Spanish Lesson - Present Tense -AR verbs: él/ella/usted
This video lesson discusses the present tense of -AR verbs and how to change them in the él (he) form, ella (she) form, & usted (you) form. (4:36)
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Starving and Immobile: They Crawl
For more stories on the worldwide mobility problem visit our website at www.theculturethatcrawls.com Alex Rozier is a May 2011 graduate of the Missouri School of Journalism. To see more of Alex's work or to contact him directly, check out his personal website www.alexreports.com. Alex Rozier was one of five grand prize winners in the Pulitzer Center/YouTube 2010 Project: Report contest. Learn more about the contest: http://pulitzercenter.org/contest/project-report-2010 See all Project: Report
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Engineering the Tools of Scientific Discovery, Part 4 of 6
Part four of the six part NAE Seattle Grand Challenges series dives deeper into eScience and technologies for the 21st century, with an introduction by Ed Lazowska, Director of the UW eScience Institute. Keynote speaker Larry Smarr, the founding director of the California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology at UCSD, addresses high performance cyberinfrastructure discovery tools for data intensive research. Following up with information on both data integration issues and
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The Moon's Phases
Every 29 1/2 days, the moon goes through several phases. This 3-D animation explains how the moon's changes occur. Computer animation shows the moon relative to the earth and sun as a narrator names each stage (new moon, waxing crescent, first quarter, waxing gibbous, full moon, waning gibbous, last quarter, and waning crescent). Grades 5-12. 1:03 min.
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Lesson #001, Monday

Hi, my name is Mike, and welcome to my new podcast called 'Let's Speak Italian.' This is a daily podcast, usually only lasting a couple minutes. Listen to it multiple times if you want, or just once. Enjoy!

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National Pancake Day: Ideas for Pancakes
Celebrate National Pancake Day on September 26th by making some unusual pancakes that the family can participate and enjoy. This video has some interesting photos of these creations they might be motivating. Here is a simple history and some folklore for the class. http://pancakelovers.com/history/   Run time 01:02.
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How to Draw an African Giraffe Using Online Coloring Page
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3.2 Case Study 1: Caswell's cockroaches

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Elementary Statistics: Video Lecture - Probability Topics
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This video lecture is designed as a supplement to the Probability Topics chapter of Collaborative Statistics (col10522) by Barbara Illowsky and Susan Dean. In this chapter, students can expect to […]

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This module describes the recursive generation of the impulse response of a second order system.
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Martin Luther King Jr.
In honor of MLK, Jr. Day, and the fact that I want new stuff to use to
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This semester long subject (11.521) is divided into two halves. The first half focuses on learning spatial database management techniques and methods and the second half focuses on using these skills to address a 'real world,' client-oriented planning problem. The first half of the semester may be taken separately using the class number 11.523 and the second half may be taken separately as 11.524. In order to help shape and utilize the information infrastructure that will support the management
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Pakistan blast kills teachers
Two roadside bombs detonate as a school bus passes, killing two teachers and injuring several students.
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