Signposts and Reading for Young Students
This 11 minute video introduces the principles that form the backbone of this collection about effective practices for engaging in literature. Dr. Judith Langer explains the most effective techniques she found in classrooms where students are active learners, building
and sharing their individual and richly involved understandings of works of literature — what she calls envisionments. These characteristics are shown in action through introductory visits to the classrooms of the eigh

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MUS 164-02, Applied Classical Guitar, Fall 2004
This syllabus was submitted to the Rhodes College Office of Academic Affairs by the course instructor.,1) To learn and demonstrate an understanding of proper classical guitar technique 2) To learn the rudiments of standard musical notation 3) To familiarize students with the classical guitar repertoire 4) To promote the students ability to further explore the art of guitar playing and to give them the skills to teach themselves
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Cloud Part 4
This video segment from Nature chronicles several years of Cloud’s life documented and narrated by Emmy-winning producer/director, Ginger Kathrens. Cloud, a young colt, moves in a band of wild horses (a group or family of horses that travels together) in the Arrowhead Mountains of southern Montana. In this segment, Kathrens finds helicopters herding the wild horses into a corral. Later, forty-six of the horses are sold at auction, never to be free again. Cloud and his family are
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Cloud Part 3 - Age Four
In this video from Nature, Cloud is a four-year-old bachelor who lives in a "group" of wild horses in the Arrowhead Mountains of southern Montana. Although he seems to live a carefree life as he rolls in the muddy water and plays with the other horses, he also has to face and survive the dangers with which he is confronted in nature. There may be conflicts with other horses. Lightening can also be a dangerous force of nature that can strike at any time, killing unsuspecting horses. Learn mo
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News #89 - Spring’s In, So Spring Forward with SpanishPod101.com!
Winter blues setting in? Feeling a bit lost in Spanish language? Here’s what you do: You stop feeling blue, and start feeling awesome. We’ve got language learning to do and it’s going to be legen…wait for it…dary! And even better, there are just 9 more days until Spring. 9 more days until Spring comes roaring [...]
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Cómo empezó la Segunda Guerra Mundial - en español
Una de las causas de la Segunda Guerra Mundial fueron las ideologías
totalitarias, como el nazismo en Alemania, el fascismo en Italia o el
comunismo en Rusia. (4:30)

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Cómo es el planeta Marte - en español
Marte es el cuarto planeta más cercano al Sol. Marte es aproximadamente la mitad que la Tierra. Su diámetro es de 6.794 kilómetros. El giro sobre sí mismo dura aproximadamente lo mismo que el de la Tierra, 24 horas y media. Y el giro alrededor del Sol dura 687 días. Con este video, estudiantes podrán conocer la estructura, tamaño, la atmósfera y el agua en Marte. (2:00)
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Clean Energy Materials: Crystal Gazing on the Atomic Scale - Saiful Islam
Professor Saiful Islam, of the University's Department of Chemistry, gives a flavour of the fascinating chemistry behind green technologies such as hybrid petrol-electric cars and fuel cells
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Romulus & Remus
This is cartoon animation of the story of Romulus & Remus. According to the roman mythology, the founders of Rome were Romulus and Remus. The twin-brothers were the supposed sons of the god Mars and the priestess Rhea Silvia. (06:55)
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Brad Jones on Commercial Crew Program Partner Integration
NASA Public Affairs Officer Kyle Herring talks with Brad Jones, deputy manager for the Partner Integration Office of the Commercial Crew Program.
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The "Untouchables" Mystique

The Untouchables

As an adolescent, I read and reread a well-worn copy of Eliot Ness's The Untouchables, always captivated by the story of the incorruptible government agent. Ness and his 12 Prohibition agents took on Al Capone, the most recognizable gangster and bootlegger of the age, risking life and limb to protect the city streets of Chicago. Whether facing down Al Capone's tom
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Legacies of the War
In this video clip, take a look at the Legacy of the War of 1812. The Legacy of the War of 1812 includes a look at U.S. and Canadian relations since 1812, the profound impact the war had on Native nations in North America and the national myths and symbols that survive to this day. (6:58)
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Bill Gates talks about the Khan Academy on the Gates Notes. (02:22)
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Einstein, Condensed Matter Physics, Nanoscience & Superconductivity - 2012 Dickson Prize Lecture
Winner of the 2012 Dickson Prize in Science Professor Marvin L. Cohen describes a few observations about Einstein and his research in condensed matter physics. Einstein had difficulty getting his thesis subject approved despite some excellent proposals, which Cohen discusses. As is well known, Einstein was at the forefront in many fields, but Professor Cohen focuses on condensed matter and quantum physics. In particular, he discusses the background of this area of physics and some recent work in
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Toward Regulation of Nanomaterials: David Grainger
David Grainger: Professor of Bioengineering and George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Presidential Endowed Chair in Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Chemistry at the University of Utah. Learn More: http://reilly.nd.edu/conference/nanomaterials
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Hitler's Battle Plans for the Invasion of Russia
Hitler recognized the riches and importance of taking over the Soviet Union and wanted this vast country to build his growing empire. Hitler knew he would need to use blitzkrieg tactics in order to succeed in his attack. In this video clip, learn how the Germans had planned to invade the Soviet Union. (5:53)
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ESP Opening: Learning Day 2012
To kick off the first Educational Support Professionals' Learning Day, Provost Gilda Gely honors Candy Norder and Former President Anne Mulder talks about resilience.
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Maria C. Osterhoudt Resolution - Board of Trustees 3/20/12
http://www.youtube.com/user/StPetersburgCollege Board of Trustees Meeting 03-20-12 About St. Petersburg College: In 1927, St. Petersburg College (then known as St. Petersburg Junior College) became Florida's first private, non-profit, two-year school of higher learning located in downtown St. Petersburg. Full accreditation followed in 1931 and in 1948 SPC became a public college. In June 2001, SPJC officially became St. Petersburg College when Florida's governor signed legislation making it t
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