Parallel Structure Rap Song
This video was made for a public communications class. It is a rap song about parallel structure that stresses the importance of parallel structure in writing. The lyrics are shown on the bottom of the screen as the song is sung.
" Coins In My Hand"- Descriptive Song on Coins
This computer animated video contains a catchy song which prompts students to identify the values of coins and descriptions of both sides. ( 1:43)
Basic Addition Using Manipulatives
This live action movie contains simple tips on how to solve basic addition problems - using manipulatives. Use dry beans, pasta, rocks or shells as manipulatives. Have students write and say the problem. A simple game, Make Ten, is demonstrated.(2:46)
Addition With Manipulatives
Using counters, animated counters are grouped in sets. Students count the objects to see how many there are in all. 6 + 3 =9 User clicks through the slides. Only one problem demonstrated.
Writing Addition Equations
Students will learn how to use the plus and equal signs to write an addition sentence. The + means to put the groups together or add. The = sign means that both sides are the same. User clicks through the slides.
How To Read A Surface Analysis Of A Weather Map
Part of the series: How To Predict The Weather. Reading a surface analysis of a weather map is an important step in the weather prediction process, learn how to read these meteorological maps in this free video. Please refer to more weather videos in the "Weather Prediction" subcategory found inside "Earth Science/Meteorology." Run time 1:08.
Fall on the Farm
Harvests and hayrides, pumpkins and petting zoos--fall is a special time on Ohio farms.
CIA Bachelor's Degree Programs
How can a bachelor's degree help you achieve your culinary career goals? With multiple majors and concentrations, CIA students can design their education to take them wherever they want to go. Learn more at http://www.ciachef.edu/degree-and-certificate-programs/
Professor Germaine Greer - An Insight - Full Interview
Warning: Explicit Content Professor Germaine Greer delivered the 2010 Winifred Mercier public lecture at Leeds Met on Tuesday March 23. Born in Melbourne and educated in Australia and at Cambridge University, Professor Greer's first book, The Female Eunuch (1969), took the world by storm and remains one of the most influential texts of the feminist movement. She has had a distinguished academic career in Britain and the USA and makes regular appearances in print and other media as a broadcast
U.Va. Darden School Welcomes Dean Designate Scott C. Beardsley During First Coffee
Faculty, students, staff and alumni welcome Scott C. Beardsley, the ninth dean of the University of Virginia Darden School of Business. The event took place 20 January during Darden’s historic First Coffee. Beardsley will begin his role 1 August. Beardsley, who will also occupy the Charles C. Abbott Professorship in Business Administration, comes from a family of educators. He was born in Maine, raised in Vermont and Alaska, and is a citizen of France and the United States. Beardsley spent m
Beyond Neutrality - enabling a world of connected things
Network Neutrality and related policy issues are framed by the assumption that intelligence is inside a network and (tele)communications is a service. Today that intelligence is now in our devices which can communicate by exchanging packets using any means available. This shift in intelligence has also moved value creation outside of networks. In this talk I'll trace the history of this fundamental transformation and the technical and policy implications and what it means to "communicate". Th
Enhancing oral skills
This is a module framework. It can be viewed online or downloaded as a zip file. As taught in Autumn Semester 2010. Enhancing Oral Skills (EOS) is a project aimed to provide French beginners with listening activities available on the University of Nottingham (Ningbo campus) platform WebCT (Virtual Self-Access Centre) for their self-study at the very first stage of their learning. The activities have been created taking into account the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEF
Episode as a Unit of Analysis of Movement
Everybody who has read his Gordon Cullen or his Edmund H. Bacon knows that movement has long been recognized as a factor in environmental planning in many ways. For example, in the traditional Japanese promenade garden the importance of movement has always been appreciated. The promenader gains an intense experience of the succession, variation and rhythm of the surrounding scene. The spaces and paths lead him from one stage to another. The spatial structure of the Japanese promenade garden, as
Transforming the Economic Lives of the Ultrapoor [Audio]
Speaker(s): Robin Burgess, Abhijit Banerjee, Dean Karlan and Mushtaque Chowdhury | Robin Burgess, Professor of Economics at the London School of Economics and Political Science, and Abhijit Banerjee, Ford Foundation International Professor of Economics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology led a discussion regarding Transforming the Economic Lives of the Ultrapoor. Chaired by Oriana Bandiera (LSE), Burgess and Banerjee were joined by two discussants: Dean Karlan (Yale University) and Mus
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Hunker Down with Housing
Brumby, Russell and Creswell residence halls opened for early move-in the morning of August 12, 2008.
Florian Dombois: Luginsland (On Art as Research) 02/14/11 Luginsland (On Art as Research) Florian Dombois, founder of the Y – Institute of Interdisciplinarity at the Bern University of the Arts, Bern, Switzerland
Respondent: Ute Meta Bauer, ACT Director and Associate Professor
Luginsland (On Art as Research)
Florian Dombois, founder of the Y – Institute of Interdisciplinarity at the Bern University of the Arts, Bern, Switzerland
Respondent: Ute Meta Bauer, ACT Director and Associate ProfessorLuginsland (Belvedere) is an installation and sound piece by Florian Dombois, winner of the 2010 German Sound Art Award. Dombois’ work focuses on landforms, labilities, seismic and tectonic activity, scientific and technical fictions, a
The European Parliament: Finally a Powerful and Legitimate Institution?
The launch of the 8 th edition of the "The European Parliament" by Richard Corbett, Francis Jacobs and Michael Shackleton offers a timely opportunity to reflect on the development of this fascinating institution. Following the Lisbon Treaty, has the European Parliament reached the apogee of its powers, or is there still more for the MEPs' to influence? And, after a record low in voter participation in the 2009 European Parliament elections, what can or should the European Parliament do to i