Spanish - Imperfect Tense - Regular -ER and -IR Verbs
This video reviews the imperfect tense of -er and -ir verbs in Spanish. (5:38)
This fourteen-minute video in association with Scholastic, Inc. is a story about a man, who people initially thought was crazy. The partially-animated story is told while the words appear at the bottom of the screen.
Lyoner Schule II: M. Scève, L. Labé; Reiseberichte als literarische Gattung; Rabelais, du Bellay,
(6. Vorlesung vom 20.05.1996)
Molière IV: "L'Avare"
(8. Vorlesung vom 09.06.1997; der erste Teil der zweiten Vorlesungshälfte fehlt!)
Punctuated by random lines supplied by the audience.
Communicate effectively in the security industry
This task deals with ways to communiate effectively with colleagues and the public.
Is the Euro about to Collapse?
Alarmists are predicting the end of the euro, but Sean Rickard sees its underlying strength and durability.
Industry Day - David Melcher
The Army War College brought together leaders in industry to talk with the future leaders of the military during the 2011 Industry Day. The day-long event includes both Bliss Hall lectures and seminar room discussions with invited guests like retired Lt. Gen. David Melcher, ITT Defense and Information Solutions. The annual event provides a forum for students to gain a better understanding of the military-industrial relationship, the Army requirements and capabilities development process, and ac
US to remove Sudan from terror list
Hours after South Sudan voted to declare independence, the U.S. State Department said it's initiating the process to remove Sudan from the U.S. state sponsors of terrorism list. Jon Decker reports.
French Music but easily understood story for all ages.
BVTV Studio 83
Saving the environment through picture books
This lesson looks at environmental issues and man's relationship to the environment over time using main ideas and supporting details. The content comes from two picture books: "Brother Eagle, Sister Sky" and "A River Ran Wild".
Children will use problem-solving techniques to answer the question, "How many boots will Santa need for his reindeer?"
Virtual Lava Tube
This interactive resource adapted from The Virtual Lava Tube by Dave Bunnell, presents images of different features found in lava tube caves and includes detailed information on how these features are formed and where they occur.
Lecture 6 - Five Dynasties Painting: The Great Landscape Masters
In this same period, five great masters of landscape--Jing Hao and Guan Tong, Dong Yuan and Juran, Li Cheng--brought to this art a new profundity of conception and diversity of styles. Although no surviving work can be firmly accepted as by any one of them, major paintings of high quality and importance are attributed to them, and are given close visual analysis in this lecture, which also introduces new theories and concepts of how landscape imagery can carry profound human meaning.
Eureka County, Nevada: Nuclear Waste Page
Yucca Mountain in south central Nevada is the site of a governmental project for long-term storage of radioactive waste. Although it is a highly controversial subject, the project, if approved and completed, will certainly be an engineering marvel. A tunnel to a massive repository deep under the mountain is expected to take several years and cost billions of dollars. The Nuclear Waste Page of Eureka County has continually updated reports about the status of the project, pictures and maps of the
Oak Ridge National Laboratory Distributed Active Archive Center
The Oak Ridge National Laboratory Distributed Active Archive Center for Biogeochemical Dynamics "is a source for biogeochemical and ecological data useful for studying environmental processes. These data have been collected on the ground, from aircraft, or by satellite or have been generated by computer models. The extent of data ranges from site-specific to global, and duration's range from days to years." Information can be searched by a wide range of criteria that include key word, timeline,
As part of the Australian Antarctic Division, Classroom Antarctica gives dozens of downloadable Adobe Acrobat files that allow students to discover this unique continent. Subjects include the history of the scientific research undertaken on Antarctica, surviving its climate, its biological ecosystem, the lands physical characteristics and affects on climate, and much more.
The Center for Watershed Protection
The Center for Watershed Protection (CWP) "provides local governments, activists, and watershed organizations around the country with the technical tools for protecting some of the nation's most precious natural resources: our streams, lakes, and rivers." The CWP website offers a number of online, open-access resources, including technical reports, case studies and watershed assessment protocols. Users will find detailed guidelines for measuring watershed vulnerability, assessing stream quality,