Henri Cole Reads Selected Poems

In this podcast, Henri Cole reads from his recent book of poems, Touch (2011), and talks about his search for what he calls the “essentialness of emotion.”


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Kazu Kibuishi: 2011 National Book Festival
Kazu Kibuishi appears at the 2011 National Book Festival. Speaker Biography: Kazu Kibuishi is the founder and editor of the "Flight Anthologies,"a critically acclaimed comics series, as well as the creator of "Daisy Kutter: The Last Train," a winner of the YALSA Best Books for Young Adults Award. Born in Tokyo, Kibuishi moved to the U.S. with his mother and brother when he was a child. He graduated from film school and then moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in the entertainment industry.
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Preschool Lesson: Forming Capital Letters
With Stamp and See, children learn to make capital letters step by step. They form letters by tracing with magnetic chalk or stamping with wood piece shapes.  This lesson shows the teacher modeling a lesson using this product helping a small group of students learn how to form capital letters step by step.   
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World War II: The Battle of Iwo Jima
This video clip provides a summary of the Battle of Iwo Jima reported by a USMC Radio Broadcast from February 1945. (2:41)

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The Battle Of Kursk
A short clip with footage from the the battle for Kursk. This was the largest tank battles of WWII.
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Battle For Stalingrad
A brief history of the Soviet/German battle for the city of Stalingrad.  This video shows footage of the final stage of Operation Barbarosa.   The German commander of the Sixth Army, General von Paulus, assisted by the Fourth Panzer Army, began it's attack of a small Russian city on the banks of the Volga River. (3:14)

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Subtracting Decimals with No Place Holder
In this is an easy-to-understand, brief video the instructor uses a sketchpad program to demonstrate how to subtract decimal numbers.  Several examples are modeled with emphasis placed on regrouping and lining up the decimals.

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Converting Fractions to Decimals
How to express a fraction as a decimal. Narrator walks through several examples step-by-step with the Paint Program software.
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Learn Equivalent Fractions
We can test if two fractions are equivalent by cross-multiplying their numerators and denominators. The cartoon animation in this video uses very simple pictures and examples to help explain equivalent fractions.  The problems become more difficult towards the end of the video.  (03:47)
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A Visit to Abberley Clock Tower
Ascending Abberley Clock Tower
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Locating and Plotting Points on a Coordinate Plane
This video is a mini lesson with a teacher explaining how to locate and plot points on a coordinate plane to students. It identifies and defines the different parts of the coordinate plane and offers the rules to follow when plotting and locating points.

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ar - Phase 3 Digraphs
The ar grapheme makes a vowel sound and is therefore considered a
vowel digraph. Learn some ar words in this clip.  A learning activity with this clip would be for children can point out the ar grapheme in the words. 

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Meet Harvard's Employees: Donny Nyamweya, IT Web Publishing
Donny Nyamweya, who works in Harvard Universtiy Information Technology's Web Publishing discusses his career, benefits and what he enjoys about working at Harvard. This is one of a series of employee profiles created for the Harvard Human Resources website (hr.harvard.edu/jobs) to give current and prospective employees a sense of the diversity of jobs and people at the University.
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Diversity Law School Admissions and Student Panel
9th Annual National Latina/o Law Student Association Conference: Diversity Law School Admissions and Student Panel
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OSMO links tangible objects to the iPad for new learning opportunities.

OSMO is an innovative add on for the iPad that allows you to use tangible objects instead of the screen as an interface between the user and software.  If you check out the video above you can see it in action to get a better idea of how it operates.

This add on allows for a range of new opportunities that can be appli
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Special : 1/4 and an announcement
Welcome to this special episode of the Arabic Podclass.

This is the first of a 4 parts series of episodes that reviews everything we talked about since the begining of The Arabic Pdoclass.

This episode is NOT totally free ^_^;;; 

The good news is that it costs only $1. You might consider it as a support for The Arabic Podclass not a greed for money ^_~

But that doesn't mean that The Arabic Podclass will not be free. It will stay free.

You j

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London Bridge
This short video has children singing the classic nursery rhyme with simple animation.
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Idioms in English - 'Blue'
This video is in lecture format with a white board. There aren't any graphics provided to help add depth to the lesson. The phrases  are all common expressions
and phrases that use the color blue. (3:26)

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Windbags - Cool Science Experiment
How many breaths does it take to inflate an 2 meter (8 ft) Windbag? 70 breaths, maybe? Why even try? With a simple science secret you can amaze your  friends by blowing up a Windbag in one breath! If you don't believe it, try this amazing science activity! Windbags are so light and strong that even the smallest scientist can demonstrate the amazing properties of air!
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Estimation Skills
This video shows how to do an estimation activity with pre-school children. Put items in a ziplock bag and have children estimate the total number of items in the bag.  Then have children count the items and see how close the estimate was to the real number.  (2:44)

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