Lesson 310 — Brazil and its geography "Experimental Microbial Genetics, Fall 2008" "Theory of Solids II, Spring 2009" "Gender and Media Studies: Women and the Media, Fall 2008" Japancast Ep. 22 – Learn Japanese @ Japancast.net Lesson 49 – Coffee Break Spanish Lesson 57 – Coffee Break Spanish America's War on Immigrants: Causes, Consequences, and Solutions - December 10, 2009 Numbers Part 1 Slavery and Abolitionism in Canada Part I Bytesize Science Presents: The Chemistry of Fireworks on Vimeo Gifts From the Earth Plate Tectonics The Elegant Universe - Einstein's Relativity Building on What We Know: Cognitive Processing Different Kinds of Smart: Multiple Intelligences Anarchy and Economy Nina Jablonski Breaks the Illusion of Skin Color Asking Yes/No Questions Numbers Part 2
In this lesson you will learn about Brazil and its geography and will practice sentence building. This is a continuation and an English version of lesson 269
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" In this class, students engage in independent research projects to probe various aspects of the physiology of the bacterium Pseudomonas aeruginosa PA14, an opportunistic pathogen isolated from the lungs of cystic fibrosis patients. Students use molecular genetics to examine survival in stationary phase, antibiotic resistance, phase variation, toxin production, and secondary metabolite production. Projects aim to discover the molecular basis for these processes using both classical and cutting
" This is the second term of a theoretical treatment of the physics of solids. Topics covered include linear response theory; the physics of disorder; superconductivity; the local moment and itinerant magnetism; the Kondo problem and Fermi liquid theory."
" This course examines representations of race, class, gender, and sexual identity in the media. We will be considering issues of authorship, spectatorship, (audience) and the ways in which various media content (film, television, print journalism, advertising) enables, facilitates, and challenges these social constructions in society. In addition, we will examine how gender and race affects the production of media, and discuss the impact of new media and digital media and how it has transformed
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This week on Coffee Break Spanish we’re taking a further look at adjectives and we’ll be doing more practice using adjectives and making them agree with the word they describe. We’ll also take a look at describing people, including talking about hair and eyes. Members’ Materials | Purchase Season Pass | iTun
It’s time to put into practice what you’ve been learning about the preterite tense. In this week’s episode Mark challenges Kara to an identity quiz using lots of preterite tenses to describe the lives of the mystery personalities. Members’ Materials | Purchase Season Pass | iTunes | RSS
The President’s Lecture Series was established by President Shirley M. Tilghman in the fall of 2001 to give Princeton’s faculty an opportunity to learn about the work of their colleagues in other disciplines and to share their research with the University community. First proposed by Alan B. Krueger, the Lynn Bendheim Thoman, Class of 1976, and Robert Bendheim, Class of 1937, Professor in Economics and Public Policy, the lectures are presented three times a year and are open to the public.
Early learners can learn numbers in this clip. The narrator tells students to listen the number and repeat. The number is shown on the slide and repeated 2 times. the numbers go up to 30 and then the slip count by 10's all the way up to 100 and then shows thousands and millions numbers. More practice at: http://homepage.mac.com/nathanjschaub/abc/index.htm
Slavery was an expensive proposition and Canada, which never really took off. However, numerous attempts were made to establish the practice. This video examines its historic background, and looks at factors related to the endeavour in Canada.
From the sizzle of the fuse to the boom and burst of colors ––a new American Chemical Society (ACS) video brings you all of the exciting sights and sounds of Fourth of July fireworks. The Chemistry of Fireworks, part of the ACS Holiday Video Series, illustrates in brilliant high-definition detail how the familiar rockets and other neat products that light up the night sky all represent chemistry in action. The video, released today, features a demonstration by fireworks expert John A. Conkli
By examining the earth's mineral and energy sources, scientists analyze how the theory of plate tectonics has revolutionized the search for earth's treasures that lie hidden in locations such as the Red Sea and Antarctic ice cap.
For centuries, scientists tried to explain why there were volcanoes in some places in the world but not others. Then they discovered that the Earth's surface is divided into a number of pieces called plates. This video uses images along with computer animation and narration to discuss the movement of these plates, called the continental drift. Other key words include the plate tectonic theory, crust, mantle, convection, constructive plate boundary, magma, friction, volcano, earthquake, and
Einstein's General Theory of Relativity explained. See how Einstein solved a problem encountered by Newton - namely, how gravity works... Run time 07:26.
This 30 minute program covers how prior knowledge, expectations, context, and practice affect processing and using information and making connections. Featured are a first-grade teacher, a ninth- and 10th-grade mathematics teacher, and a special education teacher.
This program delves into Harvard University professor Howard Gardner’s theory of multiple intelligences, describing how people have learning skills that differ in significant ways. Featured are teachers who share a class of five- through eight-year-olds, including several mainstreamed special needs students, and a ninth- and 10th-grade social studies teacher, with commentary from Howard Gardner.
This video introduces topics of economics and market anarchy. What we believe to be true about economic theory has far reaching implications. What we believe about economics affects how we run our societies, what sort of government we support, and if we should even support one at all. It is a slide show with narration.
Nina Jablonski says that differing skin colors and pigmentations are simply our bodies' adaptation to varied climates and levels of UV exposure. Charles Darwin disagreed with this theory, but she explains, that's because he did not have access to NASA. Nina Jablonski is author of Skin: A Natural History, a close look at human skin’s many remarkable traits: its colors, its sweatiness, and the fact that we decorate it. Run time 14:46.
The video begins with some sample questions. There is an explanation of how to form Yes/ No questions. The explanation is done in English and there are comparisons between both languages. There is some practice at the end.
Learn to count by listening and repeating as numbers are shown. The numbers go quickly all the way up to 100. More practice at: http://homepage.mac.com/nathanjschaub/abc/index.htm
"Experimental Microbial Genetics, Fall 2008"
"Theory of Solids II, Spring 2009"
"Gender and Media Studies: Women and the Media, Fall 2008"
Japancast Ep. 22 – Learn Japanese @ Japancast.net
Lesson 49 – Coffee Break Spanish
Lesson 57 – Coffee Break Spanish
America's War on Immigrants: Causes, Consequences, and Solutions - December 10, 2009
Numbers Part 1
Slavery and Abolitionism in Canada Part I
Bytesize Science Presents: The Chemistry of Fireworks on Vimeo
Gifts From the Earth
The Elegant Universe - Einstein's Relativity
Building on What We Know: Cognitive Processing
Different Kinds of Smart: Multiple Intelligences
Anarchy and Economy
Nina Jablonski Breaks the Illusion of Skin Color
Asking Yes/No Questions
Numbers Part 2