 1497 CHALLENGE OF THE Explains breaking down large and complex problems into component E,M,H 21 min. 1986 UNKNOWN #3--THE parts and tracking each in order. MANAGEMENT 1494 CHALLENGE OF THE Explains that sorting through the data you have can help you determine E,M,H 21 min. 1986 UNKNOWN #4--THE what's relevant and what's missing. INFORMATION 1495 CHALLENGE OF THE States that to get a problem ready for solution, it helps to personalize it, E,M,H 21 min. 1986 UNKNOWN #5--THE making a model, sketching a diagram, graph or chart, restarting, or RESTATEMENT rewording the problem. 1496 CHALLENGE OF THE States that choosing the one best path from many possible paths leads to E,M,H 21 min. 1986 UNKNOWN #6--THE a solution. OUTCOMES 1493 CHALLENGE OF THE Explains that understanding the situation means uncovering its E,M,H 21 min. 1986 UNKNOWN #7--SITUATION underlying structure, recognizing familiar patterns and arriving at a useful description of the problem. 1501 CHALLENGE OF THE Shows the thought process of ancient man, such as that of a boomerang E,M,H 20 min. 1985 UNKNOWN #8--X= AM I returning to the spot from which it was thrown. RIGHT? 5067 CLOSE ENOUGH: All measurement is approximate. You need more or less accuracy at E 15 min. 1995 ESTIMATING (MATH TALK different times, so choose the right tool. SERIES) 2065 DECIMAL OPERATIONS States that decimals are used in many everyday experiences. Uses real E 14 min. 1986 AND USES (INTERMEDIATE) life examples to illustrate addition, subtraction, multiplication of decimals. 6445 DECIMALS - TO BE EXACT Lesson 1 explores the concept of place value to the right of the decimal E 20 min. 1994 PART 2 point. Lesson 2 illustrates how both decimal numbers and fractions express parts of a whole or a set. Lesson 3 models the process of adding and subtracting decimal numbers. 6444 DECIMALS - TO BE EXACT This two-tape series clearly presents the concept of decimal numbers. E 20 min. 1994 PART I Lesson 1 develops the concept of being exact when measuring or counting. Lesson 2 defines decimal numbers and illustrates the function of the decimal point. Lesson 3 extends place value to the right of the decimal point and present guidelines for reading and writing decimals correctly. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 99 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 3503 DECIMALS: WHAT'S THE Presents the basic concepts of the decimal system in the format of a E 15 min. 1988 POINT? "music video". Shows decimals as fractional equivalents; Base 10; place values; money as decimal fractions; placement of the decimal point; and annexing zeroes. 283 DOC CRANSHAW AND THE Doc Cranshaw and Joey use liter, milliliters, cubic centimeters and E,M 15 min. 1976 KID--THE CONTEST: cubic decimeters in their volume measuring. A variety of measurement VOLUME 2 processes for determining the volume of rectangular solids is also presented. 278 DOC CRANSHAW AND THE Doc Cranshaw and "The Kid" are introduced to the litre(l) and the E,M 15 min. 1976 KID--THE MEDICINE SHOW: Millilitre(ml.). Methods for determining the volume of liquid and VOLUME 1 granular substances are also presented. 284 DOC CRANSHAW AND THE In several interesting applications, Joey practices the formula V=lxwxh E,M 15 min. 1976 KID--THE WINNER: and discovers the relationship 1ml.-1em. He also uses the principle of VOLUME 3 water displacement to determine the volume of nonrectangular objects. 5069 DON'T JUMP TO A look at statistics and what they mean. E 15 min. 1995 CONCLUSIONS: INTERPRETING STATISTICS (MATH TALK SERIES) 1346 DONALD IN MATHMAGIC Introduces the theories that shape higher mathematics. Donald Duck E,M 26 min. 1986 LAND discovers the world of math-including the pentagram, the golden, and the spiral. 6736 EDDIE FILES BOX 4 - (1) Lonesome Pine (Ratios) - Eddie faces one of his biggest challenges E 44 min. 1999 PROGRAMS 1 & 2 when a young Ponderosa Pine ends up on his doorstep in need of a place to put down roots. (2) Green Thumb (Variables) - In order to complete a school project, it looks to Eddie as though he is going to have to solve one of life's great mysteries: what is a Green Thumb? 6737 EDDIE FILES BOX 4: (3) The Dessert Derby (Charts & Graphs) - Every year Eddie's Aunt Ida E 44 min. 1999 PROGRAMS 3 & 4 enters one of her unusual culinary creations in East Harlem Community Center's annual dessert derby, and every year she wins - nothing. (4) Take A Bite (Percents) - Eddie's photography hobby could pay off. New York City's Deputy Mayor chose one of his photos for New York City's tourist campaign. 5070 EVENING THINGS OUT: The early learner sees what averages mean and how to calculate E 15 min. 1995 UNDERSTANDING them. AVERAGES (MATH TALK SERIES) 5071 FACTOR 'EM IN: A look at practical suggestions for children to grasp the multiples E 15 min. 1995 EXPLORING FACTORS AND concept. MULTIPLES (MATH TALK SERIES) 1598 FLASH CARDS--DIVISION SEE DESCRIPTION IN ADDITION. P,E 30 min. 1987 1597 FLASH CARDS-- SEE DESCRIPTION IN ADDITION. P,E 30 min. 1987 MULTIPLICATION 5072 FLIP AND FOLD: SEEING A look at shapes and how to change them. E 15 min. 1995 SYMMETRY (MATH TALK SERIES) 6446 FRACTIONS AND ALL Part 1 describes what fractions are and why they are useful. Numerator E 23 min. 1994 THEIR PARTS PART 1 and denominator are defined and illustrated. Work with fractions begins by finding the fraction of a number. Each lesson ends with a review. 6447 FRACTIONS AND ALL Part 3 covers the addition and subtraction of fractions and mixed E,M 22 min. 1992 THEIR PARTS PART 3 numbers. Problems from daily life are presented with bright, colorful animations. Reviews are interspersed through the lessons. 2059 FRACTIONS: REVISED SOME OPERATIONS WITH FRACTIONS--Explains how the size of E,M,H,A 14 min. 1986 the numerator or denominator affects the value of the fraction. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 100 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 5073 GETTING INTO SHAPES: A look at polygons and how they contribute to shapes everywhere. E 15 min. 1995 PLAYING WITH POLYGONS (MATH TALK SERIES) 1768 IMAGE, GRAPH, SYMBOLS Shows representation and intervention in the learning of mathematics. E,M,H,A 28 min. 1986 Demonstrates the use of geoboards and several types of mathematics software. 2058 INTRODUCTION TO Explains the ideas of base-ten counting to decimals. Shows how E 14 min. 1986 DECIMALS decimals are used in the metric system. (INTERMEDIATE) 2256 IT FIGURES #1 Deciding When to Use Subtraction. E 15 min. 1986 2265 IT FIGURES #10 Using Mental Computation. E 15 min. 1986 2266 IT FIGURES #11 Using Division. E 15 min. 1986 2267 IT FIGURES #12 Problem Solving: Making a Table. E 15 min. 1986 2268 IT FIGURES #13 Using Multiplication and Addition. E 15 min. 1986 2269 IT FIGURES #14 Relating Fractions and Decimals. E 15 min. 1986 2270 IT FIGURES #15 Predicting Your Change. E 15 min. 1986 2271 IT FIGURES #16 Using Bar Graphs. E 15 min. 1986 2272 IT FIGURES #17 Understanding Remainders. E 15 min. 1986 2273 IT FIGURES #18 Problem Solving: Recognizing Necessary Information. E 15 min. 1986 2274 IT FIGURES #19 Finding Equivalent Fractions. E 15 min. 1986 2257 IT FIGURES #2 Deciding How Close to Measure. E 15 min. 1986 2275 IT FIGURES #20 Finding Area by Covering. E 15 min. 1986 2276 IT FIGURES #21 Making Sense of a Big Number. E 15 min. 1986 2277 IT FIGURES #22 Estimating When Dividing. E 15 min. 1986 2278 IT FIGURES #23 Comparing Decimals. E 15 min. 1986 2279 IT FIGURES #24 Using Probability. E 15 min. 1986 2280 IT FIGURES #25 Changing Scale on a Graph. E 15 min. 1986 2281 IT FIGURES #26 Problem Solving: Keep on Trying. E 15 min. 1986 2282 IT FIGURES #27 Problem Solving: Many Ways To Go. E 15 min. 1986 2283 IT FIGURES #28 Problem solving: Using a Guide. E 15 min. 1986 2258 IT FIGURES #3 Problem Solving: Acting It Out. E 15 min. 1986 2259 IT FIGURES #4 Using Estimation. E 15 min. 1986 2260 IT FIGURES #5 Understanding a Place Value. E 15 min. 1986 2261 IT FIGURES #6 Deciding When to Use Multiplication. E 15 min. 1986 2262 IT FIGURES #7 Using Fractions. E 15 min. 1986 Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 101 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 2263 IT FIGURES #8 Problem Solving: Drawing a Picture. E 15 min. 1986 2264 IT FIGURES #9 Looking at Objects From Different Positions. E 15 min. 1986 5074 LET ME COUNT THE WAYS: A look at how to count collections of items systematically. E 15 min. 1995 COUNTING AND COMBINATORICS (MATH TALK SERIES) 3022 MAKING MATH FUN: Shows students how to "un-complicate" digital roots, draw interest and E,M,H 30 min. 1987 DIGITAL ROOTS hold concentration better. Makes it fun to master digital roots. 3024 MAKING MATH FUN: MATH Features old favorites like Numero, Off the Board, Nim, Matho, and E,M,H 30 min. 1987 FUN-GAMES Pairs. Each game will bring new light to math problems. 3021 MAKING MATH FUN: MATH Presents mystifying numerical tricks and shows students the fun they E,M,H 54 min. 1987 MAGIC can have with their new-found favorite subject. 3020 MAKING MATH FUN: Combines more math fun with an interesting look at Origami including E,M,H 26 min. 1987 PAPER MAGIC the Flopping Bird and Paper Cutting. 3023 MAKING MATH FUN: Explores how to attract students to the art of math sequences and help E,M,H 30 min. 1987 SEQUENCES AND them learn to make predictions with numbers. PREDICTIONS 1025 MATH FOR BEGINNERS #1: The animated Calculating Kangaroo gets children thinking about E 12 min. ADDITION (3RD ED) numbers and their relationship to addition. 1026 MATH FOR BEGINNERS #2: The animated Calculating Kangaroo gets students to think about E 12 min. SUBTRACTION (3RD ED) subtraction. Shows that children can count to answer subtraction questions, but it's easier using subtraction facts. 1027 MATH FOR BEGINNERS #3: Uses animals from the underwater world to show that joining equals in E 12 min. MULTIPLICATION (3RD ED) multiplication. 1028 MATH FOR BEGINNERS #4: Calculating Kangaroo shows that division answers how many equal E 12 min. DIVISION (3RD ED) groups are within a larger group. 3102 MATH ROCK COUNTDOWN: Shows how to build basic multiplication and division skills as it E 50 min. 1988 MULTIPLICATION AND demonstrates how math is used to solve everyday problems. DIVISION 6494 MATH TALK: SHOW - THE Sketches show how graphs help to represent data for easy analysis; a E,M 15 min. 1995 DATA GAME: USING mock commercial sells line graphs, a music video focuses on a pie GRAPHS #2 chart, a zany meteorologist uses a bar chart to analyze snow fall, and game show contestants analyze a double bar chart. 147 MATH WAYS: AREAS Uses animation to illustrate area concepts. Pi is developed as the E 15 min. 1987 quotient of the measures of the circumference and diameter of a circle. Computes the circumference of an orange, areas of circular regions and cylinder. 145 MATH WAYS: THE Demonstrates the meaning of various decimal point locations in a E 15 min. 1987 DECIMAL POINT numeral. Examines how multiplying or dividing a number by 10,000 or 1,000 results in different digits becoming the "one" digit. 146 MATH WAYS: THE Explains the meaning of "percent" and of expressions containing the % E 15 min. 1987 PERCENT symbol, using a variety of illustrations. Discusses areas within circles and squares, and how to change fractions and decimals to percent notation. 148 MATH WAYS: VOLUMES Illustrates volume using layers of cubes in a rectangular prism. E 15 min. 1987 Introduces the conservation concept. Uses formulas to determine the volume of prisms, cylinders, and cones. 1229 MATH WORKS: ADDING Illustrates adding and subtracting two fractions and two mixed E 15 min. AND SUBTRACTING numbers. FRACTIONS WITH LIKE DENOMINATORS Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 102 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 1233 MATH WORKS: DECIMALS-- Reviews place value and then moves on to compare the size of two E 15 min. COMPARING decimals and to order several from smallest to largest. 1222 MATH WORKS: DECIMALS-- Emphasizes the relative size of numbers to the left and right of the E 15 min. PLACE VALUE decimal point, including tenths, hundredths and thousandths. 1242 MATH WORKS: DECIMALS-- Reviews the need to align decimal points in addition and subtraction. E 15 min. PLACEMENT OF THE Focuses on knowing where to put the decimal in the answer to a DECIMAL POINT multiplication problem. 1226 MATH WORKS: DECIMALS-- Points out that fractions whose denominators are a power of ten can be E 15 min. RELATING FRACTIONS written as terminating decimals. AND DECIMALS 1237 MATH WORKS: Emphasizes the reasoning process that underlies choosing a strategy to E 15 min. ESTIMATING--OTHER fit the need. ESTIMATION STRATEGY 1224 MATH WORKS: Emphasizes the usefulness of rounding in estimation. Looks at when E 15 min. ESTIMATING--ROUNDING and how to round up or down. OFF 1238 MATH WORKS: Emphasizes the idea of equivalent fractions in showing how to change E 15 min. FRACTIONS--ADDING AND unlike fractions and mixed numbers to ones that can be added or SUBTRACTING UNLIKE subtracted. DENOMINATORS 1231 MATH WORKS: Helps viewers predict specified movements of an object in space, E 15 min. GEOMETRY--EXPLORING beginning with apparent changes in the shape of a three-dimensional OBJECTS IN SPACE object as it turns, flips, and slides in space. 1223 MATH WORKS: Analyzes three-dimensional objects to identify their two-dimensional E 15 min. GEOMETRY--EXPLORING components. SHAPES 1219 MATH WORKS: Reinforces the meaning behind the formula for finding area. Shows E 15 min. MEASUREMENT--AREAS how to find the area of a rectangle. OF RECTANGLES 1243 MATH WORKS: Helps students recognize ways of dividing an irregular region and E 15 min. MEASUREMENT--DIVIDING working with the areas of its subregions to determine its total area. REGIONS FOR FINDING AREA 1227 MATH WORKS: Illustrates that perimeter measures boundary in linear units, that area E 15 min. MEASUREMENT-- measures the region inside the boundary in square units, and that the PERIMETER AND AREA same perimeter can surround very different areas. 1221 MATH WORKS: MENTAL Shows the left-right method and the plus-minus methods of adding two E 15 min. COMPUTATION--ADDITION digit numbers for specific situations. 1235 MATH WORKS: MENTAL Shows the left-right strategy already used for addition applied to E 15 min. COMPUTATION-- subtraction. SUBTRACTION 1236 MATH WORKS: PLACE Helps give viewers a sense of numbers up to and including one million E 15 min. VALUE--LARGE NUMBERS with special visuals. 1241 MATH WORKS: Looks at the relationship between possible outcome and probability in E 15 min. PROBABILITY--POSSIBLE examples that include both one out of five and two out of five. OUTCOMES 1220 MATH WORKS: PROBLEM Models restating the problem, changing the context, discarding E 15 min. SOLVING--IDENTIFYING unnecessary information, and indicating what is given and what is needed to solve a problem. 1232 MATH WORKS: PROBLEM Encourages viewers to find a pattern to help solve a problem. Looks at E 15 min. SOLVING--LOOKING FOR A geometrical and numerical patterns of different perspectives. PATTERN Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 103 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 1225 MATH WORKS: PROBLEM Shows the development of a parallel problem by decreasing the size of E 15 min. SOLVING--SIMPLIFYING numbers or the number of variables, or by taking one step at a time. 1234 MATH WORKS: PROBLEM Uses flowcharts, models, assembly plans,and blueprints to help simplify E 15 min. SOLVING--USING and clarify problem solving. DIAGRAMS 1240 MATH WORKS: PROBLEM Focuses on choosing the right kind of graph to convey a particular E 15 min. SOLVING--USING GRAPHS point. Compares situations where the different characteristics of bar, circle, or line graphs are most appropriate. 1246 MATH WORKS: PROBLEM Focuses on reading and interpreting a map that someone else has E 15 min. SOLVING--USING MAPS prepared. 1228 MATH WORKS: PROBLEM Reviews what a table contains and shows both how to read a table to E 15 min. SOLVING--USING TABLES find needed information and how to make a table. 1245 MATH WORKS: RATIO-- Demonstrates what a ratio is, how to express ratio in particular E 15 min. FORMING RATIO examples, when ratio is used, and what specific ratios mean in specific situations. 1244 MATH WORKS: Emphasizes the importance of asking questions to help determine the E 15 min. STATISTICS--ANALYZING validity of statistical information. Questions about the source of the DATA information, the size of the sample, and how accurately the data is portrayed. 1239 MATH WORKS: Considers determining what data is needed and deciding about the E 15 min. STATISTICS--COLLECTING sample, the method of collecting data, and the delineation and DATA allocation of tasks. Emphasizes how data can help people make decisions and why it is important. 1230 MATH WORKS: Discusses when to query an entire population, when to sample, and E 15 min. STATISTICS--SAMPLING what to consider when selecting a sample. 1216 MATH/SCIENCE Amy, a peer tutor, shows Todd experiments demonstrating that math E,M 24 min. ENCOUNTER and science are an important part of our everyday life. 6759 MATHEMATICAL EYE: Viewers learn to use and apply formulas to every day applications, E,M,H 20 min. 1992 EQUATIONS AND FORMULA Discusses the origin of algebra and demonstrates how algebra and equations can be used to solve not only mathematical problems, but everyday ones. 6760 MATHEMATICAL EYE: Explains how maps are divided into grids, which are used to determine E,M,H 20 min. 1995 MAPS AND COORDINATES coordinates, and coordinates are used to find one's way. Also includes a demonstration of how maps are drawn to scale. 1282 MATHEMATICS FOR Uses animated fantasy to illustrate the operation of addition. Illustrates P,E 9 min. 1985 PRIMARY: ADDITION the cumulative property of addition. 1280 MATHEMATICS FOR Illustrates the concept of division with the help of tennis shoes, P,E 8 min. 1985 PRIMARY: DIVISION bouncing balls, and shuffled cards scooting and scurrying around the screen. 1281 MATHEMATICS FOR Presents the operation of multiplication by having mathematical P,E 7 min. 1985 PRIMARY: sentences appear on the screen to represent factors and products. MULTIPLICATION 1279 MATHEMATICS FOR Introduces and illustrates the concept of subtraction by having animated P,E 8 min. 1985 PRIMARY: SUBTRACTION objects appear on the screen and then disappear. 2523 MATHEMATICS: WITH Demonstrates how to use manipulative materials to teach mathematics. P,E 20 min. 1987 MANIPULATIVES #1: Shows actual lessons taught to children in regular classroom settings. PATTERN BLOCKS 2524 MATHEMATICS: WITH Shows Cuisenaire Rods, a collection of brightly colored sticks in ten P,E 20 min. 1987 MANIPULATIVES #2: different lengths, used to help children develop understanding of CUISENAIRE RODS concepts in the areas of number, geometry, measurement, patterns, functions, and logical reasoning. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 104 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 2525 MATHEMATICS: WITH Base Ten Blocks provide children with a physical model of our place P,E 20 min. 1987 MANIPULATIVES #3: BASE value system of numeration. The blocks are constructed in powers of TEN BLOCKS ten, representing ones, tens, and hundreds. 2526 MATHEMATICS: WITH The Geoboards used in the videotape have twenty-five pegs arranged in P,E 20 min. 1987 MANIPULATIVES #4: a five-by-five square array on one side, and twelve pegs arranged in a GEOBOARDS circular pattern with additional pegs in the center and four corners on the other side. This tape shows children using the square array of pegs for a variety of explorations. 2527 MATHEMATICS: WITH Color Tiles are a collection of square tiles, one inch on a side, in four P,E 20 min. 1987 MANIPULATIVES #5: colors - red, blue, yellow, and green. The tiles have applications in all COLOR TILES areas of the math curriculum. 2528 MATHEMATICS: WITH Six manipulative materials are used on this videotape: Unifix Cuber, P,E 20 min. 1987 MANIPULATIVES #6: SIX Multilink Cubes, Color Cubes, Two-Color Counters, Attribute Blocks, MODELS and Tangrams. 5075 MEASURED STEPS: This program demonstrates how measuring lengths is an important item E 15 min. 1995 MEASURING LENGTH for young learners. (MATH TALK SERIES) 3134 METER, LITER AND GRAM Introduces the student to the three basic units of the metric system--the E,M,H 13 min. 1988 (REV) meter, the liter and the gram. 2887 MONKEY BUSINESS Teaches children about money and responsibility. P,E,M 22 min. 1986 4292 PARENT POWER MATH Illustrates activities appropriate for home environment, designed to P,E,M,H 60 min. 1989 (THE HOME SCHOOL create a positive attitude towards math. Shows positive examples of CONNECTION) #1: TALK! parent/child interaction. TALK! TALK! 4301 PARENT POWER MATH KITCHENS GROCERIES AND FAST FOODS. Diagrams several real E,M,H 60 min. 1989 (THE HOME SCHOOL life applications of division using fractions and decimals. Shows ways CONNECTION) #10 parents may reinforce their child's understanding of this concept. 4302 PARENT POWER MATH Discusses strategies to use in deciding how to use a tax rebate that will E,M,H 60 min. 1989 (THE HOME SCHOOL involve gathering data, working together and having more than one right CONNECTION) #11: SO answer. Shows how parents can work with children to make logical WHO'S LOGICAL? choices. 4304 PARENT POWER MATH ALGEBRA IS MORE THAN A 4 LETTER WORD. Demonstrates the E,M,H 60 min. 1989 (THE HOME SCHOOL different ways algebra is used in our everyday life. Includes purchasing CONNECTION) #13 of tickets, taking trips, and how to make the most profit. 4305 PARENT POWER MATH Provides parents with examples of probability and statistics in everyday E,M,H 60 min. 1989 (THE HOME SCHOOL life. Shares activities that will make statistics less frightening. CONNECTION) #14: WHAT ARE YOUR CHANCES? 4306 PARENT POWER MATH Emphasizes what parents can do to make math easier as children E,M,H 60 min. 1989 (THE HOME SCHOOL prepare for kindergarten, middle school, high school and college. CONNECTION) #15: IS MY Discussions with teachers and administrators give helpful hints to CHILD READY? parents. 4293 PARENT POWER MATH Features the addition of whole numbers. Shows that addition occurs E 60 min. 1989 (THE HOME SCHOOL naturally in the real world. Encourages activities at home to support CONNECTION) #2: TO ADD formal addition process. IS A PLUS! 4294 PARENT POWER MATH Gives real life applications of fractions and decimals. Activities will E,M 60 min. 1989 (THE HOME SCHOOL illustrate the everyday use of real numbers, encouraging the intuitive CONNECTION) #3: ADD understanding of fractions and decimals that children already have. FRACTIONS 4295 PARENT POWER MATH Presents the subtraction of whole numbers, emphasizing their place in P,E,M,H 60 min. 1989 (THE HOME SCHOOL everyday life. Home activities will support school learning of the formal CONNECTION) #4: TAKE 2 subtraction of numbers. APPLES FROM 3 APPLES Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 105 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 4296 PARENT POWER MATH Presents ways of communication between home and school. Promotes P,E,M,H 60 min. 1989 (THE HOME SCHOOL cooperation and collaboration between parents and educators. CONNECTION) #5: LISTEN! LISTEN! LISTEN! 4297 PARENT POWER MATH Explores several real life applications of subtraction of real numbers. E,M 60 min. 1989 (THE HOME SCHOOL Gives parents a spring board for family discussion of practical uses of CONNECTION) #6: HOW mathematics. MUCH IS MY DISCOUNT? 