Why We do the Same Thing to Both Sides, Part 4 - Khan Academy
Sal Khan explains the basics of algebraic equations. (04:39)
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2.3 Coping with difficult parts
Reading is an essential skill for all of us and developing our skills in reading is a good investment. This unit is packed with practical activities which are aimed at making reading more enjoyable and rewarding. This unit also includes sections on how to read actively and critically.
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Anderson, S., Murray, L. and Maharg, P. (2003) ‘Minority and social diversity in legal education’, Edinburgh, Scottish Executive Social Research.
Bichard, M. (2004) The Bichard Inquiry Report, London, The Stationery Office.
Braye, S. and Preston-Shoot, M. with Cull, L.-A., Johns, R. and Roche, J. (2005) Teaching, Learning and Assessment of Law in Social Wo
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5.1 Energy services
Access to safe, clean and sustainable energy supplies is one of the greatest challenges facing humanity during the twenty-first century. This unit will survey the world’s present energy systems and their sustainability problems, together with some of the possible solutions to those problems and how these might emerge in practice.
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Ice Drillers are Hard Core
Deciphering the secrets of past climate hidden in ice cores depends on the technical skills and ingenuity under pressure of drillers from ICDS, the University of Wisconsin-Madison's Ice Coring and Drilling Services. In this video, ICDS staffers Lou, Mike and Jay explain why they enjoy the life of drillers, braving extreme cold in some of the remotest regions of the globe. Mike says drilling requires both science and art, and why he keeps his hand on the cable even when it's minus 20; Lou talks a
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From birch logs to the handy tool that helps you clean your teeth.
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1.4.5 Case study 2: Li’s death – a residential home death

Li was a resident in a home where she had lived for the previous five years. She had led an exciting and unusual life, travelling from China at the age of 30 and living in England for the remainder of her life. After her husband’s death Li felt unable to live alone and moved into a residential home which employed some Chinese-speaking staff and had a small Chinese day unit attached to it. Li maintained her use of Chinese language, and continued to wear Chinese clothes. Despite these strong
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5.3 ‘A positive valorisation is assigned to one's own nation, granting it specific claims ove

Just how a nation is prioritised over other communities will have an important impact on how the terms of this second element are played out. A nation that sees itself in pluralistic or liberal terms for example – which may celebrate cultural diversity as part of its very sense of a collective identity – is, on the face of it, less likely to make particular demands or to institute extensive controls on the behaviour of its members. On the other hand, a nation that is imagined in terms of
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El maestrazo de la serie Espacios Naturales de TVE - parte 4 de 4
Estos videos son de la serie Espacios naturales de TVE. Hay cuatro partes que son las siguientes: 1.introducción general (1:10) 2.sus pueblos (1:57) 3.El Maestrazgo bajo la nieve (3:04) 4.La cabra montés (1:56)

Cada video trae una actividad para completar.

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Richard Taylor
Carmen Fields reports that Richard Taylor (Secretary of Transportation and Construction) will preside over the Central Artery/Third Harbor Tunnel Construction Project in Boston. Fields notes that Taylor is one of the few African American Republicans in Massachusetts. Fields interviews Taylor. Taylor talks about his reasons for being a Republican and his career in business. Taylor talks about his commitment to affirmative action and his plans to encourage participation by women and minorities in
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Obesity is Socially Contagious
Are your friends making you fat? Or keeping you slender? According to new research from Harvard and the University of California, San Diego, the short answer on both counts is "yes.”
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Las emociones de Niko con VOCABULARIO
Niko comparte sus emociones con nosotros en español con frases sencillas como "estoy contento" y "estoy triste". Ideal para estudiantes empezando clases de español. 1:21
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Cindy Klein-Banai
In this module, various ways buildings affect the environment and the characteristics of sustainable buildings are discussed.
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Studio Art Alumnus Brian Rutenberg -- Alumni Profile -- College of Charleston School of the Arts
Brian Rutenberg received his BFA from the College of Charleston in 1987 and his MFA from the School of Visual Arts in New York City in 1989. He currently lives and works in New York City. Rutenberg had his first solo exhibition with Forum Gallery in Los Angeles in 2000. Forum Gallery, New York became Rutenberg's primary representative. He has since hosted solo exhibitions at more than 50 galleries across the U.S. And participated in twice as many group exhibitions. He has received many major awa
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Whether it’s produced for a client or as a professional portfolio, designed as a gift or simply to preserve precious memories, a photo book makes a great way to share and showcase your images. The Book module makes it easy to design beautiful, sophisticated book layouts, and then publish them without leaving Lightroom.
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Three New Facts About Denisovans
Hank brings us some late-breaking news from the genus Homo - a team of scientists has sequenced the genome of the Denisova hominin, the latest member to be added to the human family tree. (03:11)
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China's shine fades for equity investors
Aug. 29 - Chinese stocks have tumbled to three-year lows, and analysts say the outlook will remain grim as long as corporate governance stays weak and locals stick to the sidelines.
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Have you ever wondered how you could improve your pronunciation of the language you are learning? Watch this and get some insights into what is possible. (06:17)
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