Dividing Polynomials - Problem 3 of 3
This video is a continuation and presents another example that demonstrates how to use long division to divide polynomials. This example involves a word problem that represents the volume of a room and demonstrates how to find expressions for the width and height. (4:40)
Fundamentos Psicosociales de Prevención de la Drogadicción
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Gerald Walters Lecture - Simon Thurley
Leading architectural historian Dr Simon Thurley looks at the growing role of the state in the cultural life of the nation in the 40th Anniversary Gerald Walter's Memorial Lecture
Comprehensive Cerebrovascular & Stroke Treatment Centers: Changing What's Possible - MUSC Health
Strokes are the 4th leading cause of death in the US and South Carolina has the highest death rate of all states. MUSC's Comprehensive Stroke & Cerebrovascular Center is working to change that by providing the most advanced care in the state, offering cutting-edge technologies, and employing one of the largest expert stroke teams in the country. Through our REACH MUSC telestroke network 76% of South Carolinians are now within 60 minutes of expert stroke care. For more information on MUSC's st
Henner: Chicago Weather is Brutal
In this States video clip, Marilu Henner talks about why no other city is quite like Chicago, Illinois. She discusses the brutal cold weather and Illinois accents. (1:14)
Fear of Rape
Violence is central to this 1994 Upon Reflection discussion with Margaret Gordon, once dean of the University of Washington's School of Public Affairs and co-author of "The Female Fear: The Social Costs of Rape." Gordon and host Marcia Alvar examine an oddity of American society: while men are most often victims of violence, it is women who retain more fear.
Aaron Striegel, associate professor of computer science and engineering, discusses a study the Notre Dame Wireless Institute is conducting to analyze students' phone habits by tracking how that usage affects their face-to-face communications.
Keynote: The State of Play Rex Ishibashi, CEO, Callaway Digital Arts [Recorded April 17, 2012]
Rex Ishibashi, CEO, Callaway Digital Arts [Recorded April 17, 2012]
26.04.2012 – Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten
Trainiere dein Hörverstehen mit den Nachrichten der Deutschen Welle von Donnerstag – als Text und als verständlich gesprochene Audio-Datei. In Pakistan hat der Oberste Gerichtshof Premierminister Yousuf Raza Gilani wegen Missachtung der Justiz verurteilt. Eine Gefängnisstrafe wurde aber nicht verhängt, wie das staatliche Fernsehen berichtete. Gilani musste sich seit Februar vor den Richtern verantworten. Ihm wurde vorgeworfen, neue Ermittlungen gegen Staatspräsident Asif Ali Zardari
Teaching Grammar with Board Races - TEFL ESL
This six minute video shows how to make a board race game to help students learn basic ESL skills. It is well done with both graphics and a narrator that slowly goes over the material.The game is demonstrated using older students. In this game students must categorize the two forms of comparative adjectives.
Students Can Do Anything in Hamilton
On April 25th and 26th, a hundred and fifty students participated in the Hamilton Employment Crawl (HEC). Students and team leaders traveled to organizations around the city to uncover why Hamilton is their city to live, work and play. As a project of HEC, a video interview was conducted among employers and young professional in Hamilton. The video asks interviewees about their living and working experiences in the city, as well as their relationship with the community slogan, "You Can Do Anyth
'The Very Lonely Firefly' by Eric Carle Story Book Read Along
In this Story Book Read Along, students will hear "The Very Lonely Firefly" written by Eric Carle. Students will enjoy seeing the illustrations and listening to the sound effects. This is a great resource for the elementary classroom. (4:11)
Introduction to Newton's Three Laws - Lesson 1
This NASA video segment explores how Newton's Laws of Motion apply to the development and operation of airplanes. Viewers watch an instructor at NASA's National Test Pilot School as he describes and then demonstrates why seatbelts are an important force on pilots; what it means to pull 2, 4 and even 6 g in a jet; and how the thrust of a jet engine causes an aircraft to move forward. Formulas are presented onscreen along with the calculations discussed in the segment. For example, the instructor
Space Station Live: Preps for Deep Space Exploration
Space Station Live commentator Pat Ryan interviews Bill Gerstenmaier, NASA's Associate Administrator for Human Exploration and Operation Directorate about the work that the agency is doing to prepare for deep space exploration missions of the future. This interview aired during Space Station Live on June 5, 2014.
Inaugural Address: Harry Truman
In this video clip, hear excerpts from Harry Truman's inaugural address on Thursday, January 30, 1940. (2:49)
Using Perfmon to Diagnose Application Issues - 02 Performance Monitor is oftentimes an overlooked tool when troubleshooting application issues. But in the production environment, it can be invaluable to helping you determine just what kind of application issue you have. Perfmon has a lot to offer, so we dedicate Part 2 of this series to this simple – but vital – tool.
Performance Monitor is oftentimes an overlooked tool when troubleshooting application issues. But in the production environment, it can be invaluable to helping you determine just what kind of application issue you have. Perfmon has a lot to offer, so we dedicate Part 2 of this series to this simple – but vital – tool.
Jacqueline Kennedy's timeless style and poise made her an icon of American History. Her inaugural ball gown is a highlight of the National Museum of American History's "First Ladies" exhibit. (01:47)
Minimum Measured Ozone Level in 1986
Stratospheric Ozone level for October 7, 1986.
The K-W-L Chart
This video discusses the K-W-L graphic organizer. This is most often used when reading or researching about a specific topic. This video uses the topic of Egypt as an example. The K stands for what you already KNOW, the W stands for WHAT you WANT to know, and the L satnds for what you LEARNED. (4:00)