Numbers Song in French--(Learn to Count from 1-10 in French)
In this cute, animated video, students will learn through song to count from 1-10 in French forwards and backwards. Students will enjoy the tune and the number people. This is a great resource to introduce French into the elementary classroom. (1:13)
Portrait of 2010 Nobel Laureates in Chemistry
A look at the lives and work of the 2010 Nobel Laureates in Chemistry Richard F. Heck, Ei-ichi Negishi and Akira Suzuki. For more information see: http://www.nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/chemistry/laureates/2010/
Under the skin of the red-fleshed apple
A mini-lecture by Dr Richard Espley on the genetic processes that lead to red flesh in apples.
Programs of Distinction - Flannery O'Connor Studies
Short biographical introduction to this famous Southern writer best known for eccentric, even grotesque characters and her wry, satiric style. O'Connor's Catholocism informs her writing on multiple levels. (1:28)
IStarUSA Power Division
iStarUSA specializes in OEM/ODM project and manufacture of industrial power supply, Rackmouunt chassis, Rackmount cabinets, and storage enclosures. Our designs are tailored specifically to fit our customers build their branded enterprise. http://www.istarusa.com/istarusa
Figurative Language (in Song)
Mrs. Abbott made this three-minute video for her class. She found the song "Figurative Language" on iTunes. The group who sings it is 'Rhythm, Rhyme, Results'.
Jasper County Telephone Exchange, Day Force
The Jasper County Telephone Exchange was started in the late 1890s by Abraham Halleck and John Bruner. In the mid-1910s it became the Jasper County Telephone Company. Women are seen here working as telephone operators.,Jasper County Journey
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Venice, Italy: The Doge's Palace
This three minute video provides a travel guide to touring Venice and examples of some of the most significant structures and the history of the city.
A Weed is a Flower: The Life of George Washington Carver
This video includes text, narration, and images from the story A Weed is a Flower: The Life of George Washington Carver written by Aliki. The book is listed on the corestandards.org website as part of the text exemplar list for grades K-1. (11:16)
Dick Lane remembers Dinah Washington. Program focuses on the music of Dinah Washington and the tradition of African American female musicians that she participated in. Host Hayes Burnett, a bass player, provides brief biographical information about Washington and interviews both Washington's husband Dick Lane and vocalist Mae Arnette (who was early in her career when Washington was at the height of hers). Both guests discuss what Washington was like, the origins of her music, the difficulties in
An undergraduate multi-state textbook for criminal justice, paralegal, pre-law and administration of justice courses in criminal law. Explores sources of law and the legal system, the Constitution, criminal defenses, elements of a crime, parties to crime, and most criminal offenses such as inchoate crimes, crimes against the person including criminal homicide and sex offenses, crimes against property, crimes against the public, and crimes against the government. The textbook is interactive, and
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Mattie on Larry King
Young poet, Mattie, appears on Larry King for an interview. (01:32)
Japanese woman survives Turkey quake
Nov 11 - Japanese woman travels to Ankara for medical treatment after surviving under rubble for five hours after an earthquake in Turkey. Rough cut (No reporter narration)
Eric Foner: 2011 National Book Festival
Historian Eric Foner appears at the 2011 National Book Festival. Speaker Biography: One of the nation's preeminent historians, Eric Foner has been on the faculty of Columbia University since 1982. His work ranges from the early history of the Republican Party to Reconstruction and slavery, and he has written extensively on the topics of liberty and freedom. His most recent work, "The Fiery Trial: Abraham Lincoln and American Slavery" (Norton), has been honored with the Pulitzer, Lincoln and Ban
Douglas Waller: 2011 National Book Festival
Journalist and author Douglas Waller appears at the 2011 National Book Festival. Speaker Biography: Douglas Waller, a former veteran correspondent for Newsweek and Time, has reported on the CIA for six years. Waller also covered the Pentagon, State Department, White House and Congress. He is the author of the best-sellers "The Commandos: The Inside Story of America's Secret Soldiers," which chronicled U.S. Special Operations Forces, and "Big Red: The Three-Month Voyage of a Trident Nuclear Subm
To What Degree? What Science is Telling Us About Climate Change
How do we know the climate is changing? How do we know what's causing it? Some of the world's leading climate scientists explore the science behind the headlines in this lively documentary.