Elementary Education : How to Teach Spelling to Children With Dyslexia
When teaching a child with dyslexia to spell, it's important to understand that these children view words differently from others. Learn about breaking down words into components to help teach spelling with help from a state-certified teacher in this video on teaching spelling to dyslexic children. (01:32)

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Bio: Ileana Padilla-Boyd is the director of Bright Starts, an education service in south Florida.

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Beginner - Poor patient

Some people are so hard up that they can't even afford basic medical care. In today's lesson, you will learn how to take instructions from a doctor and how to ask where to get medicine and food!


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Mechanism of the Toehold Switch
In this animation, Wyss Institute Postdoctoral Fellow Alex Green, Ph.D., the lead author of "Toehold Switches: De–Novo–Designed Regulators of Gene Expression", narrates a step–by–step guide to the mechanism of the synthetic toehold switch gene regulator. More information: http://wyss.harvard.edu/viewpressrelease/174/
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4.6 Accretion power

Calculations based on the above accretion disc hypothesis show that if a mass m falls into the black hole, then the amount of energy it can radiate before it finally disappears is about 0.1 mc2, or about 10% of its rest energy. Other than matter-antimatter annihilation, this is the most efficient process for converting mass into energy ever conceived. A comparable figure for the nuclear fusion of hydrogen in stars is only 0.7% of the rest energy of the four hydrogen n
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Conclusion

This free course provided an introduction to studying education. It took you through a series of exercises designed to develop your approach to study and learning at a distance and helped to improve your confidence as an independent learner.


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{Suresh 864} Nice sentences
Master Your Vocabulary. Take a look at: Vocabulary Quiz - Hindi->English; Picture->Hindi; Recording->Hindi; and more!Vocabulary List - Easy to study list with pictures and recordings for some words{Suresh 864} Nice […]

Words In Action: FRENCH - Four poems by 19th and 20th century poets
Words In Action: FRENCH Four poems by 19th and 20th century poets Conte de fées by Robert Desnos Performed by Sasha Helton Il pleure dans mon coeur by Paul Verlaine Performed by Trevor Jackson Sensation by Arthur Rimbaud Performed by Clara Mathews Le Cancre by Jacques Prévert Performed by Marisa Palucis Words In Action - A MULTILINGUAL STUDENT PERFORMANCE CELEBRATING LINGUISTIC DIVERSITY AT UC BERKELEY Chevron Auditorium -- International House Wednesday, April 25, 2012 Words In Action is g
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Introduction

This unit provides an introduction to the evolution of mammals.

We will be considering Darwin's observations on a great many mammals, and how he noticed that species fell into natural groups. We take as an example the evolution of one particularly interesting mammal, the whale, and look at evidence both from fossils and from DNA to see which other mammals are most closely related to whales. We see how the evidence from these two very different sources points to the same relationship and
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Israel's Netanyahu urges 'better deal' over Iran nuclear program
In the most anticipated speech to the U.S. Congress by a foreign leader in years, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu tells U.S. to hold out for a "better" nuclear deal with Iran. Mana Rabiee reports. Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe More updates and breaking news: http://smarturl.it/BreakingNews Reuters tells the world's stories like no one else. As the largest international multimedia news provider, Reuters provides coverage around the globe and across topics including bu
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Introduction

The core of this course is Chapter 9 of Teach Yourself Planets, by David Rothery, which is found in Section 1 of this course page by page, followed by a guided discussion and questions in Sections 2 through 4. Note that all references in Chapter 9 of Teach Yourself Planets to other chapters, are to other chapters of Teach Yourself Planets - these references are not to other sections of this course.

Jupiter is the first of the giant planets and has a large family of
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1.3.2 Peat formation in raised mires

Mires can also form inland within low-lying depressions, provided the rate of precipitation exceeds the rate of evaporation (Figure 4a). Peat is impermeable and so its accumulation progressively impedes drainage. This attribute gives mires the ability to maintain a water table independent of the area surrounding them.
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1.5 The physics and chemistry of coal formation

Coal is a type of sediment made up mainly of lithified plant remains. But how does spongy, rotting plant debris become a hard seam of coal? As discussed earlier, plant material growing in mires dies, and then rots under anoxic conditions to form peat (by the process of humification). With time, the mire becomes covered with layers of sediment, the weight of which squeezes water and gas out of the pore spaces and compacts the vegetation. As subsidence allows deposition of further mire-s
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Introduction to Human Physiology
Steven Telleen
This chapter provides an introduction to human physiology. It is intended to help students understand key concepts that will help them navigate the specific details in later chapters.

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Feinstein details harrowing CIA "enhanced interrogation" techniques
Senate Intelligence Committee Chair Senator Dianne Feinstein says CIA detainees were “stripped naked, diapered, physically struck and put in various painful stress positions” in the aftermath of the September 11, 2001 attacks. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe More updates and breaking news: http://smarturl.it/BreakingNews Reuters tells the world's stories like no one else. As the largest international multimedia news provider, Reuters provid
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Unravelling the mysteries of chromsomes
The DNA in our cells is tightly packed into structures called chromosomes. The role of the physical structure of chromosomes in diseases and genetics is being explored thanks to recent advances in technology that allow scientists to look at how the DNA is packaged into chromatin- the structures that form chromosomes. In this lecture Dr Grigoryev will discuss current models of chromosome organisation, several examples of cutting edge research aimed at understanding role of chromatin in cell diffe
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1 Superconductivity

Superconductivity was discovered in 1911 by Heike Kamerlingh Onnes (Figure 1) as he studied the properties of metals at low temperatures. A few years earlier he had become the first person to liquefy helium, which has a boiling point of 4.2 K at atmospheric pressure, and this had opened up a new range of temperature to experimental investigation. On measuring the resistance of a small tube filled with mercury, he was astonished to observe that its resistance fell from ~0.1 Ω at a temper
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9.3 Monoamine oxidase A, maltreatment during childhood and later violence

One Dutch family was found to have a history of antisocial (aggressive) behaviour. Genetic studies were conducted and a potential culprit gene MAOA, monoamine oxidase A, identified. The aggressive individuals in the family appeared to have a mutant gene which produced no MAOAP, an enzyme involved in the breakdown of certain neurotransmitters, including serotonin. A knockout mouse model, in which the MAOA gene was inactive, was also found to be aggressive, apparently confirming the role of MAO
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2.1 The Moon

David A. Rothery Teach Yourself Planets, Chapter 6, pp. 66-75, Hodder Education, 2000, 2003.

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In this chapter you will learn:

  • about the nearest planetary body to the Earth

  • about the long record of impact cratering on its surface, and about the ancient eruptions that flooded many low-lying areas.

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Warm Fronts
Video shows how warm fronts are shown on weather maps and what warm fronts are. The video also includes the cloud types that are seen before a warm front occurs, the temperature changes, the wind changes, and the air pressure changes. Video gives all basic information needed to understand warm fronts. Video is of good quality and appropriate for elementary age students, especially for students who are studying weather in science.
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Francisco Campbell Hooker: The African Presence in Latin America
Ambassador Francisco Campbell Hooker of the Republic of Nicaragua disucsses the African presence in Latin America. Speaker Biography: Francisco Campbell is Nicaraguan Ambassador to the United States.
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