key to writing and grammar task "Von der Uni zum Buerger"
key to writing and grammar task "Von der Uni zum Buerger".
Catholic Easter Vigil 2011 (4/23/2011)
Duke Catholic Center's Celebration of the Eucharist Fr. Michael Martin, OFM, presiding http://catholic.duke.edu Holy Saturday - Vigil in the Holy Night of Easter, 8pm Service begins @ 7:42 Homily begins @ 1:14:52 Catechumens (Those unbaptized receiving the sacraments of initiation) ~ Chad Helton -- Duke Medicine ~ Herbert Pang ~ Hong Zhu Candidates (Baptized Christians being welcomed into full communion in the Church) ~ Dr. Christian Proctor, Ph.D. G'87 ~ John Anthony Richey Musical perfor
A Washington Sketchbook: Drawings by Robert L. Dickinson, 1917-18
New York physician Robert L. Dickinson was stationed in Washington during World War I and in his free time was a prolific artist. An avid nature lover, he explored both sides of the Potomac River, sketching the woodsy and idyllic scenery that captured a now-vanished way of life. His work is the subject of a new book by Gail Dickersin Spilsbury. Speaker Biography: Gail Dickersin Spilsbury is also the author of "Rock Creek Park" (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2003), and she has been an editor a
Faculty Advising Session: Public Interest
Faculty Advising Session: Public Interest
Northeastern Track & Field • 2012 Solomon Invitational
The Northeastern men's and women's track & field teams closed out their outdoor home slate on Saturday, April 14 at Solomon Outdoor Track in Dedham, Mass. WE DO NOT OWN ANY OF THIS MUSIC.
Article :: Setting Up a Project in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6
This excerpt walks you through how to set up a project in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6, including choosing project settings, rendering and playback settings, video and audio display settings, and capture format settings; creating scratch disks; using sequence presets; and customizing sequence settings.
Science Bulletins: Vesta—A New Look at an Ancient Asteroid
Vesta, the second-largest object in the asteroid belt, is bright enough to be seen from Earth without a telescope. Now, thanks to NASA's Dawn spacecraft, scientists can take a much closer look at Vesta. As Dawn orbits Vesta at low altitude, it captures high-resolution images of the asteroid's surface. Vesta's scarred, cratered landscape is marked by deposits of bright and dark minerals, which appear most frequently at impact sites. Other observations identify Vesta as compositionally similar to
Galileo y sin embargo se mueve - parte 1 de 12
En 1633, la inquisición sometió a Galileo Galillei a un
proceso en el que se vio obligado a ponerse de rodillas y abjurar de sus teorías acerca del movimiento de la tierra.
Según cuenta la tradición, al levantarse murmuró: "!Eppur, si muove!"
("!y sin embargo, se mueve!") lo que demostraría que, a pesar de la
"confesión", seguía pensando del mismo modo.
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Interactive Math Story about Money--Counting Coins
In this video students will be introduced to counting coins in an interactive story format with cute farm animals. The story pauses for students to count the coins displayed on the screen. Then the answered is said verbally and in written format. This is a great resource to introduce and/or to review coins in the elementary classroom. (1:57)
Aquariums Relieve Stress for Cancer Patients
By: mdanderson The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center has 63 aquariums in waiting areas throughout its campus, three of them being saltwater fish. Employees at MD Anderson share their stories about the calming affects the aquariums have on its cancer patients, care givers, visitors and employees.
TED Ed--Stories: Legacies of Who We Are (Civil Rights Movement)
Storyteller and educator Awele Makeba combines performing arts and history to tell a powerful story from the American civil rights movement. This is a great resource to help build background knowledge and to help make real world connections between the Civil Rights Movement and the classroom. (9:02)
Barnum Brown: The Man Who Discovered Tyrannosaurus rex
This four minute video explains the life of the man who is called the greatest dinosaur collector of all time, Barnum Brown helped
the American Museum of Natural History establish its world-class fossil
collection. This video shows some of the science he used and has interviews with those who worked with him. This video could be used to show students how scientists work or as a biography.
Race Walking seminar
A Leeds Metropolitan University taught physiology practical class utilising the Great Britain elite race walking group as a case study, within the MSc Sport and Exercise Science suite of courses. Tutors and students describe the mutual benefits and experiences gained from such classes. For further details please see the below: http://courses.leedsmet.ac.uk/sportandexercisescience_msc http://courses.leedsmet.ac.uk/sportandphysiology_msc
Web 2.0 tools en onderwijs : Nederland van boven Helikopterbeelden die zonder ondersteunend geluid het volgende illustreren:
Helikopterbeelden die zonder ondersteunend geluid het volgende illustreren:
Mijn Kaart : Betaalkaarten Je vindt heel wat uitleg en filmpjes over de verschillende betaalkaarten. Er is ook wat uitleg over de verschillende plaatsen waar je met een kaart kunt betalen, zoals bijvoorbeeld het tankstation. Ook de veiligheid van betaalkaarten komt …
Je vindt heel wat uitleg en filmpjes over de verschillende betaalkaarten. Er is ook wat uitleg over de verschillende plaatsen waar je met een kaart kunt betalen, zoals bijvoorbeeld het tankstation. Ook de veiligheid van betaalkaarten komt …
Number Eating Alligator Song (Greater Than and Less Than)
This cute animated video sings about the number eating alligator. The alligator compares the two numbers and decides he wants to chomp the biggest number. This is a great resource to introduce the greater than and less than symbols to the elementary classroom. (1:00)
Jacqueline Kennedy's timeless style and poise made her an icon of American History. Her inaugural ball gown is a highlight of the National Museum of American History's "First Ladies" exhibit. (01:47)
"Mood Disorders and Creativity" Johns Hopkins Provost's Lecture Series
Johns Hopkins University Provost's Lecture Series. Kay Redfield Jamison, Ph.D., The Dalio Family Professor in Mood Disorders, Professor of Psychiatry, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine presents, "Mood Disorders and Creativity" at Mason Hall Auditorium on the Homewood Campus of Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland, March 13, 2012
Bristle Dolls: Bai Dacheng Artist At Work
2:22 Bristle dolls have truncated clay cores. Bai glues boar bristles onto their wide bottoms. While the figures were originally clothed in paper, they are now clothed in silk. The silk clothing is backed by rice paper that Bai makes himself, and it is attached to the dolls with flour paste. The dolls made by Bai’s teacher were made of paper and were also much smaller.