4298 PARENT POWER MATH Covers several actual applications of multiplication using whole E,M 60 min. 1989 (THE HOME SCHOOL numbers. Helps parents understand how they can reinforce the concept CONNECTION) #7: TO of multiplication within the context of daily life. PRODUCE IS TO MULTIPLY 4299 PARENT POWER MATH Analysis of situations where one decides what "percent off" means. E,M 60 min. 1989 (THE HOME SCHOOL Looks at fractions when working with receipts, and at estimating CONNECTION) #8: WHAT IS grocery bills. MY BEST BUY? 4300 PARENT POWER MATH Demonstrates how division is taught in the class room, how it can be P,E,M,H 60 min. 1989 (THE HOME SCHOOL supported at home and how it pertains to real life situations. CONNECTION) #9: DIVIDE AND CONQUER 4242 RHYMING DICTIONARY OF An engaging tour in music and rhyme of the tremendous variety of P,E 11 min. 1980 SHAPES AND SIZES shapes to be found in the world around us. 6358 SANDBURG'S ARITHMETIC Carl Sandburg, beloved American poet, narrates this animated short E,M,H 6 min. 1996 based on his poem "Arithmetic." The film takes place in Sandburg's home in Flat Rock, North Carolina. 5077 SCOPING OUR THE AREA: Figure out how to measure the area of an odd-shaped lawn. E 15 min. 1995 MEASURING AREA (MATH TALK SERIES) 5078 SHAPE-BY-NUMBER: The relationship between arithmetic and geometry is explored. E 15 min. 1995 BUILDING RECTANGLES (MATH TALK SERIES) 5079 SIZING THINGS UP: Maps and models are shown as examples of the use of scale. E 15 min. 1995 EXPLORING SCALE AND RATIO (MATH TALK SERIES) 5080 SOARING SEQUENCES: A look at number progressions and multiplying. E 15 min. 1995 THINKING ABOUT LARGE NUMBERS (MATH TALK) 2575 SOLVE IT #1--ESTIMATION: Demonstrates how to check answers quickly with estimation. E 15 min. 1987 REASONABLENESS OF ANSWER 2584 SOLVE IT #10--ESTIMATION Estimation strategies for multiplication. Uses ball park figures in E 15 min. 1987 determining reasonableness of results. 2585 SOLVE IT #11--PROBLEM Solving a simpler problem. Shows how to break problems into steps by E 15 min. 1987 SOLVING using smaller numbers and simple models. 2586 SOLVE IT #12--STATISTICS Sampling. Shows how a small group is related to the larger group, and E 15 min. 1987 how to determine bias in a sample. 2587 SOLVE IT #13--FRACTIONS Subtracting Mixed Numbers. Demonstrates subtraction of fractions E 15 min. 1987 with like and unlike denominators. 2588 SOLVE IT #14--ESTIMATION Estimation Strategies for Division. Explores various estimation E 15 min. 1987 strategies including rounding numbers, using front-end numbers, and selecting numbers that can be easily manipulated. 2589 SOLVE IT #15--PROBLEM Guess-check-revise uses guessing as an active, non algorithmic E 15 min. 1987 SOLVING strategy. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 106 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 2590 SOLVE IT #16--GEOMETRY Measuring Angles. Demonstrates real-life applications of measuring E 15 min. 1987 & MEASUREMENT angles. 2591 SOLVE IT #17--PROBLEM Using Logical Reasoning. Shows how organizing information carefully E 15 min. 1987 SOLVING can avoid jumping to conclusions. 2592 SOLVE IT #18-- Scale Drawing and Models. Uses scale as a ratio and examines E 15 min. 1987 RATIO/PROPORTION/PERCE considerations in making scale drawings or models. NT 2576 SOLVE IT #2--MENTAL Uses mental computation for multiplication, emphasizes strategies for E 15 min. 1987 COMPUTATION different problems. 2577 SOLVE IT #3-- Examines the meaning of percent. Emphasizes percent in everyday E 15 min. 1987 RATIO/PROPORTION/PERCE applications. NT 2578 SOLVE IT #4--PROBLEM Drawing and Interpreting Tables-Examines when and how to use a table E 15 min. 1987 SOLVING or diagram. 2579 SOLVE IT #5-- Precision and Estimation. Uses referents in estimating E 15 min. 1987 MEASUREMENT measurement. 2580 SOLVE IT #6--STATISTICS Understanding mean, median and mode. Interprets data differently by E 15 min. 1987 use of mean, median, and mode. 2581 SOLVE IT #7--FRACTIONS Multiplications with fractions and mixed numbers. Gives graphic E 15 min. 1987 representations of the product of multiplied fractions. 2582 SOLVE IT #8--DECIMALS Ordering decimals. Develops the concept of place value and comparing E 15 min. 1987 decimals. 2583 SOLVE IT #9--GEOMETRY Measuring volume. Presents formulas for measuring volume. E 15 min. 1987 AND MEASUREMENT 4547 SQUARE ONE TV #301: BIG Introduces big numbers; thousand/million; million/billion. Mathnet: E 30 min. 1990 NUMBERS Case of the Ersatz Earthquake 1. 4548 SQUARE ONE TV #302: Explains discounts and markups, as well as building infinite sequences E 30 min. 1990 PERCENT of numbers. Mathnet: Case of the Ersatz Earthquake 2. 4549 SQUARE ONE TV #303: Also shows the relationship between fractions, and 2 and 3 dimensions. E 30 min. 1990 ESTIMATION GAME Mathnet: Case of the Ersatz Earthquake 3. 4550 SQUARE ONE TV #304: Also explains division by zero, place value and probability. Mathnet: E 30 min. 1990 POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE Case of the Ersatz Earthquake 4. INTEGERS 4551 SQUARE ONE TV #305: BIG Presents big numbers, and the game of mathematical misconceptions. E 30 min. 1990 NUMBERS Mathnet: Case of the Ersatz Earthquake 5. 4552 SQUARE ONE TV #306: Discusses fractions and percentages, as well as numerical structure. E 30 min. 1990 FRACTIONS AND Mathnet: Case of the Swami Scam 1. PERCENTAGES 4553 SQUARE ONE TV #307: Explains equivalent fractions/decimals/percents; math misconceptions. E 30 min. 1990 TELETHON FOR MATH Mathnet: Case of the Swami Scam 2. 4554 SQUARE ONE TV #308: Explains the horizontal bar graph, place value and probability, and E 30 min. 1990 HORIZONTAL BAR GRAPH palindromes. Mathnet: Case of the Swami Scam 3. 4555 SQUARE ONE TV #309: Presents time problems, telethon for math, infinity. Mathnet: Case of E 30 min. 1990 TIME PROBLEMS the Swami Scam 4. 4556 SQUARE ONE TV #310: Presents the game of data presentation, and telethon for math. Mathnet: E 30 min. 1990 GAME OF DATA Case of the Swami Scan 5. PRESENTATION 4557 SQUARE ONE TV #311: Shows the estimation game, and Roman numerals. Mathnet: Case of the E 30 min. 1990 ESTIMATION GAME Parking Meter Massacre 1. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 107 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 4558 SQUARE ONE TV #312: Discusses the game of numerical structure, and multiples of nine. E 30 min. 1990 GAME OF NUMERICAL Mathnet: Case of the Parking Meter Massacre 2. STRUCTURE 4559 SQUARE ONE TV #313: Presents estimation/magnitude of very large numbers, place value and E 30 min. 1990 ESTIMATION/LARGE probability, and scale on a map. Mathnet: Case of the Parking Meter NUMBERS Massacre 3. 4560 SQUARE ONE TV #314: Presents rounding up and down, as well as game of data representation. E 30 min. 1990 ROUNDING UP AND DOWN Mathnet: Case of the Parking Meter Massacre 4. 4561 SQUARE ONE TV #315: Highlights a telethon for math, and math misconceptions. Mathnet: E 30 min. 1990 TELETHON FOR MATH Case of the Parking Meter Massacre 5. 4562 SQUARE ONE TV #316: Explores the relationship between fractions, numerical structure, and a E 30 min. 1990 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN coin trick based on 9. Mathnet: Case of the Unkidnapping 1. FRACTIONS 4563 SQUARE ONE TV #317: Presents place value and probability, and a telethon for math. Mathnet: E 30 min. 1990 PLACE VALUE AND Case of the Unkidnapping 2. PROBABILITY 4564 SQUARE ONE TV #318: Discusses the game of mathematical misconceptions, and algorithm E 30 min. 1990 GAME OF MATHEMATICAL with 5. Mathnet: Case of the Unkidnapping 3. MISCONCEPTIONS 4565 SQUARE ONE TV #319: Covers a telethon for math, odd-numbers trick, and binary sieve. E 30 min. 1990 TELETHON FOR MATH Mathnet: Case of the Unkidnapping 4. 4566 SQUARE ONE TV #320: Presents a game of numerical structure, and infinity. Mathnet: Case of E 30 min. 1990 GAME OF NUMERICAL the Unkidnapping 5. STRUCTURE 4567 SQUARE ONE TV #321: Features a game of mathematical misconceptions and a telethon for E 30 min. 1990 GAME OF MATHEMATICAL math. Mathnet: Case of the Strategic Weather Initiative 1. MISCONCEPTIONS 4568 SQUARE ONE TV #322: Considers how the misplacement of decimals causes trouble, and E 30 min. 1990 MISPLACEMENT OF explains square numbers. Mathnet: Case of the Strategic Weather DECIMALS Initiative 2. 4569 SQUARE ONE TV #323: Shows the estimation game, algorithm, and estimating large numbers. E 30 min. 1990 ESTIMATION GAME Mathnet: Case of the Strategic Weather Initiative 3. 4570 SQUARE ONE TV #324: Explores the alpha-numeric code, and a game of numerical structure. E 30 min. 1990 ALPHA-NUMERIC CODE Mathnet: Case of the Strategic Weather Initiative 4. 4571 SQUARE ONE TV #325: Presents a telethon for math, multiples of 4, and the game of data E 30 min. 1990 TELETHON FOR MATH presentation. Mathnet: Case of the Strategic Weather Initiative 5. 4572 SQUARE ONE TV #326: Explores equivalent fractions/decimals/percents, and the game of E 30 min. 1990 EQUIVALENT mathematical misconceptions. Mathnet: Case of the Masked Avenger FRACTIONS/DECIMALS/PER 1. CENTS 4573 SQUARE ONE TV #327: Considers the estimation game, time problems, and a telethon for math. E 30 min. 1990 ESTIMATION GAME Mathnet: Case of the Masked Avenger 2. 4574 SQUARE ONE TV #328: Features a round-trip problem, lowest common multiples, and a game of E 30 min. 1990 ROUND-TRIP RATE numerical structure. Mathnet: Case of the Masked Avenger 3. PROBLEM 4575 SQUARE ONE TV #329: Gives a telethon for math, percent and decimal relationships, and a E 30 min. 1990 TELETHON FOR MATH game of place value and probability. Mathnet: Case of the Masked Avenger 4. 4576 SQUARE ONE TV #330: Presents a game of data representation. Mathnet: Case of the Masked E 30 min. 1990 GAME OF DATA Avenger 5. REPRESENTATION Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 108 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 4577 SQUARE ONE TV #331: Presents math to analyze options, a subtration problem, and estimating E 30 min. 1990 MATH TO ANALYZE large numbers. Mathnet: Case of the Swami Scam 1. OPTIONS 4578 SQUARE ONE TV #332: Presents equivalent fractions/decimals/percents, a telethon for math, and E 30 min. 1990 EQUIVALENT a game of place and value and probability. Mathnet: Case of the Swami FRACTIONS/DECIMALS/PER Scam 2. CENTS 4580 SQUARE ONE TV #334: Shows percentages and pie chart, equivalent fractions/ E 30 min. 1990 PERCENTAGES AND PIE decimals/percents, and the estimation game. Mathnet: Case of the CHART Swami Scam 4. 4581 SQUARE ONE TV #335: BAR Explains bar charts and percents, and game of data representation. E 30 min. 1990 CHARTS AND PERCENTS Mathnet: Case of the Swami Scam 5. 4582 SQUARE ONE TV #336: Also explains infinity, decimals/multiplication. Mathnet: Case of the E 30 min. 1990 GAME OF PLACE AND Unkidnapping 1. PROBABILITY 4583 SQUARE ONE TV #337: Presents square number patterns, and game of place and probability. E 30 min. 1990 SQUARE NUMBER Mathnet: Case of the Unkidnapping 2. PATTERNS 4584 SQUARE ONE TV #338: Approaches the game of data representation, and defining fractions. E 30 min. 1990 GAME OF DATA Mathnet: Case of the Unkidnapping 3. REPRESENTATION 4585 SQUARE ONE TV #339: Introduces logic problems; relationship between fractions, and the game E 30 min. 1990 LOGIC PROBLEMS of numerical structure. Mathnet: Case of the Unkidnapping 4. 4586 SQUARE ONE TV #340: Includes telethon for math, and angle dance. Mathnet: Case of the E 30 min. 1990 TELETHON FOR MATH Unkidnapping 5. 4579 SQUARE ONE TV: NUMBER Presents the number trick, game of mathematical misconceptions, E 30 min. 1990 TRICK permutations of 3 items. Mathnet: Case of the Swami Scam 3. 3128 SYMMETRY: A FIRST FILM Using attractive visuals of both ordinary and exotic symmetry and E,M 14 min. 1988 rhythm, the theory of balance and symmetry is explored. Provides a valuable addition to a wide range of curriculum areas. 5081 TAKE A CHANCE! A look at probability: the toss of a coin or the results of a game are E 15 min. 1995 EXPLORING PROBABILITY examples. (MATH TALK SERIES) 5068 THE DATA GAME: USING A look at graphs and charts and their use for presenting important E 15 min. 1995 GRAPHS (MATH TALK data. SERIES) 5076 THE PERILS OF POLLING: A look at polling; determining not only numbers but whether the basic E 15 min. 1995 CONDUCTING SURVEYS information is valid. (MATH TALK SERIES) 1332 THE WEIRD NUMBER Uses numerals in place of people. Explains rational numbers and how E 12 min. 1986 natural numbers can take the form of rational numbers. 5082 TWO SIDES ARE LONGER The basic construction of a triangle is explored. E 15 min. 1995 THAN ONE: MAKING TRIANGLES (MATH TALK SERIES) 1778 VINTAGE LOLA MATH KIT Lesson 1--Dividing by one digit. P,E 20 min. 1986 10 1774 VINTAGE LOLA MATH KIT 6 Methods: Teachers Inservice Lesson 1--Using Addition Facts Lesson 2-- P,E 20 min. 1986 Number Families Lesson 3--Numeration: Ones and Tens 1775 VINTAGE LOLA MATH KIT 7 Methods: Teachers Inservice Lesson l--Using Subtraction Facts Lesson P,E 20 min. 1986 2--Beginning Multiplication Lesson 3--Introduction to Fractions Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 109 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 1776 VINTAGE LOLA MATH KIT 8 Methods: Teachers Inservice Lesson 1--Place Value Through Hundreds P,E 20 min. 1986 Lesson 2--Subtraction: Two and Three Digits Lesson 3--Multiplication Facts 1777 VINTAGE LOLA MATH KIT 9 Methods: Teachers Inservice Lesson l--Lattice Multiplication Lesson 2-- P,E 20 min. 1986 Number Bases Lesson 3--Multiplication of Several Digits 5083 WHAT SHAPE IS YOUR A look at the shapes of numbers and how they fit together. E 15 min. 1995 NUMBER? FINDING NUMBER PATTERNS IN SQUARES AND TRIANGLES 5084 WHOM DO YOU ASK? A view of a survey group as it relates to a target population. E 15 min. 1995 UNDERSTANDING SURVEYS (MATH TALK SERIES) Physical Education 1447 BASEBALL: MAURY WILLS Demonstrates good base running techniques, leading off, base stealing, E,M,H 60 min. ON BASE RUNNING sliding, the hit-and-run play, and many others. 1446 BASEBALL: THE ART OF Demonstrates and explains the important basics of hitting. Designed to E,M,H 59 min. HITTING help make "intuitive" hitters aware of the mechanics of hitting. 2429 FREE TO FLY #1 A daily aerobic/exercise program for young children. Workout consists P,E 15 min. 1987 of four parts: warm up, speed up, imitate and cool down. 2438 FREE TO FLY #10 See description #1. P,E 15 min. 1988 2439 FREE TO FLY #11 See description #1. P,E 15 min. 1988 2440 FREE TO FLY #12 See description #1. P,E 15 min. 1988 2441 FREE TO FLY #13 See description #1. P,E 15 min. 1988 2430 FREE TO FLY #2 See description #1. P,E 15 min. 1988 2431 FREE TO FLY #3 See description #1. P,E 15 min. 1988 2432 FREE TO FLY #4 See description #1. P,E 15 min. 1988 2433 FREE TO FLY #5 See description #1. P,E 15 min. 1988 2434 FREE TO FLY #6 See description #1. P,E 15 min. 1988 2435 FREE TO FLY #7 See description #1. P,E 15 min. 1988 2436 FREE TO FLY #8 See description #1. P,E 15 min. 1988 2437 FREE TO FLY #9 See description #1. P,E 15 min. 1988 1763 LEARNING HOW TO DIVE Explains the proper safety rules for safe diving. P,E,M,H 11 min. 1986 SAFELY 461 LEGACY AMERICANA-- Coaches, referees and athletes invite viewers behind the scenes for a E,M,H,A 28 min. 1976 LEGACY OF SPORTS & close-up look at sports and competition. COMPETITION 3211 TEACHING KIDS Features John Wooden, UCLA's most successful coach, who shares his E,M,H,A 75 min. 1987 BASKETBALL unique philosophy of teaching basketball with parents and coaches of young players beginning the game. 1865 TENNIS Features serve and return of serve with coach Dennis Ralston of E,M,H,A 20 min. 1986 SMU. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 110 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 1864 TENNIS: THE TACTICAL Demonstrates the following: The half volley, overhead smash, top spin E,M,H,A 56 min. 1986 GAME lob, buggy whip, drop shot, singles tactics, double tactics, mental tennis. 3223 THE ART OF GOALKEEPING America's premier goalkeeper, Shep Messing, teaches the skills and E,M,H,A 30 min. 1987 techniques of soccer's most demanding position--the goalkeeper. 2994 WALK-ON COACH: PARTS 1 Examines the roles and responsibilities of the Walk-on Coach. #1-- E,M,H,A 60 min. 1987 &2 LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS IN SPORTS. #2--COACHING GUIDELINES. 2995 WALK-ON COACH: PARTS 3 #3--COACHING TECHNIQUES. #4--PSYCHOLOGY OF E,M,H,A 60 min. 1987 &4 COACHING. SPORTS: PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING. Safety 6571 ALONE AT HOME Armed with only a key to their front door, "latchkey children" must fend P,E 17 min. 1997 for themselves until an adult comes home. Emotional factors, safety procedures, emergencies and first aid are covered. 4453 BICYCLE RULES OF THE Explains to youngsters how more than 1,000 children under the age of E,M 16 min. 1986 ROAD (2ND ED.) fifteen die each year from bicycle accidents. 6594 CHOKING EMERGENCY, Reviews how to recognize a victim of choking; how to apply Heimlich E,M,H,A 16 min. 1997 REVISED maneuver; what to do if a person becomes unconscious; correct infant procedures and many more. 3074 DR. COOPER AND HIS Investigates the negative effects of HOUSEHOLD CHEMICALS. P,E,M,H 10 min. 1988 FRIENDS: LEAVE IT ALONE 6284 FIRE SAFETY: HALL OF This program uses museum exhibits in the "Hall of Flame" to E 12 min. 1991 FLAME demonstrate fire safety rules. 2881 I WASN'T SCARED Presents a "scary" film that jolts children into understanding how P,E,M,H 16 min. 1986 important it is to heed danger warning signs. 3517 I'M NO FOOL HAVING FUN Teaches fun-lovers who are often injured through carelessness the P,E 8 min. 1988 necessary good safety habits and common sense rules without lecturing. 3518 I'M NO FOOL IN WATER Presents an actual swimming lesson to demonstrate the survival float, P,E 9 min. 1988 (REV.) techniques for escaping an undertow and other basic safety rules, as well as the reasons behind them. 3519 I'M NO FOOL WITH A Features Gepetto teaching Pinocchio (and young viewers) the P,E 16 min. 1988 BICYCLE (NEW ED.) fundamentals of bike safety, proper clothing, riding single file and obeying traffic signals. 3520 I'M NO FOOL WITH Teaches indoor and outdoor electrical safety tips and defines the P,E 16 min. 1988 ELECTRICITY (NEW ED.) difference between conductors and insulators. 3521 I'M NO FOOL WITH FIRE Jiminy Cricket describes the new three elements needed to start a fire P,E 10 min. 1988 (REV.) while a real fire fighter reviews fire safety rules, home exit drills, how to avoid smoke inhalation and how to use the emergency numbers. 6599 KIDS FOR SAFETY: This program teaches children the rules of the road and helps them to E 7 min. 1997 BICYCLE SAFETY realize the importance of obeying traffic signals. 6427 MCGRUFF AND GUN Scruff tells his Uncle McGruff that a friend has found a gun in a closet P,E 15 min. 1994 SAFETY and wants Scruff to come over and check it out. 6286 MCGRUFF AND THE LAW: McGruff explains the ways bicycle and pedestrian laws protect E 18 min. 1992 BICYCLES AND THE bicyclists and other people, and illustrates safety points for children. PEDESTRIANS 6233 MCGRUFF'S GANG ALERT McGruff looks at our communities and explains to the young viewer E 16 min. 1990 how to protect themselves by being aware of their surroundings. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 111 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 3135 MEETING STRANGERS: Helps children to develop selectiveness and good judgment in P,E 19 min. 1988 RED LIGHT/GREEN LIGHT protecting themselves against the advances of strangers. (REV.) 3844 MR. NEVERLEARN MEETS Introduces fire prevention and survival techniques as well as P,E 14 min. 1987 THE FIREFIGHTERS appreciation of the role of our community firefighters. 3488 ON YOUR OWN LATCHKEY Teaches young children safety measures and self-care skills for times E 15 min. 1988 KID when they are home alone and shows them how to view being alone as a positive, rewarding experience. 3049 PLAY IT SAFE Uses cartoon characters to explain water safety around ocean, pools, P,E,M,H 24 min. 1988 lakes, canals and rivers. 6324 PROTECTING CHILDREN This training program is all about keeping children safe in a dangerous E,M,H 52 min. 1992 FROM DANGER world. 1264 SAFETY RULES FOR Features the Safety Gremlin who guides students through safety rules P,E 11 min. 1985 SCHOOLS that they should observe on the way to school, inside school and on the playground. 3790 SCHOOL BUS SAFETY AND Combines cartoon animation and live-action with a dash of humor to P,E 13 min. 1988 COURTESY (2ND ED.) cover vital safety rules in using the school bus. A demonstration of evacuation procedures prepares bus drivers for emergency situations. 3623 TAKING RESPONSIBILITY In this delightfully animated program, a fairy tale princess learns to P,E 12 min 1988 SERIES: ON YOUR OWN AT handle the kinds of problems that arise when any child is home alone. HOME Demonstrates non-threatening ways to keep safe and to get help. 3621 TAKING RESPONSIBLITY Explores the sensitive subject of how to teach children to be cautious P,E 11 min 1988 SERIES: STAYING AWAY with strangers in an imaginative, animated story in which two children FROM STRANGERS show a new friend from another planet how to be safe around strangers and the proper responses to the lures dangerous strangers use to trick children. 6750 THE MCGRUFF FILES: With help from McGruff and his nephew Scruff, children will learn how E,M 21 min. 1998 PEOPLE, DIFFERENT BUT to get along and make friends with people they views as "different". ALIKE 4927 VIOLENCE: THE RIPPLE This program clearly reveals what a life of violence can lead to: jail, E,M,H 17 min. 1994 EFFECT loss of future, loss of family and the interaction with the legal system. 3050 WET 'N' SAFE Covers water safety in and around the ocean, canals, pools, lakes and P,E,M,H 15 min. 1988 rivers. Includes general boating safety hints on life jackets, rules of the road (water ways), etc. Science 3288 3-2-1 CONTACT VI & VII: Encourages young people's interest in science and technology. Live E,M 30 min. 1988 ANTARCTICA: GETTING action sequences, on location documentaries and animation are used to AROUND explore general themes of science in everyday life. 3287 3-2-1 CONTACT VI & VII: E,M 30 min. 1988 ANTARCTICA: GETTING THERE 3289 3-2-1 CONTACT VI & VII: E,M 30 min. 1988 ANTARCTICA: LIFE ON THE EDGE 3290 3-2-1 CONTACT VI & VII: E,M 30 min. 1988 ANTARCTICA: LIFE UNDER THE ICE 3291 3-2-1 CONTACT VI & VII: E,M 30 min. 1988 ANTARCTICA: THE DESERT CONTINENT Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 112 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 3286 3-2-1 CONTACT VI & VII: E,M 30 min. 1988 BIG MAMMALS: THE HIGH COST OF LIVING 3285 3-2-1 CONTACT VI & VII: E,M 30 min. 1988 MAMMALS: AT PLAY 3284 3-2-1 CONTACT VI & VII: E,M 30 min. 1988 MAMMALS: KEEPING WARM 3293 3-2-1 CONTACT VI & VII: E,M 15 min. 1988 YOUR BODY: HAVING A BABY 3292 3-2-1 CONTACT VI & VII: E,M 30 min. 1988 YOUR BODY: TWINS 3294 3-2-1 CONTACT VI & VII: E,M 30 min. 1988 YOUR BODY: YOUR HEALTH 2172 A DOUBLE LIFE Illustrates with a frog the remarkable ways some animals change and P,E,M,H,A 19 min. 1986 adapt as well as a variety of reasons for these transformations. 2894 A DROP OF BLOOD Explores the functions and make-up of blood types that are shared by E,M 16 min. 1986 everyone in the world. 6241 A FIRST LOOK AT TREES This introductory program explains the parts and processes all trees E 12 min. 1991 have in common. 3845 A NATURE WALK AT LOW Exploring the rocks and tidal pools along a Pacific beach, children P,E 12 min. 1984 TIDE discover and examine the many forms of plant and animal life exposed by the receding water. 