This video defines collective nouns and then gives examples of collective nouns and how they are used. It specifically talks about how to determine what kind of verb to use with collective nouns. (2:02)
Beginner - Poor patient Some people are so hard up that they can't even afford basic medical care. In today's lesson, you will learn how to take instructions from a doctor and how to ask where to get medicine and food!
Some people are so hard up that they can't even afford basic medical care. In today's lesson, you will learn how to take instructions from a doctor and how to ask where to get medicine and food!
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.
ScienceCasts: Did Earth Have Two Moons?
Did our planet once have two moons? Some researchers say so. Moreover, the missing satellite might still be up there--splattered across the far side of the Moon. NASA's GRAIL mission could help confirm or refute the "two moon" hypothesis. (03:00)
Robots to map marine life in key fishing areas
This week in the Planet Earth Podcast: Russell Wynn and Maaten Furlong of NERC's National Oceanography Centre tell us about a just-launched fleet of marine robots that will map ocean life in key fishing grounds off the southwest tip of Britain, in a trial heralded as the start of a new era of robotic research at sea.
Cuba Invaded! Castro Foes Open Offensive 1961/4/19
B-26 used by Cuban pilots; landed in Florida; in Cuba, rocket shells shown; Adlai Stevenson in UN denies any aggression; Guatemala training base; Castro in Cuba (partial newsreel)
Day 2. The 9th International Conference on Holocaust Education, Wednesday July 9, 2014
The 9th International Conference on Holocaust Education: Through Our Own Lens: Reflecting on the Holocaust from Generation to Generation, Schedule: Wednesday July 9, 2014 1. Panel Discussion 25:20 Panel Discussion on the Film "Shoah" by Claude Lanzmann Chairperson: Ephraim Kaye, ISHS, Shulamit Imber, Pedagogical Director, ISHS, Fred Hillman Chair in Memory of Janusz Korczak, Yad Vashem, Prof. Annette Insdorf, Director, Undergraduate Film Studies Columbia University, Liat Benhabib, Director of
Two car bombs hit Syrian market in Douma
Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe The chaotic scene just moments after two car bombs went off in a popular Douma market injuring dozens. Deborah Gembara reports. More from Syria: http://smarturl.it/SyriaAttack Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe Reuters tells the world's stories like no one else. As the largest international multimedia news provider, Reuters provides coverage around the globe and across topics including business, financial, national, and international
Making Science Public: Data-sharing, Dissemination and Public Engagement with Science
How have social media changed the nature of the scientific debate among scientists? Are they challenging the supremacy of editors, reviewers and science communicators? How have they impacted on engagement with the public understanding of science? Journals and peer-reviewed publications are still the most widely used channels through which research is disseminated within the scientific community and to a broader audience. However, social media are increasingly challenging the supremacy of editors
Cary Ann Hearst, Rachel Kate Gillon and Lindsay Holler Perform "Mr. Postman Die"
College of Charleston alumni Cary Ann Hearst, Rachel Kate Gillon and Lindsay Holler Perform "Mr. Postman Die" at the Groundhog Day Concert. College of Charleston's Halsey Institute, in collaboration with the Charleston Music Hall, presented an intimate evening of music featuring Charleston's finest locally and nationally recognized musical acts on Groundhog Day. The Groundhog Day Concert featured music by The Opposite of a Train (Bill Carson, Nathan Koci, and Ron Wiltrout) with special guests
Richard Brome online
Richard Brome Online is a free online edition of the plays of Richard Brome, the 17th English century playwright. Edited by academic staff from Royal Holloway, University of London, Oxford Brookes University, Keele University, the University of Nottingham and Sheffield Hallam University amongst others, it was funded by the the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC), and hriOnline (University of Sheffield) was responsible for creating and implementing the electronic format. The website inclu
Assessing your skills
Welcome to Assessing Your Skills one of the series of Futures workbooks, which help students choose and prepare for their careers. Like the other workbooks in the series you can dip in and out doing the exercises which are most relevant to you. You might want to include the exercises or the output in your personal development plan or e-portfolio. The aim of this workbook is to help you to clarify or identify your skills as a first step toward choosing work that really suits you. It can also he
weather collab Birds that Hibernate in Lakes? Lecture by Tom Strala Exploring our Oceans_Participant Information Sheet Mozart Violin Concerto 5 (1of 5) with Janine Jansen- violin Magna Carta Translation Lab Medicine Econometric Analysis: A Viable Value Assessment Tool? Using Kuler color themes
The narrator in this well-done animated video discusses theories of bird migration. (03:11)
Presented by the Furniture Program at California College of the Arts, this lecture was filmed on Tuesday, September 10, 2013, in Timken Lecture Hall on the San Francisco campus. Tom Strala is an architect who builds no houses, but rather tables, chairs, and lamps. Strala creates pieces with the idea that items for the home -- including basic necessities such as furniture and lighting -- should be designed with the intent that they are a work of sculptural art. Based in Switzerland, he consider
Exploring our Oceans_Participant Information Sheet
This is a live video in color of Janine Jansen, violinist, playing Mozart's Violin Concerto No. 5 in A major K219 with the European Union Youth Orchestra conducted by Vladimir Ashkenazy. It was recorded on Saturday 12 August 2006 in Royal Albert Hall on stage.
Magna Carta (Latin for Great Charter) is an Angevin charter originally issued in Latin in June 1215. The Magna Carta was the first document forced onto a King of England by a group of his subjects in an attempt to limit his powers by law and protect their rights. The charter is widely known throughout the English speaking world as an important part of the protracted historical process that led to the rule of constitutional law in England and beyond. Read a translation into English here.
The key similarity between analytic strategies in econometrics and quality improvement is the use of the quasi-experimental model. These strategies are useful for evaluating interventions, policy changes or other critical system changes that may impact an outcome of interest. In the face of increasing efforts to control healthcare costs, are these strategies up for the task of helping pathology and lab medicine evaluate cost containment efforts? Here we explore the utility of quasi-experimental
Browse, search, and modify Kuler color themes directly in your CS4 application. Include them in your workflow by using the Swatches panel.
Birds that Hibernate in Lakes?
Lecture by Tom Strala
Exploring our Oceans_Participant Information Sheet
Mozart Violin Concerto 5 (1of 5) with Janine Jansen- violin
Magna Carta Translation
Lab Medicine Econometric Analysis: A Viable Value Assessment Tool?
Using Kuler color themes