Carn Euny Ancient Village N070045 CARN EUNY ANCIENT VILLAGE, Cornwall. Aerial view.
CARN EUNY ANCIENT VILLAGE, Cornwall. Aerial view.
Learning the Hindi Letters – Lesson 25–Review of Consonants
This is a continuation of the series covering the very basics of Hindi. At the bottom of this lesson are links to the previous lessons. If you are already studying [...]
Carlos 1800 & Small Business Development Center
Near the end of the downtown boardwalk in the small, western-themed town of Winthrop, Washington, the inviting smell of Mexican cuisine wafts out of the Winthrop Palace building into the chilly December air. Inside, restaurant owner Carlos Perez greets the growing lunch crowd at Carlos 1800 Cantina with friendly smiles. For more about this story, click here: http://wsunews.wsu.edu/pages/publications.asp?Action=Detail&PublicationID=24263&TypeID=1
Absolute Value Equations
Absolute Value Equations
This video explains how solving for a variable in absolute value equations follows different rules than when we solve multi-step equations. When solving absolute value equations, most of the time we get more than one possible solution. Using absolute value equations, we are able to solve more complex concepts such as absolute values with inequalities, and graphs of absolute value inequalities with two variables. (2:21)
Week #003 Review, Wednesday Ascoltate = Listen Leggete = Read Ripetete = Repeat Rispondete = Answer Scrivete = Write Aprite i libri = Open your books Chiudete i libri = Close your books Fate l'esercizio = Do the exercise Capite? = Do you understand? Ancora una volta! = One more time! Attenzione! = Be careful! or Pay attention! Giusto! = Correct! Benissimo! = Very good! Sbagliato! = Wrong! Tutti insieme! = All together!
Ascoltate = Listen
Leggete = Read
Ripetete = Repeat
Rispondete = Answer
Scrivete = Write
Aprite i libri = Open your books
Chiudete i libri = Close your books
Fate l'esercizio = Do the exercise
Capite? = Do you understand?
Ancora una volta! = One more time!
Attenzione! = Be careful! or Pay attention!
Giusto! = Correct!
Benissimo! = Very good!
Sbagliato! = Wrong!
Tutti insieme! = All together!
IDS350 Session 4 Spring 2011
IDS350 Gardens of California Session 4 02/13/2011 Guest: Frank McDonough, LA County Arboretum
1984 Reagan for President Ad
In 1984, the economy was in an upswing. Oil prices were low, interest rates were high, and the lurking problem of the mounting federal deficit caused little public concern. The popular President Reagan was earning the label "the Teflon president" for his ability to escape unscathed from setbacks. (1:00)
1964 Johnson Campaign Ad
The most famous of all presidential campaign ads, Lyndon Johnson’s “Peace Little Girl (Daisy)” is based on the simple but stunning juxtaposition of a little girl picking petals off a flower with a countdown to a nuclear explosion. This was also the first time that a child was used in a campaign ad. (1:00)
2000 George W. Bush Commercial
Bush’s commercials were filled with facts and figures onscreen, using statistics, graphs, and charts to demonstrate fiscal responsibility. (0:30)
How to Teach Descriptive Writing
Homeschooling Teaching Tips. When teaching descriptive writing, it's helpful to show students how to bring in information through the senses. Teach a student to think about how something smells or feels with help from a writing instuctor and former classroom teacher. (02:04)
SOC315 Session 6 Spring 2011
SOC315 Sociology of Work Session 6 02/13/2011 Sharon Squires Guest: Paul Dottin: An American in China
Antropology Fall Emeritus Lecture Series
Established in 1991, the Anthropology Emeritus Lecture Series honors a designated Emeritus faculty member from the U.C. Berkeley Department of Anthropology with a lecture by a distinguished anthropologist working in an area related to the honorees' field of expertise. Beginning in 1995, the lecture series has been enhanced by exhibits at the George and Mary Foster Anthropology Library and on the Internet illustrating the career of the honoree including biographical, bibliographical and other in
Comparing with Good, Better, and Best
This computer-animated video features circus performers making comparisons using the words good, better, and best. ( :40)
Constitutionalism in Latin America: A North American Perspective
Professor Barker will make a presentation on "Constitutionalism in Latin America: a North American Perspective" Moderators: Dante Figueroa, Adjunct Professor, WCL and Georgetown Law Center, Senior Legal Information Analyst, Law Library of Congress.