6206 A SMALL BODY OF STILL This program explores the life that teems in a small pond. E 16 min. 1996 WATER 4235 ADAPTING TO CHANGES IN Shows how plants and animals adapt to the changes of season in order P,E 12 min. 1985 NATURE (REV) to survive. 1181 AFTER THE GLACIERS Shows how much of the Northern Hemisphere surged back to abundant E,M,H,A 11 min. life during the Ice Age's retreat through the miracle of plant succession. 1266 AGE OF MAMMALS Uses animation to re-create the animals and terrain of the Cenozoic P,E,M 10 min. 1981 Era. 2896 ALL THINGS ANIMAL Explores the orderly and systematic classification of life within each E,M 21 min. 1986 kingdom. 2895 ALL THINGS PLANT Demonstrates how life on earth is directly or indirectly dependent on E,M 19 min. 1988 plants for food and/or oxygen. Provides an understanding of the complexity of basic plants. 4977 ALPHABET OF SPACE This program provides views of space and the NASA collection for the E 15 min. 1990 early learner. We see planets, stars, nebulas, orbits and gravity. 4978 ALPHABET OF WEATHER These letters of the alphabet will make you dry or wet; you'll see clouds E 13 min. 1991 and watch them grow. This program is a brief introduction to weather for young learners. 2035 AMERICA IN SPACE--THE Features 25 years of memorable achievements from America; Explorer E,M,H,A 50 min. 1986 FIRST 25 YEARS I, first 7 astronauts, Mercury flights, Surveyor missions, Gemini spacewalks, Apollo moon landing, Skylab missions, Mariner and Viking missions to Mars, Venus, Mercury, Voyager missions to Jupiter and Saturn, space shuttle flights, STS-1 thru STS-7, and NASA's test programs. 2131 AMONG THE WILD Looks at two landmark decades of Jane Goodall's work, including her E,M,H,A 59 min. 1987 CHIMPANZEES dramatic discovery of chimpanzees making and using tools. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 113 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 6109 AN OVERVIEW OF THE This program defines and describes the various elements that make up E,M,H 18 min. 1994 UNIVERSE the solar system and looks at the impact that our neighbors in space have on our planet. 1201 ANGER: HANDLE WITH Shows children how to handle their anger. Stresses that anger is a E,M 12 min. CARE normal emotion that can be controlled if they think before they act. 6245 ANIMAL LIFE IN A The wonder of life in a tidepool is vividly depicted in this nature E,M 12 min. 1991 TIDEPOOL program. 2790 ANTS: HUNTERS AND Examines the daily activities of the feeding colonies of the carnivorous E,M,H,A 10 min. 1986 GARDENERS army ant and the herbicious leaf cutting ant. 4883 AQUA SMART WATER & The theme of this video is that boating and water sports can be fun and E 14 min. 1995 BOATING SAFETY dangerous and/or safe. This program teaches water and boating safety. 6064 ARCHITECTURE PROG. 1: This program looks at a circus tent, what it takes to put it up and take it E,M 30 min. RAISING THE BIG TOP down. This helps to focus on the human body and its functions. 3066 ARCS AND SPARKS Introduces and shows simple examples of static electricity and how it E,M,H,A 13 min. 1987 relates to magnetism. 3144 ASTEROIDS, COMETS, AND Shows how astronomers have learned about these objects traveling E,M 10 min. 1988 METEORITES (REV) around the sun, what they look like and their place in the solar system. Discusses satellites and a short history of Halley's Comet. 3598 ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCE A mountain climber, research balloon and passenger jet reveals our E,M,H 14 min. 1988 SERIES: EARTH--ITS remarkable planet and the atmosphere's layered structure produced by ATMOSPHERE gravity and interactions with radiation from the sun. 3599 ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCE Presents fascinating time-lapse studies to explain how clouds form and E,M,H 15 min. 1988 SERIES: EARTH--ITS vanish, while satellite, aerial and ground-based photography convey CLOUDS AND basic information about cumulus, stratus and cirrus clouds. PRECIPITATION 3601 ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCE Examines the global network of radar stations and weather satellites in E,M,H 14 min. 1988 SERIES: GLOBAL orbit that meteorologists use to form the basis for their increasingly FORECASTING accurate weather reports. 3600 ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCE Demonstrates how global wind circulation is determined and how these E,M,H 12 min 1988 SERIES: GLOBAL WINDS movements depend on great convection cells set in motion by differences in temperature. 3602 ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCE By using data from glaciers and the earthquake at Mt. St. Helens, the E,M,H 15 min. 1988 SERIES: THE ENERGY planet's delicate energy balance and temperature history can be studied. BALANCE Discusses how humans can consciously and unconsciously affect this delicate balance. 3604 ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCE With the use of dramatic cinematography and time-lapse photography, E,M,H 14 min. 1988 SERIES: VIOLENT STORMS atmospheric scientists study the mysteries of thunderheads and the technological advances made by satellites and Doppler radar to spot developing tornadoes before they can be seen from land. 3603 ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCE Answers the questions of how air is set in motion and what changes its E,M,H 12 min 1988 SERIES: WINDS AND AIR speed and direction. Illustrates how different convection cells produce CURRENTS land-sea breezes, monsoons and trade winds. 4010 ATOMIC ENERGY: INSIDE Depicts through live-action and animation a journey into an atom, E,M 11 min. 1982 THE ATOM explaining the principles of radioactivity, fission, and fusion. 2109 ATOMS & MOLECULES #1: Explains radioactivity, fission and fusion in terms of atomic E,M,H 15 min. 1986 ATOMIC ENERGY: INSIDE structure. THE ATOM 2110 ATOMS & MOLECULES #2: Shows chemical changes taking place in commonly occurring physical E,M,H 15 min. 1986 THE BEHAVIOR OF MATTER phenomena; introduces molecular theory to explain the observed behavior of matter. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 114 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 2111 ATOMS & MOLECULES #3: Demonstrates through simple experiments and illustrations how matter E,M,H 15 min. 1986 EVIDENCE FOR is composed of molecules and atoms. MOLECULAR THEORY 2112 ATOMS & MOLECULES #4: Shows chemical change as a continuous process by which matter is E,M,H 15 min. 1986 EXPLAINING MATTER: rearranged to form new substances. CHEMICAL CHANGES 2113 ATOMS & MOLECULES #5: Shows actual change in the nuclear composition of the atom as energy E,M,H 15 min. 1986 LEARNING ABOUT ENERGY is released; explains both nuclear fission and nuclear fusion. 1740 AUTUMN IN NATURE Illustrates the changes which occur in plants and animals during P,E 14 min. Autumn. 3152 AUTUMN: NATURE'S Shows how animals prepare for the scarcity of food which winter's cold P,E,M 26 min. 1988 SIGHTS AND SOUNDS will bring. 165 BACKYARD ANIMALS Snails, squirrels, hummingbirds, gophers, and flies are a few of the P,E 30 min. 1975 many familiar subjects shown on a trip to your own backyard. 2769 BACTERIA Examines the principal forms in which bacteria occur, explores the E,M,H,A 23 min. 1985 structure of a typical bacterial cell, and explains its reproductive process. 6170 BEAR COUNTRY (NATURE This program explains the life of the North American black bear. E,M 31 min. 1997 CLASSIC SERIES) 1360 BEAVER VALLEY Introduces Beaver Valley, a wilderness area inhabited by many E,M,H 32 min. 1985 animals. Shows a unique and appreciative study of the fun-loving otter, the coyote, and other inhabitants of the woodlands. 4004 BEGINNING OF THE FOOD Describes the microscopic plants and animals, plankton, on which our E 12 min. 1987 CHAIN: PLANKTON ocean ecology depends. 5094 BENEATH THE CARIBBEAN This program provides a look at the ecosystem of the Caribbean and the E,M,H,A 23 min. 1995 types of animals that make their homes there. 5095 BENEATH THE SOUTH A look at a modern day garden of Eden and the animals that call it E,M,H,A 25 min. 1995 PACIFIC home. 6927 BILL NYE THE SCEINCE Bodies of water surrounded by land on all sides are called lakes if E,M,H 24 min. 1998 GUY: LAKES AND PONDS they're large and ponds if they are small. Where does all the water come from? Bill looks at these questions. 6930 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE Marine mammals may look like big fish, but to Bill Nye they look more E,M,H 24min. 1996 GUY! MARINE MAMMALS like us. They share verbal communication, they are warm bloodied and feed their young. 6909 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE Bill uses the "Dollhouse of Science" to demonstrate how architects E,M,H 26 min. 1999 GUY: ARCHITECTURE design buildings. 6910 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE Bill Nye explains jow atoms combine to form molecules in this E,M,H 26min. 1998 GUY: ATOMS fascinating program. 6928 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE Take a ride with Bill nye and learn basic bike safety. Before you set E,M,H 17 min. 1999 GUY: BIKE SAFETY your wheels in motion there are certain steps to go through in order to insure your safety and the safety of others. 6155 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE This series shows how bones give the body shape and movement, and E,M 46 min. 1997 GUY: BONES AND how respiration gets oxygen to all parts of the body. Also demonstrates MUSCLES AND smoking's effects on the lungs. RESPIRATION 6154 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE This series shows how the brain works, and shows how interpretations E,M 46 min. 1997 GUY: BRAIN AND can be affected by optical illusions. Also shown are the differences COMMUNICATION between human and animal communications, and a demonstration of American Sign Language. 6912 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE More than just high-speed space chunks, comets and meteors carry E,M,H 26 min. 1995 GUY: COMETS AND important information about the history of our universe. METEORS Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 115 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 6161 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE This series shows the unique ecosystems of the desert; different types of E,M 50 min. 1997 GUY: DESERTS AND volcanos, and how they are formed. VOLCANOS 6169 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE These two programs look at these two forms of animal life and provide E,M 46 min. 1997 GUY: DINOSAURS AND experiments to demonstrate aspects of these animal life forms. REPTILES 6158 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE Study of the differences between Earth's dynamic outer and inner layers, E,M 46 min. 1997 GUY: EARTH'S CRUST AND and what factors affect the creation of rocks and soil. ROCKS AND SOIL 6913 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE Bill Nye looks at the plates that our earth is suspended on and describes E,M,H 26 min. 1995 GUY: EARTHQUAKES how earthquakes occur. 6165 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE These two programs look at electricity and light with experiments to E,M 46 min. 1997 GUY: ELECTRICAL show their characteristics. CURRENT AND LIGHT AND OPTICS 6914 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE See how to conduct home experiments that will transform potential E,M,H 26 min. 1995 GUY: ENERGY energy into kinetic energy, and use falling water to make energy. 6915 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE The planet looks a lot different than it did when it formed four and a hlf E,M,H 26 min. 1997 GUY: EROSION billion years ago. The forces of erosion will always be at work giving the Earth a facelift. 6153 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE Looks at how the eye works, and how brain activity associates with E,M 20 min. 1997 GUY: EYEBALL AND HEART visual images. Also, the heart and how it works. 6916 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE Farmer Bill discovers why farmers really dig their soil, and Chris E,M,H 26 min. 1999 GUY: FARMING Ballew, of the rock group Presidents of the United States of America, sings a special version of the band's hit "Peaches". 6917 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE Explore the depths with these submerged creatures and discover how E,M,H 26 min. 1996 GUY: FISH they breath, grow and survive in the wet. 6918 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE Watch Bill Nye become tangled in a complex food web in his quest to E,M,H 24 min. 1995 GUY: FOOD WEB demonstrate that all living things depend on other living things to survive. 6919 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE Learn how detectives reconstruct events from the past using E,M,H 26 min. 1997 GUY: FORENSICS bloodhounds, fingerprints and DNA. 6920 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE This video looks at various locations in Washington State, Florida, E,M,H 26 min. 1995 GUY: FORESTS Texas and California looking for the oldest trees in those areas. 6921 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE Bill shows us dinosaur footprints with paleontologist Grace Irby and E,M,H 26min. 1999 GUY: FOSSILS travels to the La Brea Tar Pits to see what's underneath all that tar. 6922 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE Bill Nye looks at the ever expanding landfills on the East coast. E,M,H 26min. 1995 GUY: GARBAGE 6923 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE Join Bill as he explores the chromosomal world of DNA and visits a E,M,H 25 min. 1995 GUY: GENES veterinarian from Seattle's Woodland Park Zoo. 6924 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE Have you ever wondered what holds the oceean on the Earth? Or what E,M,H 24 min. 1995 GUY: GRAVITY makes the Earth round? Bill Nye looks at these questions and provides the answers. 6168 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE The first program demonstrates the process of idea to completed E,M 46 min. 1997 GUY: INVENTIONS AND invention. The second program looks at functions of computer chips. COMPUTERS 6926 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE Did you know that all living things grow, reproduce and die in cycles? E,M,H 24 min. 1999 GUY: LIFE CYCLES Bill explains the way that these cycles work. 6932 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE You are what you eat! That's right..everything from your eyeballs to E,M,H 24min. 1996 GUY: NUTRITION your elbows is made of food! Bill Nye tells us what kinds of nutrients are in each bite of food and what types of food are best for healthy bodies. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 116 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 6934 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE Get a glimpse if some of the special tools required for ocean exploration E,M,H 24 min. 1995 GUY: OCEAN and find out why studying the ocean is so crucial to life on land. EXPLORATION 6933 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE Bill goes underwater to talk about ocean ecosystems and the importance E,M,H 24 min. 1995 GUY: OCEAN LIFE of small organisms such as coral, plankton, and kelp. 6935 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE Bill Nye looks at the real lives of plants in video and shows how they E,M,H 24 min. 1995 GUY: PLANTS breath, make food, defend themselves, and move their seeds. 6166 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE These two programs provide information to show the effects of E,M 56 min. 1997 GUY: POLLUTION pollution and how archaeology allows us to see how earlier civilizations SOLUTIONS AND lived. ARCHAEOLOGY 6162 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE These two programs provide answers to scientific questions about E,M 46 min. 1997 GUY: PRESSURE AND pressure and buoyancy. BUOYANCY 6936 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE Bill Nye looks at all sorts of water courses and describes the function E,M,H 24min. 1996 GUY: RIVERS AND each of them contributes to our lives. STREAMS 6152 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE The skin is the largest human organ. This series looks at how the skin E,M 46 min. 1997 GUY: SKIN AND CELLS regulates body temperature, protects the inner organs, and provides a sense of touch. Also, the cell - the basic unit that makes up all living organisms. 6164 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE These two programs look at the sciences of sound and light. E,M 46 min. 1997 GUY: SOUND AND LIGHT Experiments are presented to illustrate their characteristics. AND COLOR 6937 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE Bill looks at many of the aspects of space, the vehicles that are used to E,M,H 24min. 1997 GUY: SPACE EXPLORATION get there and the lives of people that spend their lives in space related field. 6938 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE Bill Nye looks at spiders and how really cool they are. E,M,H 24 min. 1996 GUY: SPIDERS 6939 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE Why do socks stick together when taken from the dryer? Learn the E,M,H 23 min. 1995 GUY: STATIC ELECTRICITY shocking truth in this program on static electricity. 6940 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE It's easy to see why some people hate storms. They're big, loud, and E,M,H 23min. 1999 GUY: STORMS often accompanied by rain. But without storms to distribute heat, the tropical regions of the earth would be too hot to inhabit- and the subpolar regions too cold. 6160 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE This series illustrates the orbit of the moon around Earth, and how E,M 46 min. 1997 GUY: THE MOON AND craters are formed. Looking further into space, constructing an astrolabe OUTER SPACE and a model of a constellation. 6159 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE Fun and informative look at the star that gives us life, and the planets E,M 52 min. 1997 GUY: THE SUN AND THE that surround it. PLANETS 6941 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE Bill shows how humans measure time with the help of "Beverly Hills E,M,H 24 min. 1996 GUY: TIME 90210" star Ian Ziering and Ellen Cleghorne. 6163 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE These two programs look at the water cycle: evaporation, condensation, E,M 46 min. 1997 GUY: WATER CYCLE AND precipitation and collection, and ways to help keep our water clean. OCEANOGRAPHY Also shows characteristics of oceans. 6942 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE Bill explores sound waves, light waves, seismic waves, energy waves, E,M,H 24min. 1995 GUY: WAVES and even "the wave" that's so popular with stadium crowds! 6943 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE Bill Nye sloshes across American wetlands and shows us how swamps, E,M,H 24min. 1996 GUY: WETLANDS bogs, and marshes help control floods, naturally filter water, and provide good homes to lots of living things. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 117 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 6944 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE There's a lot more blowing around than hot air when Bill Nye the E,M,H 24 min. 1995 GUY: WIND Science Guy goes parachuting and sailing to show the relationship between the Sun, Earth, wind, and weather. 6157 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE This series helps show the reasons for the seasons, and factors that E,M 47 min. 1997 GUY; EARTH'S SEASONS create climates around the world. AND CLIMATES 6911 BILL NYE THE SCIENCE Surviving in complete darkness requires an array of natural adaptations. E,M,H 24 min. 1998 GY: CAVES Caves have their own unique forms of life - 112 BIOSCOPE #1: LIFE Presents an overview of the entire series and examines the work and E,M 15 min. 1986 SCIENCES major contributions by some outstanding life scientists. 113 BIOSCOPE #2: CELLS Explains the cell as the basic unit of life forms; the different types of E,M,H 15 min. 1986 cells, the difference between plant and animal cells and the functions of cell parts. 114 BIOSCOPE #3: WORLD OF Explores life beneath the ocean surface; the world of insects; the E,M 15 min. 1986 LIVING THINGS diversity of plant forms and animal communications. 115 BIOSCOPE #4: WHERE Presents the environmental differences of the earth's biomes and how E,M 15 min. 1986 PLANTS AND ANIMALS they affect existing plant and animal life. LIVE 116 BIOSCOPE #5: ADAPTATION Demonstrates the adaptations of some plants and animal species and the E,M 15 min. 1986 reasons for adaptations. 117 BIOSCOPE #6: NATURAL Describes ecosystems as a network of producers, consumers and E,M 15 min. 1986 BALANCE decomposers. Examines the energy pyramid, food chains and food webs and the consequences of altering the natural balance. 118 BIOSCOPE #7: Examines the conditions which threaten wildlife worldwide and the E,M 15 min. 1986 ENDANGERED SPECIES efforts being made to protect endangered species. 119 BIOSCOPE #8: FRONTIERS Presents the ways science and technology have improved the quality of E,M 15 min. 1986 OF THE BIOSPHERE our lives and the world in which we live as well as the problems science and technology have created. 3773 BIRTH AND DEATH OF Discusses how mountains are always changing due to ice, wind and E,M,H 13 min. 1988 MOUNTAINS water that is constantly wearing down rock and sending it into the sea to contribute to the formation of new formed mountains. Examines fault action and volcanism in the production of mountains. 2297 BLUEPRINT FOR SURVIVAL Focuses on insect development by examining the behavior of young P,E,M,H 20 min. 1986 insects, their life cycles from mature larva and those that develop from nymphs. Uses macrophotography. 6006 BREATH OF LIFE (THE This program looks at the human lungs and the tasks they perform to E,M,H,A 25 min. 1995 BODY ATLAS SERIES) keep us alive. 2876 CASTLE Uses animated and live-action documentary sequences to tell the E,M,H 60 min. 1985 fictional, but historically accurate story of a 13th century Welsh castle and its inhabitants. 6684 CASTLES OF CLAY Describe the extraordinary life cycle and ecology of the African E,M,H 28 min. 1998 termite. 170 CAT TALE Properly cared for, fed, groomed, a cat makes a fine pet, an P,E 30 min. 1975 independent, but affectionate member of the household. But what happens to a cat when people leave it alone and helpless? This is a cat's tale, often similar to man's story in a complex society. 3367 CELLS A FIRST FILM Explains that living things are made of building blocks called cells that E,M 10 min. 1988 have a nucleus, streaming material called cytoplasm, and a membrane. Shows that all living things begin life as a single cell. 3706 CELLS AND WHAT THEY Through a microscope, students see the parts of a plant cell, parts of an P,E 11 min 1988 DO animal cell, the activity inside living cells, the process of cell division, and the development of a fertilized egg. 6213 CHAMELEONS Chameleons, their lives and habitats are described in this program. E,M,H 15 min. 1996 Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 118 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 6390 CHEMICALS - WONDER Why do nails rust? Why does milk go sour? The children learn that E,M,H 26 min. 1991 WHY? SERIES (CLOSED everything is made up of chemical elements. Richard, a CAPTIONED) scientist/meteorologist, shows what happens when they combine. We see how inorganic chemicals are used in Chinese herbal medicine. 