Reading comprehension: Home and community
Using the telephone in an efficient manner to give tips about recycling. An exercise to complete a form and a speaking exercise about recycling. Being able to give instructions about recycling.
Bob Geldof's Band Aid
Historische informatie over Live Aid samenvatten
De gedachtegang volgen in een interview over een film over de geschiedenis van de spoorwegen.
NASA KSNN What do animals need to live?
There are many different habitats on the Earth. These vary in the landforms, sources of water, and climate conditions. Plants and animals are specially adapted to live in their habitats. Animals suited to live in the desert (very dry, either hot or cold) would have a difficult time living in the tropical rain forest (warm and very wet). Grades K-2
Penny and Cup Game
Developed for third grade. To discover if one eye is better than two. Students will test their sense of sight with both monocular and binocular vision. Students will drop a penny and see if it lands in the cup of water. They will have to rely on their sense of sight for this activity. Biology In Elementary Schools is a Saint Michael's College student project. The teaching ideas on this page have been found, refined, and developed by students in a college-level course on the teaching of biology
Aan het einde van deze les kunnen cursisten een conversatie voeren die in overeenstemming is met de regels van de etiquette.
Faculty Spotlight Catherine Sama
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Students at NYIT present their projects to a panel of educators and an audience of their peers as Robert Marzano reports for NYIT's LI News Tonight. Symposium on University Research and Creative Expression (S.O.U.R.C.E). New York Institute of Technology (NYIT).
The Sweet Truth: Unraveling the Myths and Mysteries of Fructose
Professor Mark Kern of San DIego State University gave the UA's spring Well U lecture on March 9, 2011. Reading labels at the grocery store can be overwhelming, especially when it comes to the slew of sugars that might pop up on the ingredients list. Do you really know the difference between sucrose, high fructose corn syrup, agave nectar and so on? To help clear up some of the confusion, Mark Kern, a professor in the department of exercise and nutritional sciences at San Diego State University
Parkinson's Exercise Study
This video discusses the findings of a study looking at how different types of exercise impact the walking ability, and thus mobility and independence, of people with Parkinson's disease. Walking problems are the major cause of disability in Parkinson's patients. This study, conducted by researchers at the University of Maryland School of Medicine and the Baltimore VA Medical Center, tested Parkinson's patients who did one of three types of exercise -- walking on a treadmill for 50 minutes at
JHU Arts Festival
A celebration of the ARTS at Johns Hopkins University. April 6 - 10, 2011 Dance - Digital media - Film - Museums - Music - Theater - Visual arts - Writing Over 35 performances, exhibits, presentations, workshops and hands-on sessions, featuring JHU faculty, staff, students and alumni.
The God Debate II: Harris vs. Craig
The second annual God Debate features atheist neuroscientist Sam Harris and Evangelical Christian apologist William Lane Craig as they debate the topic: "Is Good From God?" The debate was sponsored in large part by the Notre Dame College of Arts and Letters: The Henkels Lecturer Series, The Center for Philosophy of Religion and the Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts.
2011 Richard H. Driehaus Prize Award Ceremony - Stern Acceptance Speech
Robert A.M. Stern accepts the 2011 Richard H. Driehaus Prize and reinforces the relevance of classical architecture in the modern world.
2011 Richard H. Driehaus Prize Colloquium
Chicago Public Television producer Geoffrey Baer hosts the 2011 Richard H. Driehaus Prize Colloquium in Chicago. Participants include: Robert A.M. Stern—Principal, Robert A.M. Stern Architects; Dean, Yale School of Architecture Robert A. Peck—Commissioner of Public Buildings, General Services Administration Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk—Principal, Duany Plater-Zyberk & Company; Dean, University of Miami School of Architecture Paul Goldberger—Architecture critic at The New Yorker
Gene expression studies of cancer - Prof. Chad Creighton (Part 2)
Lecture on gene expression studies of cancer and gene transcription signatures. Part of the Computer-Aided Discovery Methods course taught at Baylor College of Medicine.
Lisa Vorderbrueggen; Political Editor: Contra Costa Times - Undergraduate Colloquium on Political Sc
This course features a guest speaker each week discussing an issue currently in the news. Some of the topics include political issues facing the state of California, the United States, or the international community.
Bolch, Ben W.
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Writing Acrostic Poems
You will visit different Web sites to learn about writing acrostic poems. Then, you will create an acrostic poem of your own.
How Lou Got the Flu
This article from our family magazine series traces the spread of the flu virus from a duck in China to a young girl in Kansas. The article begins by introducing kids to Louise and the symptoms of influenza. On a series of clickable screens, they learn how the flu virus traveled from a duck to a pig to a farmer to a shopper to a student to Louise. A sidebar (But I Got a Flu Shot Last Year...) explains why influenza is trickier to outsmart than smallpox and polio. Another sidebar ("Microbes on th