Prepare to Lead: The Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies
We welcome you to discover Johns Hopkins SAIS during this short video. Through the voices of our students, faculty and graduates, you will learn more about one of the country's leading graduate schools of international affairs. Those featured in the video share their insights about our academic programs and life outside the classroom at SAIS's three campuses around the world.
The famous Joshua Tree from the Mojave desert
Joshua trees hold water in their trunks and have very deep roots to extract water from deep in the ground.
Holidays video clip prompts students to write about two of their favorite family traditions.
The Science of Swinging
Students learn what a pendulum is and how it works in the context of amusement park rides. While exploring the physics of pendulums, they are also introduced to Newton's first law of motion about continuous motion and inertia.
A Carnegie Mellon tradition since the 1920s. See video and learn more about the four-day weekend of events that are highlighted by buggy races and booth competitions.
Application Letter for a Job
This is a conversation lesson to revise careers agus the requirements which go with them agus the layout of a letter so that the pupils will write their own application letter for a job.
Stocks surge as shoppers boost hopes
July 7 - Summary of business headlines: Nasdaq closes near 10-1/2 year high as consumers shop and hiring rebounds; News Corp's James Murdoch says newspaper hacking regrettable was painful decision; Apple acknowledges security risk to devices. Conway G. Gittens reports.
Managing customers globally
Professor Kaj Storbacka of Vectia Ltd and Hanken School of Economics talks about how successful global growth focuses on customers and the standardization and integration of processes according to market segments - part of the Key Account Management Best Practice Club Speaker Series: http://bit.ly/h0iHSn
Aquatic Animal Skeleton - Tails
Several aquatic animals use their tails to propel themselves through water and to support and balance them when they spend time on land.
French Consumer Health Information
This Web page from the 24 Languages Project out of the Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library provides access to sound files on various consumer health topics including chickenpox, hepatitis A, polio, and Hib vaccinations. A QuickTime plug-in, Real Media, Windows Media, or other MP3 player is needed in order to use the resources.
At the end of this unit you can understand the cause of an industrial accident and you can understand the procedure in a general medical check-up.
Oma of opa als oppas?
At the end of this unit you can derive pros and cons by listening to a plea, for instance about grandparents providing child care.
Wat moet ik aantrekken?
At the end of this unit you can put in a conversation which clothes one should wear in a certain weather type.
People who operate construction cranes carrying heavy loads must be coordinated. The load on the crane must not injure any workers or anyone else near the site. They must be careful to maneuver heavy loads around buildings without hitting them.
Introductory grammar worksheet describing the imperfect tense.
Prof Helen Christensen & Dr Kathy Griffiths - From population trials to public health practice
From population trials to public health practice: An example of a Global Health Service
Floating and Sinking 1
Printable worksheet that works through a hands-on exploration of floating and sinking. Introduces the practice of recording ideas and observations.
What does ethical investment look like?
Alexis Cheang of F and C Investments explains whether ethical investment can ever be mainstream.
Students are introduced to our planet's structure and its dynamic system of natural forces through an examination of the natural hazards of earthquakes, volcanoes, landslides, tsunamis, floods and tornados, as well as avalanches, fires, hurricanes and thunderstorms. They see how these natural events become disasters when they impact people, and how engineers help to make people safe from them. Students begin by learning about the structure of the Earth; they create clay models showing the Earth'
"Designing Your Life, January IAP 2007"
" This course provides an exciting, eye-opening, and thoroughly useful inquiry into what it takes to live an extraordinary life, on your own terms. The instructors address what it takes to succeed, to be proud of your life, and to be happy in it. Participants tackle career satisfaction, money, body, vices, and relationship to themselves and others. They learn how to address issues in their lives, how to live life, and how to learn from it. This course is offered during the Independent Activities