3496 CHEMISTRY MATTERS Presents experiments that can be easily duplicated in any classroom to E 17 min. 1988 demonstrate the properties of mixtures and solutions, using common household substances. Students learn the scientific process of observing, recording and drawing conclusions as well as safe lab procedures, and the real-life relevance of chemistry. 6352 CHEMISTRY: THE DIPOLE Strong attractive forces act between the molecules of H2 0 in ice and E,M,H 10 min. 1991 MOLECULE H2O water. An animated electron-pair repulsion model combines with several tetrahedral models to explain why H2 0 molecules are constructed in a V-shape. 3500 CLOSE UP ON THE PLANETS Uses computer animation and spectacular footage from NASA space E,M 20 min. 1988 missions, including Voyager II to explain how our solar system evolved and what it looks like from a satellite's-eye view. 6389 COAL - WONDER WHY? Why is coal called "buried sunshine"? Richard (scientist) explains how E,M,H 26 min. 1991 SERIES (CLOSED coal originates from vegetation. Karen talks to a coal miner and a coal CAPTIONED) geologist describes methods used to find it. We learn it can be treated to remove content that creates environmental hazards. We find that coal is not only used to produce energy but in products including building materials and even certain foods. 6387 COASTLINE - WONDER The children explore three kinds of coastlines: receding, advancing and E,M,H 26 min. 1991 WHY? SERIES (CLOSED coral, to learn what created them and the differences between them. A CAPTIONED) geologist explains how "ghost coasts" yield clues to life millions of years ago. 6351 COLOR (WONDER WHY What makes a rainbow? Why is the sky blue? Is black a color? To E,M,H 25 min. 1991 SERIES) answer these questions Richard (scientist) and young co-hosts duplicate Isaac Newton's experiments and discover how a prism breaks white light into a spectrum of colors. 3703 COMETS, METEORS AND Charts the course of Halley's Comet through telescopic photographs and E,M,H 12 min 1986 ASTEROIDS (2ND. ED.) space probes from its visit early this century to its most recent passage. Includes information about ancient meteorites preserved by the polar ice cold. 3795 COMETS: TIME CAPSULES This fascinating film combines beautiful animation sequences with live- E,M 12 min 1988 OF THE SOLAR SYSTEM action and documentary photography for a dramatic exploration of the role comets play in contemporary scientific research. 5099 COMMUNITIES IN THE SEA A look at the effects of technology on the sea life and the relationships E,M 15 min. 1994 of the types of fish. 1603 COMMUNITY OF LIVING Traces the oxygen/carbon cycles and how they relate to living E,M,H 15 min. 1986 THINGS: ABIOTIC CYCLES organisms. Focuses on plants: oxygen production, redistribution of water. 1604 COMMUNITY OF LIVING Illustrates seasonal change, leaf fall, waterfowl and migration. E,M,H 15 min. 1986 THINGS: BIORHYTHMS 1607 COMMUNITY OF LIVING Examines adaptions of organisms in the bogs and deserts. E,M,H 15 min. 1986 THINGS: BOGS AND DESERTS 1616 COMMUNITY OF LIVING Shows the relatively simple plant colonies, explores social insects, bees E,M,H 15 min. 1986 THINGS: COLONIES/SOCIAL and ants. ORGANIZATION 1612 COMMUNITY OF LIVING Describes competition among plants and progresses to competition E,M,H 15 min. 1986 THINGS: COMPETITORS among animals. AND PREDATORS 1608 COMMUNITY OF LIVING Traces marine organisms from brackish tidal creeks and tributaries to E,M,H 15 min. 1986 THINGS: CREEKS AND the Atlantic Ocean. OCEANS Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 119 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 2383 CORAL REEF Shows who inhabits coral reefs, how they create their homes, how the E,M,H,A 23 min. 1987 incredible organisms live and die by the millions. 173 COUNT DOWN (NUTRITION) Discusses new foods (sea, space, and synthetic), production meeting E 30 min. 1974 demands, and processing and transportation. The Mulligans get help from an astronaut at NASA when their mission involves saving their pal, Wilbur Dooright, from a life and death fight. (From the Mulligan Stew series) 175 DAIRY FARM Different kinds of cows are discussed--what they eat, what makes milk, P,E 30 min. 1975 and why it is important to all of us. We take a trip through the operations of a modern dairy. 6007 DEFEND AND REPAIR (THE This program looks at our native defenses and how they help to protect E,M,H,A 25 min. 1995 BODY ATLAS SERIES) our bodies from harm. 2763 DISASTER AT DAWN Archival footage of the actual 1906 earthquake. Narrator gives accounts E,M 25 min. 1989 of the silent footage. People who were actually involved in the earthquake and fire discuss what was going on in their minds at the time. 342 DISCOVERING-- Presents a range of scientific phenomena using formats including E 15 min. 1980 AMPHIBIANS animation, on camera experiments and photographs of plants and animals in their natural environment. Arouses curiosity, stimulates investigation, deepens the students' sense of the interdependence of living things and encourages scientific thinking. 343 DISCOVERING--ANIMALS See above description for V000342. E 15 min. 1980 WITH HAIR 354 DISCOVERING-- See above description for V000342. E 15 min. 1980 ANTHROPOD INVERTEBRATES 344 DISCOVERING-- See above description for V000342. E 15 min. 1980 ANTHROPODS 345 DISCOVERING--BIRDS See above description for V000342. E 15 min. 1980 357 DISCOVERING--ELEMENTS See above description for V000342. E 15 min. 1980 AND COMPOUNDS 358 DISCOVERING--ENERGY See above description for V000342. E 15 min. 1980 346 DISCOVERING--FISH See above description for V000342. E 15 min. 1980 359 DISCOVERING--FREEZING See above description for V000342. E 15 min. 1980 POINT 360 DISCOVERING--GRAVITY See above description for V000342. E 15 min. 1980 DRAG 361 DISCOVERING--IGNEOUS See above description for V000342. E 15 min. 1980 ROCK 347 DISCOVERING-- See above description for V000342. E 15 min. 1980 INTERDEPENDENCE OF LIVING THINGS 348 DISCOVERING--KINDS OF See above description for V000342. E 15 min. 1980 PLANTS 349 DISCOVERING--LIFE ON A See above description for V000342. E 15 min. 1980 ROTTING LOG 350 DISCOVERING--LIVING See above description for V000342. E 15 min. 1980 THINGS REPRODUCE 351 DISCOVERING--LOWER See above description for V000342. E 15 min. 1980 PLANT FORMS Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 120 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 352 DISCOVERING--MAMMALS See above description for V000342. E 15 min. 1980 362 DISCOVERING-- See above description for V000342. E 15 min. 1980 METAMORPHIC ROCK 353 DISCOVERING-- See above description for V000342. E 15 min. 1980 MICROSCOPIC PLANT LIFE 363 DISCOVERING--MINERALS See above description for V000342. E 15 min. 1980 355 DISCOVERING--OCEAN See above description for V000342. E 15 min. 1980 ANIMALS 364 DISCOVERING--PHYSICAL See above description for V000342. E 15 min. 1980 AND CHEMICAL CHANGE 356 DISCOVERING--REPTILES See above description for V000342. E 15 min. 1980 365 DISCOVERING-- See above description for V000342. E 15 min. 1980 SEDIMENTARY ROCK 633 DOLPHINS This film introduces several species of dolphins to young students. P,E 14 min. 1983 2013 DOWN ON THE FARM: Shows a living history museum, the Wentz Farm, operated now as it P,E 18 min. 1986 YESTERDAY AND TODAY was in the 18th century, is compared with the modern Merrymead Farm. 2766 DR. LEAKEY & THE DAWN Depicts Dr. Louis Leakey's attempt to scientifically prove man E,M,H,A 52 min. 1966 OF MAN originated in Africa. 3507 EARTHQUAKES Uses documentary footage in conjunction with a real classroom E,M 15 min. 1988 earthquake drill to introduce the subject of earthquakes and to reassure children that there are many safe preparation measures that can be taken. 3-dimensional computer animation illustrates sea-floor spreading, subduction and collision. Explains the theory of continental drift. 535 EBB TIDE AT MONO LAKE Water exports from Mono Lake's tributary streams have caused the E,M 11 min. 1981 lake's elevation to drop more than 40 feet since 1940. The tape discusses a recommended solution to maintain the Lake. 5085 ECOSYSTEMS: NATURE IN This program demonstrates to students the balance of our E,M,H,A 13 min. 1993 BALANCE ecosystems. 3068 ELECTRIC SAFETY FROM A Imaginative, animated program that very simply explains energy and E,M,H,A 10 min. 1987 TO ZAP electric safety. 4054 ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS: Demystifies the workings of static and current electricity by providing E,M 12 min. 1986 YOU CAN DO IT! young viewers with hands-on experiments that they can complete on their own. 6230 ELECTRICAL CURRENT Several simple, carefully performed experiments explore the basic E,M 18 min. 1991 AND MAGNETISM principles of electromagnetism. 2424 ELECTRICITY--CHARGING Examines the law that like charges repel, unlike charges attract, and a E,M 15 min. 1988 AND DISCHARGING charged object attracts a neutral object. 2425 ELECTRICITY--CHARGING Reviews the concepts of charging by contact and discharging by E,M 15 min. 1988 AND INDUCTION grounding to illustrate how a charged rod affects an electroscope. 2423 ELECTRICITY-- Establishes some of the fundamental principles in electrostatics. Shows E,M 15 min. 1988 CONDUCTORS AND difference between conductors and insulators and the electron flow of INSULATORS charged particles at the atomic level. 2426 ELECTRICITY--CURRENT Introduces the dry cell "battery" as a source of current electricity. E,M 15 min. 1988 ELECTRICITY Illustrates the concepts of complete circuits, their energy conversions, electrical currents, and the ampere-the unit for currents. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 121 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 2427 ELECTRICITY--POTENTIAL Introduces additional concepts of an electrical circuit-such as potential E,M 15 min. 1988 DIFFERENCE energy and changes in electrical potential energy. 2428 ELECTRICITY--RESISTANCE Focuses on a simple current to introduce the concept of resistance, or E,M 15 min. 1988 relative differences in conductivity, which is explained in terms of varying numbers of free electrons and pathways for electron flow. 6686 ENERGY All plant and animal life depends on obtaining energy from an external E,M,H 20 min. 1998 source in order to survive. 6079 ENERGY A look at stored and fossil fuels and see their applications in today's E 26 min. 1993 world. 2166 ENERGY SAVERS Follows Goofy, Donald, Mickey and Pluto who learn how to save P,E 9 min. 1986 energy around the house. Describes energy saving tips for lighting, cooking, washing, heating and cooling. 2795 ENERGY: THE FUELS AND Explores the differences between renewable and non- renewable E,M,H,A 23 min. 198 MAN fuels. 2800 ENERGY: THE PROBLEMS Examines renewable energy resources, including tidal, geothermal, E,M,H,A 22 min. 1986 AND THE FUTURE wind, and solar power, and hydrogen gas. 968 EROSION AND Documents the effects of physical and chemical weathering of man- E,M,H,A 17 min. WEATHERING: LOOKING made structures and rocks. Explores erosional phenomena. AT THE LAND 123 EUREKA!: CONDUCTION OF Uses animation to illustrate the principles of physics. Programs are: E,M 15 min. HEAT Volume and Density, Buoyancy, Convection, Heat As Energy, Radiation Waves, and Radiation Spectrum. Consult the ITV Science Resource Guide. 124 EUREKA!: CONVECTION OF Uses animation to illustrate the principles of physics. Programs are: E,M 30 min. HEAT Volume and Density, Buoyancy, Convection, Heat As Energy, Radiation Waves, and Radiation Spectrum. Consult the ITV Science Resource Guide. 120 EUREKA!: FORCE AND Uses animation to illustrate the principles of physics. Programs are: E,M 50 min. ENERGY Inertia, Mass, Speed, Acceleration I, Acceleration II, Gravity, Weight vs. Mass, Work, Kinetic Energy, and Potential Energy. Consult the ITV Science Resource Guide. 122 EUREKA!: HEAT AND Uses animation to illustrate the principles of physics. Programs are: E,M 30 min. TEMPERATURE Molecules in Solids, Molecules in Liquids, Evaporation and Condensation, Expansion and Contraction, Measuring Temperature, and Temperature vs. Heat. Consult the ITV Science Resource Guide. 121 EUREKA!: SIMPLE Uses animation to illustrate the principles of physics. Programs are: E,M 25 min. MACHINES Inclined Plane, Lever, Mechanical Advantage and Friction, Screw and the Wheel, and the Pulley. Consult the ITV Science Resource Guide. 2286 EVERY CARE...BUT NO Uses macrophotography to document some of the remarkable ways E,M,H,A 20 min. 1986 RESPONSIBILITY female insects lay eggs and ensure the survival of their young. 6038 EVIDENCE FOR THE This program defines many of the scientific terms that we all use. E,M 16 min. 1982 ATOMIC-MOLECULAR THEORY 6039 EXPLAINING MATTER - This energetic program explains the inner structure of the atom, and E,M 13 min. 1982 CHEMICAL CHANGE shows viewers how the ability to predict chemical change allows for the creation of new substances. 4009 EXPLAINING MATTER: Illustrates that a chemical change takes place when atoms from the E,M,H 13 min. 1982 CHEMICAL CHANGE (2ND molecules of two or more materials join with each other to form ED) molecules of entirely different materials. Gives burning, digestion of food, and plant photosynthesis as common examples. 6107 EXPLORING SOUND Bo has a cold. A sneeze makes his ears pop clear-he can hear once E,M 10 min. 1990 again. This sends Bo in search of the understanding of sounds. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 122 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 475 FAITHFUL FRIENDS Presents the visual experiences of Fall along with comments and P,E 11 min. 1975 activities of children. Shows Halloween, Thanksgiving, and the changes that colder weather brings to plants, birds, and animals. 4982 FALLING WATER This non-narrated program orchestrates the beauty of falling water with E,M,H 13 min. 1986 the sounds of music. 6303 FERTILIZATION AND This simple film provides an introduction to young viewers on "where E 15 min. 1991 BIRTH (SECOND EDITION) babies come from." 4368 FIVE BILLION YEARS Beginning with the formation of the planets five billion years ago, this E,M 7 min. 1982 film traces the development of the planet earth from the first raindrops and one-celled organisms through the many stages of plants and animals. 4012 FLOWERS AT WORK (3RD Uses animation and time-lapse photography in describing cross- E,M,H,A 16 min. 1983 ED) pollination, self-pollination and fertilization, discusses special pollination devices and describes the part played by insects. 4983 FOG See V004496 for description. E,M,H 9 min. 1995 4496 FOG Pictures the myriad shapes, textures and moods of fog, revealing how E,M,H 9 min. 1971 Carl Sandburg might have received inspiration for his poem. (The location is San Francisco Bay). 6449 FOOD FOR THOUGHT This program is an introduction to agriculture in Marin from a child's E,M 17 min. 1996 point of view. The first section presents an overview of Marin agriculture, the role of farming in our community, challenges of being a farmer and its history here. 5017 FOOD PRODUCTS A look at the food industry from the tree to the consumer. E,M 13 min. 1993 1179 FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT'S Points out the essence of Wright's love for nature and how he brought E,M,H,A 24 min. FALLINGWATER the beauty of all natural things into the buildings he designed and created. 546 FROM FARMLAND TO Farming in the San Joaquin Valley faces a relentlessly spreading E,M 17 min. 1981 DESERT disaster. Unless remedial steps are taken, salt buildup in the soil will ruin much of the land. One solution to the present problem is desalting farm drain water. 6001 FROM SEA TO SEA This program looks at the tides and when and where the occur. E,M 15 min. 1994 476 FURRED, FEATHERED, AND Care and feeding of exotic pets. Covers hamsters, rabbits, fish, birds. P,E 11 min. 1975 FINNED Suggests wild animals not be kept as pets. 3687 GARDEN PLANTS AND Explores various ways plants grow, where plants' food comes from, P,E 11 min 1988 HOW THEY GROW (REV.) shows how it is made and who are the plants' friends and enemies. 538 GEOTHERMAL: THE The search for energy has led to exploration of underground reservoirs E,M 1980 ROARING RESOURCE of superheated steam. Explains how the steam is formed, problems in developing the resource. 193 GETTING IT ALL TOGETHER Plants and animals become food...what people eat where...plan, buy, E 30 min. 1974 and prepare. The "MULLIGAN STEWS" plan, shop, and prepare a dinner for a world population. Hundreds of guests in native costume offer their kind of entertainment and fun. 6009 GLANDS AND HORMONES A look at the chemicals and hormones that help us live healthy lives. E,M,H,A 25 min. 1995 (THE BODY ATLAS SERIES) 3771 GRAVITY, WEIGHT AND Defines weight as the measure of the pull of gravity. Recreates E,M,H 11 min 1988 WEIGHTLESSNESS (REV.) Newton's classic experiment to show that a cannon ball filled with sufficient force will orbit the earth in free fall. Utilizes NASA and Skylab footage to illustrate these points. 6115 GREAT SPACE RACE: THE This program looks at colonizing space in the future. E,M 59 min. NEXT GENERATION Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 123 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 4028 GROUPING LIVING THINGS Shows in animation eighteenth-century Swedish botanist Carolus E,M 18 min. 1985 Linnaeus highlighting the importance of grouping like organisms and of giving each organism a scientifically useful name. 1579 GROWING UP ON Discusses puberty and menstruation in a contemporary style. Talks E,M,H 15 min. 1987 BROADWAY** about some of the myths heard about the menstrual period, and how they are not true. Presents the various forms of menstrual protection products and their uses. 196 GUIDE DOGS Traces the training of dogs from puppy hood with 4-H. Club members, P,E 30 min. 1975 through the guide dog school, to the time of a new permanent relationship with a blind person. 2515 GYMNOSPERMS Gymnosperms are seed plants that are well represented on the North E,M,H,A 16 min. 1986 American continent by vast forest of conifers. 3130 HEAT AND WORK Introduces students to how and why heat energy converts to work. E,M 13 min. 1988 Explains the relationship between temperature differences and molecular activity and expansion. 202 HONEY BEES An extraordinary film--the rarely photographed dance of the bee; bee P,E 30 min. 1975 bread; what the different types of bees do; and how honey is made. This program is a fascinating excursion into a world normally a mystery. 203 HORSES, HORSES A horse is an important part of our lives. We watch horses participate P,E 20 min. 1075 in shows, races, movies, ceremonies, and work; traces the history of horses. 6384 HOT AND COLD We discover that heat goes from the hot to the cold but never from the E,M,H 26 min. 1991 cold to the hot: the first law of thermodynamics. 2016 HOT LINE: ALL ABOUT Shows experiments with static electricity, electrons, negative and E,M 15 min. 1986 ELECTRICITY positive charges. Looks at electrical devices, and power lines from power plants to our homes. 4473 HOW DOES WIND SHAPE Explores the two fairly inconspicuous types of erosion caused by wind. E,M 7 min. 1989 THE EARTH'S SURFACE? Presents experiments to demonstrate how erosion works and the geological features that contribute to this type of erosion. Also discusses topsoil loss due to erosion. 206 HOW TO RAISE A PUPPY A critically acclaimed and often humorous look--in live action and P,E 30 min. 1975 AND LIVE HAPPILY EVER animation--at the do's and don't of selecting, raising, and caring for a AFTER puppy. 5086 HUMAN BLOOD This program describes the use of the blood system in the human E,M 12 min. 1993 CIRCULATION body. 6385 HUMAN BODY- WONDER How does your heart work? What does your blood do? What's inside E,M,H 26 min. 1991 WHY? SERIES (CLOSED your bones? Richard Zurawski takes the children on a fascinating CAPTIONED) journey through the complex mechanism of the human body. We get a clear picture of how the heart, lungs, brain and other vital organs operate to make our bodies function. Richard Zurawski is a scientist and a meteorologist. Bronze Apple Winner, National Educational Film & Video Festival. 1727 I'M A MAMMAL, SO ARE Colorful film rollicks along to a swinging, thumping, strumming little E 4 min. 1986 YOU song. With humor and charm, the lyrics say more about our species than would seem possible in so short a time. It leaves you humming. 1592 IF YOU COULD SEE THE Shows through animation that the earth is a sphere, covered by land and E,M,H 10 min. 1987 EARTH (REVISED) water and constantly turning or rotating. Explores day and night, sun rays and the invisible force of gravity. 3137 IGNEOUS ROCKS Studies the origin and formation of volcanoes and igneous rock, E,M 15 min. 1988 provides information for understanding the inner structure of the earth and shows a variety of mineral and crystalline structures through micro- photography. 6011 IN THE WOMB (THE BODY The beginning of life is described. E,M,H,A 25 min. 1995 ATLAS SERIES) Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 124 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 626 INSECTS In this film, students observe the drama of metamorphosis and learn that P,E 12 min. 1979 all insects share the same basic characteristics. 862 INSIDE STORY WITH SLIM Shows what can be done to keep healthy and ready to enjoy life. Shows E 15 min. GOODBODY: BODY cell structure and how cells are grouped into tissues, organs, and SYMPHONY organisms. Illustrates the never-ending miracle of growth and change. Teaching manual is available for this program. Consult the ITV Science Resource Guide. 2900 INTERTIDAL ZONE Explains how pollution may affect intertidal food chains. P,E,M,H 17 min. 1987 4494 INTRODUCTION TO THE Illustrates how water is constantly recycled, and the process of E,M 13 min. 1988 WATER CYCLE evaporation. Demonstrates cloud formation, how land forms, and how weather patterns affect the amount of rain. 2121 IT'S ABOUT TIME Illustrates the many ways time has been measured across centuries. A P,E,M 20 min. 1987 wizard adds enjoyable whimsy to the learning process. 6563 IT'S CHEMICAL: DENSITY Everyday objects vary greatly in their density and that often has an E,M 28 min. 1989 IS SOLID effect on the way an object functions. Experiments conducted show how to measure density and demonstrate that density is a property of matter rather than a function of size. 2912 KGO-TV WEATHER UNIT Follows local weatherman Pete Giddings as he discusses the concepts of E,M,H,A 60 min. 1988 SERIES air as matter, the water cycle and the ways in which weather changes. 456 KNOW THE LAND AND THE Feel the thrill of being able to fly, prepare for your first jump from a E,M,H,A 28 min. 1980 PEOPLE--THE AIR plane. Learn how air creates sounds in musical instruments. This is an exciting and breathtaking adventure into the air around us. 454 KNOW THE LAND AND THE Explores what may well be one of the last great treasures of our natural E,M,H,A 28 min. 1980 PEOPLE--THE DESERT heritage. Join a paleontologist searching for buried dinosaur bones, visit the dwelling places of Indians who lived here more than twelve centuries ago and meet a photographer at an "outdoor living museum." 455 KNOW THE LAND AND THE Through an exciting underwater dive, visit the creatures of the deep, E,M,H,A 28 min. 1980 PEOPLE--THE SEA learn how the sea is being studied as a farm of the future, watch a boat builder, meet an old seafarer who spins a sailing yarn, sail the seas on a windjammer and study the shape of a wave. 459 KNOW THE LAND AND THE Explore the forms of water. From a country rainstorm to a giant hydro- E,M,H,A 28 min. 1980 PEOPLE--WATER electric plant, you will learn how water has shaped our lives and the face of our planet. 