How the Cow Ate the Cabbage Read A Loud
This video is a play on the story "There Was an Old Woman Who Swallowed a Fly". The theme is a barnyard and a series of events creates an opportunity for a cow to get out of a gate to eat some cabbage in the field. Words appear at the bottom of the screen and each word is highlighted as it is said. Content is appropriate for elementary students.
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Tangent Ratios
This video explains how tangent ratios, along with cosine and sine ratios, are ratios of two different sides of a right triangle. Tangent ratios are the ratio of the side opposite to the side adjacent the angle they represent. In order to find the measure of the angle itself, one must understand inverse trigonometric functions. (2:01)
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Lugosi teaches math - convergence of series
BÃ©la Lugosi teaches advanced mathematical concepts in this video. This is part of the last lecture of his series. He begins this lecture by talking about the Weierstrauss M-Test and talking about how a series or sequence of sums converges. Â In his lecture he provides the steps for this test, and proofs as well. Â A great video for advanced math learners. (Calculus and Calculus II students).
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Alphabets A to Z for Kids
Practice the letters of the alphabet with pictures for each letter. Â Animated clip art pictures follow a slide of the upper case letter and the model word. (2:33)Â

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Orchestrating cell separation in plants : what are the risks and benefits?
In this podcast, Professor Roberts from the School of Biosciences discusses his research into the mechanism responsible for regulating cell separation in plants. In particular how plants â€˜shedâ€™ parts of themselves such as leaves or fruit. Professor Roberts explores the potential application of his research, through prevention or encouraging of the â€˜sheddingâ€™ process, agricultural harvests could potentially be increased or even synchronised. Professor Roberts also discusses the resistanc
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How to Write Bubble Letters
In this clip learn how to make bubble letters.Â  The craftswoman shows how to write rounded like bubbles, squared-off shape letters,Â  or in a block shape. Stylize bubble letters can be use for a decorative touch.

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How to Make a Book for Younger Children
A two minute video on how younger children can write, draw, and decorate a homemade book. Very easy to follow.
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How to Make a Christmas Bow
This is a six-minute video that explains how to make a holiday bow for a tree.
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Let's Be Green when We Clean
This three-minute musical video shows students how to conserve water, paper towels and recycle scraps while cleaning up the art room. Easy to follow with catchy music

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Eli Whitney's Cotton Gin
This is the impact of the cotton gin on the growing of cotton is the topic of this one minute video. Too brief to do much more than explain why the invention was important to cotton growers.
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The Cathode Ray Tube
(CRT) is an instrument that showed that there was an invisible force, electrons, that exist in our world and this 2:26 minute video shows how and who discovered it and how it could be used.
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Thomas Burns Memorial Lectures 2016: Professor Choon-Leong Seow - The Story of Job: A contested clas
The Department of Theology and Religion presents lecture one of the 2016 Thomas Burns Memorial Lecture series. Given by Professor Choon-Leong Seow, Vanderbilt Divinity School, this presentation covers the topic 'Job in the Cradle of World Literature'. 26 July 2016
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Anarchy or Authoritarianism: Which is Worse? - FORA TV
Is anarchy worst that tyranny? This brief video examines this question, and additionally - asks the question: iDoes Iraq need - a really good dictator?
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Anarchist Political Theory
This 5:15 video is about the views of  Crispin Startwell's on anarchist political theory. This is for advanced students and could be used as a debate topic. It is presented in lecture format.
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Chile: Pressure Builds With Upcoming Elections
Learn more: http://pulitzercenter.org/projects/latin-america-chile-education-university-inequality-clash-national-march-economy Hundreds of thousands of Chilean students are taking part in massive protests against failing public schools, expensive private schools, non-affordable loans and an unresponsive government. The protests began in 2011 to demand change. Violence between police and the students is common with protestors tearing down street signs and destroying buses while police use tear
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Electric Ray
This is a video featuring the Electric Ray. (01:22) The video is too short and makes you want to know more. The end of the video is an advertisement.
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Feeding Time
To communicate and socialize, orcas raise their tails high and slap them down on the surface of the water, which is called lob-tailing. They also use a beautiful and complex language of clicks and whistles, which mothers teach to their offspring. Resident pods even have their own unique dialects
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Can Nuclear Energy Save the Planet?
Authors Joshua Goldstein and Staffan Qvist say switching to nuclear and renewable energy is the most feasible path forward for humans to slow down climate change.
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Sneak preview of 'A Tribute to the Dream' performance
Kwesi Abakah, a forward on the Northeastern University men's basketball team, practices "Feeling Good" with student a cappella group Distilled Harmony ahead of the special event, "50 Years Forward: A Tribute to the Dream," taking place on campus Thursday, Jan. 16, 2014. In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the landmark Civil Rights Act, Northeastern University has organized the yearlong series commemorating civil rights efforts in America and around the globe.
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Topoisomerases create temporary strand breaks in DNA, thereby allowing the DNA to â€˜swivelâ€™ around the helical axis and releasing torsional strain within the area before resealing the break. With the cellular DNA in a supercoiled state, topoisomerases play a critical role in regulating both how tightly packed DNA is within the cell and the dynamic state of torsional energies during DNA processing. There are two classes of this enzyme: topoisomerase I (topo I) functions by breaking just one
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