German-PBS Learning Media

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German, Languages, World Languages

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World Languages – German includes the Abenteuer collection. The Abenteuer collection contains several short videos aimed at teaching the German language to elementary aged children. Grammar and culture are both discussed, helping children, parents, and educators with beginning German through videos.

Ben G. Thomas

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Biology, History, Natural Sciences, Science, Social Sciences, Social Studies

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Ben G. Thomas’ YouTube channel makes educational videos about life and science, focusing on prehistoric biology and paleontology. The “7 Days of Science” series of videos features weekly news updates on new scientific discoveries, publications and events.

European Space Agency, ESA

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Astronomy, Engineering, French, German, Languages, Natural Sciences, Spanish, Technology, World Languages

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European Space Agency is a YouTube channel of the European Space Agency (ESA). Space exploration is a collective journey, which is why 22 European countries are pooling resources and putting Europe at the forefront of space science, technology and applications. Space also means fun, which is why the ESA team produces clips with the best images of Earth and of the Universe, with astronauts and other space events for people of all ages to watch and to learn about space.

Art of Engineering

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Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Natural Sciences, Physics

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This channel showcases projects where art and engineering have been integrated together, and features discussion of popular amusement parks and themed entertainment. It was created by James, a graduate from the University of Waterloo in Canada with a master’s degree in civil engineering.

Voices of the Past – Primary Sources

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Voices of the Past is a YouTube Channel that teaches history through the written accounts of the very people who lived through it. Join the host, David, as he introduces the stories of both the great figures of history and the lesser known witnesses of great events; not through the analysis of modern historians, but through the words written and the speeches spoken by these figures themselves – in their words and through their eyes.