3627 KNOW ZONE SERIES: CAN Examines the difference between understanding words and learned E,M 30 min 1988 WE TALK TO THE response. Experiments with chimps and dolphins, suggests animals ANIMALS? using learned communication patterns are capable of more than rote response. 3626 KNOW ZONE SERIES: Captures the anticipation and exhilaration of hunting a tornado. Know E,M 30 min 1988 CHASING THE TORNADO Zone footage showcases the incredible power of nature's deadliest wind. 3624 KNOW ZONE SERIES: FIRE! Examines through the camera's eye the ways fires start and the E,M 30 min. 1988 surprising quickness with which they spread. 3628 KNOW ZONE SERIES: Presents a year of changes at a secluded New England beaver pond E,M,H,A 30 min 1988 SECRETS OF THE POND where beavers, reptiles, insects, amphibians and others adapt to the seasons and go about the business of survival. 3629 KNOW ZONE SERIES: THE Discusses the great importance placed on communication and the E,M,H,A 30 min. 1988 SILENCE BARRIER isolation from sound and society that the deaf experience. This program researches new developments in technology using light and vibration to bridge the sound gap. 2132 LAND OF THE TIGER Examines tigers stalking their prey, caring for their young, swimming, E,M,H,A 60 min. 1986 playing, fighting, as well as glimpses of the older animals that share the tiger's domain. 4432 LEARNING ABOUT Shows ways we use electrical power at work and play, in an overview P,E 16 min. 1976 ELECTRICITY which will encourage children to associate electricity with some of their favorite things. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 125 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 4013 LEARNING ABOUT Documents the reproduction cycle--from seed, to plant, to flower, and E,M 14 min. 1974 FLOWERS & SEEDS (2ND back again to seed by use of time-lapse photography and in colorful ED) animation sequences. Emphasizes the role of seeds as an important factor in the food supply and traces the progress of grain and fruit shipments from the produce market to local grocers. 6043 LEARNING ABOUT This program shows how each part of a plant contributes to the E 14 min. FLOWERS AND THEIR production and dispersal of seeds. SEEDS 4500 LEARNING ABOUT HEAT Demonstrates that controlling heat, a form of energy, is vital to our E,M 13 min. 1988 daily lives. Uses experiments to show how heat is produced, and its different properties. 627 LEARNING ABOUT Shows how reptiles are examples of adaptations to environments P,E 12 min. 1979 REPTILES ranging from a desert to the ocean. 4451 LEARNING ABOUT SOLAR Demonstrates the use of indirect solar energy by showing a group of P,E 12 min. 1975 ENERGY children cooking food on a wood fire and on a solar cooker as they play house. 1413 LIFE BETWEEN THE TIDES Discloses how marine animals adapt to this beautiful but difficult E,M 13 min. 1986 environment while surviving the pounding force of the surf and its daily cycle of tides. 2905 LIFE SCIENCE 4-6 (PART 1) Examines cells/genetics, plants. E,M 110 min. 1986 2906 LIFE SCIENCE 4-6 (PART 2) Examines humans, ecosystems, classification/protists, animals. E,M 110 min. 1986 2907 LIFE SCIENCE K-3 Examines cells/genetics, micro life/fossils, plants, animals, humans, P,E 120 min. 1986 ecosystems. 540 LIFE THROUGH FIRE Relates one large landholder's efforts to prevent fire disaster on his land, E,M 15 min. 1981 and to use fire to improve wildlife habitat, water production and rangeland. 4119 LIGHT Introduces children to basic properties and characteristics of light. P,E 12 min. 1986 Trezlar, an imaginary, gnome-like "trogledyte," receives a lesson on light and color. 6790 LIGHT 3: THE SPEED OF Explore theories to calculate the speed of light. E,M 24 min 1989 LIGHT 3710 LIGHT ALL ABOUT US (2ND Discusses the different sources of light and energy and its behavior as P,E 10 min 1988 ED.) well as defines the meanings of opaque, transparent and translucent by watching light beams directed at various shapes and textures. 6044 LIGHT SCIENCE: YOU CAN This program looks at the properties of light. E,M 13 min. 1986 DO IT 4056 LIGHT SCIENCE: YOU CAN Gives young viewers an opportunity to explore and learn about the E,M 13 min. 1986 DO IT! properties of light through hands-on experimentation. 2516 LIVING AND NON--LIVING Follows three groups of children as they learn to observe and describe E,M,H,A 12 min. 1986 THINGS ARE EVERYWHERE the characteristics of living things in the natural environment. 2787 LIVING ON OUR CHANGING Highlights earthquake detection, volcano watchers, using lasers and E,M,H,A 23 min. 1983 PLANET computers to probe the earth. 2381 LIVING OR NONLIVING? Uses sketches of an American Indian and live action sequences to P,E 16 min. 1987 explore examples of how living things are nourished, grow and respond to the world around them. 4027 LIVING THINGS IN A DROP Provides for the beginning science student an introduction to the P,E,M,H 12 min. 1985 OF WATER (2ND ED) qualities of life in simple organisms. Shows a variety of one-celled organisms called protists in a drop of pond water. 1154 LOOK AT ZOOS Shows students various kinds of zoos and their purposes. Views the P,E 12 min. ways in which scientists study animals in zoos and the ways in which zoo veterinarians work to keep the animals healthy. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 126 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 50150 LUNG ORGANS Respiratory Organs, Nystrom, Life-size model of human lungs with E,M,H Lung Mo 1997 removable heart and left lung. 6088 MAGNETS This program gives the scientific explanations for the actions of E 26 min. 1994 magnets. 4122 MAGNETS! MAGNETS! Demonstrates for youngsters the "magic" of magnets. In addition, easy- P,E 13 min. 1989 to follow narration explains many basic facts regarding magnets and how they work. 6033 MAKING A DIFFERENCE A look at the following three programs: Wild Mustangs of Shasta E,M 27 min. County; The Tree Musketeers; and The Salmon Project. 628 MAMMALS Young students will learn that they themselves are mammals. The film P,E 12 min. 1979 identifies characteristics that set mammals apart and helps sharpen students' classifying skills. Students also observe mother mammals caring for their young. 6112 MAPPING THE UNIVERSE A close look at the science of astronomy and telescopes. E,M,H 13 min. 1994 4455 MASS AND DENSITY; A detective guides a science class in the investigative techniques of the E,M 20 min. 1986 INVESTIGATING MATTER scientific process. 3695 MATTER INTO ENERGY Presents a comprehensive introduction to nuclear energy, explains E,M 10 min. 1988 (REV.) nuclear fission and fusion and discusses Einstein's famous E=Mc2 formula. Detailed three-dimensional animation introduces protons, neutrons, binding energy, chain reactions and the conversion of mass into energy. 2017 MATTER: BUILDING Explains the changes resulting from various particle combinations P,E 15 min. 1986 BLOCKS OF THE UNIVERSE which form rock, water, hydrogen, helium, carbon, neon, aluminum, iron, cooper, iodine, gold, uranium, sodium and salt. Examines protons, neutrons, and electrons in their infinite combinations. 3027 MEASURING THINGS (PART DISTANCE, TIME, TEMPERATURE E,M,H 17 min. 1988 1) 3028 MEASURING THINGS (PART AREAS, VOLUME, ANGLES E,M,H 19 min. 1988 2) 3029 MEASURING THINGS (PART WEIGHT, PRESSURE E,M,H 17 min. 1988 3) 2399 MICROBES: BACTERIA AND Examines the physical characteristics, the risky and beneficial E,M 17 min. 1987 FUNGI applications and ways to impede and prevent growth of microbes. 970 MONUMENTS TO EROSION Presents the red rock country of the Colorado Plateau as it has never E,M,H,A 11 min. been seen before. Approaches the land from several viewpoints. 6012 MUSCLE AND BONE (THE A look at the human body's framework: the muscle and bones. E,M,H,A 25 min. 1995 BODY ATLAS SERIES) 370 NATURAL SCIENCE-- The Thunder Lizards--Studies fossils and visits the Dinosaur National E,M 20 min. 1990 DINOSAURS Monument to view reconstructions of these mesozoic lizards. 366 NATURAL SCIENCE-- A Book from the Past--Explains how fossils are formed, where they are E,M 20 min. 1980 FOSSILS found, and what they tell us about prehistoric life on earth. 368 NATURAL SCIENCE-- A Key to Survival--Deals with the management of water in mountain E,M 20 min. 1980 MOUNTAIN WATER regions, including dams, reservoirs, treatment plants,and the process of terracing. 369 NATURAL SCIENCE-- Nature's High Rise--Explores various kinds of "mountain building" and E,M 20 min. 1980 MOUNTAINS AND considers the theories of plate tectonics and continental drift. MOUNTAIN BUILDING 406 NATURAL SCIENCE-- Vulcan's Forge--Explores the development of volcanic eruptions, shows E,M 20 min. 1980 VOLCANOES island chains formed by volcanic activity, and demonstrates uses for volcanic materials. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 127 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 1731 NATURE'S FOOD CHAIN Examines the hierarchical order of predators and prey in natural E,M 14 min. 1978 environment. 229 NAVY DOLPHINS A happy-go-lucky dolphin joins the Navy to learn, but soon becomes the P,E 30 min. 1975 teacher. Glenn Ford narrates. 2414 NOT ANOTHER SCIENCE Examines cells, showing how they divide and multiply. Illustrates the E,M 15 min. 1988 SHOW II: BLUE GENES transfer of genetic material via DNA, and explains how heredity and environment produce different people. 2411 NOT ANOTHER SCIENCE Reveals how microprocessors store and manipulate data. Uses simple E,M 15 min. 1988 SHOW II: CHIPS AHOY models to demonstrate how the binary system convey large amounts of information using only two numbers. 2405 NOT ANOTHER SCIENCE Examines the structure of human hair and how the myriad of hair E,M 15 min. 1988 SHOW II: HAIR--THE treatments affect it. Finds out what makes hair straight or curly, what UNTOLD STORY colors hair, and how shampoo works. 2415 NOT ANOTHER SCIENCE Uses basic chemistry to discover how strong metals can become weak, E,M 15 min. 1988 SHOW II: HEAVY METAL and how steel rusts. Examines the atomic structure of manufactured metals, investigates the process of oxidation. 2410 NOT ANOTHER SCIENCE Visits hydrolectric plants, coal plants, and nuclear reactor plants to E,M 15 min. 1988 SHOW II: POWER TO THE discover how electrical power is generated, transmitted and distributed. PEOPLE Explains turbines, generators, volts, amps, and watts. 2407 NOT ANOTHER SCIENCE Examines the foot and how it has evolved in humans, and investigates E,M 15 min. 1988 SHOW II: SOMETHING foot problems and their causes. Shows the movements of the foot while WONDERFUL IS A FOOT walking, jumping and running. 2409 NOT ANOTHER SCIENCE Focuses on the microorganisms responsible for contaminating food and E,M 15 min. 1988 SHOW II: SPOILED ROTTEN shows how their growth can be prevented. Looks at mold, yeast, and bacteria, showing how they spread. 2406 NOT ANOTHER SCIENCE Investigates how sound waves are stored as grooves on a record, as E,M 15 min. 1988 SHOW II: TESTING 1-2-3 magnetic patterns on audio tape, and as zeros and ones on a compact digital disc. 2413 NOT ANOTHER SCIENCE Looks at the history of man-made timekeepers and how they operate. E,M 15 min. 1988 SHOW II: TIC TOCK Explains ancient sundials and water clocks, as well as innovative quartz and liquid crystal. 2408 NOT ANOTHER SCIENCE Looks at the workings of the internal combustion engine and the E,M 15 min. 1988 SHOW II: VROOM! properties of different types of fuel. Visits a crude oil refinery to discover how gasoline is made and what octane ratings mean. 2412 NOT ANOTHER SCIENCE Looks at the three R's--re-use, refuse, recycle-and how they can reduce E,M 15 min. 1988 SHOW II: WASTE NOT, the garbage we create. WANT NOT! 2416 NOT ANOTHER SCIENCE Takes a journey through the food groups, points out a way to get in E,M 15 min. 1988 SHOW II: YOU ARE WHAT shape without starving and shows that diet is as important as YOU EAT exercise. 6013 NOW HEAR THIS (THE A look at the complex ear; the provider of hearing and balance. E,M,H,A 25 min. 1995 BODY ATLAS SERIES) 2289 NOW YOU SEE ME, NOW Takes a close-up look at some of the wonderous ways insects defend E,M,H,A 20 min. 1986 YOU DON'T themselves against predators. 2804 NUCLEAR ENERGY: THE Highlights nuclear experts who tell their sides of the story and the pro E,M,H,A 26 min. 1981 QUESTION BEFORE US and con about nuclear energy. 2380 NUTRITION: EATING WELL Offers lively information on the importance of protein, minerals, E,M,H,A 25 min. 1987 carbohydrates, fat, fiber, and water in eating well. 6745 ON A BARREN ROCK: THE Whipped by winds clocked at 130 miles per hour and often shrouded by E,M,H 12 min. 1997 LIGHTHOUSE AT POINT deep fog, the rugged coast of Marin County has claimed more than 130 REYES ships since the first recorded maritime disaster in 1595. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 128 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 6378 ON BECOMING A SCIENTIST Focusing on the personal and professional lives of three young graduate E,M,H 15 min. 1995 students and a lab manager, this lively program seeks to dispel the misconception that all scientists and researchers are shy, quiet introverts. 3052 ONLY ONE EARTH: BIG Follows a young Soloman Island native who joins up with an American E,M,H,A 30 min. 1988 FISH, LITTLE FISH fishing ship that has become a threat to his native country's richest resource, the tuna industry. 3056 ONLY ONE EARTH: ROAD Explores the many ways in which man is slowly destroying the earth's E,M,H,A 30 min. 1988 TO RUIN environment. 3132 OUR CHANGING EARTH Using fossil evidence and plate tectonic theory to map prehistoric E,M,H 12 min. 1988 (REV) oceans and continents, the theory that the shape of continents has changed over geological time is discussed and supported. 235 OUR LIVING HERITAGE A National Park is an exciting place--the ruggedness, a beauty of P,E 30 min. 1975 animals, the water, and the land are wonders to admire. We find out what the balance of nature is all about...our heritage, preserved in National Parks. 6020 PART 10 - THREE OF A KIND The early learner is provided a look at how the animals in their world E 10 min. 1995 reproduce. 6021 PART 4 - UPS AND DOWNS Develops an understanding of the concepts of up and down. E 10 min. 1995 6022 PART 6 - ON REFLECTION A look at how we see things, mirrors, light and lenses. E 10 min. 1995 6023 PART 9 - SUNFLOWERS This program shows how a plant grows from a seed into a mature E 10 min. 1995 plant. 3709 PHYSICAL CHANGES ALL Observes 11 year old Julie as she observes and experiments with E,M 14 min. 1988 ABOUT US (2ND ED.) familiar physical changes: blowing up a balloon, making lemonade, sawing wood. 3615 PHYSICAL SCIENCE Explains through the use of animation and live-action experiments, the E,M,H 17 min. 1988 SERIES: ELECTRIC transfer of energy by electrical current and the concepts of voltage, CURRENTS AND CIRCUITS current, resistance, senses and parallel connections and power. 3617 PHYSICAL SCIENCE Develops the theory that all things are affected by energy, E,M,H 14 min. 1988 SERIES: HEAT AND transformations that generate heat and which transfer heat energy from ENERGY TRANSFER one place to another by conduction, convection and radiation. 3616 PHYSICAL SCIENCE Visually demonstrates how energy affects the properties of substances. E,M,H 17 min. 1988 SERIES: HEAT, Volume changes in state and the differences between heat and TEMPERATURE AND temperature are presented. Fahrenheit, Celsius and Kelvin scales are WATER clearly explained. 3613 PHYSICAL SCIENCE Demonstrates that all the colors we see depend on which of the wave E,M,H 13 min. 1988 SERIES: LIGHT, COLOR lengths of white light reaches our eyes. Students observe the principles AND THE VISIBLE of additive and subtractive color mixing. SPECTRUM 3611 PHYSICAL SCIENCE Examines musical instruments playing to illustrate the relationship E,M,H 14 min. 1988 SERIES: SOUND, ENERGY between the pitch, frequency, loudness and amplitude of sound waves AND WAVE MOTION and explains how and why sounds of the same pitch and loudness can differ in quality to give instruments their characteristic sound. 3612 PHYSICAL SCIENCE The behavior of static and current electricity is explored through E,M,H 16 min. 1988 SERIES: STATIC AND animation and live-action experiments which demonstrate the causes, CURRENT ELECTRICITY effects and applications of static charges and their relation to an electric current and a complete circuit. 6002 PLACES IN THE SEA This program provides views of several waterways and the animal E,M 15 min. 1994 populations of each. 3697 PLANETS (2ND ED.) Telescopic photographs, computer simulation and motion pictures from E,M,H 24 min. 1988 NASA space probe of Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Uranus and Saturn highlight this breathtaking look at our solar system. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 129 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 6638 PLANKTON: THE A comprehensive exploration of plankton and sub-plankton, including E,M 26 min. 1999 BREATHING SEA the most recent discoveries about this seminar life form and how they have altered our knowledge of the seas, of evolution, of weather patterns and the environment. 2798 PLANT OR ANIMAL Explores the differences, reproduction, nourishment, response to the P,E,M,H 15 min. 1986 environment of plants and animals. Introduces new animals and plants. 4934 PLATE TECTONICS This program looks at the plate tectonics of Earth's surface and some of E,M,H 18 min. 1995 the theories of this phenomenon. 882 POLLINATION Shows the reproductive parts of a flower and discusses the various E,M 23 min. methods of pollination. 2175 POLLINATION: THE INSECT Shows the remarkable relationships between flowering plants and their P,E,M,H 14 min. 1986 CONNECTION insect pollinators. 1333 PORTRAIT OF A WHALE Shows a lyrical look at the white whale, perhaps the rarest of the great E,M 12 min. 1986 whales. 2785 PORTRAIT OF A WHEAT Shows the full-time life of a family running a farm. P,E,M 15 min. 1985 FARMER 3035 POWERS OF TEN Presents a linear view of our universe from the human scale to the E,M,H,A 8 min. 1988 galaxies, then directly down to the nucleus of a carbon atom. 6565 PRAYING MANTIS The praying mantis is part of the family mantidae. Its fragile, stick-like E,M 11 min. 1997 appearance belies its surprising proficiency as a hunter. 1157 PREDATORS OF NORTH Shows a variety of North American animals that must kill to survive. E,M 12 min. AMERICA Teaches about the adaptations that aid predators in obtaining prey and the tremendous diversity among predators. 244 RACER THAT LOST HIS A fat race driver who keeps losing weight and his new bride who keeps E 30 min. 1974 EDGE stuffing herself with goodies learn why a healthy diet is for champions. 149 RAIN FOREST Visits rain forests of Costa Rica which has more than 100 inches of E,M,H,A 60 min. 1987 rainfall per year. Shows leaf-cutting ants; a basilisk lizard, howler monkeys and discusses the estimated five million different life forms in rain forests. 6721 REAL SCIENCE! 4: (1) Ice Age - A paleobiologist is a scientist who studies the remains of E,M 52 min. 1999 PROGRAM 1 - ICE AGE; ancient fossil specimens of past geological periods. Part of the PROGRAM 2 - WET AND Smithsonian collection. (2) Wet and Dry - A water resources engineer DRY performs tests on the water quality and content of the snow melt in the Sierra. 6726 REAL SCIENCE! 4: (11) Solar Exploration - See research performed at Arizona State E,M 58 min. 1999 PROGRAM 11-SOLAR University on projects such as the Mars Pathfinder and the Thermal EXPLORATION; PROGRAM Emission Spectrometer. (12) Nature's Predators - Career Focus: 12-NATURE'S PREDATORS Entomologist. In the Santa Catalina Mts. near Tucson, capture orb weaver spiders and watch an entomologist extract the venom back at the lab. 6727 REAL SCIENCE! 4: (13) Flight Deck -Career Focus: Instructor Pilot, Aero- space Engineer. E,M 27 min. 1999 PROGRAM 13-FLIGHT DECK Pilot flies sophisticated and deadly warplanes that are prepared to defend the US. in the event of war. He flies FA-18 Hornet aircraft on and off aircraft carriers that patrol the oceans. 6722 REAL SCIENCE! 4: (3) Talk to the Animals - Career Focus: Marin Biologist, Veterinarian. E,M 57 min. 1999 PROGRAM 3 - TALK TO THE Visit an animal care specialist at San Diego Sea World. Most jobs with ANIMALS; PROGRAM 4 - marine mammals are not as glamorous as they seem. (4) Food and FOOD AND FARM Farm - Career Focus: Agricultural Engineer, Nutritionist. Visit an agricultural engineer at UC Davis. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 130 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 6723 REAL SCIENCE! 4: (5) Birds of a Feather - Career Focus: Veterinarian, Wildlife Biologist. E,M 55 min. 1999 PROGRAM 5 - BIRDS OF A Visit the International Bird Rescue Center, Berkeley, CA. Oil spills in FEATHER; PROGRAM 6 - ocean waters can be very harmful to native bird populations. Wild birds ELECTRONIC EARS that come into contact with oil are rescued and rehabilitated. (6) Electronic Ears - Career Focus: Acoustical Research Engineer. Visit Bell Labs and learn about acoustics, the science of sound. 6724 REAL SCIENCE! 4: (7) Prehistoric Plants - Career Focus: Paleobotanist, Plant Ecologist. E,M 54 min. 1999 PROGRAM 7 - PREHISTORIC Visit the remote Bisti Badlands of New Mexico and learn about PLANTS; PROGRAM 8 - fossilized remains of ancient plants. (8) Tech Detectives - Career TECH DETECTIVES Focus: Environmental Biologist. Research involving catching and implanting sonar devices in Razorback Sucker fish in order to track and monitor their behavior. (Lake Mead) 6725 REAL SCIENCE! 4: (9) Bones - Career Focus: Marin Biologist. The Marine Mammal E,M 58 min. 1999 PROGRAM 9 - BONE); Laboratory in Los Angeles has one of the largest collections of whale PROGRAM 10 - MARINE and dolphin bones in the US. (10) Marine Adventures - Career Focus: ADVENTURES Wildlife Biologist. Banding birds, observing a sea lion colony or witnessing an attack on a seal by a Great White Shark are just some of the jobs of a marine biologist. (Farrallon Islands) 6728 REAL SCIENCE! 5: (1) Conversation close-up - Conservation and preservation are the E,M 46 min. 1999 PROGRAM 1- opening themes of the fifth season of Real Science! (2) It's a Wild Life - CONVERSATION CLOSE- Meet scientists who work on the wild side. First, off to Florida for a UP; PROGRAM 2-IT'S A hair-raising boat ride through the Everglades in search of diamondback WILD LIFE terrapin turtles; next hike through the Salinas Dunes of Central California in pursuit of black leg less lizards. 6733 REAL SCIENCE! 5: (11) Hiking to Work - Join a botanist to take a look at the reforestation E,M 56 min. 1999 PROGRAM 11 - HIKING TO and recovery of Mount St. Helens. (12) G-Force -Find out how science WORK; PROGRAM 12 - G- is changing the world of speed racing and increasing the speed, safety FORCE and optimum performance of race cars at Indianapolis Speedway. 6734 REAL SCIENCE! 5: (13) Floating Cities - Reporters set out on an oceangoing adventure E,M 26 min. 1999 PROGRAM 13 - FLOATING aboard the Navy's largest vessels. Discover how Naval air traffic CITIES controllers use science and engineering to guide supersonic jets in for landings on the USS Carl Vinson despite constantly changing weather conditions. 6731 REAL SCIENCE! 5: (7) Storm Patrol - Brave an El Nino storm in a high tech truck equipped E,M 54 min. 1999 PROGRAM 7 - STORM with a mobile Doppler weather radar and learn how meteorologists PATROL; PROGRAM 8 - A chart storms and make weather forecasts. (8) A Fish Tale - Find out FISH TALE what it's like to spend a day in the field with a marine biologist on the Monterey Coast to learn how giant tunas can swim more than 40 miles an hour. 6732 REAL SCIENCE! 