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This video is part two of the Anne Frank mini-series. ( See part one for complete description.) In this segment, actual video of Adolf Hitler is shown and the registration of Jewish people in Amsterdam is the focus. ( The opening scene of the segment is not appropriate for younger students.) ( 10:17)
Labor Sight Specific: LACPS and the Politics of Community Symposium (Session 1) USC Fisher Museum of Art 29. Global Warming (continued) Maundy Thursday Duke Chapel Live - Easter Sunday- 4/8/2012- Sam Wells Spartan Innovations The Return of Japanese Colonialism Video game art Nixon: Eisenhower Record Unit 9- Notes Dilations and Tesselations Atrazine Affects the Water Supply Mountain Hare in Snowy Habitat Hannah Greatwood - 60 seconds research Multiplication With Renaming Kew in the digital age - Angela McFarlane John Boulton: Wedging the Gap, lecture at ANU Antonyms Song Performed by Students Visual Learning Bridge: Unit Fractions and Regions
The fourth in a series of eight lectures. [50:46]
"Looking Back." February 11, 2012. Join exhibition Curator Tim Wride as he moderates a panel comprised of former members of LACPS to contextualize its importance as a cultural and community phenomenon. USC Fisher Museum of Art
The Atmosphere, the Ocean and Environmental Change (GG 140) Several greenhouse gas emissions scenarios have been developed by the IPCC to determine possible affects on atmospheric greenhouse gas concentrations and related climate warming. The largest estimates show a carbon dioxide concentration of about 800ppmv by the year 2100. Lower estimates rise to 450ppmv by the year 2100. The amount of projected warming associated with these emissions scenarios range from about 2-4°C. Several possib
Duke Chapel Live - Easter - 4/8/2012 Opening Excerpt from the Sermon:(47:35) "I wonder if you've ever looked into a deep, dark, cave. It's cold, it's mysterious, it's maybe a little damp, and there's this little voice in your head that's saying to you, 'If I go down too far into it either there'll be something scary and angry down there that'll get me, or, maybe worse, there'll be some kind of rock that will roll across the face of the cave and shut me in -- and no one will hear my cries.' Mar
Michigan State University faculty and students will soon have better access to the business talent and the operational and financial support necessary to turn research innovations into successful businesses. MSU President Lou Anna K. Simon talks about the new technology commercialization initiative, Spartan Innovations.
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This four minute video shows a gallery display of the detailed artwork that is used as stimuli for many different kinds of video game. Getty Research Institute Curator Louis Marchesano and artist Davidicus give a tour of the designs, explaining the styles and techniques used in each of them. Includes section for teaching ideas.
In this video clip, Richard Nixon explains the progress that he plans for America and how he will achieve it in his debate with Senator John F. Kennedy. Nixon shows how he will continue the progress he has helped start in the Eisenhower Administration. (1:05)
Learn how waterways can become polluted by agricultural pesticides such as atrazine—an herbicide commonly used on corn farms—in this video segment featuring live-action animation, adapted from Big River: A King Corn Companion. In addition, hear about health concerns related to atrazine exposure from contaminated drinking water. (1:18)
This short video gives excellent real life footage of Mountain Hares in a snowy habitat. Students will enjoy the close up views of these amazing creatures. The Mountain Hare has a lighter build than the brown hare, and is easily distinguished by its tail, which is completely white throughout the year, whereas in the brown hare the tail has a black upper surface. The ears are tipped with black, and the coat is brown in summer, turning white during winter. This is a great resource to help bui
Hannah Greatwood, Senior Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Nutrition at Leeds Metropolitan University has only 60 seconds to describe her research interests.
Professor Angela McFarlane explores how The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, is using digital media to engage new, global audiences in its science and conservation work.
John Boulton gives this public lecture at The Australian National University on 29 March 2012. The lecture is entitled 'Wedging the gap: Why the rhetoric is wrong for remote Aboriginal child health'. In this presentation the marked discrepancies in Aboriginal Infant Mortality Rates and the increase in risk ratio of death during infancy over the past decades, and separately those for performance on the national school entry Australia Early Development Index, are presented from an historical and
This short video shows Mrs. Talos' class singing about antonyms. This is a great resource to introduce or to review antonyms in the elementary classroom. (0:47)
In this animated video, students will learn that a fraction can name equal parts of a whole shape and they will also learn what the bottom and top number mean. Students will understand the colorful and concrete visuals. This is a great resource to introduce and/or to review basic fractions in the classroom. (3:53)
Sight Specific: LACPS and the Politics of Community Symposium (Session 1) USC Fisher Museum of Art
29. Global Warming (continued)
Duke Chapel Live - Easter Sunday- 4/8/2012- Sam Wells
The Return of Japanese Colonialism
Video game art
Nixon: Eisenhower Record
Unit 9- Notes Dilations and Tesselations
Atrazine Affects the Water Supply
Mountain Hare in Snowy Habitat
Hannah Greatwood - 60 seconds research
Multiplication With Renaming
Kew in the digital age - Angela McFarlane
John Boulton: Wedging the Gap, lecture at ANU
Antonyms Song Performed by Students
Visual Learning Bridge: Unit Fractions and Regions