Bill Nye - Music (Part 1)
Music comes from many different things and many different places. But what is music? And how do we hear it? In this video, Bill Nye explains the science behind music. Some key vocabulary words in this video include: notes, vibration, waves, pitch, rhythm, patterns, eardrum, cochlea, auditory nerve, tuning fork, and air molecules. There are three parts to this video series. Run time 07:50.
Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten – 03.01.2011
Trainieren Sie Ihr Hörverstehen mit authentischen Materialien. Nutzen Sie die Nachrichten der Deutschen Welle von Montag – als Text und als verständlich gesprochene Audio-Datei. ALEXANDRIA: In der ägyptischen Hafenstadt ist es nach dem Bombenanschlag auf eine Kirche zu neuen Zusammenstößen zwischen Kopten und der Polizei gekommen. Diese setzte Tränengas ein. Die Demonstranten in Alexandria und der Hauptstadt Kairo forderten mehr Schutz für Christen in Ägypten. Auch in der Stadt Assiut
Lesson #001, Monday Hi, my name is Mike, and welcome to my new podcast called 'Let's Speak Italian.' This is a daily podcast, usually only lasting a couple minutes. Listen to it multiple times if you want, or just once. Enjoy! Mike
Hi, my name is Mike, and welcome to my new podcast called 'Let's Speak Italian.' This is a daily podcast, usually only lasting a couple minutes. Listen to it multiple times if you want, or just once. Enjoy!
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HIV Replication and Life Cycle
A very detailed despition of the life cycle of HIV.
National Pancake Day: Ideas for Pancakes
Celebrate National Pancake Day on September 26th by making some unusual pancakes that the family can participate and enjoy. This video has some interesting photos of these creations they might be motivating. Here is a simple history and some folklore for the class. http://pancakelovers.com/history/ Run time 01:02.
The Changing American Society
In the decades leading to the twenty-first century, American society underwent many changes that affected the way people lived and changed the face of America. Congress passed the Immigration Act in 1965 that removed restrictions based on natural origin, resulting in an increase in the number of immigrants coming to America. During the last two decades of the century nearly one million new immigrants entered the country every year. While the immigrants who had come to America in the 1800s and ea
How to Check Your Skin for Skin Cancer
How to Check Your Skin for Skin Cancer. Part of the series: Cancer Facts. Check your skin for skin cancer by looking for any lump or rapidly changing spot that has multiple colors on the body. Protect against skin cancer by wearing a hat and sunscreen when going in the...
Quiet business ending to 2010
Business summary: quiet ending for a strong year in stocks, first New Year's Eve in Times Square since attempted terrorist bombing in May, CVS to buy Medicare unit for $1.25 billion, Goldman to retake lead in M&A.
THE PUPILLARY LIGHT REFLEX
This short clip shows the Pupillary light Reflex.
"Very small jar with pin-hole-size opening in top. Black-on-white lightening belt-like designs. Star design 6 points around opening. Signature "Thomas Natseway Laguna/Acoma N.M. 83." Excellent condition."--Description from the Museum catalog.,This collection of Southwest Indian pottery was donated to the Holmes Museum of Anthropology by John A. Morgan in 2002.
Transportation Policy: Thinking Globally, Acting Locally and Walking the Talk
Why do so many sustainable transportation programs turn out, like the Alice in the Wonderland parable to lead us down unexpected paths? Fred Salvucci observes that true sustainable transport requires making more than short-term fixes. A sustainable transportation program is built upon the pyramid of three “E”s: equit
Leading through Adversity
Few companies have endured such hardship, or risen to such heights in a brief span of time as Akamai Technologies. Paul Sagan tells how he became the CEO of this young firm, and helped it survive and then flourish despite “unimaginable adversity.”
Brought up in a Chicago newspaper family, Sagan trained for a life in journalis
Visual Overviews for Cultural Heritage: Interactive Exploration for Scholars in the Humanities, Art
A focus on designing technologies that allow the "visualization of things not visible" has been at the center of Ben Shneiderman’s work over the past two decades. He advocates the discovery of temporal patterns, relationships and clusters via an empowering user experience which enables discovery at a customizable pace and
CI Days 2010 at Purdue How can I use CI in the classroom?
CI Days 2010 at Purdue December 9, 2010 How can I use CI in the classroom? Successful classroom experiences from faculty using CI: Nancy Pelaez, Biological Sciences; Ralph Johnson, Forestry and Natural Resources; Mary Sadowski, Technology; Charles Calahan, Child Development and Family Studies and Karen Chang, Nursing
Boiler Bytes: FIRST Lego League Competition
Purdue FIRST Programs have been a successful collaboration between Purdue University and the surrounding community. Through the Robotics, and Junior Robotics programs as well as the regional events, Purdue FIRST Programs has been and will continue to be an innovative program. http://www.purduefirst.org/
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Pope targets Pakistan blasphemy law
Pope Benedict calls on Pakistan to repeal its controversial blasphemy law that condemns those who speak against Islam to death.
Lesson #006, Monday Di dove sei (tu)? = Where are you from? (informal) Di dov'e' (Lei)? = Where are you from? (formal) Sono di...= I am from... Dov'e'...? = Where is...? Ecco... = Here is... And here are some famous cities and their Italian and English pronunciations. Roma = Rome Milano = Milan Venezia = Venice Firenze = Florence Napoli = Naples
Di dove sei (tu)? = Where are you from? (informal)
Di dov'e' (Lei)? = Where are you from? (formal)
Sono di...= I am from...
Dov'e'...? = Where is...?
Ecco... = Here is...
And here are some famous cities and their Italian and English pronunciations.
Roma = Rome
Milano = Milan
Venezia = Venice
Firenze = Florence
Napoli = Naples
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