The week ahead: The US election brawl begins
As the US presidential race hots up in Iowa, our US and foreign editors share their thoughts on the battle; and a deadline looms in Brussels over transatlantic data sharing
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Former UK Ambassador to Tokyo Sir Tim Hitchens and East Asian cinema expert Tony Rayns introduce a FLJS Films screening of Hirokazu Kore-eda's 2017 film The Third Murder Former UK Ambassador to Tokyo Sir Tim Hitchens and East Asian cinema expert Tony Rayns introduce a FLJS Films screening of Hirokazu Kore-eda's 2017 film The Third Murder. Sir Tim Hitchens shares his personal experience and insights on popular attitudes towards the death penalty in Japan and makes a stirring call to arms to chal
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Shawn Askinosie, honorary doctorate - Spring 2012 commencement
Missouri State University granted its 14th honorary doctorate to Shawn Askinosie, J.D., founder of Askinosie Chocolate. Askinosie received the Doctor of Public Affairs (A.P.D.) during the spring commencement ceremonies on May 18, 2012. There were technical difficulties during the recording of this address, and we apologize for the loss of sound from 1:32 to 2:20 in this video.
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Amusing introduction to hydrogen
An amusing introduction to the properties of hydrogen.  Illustrates that hydrogen is lighter than air, with a balloon.  A wild-haired professor discusses the element, that it's part of water, and introduces the notion of deuterium.  Finally, the hydogen balloon is exploded with some fire.  Part of the Periodic Table of Videos series; periodicvideos.com.
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1 Physics and the physical world

Studying physics will change you as a person. At least it should. In studying physics you will encounter some of the deepest and most far-reaching concepts that have ever entered human consciousness. Knowledge gathered over many centuries, that has been subjected to continuous scientific scrutiny, will be presented, along with its applications. Fact will follow fact, useful theory will succeed useful theory. Amidst this rich mix of information, newcomers to physics might not always appreciate
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3.7 Moon39: Apollo 14 station C

The panorama was collected by Alan Shepard at station C-Prime. (QuickTime, 500KB, note: this may take some time to download depending on your connection speed)

3 Key skills assessment courses

This section gives advice and guidance to help you compile and present a portfolio of selected work. You are strongly advised to read through this section so that you have an idea of what is expected.

The key skills assessment courses provide an opportunity for you to integrate your development of key skills with your work or study. You may choose to concentrate on skills that you need to develop and improve for your job, for a new course, or personally to help you keep abreast of new d
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Review of Comparative Suffixes Sort 3, -er, -est, -ier, -iest
This video is set up as a screen on the computer, narrator goes through suffixes and put words in the correct columns and explains the new meaning. This would be a good idea for a classroom that has a smartboard. Video is good quality and good for all students as a review or initial learning of the topic.
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2.3.4 Klein bottle

There are two other surfaces that can be obtained by identifying both pairs of opposite edges of a rectangle. In one of these, shown in Figure 31, we first identify the edges AB and A'B', labelled a, in the direction shown by the arrowheads. This gives us a cylinder, as before. We then try to identify the cylinder
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9.3 Parents' responses to the risks

Bellaby, P. (2003) ‘Communication and miscommunication of risk: understanding UK parents' attitudes to combined MMR vaccination’, British Medical Journal, 327, 27 September 2003, pp. 725–28. Reproduced by permission from the BMJ Publishing Group; Mary Evans Picture Library Ltd; P A Photos.

Although road transport crashes carry by far the largest risk of the three, they have raised little controversy.

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Atoms: Protons, Neutrons, and Electrons - by StudyJams
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. 
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A Brief SAT Writing Introduction
This is a very brief, but clear, overview of the structure and scoring analysis of the SAT Writing section. (01:17)
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Researchers Say There's Evidence that Consciousness Continues after Clinical Death
Researchers at NYU's Langone Medical Center have conducted a study of patients who have experienced near-death experiences, and the results are intriguing and chilling. Dr. Sam Parnia, the director of resuscitation research at NYU Langone, joins CBSN to discuss the findings of this mind bending study. (06:02)

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Ajzen, I. (1985) in Chaiken, S. and Stangor C. (1987) ‘Attitudes and attitude change’, Annual Review of Psychology, vol. 38, January, pp.575–630.
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1.3.1 Try some yourself

1 Write each of the following three numbers in numerals and then place them in ascending order:

  • eight hundred and eight thousand

  • two million and twenty-four

  • nine thous
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2.9 Iron (Fe)

The ability of blood to carry oxygen is due to the presence of the red pigment, haemoglobin, present in red blood cells. Haemoglobin is a protein formed from four polypeptide chains called globins, in the centre of each of which is a small non-protein part called a haem group (haima is Greek for ‘blood’). Each of the haem groups has an iron atom within it (Author(s): The Open University

Scales
This is one of the most basic starting points of music. The individual note or tone is played and explained.  Tone is a sound that occurs at a specific frequency.  Notes are the individual keys on the piano; there is a group of two black notes and a group of three black notes.  Scales are the combinations of whole and half steps. There are major and minor scales.
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Paul—Grade 6

Paul, a sixth-grade science teacher, wants to involve his students in the minds-on components of science tasks.


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In this video, the Southhaven, MS High School choir practices for an upcoming concert. (2:19)

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