Franklin Roosevelt Dedicates Museum of Modern Art - Audio
On May 10, 1939, President Franklin D. Roosevelt delivers a dedication speech for New York's Museum of Modern Art as the new establishment opens its doors. (01:48)
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Lincoln: An American Icon
In this video clip, learn how the Civil War transformed Lincoln's political philosophy and made his presidency one of the most iconic in American history. (01:23)
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Elements of Poetry: ( An Interactive Game)
In this interactive game, students listen to lines of poetry and identify elements of poetry present ( rhyme, imagery, metre).  ( This link is for an interactive game and may take a few minutes to load.)
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Off the Charts: The Song-Poem Story - Web Karaoke (Interactive)
Create a poem that becomes the lyrics to a song in this interactive karaoke activity. Type in the lines of your poem, listen to the melody while singing along and print your song.
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Teaching Pragmatics
Teaching Pragmatics explores the teaching of pragmatics through lessons and activities created by teachers of English as a second and foreign language. This book is written for teachers by teachers. Our teacher-contributors teach in seven different countries and are both native-speakers and nonnative speakers of English. Activities reflect ESL and EFL classroom settings. The chapters included here allow teachers to see how other teachers approach the teaching of pragmatics and to appreciate the
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4.7 Summary of Part C

Here you have learned about the rule-making mechanisms which characterise the EU and its main constitutive institutions: the European Council, the European Commission, the Council of the European Union, the European Parliament and the European Court of Justice. These institutions complement each other in their legislative functions in order to deliver a body of Community law that applies uniformly and consistently in all the member states.


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Northwest PRECEDENT: Out Darned (White) Spot, Out!
It is common to have white spot lesions following orthodontia. This discussion centers on a study to evaluate the effectiveness of three regimens for remineralization: MI Paste Plus (10% CPP-ACP + 900 ppm F-); PreviDent fluoride varnish (5% NaF (22,600 ppm F-); and oral home care.View the series online at: http://www.uwtv.org/video/series.aspx?id=22826181
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Breakingviews: No light at the end of the tunnel for Nokia
June 14 - With things going from bad to worse for Nokia, it's beginning to look as if there is no way out of this downward spiral for the company say Reuters Breakingviews.
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GO Screencast Tutorial for Artists
If you are an artist who is trying to create a profile and find yourself needing a little help, please watch this screencast in its entirety; it will walk you through the process step by step.
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Authors@Google: Beatrice Peltre
Beatrice Peltre comes to Google Cambridge to demonstrate making rice pudding from her new cook book "La Tartine Gourmande: Recipes for an Inspired Life". http://www.latartinegourmande.com/
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Science Bulletins: Urban Sprawl— Baltimore
This visualization shows the growth of impervious surfaces between 1986 and 2000 as measured by researchers using satellite imagery. These images were produced as part of a study of the effects of urban sprawl on ecosystems in the mid-Atlantic region. Such information is essential for residents, government officials, managers, scientists, and other concerned citizens to understand and solve the problems introduced by urban sprawl.
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Breakingviews: Greek vote buys euro zone a little time.
June 18 - The Greek vote has bought some time, but the euro zone is not out of the woods yet, as the markets have been quick to show it's not all about Greece any more say Breakingviews.
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De leerlingen leren de online volksverhalenbank kennen en werken zelfstandig rond de volkssagen. Ze leren de soorten sagen en maken kennis met Vlaamse volkssagen.


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Science Bulletins: Another Star Found in Big Dipper
A long-hidden star in the Big Dipper's handle has come to light thanks to a precision imaging technique by members of Project 1640, a collaboration between astronomers from the American Museum of Natural History, the University of Cambridge, the California Institute of Technology, and NASA. The team used a coronagraph to block out the blinding light from the star Alcor to resolve a faint companion in orbit around it, now named Alcor B. The team then imaged the same system 103 days later, mapping
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Science Bulletins: Fog in Flux for California Redwoods
The Northern California coast is home to giant redwoods —the tallest trees in the world. The towering evergreens depend on the region's foggy climate, especially during the hot summer months. When rainfall is insufficient to hydrate the trees from the roots, the trees quench themselves by drawing moisture into their leaves from the fog. Researchers at the University of California--Berkeley recently analyzed the frequency of coastal fog over the past hundred years. They discovered many fluctua
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Science Bulletins: Will the Fish Return?
A series of immense banks—plateaus submerged in relatively shallow ocean waters—stretches from Newfoundland to southern New England. At the southwestern end of this chain lies Georges Bank, where vast numbers of fish feed and grow. Legend has it that the first European sailors found cod so abundant that they could be scooped out of the water in baskets. Until the last decades of this century these banks were one of the world's richest fishing grounds—until overfishing on a massive scale b
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Science Bulletins: China's Acidic Farmland
With 7 percent of the world's arable land but 20 percent of the world population, Chinese farmers have, for decades, relied upon artificial fertilizer to boost their crops. These artificial fertilizers, while increasing overall crop yields, can also upset the chemical balance in the soil and cause it to become more acidic. Recently, researchers compared samples of Chinese soil from the 1980's and the 2000's and found that agricultural lands across the country have become considerably more acidic
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