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## Using Math in Production | Video Production: Behind the Scenes with the Pros

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KET animators Sara O'Keefe and Allison NeCamp Day talk about how they approach the production of their animations.

## Points of Origin

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This animation from KET illustrates how an origin is used for positive and negative measurement along a straight line and on a flat plane. It also shows how an origin, latitude, and longitude identify locations on Earth and explores how measuring temperature differs from measuring height or weight.

## Muffin a Disparu | Découverte

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This French animation takes children on a hunt through the backyard to find Muffin, a missing cat. Students will need to use their knowledge about counting by ones and twos, sorting by color, and patterns to reunite Muffin with her owner in time for dinner.

## Modeling Fraction and Mixed Number Division Using Arrays

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This video illustrates how to use an array as a visual model for solving a word problem involving the division of fractions and mixed numbers. The problem asks students to determine the width of a rectangular fennec fox den based on its length and area. In the accompanying classroom activity, students get additional practice solving another more difficult area problem featuring the division of fractions and mixed numbers. This resource is part of the Math at the Core: Middle School Collection.

## Foo Boo Woo Boo John | Early America

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In this clip Mike Seeger, an expert musician and an authority on traditional American music, shows how to play the jaw harp and performs “Foo Boo Woo Boo John,” a traditional folk song that came to America from England.

## Hambone | African/African-American Culture

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In this video folk singer John McCutcheon demonstrates the hambone, an African-American rhythm technique that uses the whole body as a “drum set” to produce different sounds.

## Gospel Train | The Civil War Era

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In this video, students learn about "Gospel Train". “Gospel Train” is a code-word song used in the Underground Railroad by slaves, often sung just before an escape in an attempt to let all who wished to go know that the time was near. In this segment, folk singers Rhonda and Sparky Rucker perform the piece on harmonica and guitar.

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Maude Alexander shows how to make an ancestor mask—from the materials needed to the process involved. She also talks about characteristics of African masks.

## Tessellating Stamps

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Artist Thomas Freese shows how to make a tessellating stamp and use it to create an interlocking pattern. The lesson integrates mathematics and art as the process involves using geometry, measurement, repetition, and patterning to create unusual, appealing designs.

## Appleseed John: Ragdoll-Come-to-Life

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This segment shows a scene from a play set in the 1820s. The play follows Abby, a young girl growing up in the American frontier. In this scene, Abby and her favorite rag doll meet John Chapman, better known as “Appleseed John,” and his companion, Pakanke. Chapman is grouchy and suspicious at first, but both he and Pakanke respond positively to her “rag-doll-come-to-life.” The fun is soon squelched when Abby talks about clearing the land.

## Warming Up to the Clave Rhythm Pattern | Dance Arts Toolkit

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Dancer Katherine Kramer leads a warm-up routine based on the clave rhythm pattern in this video from the Dance Arts Toolkit series. She also discusses Spanish and African influence on flamenco dance.

## Jacques d'Amboise: Dance Presentation | Dance Arts Toolkit

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Young dancers at the Lexington Ballet Company perform a piece that ballet icon Jacque d’Amboise choreographed and taught them in this video from the Dance Arts Toolkit series.

## Bringing a Theatrical Work to Television

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This segment shows preparation for a KET taping of a Stage One production of The Wind in the Willows. Included are technical preparations such as stringing cable and setting cameras and interviews with the lighting designer, audio supervisors, and director.

## Apache Performance 3 | Dance Arts Toolkit

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The Apache Crown Dancers perform a traditional Crown dance dressed in full regalia and directed by the singing of group leader, Joe Tohonnie Jr., in this video from the Dance Arts Toolkit series.

## DanceSense: Dance of Culture | Dance Arts Toolkit

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Learn about the origins of dance and a see a variety of dances from many cultures and time periods in this video from the Dance Arts Toolkit series. Explore everything from Yoruba dances from West Africa to 20th century American social dances such as the jitterbug. This video also explores the influence of Spanish and African cultures on the dances of the Caribbean.