5: (9) Powered Up - Step up to the launch pad at Vandenberg Air Force E,M 54 min. 1999 PROGRAM 9 - POWERED Base where a rocket crew prepares to launch an iridium satellite on a UP; PROGRAM 10 - FROM Delta Rocket. (10) From The Ground Up - Take an in-progress tour of THE GROUND UP the remodeling of the Oakland Coliseum Arena. Learn why the framework of construction starts with team work and planning. 6730 REAL SCIENCE! 5: (5) Rocks and Shocks - The science of shocks, rocks and gems. (6) E,M 54 min. 1999 PROGRAMS 5 & 6 - ROCKS Forest Through The Trees - New insights into trees - some of the oldest AND SHOCKS ; FOREST living things on earth. THROUGH TREES 6729 REAL SCIENCE: 5 These programs look at two aspects of Science: An exploration of past E,M 45 min. 99 PROGRAMS 3+4 and future generations. Can Science give athletes a competitive edge? 2351 RECYCLING Shows how to "make old things new" by recycling; paper, glass, E,M,H,A 15 min. 1986 aluminum, tin, and steel. 2384 REFLECTING ON THE MOON Brings the viewer up-to-date on the moon's composition, gravity, lack of E,M 15 min. 1987 atmosphere, orbit, phases, exploration, and effect on Earth. 247 RESCUE DOGS We go to the beautiful landscape of Switzerland to witness the training P,E 30 min. 1975 of St. Bernard dogs. This fascinating program shows why the dog is honored and revered by the Swiss. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 131 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 2768 RICHES FROM THE SEA States that for thousands of years people have harvested the sea's E,M,H,A 23 min. 1985 riches. Fishing is a major industry and aquaculture is an important new source of nutrition. 1988 RIVERS OF FIRE Shows the official documentation of the 1984 eruption of Mauna Loa, E,M,H,A 25 min. 1986 the world's largest volcano in eruption. 6046 RIVERS OF RUNNING A look at the many properties of rivers and how they re-shape the E,M,H 22 min. WATER land. 2775 ROBOTIC REVOLUTION Examines robots that "think" by analyzing information. Shows robots E,M,H,A 24 min. 1986 working in different industrial settings. 2171 ROCKS AND MINERALS: Follows a geologist exploring what the earth is made of. Performs E,M,H 15 min. 1986 THE HARD FACTS simple tests to identify minerals. 4118 ROCKS, MINERALS, AND Shows through a weekend homework assignment on rocks and minerals, E,M 17 min. 1986 FOSSILS the physical properties... color, streak, luster, hardness, density, cleavage and fracture of minerals. 1748 SAVE THE PANDA Follows scientists through the bamboo-forested mountain ranges of E,M,H,A 60 min. 1987 central China studying the elusive and endangered giant panda. 737 SCIENCE ALLIANCE: AIR Experiments show how air takes up space, what it is made of and how it E,M 15 min. 1984 can do work. 740 SCIENCE ALLIANCE: Discusses static and current electricity and who discovered it. E,M 15 min. 1984 ELECTRICITY 734 SCIENCE ALLIANCE: Shows how energy makes things move and the many ways it is E,M 15 min. 1984 ENERGY produced and stored. 736 SCIENCE ALLIANCE: HEAT Demonstrates that friction, chemical reactions, electrical energy and E,M 15 min. 1984 nuclear energy produce heat. 741 SCIENCE ALLIANCE: LIGHT Examines properties of light and how it travels in straight lines that can E,M 15 min. 1984 be redirected by reflection and refraction. 735 SCIENCE ALLIANCE: Demonstrates how machines, like the lever, wheel and axle, make work E,M 15 min. 1984 MACHINES easier. Explains what force is, how to measure it. 738 SCIENCE ALLIANCE: Demonstrates materials a magnet attracts; how to make your own E,M 15 min. 1984 MAGNETS magnet and electromagnet. Explains the law of magnetism. 733 SCIENCE ALLIANCE: Examines states of matter--solid, liquid and gases--and explores E,M 15 min. 1984 MATTER properties of matter including mass and volume. 739 SCIENCE ALLIANCE: Demonstrates that sound travels in waves; how gases, liquids and solids E,M 15 min. 1984 SOUND can be effective transmitters; and what an echo is. 742 SCIENCE ALLIANCE: Experiments with water in fruits and vegetables, simple distillation and E,M 15 min. 1984 WATER filtration methods and how water does work. 6469 SCIENCE FOR YOU: 1. Examines how plants adapt to their environments, forest management, E 15 min. 1995 WHY LEAVES, WHY acid rain and soil problems. NEEDLES? (PLANT ADAPTATIONS) 6478 SCIENCE FOR YOU: 10. Examines why the sky is blue, how cameras work and the use of E 15 min. 1995 WHAT COLOR IS AN APPLE infrared to identify pollution. AT NIGHT? 6479 SCIENCE FOR YOU: 11. Compares light and sound waves and explores thunder and lightning, E 15 min. 1995 WHAT'S AN ECHO? (SOUND) noise pollution and animal communication. 6480 SCIENCE FOR YOU: 12. Shows how to make a bathtub compass and examines navigation E 15 min. 1995 WHY DOES A COMPASS techniques and magnetic tape. POINT NORTH? Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 132 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 6481 SCIENCE FOR YOU: 13. Shows how electricity is used in batteries and explores alternative E 15 min. 1995 WHERE DOES energy sources. ELECTRICITY COME FROM? 6482 SCIENCE FOR YOU: 14. (Bubbles) - shows what bubbles and geospheres have in common and E 15 min. 1995 HOW DO INSECTS WALK how detergents help to save wildfowl after an oil spill. ON WATER? 6470 SCIENCE FOR YOU: 2. Looks at the ways animals camouflage themselves and adapt to their E 15 min. 1995 WHY DO ZEBRAS HAVE surroundings. STRIPES? 6471 SCIENCE FOR YOU: 3. Explores ecosystems, waste management and the role of forest fires. E 15 min. 1995 WHO NEEDS BUGS? (HABITATS) 6472 SCIENCE FOR YOU: 4. Demonstrates growing crystals and testing the consistency of rocks. E 15 min. 1995 WHEN IS A ROCK A Explores volcanoes, what rocks can tell us and the pros and cons of LIQUID? (ROCKS) mining. 6473 SCIENCE FOR YOU: 5. Illustrates the simple experiments that demonstrate the properties of salt E 15 min. 1995 WHY IS THE SEA SALTY water and fresh water. (OCEANS) 6474 SCIENCE FOR YOU: 6. Shows how air has mass and weight and explores pollution and E 15 min. 1995 HOW HEAVY IS AIR? (AIR) temperature inversions. 6475 SCIENCE FOR YOU: 7. Examines weather processes, weather forecasting and global E 15 min. 1995 HOW DO CLOUDS FLOAT? warming. 6476 SCIENCE FOR YOU: 8. Shows how gravity works and how the earth moves. Explores day and E 15 min. 1995 WHY DOES IT GET DARK? night, seasons and tides. (EARTH IN SPACE) 6477 SCIENCE FOR YOU: 9. Examines our dependence on energy and looks at solar- powered cars E 15 min. 1995 WHAT IS ENERGY? and wind farms as energy sources. (ENERGY CHANGES) 2909 SCIENCE PROJECTS FOR Presents over 40 experiments at various levels of difficulty. E,M,H 28 min. 1987 JUNIOR HIGH 2910 SCIENCE PROJECTS/FAIRS: Presented as a viable method for the sequential development of process P,E,M 40 min. 1987 TIPS FOR TEACHERS skills and the cultivation of each student's sense of identity and self- esteem. 2237 SCIENCE SKILLS SERIES #1-- This series examines the basic science skills that are essential to a E,M,H,A 16 min. 1986 OBSERVING, RECORDING, student to succeed in a secondary school science program. Examines MAPPING, GRAPHING observation and inference, graphs, manipulated and responding variables. 2238 SCIENCE SKILLS SERIES #2-- See Description in Program #1. Examines soil, manipulated variables, E,M,H,A 16 min. 1986 CONTROLLING responding variables, standard unit of measure, average measurement, VARIABLES, derived measurement, plants and chemicals. MEASUREMENT 2239 SCIENCE SKILLS SERIES #3-- See Description in Program #1. Examines characteristics of a E,M,H,A 16 min. 1986 DEFINING, CLASSIFYING, mineral. IDENTIFYING 2240 SCIENCE SKILLS SERIES #4-- See Description in Program #1. Examines pollution, tentative theory, E,M,H,A 16 min. 1986 INTERPRETING DATA, environment. TESTING HYPOTHESES 4251 SCIENCE WALK SERIES: Examines the home life of backyard insects revealing the details of a P,E 14 min. 1987 HABITATS wasp's nest, ant colony, a spider family and many others. Encourages a "hands on" approach to science. 4250 SCIENCE WALK SERIES: Examines the abundance of living things to be found in an ordinary P,E 14 min. 1987 SEEING THINGS back yard, the use of microphotography provides a close look at insects, animals and plant life. Encourages a "hands on" approach to science. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 133 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 2296 SEASON'S CHANGE Invites audience participation. Each season is accompanied by a song P,E 10 min. 1986 that is easy to sing along with, shows young children enjoying the change of seasons. 3730 SECOND VOYAGE OF THE The smugglers overhear the crew's conversation with the villagers about E,M 15 min. 1988 MIMI #10A--DISCOVERIES the location of "Site U," and plan to complete the removal of artifacts before the crew arrives. 3731 SECOND VOYAGE OF THE A tropical biologist discusses the earth's endangered rain forests on a E,M 15 min. 1988 MIMI #10B--UP A TREE tree limb 75 feet above the forest floor. 3732 SECOND VOYAGE OF THE The crew arrives at "Site U" and follows the looter's trail in the hopes of E,M 15 min. 1988 MIMI #11A--FOUND AND catching them and saving the stolen Maya treasure. LOST 3733 SECOND VOYAGE OF THE A continuing look at the fascinating work of a tropical biologist in the E,M 15 min. 1988 MIMI #11B--IN THE CANOPY rain forest. 3712 SECOND VOYAGE OF THE The Mimi is hired out for charter on short fishing trips out of Cozumel E,M 15 min. 1988 MIMI #1A--A CHARTER TO Island. C.T. and Captain Granville meet local archaeologists studying THE PAST the ancient Mayans. 3713 SECOND VOYAGE OF THE A visit to the National Disabled Ski Championship in Jackson Hole, E,M 15 min. 1988 MIMI #1B--IF I CAN DO Wyoming illustrates the strength and courage of disabled athletes. THIS... 3714 SECOND VOYAGE OF THE C.T. explores the tomb of Pascal and gets an explanation of E,M 15 min. 1988 MIMI #2A--A TOMB IN THE hieroglyphs. JUNGLE 3715 SECOND VOYAGE OF THE A tropical wind tunnel in Massachusetts allows study of the role of E,M 15 min. 1988 MIMI #2B--SWEATING IT sweat and blood in cooling the body during intense heat and OUT humidity. 3716 SECOND VOYAGE OF THE After observing a boat navigate a dangerous reef passage in the dark, E,M 15 min. 1988 MIMI #3A--LIGHT IN THE the Captain discovers the strategic location of an ancient temple. DARK 3717 SECOND VOYAGE OF THE The Old Royal Observatory in Greenwich, England instructs about the E,M 15 min. 1988 MIMI #3B--AS THE EARTH nature of time and time-keeping. TURNS 3718 SECOND VOYAGE OF THE Diving lessons include information about water pressure. Half of a large E,M 15 min. 1988 MIMI #4A--THE Maya monument is discovered on the ocean floor. UNDERWORLD 3719 SECOND VOYAGE OF THE Hyperbaric chambers simulate conditions deep under water, and E,M 15 min. 1988 MIMI #4B--THE scientists use them for various purposes. INCREDIBLE SHRINKING HEAD 3720 SECOND VOYAGE OF THE The other half of the stone Maya monument reveals a story of a Maya E,M 15 min. 1988 MIMI #5A--A STONE PUZZLE king, Chac Balam. 3721 SECOND VOYAGE OF THE Dr. Rolando Sanchez "descends" the equivalent of 100 feet below sea E,M 15 min. 1988 MIMI #5B--FEELING THE level in a hyperbaric chamber, explaining the various physical reactions PRESSURE that occur. 3722 SECOND VOYAGE OF THE After the anchor line to the Mimi is deliberately cut, the crew begins to E,M 15 min. 1988 MIMI #6A--CRACKING THE suspect looters are involved with "Site U." C.T. helps design a computer CODE program that converts numbers from Arabic to Maya. 3723 SECOND VOYAGE OF THE One of the leading interpreters of Mayan hieroglyphics demonstrates his E,M 15 min. 1988 MIMI #6B--WRITTEN IN methods for deciphering glyphs and shares an important recent STONE archaeological discovery. 3724 SECOND VOYAGE OF THE Some stolen Maya treasures are discovered hidden in the back room of a E,M 15 min. 1988 MIMI #7A--THE QUEST local curio shop. BEGINS Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 134 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 3725 SECOND VOYAGE OF THE Scientists at the Butser Ancient Farm in southern England are E,M 15 min. 1988 MIMI #7B--THE ANCIENT attempting to re-create the agricultural methods of Iron Age farmers. FARM 3726 SECOND VOYAGE OF THE The crew treks through the jungle in search of "Site U" using an ancient E,M 15 min. 1988 MIMI #8A--A ROAD TO Maya road. C.T. learns about the plants and animals of the jungle. DANGER 3727 SECOND VOYAGE OF THE University of Mexico scientists Dr. Alejandro Alagon studies venomous E,M 15 min. 1988 MIMI #8B--VENOM: A scorpions and Gila monsters. SCORPION TALE 3728 SECOND VOYAGE OF THE The people of a small Maya village treat the crew to a Maya feast as E,M 15 min. 1988 MIMI #9A--A FRIENDLY well as providing modern and ancient treatment for a scorpion sting. VILLAGE 3729 SECOND VOYAGE OF THE Modern scientists study ancient medicines, and an aged curandera E,M 15 min. 1988 MIMI #9B--CURANDERA (healer) gathers plants for her remedies, some of which were first used by her Aztec ancestors. 1203 SEE WHAT EARTH SCIENCE Condensed information of Earth Science. References and techniques to E,M 108 min. IS ALL ABOUT (4-6) teach Astronomy, Geology, Oceanography and Meteorology. 1202 SEE WHAT EARTH SCIENCE Condensed information and high technological reference to Astronomy, P,E 79 min. IS ALL ABOUT (K-3) Geology, Oceanography, and Meteorology. 1200 SEE WHAT PHYSICAL Describes activities of matter, mechanics, heat, light, sound, E,M 84 min. SCIENCE IS ALL ABOUT (4- magnetism, and electricity. 6) 1198 SEE WHAT PHYSICAL Describes activities of matter, mechanics, heat, light, sound, P,E 64 min. SCIENCE IS ALL ABOUT (K- magnetism, and electricity. 3) 6050 SEED DISPERSAL In this video we learn how the many types of seeds find passage to the E 11 min. soil where they take root. 6202 SEEDS AND SEASONS This program looks at reproduction and plant growing cycles. E 12 min. 1996 5093 SEEDS IN MOTION A look at how plants propagate their species. E 15 min. 1990 6096 SENSES All that we receive as information from our surroundings we 'sense' E 26 min. 1991 through our physical bodies. The early learner sees how we use these aspects of ourselves. 6014 SEX (THE BODY ATLAS This program looks at procreation - the elements and the results. E,M,H,A 25 min. 1995 SERIES) 1042 SIMPLE MACHINES: Highlights the distinction between stationary and moving inclined E,M 12 min. INCLINED PLANES (2ND ED) planes and demonstrates how the slope of an inclined plane affects the amount of force and its direction. 6051 SIMPLE MACHINES: A look at many different types of machinery and the types of uses they E,M 17 min. 1982 INCLINED PLANES AND serve. LEVERS 1040 SIMPLE MACHINES: Introduces the workings of a lever. Teaches that a lever can be any bar E,M 12 min. LEVERS (2ND ED) that tips back and forth on a point. 1041 SIMPLE MACHINES: A clever analogy clarifies how individual rope segments support part of E,M 12 min. PULLEYS (2ND ED) an object's weight, and how combinations of pulleys are brought together in a block and tackle. 1043 SIMPLE MACHINES: Shows how wheels and axles help reduce friction and how they are used E,M 12 min. WHEELS AND AXLES (2ND to make work easier. ED) 1044 SIMPLE MACHINES: Explains that the lever, pulley, inclined plane, wheel and axle are E,M 12 min. WORKING TOGETHER simple machines and the basic building blocks of mechanical devices. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 135 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 6015 SKIN (THE BODY ATLAS The human skin is a work of art. It not only contains the rest of our E,M,H,A 25 min. 1995 SERIES) valuable parts but works on its own to keep us alive. 6386 SLEEP - WONDER WHY? "Get a good night's sleep." "Pleasant dreams." "You need to rest." E,M,H 26 min. 1991 SERIES (CLOSED We've all heard these words - but what is so important about sleep? CAPTIONED) What happens when we sleep? Why do we dream? What are dreams? Richard Zurawski guides us in an exploration of all these questions. 971 SNAKE: VILLAIN OR Explores many of the misconceptions surrounding snakes, examines the E,M,H 24 min. VICTIM? possibility of keeping snakes as pets, and notes the latest medical uses for snake venom. 264 SO LITTLE TIME A beautiful look at migratory wildlife. The urgency of the survival of P,E 30 min. 1975 this life form provides the subject of a most timely program. 2879 SOIL & WATER: A LIVING Follows children in a nature camp who learn all about the life forms that E,M 16 min. 1986 WORLD live in soil and water. 6263 SOLAR ACTIVITY With the help of a few simple experiments, this program explains the E,M 20 min. 1990 nature of the sun's surface and atmosphere. 3129 SOLAR SYSTEM: AN Uses simulations to trace the evolution of our solar system, its P,E 12 min. 1988 INTRODUCTION gravitational forces, its structure, and its distances between individual planets and the sun. 2382 SOLID, LIQUID, GAS Illustrates basic concepts about the properties of matter as children E,M 15 min. 1987 experiment with everyday materials in their environment. 6099 SPACE Just beyond the earth is outer space, a vast area where there are stars, E 26 min. 1990 planets, and galaxies. A look at this area and the astronauts. 2161 SPACES: Profiles Raquel White, a Cuban-American telecommunications E,M,H 30 min. 1986 COMMUNICATIONS engineer, and Dr. George Campbell, a black physicist. 2159 SPACES: ECOLOGY Profiles Dr. Margaret Collins, a black entomologist, and Dr. Eloy E,M,H,A 30 min. 1986 Rodriquez, a Mexican-American plant chemist. 2160 SPACES: ENERGY Profiles Virginia Sweeny, a native American geological engineer, and E,M,H,A 30 min. 1986 Dr. Miguel Rios, a Mexican-American solar scientist. 2156 SPACES: SPACE Profiles Dr. Patricia Cowings, a black psycho-physiologist, and Dr. E,M,H,A 30 min. 1986 Franklin Chang, an Hispanic astronaut. 2157 SPACES: THE BODY Profiles Dr. Lidia Villa-Kamaroff, a Mexican-American molecular E,M,H,A 30 min. 1986 biologist, and Dr. Allen Counter, a black neurobiologist. 4065 SPACEWATCH SERIES: A Illustrates finding your way among the stars with the help of Orion the E,M 12 min. 1987 BEGINNER'S GUIDE TO THE Hunter. Depicts the stars and constellations of the northern winter sky CONSTELLATIONS through the use of computer animation. Looks at some of the brightest stars. 4066 SPACEWATCH SERIES: Defines and depicts the Big Bang Theory, the formation of the Milky E,M 10 min. 1987 FOUNDATION OF THE Way, the sun and the planets. Uses satellite footage to compare and SOLAR SYSTEM contrast Mercury and Venus. Computer animation is used as well as film footage. 4067 SPACEWATCH SERIES: Surveys man's exploration of space, from the first man in space in 1961 E,M 11 min. 1987 JOURNEY INTO SPACE: to the first step on the moon in 1969. Includes actual news footage of SPUTNIK TO SPACE space missions. SHUTTLE 1738 SPRING IN NATURE Illustrates the changes which occur in plants and animals during P,E 14 min. Spring. 3153 SPRING: NATURE'S SIGHTS Celebrates the coming of spring as seen through the rebirth of wild P,E,M,H 26 min. 1988 AND SOUNDS plants and wildflowers, but mostly through the rebirth of new animals young viewers can identify. 4080 STAR RECOGNITION: A Locates and identifies with the aid of vibrant graphics, season by E,M,H,A 33 min. 1985 GRAPHIC GUIDE TO THE season, the most important constellations in our night sky as viewed HEAVENS from mid-latitudes of the Northern Hemisphere. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 136 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 6528 STARS: LIKE A BILLION Animated graphics show the life cycle of the star and cover the key E,M,H 14 min. 1997 TINY SUNS characteristics of stars. Answers many questions about stars. 2089 START HERE: AIR AT WORK Explains that when air moves it creates varying forces. Experiments that E,M 15 min. 1986 demonstrate the theory of flight, creation of weather patterns, and much more. 2088 START HERE: BUILD YOUR Explains that all known machines are combinations of three simple E,M 15 min. 1986 OWN MACHINES principles. Experiments that show how and why these principles work, and their construction. 2087 START HERE: JUMPING Explains that energy in heat may be used to demonstrate many E,M 15 min. 1986 MOLECULES fundamentals of physics. Tells about temperature and includes experiments with everyday home items. 2084 START HERE: MAKE A Tells what sound is; why some sounds are musical; how to experiment E,M 15 min. 1986 NOISE with vibrations. 2081 START HERE: MIX A Explains why materials bend, stretch and break. Demonstrates the E,M 15 min. 1986 MATERIAL behavior of molecular lattices in everyday substances from chocolate fudge to rubber balloons. 2085 START HERE: QUICK AS Shows that nothing travels faster than light. Experiments which explain E,M 15 min. 1986 LIGHT wave length and color. 2086 START HERE: STOP AND GO Shows experiments that depict how objects behave when subjected to E,M 15 min. 1986 inertia, action, reaction, both on Earth and in deep space. 2090 START HERE: THE Shows experiments involving the largest magnet-the Earth itself! E,M 15 min. 1986 AMAZING MAGNET 2080 START HERE: THE Shows safe experiments that demonstrate the nature and properties of E,M 15 min. 1986 ELECTRIC UNIVERSE electricity. 2082 START HERE: THE Shows experiments that explain and demonstrate the huge forces E,M 15 min. 1986 FANTASTIC POWER OF AIR exerted by the air pressure around us. 2083 START HERE: THE Shows how gravity and friction determine how everything on Earth E,M 15 min. 1986 INVISIBLE FORCE behaves during movement. Experiments designed to reveal the nature of forces acting upon us. 2079 START HERE: THE LIQUID Illustrates the difference between liquids and solids. Experiments that E,M 15 min. 1986 SHOW demonstrate the remarkable properties of ordinary liquids found in the home. 3546 STORMS In this memorable introduction to meteorology, live action, original P,E 14 min. 1988 graphic animation and classic clips from Bambi, Fantasia, The Old Mill and The Little Whirlwind, teaches the basic forces of weather, and demonstrates safety measures to follow when outdoors in a storm. 6101 STORMS This program looks at weather and the causes of the elements and E 26 min. 1992 explains to young learners how they work. 272 STRANGE AND UNUSUAL The cassowary, bats, loris, sloth, chameleon, leaf frog, aardvark, P,E 30 min. 1975 ANIMALS armadillo, echidna, kangaroo, duckbill platypus, Koala bear, and others are looked at and studied in this unusual film. 6024 SUCCESSION (PRESQUE This program provides a look at a forest in the making. From the grains E,M,H 24 min. 1993 ISLE) of sand on the shore and the addition of seeds and time. 1739 SUMMER IN NATURE Illustrates the changes which occur in plants and animals during P,E 14 min. summer. 2882 SUN POWER Shows an unforgettable animated lesson on solar energy. E,M 13 min. 1986 6239 SURFACE WATER A comprehensive look at oceans, lakes, rivers, streams, and wetlands E,M 10 min. 1989 and the types of pollution that each are receiving in today's world. 430 SURVIVING THE BIG ONE: Shows survivial and preparation before, during, and after a major E,M,H,A 58 min. 1989 HOW TO PREPARE FOR A earthquake. Discusses first aid training, emergency supplies, equipment MAJOR EARTHQUAKE and procedures. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 137 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 1334 TADPOLES AND FROGS Shows a close-up of the transformation of a tadpole into a frog and P,E 12 min. 1986 highlights each stage of development. 2701 TAKE A LOOK: BIRDS Examines the special shapes of birds' beaks and how they suit birds' P,E 10 min. 1988 diets. 