Northwest PRECEDENT: If They Are So Special, Why Can't They Get Dental Care?
Watch a discussion of a study to investigate training, beliefs, and practice patterns regarding treating child and adult patients with mild to moderate special health care needs. View the series online at: http://www.uwtv.org/video/series.aspx?id=22826181
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Tara Suri & Niha Jain - Learning to Fail
Tara Suri and Niha Jain researched failure when they were 13 and how there was very little about the possibility and how failure can be the start of doing better The speakers go into details about what they tried to do in places such as India and how they failed. A good video to shows students that failure is not an end, but a start. (9:17)
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Description: Portage la Prairie. Prince of Wales' tour of Canada, 1919, a volume of photographs published by the Canadian Pacific Railway


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"Glycolysis Time" Song
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Global Commodities with Dr Anne Gerritsen
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Verb Song from Grammaropolis - "Lights! Camera!! Action Verb!!!" (Action and Linking Verbs)
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Hall of Biodiversity
Just like the permanent exhibit it was created to complement, the online Hall of Biodiversity showcases the beauty, diversity, and abundance of life on Earth while warning of the threats posed by human activity. Along with a brief introduction to the exhibit, it includes these four sections: Spectrum of Life - A virtual journey through 3.5 billion years of evolution on Earth. The interactive cladogram includes detailed information on more than 25 diverse life forms. Transformation of the Biosphe
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Summary

In this section, you have begun to explore your knowledge about what language is and how you use it in your everyday life. In particular, you have seen that:

  • language (including literacy) is an inescapable part of everyday life;

  • language is a highly developed and specifically human system for making meaning;

  • using language involves coordinating a wide and complex range of knowledge of:

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2.1 Language in everyday life

Language is an ever-present feature of human life. In the developed world in particular, we are surrounded by language. Radio and television provide a soundtrack to the lives of many people. Written language is part of everything from cereal packets and street signs, to relatively new technologies such as email and text messaging. If you were completely alone, far away from any other people or any kind of human contact, how long would it be before words came into your head, perhaps because of
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Using Computation to Validate Predictability of Materials Models
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People have always communicated with each other – initially by face-to-face communication through gestures and sounds, then over a distance through written messages and signals in the form of fires, lights or flags. Technology, for instance in the form of electrical signals, has reduced many of the limitations of distance. Communication networks have become very important, and modern society depends on them for the smooth operation of economic and social activities. In this unit we regard a
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The Verdict: did Labour change Britain?
We've had Mandelson's memoirs, Blair's book and Brown biographies: in this lecture Polly Toynbee and David Walker look at what the Labour government in power from 1997 meant for people's lives by charting what it accomplished. Polly Toynbee is an author and a political and social commentator for the Guardian. David Walker edits Public and was formerly chief leader writer of the Independent. They are co-authors of The Verdict: Did Labour Change Britain?
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Breakingviews: Dimon vs Weill
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GS-13: Saving files
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Monkeys Travel to Space
On May 28, 1959, in an experiment that would lead the way to manned space flight, the United States launched two monkeys to an altitude of 300 miles. In this video clip, A Voice of America news report details the travels of the two primates who survived the space flight and were the first in history to return safely to Earth. (2:00)
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Reuters Today: World's growth engine barely growing at all
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Handleiding uitgewerkt door studenten van UGent. Bevat: casebespreking, rechten en plichten, dominospel van opvoedingsdiensten, infofiche van opvoedingsdiensten. Handig om  hiervoor een aantal brochure te verzamelen als ondersteunend …


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