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Social Studies

American Adventures U.S.A.
Explore the natural beauty of our Costal areas, Yellowstone National Park, the Florida Everglades, the Grand Canyon, Lake Powell, Niagara Falls, the Blue-Ridge Mountains and Yosemite. Fell the pride of Washington D.C., Mt. Rushmore and the Statue of Liberty. Experience the thrill of mountain bike riding, snow skiing, white water river rafting, windsurfing, hot air ballooning and more. Excellent for everyone who loves the outdoors. A great tool for educators who teach students about the U.S.A.
32-4430 50 min. $ 19.95 ©1996

01-8059 18 min. $ 49.95 ©1991 97278-0104-3
01-4284 18 min. $ 49.95 ©1995
01-4283 18 min. $ 49.95 ©1995
01-8061 18 min. $ 49.95 ©1991 97278-0106-3
01-4287 18 min. $ 49.95 ©1996
01-4286 18 min. $ 49.95 ©1996
01-8056 18 min. $ 49.95 ©1991 97278-0106-3
01-8058 18 min. $ 49.95 ©1991 97278-0103-3
01-4285 18 min. $ 49.95 ©1995
01-4288 18 min. $ 49.95 ©1996
01-8057 18 min. $ 49.95 ©1991
01-4289 18 min. $ 49.95 ©1996
01-8060 18 min. $ 49.95 ©1991 97278-0105-3

Flags of the Nations
This informative, full-color video accurately shows and describes the creation and history of over 270 flags. Features include the interactive flag locator, regional music, landmark photographs, and a reference directory.
01-4056 60 min. $ 29.95 ©1993

Flags of the United States - Alabama to Wyoming
This informative video shows the origin of our 50 state flags. Includes the state's official flower, bird, tree, motto, and the capital. Live-action, digital graphics and flag-locator enhance this full color, adventure in learning. Suitable for all ages. Includes bonus "Flag Quiz" at the end.
01-4067 60 min. $ 29.95 ©1994

Fun Facts of American History
You'll see extraordinary vintage film footage and hear offbeat tales that are all true and all a part of our great American heritage. Historic Episodes - Did you know that America had a president whose term was only one day long, or that an early railroad pioneer deliberately crashed steam trains into each other head-on? Curious Customs - Do you know why we throw rice at weddings or why we drive on the right hand side of the road? Symbol Origins - Do you know why a rabbit's foot and a horseshoe are considered good luck? Back to the Drawing Board - Did you know that inventions were actually patented that could tip your hat without touching it, or move a flying saucer across the sky?
13-4861 60 min. $ 24.95 ©1997

Social Studies Projects: A Blue Ribbon Guide
This program is a wide-ranging guide to preparing and presenting social studies projects, including displays, group projects, performances, and media presentations. Highlighted by on-location interviews with students (grades 6-12) and judges of Social Studies Fairs and National History Day contests, the program focuses on how social studies projects help students develop important research, writing, and communication skills. There's also plenty of helpful advice on choosing a topic, following the rules, gathering and organizing data, researching primary and secondary sources, writing a report, constructing a display, and preparing a oral presentation.
01-4310 22 min. $ 89 ©1996 1-56450-290-2

Why Geography?
Dispels the myth that geography is limited to the study of maps, mountain ranges, and capitals. Instead, it reveals geography as a broad and diverse field and traces its connections to science, history, politics, economics, religion, urban development, immigration, and culture. Beginning the twelve-day journey in the small mining town of Ely, Nevada, the host follows the trail of a giant "W", visiting such places as Las Vegas, Hoover Dam, The Grand Canyon, Monument Valley, Mesa Verde, Santa Fe, and Denver. This traveling classroom includes interviews with geologists, engineers, climatologists, cartographers, architects and historians who explore the broad scope of this field and provide insight into career opportunities.
01-4311 35 min. $ 89 ©1996 1-56450-291-0

Windows to the World: Japan
Suitable for grades 8-12 in any social studies class studying Japan, including world cultures, Asian studies, current events and world geography. This video serves as a complement to the instructional information and comes with an outline and script. It also covers introduction, geography, culture, history and modern Japan.
01-4190 30 min. $ 69.95 ©1995 1-56345-297-9

Acclaimed author and respected consultant Noelle Nelson, Ph.D, has helped attorneys at the nation's top law firms win cases and maximize jury awards. Learn what it takes to prepare for that important litigation and to present yourself and your witness in a credible manner.
01-8043 30 min. $ 24.95
01-8041 30 min. $ 24.95
01-8039 30 min. $ 24.95
01-8040 30 min. $ 24.95
01-8042 30 min. $ 24.95

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