BLOSSOMS - Sequences (English Subtitles) This lesson aims to introduce arithmetic sequences and geometric sequences to secondary school students. It uses two wonderful problems to do that and it explains the laws of those two kinds of sequences.
This lesson aims to introduce arithmetic sequences and geometric sequences to secondary school students. It uses two wonderful problems to do that and it explains the laws of those two kinds of sequences.
Jokes and Humour
This video deals with telling jokes and different types of humour. There is presentation of vocabulary and expressions and there are explanations and examples. At the beginningthe presenter acts out as a comedian and you can read his script all through the video.
Virtual Maths, Cylinder - Calculating Volume and Height
Interactive exercise demonstrating how to calculate the volume and height of a cylinder (includes links to other useful resources)
Woman's Building History: Carol Chen (Otis College)
Carol Chen started out as a chemistry pre-med student, attending Occidental College in Los Angeles. She became interested in graphic design when she took classes at the Woman's Building from Susan King and Cindy Marsh. She learned both the meticulous method of working a press and the creativity of experimenting. Carol began working at EMI Records and later became an executive at Sony Music. This video is part of an ongoing series of Oral Histories about early feminist artists The entire int
This report outlines the process and findings from an innovative project for students. This work was part of the curriculum and involved students working with West Yorkshire Police as part of the safer Leeds project in designing and making a film for students n crime prevention and personal safety in Leeds
Words Begiining With the Letter 'R'- Rocket-Doodle-Doo Song
This animated cartoon snippet from "Between the Lions" is a catchy rock and roll song featuring words beginning with the letter 'r.' The words of the song scroll along the bottom of the screen allowing viewers to read or sign along.Produced by PBSkids for the learn to read series, "Between the Lions." (1:14)
The History of Journalism
This is a book review of the book "We're all journalists now" by Scott Gant. It explains the history of journalism. Learn about the venues people used to stay connected and informed in the past to the present. (3:06)
Fruit Picture Dictionary - We Are Busy Beavers
In this animated cartoon clip, two beavers are having a conversation about different kinds of fruit. Each time a new fruit is shown, it is named, and then repeated in a question ("Do you like grapes?") and then an answer ("No, I don't like grapes.). Full sentences questions and answers appear on the screen. Individual words are highlighted as the narrator says the sentence. (2:50)
The wobbly beam of the Vela pulsar
At the center of the Vela supernova remnant is a madly spinning neutron star. It spins *11 times per second*, which helps it whip up a magnetic field so fierce it can actually defy the gravity of the star, which is a billion times stronger than Earth's! All of this help it generate two beams of matter and energy that blast away from its poles. Recent observations of this beam show that it appears to be wobbly, making a corkscrew motion over a period of 120 days. This movie is made from 8 images
Mormon Temple Ceremony and Temple Worship - 2 of 5
In this video, Between Heaven and Earth, religious scholars of various faiths discuss the importance of temple worship from the time of Adam and Eve to modern man and provide a broad insight in the concept and need for temples. This clip talks about temple worship and why early Latter-day Saints built temples.
Welcome to North Korea [pt 1/6]
(Video begins after about 1 minute.)This film, shot mostly covertly, shows the irony of a regime where 20 million people lived in poverty, some on the brink of starvation, while former dictator Kim II Sung built extravagant monuments to reflect his power. He fostered a grotesque personality cult, which his son and successor Kim Jong Il perpetuates. All around the capital, Pyongyang, an endless stream of propaganda glorifies the leaders. Monuments and museums pay homage to them, but they are stra
Study Abroad: BALI -- Exploring Ecosystems in Indonesia
Students enroll in either BIOL 250: Intro to Tropical Ecology (for non-majors) OR BIOL 453: Intro to Tropical Ecology (for majors) with accompanying lab. For more information about study abroad at the College of Charleston: http://international.cofc.edu/ This study abroad program is designed to introduce students to the natural and human ecology of the tropics, explore the complex and distinctive natural features of tropical communities and to become familiar with ecological processes as they
Video is in song form. Video discusses busy prepostions with an army of ants.
The goals of this course is to help English learners or teachers (including prospective teachers of EFL) enhance their understanding of English, expand their skills in linguistic analysis, and develop a pedagogical approach to teaching English Students who successfully finish this course will be able to apply their understanding of grammar structure to its better usages as well as to the EFL classroom. The course consists of two class hours as a unit. We will cover the contents of one chapter i
This video is accompanied by text. "In the spring of 1865, the Civil War came to an end, leaving over 620,000 dead and a devastating path of destruction throughout the south. The North now faced the task of reconstructing the ravaged and indignant Confederate states. There were many important questions that needed to be answered as the nation faced the challenges of peace:
Who would direct the process of Reconstruction? The South itself, Congress, or the President?
Should the Confede
Herb Sutter: (Not Your Father’s) C++ What makes ISO C++11 "feel like a new language"? What things that we know about past C++ do we need to unlearn? Why is C++ designed the way it is – historically, and in C++11? Finally, what is the difference between managed and native languages anyway, and when is each applicable? This talk gives an overview and motivation of modern C++ and why it's clean, safe, and fast – as clean to code in and as type-safe as any modern language,
What makes ISO C++11 "feel like a new language"? What things that we know about past C++ do we need to unlearn? Why is C++ designed the way it is – historically, and in C++11? Finally, what is the difference between managed and native languages anyway, and when is each applicable? This talk gives an overview and motivation of modern C++ and why it's clean, safe, and fast – as clean to code in and as type-safe as any modern language,
Rice Creek Field Station: Journey to the Future, Part 3
Third chapter of time-lapse footage showing the transformation of Rice Creek Field Station from 2012 to its 2013 reopening. Pictures: Sara Roe. Concept/revisions: Diann Jackson. For more info on Rice Creek Field Station, visit http://www.oswego.edu/ricecreek
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21L.017 The Art of the Probable: Literature and Probability (MIT)
"The Art of the Probable" addresses the history of scientific ideas, in particular the emergence and development of mathematical probability. But it is neither meant to be a history of the exact sciences per se nor an annex to, say, the Course 6 curriculum in probability and statistics. Rather, our objective is to focus on the formal, thematic, and rhetorical features that imaginative literature shares with texts in the history of probability. These shared issues include (but are not limited to)
Lesson 08 - One Minute Romanian
In lesson 8 of One Minute Romanian you will learn to count from one to ten. Remember - even a few phrases of a language can help you make friends and enjoy travel more. Find out more about One Minute Romanian at our website - http://www.oneminutelanguages.com. One Minute Romanian is brought to you by the Radio Lingua Network and is ©Copyright 2008.Author(s):