Neanderthal mammoth hunters in Jersey
This week in the Planet Earth Podcast: Richard Hollingham meets scientists and archaeologists who are working to preserve one of the most important Neanderthal settlements in north-west Europe to find out how they lived; later on, he visits the local primary school to find out what schoolchildren make of the Neanderthals.
Care Rural Health Mission - ghdLAB 2011
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Wash Your Hands Song With Miss Jenny
The "Wash Your Hands" song by Miss Jenny. (2:32)
Investigating an Immune Response to Bacterial Infection
A laboratory exercise to investigate immune response to bacterial infection using tobacco hornworms.
Baby chicks hatch from the eggs laid by adult hens. They are various different colors, are covered entirely by soft feathers, and have small wings and two feet.
Carolina Coast from SeaWiFS: September 17, 1999
Viewing the Cape Hatteras Pamlico Sound area with SeaStar satellite.
If an animal track is fork-shaped, it was probably made by a bird. If the track shows four or five toes and is paw-shaped, it was probably made by a mammal. There are many other tracks that different animals make.
Populism and the Tea Party in American Politics
Begun in 2009, the Tea Party movement is generally recognized as fiscally conservative, antigovernment, and a strict interpreter of the U.S. Constitution. The platform is resonating with many Americans. Hear a stellar lineup of panelists discuss how the Tea Party fits into the history of populist movements in American politics, how it may evolve and the long-term impact, and how we can promote civil discourse amid ideological differences. Bill Whalen Resident Research Fellow, Hoover Institution
Sebastião Salgado: "Migrations"
Sebastião Salgado presented his lecture as the 2001-2002 Avenali Chair in the Humanities at the Townsend Center for the Humanities, UC Berkeley. Educated as an economist, Salgado began his photography career in 1973. His first book, Other Americas, about the poor in Latin America, was published in 1986. From 1986 to 1992 he documented manual labour world wide, resulting in a book and exhibition called Workers. From 1993 to 1999, he turned his attention to the global phenomenon of the mass displ
2011 McColl School Investment Forum at Queens
Queens Trustee Alex Porter moderated an enlightening discussion with economists and investment experts who spoke about domestic and global opportunities and current trends in the investment world. Panelists included Joe Bossong, managing partner of ASI Healthcare, an independent research firm assisting institutional money managers with investment in the healthcare industry; Harry Bowen, Ph.D., professor of international business and finance, McColl School of Business; Randy Kincaid, Ph.D., profe
Transboundary Environmental Policy and Institutions along International Borders
Sustainability Seminar delivered on February 16, 2011 by UC Riverside Professor Linda Fernandez "Transboundary Environmental Policy and Institutions along International Borders." The seminar […]
Immigration Law Symposium
Our labor markets rely heavily on unauthorized workers, yet the law affords these workers only modest workplace protections. Restrictionists condemn sanctuary cities while praising Arizona's S.B. […]
Saudi Arabia buries Crown Prince Sultan
Oct. 25 - The funeral of Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Sultan on Tuesday set the stage for King Abdullah to name a new heir, widely expected to be veteran Interior Minister Prince Nayef, a choice that would emphasise stability in the world's top oil exporter. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Lohan to pose for Playboy, Robin Williams marries
Oct. 25 - The latest celebrity and entertainment headlines including Lindsay Lohan to pose for Playboy, Robin Williams gets married and Stallone sued over "The Expendables." Lindsay Claiborn reports.
Hoping for help at home
Oct. 25 - Long Island homeowner Magalene McClarrin owes more than her house is worth and hopes to benefit from a new government plan that could help homeowners like her refinance. Bobbi Rebell reports.
20111021 - Protein Prediction 2 - Individualized Medicine
Course: Protein Prediction 2 Title: Individualized Medicine - Our Work Speaker: Burkhard Rost Date: 20111021 Semester: Winter 2011
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Snippet from Finn Family Moomintroll
This is the preface from the book Finn Family Moomintroll by Tove Jansson. The video includes text, narration, and images. The book is listed on the corestandards.org website as part of the suggested reading material for grades K-1. (03:45)
Sample performance tasks for this story include:
Students identify the points at which different characters are telling the story in the Finn Family Moomintroll by Tove Jansson. [RL.1.6]