På onsdagen berättade Klartext att det finns för mycket farlig strålning i vattnet i Japans huvudstad Tokyo. Vi berättade också att allt fler äldre i Sverige blir lurade av tjuvar.
Voicing Your Views: Letter to the Editor
Students will explore the editorial section of the newspaper and understand what it is.
Guide to using CINAHL (Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health)
Guide to using CINAHL (Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health) - Susan Dawson Keywords:CINAHL
The Webcat and other library resources
The Webcat and other library resources - Nick Graffy Keywords:library
BSc Audiology session 1, 2010
BSc Audiology session 1, 2010 - Isobel Stark Keywords:library induction
HIV 1 Design Pitch 1/4
Design pitch presentation from HIV 1 team in 20.380, Spring 2011
Japanese Nuclear Reactors Explained for Students
Mr. Mac explains to his students what happened to the Japanese nuclear reactors, in kid-friendly language and drawings. (Teacher is John McChesney, Director of Rock-it Science, a Silicon Valley nonprofit organization.) (14:29)
When You Subtract With a Pirate -
Kids have been talking about pirates all year so... BOOOOOM- here we go w/ a pirate subtraction song! Lyrics are included on the screen. Several subtraction examples are provided within the video. (04:34)
Meet Blake: CSM Kids' College Alumni - And Future Academy Award Winner
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Episode 131: What seems to be the antimatter?: Where experimental particle physics meets cloud compu Numbers All Around - Song 5 Little Turkeys - Counting Song EBI Seminar - James "Ned" Jackson 40th Anniversary Alumni Panel: "The Economy" Outstanding Advisor Award: Academic Spotlight Human Health and Global Change - Harvard Forest Employer Obligations - Mini Lecture Nurul Izzah Anwar in conversation with Nicholas Farrelly, March 2011 The Alphabet Chant Alphabet Chant (regular version)
This music video includes upbeat music, catchy lyrics, and high-quality pictures to help students understand that numbers are all around us. Lyrics include, "Numbers all around. Numbers on a sign. Numbers on the ground.... How many ears on a bunny? (2) How many tails on a dog? (1) How many legs on a horse? (4) How many legs on a spider? (8) How many trunks on an elephant? (1)...." Lyrics are also provided on the screen. (02:05)
Numbers All Around- Song b
Here is another version of the classic tune - 5 LITTLE TURKEYS. Lyrics include, "5 little turkeys standing at the door 1 waddled off, and then there were 4. 4 little turkeys standing near a tree 1 waddled off, and then...." This would be a great song to use with a unit about Thanksgiving Day. Lyrics are also written on the screen. (0:51)
Envisioning a Renewables-Based Chemical and Energy Industry: Strategies and Transformations for the Biomass Refinery EBI Seminar Speaker James "Ned" Jackson joined the chemistry faculty at Michigan State University in 1988, where he is now a professor. His research interests include experimental and computational studies of dihydrogen bonding, reactive intermediates, design of organic molecular magnetic materials, and development of renewables-based catalytic pathways to "petrochemicals" and fu
Alumni Panel: "The Economy", Discussion Led By Professor Robert Reich As the School enters its 40th year, we are very excited to celebrate the accomplishments and impact our alumni have made to the field of public policy by convening a series of panels focused on discussing contemporary public policy issues. These panels will feature alumni experts, with discussion led by a GSPP faculty member. The Richard & Rhoda Goldman School of Public Policy http://gspp.berkeley.edu
Faculty and staff at Missouri State University are dedicated to assisting students throughout their college careers, and one essential role is that of the Academic Advisor. In 2010, two Missouri State University academic advisors were selected for national recognition by the National Academic Advising Association. The Outstanding Advisor Award is presented to individuals who have demonstrated qualities associated with an outstanding academic advising of students or outstanding academic advisin
Human health and global change -- Kristina Stinson Harvard Forest Symposium, March 15, 2011
A mini-lecture on employer obligations, looking at what obligations employers have to their employees. This will cover Health and Safety, Sick Pay, Maternity Pay, Parental Leave and Unfair Dismissal.
In this video from the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific, Nurul Izzah Anwar discusses her political life and the challenges that lay ahead for Malaysian politics with Nicholas Farrelly, editor of New Mandala. Nurul Izzah Anwar is the Vice-President of the opposition PKR and the member for Parliament for Lembah Pantai. The video was recorded at the Hedley Bull Centre, The Australian National University in March 2011.
Check out the cool version of the Alphabet Chant from the Fast-Track Phonics program. On the screen, each letter is combined with a picture of an object that begins with that letter. (01:58)
This is the "regular" version of the Alphabet Chant (but preceded by the hip-hop version.) Lyrics are included on the screen. (01:21)
Numbers All Around - Song
5 Little Turkeys - Counting Song
EBI Seminar - James "Ned" Jackson
40th Anniversary Alumni Panel: "The Economy"
Outstanding Advisor Award: Academic Spotlight
Human Health and Global Change - Harvard Forest
Employer Obligations - Mini Lecture
Nurul Izzah Anwar in conversation with Nicholas Farrelly, March 2011
The Alphabet Chant
Alphabet Chant (regular version)