How to Solve a Math Pattern
In order to solve a math pattern, a few numbers of the pattern need to be provided first. Learn about arithmetic and geometric sequences with help from a math teacher. (02:38)
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The Difference Between Taste and Flavor
Taste refers to our five sensitivities — sweet, sour, salt, bitter, and umami — while flavor is a “hedonic” sense involving smell, texture, and expectation.  Biologist Stuart Firestein from Columbia University discusses the difference between the two.  The video is in lecture format.  (02:30)
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Question 1

What are the four dimensions of globalisation outlined in Section 4?

Question 2

Outline, in no more than 100 words, the distinctions between the three approaches to achieving sustainability outlined in this course.

Question 3

Organise the following under the headings â€˜governmentâ€™ and â€˜governanceâ€™:

• clearly defined state actors

• linear model

• multi-layer
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Pocahontas Biography, Part III
This is NOT the animation from the well-known studio. This is an animated biography of Pocahontas from the Discovery Channel Education series. This series is aimed at older elementary school children.
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Spanish Civil War (1 of 2)
Anarchism has historically gained the most support and influence in Spain, especially in the seventy or so years before Francisco Franco's victory in the Spanish Civil War of 1936-1939. 'The Spanish Civil War was a major conflict that devastated Spain from 17 July 1936 to 1 April 1939' (Spanish Civil War, Wikipedia, 2009). This documentary is suitable for high school students. The story is told through commentary, narration, and several still images from the period.
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Brief History Of Russian Empire - Learn with this short video about the Russian Empire, and its history, including its geographic extent and rulers Peter the Great, and Catherine the Great. This video is coutesy of the History Channel. (01:21)
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This animated song is about a ladybug who lands on a boy. The ladybug moves to different parts of the body (head, elbow, thumb, etc.) which are named in the song. The words to the song appear at the bottom of the screen and are highlighted are they are mentioned in the song. Song is call and echo format.  Mr. Leto sings and the children echo his words. (02:52)
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2 Point Drawing Perspective
This is a lesson where students are drawing a city block using two point perspective. It's supposed to be for ages 11-14, but it has been shown to nine-year-olds because it's nice to have them hear children give the steps as they go. Perspective is a difficult concept to articulate, and this is also an activity that you can personalize. Math is naturally integrated as can be social studies.
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Story-Based Inquiry: A Manual for Investigative Journalists
Investigative Journalism means the unveiling of matters that are concealed either deliberately by someone in a position of power, or accidentally, behind a chaotic mass of facts and circumstances. This manual provides a guide to basic methods and techniques of investigative journalism and outlines the methods and skills applying to every step of the investigative process, from conception to research, writing, quality control and dissemination. The role media can play as a watchdog is indispensab
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We can insert half-twists into a paper surface whenever a piece of the surface is homeomorphic to a rectangle ABCD with the following properties:

the edges AB and CD of the rectangle map to distinct parts of the boundary of the surface, and the edges BC and DA of the rectangle map to non-boundary points of the surface.

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The American Revolution
On April 19, 1775, the shot heard round the world was fired at the Battle of Lexington and Concord beginning America's Revolutionary War.  In this video you will learn what lead to the war, and the things that happened as a result.
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It could be argued that relying on institutional science promotion events might overlook a subtle, but equally important means of people engaging with science: when science is accessed on an informal, independent or non-institutional basis (previously referred to as a do-it-yourself style of science promotion). Rather than seeing this as an anarchistic rejection of formal initiatives (although this might occasionally be the case), it could indicate an extra measure of commitment on behalf of
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Nowadays, engaging with science through an institutional science promotion event can be quite straightforward. You can find out about such events by, for example, reading posters in your local library, watching a science documentary on TV or browsing the internet. The range of such outreach events is remarkable â€“ from long-standing mainstream programmes such as the Royal Society Christmas lectures on TV and the annual BA (British Association for the Advancement of Science) Science Week, to
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Interview with Wendy Morrison
Interview with Wendy Morrison; DPhil Archaeology student, University of Oxford.
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Nanotechnology
Richard Jones, professor of Physics at the University of Sheffield, looks at how we can manipulate matter at the level of individual atoms and molecules and the possible impact this will have on advances of medicine, energy and information technology.
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"Market Women's Cries" Poem by Jonathan Swift
A virtual movie (portrait sitting in chair with book) of Jonathan Swift (1667-1745) "reading" one of his much loved poems "Market Women's Cries". This poem is a good example of Jonathan Swift asÂ  satirist. (1:12)
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Westward Movement and Economy
This video is accompanied by text. "By the mid-nineteenth century, the American economy that had been based on local commerce and small-scale farming was maturing into a dynamic, wide-reaching capitalist marketplace. As the industrial revolution in the northeast altered the economy and intensified the process of urbanization, an agricultural empire began to emerge in the west.
By 1860, more than one-half of the American population was located west of the Appalachian Mountains. Conditions

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Hernan Cortes - Documentary Drama Part 6 of 6
This video is tha last part about Hernan Cortes. It is part of BBC series Heroes and Villains.  If you're a lover of 16th-century history, best steer clear of this. This Documentary shows the history of Cortes conquest of Mexico.
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Debenhams, (former Lewis's) Stafford Street, Hanley, Stoke On Trent, Staffordshire. <br> Man of Fire by David Wynne, 1964, made from anodised aluminium. Photographed by James O. Davies, 2015.