The Nuclear Test Ban Treaty (1963) of the Cold War lead to the launching of several satellites to detect nuclear energy blasts. Satellites did detect blasts, not from the earth or our moon as expected, but from random places all over the sky. This segment from Swift: Eyes through Time covers the accidental discovery of gamma-ray bursts and the 30-plus years quest to understand them. (3:50)
Excretory System - Human Body Animation Video
This is a three-minute video clip concerning the human excretory system.
Unit 9- Notes Dilations and Tesselations
How the States Got Their Shapes Too
Was Roger Williams too pure for the Puritans, and what does that have to do with Rhode Island? Why did Augustine Herman take 10 years to complete the map that established Delaware? How did Rocky Mountain rogues help create the state of Colorado? All this and more is explained in Mark Stein's new book. Speaker Biography: Mark Stein is a playwright and screenwriter. His plays have been performed off-Broadway and at theaters throughout the country. Stein has also taught writing and drama at Americ
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.
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?
Introduction to Volcanoes
This short video gives basic facts about volcanoes. Key vocabulary words include core, magma, gases, and lava. This is a good resource to help build background knowledge and would work well as an introductory lesson to volcanoes and Earth. (3:25)
Visual Learning Bridge: Unit Fractions and Regions
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)
Anatomy of a Firework (Interactive)
Fireworks have changed a great deal in the 1,000 years since they were first developed in China. This interactive activity from the NOVA Web site details some of the most important chemical and structural features that allow fireworks to fly higher and burst more loudly and colorfully than ever before. Students can explore the inner anatomy of a firework through this interactive website.
Le mal des urgents (Vidéo) Film réalisé par Eric Duvivier Code : 487 Département de psychiatrie et de psychologie médicale du Professeur J.M. Alby. Texte de Thierry Gineste et Raymond Lepoutre, dit par Raymond Lepoutre.
Faculté de médecine Saint-Antoine, Université Paris 6.
Film réalisé par Eric Duvivier
Code : 487
Département de psychiatrie et de psychologie médicale du Professeur J.M. Alby.
Texte de Thierry Gineste et Raymond Lepoutre, dit par Raymond Lepoutre.
Pushkar Maitra - 'Intermediated Loans: A New Approach to Microfinance'
Pushkar Maitra of Monash University, joins Romesh Vaitilingam to discuss his research on microfinance in India following his presentation at the CMPO conference, 'Public Service Delivery in Developing Countries'.
As a military wife, Anne Purcell had already sent her husband off to war once before, in Korea. But less than six months after her husband Ben volunteered for Vietnam, he was reported "missing in action." In this video clip, learn more about what it was like to be an army wife. (3:57)
Atrazine Affects the Water Supply
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)
Exploring the water mills of the Loxley valley
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Mountain Hare in Snowy Habitat
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