Sid the Science Kid Rolie Polie Bug
This short animated video is an advertisement for "Sid the Science Kid" on PBS. In this video, Sid is looking at a rolie polie bug, wondering if it has legs. By using a magnifying glass, Sid is able to see how the bug moves. 0:30 seconds.
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{Suresh 700}:Relatives
{Suresh 700}:Relatives सम्बन्धी /रिश्तेदार (Sambandhee/ritshteydaar) Introduction: Please refer to my detailed lesson no.190 on Relatives. Here I have include some more names mainly for the purpose of learning Hindi words. […]

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Richard III, Ian McKellan
Another great example of the "winter of our discontent" soliloquy.  It would provide a great contrast to other versions as it is set during WWII.  Be forewarned that the actual soliloquy doesn't begin until 5.33 seconds into the video.  This is the beginning of a film.  Enjoy the ambience: jazz age music and dancing dignitaries in the ballroom, then a portion of the speech in the men's room.   1995 film, Richard III (8:29)
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Context Clues
In this video, Professor Craig uses comic books to show how to use context clues to figure out unknown words. The instructor deliberately mispronounces 'puny'. The first 30 seconds or so of the video is blurry, but the video gradually becomes sharper. Suitable for third-graders and older.
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