Finland 1 - Quiz
What do we know about Finland?
4 Conclusion Since its invention, modern sport has been closely linked to the mass media as a central part of popular culture. The media have expanded the reach of sports audiences and helped populate and enrich professional sport. Sport provides exciting content for the media through comprehensible narratives and modern heroes and celebrities. The media are selective in their coverage of sport, demonstrating inequaliti
Since its invention, modern sport has been closely linked to the mass media as a central part of popular culture.
The media have expanded the reach of sports audiences and helped populate and enrich professional sport.
Sport provides exciting content for the media through comprehensible narratives and modern heroes and celebrities.
The media are selective in their coverage of sport, demonstrating inequaliti
Reporter Genes and Transgenic Plants to Study Response to Environmental Signals
This resource provides detailed laboratory exercises and instructions for investigating bacterial responses to plant signaling chemicals.
The Rock Cycle - by StudyJams
Rock is the hard, solid material, consisting of one or more minerals, that makes up the Earth. Rocks continually change from one type to another through the rock cycle process. There are three types of rocks: igneous, metamorphic, and sedimentary. Learn more about the rock cycle with this cartoon animation from StudyJams. A short, self-checking quiz and song are also included with this link.
P4 Klartext 20110519
Klartext handlar i dag om att en svensk man har dömts till fängelse i Bahrain. Vi berättar också att chefen för Internationella Valutafonden, IMF, har tvingats att sluta sitt jobb.
Great Zoom into Boston, MA: Park Plaza Hotel
Using data from different spacecraft and some powerful computer technology, visualizers at the Goddard Space Flight Center present you with a collection of American cities in a way you have never seen them before. Starting with our camera high above the Earth, we rush in towards the surface at what would be an impossible speed for any known vehicle. Passing though layers of atmosphere, the colors of our destinations shimmer with their own unique characteristics, and suddenly we find ourselves fl
El Nino Sea Surface Temperature and Height Anomaly on a Globe: June 1997 through June 1998
An animation of sea surface temperature and sea surface height anomalies in the Pacific Ocean for the period June 1997 through June 1998. The data is shown on a rotating globe.
ࡁn introduction to our solar system: the planets, our Sun and our Moon. Students begin by learning the history and engineering of space travel. They make simple rockets to acquire a basic understanding Newton's third law of motion. They explore energy transfer concepts and use renewable solar energy for cooking. They see how engineers design tools, equipment and spacecraft to go where it is too far and too dangerous for humans. They explore the Earth's water cycle, and gravity as applied to or
Kleding en kleur: "Le prêt-à-porter tout en couleurs"
Op het einde van deze les kun je in schriftelijke reclameboodschappen namen van kledingstukken en kleuren herkennen.
De culinaire avonturen van Fra Bartolo
At the end of this unit you can understand a short story on dishes and recipes.
"Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies, Fall 2007"
" This course offers an introduction to Women's and Gender Studies, an interdisciplinary academic field that asks critical questions about the meaning of gender in society. The primary goal of this course is to familiarize students with key issues, questions and debates in Women's and Gender Studies scholarship, both historical and contemporary. Gender scholarship critically analyzes themes of gendered performance and power in a range of social spheres, such as law, culture, work, medicine and t
Celebrate Oswego's 150th at the Sesquicentennial Reunion Celebration
SUNY Oswego becomes party central during the Sesquicentennial edition of Reunion this June 10 to 12. Join the fun. Register at http://oswego.edu/reunion
This video is contains a comic book type explanation of the Greek Gods. This is ideal for students and can be stopped to allow the students to take notes about each one. Symbols are used that could result in good discussion as well. Cartoon images and written information are set to music. (03:36)
Rube Goldberg and the Meaning of Machines
Simple and compound machines are designed to make work easier. When we encounter a machine that does not fit this understanding, the so-called machine seems absurd. In this lesson, the cartoons of Rube Goldberg are introduced and engage the students in critical thinking about the way his inventions make a simple task even harder to complete. As the final lesson in the simple machines unit, the study of Rube Goldberg machines can help students evaluate the importance and usefulness of the many ma
What Do Bread and Beer Have in Common?
Students are presented with information that will allow them to recognize that yeasts are unicellular organisms that are useful to humans. In fact, their usefulness is derived from the contrast between the way yeast cells and human cells respire. Specifically, while animal cells derive energy from the combination of oxygen and glucose and produce water and carbon dioxide as by-products, yeasts respire without oxygen. Instead, yeasts break glucose down and produce alcohol and carbon dioxide as th
Lake Effects of Lake Michigan, faster push-in
Todays SeaWiFS image of Lake Michigan shows a lake effect where clear dry air moves eastward as it traverses the lake and forming dense clouds by the time it reaches the Michigan shore.
At the end of this unit you can explain a project on sorting waste for offices.
4 Concluding remarks This unit has been about understanding the idea of psychological abnormality and its implications. What we have learned is that ‘normality’ is defined in a variety of ways, and it is important to ask what model of ‘normality’ is being subscribed to when looking at ‘abnormal’ populations. Are we judging someone's behaviour according to medical, statistical or social definitions of ‘normality’? The point of giving a detailed example like that of dyslexia is t
This unit has been about understanding the idea of psychological abnormality and its implications. What we have learned is that ‘normality’ is defined in a variety of ways, and it is important to ask what model of ‘normality’ is being subscribed to when looking at ‘abnormal’ populations. Are we judging someone's behaviour according to medical, statistical or social definitions of ‘normality’? The point of giving a detailed example like that of dyslexia is t
Práctica 6: A nivel de palabra: Cómo decir fechas
In this unit materials you will learn about the history of Spain and the important place of Arab and Jewish cultures in Spanish history. You will study a number of language points to help you talk about history and will write descriptive texts using a variety of stylistic devices.
Lighting Up: Analysis Of Yeast RAS Genes Using A Chemiluminescent Southern Blot Procedure
Genomic and plasmid-encoded RAS2 genes from Baker's and brewing yeast strains will be analyzed using a shortened Southern blot procedure employing chemiluminescence. Unique parts of this procedure are the gravity-driven "upside down" transfer and a rotisserie-like hybridization oven, which greatly facilitate shortening the transfer time to 45 minutes and the hybridization step to 60 minutes. Chemiluminescence obviates problems associated with radioisotopes without sacrificing sensitivity: the pl