Word Family -oke-
Shock is the beatbox king! Listen as he works his magic on word families. The goal for this segment is word family -oke-. (o:31)
How to Make Edible Party Favors
Chef Jill Davie shares tips on edible party favors in this 3:26 long video. She provides a great many ideas, but there isn't too many details on how they are made.
10 Days: Freedom Summer
In 1964, national attention turned to Mississippi when three Civil Rights workers (two white and one black) were murdered by the Ku Klux Klan. This watershed moment eventually led to the passage of the 1965 Voting Rights Act. In this video clip, learn more about the movements against segregation. (4:25)
Contemporary French culture in a global context
This is a module framework. It can be viewed online or downloaded as a zip file. As taught in Semester two 2009. This module looks at aspects of contemporary French culture in the context of an increasingly globalised culture and economy. In part, the module explores recent attempts to defend, redefine and interpret key aspects of French identity and culture as a means of negotiating ways of living in an era of globalisation and changing social structures. The module focuses on aspects of eve
Reading Rainbow: The Patchwork Quilt
LeVar visits the Boston Children's Museum to participate with other children to design a patchwork quilt with everyone having their own individual square. Isabel Sanford reads The Pathwork Quilt, a story about a young girl who learns to make a special quilt from her grandmother. ( 27:46)
Key to "Welche Aufgaben haben Staatsoberhaeupter?
Key to "Welche Aufgaben haben Staatsoberhaeupter?
.NET Gadgeteer and MIDI: Meet the MeeBlipiator Full source code is available at http://sdrv.ms/MeeBlipiatorSrc (MS-PL) Detailed blog post at:
Full source code is available at http://sdrv.ms/MeeBlipiatorSrc (MS-PL)
Detailed blog post at:
How to Write Newspaper Headlines: Part I
This one minute video shows how to write a headline and some tips on how to do this. However, there aren't any examples given.
Lesson #083, Wednesday To change a verb from its infinitive form to its past participle form: For 'are' verbs, replace the 'are' with 'ato' For 'ere' verbs, replace the 'ere' with 'uto' For 'ire' verbs, replace the 'ire' with 'ito' andare = to go, andato = went preparare = to prepare, preparato = prepared lavare = to wash, lavato = washed parlare = to speak, parlato = spoke mangiare = to eat, mangiato = ate volere = to want, voluto = wanted crede
To change a verb from its infinitive form to its past participle form:
For 'are' verbs, replace the 'are' with 'ato'
For 'ere' verbs, replace the 'ere' with 'uto'
For 'ire' verbs, replace the 'ire' with 'ito'
andare = to go, andato = went
preparare = to prepare, preparato = prepared
lavare = to wash, lavato = washed
parlare = to speak, parlato = spoke
mangiare = to eat, mangiato = ate
volere = to want, voluto = wanted
The Window Washer
In this video clip, learn how three men who were trapped in an elevator, survived by sheer will-power and quick thinking. (4:57)
Remembering Anthony Savas
In this video clip, John Savas remembers his father's sacrifice to save other on September 11, 2001. On this day two hijacked planes crashed into the twin towers and brought with it death and destruction. (3:26)
Libeskind's Vision for Ground Zero
In this video clip, Daniel Libeskind describes his vision for the September 11, 2001 memorial site at Ground Zero. (3:28)
Jim Whitaker on Project Rebirth
In this video clip, Jim Whitaker explains what his aspirations are for Project Rebirth at Ground Zero. (2:56)
11.04.2012 – Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten
Trainiere dein Hörverstehen mit den Nachrichten der Deutschen Welle von Freitag – als Text und als verständlich gesprochene Audio-Datei. Angesichts der anhaltenden Gewalt in Syrien hat der Weltsicherheitsrat in New York den syrischen Staatschef Baschar al-Assad dazu aufgerufen, sich an die bis Donnerstag gesetzte Frist einer vollständigen Waffenruhe im Land zu halten. In einer gemeinsamen Erklärung zeigen sich die 15 Mitgliedsländer sehr besorgt darüber, dass die syrische Führung ihre
Lesson #078, Wednesday essere = to be avere = to have Sono felice = I am happy Sono triste = I am sad Sono arrabbiato = I am angry Sono ammalato = I am sick Sono contento = I am content Ho freddo = I am cold (I have cold) Ho caldo = I am hot (I have hot) Ho sonno = I am sleepy (I have sleep) Ho sete = I am thristy (I have thirst) Ho paura = I am afraid (I have fear) Come ti senti? = How do you feel? (informal) Come si sente?
essere = to be
avere = to have
Sono felice = I am happy
Sono triste = I am sad
Sono arrabbiato = I am angry
Sono ammalato = I am sick
Sono contento = I am content
Ho freddo = I am cold (I have cold)
Ho caldo = I am hot (I have hot)
Ho sonno = I am sleepy (I have sleep)
Ho sete = I am thristy (I have thirst)
Ho paura = I am afraid (I have fear)
Come ti senti? = How do you feel? (informal)
Come si sente?
The Water Cycle Video
This cartoon uses simple illustrations and examples to teach about the water cycle. (06:21)
Lee Hall III
Clemson University Professor Emeritus, John Jacques, talks about the expansion and renovation of Lee Hall.
The Rutland Institute For Ethics 10th Anniversary Gala at Clemson University
April 10th, 2012 - Integrity, ethics, athletics: In It To Win It, A conversation on ethics and integrity in intercollegiate athletics. Keynote Speaker: Brad Wolverton, a senior editor for The Chronicle of Higher Education. Panelists included members of the NCAA Working Group on Collegiate Model Rules, charged with rewriting NCAA athletic rules. Chancellor Harvey Perlman, University of Nebraska, Chancellor Charles Nelms, NCCU and Jim Barker, President of Clemson University.
Constructing the Head and Brain of Vertebrates || Radcliffe Institute
Nicole Le Douarin (Honorary Professor, Collège de France) explores the neural crest, an important embryonic structure that appeared in primitive vertebrates. 00:00:00: Welcome (Lizabeth Cohen, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study) 00:07:08: Introduction (Catherine Dulac, Harvard University) 00:15:20: "Constructing the Head and Brain of Vertebrates" (Nicole Le Douarin, Collège de France) 01:19:47: Question-and-answer period March 5, 2012
DC Environmental Film Festival 2012: Natural Resources/Unnatural Results (Part 2)
Learn more: http://pulitzercenter.org/global-goods-local-costs Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting presented five short films examining the impact of natural resources extraction on the environment, indigenous populations, public health and corporate responsibility. Discussion followed screenings, with filmmakers Stephen Sapienza and Nadja Drost, Amol Mehra, Coordinator of the International Corporate Accountability Roundtable, and Daniel Baer, Deputy Assistant Secretary, US State Department B