Le Moyen Âge en France
Students will explore the history of France during the Middle Ages (about 476 to 1453 A.D.). As they learn about major events during the Middle Ages, they will investigate the topics of governance and leadership, challenges (war, famine, disease) and cultural and artistic creations. They will learn about the impact of events, people and works of literature and art on medieval society, and they will address the question of why medieval heroes and artistic creations are still considered important
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Remarques sur quelques origines supposées de l'Impersonnel dans l'antiquité tardive : la négation comme transgression à partir de Bataille. Sylvain ROUX. Colloque international organisé par le Laboratoire ERRAPHIS (Equipe de Recherches sur les Rationalités Philosophiques et les Savoirs) et EuroP
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Shared reading with Sonar un crimen
This lesson focuses on basic pronunciation and comprehension skills while reading the first chapter of the mystery "Sonar un crimen" by Rosana Acquaroni Mumoz. Students will also practice the use of interrogatives. As an end result, students will produce crossword puzzle clues that review key elements of the first chapter.
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From Cowboys to Clara Bow: A College Student's Motion Picture Autobiography
Fears about the impact of movies on youth led to the Payne Fund research project, which brought together nineteen social scientists and resulted in eleven published reports. One of the most fascinating of the studies was carried out by Herbert Blumer, a young sociologist who would later go on to a distinguished career in the field. For a volume that he called Movies and Conduct (1933), Blumer asked more than fifteen hundred college and high school students to write "autobiographies"of their expe
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Breaking down Super Bowl advertising
Why is a 30-second commercial in Sunday's Super Bowl worth $3 million? How can viewers score the advertising winners and losers? And what role will social media play in the marketing game plan this year? University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management professor George John discusses these issues surrounding the "Big Game" and more.
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"It Is Entirely the Bolshevik Spirit": Mill superintendent W. M. Mink Explains the 1919 Steel Strike
In the dramatic 1919 steel strike, 350,000 workers walked off their jobs and crippled the industry. The U.S. Senate Committee on Education and Labor set out to investigate the strike while it was still in progress. In his testimony before the committee, W. M. Mink, mill superintendent at the Homestead steelworks, testified that the cause of the strike was simple--the infection of "the Bolshevik spirit"among "the foreigners."
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"He'll Come Home in a Box": The Spanish Influenza of 1918 Comes to Montana
In 1918 and 1919, the Spanish influenza killed 550,000 people in the United States and 20 to 40 million worldwide. In a 1982 interview with Laurie Mercier, Loretta Jarussi of Bearcreek, Montana, described how people would pass through that tiny town seemingly healthy, only to be reported dead two days later. Her father went undiagnosed for many weeks and had plans to go to a nearby hot springs to rest. She believed that her father's death was averted only because the son of the local doctor was
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Caption: "George Copeland and family. Prattville, Autauga Co., AL." August 4, 1925.,JPEG from black-and-white photograph
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Petrography and Petrology
This site is the home page for the petrography and petrology class at Brock University. The site presents general information about igneous petrology, nomenclature and classification information, modal and normative analysis, and the chemistry of igneous rocks. Further topics discussed include fractionation, hybridization and assimilation, and fractional crystallization, as well as types of metamorphism, compositional groups, and Barrovian metamorphism. The information is presented as a sequence
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Literature and Poetry Community Center
is a collection of resources about poetry, literature, and writers -- William Blake, Stephen Crane, Mark Twain, Walt Whitman, Langston Hughes, Zora Neale Hurston, and others. Hear Allen Ginsberg, Rita Dove, and Stanley Kunitz talk about their work. Watch videos of Americans discussing their favorite poems. Read a weekly column featuring an American poem. Use the guide to streaming video literature to find webcasts of writers discussing their work.
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TED402 Session 4 Spring 2011
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Kid's Character Builder-Confidence-Part 1 of 2
In part one of this video confidence is defined as the courage to try. Smuggles was excited about the upcoming duck dash race. Smuggles finds a small, sad duck hiding in a bush named Weatherby. Smuggles tries to help build confidence in Weatherby so he will participate in race. Cute song played. Some lyrics include "When you're feeling so small you can't see past the wall. Confidence will make you 10 feet tall". This is a great teaching resource for a teachable moment that arises in the classroo
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Frederick Douglas: Mini Biography
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Pete Seeger: Exclusive Clips and Interviews
This 2:28 video shows Seeger in concert singing "This Little Light of Mine." If you let the video run the three parts of the interview are shown reflecting his beliefs. Good insights for a student trying to understand how music can reflect a person's beliefs in making the world better. There are also interviews by Arlo Guthrie and Natalie Maines.
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Conférence du 24 janvier 2000 par Alain Prochiantz. On découvrit dans les années 1970, chez une mouche, la Drosophile, des mutations conduisant au remplacement de tout ou partie d'un organe par un autre organe. On observa, par exemple, des transformations de type antenne-patte, aile-balancier, ou aile-oeil. Ces mutations ont été dites homéotiques, l'organe d'un segment étant remplacé par l'organe homologue d'un autre segment. Les gènes homéotiques codent pour des facteurs de transc
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