Harry Potter - Quiz
So what do you know about Harry Potter?
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At the end of this unit you can understand an informative text on a website about lightning safety.
Engaging students in ethical debates
This case study outlines an investigation into the acceptance of a new pedagogical paradigm aiming to engage and inspire students in ethical and entrepreneurial activity
Minimum Measured Ozone Level in 1992
Stratospheric Ozone level for October 10, 1992.
Minimum Measured Ozone Level in 1991
Stratospheric Ozone level for October 5, 1991.
SeaWiFS: The Effect of the Congo on the Atlantic
By monitoring the color of reflected light via satellite, scientists can determine how successfully plant life is photosynthesizing. A measurement of photosynthesis is essentially a measurement of successful growth, and growth means successful use of ambient carbon. Until now, scientists have only had a continuous record of photosynthesis on land. But following three years of continual data collected by the SeaWiFS instrument, NASA has gathered the first record of photosynthetic productivity in
5.01. Some Fundamental Principles of Action Viral Hijackers Fossils - by StudyJams Food Vocabulary (Irish) Quiz 1 Depression Hayden Planetarium: Educator's Activities FROM ENGLISH TO FRENCH, Part #6 (starts with the letter 'T') Zoom to Montana Fires Showing SeaWiFS Data and the Landsat-7 Thermal Channel How Many Drops? Atoms: Protons, Neutrons, and Electrons - by StudyJams Dinosaurs: Ancient Fossils, New Discoveries San Francisco True Color Time Lapse from SeaWiFS
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Students learn how viruses invade host cells and hijack the hosts' cell-reproduction mechanisms in order to make new viruses, which can in turn attack additional host cells. Students also learn how the immune system responds to a viral invasion, eventually defeating the viruses -- if all goes well. Finally, they consider the special case of HIV, in which the virus' host cell is a key component of the immune system itself, severely crippling it and ultimately leading to AIDS. The associated activ
Fossils are preserved traces of remains of living things. Paleontologists who study fossils look for teeth, bones, shells, petrified wood, molds and casts, traces of carbon shadows, or even entire animals. Learn more about fossils with this slide show from StudyJams. Vibrant images are set to music while information is written under each photo. A short, self-checking quiz is also included with this link.
Questioning based on things associated with food.
This patient education program explains depression, the symptoms, causes and available treatment options. This is a MedlinePlus Interactive Health Tutorial from the National Library of Medicine, designed and developed by the Patient Education Institute.
This series of activities provides a sample of possibilities for using the Digital Universe with your students. The activities were drafted in consultation with classroom teachers and museum experts, but have yet to be pilot tested in classrooms. They are an initial exploration into the educational possibilities for using the Digital Universe data set in the classroom.
Each word appears on the screen in both English and French. Each word is said four times by a native French speaker. (26:38) Note: For some reason, the word 'three' (trois) is not heard.
This animation shows the western fires burning in Montana. The initial frame is a SeaWiFS image showing the smoke plume stretching clear across the country. The camera zooms into the source of the fires, flying through the smoke plume, and revealing a composite image of visible and thermal Landsat7 data.
In this lesson and its associated activity, students conduct a simple test to determine how many drops of each of three liquids can be placed on a penny before spilling over. The three liquids are water, rubbing alcohol, and vegetable oil; because of their different surface tensions, more water can be piled on top of a penny than either of the other two liquids. However, this is not the main point of the activity. Instead, students are asked to come up with an explanation for their observations
An atom is a tiny particle in matter, and atoms are made of protons, neutrons, and electrons. Some matter, like your body or your book, is made of lots of different kinds of atoms, but elements are made up of only one kind of atom. Learn more about atoms with this cartoon animation from StudyJams. A short, self-checking quiz is also included with this link.
This Web site, created to complement the Museum's Dinosaurs: Ancient Fossils, New Discoveries exhibit, offers a virtual visit to the Museum, complete with text, photos, video clips, audio interviews, and more. The site takes an in-depth look at modern paleontology and today's advanced technology.
Transitions between relatively cloud free true color scenes of the San Francisco region from SeaWiFS
Fossils - by StudyJams
Food Vocabulary (Irish) Quiz 1
Hayden Planetarium: Educator's Activities
FROM ENGLISH TO FRENCH, Part #6 (starts with the letter 'T')
Zoom to Montana Fires Showing SeaWiFS Data and the Landsat-7 Thermal Channel
How Many Drops?
Atoms: Protons, Neutrons, and Electrons - by StudyJams
Dinosaurs: Ancient Fossils, New Discoveries
San Francisco True Color Time Lapse from SeaWiFS