How To Become a Lawyer
Hard work and a good education can lead you on a path to being the next great legal mind. The 1:27 video deals with the steps to become a lawyer in terms of grades, scores, and essays. The seven main steps are stressed. A good video for students as it includes the importance of good grades.
How to Use an Architect's Scale
Learn how to use an architect's scale and how scale effects the size of a drawing, the detail it shows and the number of notes that can be made. This is the last part of a series on what instruments architects use. The 2:26 long video explains various scales and how they are used. Video moves rapidly and so students should have the ruler with them as well as a floor plan.
Banksy the Invisible Man:Artist
The mystery behind the graffiti artist Banksy and how he became famous, even though no one knows who he is. Teachers should note that graffiti is a crime. This is a five minute video is best reviewed before showing to make sure there is a need to show this video to students. His video is also noted.
A 1:45 video about a broadcast technician as a key player on any radio or TV show. Also called operators or engineers, they're the workers who install, operate, and maintain the electronic equipment used in broadcasting. The long hours and need to upgrade skills are mentioned. A fast paced video that paints a good picture of what these engineers do.
How to Brush Your Dog's Teeth
Periodontal Disease can affect a pet's health and can even be life threatening. This two minute video shows how to clean a dog's teeth and what is needed. Some pop-up ads.
How To Become a Teacher
Although the requirements vary by state, you can learn the general requirements for earning a degree in education are the subject of this 1:31 long video. It moves very rapidly and is mainly about requirements rather than what they do and types of certifications.
Why Become a Dentist
A 1:13 video interview with a dentist about the challenges, the need to meet the office overhead, and the science behind the field. At best an overview.
Money talks: March 28th, 2011
Barack Obama and big business, the return of spin-offs and with Borders declaring bankruptcy, are bookstores finally becoming obsolete?
Suresh Lesson 86 – हिंदी पाठ संख्या छियासी ८६ – HIN
Continue building your vocabulary. In this lesson learn the words for the seasons, words about animals, and a wide variety of other words as well.
28.03.2011 – Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten
Trainieren Sie Ihr Hörverstehen mit authentischen Materialien. Nutzen Sie die Nachrichten der Deutschen Welle von Montag – als Text und als verständlich gesprochene Audio-Datei. In Baden-Württemberg kommt es nach fast sechs Jahrzehnten CDU-Vorherrschaft zu einem Machtwechsel. Großer Gewinner der Landtagswahl vom Sonntag sind die Grünen. Mit ihrem Spitzenkandidaten Winfried Kretschmann wird die Partei voraussichtlich erstmals in Deutschland den Ministerpräsidenten eines Bundeslandes stell
Lesson #051, Monday che cosa = what. Che cosa mangiate? = What are you eating? Mangiamo la pizza. = We are eating pizza. quale = which. Quale libro legge? = Which book are you reading? Leggo un libro italiano. = I am reading an Italian book. chi = who. Chi studia l'italiano? = Who studies Italian? Noi studiamo l'italiano. = We study Italian. perche' = why. Perche' lei mangia la carne? = Why do you eat meat? Mangio la carne perche' mi pi
che cosa = what.
Che cosa mangiate? = What are you eating?
Mangiamo la pizza. = We are eating pizza.
quale = which.
Quale libro legge? = Which book are you reading?
Leggo un libro italiano. = I am reading an Italian book.
chi = who.
Chi studia l'italiano? = Who studies Italian?
Noi studiamo l'italiano. = We study Italian.
perche' = why.
Perche' lei mangia la carne? = Why do you eat meat?
Mangio la carne perche' mi pi
På måndagen handlade Klartext om att upprorsmännen i Libyen har tagit över flera städer. Dessutom hade vi med en 12-årig pojke som berättade om när han blev biten av en björn.
An Evening with Richard Wolff (audio)
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Pulitzer Center at DC Environmental Film Festival: Fred de Sam Lazaro
Part 2 of 5 WATER SCARCITY ON THE INDUS RIVER (India and Pakistan, 2010, 7 min.) The recent Indus flood put attention on too much water but Pakistan's real problem is too little—and too many people. This PBS NewsHour segment investigates how the impending water crisis might be related to population growth and poorly planned development. Reporting by PBS NewsHour Correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro, director of the Under-Told Stories Project at St. Mary's University of Minnesota. Visit his repo
Using NBA Statistics for Box-and-Whisker Plots
In this lesson, students use information from NBA statistics to make and compare box-and-whisker plots. After reviewing the concepts of minimum, maximum, median, upper quartile and lower quartile, students create three box-and-whisker plots for sets of data on the heights and weights of basketball players. In each case, the students consider the effects of changing one piece of the data, such as eliminating the height of the tallest player. Detailed instructions for the lesson, assessment option
Every Breath You Take
In an activity designed to help students develop number sense, each student estimates the number of times s/he breathes in one hour, and the class graphs the estimates, finds the mean and median of the estimates, and discusses outliers. Students then brainstorm how they could find out how many breaths a person actually takes in a day—and implement their strategies.
Accessing and Investigating Population Data
In this activity, students investigate population projections from 1990-2100 using data from the U.S. Census Bureau Web. Using the five specific population pyramids, students investigate population projection data for the United States over a 110-year period. They examine how the population data is distributed over time and explain what factors might contribute to these trends. An activity sheet and thoughtful questions, included in the lesson plan, guide the class investigation.
Problem solving is the thought processes involved in solving a problem. It is both a means of developing students' knowledge of mathematics and a critical outcome of a good mathematics education. A mathematical problem, as distinct from an exercise, requires the solver to search for a method for solving the problem rather than following a set procedure. Mathematical problem solving, therefore, requires an understanding of relevant concepts, procedures, and strategies. To become good problem solv
Students are given the timetables of two trains, each going along the same route, but one coming and the other going. Carefully crafted questions ask students to create and analyze a graph of position vs. time for one train, then to explain mathematically the ways a graph of the other train’s run should resemble the first graph. Finally, they create the second graph and try to explain the unexpected discrepancies between the two graphs. A full solution and scoring rubric are included.
A Whole-School "Read" Creates a Reading Community
A whole-school read solved a potentially disruptive problem by providing a common reading experience that addressed student diversity through a school-wide, interdisciplinary, year-long event at Hand Middle School.