2705 TAKE A LOOK: BOATS Uses simple backyard experiments to show why some objects float and P,E 10 min. 1988 some sink. 2710 TAKE A LOOK: CRYSTALS Takes a close look at the shapes of some common crystals and shows P,E,M 10 min. 1988 how to make sugar crystals. 2700 TAKE A LOOK: EGGS Takes a close look inside eggs to identify the parts and their P,E 10 min. 1988 functions. 2715 TAKE A LOOK: ENERGY Shows the basic principles of energy, the different forms it can take, and P,E 10 min. 1988 how energy is found everywhere. 2702 TAKE A LOOK: FLIGHT Tells about birds' bones, feathers, and wings and how they are designed P,E 10 min. 1988 for flight. 2697 TAKE A LOOK: FLOWERS Looks at a flower's role in creating new plants. P,E 10 min. 1988 AND SEEDS 2711 TAKE A LOOK: FOSSILS Studies fossils and how they were made, and uses fossils to provide P,E,M 10 min. 1988 clues to the Earth's history. 2698 TAKE A LOOK: GROWING Shows how seeds travel to new places, shows plants that grow without P,E 10 min. 1988 THINGS seeds. 2706 TAKE A LOOK: MIXTURES Shows the difference between two types of mixtures, suspension and P,E 10 min. 1988 solution, and ways to experiment with them at home. 2696 TAKE A LOOK: PLANTS Shows the four parts of a plant and their functions. P,E 10 min. 1985 2704 TAKE A LOOK: Mixes fun and science while discussing gravity and balance points at P,E 10 min. 1988 PLAYGROUND SCIENCE the playground. 2713 TAKE A LOOK: RAIN Explains why the water cycle is important for all living things. P,E 10 min. 1988 2709 TAKE A LOOK: ROCKS Identifies sedementary, metamorphic, and igneous rocks and their P,E,M 10 min. 1988 origins. 2703 TAKE A LOOK: SEASONS Visits a marsh on a summer morning and on a winter day to show the P,E 10 min. 1988 changes that the seasons bring. 2707 TAKE A LOOK: SUN AND Talks about the sun and its relationship to other stars, and the sun's P,E 10 min. 1988 OTHER STARS effects on the earth. 2708 TAKE A LOOK: THE MOON Studies the four phases of the moon and shows a calendar to chart the P,E 10 min. 1988 moon's progress. 2714 TAKE A LOOK: WASTE Examines how things decay and emphasizes the value of recycling. P,E 10 min. 1988 2712 TAKE A LOOK: WIND Examines how the wind creates weather and explains how storms can P,E,M 10 min. 1988 start. 6016 TASTE AND SMELL (THE This program looks at our perception of taste and smell and how these E,M,H,A 25 min. 1995 BODY ATLAS SERIES) both work together to show us what the food we consume is offering to us. 6056 TECHNOLOGY AND THE This program looks at modern technology with the use of computer E,M,H,A 12 min. DESKTOP graphics. 6058 TECHNOLOGY AT HOME A look at some of the current items that we find at home, the satellite E,M,H,A 17 min. 1995 dish, remote controls and microwaves. 6059 TECHNOLOGY AT PLAY A look at some of the new technologies, touch screen computers, digital E,M,H,A 12 min. 1995 tape players and video games. 6060 TECHNOLOGY AT WORK A look a today's office reveals the current technology; the computer, the E,M,H,A 12 min. 1995 fax machine and digital cameras. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 138 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 6752 TEMPERATUE, PRESSURE, Explains air pressure and how it is measured using a barometer, E,M 14 min. 1992 AND HUMINITY humidity and the hygrometer, saturation point. and dew point, and condensation; forms or precipitation, including rain, sleet, hall, and snow; and types of clouds nimbus, cirrus, cumulus, and stratus. 4003 THE ATMOSPHERE IN Describes the influence of the sun, the earth's rotation and even human E,M,H,A 14 min. 1987 MOTION (REV) habitation on the motion of the atmosphere. Includes attention to recent changes in the ozone layer and its influence on life on earth. 962 THE BEHAVIOR OF MATTER Demonstrates evidence of chemical changes by simple experiments and E 15 min. illustrations of commonly occurring physical phenomena. Introduces the molecular theory. 6005 THE BRAIN (THE BODY Compared to the rest of the animal world the human brain is our best E,M,H,A 25 min. 1995 ATLAS SERIES) developed organ. 1367 THE BUSINESS OF HUNGER Examines the major causes of world hunger in Latin America, Africa, E,M,H,A 28 min. 1985 Asia and the U.S.A. Proposes a more just distribution of the earth's resources, offering a vision of a world where all have enough to eat. 474 THE CAT TO KEEP Covers the care and feeding of cats and other aspects of cat ownership. P,E 11 min. 1973 Includes possibility of having cats altered. 2915 THE EARTH EXPLORED #1-- Illustrates how geologists reconstruct the history of an area. E,M,H,A 30 min. 1985 SIR JAMES HUTTON 2924 THE EARTH EXPLORED Follows geologists who piece together the 250 million year history of E,M,H,A 30 min. 1985 #10--REEFS: PAST & the Capitan Reef in Texas. PRESENT 2925 THE EARTH EXPLORED Uses animation to show how mountain building occurs. E,M,H,A 30 min. 1985 #11--PLATE TECTONICS 2926 THE EARTH EXPLORED Provides dramatic examples of structual geology, mountain building E,M,H,A 30 min. 1985 #12--THE ALPS, PART I and probable plate motion. 2927 THE EARTH EXPLORED Focuses on the Pennine region of the Alps. E,M,H,A 30 min. 1985 #13--THE ALPS, PART 2 2928 THE EARTH EXPLORED Uses microscopic photography to demonstrate how plant life in E,M,H,A 30 min. 1985 #14--FROM SWAMPS TO Okefenokee Swamp can result in energy--coal. COAL 2916 THE EARTH EXPLORED #2-- Explores the science of paleontology, the study of fossils. E,M,H,A 30 min. 1985 FORM, FUNCTION OF FOSSILS 2918 THE EARTH EXPLORED #4-- Visits the volcanoes of Surtsey, Heimay and St. Helens. E,M,H,A 30 min. 1985 INSIDE VOLCANOES 2919 THE EARTH EXPLORED #5-- Covers various sampling and observation techniques for the E,M,H,A 30 min. 1985 SANDSTONE SECRETS interpretation of sediments. 2920 THE EARTH EXPLORED #6-- Takes a spectacular hydrology field trip to the canyonlands of Utah and E,M,H,A 30 min. 1985 WATER:CUTTING EDGE the Arkansas River. WITH TIME 2921 THE EARTH EXPLORED #7-- Explores below the earth's structure to tap geothermal sources. E,M,H,A 30 min. 1985 GEOTHERMAL ENERGY 2922 THE EARTH EXPLORED #8-- Examines the conditions for the formation of glaciers. E,M,H,A 30 min. 1985 GLACIERS 3636 THE EARTH SERIES: Discusses the continuous changes that modify the earth's surface as heat E,M,H 14 min. 1988 CHANGES IN ITS SURFACE and pressure, generated in the molten core, produce forces that tend to (REV.) build up the surface and winds, rain and ocean currents erode the crust. 3637 THE EARTH SERIES: Discusses the four principles of supposition, uniformity of process, E,M,H 15 min. 1988 DISCOVERING ITS HISTORY fossil correlation and radioactive carbon dating used by scientists to expand our knowledge of the earth's history. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 139 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 3638 THE EARTH SERIES: ITS Introduces students to the way scientists study this protective covering E,M,H 9 min. 1988 ATMOSPHERE of our planet and raises questions about the ozone layer, the greenhouse effect, pollution and the full effect of solar activity on the weather. 3639 THE EARTH SERIES: ITS In a floating ocean-going laboratory, in a tide pool, in an airplane E,M,H 14 min. 1988 OCEANS tracking the Gulf Stream and by means of photographing hydrothermal vents, oceanographers study oceans to determine how they are affected by weather and climate and what vast resources they can offer man. 3640 THE EARTH SERIES: ITS Demonstrates how geologists study volcanic eruptions, earthquake E,M,H 10 min 1988 STRUCTURE behavior and surface features to determine the earth's structure. Uses animation to illustrate the core, mantle and crusts. Examples are provided to explain the three types of rock crystal. 3641 THE EARTH SERIES: ITS Using time-lapsed speed, this film shows cumulus clouds dissolving E,M,H 11 min 1988 WATER CYCLE into water vapor. Demonstrates how ice crystals grow, as well as how the evaporation-condensation- precipitation concept underlies the water cycle of the earth. 3642 THE EARTH SERIES: Discusses the outer layer of our planet as providing the limited and E,M,H 10 min 1988 RESOURCES IN ITS CRUST unrenewable resources for our highly technological society. Presents a broad overview of the mining, processing and utilization of a variety of metals and non-metals used today. 189 THE FLIM FLAM MAN Fad diets and quick diets...what additives are and why..natural foods. A E 30 min. 1974 culprit is foiled by Wilbur Dooright when he tries to sell fad diets and food pills to the "MULLIGAN STEWS". The mission has intrigue and physical competition, as the far-out diets are proven taboos and lose out. 6240 THE FOOD CHAIN Beginning with algae and ending with human beings, this light-hearted E 20 min. 1993 animated program illustrates how each part of the food chain depends on and nourishes other parts. 6008 THE FOOD MACHINE (THE This program looks at the digestive processes. E,M,H,A 25 min. 1995 BODY ATLAS SERIES) 190 THE FOREST This program vividly depicts the destruction and terror of a forest fire. P,E 30 min. 1975 But, even more, it shows us the beauty of the forest, the trees, the inhabitants. 2374 THE FOUR SEASONS: Follows the changes of spring: birds return, snow begins to melt, longer P,E 15 min. 1987 SPRING days, spring vegetation, farmers sow their fields, animals awaken from hibernation. 2373 THE FOUR SEASONS: Follows the changes of summer: warm sunshine, longer days, forest P,E 15 min. 1987 SUMMER turns green, bees collect pollen and nectar, birds feed their young, caterpillars turn into butterflies. 2372 THE FOUR SEASONS: Follows the changes of winter: animals hibernate, owls and foxes P,E 15 min. 1987 WINTER hunting, farm animals moved into the barn, birds at bird feeders. 1128 THE FRESH WATER POND Explains how different types of locomotion, feeding, and adaptations E,M,H 17 min. 1985 (2ND ED) enable things, large and small, to live in the pond. Shows how seasonal changes affect the pond's ecosystem. 195 THE GREAT NUTRITION The four food groups...the basic nutrients...what food does. Tackles a E 30 min. 1974 TURN ON "Mission: Impossible"--waking up a sleeping town's residents, including moms and dads, firemen, and a cow too tired to give milk. (From Mulligan Stew series). 6116 THE GREAT SPACE RACE: This program discusses our universe and space travel. E,M 59 min. UNLOCKING THE UNIVERSE 951 THE HOUSEFLY (3RD ED.) Examines this highly complex and sometimes dangerous insect, capable E,M,H 16 min. of transmitting deadly disease. Shows unique flight and feeding mechanism and life cycle of the housefly. 6010 THE HUMAN PUMP (THE A look at the human heart and the trip that blood takes through the E,M,H,A 25 min. 1995 BODY ATLAS SERIES) human body and back to the heart. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 140 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 1583 THE INCREDIBLE HUMAN Explores the fascinating, microscopic universe that exists within all of E,M,H,A 60 min. 1987 MACHINE us. Uses sophisticated photographic techniques to discover our internal world. 6029 THE INTERTIDAL ZONE The intertidal zone is a place of great beauty and diversity; it is a highly E,M,H,A 17 min. 1996 productive environment food for humans and animals and a look at the health of our wetlands. 213 THE LAST SALT MAKER The harvesting of salt from evaporation ponds in Alameda County is E,M,H,A 25 min. 1979 illustrated through a tour of the Oliver Brothers Salt Company in Hayward, discussions with the owner, and flashbacks to the early days of salt production in the Bay Area. 3694 THE MOON AND HOW IT Information about the Moon's physical characteristics, its phases and its E,M,H 15 min. 1988 AFFECTS US (2ND ED.) effect on the earth are seen in the context of spectacular NASA footage of the Apollo 17 mission to the Moon, astronauts riding the Lunar Rover and setting up experiments on the Moon while scientists on earth examine Moon samples. 6049 THE MOSQUITO: A BITE This video uses animated and live-action footage to present a slightly E,M,H 29 min. FOR SURVIVAL sympathetic picture of the mosquito, perceived as the vampire of the insect world. 6947 THE RESTLESS SEA This version of a Disney classic adds facinating facts on global plate E,M,H 36 min. 1979 tectonics to information about origins of the seas, their chemical composition, the effect on plant of animal life that the ocean create. 141 THE RIGHT WHALE: AN Takes you to southern Argentina where you will join zoologist Roger P,E,M,H 24 min. 1987 ENDANGERED SPECIES Payne, and his family as they study the southern whale. 6647 THE SECRET OF THE Children take a field trip to a pond to investigate the plant and animal E 12 min. 1990 POND (LIFE HABITATS) life and learn about food chains and plant growth requirements. 620 THE SHARKS This film addresses humankind's fear and hatred of sharks and offers P,E,M,H,A 59 min. 1982 facts--about the shark's anatomy, behavior, and vulnerability to people, by observing sharks around the world. 4472 THE SOURCES AND USES Explains that we make heat by burning fuels such as wood, coal, and E,M 11 min. 1988 OF HEAT oil. Shows that heat is essential for life. Discusses the sources of heat that cause pollution and those that don't. Provides directions for classroom experiments. 6692 THE STORY OF THE A look at the eco-systems in the woods. E 15 min. 98 WOODLAND STREAM (LIFE HABITATS-1) 2039 THE UNIVERSE Shows travel billions of years through time as the universe evolves from E,M,H,A 30 min. 1986 one primordial mass into the stars and galaxies we see today. Examines pulsars, quasars, black holes, solar wind, and supernova. Close-up look at the sun. 2040 THE VOYAGER MISSIONS Features a million mile journey to the giant planets Jupiter and E,M,H,A 30 min. 1986 TO JUPITER AND SATURN Saturn. 6288 THE WETLANDS This program looks at the importance of wetlands in our survival and E,M 13 min. 1990 the need to protect them for our future. 4520 THE WORLD OF PLANT Shows how all living things depend on one another for food and shelter. P,E 13 min. 1981 AND ANIMAL Close-up photography invites viewers to explore several different types COMMUNITIES of communities, to see how plants and animals adapt. 6225 THE WORLD OF PROTOZOA Life forms don't have to be complex to be beautiful and fascinating - E,M,H 18 min. 1991 that fact is clearly conveyed by this program. 6667 THEMATIC BLOCK THEME: Minds on Science - Motion. Vectors - Applying Forces. Starfinder - E,M 60 min. 1999 FORCE AND MOTION Laws of Motion. Starfinder - Orbital Motion. 6673 THEMATIC BLOCK Minds of Science - Sound Wordscape - Words of Music Futures with E 60 min. 1999 THEME: SOUND Jaime Escalante - Sound Engineering. 6657 THEMATIC BLOCK THEME: Take a Look, Flight. Take a Look Wind. Take a Look, Air Pressure. 3- P,E 60 min. 1999 AIR 2-1 Classroom Contact - Air is There. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 141 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 6669 THEMATIC BLOCK THEME: Let's Explore Air with Slim Goodbody. Outside Story with Slim P,E 60 min.. 1999 AIR Goodbody - Air We Share. Take a Look 2, Air Pressure. 3-2-1 Classroom Contact - Air is There. 6656 THEMATIC BLOCK THEME: 3-2-1 Classroom Contact - Training Animals. Discovering Pets - Willie P,E 60 min. 1999 ANIMALS-B Wants A Pet. Futures with Jaime Escalante I- Animal Care. The Magic Place - Farm Animals. 6668 THEMATIC BLOCK THEME: World of Nature 2 - Operation Burrowing Owl. Saving the Ferruginous P,E 60 min. 1999 BIRDS - B Hawks. Take a Look, Eggs. 6670 THEMATIC BLOCK THEME: Science for Your - Where Does Electricity Come From? Take a Look, P,E 60 min. 1999 ELECTRICITY Electricity, 3-2-1 Classroom Contact The Shocking Truth: Electricity 3- 2-1 Classroom Contact - More Power To You: Generating Electricity 6661 THEMATIC BLOCK THEME: Minds on Science - Nuclear Energy. The Human Community - Nuclear E 60 min. 1999 ENERGY Energy. Future with Jaime Escalante - Environment Science and (MIDDLE SCHOOL) Technology. 6666 THEMATIC BLOCK THEME: Futures with Jaime Escalante - Renewable Energy. Human E,M 60 min. 1999 ENERGY B Community - Future Energy Demands. (Middle School) 6660 THEMATIC BLOCK THEME: 3-2-1 Classroom Contact - Play Ball. Community of Living Things - E,M 60 min. 1999 ENERGY C Energy Origins. Take a Look 2 - Friction. Community of Living Things - Energy Distribution. 6676 THEMATIC BLOCK THEME: Take a Look, Energy. Science for You - What is Energy? Take a Look P,E 60 min. 1999 ENERGY/HEAT 2, Heat. Minds on Science - Nuclear Energy. 6659 THEMATIC BLOCK THEME: Future with Jaime Escalante - Automotive Design. Vectors - Follow E,M 60 min. 1999 FORCES (HIGH SCHOOL) That Arrow. Vectors - Force. 6658 THEMATIC BLOCK THEME: What's in the News! Space - Gravity: A force of nature. Minds on E 60 min. 1999 GRAVITY Science - Gravity. Eat Well, Be Well - Exercise. 6662 THEMATIC BLOCK THEME: Science is Elementary - Let's Explore Tools and Work. 3-2-1 Classroom P,E 60 min. 1999 PHYSICAL SCIENCE Contact - Play Ball. 3-2-1 Classroom Contact - Measuring G's. 3-2-1 Classroom Contact - Getting a Grin. 6663 THEMATIC BLOCK THEME: What's In the News - Hurricanes. Science is Elementary - Let's Explore P,E 60 min. 1999 WATER B (K-2) Water. The Outside Story with Slim Goodbody - Our Water World. Take a Look, Rain. 6655 THEMATIC BLOCK THEME: How Do Clouds Float? Take a look at rain. Let's explore weather and P,E 60min. 1998 WEATHER seasons. Take a look at wind. Take a look at air pressure. 6654 THEMATIC BLOCK THEME: In Celebration of America's wildlife P,E 60 min. 1999 ANIMALS 6675 THEMATIC BLOCK THEME: Let's Explore Light and Shadows. Science for You - What Color is an P,E 60 min. 1999 LIGHT Apple at Night? Take a Look, Energy. Classroom Contact - Living Color. 6671 THEMATIC BLOCK THEME: Science is Elementary - Let's Explore Magnets. Science of Your - Why P,E 60 min. 1999 MAGNETS Does a Compass Point North? Science for You - What is Energy. Take a Look 2, Magnets. 6672 THEMATIC THEME: Take a Look, Flowers and Seeds. Take a Look, Growing Things. Take a P,E 60 min. 1999 GROWING THINGS Look, Trees. World of Nature 2 - Nature's Foresters. World of Nature 2 - Australia's Surviving Down Under. 6203 THREATENED WATERS Polluted rain and snow are turning living waters into dying lakes and E,M,H 19 min. 1988 streams. 1218 TIME AFTER TIME Introduces children to the concept of time. Explains how we use the sun P,E 15 min. and the moon to measure days, months, the seasons and years. 3064 TIME TRAVELERS GUIDE Combination of science fiction and science fact, blends animation and E,M,H,A 27 min. 1987 TO ENERGY live action in tracing historical persistence of human ingenuity in harnessing various sources of energy (coal, wind, natural gas, solar, and nuclear). Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 142 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 277 TO CARE IS TO LOVE Filmed in the beautiful rolling hills and ranch land of the west, this film P,E 30 min. 1975 features a professional horse breeder and trainer and his daughter. The story follows the day in which those who bred and trained the horse must sell it. 282 TRAINING YOUR DOG It is often said that dog is man's best friend--if he is an obedient friend. P,E 30 min. 1975 A well-behaved dog is necessary in today's society. An obedient animal makes a good pet, a good companion, a good working dog, and a good citizen. 6035 UNSEEN WILDERNESS A look at the following three programs: The Presidio; The Bug Guy; E,M 26 min. and Witness. 1696 UP CLOSE AND NATURAL: Explains the concepts of predator and introduces earthworms and P,E 15 min. 1986 ANIMALS WITHOUT spiders. BACKBONES 1698 UP CLOSE AND NATURAL: Opens with a rowboat ride on Squam Lake. Looks at scales, gills and P,E 15 min. 1986 FISH fins of various fish. Visits the New England Aquarium. 1699 UP CLOSE AND NATURAL: Describes amphibians that live part of their lives on land and part in P,E 15 min. 1986 FROGS, TOADS AND water. SALAMANDERS 1708 UP CLOSE AND NATURAL: Features the kestrel, a swift bird of prey, woodchuck, a kit fox, and a P,E 15 min. 1986 IN THE FIELD skunk. 1697 UP CLOSE AND NATURAL: Explains how to identify an insect, an important link in the ecological P,E 15 min. 1986 INSECTS chain, and the life cycle of a monarch butterfly. 1695 UP CLOSE AND NATURAL: Introduces the Science Center. Shows differences between living and P,E 15 min. 1986 INTRODUCTION non-living things. Examines a dragonfly and fossil. 1705 UP CLOSE AND NATURAL: Shows forest layers, where animals live in the Winter. Visits Boston's P,E 15 min. 1986 LIFE IN THE WINTER Science Museum. FOREST 1703 UP CLOSE AND NATURAL: Explains special characteristics of mammals, a baby raccoon and two P,E 15 min. 1986 MAMMALS newly born fawns. 1707 UP CLOSE AND NATURAL: Shows marsh dwellers: ducks, muskrats, blue herons. Marshes and P,E 15 min. 1986 MARSH AND SWAMP swamps are compared. Visits a beaver dam. Examines a food chain. 1709 UP CLOSE AND NATURAL: Explains how to be a backyard naturalist. Shows millipedes, bees, P,E 15 min. 1986 OUTSIDE YOUR DOOR spiders, centipedes and birds. 1701 UP CLOSE AND NATURAL: Describes snakes, characteristics such as dry scaly skin, scutes, scales, P,E 15 min. 1986 SNAKES and fangs. 1706 UP CLOSE AND NATURAL: Illustrates springtime that brings new life to the pond. Points out frogs, P,E 15 min. 1986 THE POND crayfish, minnows and other animals that live on the pond's surface. 1700 UP CLOSE AND NATURAL: Depicts different kinds of turtles and looks at a turtle's skelton. P,E 15 min. 1986 TURTLES 1702 UP CLOSE AND NATURAL: Describes the great horned owl, and a canoe trip to a Blue Heron P,E 15 min. 1986 WHAT IS A BIRD? rookery. 1704 UP CLOSE AND NATURAL: Shows how animals survive winter using camouflage and P,E 15 min. 1986 WINTER OF SQUAM LAKE hibernation. 541 UP THE DOWN STREAM This tape shows the 4-year life cycle of the Pacific king salmon. It E,M 12 min. 1977 shows the effects of dams and reservoirs which block natural spawning stream areas, and the counter-measures which include fish ladders and hatcheries. 3547 USING SIMPLE MACHINES Illustrates the various kinds of simple machines (levers, pulleys, P,E 14 min. 1988 inclined planes), discusses their functions and shows their practical uses in the context of daily life. Students build a Rube Goldberg type contraption utilizing the principles of simple machines. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 143 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 6017 VISUAL REALITY (THE A look at human sight and the relationship between the retina and the E,M,H,A 25 min. 1995 BODY ATLAS SERIES) brain. 3059 VOICE OF THE FOREST Presents a lesson in forest appreciation and the danger and destruction E,M,H,A 30 min. 1987 of forest fires. 864 VOYAGE OF THE MIMI #1 & Designed to arouse students' interest in scientific and mathematical E,M 15 min. 1984 2--ALL ABOARD AND concepts by observing their use in "real life" situations aboard the ketch, EXPEDITION "Mimi". Consult KQED guide for more detailed description. Computer software is available through the Educators' Center. In this program students learn the purpose of the voyage of the MIMI and are engaged in important marine research. 