07.10.2012 – Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten
Trainiere dein Hörverstehen mit den Nachrichten der Deutschen Welle von Sonntag – als Text und als verständlich gesprochene Audio-Datei. *** Die philippinische Regierung hat einen Friedensvertrag mit der größten Gruppe der muslimischen Aufständischen angekündigt, der einen Schlussstrich unter einen jahrzehntelangen Konflikt ziehen soll. Präsident Benigno Aquino gab die Vereinbarung mit der Organisation "Moro Islamische Befreiungsfront" (MILF) bekannt. Sie beinhaltet die Einrichtung e
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Advances in nanotechnology
In this podcast, Professor Moriarty discusses nanotechnology, and how it has led to a convergence of the traditional sciences. He talks about the commercial applications of nanotechnology such as hard disk technology in laptops, stain free materials and fabrics, self-cleaning windows and advanced water filtration. He also touches on some of the myths about nanotechnology as well as some of the real dangers of Nanotechnology and the steps governments are taking to regulate it. Professor Moriart
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Creative Writing Activities for 1st Graders
Lecture- Creative Writing Activities for 1st Graders. Part of the series: Reading, Writing & Education. Possible creative writing activities for first graders include using drawing and illustration in the writing process, making books for the children to write and encouraging pre-writing strategies. (1:49)
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Diagram of 3D shapes with formula for calculating area (and volume)
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Jump Up Song
This Jump Up music video by Silly Bus uses music to promote and encourage fitness and exercise with younger children.  Some of the lyrics include, "Catch the ball.  Throw it back. Having lots of fun.  Dribble quick with both hands and do it on the run. Moving fast. Moving slow. Moving all the time.  It's so fun to excercise with these friends of mine...."  Run time 02:59.
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{Suresh 893} Nice sentences
{Suresh 893} Nice sentences अच्छे वाक्य (achhey vaaky) जब रेलगाड़ी रुकेगी , तब वे उतरेंगे | ( Jab railgaadee rukegee, tab vey utarengey.) When the train stops, then they will […]

CLASSROOM OBJECTS
An animated cartoon introducing friends that have objects you might see in a school setting. (02:05)
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90.000 gebruikers voor KlasCement : Lid in de bloemetjes
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Brussel/Leuven Dinsdag 10 november 2015 14.00 uur

Een delegatie van het KlasCementteam verrast vandaag leerkracht Elke Vander Elst in de school voor buitengewoon onderwijs Windekind in Leuven. Elke krijgt een waardebon en enkele boeken.

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The Five Themes of Geography
In this video, students will learn about geography terms--absolute and relative location (longitude and latitude), cultural and physical place characteristics, environment, and more. Very good visuals and examples are given. This is a great resource to help build background knowledge and to help make real world connections in the classroom. (02:31)
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2.2 Taking responsibility for your own learning

Not much of this unit conforms to the traditional pattern I mentioned earlier – the theory-example-exercise pattern. In particular, you will find you are expected to discover much of it for yourself. Why is this? This is a legitimate question and deserves a full answer. One year, a student at a residential summer school complained I had not taught him properly. I was, he told me, an expert and so why did I not demonstrate how to tackle the problem he was working on and pass my expertise on
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References

de Bono, E. (1999) de Bono's Thinking Course. London, BBC Books
Entwistle, N. (1994) quoted in Supporting Open Learners Reader (1996) Milton Keynes, The Open University
Holmes, O. W. quoted in Robbins, A. (1991) Awaken the giant within. New York, Simon & Schuster
Rice, M. (1999) Observer Magazine, 7 November
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The Food Chain
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Painting Watercolor: Winter Barn Trees
Before paint dries, put some water on the edge to soften up the picture. Before the paint dries, add some paint.  Blot out the edge and work swirls with a paper towel.  Create trees by using a wet on wet process. English captions. (01:29)
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LSE Festival 2019 | How to Remain Sane in the Age of Populism [Audio]
Speaker(s): Elif Shafak | Until not so long ago, some parts of the world—namely, the West— were thought to be solid, steady, stable. Other parts of the world—namely, the non-West— were thought to be liquid, not yet settled. Since 2016 it has become increasingly clear to citizens across the world that there are no solid and in fact, we are all living in liquid times. Fear, anger, anxiety, resentment… emotions guide and misguide politics. The more “informed” we are the less we know.
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7.4 Patterns

While frameworks and components focus on the reuse of previously developed software, patterns focus on the reuse of expertise. A pattern is a general solution to problem; it is the result of abstracting what is common practice in solving a set of similar problems.

Patterns became a significant topic during the 1990s within an object community disappointed with the low level of reuse being achieved. Instead of concentrating on yet more new methods, the patterns movement looked at
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Duke Medicine Profiles: Antonio F. Williams, PA-C
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Mythology in German literature "Medea"
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