Prime Time in Transition
Fear not, fans of character-based TV fiction: reality shows will not obliterate tales featuring “transactions between human beings – the Jane Austen end of things,” as John Romano puts it. This veteran of some of TV’s finest cop dramas (including Hill Street Blues and Monk) sees wrenching changes in
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Asia rings in New Year
Residents of Beijing, Taipei and Hong Kong welcome in 2011 in style. Jon Decker reports.
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Figurative Language
This video shows that figurative language is used to describe everyday things. There are many types of figurative language examples here: metaphors, similies, personification, etc., however, the examples are not noted. This video could be stopped at intervals by a teacher to ask students: What example of figurative language is this sentence? (Music by Louis Armstrong.) This video is suitable for fourth-graders and older students.
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Rounding Rap
This sing-along video features students performing a Rounding Rap song that describes the basic steps for rounding numbers. (2:40)
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Art Institute of Chicago Musecast: May 2009
Celebrate the opening of the Modern Wing with the second installment of our special episodes of Musecast!

Collection Connection: Objects of design and digital photography surround us in our everyday lives. Find out from curators Zoe Ryan and Matt Wittkovsky how these media are explored in the Modern Wingâs new Architecture and Design and Photography galleries.

From the Artist: Sculptor Richard Serra speaks about bringing together the worlds of industrial production and fine a

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Hirshhorn Magazine: Fall 2010
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Cape Verde & Sao Tome Principe: Commonalities & Differences of Two Lusophone Countries
The commonalities and differences of two Lusophone African countries are discussed. Speaker Biography: Dr.Seibert earned his Ph.D. in social sciences from Leiden University in the Netherlands (1999). He is a researcher at the Instituto de Investigacao Cientifica Tropical (IICT) in Lisbon, Portugal. He has published extensively on various topics related to Sao Tome and Principe. In addition, he has done research on African Initiated Churches (AIC) in Mozambique. Currently, he is working on a com
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Figurative Language
This computer-animated  video explores and defines various types of figurative language including similes, metaphors,  hyperbole, and personification. In addition to giving definitions, examples of different terms are given. ( 3:42)
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Islam : Kruiswoordraadsel
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Dit kruiswoordraadsel kan je gebruiken als vastzetting aan het eind van een eerste les over de islam.


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Preposition Review
This video is a good review of prepositions. The narrator of this video reviews prepositions and discusses types of prepositions and their proper use. The narrator explains the difference between the uses of at and in, next to and near, and to and for. ( 5:55)
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U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan
U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan spoke at the Harvard Graduate School of Education about issues facing American education.  (February 26th, 2010)
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Pre ERII postboxes in Norfolk and Suffolk
Postboxes of all types which are pre Elizabeth Second (1953)
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Table ronde : Enseigner les Humanités. Repenser enseignements et filières, filières universitaire

Table ronde "Filières universitaires". Dans "Les Humanités pour quoi faire ? : enjeux et propositions", colloque international organisé par le laboratoire Patrimoine, Littérature, Histoire (PLH) en collaboration avec le laboratoire Lettres, Langages et Arts (LLA). Université Toulouse II-Le Mirail, IUFM Midi-Pyrénées, 27-29 mai 2010.
Thème IV : Enseigner les humanités : contenus, méthodes, filières, perspectives. Repenser enseignements et
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Hands-on Estimation Activities
This video demonstrates a hands-on estimation activity using large inflatable 3-D shapes. The ideas in the lesson could easily be used with other types of manipulatives as well. (2:12)
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Breuken van getallen tot 100
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Werkblaadje over breuken:

  • onderdelen van de breuk;
  • gelijknamige breuken
  • stambreuken.

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It's Your Time - Wilkes-Barre - Why Wilkes-Barre
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Absolute Beginner #2 - Introducing Yourself in Japanese
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! When your Japanese friends introduce you to their other friends from Japan, most of them have been able to speak in your native language. However, today you met someone who speaks only Japanese. The person greets you politely and looks expectantly at you, awaiting your response. You look to your friend, [...]
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Lesson #011, Monday

Ascoltate = Listen

Leggete = Read

Ripetete = Repeat

Rispondete = Answer

Scrivete = Write

Aprite i libri = Open your books

Chiudete i libri = Close your books

Fate l'esercizio = Do the exercise

Capite? = Do you understand?

Ancora una volta! = One more time!

Attenzione! = Be careful! or Pay attention!

Giusto! = Correct!

Benissimo! = Very good!

Sbagliato! = Wrong!

Tutti insieme! = All together!


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