869 VOYAGE OF THE MIMI #11 The crew sees a film made on a research expedition to study whales and E,M 15 min. 1984 & 12--HOME MOVIES AND is introduced to the study of whale songs. EXPEDITION 870 VOYAGE OF THE MIMI #13 The crew learns about the whaling industry and visits the only liberal E,M 15 min. 1984 & 14--HUNTING THE arts college in the world for deaf students. WHALE AND EXPEDITION 871 VOYAGE OF THE MIMI #15 The crew experiences a storm and meets a meteorologist. E,M 15 min. 1984 & 16--THE STORM AND EXPEDITION 872 VOYAGE OF THE MIMI #17 The Captain suffers from hypothermia and students learn the effects of E,M 15 min. 1984 & 18--SHIPWRECKED AND exposure to extreme weather conditions on the human body. EXPEDITION 873 VOYAGE OF THE MIMI #19 The crew makes a solar still to provide drinking water and looks closely E,M 15 min. 1984 & 20--MAKING DEW AND at water's properties. EXPEDITION 874 VOYAGE OF THE MIMI #21 The crew forages for food in the wild and explores food chains and E,M 15 min. 1984 & 22--THE FEAST AND ecosystems. EXPEDITION 875 VOYAGE OF THE MIMI #23 The crew repairs the Mimi, illustrating the physical and mathematical E,M 15 min. 1984 & 24--ROLLING HOME AND principles that keep a boat afloat. EXPEDITION 876 VOYAGE OF THE MIMI #25 The Mimi's crew reviews the accomplishment of their voyage and goes E,M 15 min. 1984 & 26--SEPARATE WAYS to the M.I.T. Plasma Fusion Center. AND EXPEDITION 865 VOYAGE OF THE MIMI #3 & The crew collects data and explores the variety of whale species. E,M 15 min. 1984 4--SETTING SAIL AND EXPEDITION 866 VOYAGE OF THE MIMI #5 & Describes an electrical failure and shows scientists mapping the ocean E,M 15 min. 1984 6--ON THE SHOALS AND floor. EXPEDITION 867 VOYAGE OF THE MIMI #7 & The crew conducts a whale census and is introduced to fossil records, E,M 15 min. 1984 8--COUNTING WHALES evolution, and field research methods. AND EXPEDITION 868 VOYAGE OF THE MIMI #9 & The crew observes humpback whale feeding behavior, and learns about E,M 15 min. 1984 10--GOING FISHING AND the variety of life in the sea. EXPEDITION 6388 WATER - WONDER WHY? Why is water our most precision commodity? What is invisible water? E,M 26 min. 1991 SERIES (CLOSED Richard conducts experiments to show how water changes its form, CAPTIONED) demonstrates surface tension and explains buoyancy. The children visit a water purification plant. 4493 WATER AND WHAT IT Examines the changes that take place as water is heated and cooled. P,E 12 min. 1988 DOES (2ND ED.) Describes what happens when water freezes and how solutions like seawater are formed. Presents simple experiments children can do. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 144 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 2779 WATER: A PRECIOUS Uses animation to show the sequence of the hydrologic cycle and how E,M,H,A 23 min. 1986 RESOURCE water is endlessly recycled. 6410 WEATHER PROBLEMS AND The purpose of this video is to introduce students to basic principles E,M 15 min. 1997 THE ENVIRONMENT about the weather and the atmosphere and to suggest several kinds of human interventions into the environment that disrupt natural atmospheric and meteorological processes. 6004 WEATHER: A FILM FOR What creates weather? This program looks at how weather happens with E 14 min. BEGINNERS animated graphics. 5090 WETLANDS, WE NEED A look at wetlands and the animals that live there. E,M 20 min. 1995 THEM 3366 WHAT DO FLOWERS DO? A Describes parts of the flower, how seeds develop, and how germination P,E 10 min. 1988 FIRST FILM and growth occur. 3372 WHAT DO PLANTS DO? A Points out the importance of plants in our daily life. P,E 11 min. 1988 FIRST FILM 3126 WHAT DO SEEDS DO: A Illustrates how seeds come in many sizes and shapes, but have certain P,E 12 min. 1988 FIRST FILM (REV.) common characteristics 536 WHAT DO YOU KNOW Six-part series on one cassette: City Water--uses of water in urban E,M 35 min. 1978 ABOUT H2O? areas; Clean Water--fresh water treatment plants; Save Water--wasting of water; Water Cycle--tracing the cycle of water; Water for Farming and Water for Industry--tells about irrigation and processing. 1163 WHAT ENERGY MEANS Discusses the various forms of energy, from chemical energy to lights E 15 min. energy. Shows that one form of energy can be converted to another. 285 WHAT IS A CAT? Introduces many different kinds of cats doing different things. We learn P,E 30 min. 1975 the story of the cat through history. 3996 WHAT IS A MAMMAL? Shows the evolutionary diversities of mammals in adapting to their E,M,H 15 min. 1987 (2ND ED.) environment. 4475 WHAT IS MAGNETISM? Demonstrates that many electric devices such as motors and speakers E,M 8 min. 1989 use magnets to operate. Shows how magnets attract or repel other magnets, and attract things made of iron or steel. Shows how to experiment with magnets. 4470 WHAT IS SOUND? Shows that sounds are caused by vibrations, and includes experiments to E,M 9 min. 1989 explore this. Demonstrates how changes in sound are caused, higher or lower, louder or softer. Encourages student experimentation. 1591 WHAT MAKES CLOUDS? Describes clouds--objects of wonder. Removes the mystery of cloud E,M,H,A 16 min. 1987 (REVISED) formation. 4471 WHAT MAKES SOUND Shows how musical sounds are made and measured electronically. E,M 7.5 min. 1989 DIFFERENT? Shows how different sizes of materials make different pitches. 4064 WHAT MAKES THE WIND Shows, through experiments and observations outdoors, the source and E,M,H 12 min. 1987 BLOW? (REV) energy of the wind. 6053 WHAT MAKES WEATHER? What makes weather? The many aspects of weather are defined and E,M,H 14 min. examined in this program. 978 WHAT MAKES WEATHER? Shows the working forces that produce weather. Examines the E,M,H 14 min. (2ND EDITION) movement of winds and air masses caused by the uneven heating of earth's surface and the influence of water and land on air masses. 6421 WHAT'S IN A RAINBOW? Viewers learn the unusual circumstances necessary to create a rainbow E,M,H 15 min. 1995 (MAKING SCIENTIFIC and explore other ways to make one. Young people are shown creating MODELS) a scientific model of a rainbow, and the role of the sun is explained. 6645 WHAT'S IN YOUR Children explore a backyard environment and discover the many E 12 min. 1990 BACKYARD? (LIFE different organisms that live and interact in our back yards and ways HABITATS) that organisms interrelate. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 145 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 2163 WHAT'S OUT THERE: Explores beginning concepts involving the vast mysteries of the solar E,M,H 15 min. 1986 EXPLORING THE SOLAR system. Examines modern science through advanced telescopes and SYSTEM tools. 2015 WHERE DID THEY GO?: A Visits the Academy of Natural Sciences, one of the world's best P,E,M 19 min. 1986 DINOSAUR UPDATE dinosaur exhibits. Takes children along on a dinosaur dig. 2899 WHERE THE BAY Visits a fertile marine ecosystem that has evolved where the Bay of E,M,H 30 min. 1986 BECOMES THE SEA Fundy meets the Atlantic Ocean. 6031 WHERE THE BAY A look at life on the shore; the diversity of life forms and the active E,M,H,A 30 min. BECOMES THE SEA ecology there. 6121 WHERE, WHY & HOW: Young viewers learn, from a tree's point of view, how a house is E 9 min. 1993 HOUSE - A CHILD'S GUIDE built. TO EVERYDAY STUFF 6407 WHOSE WOODS ARE Today, less than 5% of America's virgin forests remain. This program E,M 23 min. 1997 THESE? shows how the practice of clear-cutting has ravaged many regions and seriously damaged the ecosystem. 1284 WILD ANIMALS ADAPT Presents varied wildlife examples, detailed explanations, and close-up P,E 9 min. 1985 photography of the bighorn sheep, the water ouzel, and the squirrel. 4289 WILD CALIFORNIA: THE Introduces five of the more important different habitats along the coast E,M,H 19 min. 1989 SEA of California, treating each segment separately. Together these pieces are a good introduction to the marine life one might encounter while visiting the Pacific shore. 1283 WILDLIFE FAMILIES A presentation of the curious habits of coyote, alligator, and hawk P,E 9 min. 1985 families leads to a better understanding of animals and their keen ability to survive in their environment. 1741 WINTER IN NATURE Illustrates the changes which occur in plants and animals during P,E 12 min. Winter. 6072 WONDER WAY A look at the three kinds of coastlines. E 26 min. 1993 1211 WONDERFUL WEATHER Describes how gravity, water, land, air and the sun act together to create P,E 12 min. MACHINE different weather conditions. Also explains thunderstorms, tornadoes, and hurricanes. 1189 WORLD BENEATH THE SEA Shows the survival mechanisms for the life beneath the sea. Included is E,M,H,A 23 min. the remarkable beauty surrounding this delicate ecological system. 6649 WORLD OF MOLECULES Explores molecules through the experience of children, experiments and E,M,H 12 min. 1998 (2ND EDITION, REVISED) the observation of common phenomena. Considers molecular size, attraction for each other, behavior in solids, liquids, and gases, and changes of states. 972 WORLD OF PLANT AND Shows how all living things depend of one another for food and shelter. P,E 14 min. ANIMAL COMMUNITIES Stresses the importance of food chains and the interrelationship between people, plants, and animals in the food chain. 3654 YOUR ACTIVE BODY Live action, animation and x-ray illustrate how bones allow upright E 10 min. 1988 SERIES: BONES AND standing, movement and how they are cushioned from shock. Discusses MOVEMENT healing a broken bone, ligaments and joint functions. 3655 YOUR ACTIVE BODY Illustrates the process that enables the body to release energy from E 10 min 1988 SERIES: BREATHING AND nutrients through breathing and respiration. Uses clever animation and x- RESPIRATION ray motion. 3657 YOUR ACTIVE BODY Discusses the digestive process, from the initial point of ingestion to the E 10 min 1988 SERIES: DIGESTION AND entry of nutrients into the cells, the roll of digestive juices, the small ABSORPTION intestine, capillaries and blood, and the importance of supplying cells with the proper nutrients. 3656 YOUR ACTIVE BODY Discusses the work of the heart as it supplies cells with nutrients and E 10 min. 1988 SERIES: HEART AND oxygen and removes waste products through the blood. Shows blood CIRCULATION pressure tests, visits a Hematology Lab, astronauts demonstrate the effect of gravity on blood flow. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 146 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 3653 YOUR ACTIVE BODY Explains the role and functions of muscles, the relationship between E 10 min 1988 SERIES: MUSCLES AND muscles and energy, the dynamics of exercise that improve strength, ENERGY flexibility, coordination and endurance and involuntary muscle activity. 2908 YOUR SCIENCE PROJECT K- Demonstrates projects in an increasing level of difficulty. Develops P,E,M 40 min. 1987 3 & 4-6 skills in observing, communicating, comparing and organizing. 499 ZOO ANIMALS IN THE Shows the different groups of animals, their individual characteristics, P,E 33 min. 1981 WILD #1 and how they adapt to their environment. The animals are ostriches, elephants, apes, bears, monkeys, and baboons. 500 ZOO ANIMALS IN THE Shows the different groups of animals, their individual characteristics P,E 32 min. 1981 WILD #2 and how they adapt to their environment. The animals are hippos, crocodiles, beavers, pelicans, giant turtles, lions, and tigers. Special Education 3447 BONNIE CONSOLO (PART 2) This award-winning sequel to "A Day in the Life of Bonnie Consolo" E,M,H,A 23 min. 1988 follows Bonnie, who was born without arms, in her adult life as a successful office worker, mother and professional motivator. 3446 BONNIE CONSOLO: A DAY Bonnie Consolo, a most unusual and inspirational woman, was born E,M,H,A 16 min. 1988 IN THE LIFE OF (PART 1) without arms, yet leads a normal and productive life. The film follows her through a typical day as she cares for her home and family, sharing with us her thoughts about life. 10011 DISABILITY AWARENESS Shows Hollis with a physical disability along with others discussing E 29 min. 1989 #10: HAND IN HAND: what they will do when they grow up. FEELING FREE: HOLLIS, GROWING UP 10012 DISABILITY AWARENESS Shows that changes in laws, such as widening doors, has led to the E 48 min. 1989 #11: HAND IN HAND: SPEAK break down of some of the physical barriers. Promotes the OUT understanding that the disabled person is not an oddity at which to stared but a person who must accomplish many things in a different way. 10013 DISABILITY AWARENESS Fosters understanding of individual differences and disabilities. E 11 min. 1989 #12: PROJECT L.E.A.D.: AWARENESS PLUS 10014 DISABILITY AWARENESS Shows students in leadership roles teaching peers sensitivity to the E 11 min. 1989 #13: PROJECT L.E.A.D.: subject of the disabled. PEER FACILITATOR 10016 DISABILITY AWARENESS Contains 4 segments: Hollis--Physical impairment; John--Learning E 70 min. 1989 #15: PROJECT L.E.A.D.: disability; Laurie--Visually impaired; and Questions for Gordon and FEELING FREE Laurie. 10017 DISABILITY AWARENESS Shows three disabled high school students as they identify personal E 9 min. 1988 #16: SPEAKING FROM goals, use a four step plan, and develop a course of action to achieve EXPERIENCE: their goals. Available for reference in IMC is "Speaking from DREAMCRAFTING 1 Experience Curriculum Guide." 10018 DISABILITY AWARENESS Refer to "Disability Awareness #16" for description. E 9 min. 1987 #17: SPEAKING FROM EXPERIENCE: DREAMCRAFTING 2 10019 DISABILITY AWARENESS Refer to "Disability Awareness #16" for description. E 10 min. 1987 #18: SPEAKING FROM EXPERIENCE: DREAMCRAFTING 3 10005 DISABILITY AWARENESS Introduces Marcia, a legally blind woman, telling students about E 7 min. 1988 #4: PROJECT A.D.E.P.T.: devices used by the visually impaired, her guide dog Dawn, and her MARCIA--VISUAL daily activities. IMPAIRMENT Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 147 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 10006 DISABILITY AWARENESS Introduces Pedro, an orthopedically impaired swimmer in training for E 7 min. 1988 #5: PROJECT A.D.E.P.T.: the 1992 Para Olympic Games, sharing his goals with students. PEDRO (PHYSICAL IMPAIRMENT) 10007 DISABILITY AWARENESS Introduces Holli, a beauty pageant winner with a hearing impairment, E 7 min. 1988 #6: PROJECT A.D.E.P.T.: sharing her educational and personal goals with students. HOLLI (HEARING IMPAIRED) 10008 DISABILITY AWARENESS Introduces Joshua, a seven year old boy with a developmental disability. E 8 min. 1989 #7: PROJECT A.D.E.P.T.: Follow him through his day, meet his teacher and classmates and JOSHUA (DEVELOP. DIS.) family. 10009 DISABILITY AWARENESS Promotes disability awareness, reduces stereotypes, and supports E 29 min. 1989 #8: HAND IN HAND: integration of students with disabilities. Available for reference is FEELING FREE: LAURIE, "Hand in Hand Teacher Inservice Guide," and "Fostering Awareness GINNY Integration & Reducing Stereotypes Manual grades K-8" with audio cassette. 10010 DISABILITY AWARENESS Shows Gordon with a hearing disability and John coping with learning E 28 min. 1989 #9: HAND IN HAND: disabilities. FEELING FREE: GORDON, JOHN 4406 HELEN KELLER Helen Keller remains one of the most remarkable people of the E,M 24 min. 1970 twentieth century because of her triumph over her disabilities, blindness and deafness. 4278 LILY #1: A STORY ABOUT A A documentary that focuses on the daily life of a ten-year old Down E,M,H,A 14 min. 1980 GIRL LIKE ME Syndrome patient. 3563 THE INVISIBLE CHILDREN Describes a unique group of puppets, some of whom are disabled E,M 24 min. 1988 through deafness, blindness or cerebral palsy. They tour the country encouraging non-disabled children to ask and learn about their handicapped peers. This film was made during an actual classroom presentation. 3167 THE SIGNED ENGLISH Presents a simple, effective method to learn sign language using signs, E,M,H,A 120 min. 1988 VIDEO LEARNING SYSTEM speech and gestures along with captions, pictures and illustrations. Teaching 3224 COACH TO WIN Designed to guide coaches develop and conduct quality practice E,M,H,A 118 min. 1987 sessions more efficiently and effectively. Tips and strategies for offense and defense. Question and answer session. 6781 LITERATURE, LITERACY, This video, developed for library media specialists, reading specialists, E,M,H,A 23 min. AND LEARNING and classroom teachers, presents revitalized approaches to language arts, literature-based curriculum- and presents the key principles that are common to each approach. 6340 NEW TOOLS...TEACHING Focuses on key elements of a successful K-12 school technology plan. E,M,H 28 min. 1996 WITH TECHNOLOGY Hear from high school teachers on how they focused their plan on three BLUEPRINTS FOR SUCCESS major goals and incorporate it into the greater community. 6336 NEW TOOLS: APPLYING Learn how teachers use technology to prepare K-12 students to be E,M,H 28 min. 1996 TECHNOLOGY TO APPLIED productive members of the 21st century work force. LEARNING Technology 5016 COMMUNICATION This program looks at how things that we take for granted in our E,M,H 11 min. 1993 PRODUCTS & SERVICES everyday lives get done. Example, what happens to a letter when it enters the postal system. Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 148 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 6391 COMPUTER AND Wonder how to build a robot? How to train one? What goes on inside a E,M,H 26 min. 1991 ROBOTICS - WONDER computer? We visit Disney World to find out how they use robots, and WHY? SERIES (CLOSED an automotive plant to learn how robots do much of the work in CAPTIONED) building cars. 6032 COMPUTERS AND THE A look at the following three programs: Mission to Planet Earth; Digital E,M 32 min. ENVIRONMENT Dinosaurs; and Visualizing the Environment. 143 DOS--THE HUMAN Many computer users find DOS (the Disk Operating System) to be E,M,H 45 min. 1988 CONNECTION troublesome, hard to understand, almost mystical! DiskMasters makes this most basic software program easy to master. We cover the basic commands, error messages, hard disk organization and batch files. 5091 HOW TO MAKE YOUR OWN With 10 million camcorders in the United States many students are E,M,H 26 min. 1993 GREAT VIDEOS WITH JUST creating their own videos. This program demonstrates this process. A CAMCORDER 6377 INSIDE THE INTERNET Focuses on how to use the internet as a learning tool. This program E,M 28 min 1996 shows how to use the World Wide Web in the classroom and discusses the different types of internet connections. 6457 INTERACTIVE GROUP For over 15 years Tom Snyder Productions has pioneered the use of E 10 min. 1998 SOFTWARE IN YOUR educational software in the classroom. Just one computer and our CLASSROOM Interactive Group Software gets students working together, learning essential content, and building critical thinking skills. 10055 LEARN AND LIVE This George Lucas-inspired documentary film explores innovative E,M,H 90 min. 1997 educational programs where students and teachers use technology to make learning exciting. Join Robin Williams in a discovery of the interesting ways schools are helping all members of their communities prepare to learn and live in the 21st century. 3472 LIVING WITH COMPUTERS Introduces Elmer to the computer's many applications in classrooms, E 10 min. 1988 homes and businesses. 2786 MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY Examines imaging systems that look inside the body, computers that E,M,H,A 25 min. 1986 design prosthetics and help paraplegics, laser surgery. 2139 MINATURE MIRACLE: THE Illustrates the miracles of the technological revolution. The power- E,M,H,A 60 min. 1987 COMPUTER CHIP packed chip, coupled with human ingenuity. 10001 NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC Gives an overview of an innovative computer and telecommunications- E 20 min. 1988 KIDS NETWORK based science curriculum in which student-scientists investigate new INFORMERCIAL ideas and exchange information with students around the world. Includes easy-to-use computer software for telecommunications, mapping, graphing, and word processing. 6376 ORGANIZATION AND Find out how to organize the classroom or computer lab to get the most E,M 28 min. 1996 MANAGEMENT FOR effective use of technology. Learn to network more efficiently and TECHNOLOGY USE learn to schedule computer usage. 5018 PLAYTIME PRODUCTS This program provides a trip through the companies that produce sports E,M 13 min. 1993 equipment. 1584 SCHOOLING THE See annotation of MEETING THE MICRO. Discusses using the E 30 min. 1984 MICROCOMPUTER: computer in classroom management tasks. CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT 1587 SCHOOLING THE See annotation of MEETING THE MICRO. Also discusses the E 30 min. 1984 MICROCOMPUTER: computer as a curriculum tool. COMPUTER/A CURRICULUM TOOL 1585 SCHOOLING THE See annotation of MEETING THE MICRO. This video also takes a E 30 min. 1984 MICROCOMPUTER: look at LOGO. LOOKING AT LOGO 1588 SCHOOLING THE Illustrates a broad range of computer uses in the elementary school. E 30 min. 1984 MICROCOMPUTER: Presents visual examples of computer applications. MEETING THE MICRO Wednesday, March 31, 2004 Page 149 of 152 Pub Number Title Description Grade Length Date 1589 SCHOOLING THE See annotation of MEETING THE MICRO. Also, discusses sorting E 30 min. 1984 MICROCOMPUTER: through software. SORTING THROUGH SOFTWARE 1586 SCHOOLING THE See annotation of MEETING THE MICRO. Also, discusses word E 30 min. 1984 MICROCOMPUTER: WORD processing. PROCESSING 2158 SPACES: COMPUTERS Profiles Nancy Wallace, a Native American industrial engineer, and Lee E,M,H,A 30 min. 1986 Ray, a Korean-American computer specialist. 6055 TECHNOLOGY & This program looks at many of the aspects of our daily lives; cellular E,M,H,A 9 min. COMMUNICATION phones, beepers and fiber optics. We see how technology and communication work together in all our lives. 6057 TECHNOLOGY AROUND A look at communication today, i.e., the Internet and E-Mail and the E,M,H,A 10 min. THE WORLD technologies that make these possible. 1935 TIPS FOR KEYBOARDING Shows ways teachers can add to student acceptance of a keyboard E,M 19 min. 1986 WITH TYPE TO LEARN learning program. "Type to Learn" give examples sent in by teachers in the field. Tobacco 50053 ANTI-TOBACCO This anti smoking demonstration helps to bring home to the smoker, the E,M,H,A 1996 PRESENTATION: HEALTH effects of smoking to encourage cessation. EFFECTS OF SMOKING 50020 BEGINNING THE JOURNEY Fast-paced music video designed to empower young African- American E,M,H 10 min. 1991 women smokers to take control of their health, make a committment to themselves and stop smoking. 50005 CHEWING TOBACCO: THE Features four teen-agers, male and female, talking to jr. high school E,M 10 min. 1983 NEW EPIDEMIC students about how they got started chewing tobacco, the health effects and how difficult it is to quit. A moving appeal from addicts urging others not to start. 50161 COUGHIN' IN YOUR COFFIN This CD features songs with a anti-tobacco theme for children to P,E 2.52 min. 2001 sing. 50087 DEATH OF A LUNG (CAST Lung slices from a smoker and non-smoker enclosed in glass. E,M,H,A Lung Dis 2000 FROM REAL SPECIMENS) 50044 DOC ACTION PACKED Designed to develop healthy skepticism towards tobacco industry E,M,H,A 1993 TOBACCO SLIDE SHOW advertising. 3073 DR. COOPER AND HIS Investigates the negative effects of CIGARETTES. P,E,M,H 15 min. 1988 FRIENDS: BUTT IT OUT! 50021 FAREWELL TO SMOKING Members of the Vietnamese community relate facts and experiences E,M,H 22 min. 1991 about dangers of smoking, advising non-smokers to start. 50018 I AM JOE'S LUNG The voice of Joe's lung explains its delicate construction and complex E 25 min. 1991 nature. Animation and live action show how smoking, bad air and disease affect the lungs. 50017 IF I'M LYIN' I'M DYIN' Shows how four jr. high school students resist the attempt of the new E,M 17 min. 1991 kid in town to get them to start smoking. Clever juxtaposition of the supposedly "cool" aspects of tobacco use against actual health effects and tobacco addiction.