Do Lectures: How 1% of the Planet Makes a Difference
They can be small Do’s or big Do’s or just extraordinary Do’s. But when you listen to the story of Terry Kellogg, CEO of 1% for the Planet, is a man on a mission. He stands at the intersection between business and environmental guardianship. And just by doing 1% for the planet he is making a big difference.
Since joining the company in 2005 as CEO, Terry and team have grown company participation from just under 100 to well over 1200+ participants. These speeches light a f
Battle at Little Bighorn - Part
This nine minute video provides insights into the truth of what happened during this battle. At the time the Battle of the Little Big Horn was fought - in 1876 - hostilities were growing between the U.S. federal government and Native Americans who considered the Black Hills their sacred territory. The video uses interviews and evidence to show how Custer fought as well as the Native Americans. It also shows the importance of the battlefield cemetery that shows where the soldiers actually died. T
Elizabeth Mitchell: 2014 National Book Festival
Elizabeth Mitchell appears at the 2014 Library of Congress National Book Festival in Washington, D.C. Speaker Biography: The Statue of Liberty is one of the world's most recognizable symbols of freedom and the American dream. But, according to author Elizabeth Mitchell, the story of the creation of the statue has been obscured by myth. In reality, it was the inspiration of one quixotic French sculptor hungry for fame and adoration. In "Liberty's Torch: The Great Adventure to Build the Statue o
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Application problems with equation in one variable
Application problems with equation in one variable
Japanese Culture Class #4 - Setsubun - Red Monsters, Blue Monsters, and Flying Beans, Oh My!
Red monsters, blue monsters, and flying beans, oh my! Itune in to see what is going on with Setsubun in Japan! You don’t want to miss today’s edition of Japanese Culture Class. Download AudioDownload Lesson Notes
Werkwoorden : Oefening Werkbladen met een oefening op de tegenwoordige tijd, de verleden tijd en het voltooid deelwoord. Tot slot is er een gemengde oefening waarbij de leerlingen het werkwoord in het kruiswoordraadsel moeten zetten om zo het verborgen woord te …
Werkbladen met een oefening op de tegenwoordige tijd, de verleden tijd en het voltooid deelwoord. Tot slot is er een gemengde oefening waarbij de leerlingen het werkwoord in het kruiswoordraadsel moeten zetten om zo het verborgen woord te …
"Defending Greenwood": A Survivor Recalls the Tulsa Race Riot of 1921
The post-World War I period in the United States saw devastating race riots around the nation: in small cities and in larger ones. But the Tulsa race riot in 1921 was perhaps the worst. Sparked by the supposed sexual assault of a white woman by a young black man, white Tulsa residents went on a twenty-four-hour rampage which resulted in the death of anywhere from 75 to 250 people and the burning of more than 1,000 black homes and businesses. Yet the African-Americans of Tulsa were not passive vi
A Mormon Woman's Life in Southern Utah
Women who settled the West in the years after the Civil War often faced harsh and unremitting toil. Laboring from well before dawn until well after the sun had set, women helped plant and harvest crops, raised large families, and kept house with rudimentary equipment. Long periods of isolation from neighbors and kin were common; social occasions or visits by travelers and kin were rare and cherished events. Mary Ann Hafen immigrated from Switzerland to Utah with her Mormon family in 1860 at age
'Dealin'' with poet and Pan African supporter Haki MadhubutiProgram focuses on the meaning, nature, and support of the liberation of African countries by African Americans. Program segments include an excerpt from Henry Johnson's film on the African Liberation Day March in Washington, DC, May 27, 1972 (including footage of Boston residents preparing for the trip to Washington, DC, and event speeches by Charles Diggs, Michigan Congressman and United Nations Delegate and organizer for African self
A case study of "A Civil Action"
This is a short, culminating activity that can be used to assess your students' understanding of the steps needed to determine if a water source is contaminated and how it got that way, and to suggest possible methods of cleanup or remediation. Students review a portion of the film "A Civil Action" and identify the problem and the people involved. Students then take the role of environmental scientist and apply their knowledge of water and hazardous waste contamination to create a plan to help l
Lesson five shopping
Lesson five shopping.
Cutting the mustard
Levels of satisfaction, loyalty and engagement are at an all-time low but there other measures which indicate that, given the difficult environment, some leaders are managing people very well. So, which leaders are cutting the mustard and how are they doing it, ask Dr Jonathan Trevor and Kate Tojeiro.
This organism is microscopic and does not cause disease and can be beneficial as a food source for other aquatic animals. A mm square grid is used to observe the measure of length of this organism.
Aerial view of a city
When a city is built, habitat and most organisms living in it are killed or forced to flee. Cities use a lot of energy and water and create a tremendous amount of waste and runoff. Development is the biggest source of pollution.
What are you doing next Saturday?
At the completion of this lesson you will be able to understand someone talking about his leisure activities, you will listen to specific information. you will be able to infer the meaning of unknown words.
Lil' Drac- A Rescued Baby Bat Story
This is an amazing story of an orphaned short-tailed fruit bat that was hand-raised by Bat World Sanctuary. For Lil' Drac updates, photos and more please see http://www.batworld.org/adopt-a-bat-now. (04:13)
Global View of the Seasons (Interactive)
By measuring subtle differences in light that result from varying concentrations of plant life around the world, scientists are able to better understand Earth. These false-color images provided by the Sea-viewing Wide Field-of-view Sensor (SeaWiFS) Project provide visual representations of the concentrations of plant life in the oceans and on land. In this interactive activity produced for Teachers' Domain, learn how the distribution of Earth's vegetation changes over the seasons.
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reactiespelen voor leerlingen van 2e, 3e graad lager onderwijs
Bracero Tutorials - Introduction
The Bracero History Archive collects and makes available the oral histories and artifacts pertaining to the Bracero program, a guest worker initiative that spanned the years 1942-1964. Millions of Mexican agricultural workers crossed the border under the program to work in more than half of the states in America. In a partnership between George Mason Universitys Center for History and New Media, the National Museum of American History, the University of Texas at El Paso, and Brown University,