Learning the Alphabet
This educational video provides a great way to learn the alphabet. It
includes the sounds that each letter makes, and has pictures of
different items to go along with each letter. Itâ€™s a great and fun way
for children to learn the alphabet.

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To the Shores of Iwo Jima (ca.1945) 1 of 2
Incredible color footage of the Battle of Iwo Jima An Academy Award nominee for Best Documentary, this 20 minute Technicolor production unfolds with graphic energy the nearly month long battle for Iwo Jima, a volcanic island lying 700 miles southeast of Japan, in which 20000 Japanese and nearly 7000 American fighting men were killed, a struggle eternalized by Joe Rosenthal's photograph of five Marines and a Navy corpsman raising a giant U.S. flag atop 550 foot high Mt. Suribachi, cinematically c
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Standard Form of a Linear Equation
This video clip describes how lines expressed in the standard form of a linear equation are commonly seen, especially when looking at and writing systems of linear equations. The standard form of a linear equation puts the x and y terms on the left hand side of the equation, and makes the coefficient of the x-term positive. While standard form is commonly, we sometimes rewrite a line in slope-intercept form in order to graph it. (1:13)
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Wild Kratts-Polar Bears Don't Dance-Part 2 of 2-Animation
In part 2 of this video, the Kratt Brothers use the "creature power" of the walrus and the polar bear to help the cubs find their mommas and rescue them from the evil Zach. Students will enjoy this fun video as they learn about these two fascinating creatures. At the end of the video there is real footage of walruses with an emphasis on the importance of flippers. Legs are for lands and flippers for water-Every creature has special features.This is a good teaching resource for a lesson/unit on t
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Be-You{tiful} ISU Students Speak Out
Ever wonder what other Redbirds think about the messages the media sends us about beauty and attractiveness? Take a look at a video featuring REAL Illinois State University students talking about their perspectives and experiences with this common challenge.
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OrganisĂ© en collaboration avec le labex Tepsis et le concours de l'Institut CDC pourÂ  la Recherche

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Incredibly Beautiful Snow Crystals
This a slideshow of beautiful snow crystals (snowflakes). These still images were taken by a professor at Cal Tech and they are mesmerizing. The music is a ballad by Hayley Westenra. (03:14)
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Michael Flatley Lord Of The Dance
Riverdance Cry Of The Celts (4:56)
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Tables are used as a way of describing what you are talking about in a structured format. They tend to be used to present figures, either as a summary or as a starting point for discussion. Tables are also probably the most common way of presenting data in educational courses.

Tables have always been compiled by someone. In doing so, the compiler may have selected data and they will have chosen a particular format, either of which may influence the reader. You need to be aware of the co
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Whatever resource you choose to use to find information on the internet, many of the same principles apply. Each source that you use will probably look quite different from the one you tried before, but you'll notice that there are always features that are similar - a box to type your search terms in, for instance, or a clickable help button. Different resources refer to the same functions using different terminology, but the principles behind them are exactly the same. The trick is to check
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La asignatura de TermodinĂ¡mica Aplicada pertenece a la materia de IngenierĂ­a EnergĂ©tica. DespuĂ©s de cursar esta asignatura los alumnos deberĂ¡n alcanzar un conocimiento de los conceptos elementales de la TermodinĂ¡mica. DeberĂ¡n ser capaces de aplicar los conocimientos bĂ¡sicos de la profesiĂ³n relacionados con el anĂ¡lisis de sistemas tĂ©rmicos y energĂ©ticos, es la base a utilizar para el desarrollo de otras competencias dentro del campo de la ingenierĂ­a tĂ©rmica en la industria. Se fomen
Author(s): JoaquĂƒÂ­n Zueco JordĂƒÂ¡n

Â Open Number LineÂ Subtraction
In this video, a student works on a shortÂ word problem at the dry erase board, using the open number line subtraction strategy.Â Â She explains her steps to the camera as she isÂ working through the problem. 684-341 = ?Â  Run time 02:22.
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Six's Minimum and Maximum Thermometer
This is a short, animated narrated video (03:50) that offers information about a special thermometer named after an eighteenth-centuryÂ scientist named James Six.
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Infrared Thermometers
All thermometers are not created equal, especially when it comes to food.Â  Learn more about infrared thermometers and how they work in this segment from Food Science.Â  Run time 03:11.
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Kladifko, R., Li, J., and Dunlap, J. (October 2011). The School Principal: A Tough Job with Few Ta
Robert Kladifko, Jinyi Li, Jody Dunlap
An ever-challenging and increasing dilemma facing schools is finding qualified individuals who are willing to take school leadership positions. This s

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Virtual Maths, Shapes Space and Measure, Surface of semi cylinder
Interactive simulation demonstrating how to calculate the surface area of a cover for an astro turf pitch including the ends by using a semi (half) cylinder.
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Minor Green Blue City
Why? Dutch cities have to deal with two important, complex and sometimes intertwined problems. Climate change has become a visible problem in the urban environment of the Netherlands. Cities cope with heavy rainfall in short periods of time and heat stress occurs more often which even leads to more casualties. At the same time large parts of existing neighbourhoods are falling into decay. Residents with high income move out, leaving the disadvantaged behind. The social structure of the neighbour
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How to Learn How to Type
Video that express the importance of learning how to type, what you can do to start typing, or to increase your words per minute of typing.Â  Gives you a website in which you can use and visitÂ to help.Â
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