Guide For Tutors In Disciplines In The Humanities And Social Sciences
Since you are reading this, you are, or are about to become, a tutor (n.). Congratulations. This is an achievement, and one which you can use to extend yourself as well as to make a real difference to the lives of fellow students. To tutor (v.) gives you an opportunity to really get to grips with your own understanding of your discipline, and to help others discover their understanding. Experience and understanding gained in tutoring can help you in your post-university career as you lead teams
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The Great Plant Escape
Each of the lessons in this program is interdisciplinary, designed to introduce students to plant science and increase their understanding of how foods grow. Activities enhance student's math, science, language arts, social studies, music and art. You have many options in this program. Choose any or all of the suggested activities for your class. Many activities are for students to work independently and some are for group work.
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Clear Sunscreen: How Light Interacts with Matter
This unit explores issues related to size and scale, specifically the effect of the size of nanopowders on the interactions of energy and matter (e.g., the absorption of light, addressing the electromagnetic spectrum and associated wavelengths). For example, old sunscreens use "large" zinc oxide particles, which block ultraviolet light but scatter visible light, giving the cream a white color. If nanopowders of zinc oxide are used instead, the cream is transparent, because the diameter of each n
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Sine Ratios
This video describes how sine ratios, along with cosine and tangent ratios, are ratios of the lengths of two sides of the triangle. Sine ratios in particular are the ratios of the length of the side opposite the angle they represent over the hypotenuse. Sine ratios are useful in trigonometry when dealing with triangles and circles. (2:41)
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Ancient Japan
Japan during the time period of 1000AD 1200AD is the subject of this student made four minute video. A fair overview, but it may be best as an example of what other students could do.
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Point of View
This professionally-made video from Brain Pop uses simple terms and cartoon animation to help explain an author's point of view?Â  Key vocabulary words include: first person,Â second person, third person limited, Â and third person omniscient.Â Â Written examples are also provided within the video.Â  Run time 04:15.
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Tim and Moby Explain an Eclipse
This professionally-made video from Brain Pop uses simple terms and computer animation to help explain an exclipse.Â  Other key vocabulary words include: orbit, lunar eclipse, solar eclipse, partial eclipse, total solar eclipse, penumbra, antumbra, and corona. Closed captioning is also included in this video. Run time 02:40.
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Paris Through the Window: Marc Chagall and His Circle
March 1, 2011 - July 10, 2011: As a symbol of culture, freedom, and modernity, the city of Paris held a magnetic attraction for artists from Eastern Europe during the early decades of the twentieth century. The exhibition will focus in particular on the paintings that Marc Chagall made between 1910 and 1920, including the artistâ€™s early masterpiece Half-Past Three (The Poet), of 1911, which has long been considered one of the great treasures of the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
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Exploring childrens' learning
How does a childâ€™s mind and behaviour change as they develop over time? In this unit four theories of child development are explored. Each theory views child development from a different perspective and all have underpinned psychological research for many years, and continue to do so today. By the end of this unit you will have a good understanding of each of the theories and will probably have begun to challenge your own assumptions about how your own children, or children you know, have deve
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21L.995 Special Topics in Literature: Milton's "Paradise Lost" (MIT)
In this 3-unit class, we will read Milton's epic poem Paradise Lost. The goal of the class is for students to come away feeling comfortable with its language and argument; meeting in a small group will also allow us to talk about the key questions and issues raised by the poem. This course is offered during the Independent Activities Period (IAP), which is a special 4-week term at MIT that runs from the first week of January until the end of the month.
Author(s): Fuller, Mary

Weather Underground: Midwest Temperature
This commercial website offers weather data from throughout the country. This section focuses on Midwest Temperature. Users can click on weather contour maps and find local weather forecasts. Data also includes wind-chill, humidity, dew point, visibility, snow, jet stream and visible satellite maps. Health maps, UV forecast, flu activity and air quality are also available. From this site users can link to different regions of the United State and individual states and access weather information
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Photos from: A Cold War Tourist and His Camera
http://now.concordia.ca In the just-published A Cold War Tourist and His Camera, art history professor Martha Langford and her brother, a political scientist at the University of Victoria, analyse the cultural and political context of their father's unusual collection of slides.
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21A.219 Law and Society (MIT)
Law is a common and yet distinct aspect of everyday life in modern societies. This course examines the central features of law as a social institution and as a feature of popular culture. We will explore the nature of law as a set of social systems, central actors in the systems, legal reasoning, and the relationship of the legal form and reasoning to social change. The course emphasizes the relationship between the internal logic of legal devices and economic, political and social pro
Author(s): Silbey, Susan S.

Inside PennSound
All the poetry you care to download is free for the asking at PennSound, a project of the University of Pennsylvania. From an office in Kelly Writers House www.writing.upenn.edu/~wh/, co-founders and co-directors Al Filreis and Charles Bernstein take viewers inside PennSound www.writing.upenn.edu/pennsound/. Listen to them on the PoemTalk blog www.poemtalkatkwh.blogspot.com/. Al Filreis' web log is at www.afilreis.blogspot.com/. Charles Bernstein blogs at http://epc.buffalo.edu/authors/bernste
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The 1920's: The Jazz Age
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Pain from the Past: A conversation with a psychiatrist and a scientist about post traumatic stress
Watch video of Dr. Paul W. Ragan, associate professor of psychiatry, andÂ Carrie Jones, assistant professor of pharmacology, speaking March 3. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, or PTSD, is a severe anxiety disorder that occurs in people whoÂ have experienced physical or psychological trauma. Triggering events can include experiencesÂ like military combat, car accidents, or childhood abuse. PTSD iskeep reading »
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 Information from practice, consulting and research on the subject of organic vegetables and potato cultivation. By DI Roswitha Six, Andreas Kranzler, Katharina Hanz (Research Institute of Organic Agriculture FiBL Austria)Author(s): No creator setLicense informationRelated content Same Side Angles This video describes how angles are formed when two parallel lines are intersected by a transversal (same side interior (between the parallel lines) and same side exterior (outside the parallel lines)). Since alternate interior and alternate exterior angles are congruent and since linear pairs of angles are supplementary, same side angles are supplementary. (1:53)Author(s): No creator setLicense informationRelated content Copyright 2009 University of Nottingham