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News #95 - Visual Dictionary: A Must Have On Your Summer Reading List
School’s out! You’ve got your bag packed and are ready for a sun-filled, stress-free summer. All you want is an ice-cold pina colada in your hand and a good book to relax with. But what if we told you that the book you’re looking for is actually a dictionary? Okay, okay…we can hear you laughing [...]
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Connecting What You Know with What's on the Page
Connecting What You Know with What's on the Page - Stumped by Marko's riddle from Thorzuul, Norbert benefits from Mrs. Framish's lesson about making inferences.
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After reading this unit you should be able to:

  • appreciate diagrams as a powerful aid to thinking and acting;

  • distinguish between systems diagrams and diagrams helpful in systems work;

  • demonstrate sufficient skills to ‘read’ and ‘draw’ a wide range of diagrams, following given conventions, that help improve your understanding of a situation;

  • select diagrams suited to the needs of the situation you are investigating an
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    Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution - NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 Licence - see http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/uk/ - Original copyright The Open University

Sculpture: One Minute Sculpture Lesson
Throughout history, people have been creating sculpture in different ways and with different materials all over the world. This short animation provides a quick lesson on the history of sculpture. Students will understand that sculpture is three-dimensional art with height, width and depth.
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Northwest PRECEDENT: NIDCR Program Remarks
Don DeNucci, DDS, MS, program official from the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research, describes accomplishments of practice-based research over the past seven years. View the series online at: http://www.uwtv.org/video/series.aspx?id=22826181
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North American Alliances
By the mid-eighteenth century, the face of North America was changing. The British soldiers, officials, and colonists were moving west from the Atlantic coast and starting to cross into the Ohio River Valley. The Spanish occupied a vast region extending from the Gulf of California, across the desert, and along the Gulf Coast to Florida. The French settled primarily in New France, the area that would later become Canada.
The changes in North America were dramatic for the Native Americans.

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McQuaid Jesuit - Dacey
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GoNUxstream Season Recap - Baseball 2012
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Electrical Circuits: ( An Interactive Game)
Students utilize their knowledge of the components of electrical circuits by playing this game.  ( This link is for an interactive game and may take a few minutes to load.)
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Interview With Arthur Jones About Experiences In World War II
Arthur Jones served in WWII with the 219th Field Artillery, 35th Infantry Division of the Third Army. They landed in France shortly after Independence Day, 1944. Arthur's duty was to drive a Jeep that carried encoded messages back and forth between officers, under cover of dark. Hear his first-hand account of the 35th's push across France toward the German border, then their rush to Bastogne to assist the 101st Airborne during the Battle of the Bulge.
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Breakingviews: China stocks set for bull run?
July 5 - Shanghai's main share index will not recoup losses from 2011 this year, according to a Reuters poll. But Breakingviews' Richard Beales says the outlook is not as dismal as some think.
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The Daily 5
This animated video gives an overview of the Daily 5 classroom.  The benefits are described along with sugggestions for resources to use in implementing the program.  ( 3:05)
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Learn how to Teach Kids to Play Golf - Golf Manners
This video explains some basic manners for those playing golf.
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Blackout!
Students read news reports and first-person accounts to imagine what it would be like to be in a blackout in a large city. They follow news reports as if the event were unfolding in real-time and keep weblogs or journals of their experience as they imagine it, taking on different roles of people who live in the city or commute there to work. They use their journal accounts to create a play or screenplay that depicts what the August 2003 blackout was like for the people in the U.S. and Canada who
Author(s): Denise Carlson,Jane Evenson,Malinda Schaefer Zarsk

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The Creature from Planet X: An Anatomist Looks at Science Fiction
In this Great TextBig Questions (GIPCA) lecture, an anatomist looks at science fiction. Professor Alan Morris of UCTŐs Department of Human Biology explores how science fiction movies like Avatar to paint a picture of a possible anatomical reality. Morris, who is both a physical anthropologist and an archaeologist, describes himself as Ňa self-confessed science fiction special effects junky.Ó The movie Avatar had a profound effect on him, Ňthe writer/director had not just created a world full
Author(s): Professor Alan Morris

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21M.220 Early Music (MIT)
Includes audio/video content: AV selected lectures. This course examines European music from the early Middle Ages until the end of the Renaissance. It includes a chronological survey and intensive study of three topics: chant and its development, music in Italy 1340-1420, and music in Elizabethan England. Instruction focuses on methods and pitfalls in studying music of the distant past. Students' papers, problem sets, and presentations explore lives, genres, and works in depth. Works are studie
Author(s): Cuthbert, Michael Scott

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Content within individual OCW courses is (c) by the individual authors unless otherwise noted. MIT OpenCourseWare materials are licensed by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology under a Creative C

ABC Phonics Song With Sign Language
In this video, you see four presentations of the alphabet: 1) the graphical letters themselves; 2) the sounded names of the letters; 3) the sign language hand shapes of the letters, and; 4) the phonic sounds the letters make. (1:59)
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Laissez-Faire Learning

As a teacher in a public high school, I am daily confronted with the lamentable realities of state-monopoly education. Student apathy, methodological stagnation, bureaucratic inefficiency, textbook-publishing cartels, obsessive preoccupation with grades, coercive relationships, and rigid, sanitized curricula are just a few of the more obvious problems, attended by the cold-shower di
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Piramide van oude fietsbanden
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Als originele kerstversiering maken de leerlingen een piramide van oude fietsbanden en piepschuim.

In negen bladzijden wordt beschreven hoe de leerlingen te werk moeten gaan. 

Achtereenvolgens komt het volgende aan …


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