This OLogy activity shows kids how paleo-artists are able to transform dinosaur bones into dynamic drawings. After walking them through the five-step process outlined below, the activity challenges kids to create their own drawings from dinosaur skeletons|Step 1: Start with the bones. Step 2: Give those bones a body. Step 3: Shadow time!Step 4: Scaly skin and maybe feathers. Step 5: There's no place like home.
This OLogy activity offers a creative way to give kids hands-on knowledge of the planets in their solar system. The activity begins with an interactive look at what makes each of the nine planets unique. Kids "mouse over" a planet to learn interesting facts about why it looks the way it does. Then kids "show what they know about the planets" by making a solar system of representative cookies, using the bake-free recipe and directions provided.
2011 James T. Demetrion Lecture: Marina Abramovic
Following up on her groundbreaking retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art last year, performance art pioneer Marina Abramović discusses how the medium is entering the history of art. After presenting an overview of the field, from seminal pieces of the 1970s to the work of today’s foremost practitioners, she will address questions about the historicization and continued growth of performance art: How is per
Size, Scale and Distance
Students will understand how objects in the universe compare in size. Even in a "crowded" region like our solar system, the distances between planets are so vast that they are difficult to imagine.
Exercise in Register and Style
Exercise for students concerning the idea of writing in a specific register and style for a specific readership.
Women in the Workforce
With so many American men involved in the war abroad, there was an extreme shortage of workers at home. For the first time, women entered the workforce in large numbers, learning to do industrial jobs that previously had been done by men. The shipyard "dress code" poster for women reflects the newness of their transition into blue collar work. In the early 1940s, when the photographs in this topic were taken, women working in heavy industry were a novelty and women building warships was groundbr
Meda Literacy for ESOL Learners
Drawing on key media literacy concepts and strategies, these five media literacy lesson plans are designed for ESOL students and show how media literacy can enrich the ESOL curriculum. The lessons are appropriate for different levels of student competence in English and can be adapted to suit different student groups
Behavioral Genetics (Mendelian): Sanitary Bees - Animal Behavior
This course covers the principles of biology as they relate to animal behavior, with broad coverage of animal groups. Special attention will be paid to the emerging discipline of behavioral ecology.
Some animals are capable of concealing themselves against their surroundings. The patterns, colors, or behaviors they show that help them accomplish this are called camouflage.
Objects appear to be certain colors because of reflection and absorbance. Light is made up of different wavelengths that our eyes detect and convert into colors. The apple looks green because it reflects the wavelengths that correspond to the color we see as green. The apple absorbs all other wavelengths of light.
"Past and Present Climate, Fall 2008"
" This course introduces students to climate studies, including beginnings of the solar system, time scales, and climate in human history. It is offered to both undergraduate and graduate students with different requirements."
To read, vocabulary: Ich bin eine real Briefschreiberin
You will learn a vocabulary for use in writing letters and emails, you will practice your reading skills.
Listening, speaking, grammar: Wo ich wohne... wohne ich gerne!
You practice your speaking skills in connection with describing a house and the plural forms of nouns.
Journey to the Bottom of the Sea
This fun Web site is part of OLogy, where kids can collect virtual trading cards and create projects with them. Here, they learn about how living in the water differs from living on land. An ichthyologist first explains that ocean creatures have special features that allow them to breathe, eat, communicate, and move in water. (Each feature has its own trading card, which provides more detailed info.)Then students are challenged to "try to make the connection" by playing the Journey to the Bottom
8 Multiple plate collisions and the end of the Iapetus Ocean
Some of Britain’s most dramatic scenery is to be found in the Scottish Highlands. The sight of mighty Ben Nevis, the desolate plateau of the Cairngorms, or the imposing landscapes of Glen Coe can unleash the call of the wild in all of us. Although these landforms were largely carved by glacial activity that ended some 10,000 years ago, the rocks themselves tell of a much older history. The Highlands are merely eroded stumps of a much higher range of ancient mountains. This unit is an account o
Postboxes in postcode IP19
A collection of postboxes in postcode IP19
Lesson #6 - How to Say “Where is the Bathroom?” in Vietnamese
Learn Vietnamese travel phrases with SurvivalPhrases.com! A little Vietnamese can go such a long way! Whether you’re traveling, visiting, or sightseeing, SurvivalPhrases.com has all the essential travel phrases just for you! In this lesson, you will learn how to ask “Where is the bathroom?” in Vietnamese! Be sure to stop by SurvivalPhrases.com before you set [...]
Anatomy of an Orientation
Video for the new OHCC six-week format!
Open for learning
This xerte on-line toolkits resource has been produced as part of the JISC funded BERLiN (Building Exchanges for Research and Learning in Nottingham) project run by The University of Nottingham from April 2009 - April 2010. The project aimed to publish and share the equivalent of 360 credits of Open Educational Resources (OERs), enhance and expand Nottingham's existing Open Educational Repository (U-Now) and foster OER use and reuse. This open educational resource aims to share knowledge gain
Kent State Student and Alumnus Launch Tech Startup Named Remesh
Remesh, an app created by Kent State Ph.D. student, Andrew Konya, and Kent State alumnus, Aaron Slodav, allows groups of people to speak as one voice. Remesh is available for free on the Apple App Store and Google Play.