Onderzoekscompetentie : De onderzoeksvraag Dit leermiddel begeleidt leerlingen stapsgewijs in het formuleren van geschikte onderzoeksvragen voor een te onderzoeken probleem. Aan het eind van de opdracht is het bovendien de bedoeling dat zij zichzelf evalueren aan de hand van de aangereikte …
Dit leermiddel begeleidt leerlingen stapsgewijs in het formuleren van geschikte onderzoeksvragen voor een te onderzoeken probleem. Aan het eind van de opdracht is het bovendien de bedoeling dat zij zichzelf evalueren aan de hand van de aangereikte …
Basic Photosynthesis Song- They Might Be Giants (Official Video)
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Creating Relevant Brands
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Character matching game (Mandarin chinese)
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'Changing Steps' consists of solos, duets, trios, and quartets that can be performed in any order. The completed video work shows Cunningham's company of the 1980's staging the piece in the interior and exterior of a dance studio and in a more formal stage setting. The exterior of the studio blends into the natural environment, where a babbling stream passes by.
Ancient African Kingdoms National
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Created by video artist Burt Barr, 'Aeros' is an impressionistic behind-the-scenes look at the Trisha Brown Dance Company as they rehearse, stage, and perform her choreographed work in a variety of settings, including Moscow, New York, France, and Florida. Here we see members of the Tricia Brown Dance Company during a rehearsal for the performance piece.
Swine Flu: Employee Update - September 2009
This leaflet provides up to date information on swine flu and tells employees what to do if they become ill with swine flu or come into contact with someone who has contracted the virus,To rotate this document in Acrobat reader choose Rotate Counterclockwise from the drop down list on the toolbar
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"Joe Childress was the man of the day as he cleaned his cleats on Tulane jerseys, and led the Auburn Tigers to a resounding 27 to 0 win over the Tulane Green Wave. Joe did not disappoint his hometown fans who had come to Mobile to give him a "day". He intercepted one Greenie toss, and raced for two touchdowns, a 69 yard explosion in the first quarter on a desperation pass from Freeman, and a 14 yard dash in which he ran completely over a Tulane defender, apparently without breaking stride. The R
Internet Ancient History Sourcebook
The Internet Ancient History Sourcebook is a companion to the Internet Medieval Sourcebook and the Internet Modern History Sourcebook. The Medieval Sourcebook is both a classroom resource and the largest collection of online medieval texts. The Ancient and Modern Sourcebooks have a different role: since there are already ample online repositories of texts for these periods, the goal here is to provide and organize texts for use in classroom situations. Links to the larger online collections are
Bufo arenarum embryos
Stage of muscular response, about 96 hrs. post fertilization.
aluMATTER: Aluminium in Structural Applications
The use of aluminium alloys in structural applications has grown considerably in the past few decades. In transportation, the low density of aluminium, resulting in a high strength-to-weight ratio, makes it a favourable material for aircraft, high speed trains and ferries. In building and civil engineering, low density is sometimes the determining factor in the choice of aluminium; e.g. movable bridges, helicopter decks on offshore platforms, etc. However, other favourable properties such as cor
Cardiac Arrhythmias and Cardiac Pharmacology
A brief review of cardiac arrhythmias and the corresponding drugs. The module contains the following levels: Vaugan Williams Classification Class Pharmacology Adverse Effects Stage 1 Adverse Effects Stage 2 Etiology of Various Arrhythmias Atrial Fibrillation Conventions Selected Agents in the Treatment of Atrial Fibrillation Ion Blocking Place in Antiarrhythmic Therapy When to Maintain Sinus Rhythm More Antiarrhythmic Agent Properties
Mass Destruction: Truth and Consequences with Hans Blix and Christiane Amanpour
This on-stage conversation with former U.N. weapons inspector Hans Blix, in conversation with CNN correspondent Christiane Amanpour. This event took place on Wednesday, March 17, 2004 in Zellerbach Auditorium, UC Berkeley. For more information, visit the Graduate School of Journalism's event website. Sponsored by: The UCB Graduate School of Journalism, The Goldman Forum on the Press & Foreign Affairs, the Human Rights Center, The Office of the Chancellor and the Open Society Institute. Co-Sp
George Soros: The Bubble of American Supremacy
This event took place on Wednesday, March 3, 2004 in Zellerbach Auditorium, UC Berkeley. George Soros is a financier, philanthropist, author, and founder and chairman of the Open Society Institute. He will be joined on stage for a conversation with Orville Schell, Dean of the Graduate School of Journalism, to discuss the bubble phenomenon as it relates to the United States' notion of self-supremacy in the world. For more information, visit the Graduate School of Journalism's event website. Sp
Distinguished Innovator Lecture Series: Chris Rittler
Chris Rittler, Vice President of Business Development and Product Management, Tropos Networks Chris Rittler is Tropos Networks' Vice President of Business Development and Product Management. He has over 15 years of experience in the wireless systems industry bringing exemplary leadership in the creation of strategy and the development of products for the wireless carrier market. He leads the company's business development and product managment teams. Mr. Rittler was most recently the Senior
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In this unit you will learn about Protein-Energy-Malnutrition (PEM), the most serious nutritional problem among children. The knowledge acquired will enable you to identify children with PEM in your community at the earliest possible stage and be able to manage the situation.
Winter Math Activities
There are many possibilities for winter math data collection activities. Look for opportunities to have students create tally charts, clothespin graphs, Venn diagrams, bar and line graphs to organize data and analyze the results of the data collection. Build on students' natural fascination with penguins by including these math pattern activities. The Koch Snowflake is an example of an iterative drawing as each successive stage begins with the previous stage. The Koch snowflake begins with an eq
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