Posts Tagged ‘audio’

Foreign Languages for Audio and Visual Learners

November 14th, 2020

Free Listen and Read books

November 11th, 2020

Stories of our Veterans

November 5th, 2020

Discover How Computer ICs are Made

October 23rd, 2020

 

It’s Friday, October 23, 2020, and time for a Virtual Field Trip at ClickSchooling!

 

Recommended Website:

Friday: Discover How Computer ICs are Made

(resource.renesas.com/lib/eng/v_factory/index.html)

Age Range: 11-17 (Grades 6-12, with parental supervision)

 

Computer geeks of all ages will enjoy this virtual factory tour that explains how ICs (integrated circuits) are made. Presented by Renesas Electronics in Santa Clara, California, the tour uses cartoon characters with speech bubbles of the audio narrated text, photos, and videos to explain the process of making IC chips.

When you arrive at the link, select the “Introduction: IC’s around you” to learn the basics of semiconductors, how and where ICs are used. If you want to skip the introduction, select the “Start Factory Tour” to begin the presentation. You can sit back and allow the tour to progress on its own or you may use the navigation above the presentation to select from the following: 

  • About the Factory Tour
  • Front End Processing
  • Before Entering the Factory
  • Water Arrangements
  • Rinsing
  • Deposition
  • Photolithography
  • Ion Implantation & Metallization
  • Inspections
  • Back End Processing including: 
    • Dicing
    • Die Bonding
    • Wire Bonding
    • Encapsulation
    • Decoupling & Labeling
    • Inspection
    • Shipment
  • Renesas Electronics IDM Model

You may also navigate through the factory by selecting the “Production Flow” option which will open a window in the presentation that shows a ‘map’ of the processing procedures and will allow you to select your destination by clicking on the image.

While moving through the presentation, there are additional Topics that can be selected for deeper understanding of terms and processes.

Not only is this a very thorough tour, but there is a lot of technological information presented throughout giving a wonderful educational opportunity to the visitor.

Discover our Centennial President – Benjamin Harrison

October 15th, 2020

 

It’s Thursday, October 15, 2020, and time for Social Sciences at ClickSchooling!

 

Recommended Website:

Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site

(bhpsite.org/learn/benjamin-harrison/)

Age Range: 10-18 (Grades 5-12, with parental supervision)

 

Visit today’s website to learn all about our 23rd president, also known as the centennial president because he was inaugurated 100 years after George Washington.

Born August 20, 1833, Benjamin Harrison came from a long line of famous politicians. Great-grandson of founding father and signer of the Declaration of Independence, Benjamin Harrison V, and grandson of our 9th president, William Henry Harrison, a.k.a. “Old Tippecanoe”, he had big shoes to fill. Using the links on the left hand side bar, dig into the life and times of Benjamin Harrison and discover: 

  • The early years
  • His Civil War service
  • His life as a lawyer
  • His presidency
  • His wives
  • And more

Along with concise articles and interesting image galleries, there is a brief audio recording of the president and a quick virtual tour of his home on Delaware Street in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Add this website to your list for presidential studies.

Free Piano and Music Appreciation Lessons

October 10th, 2020

 

It’s Saturday, October 10, 2020, and time for Music at ClickSchooling!

 

Recommended Website:

Piano Lessons 4 Children

(www.pianolessons4children.com/)

Age Range: 5-9 (Grades K-3, with parental supervision)

 

Designed for beginner and elementary level students, this website offers several video piano lessons as well as music appreciation lessons of famous composers and sing-a-longs.

This site is provided by Maria Miller, creator of Math Mammoth. The lessons, presented in a fun, friendly, and informative way include:

  • Lesson 1: How to sit at the piano
  • Lesson 2: Names of the white keys on a piano
  • Lesson 2b: Names of the black keys on a piano
  • Lessons 3 & 4: Mary Had a Little Lamb
  • Lesson 5: Chords
  • Lesson 6: Mary Had a Little Lamb, with chords
  • Lessons 7 & 8: Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star
  • Lessons 9 & 10: Old McDonald Had a Farm
  • Lessons 11 & 12: Row, Row, Row Your Boat
  • Lesson 13: Alphabet Song
  • Lesson 14: Baa, Baa, Black Sheep
  • And more!

The famous composers section includes examples from the Baroque, Romance, Classical, and 20th Century periods. Each of these lessons provides a brief biography, images, and video and/or audio examples of great works being performed by various artists.

In the sing-a-long section not only will you find videos for your favorite children’s songs, but also the accompanying lyrics and downloadable sheet music!

This site is a great place to start when teaching your children piano and music appreciation.

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