Mi lista de ingredientes - Una visita al supermercado
Niko visita el supermercado con una lista de ingredientes. Escucha mientras él reúne los ingredientes para hacer una receta sorpresa al final! Vocabulario incluye diferentes contenedores como caja, paquete, bolsa, lata, y cartón. Bueno para FLES, inmersión y estudiantes aprendiendo español. 3:36
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Buzz Aldrin Tells How Space Suits Worked
In this Tech Effect video, brought to you by the History Channel, Buzz Aldrin talks about the space suits they wore during their missions. He talks about how the suits used liquid cooled underwear and other advanced technologies. (2:25)

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Aldrin Describes Lunar Landing Module
In this Tech Effect video, brought to you by the History Channel, Buzz Aldrin talks about the Apollo lunar module and how he and Neil Armstrong used it. Aldrin talks about how they had trouble communicating with Earth as they were experimenting. (1:47)
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¿Qué hacemos en la playa?
Un video corto sobre las actividades típicas en la playa con simple texto en español para ver y escuchar. Los temas incluyen: correr, hacer un castillo de arena, nadar, jugar y mucho más. Bueno para estudiantes de FLES y de inmersión. 2:18
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Aldrin's Favorite Moment on the Moon
In this Tech Effect video, brought to you by the History Channel, Buzz Aldrin talks about his favorite moment from the Apollo 11 moon landing. His favorite moment is right after they landed before any pictures were taken. (0:59)

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Evolution of the Saturn V Rocket
In this Tech Effect video, brought to you by the History Channel, Buzz Aldrin talks about the development of the Saturn V rocket. NASA developed the rocket in evolutionary stages, which was different than they had done with the previous rockets. (2:09)

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Un viaje virtual al bosque lluvioso de Panamá (vocabulario)
Haga un recorrido virtual a través de la selva tropical en Panamá. Aprende las diferentes capas de la selva en español y vea la vida silvestre como un mono aullador! Ideal para un viaje de fantasía a la ciudad de Panamá o una unidad temática sobre la selva tropical o biomas. 3:23
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Teaching Reading with Informational Text
In this video, classroom footage and teacher interviews explore the benefits of teaching with informational text. Teachers discuss particular student populations that benefit from reading nonfiction, including exceptional children, English language learners, students with learning disabilities, and reluctant readers.  This is a good general teacher resource to prepare for teaching reading with informational text.  (06:06)
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Rendezvous in Space
In this Tech Effect video, brought to you by the History Channel, Buzz Aldrin talks about how essential communication with Earth was during the early space missions he was on, including Gemini and Apollo. (3:08)

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How the Lunar Landing Site Was Chosen
In this Tech Effect video, brought to you by the History Channel, Buzz Aldrin talks about how they selected the Sea of Tranquility as their landing site. He also mentions that the photography from orbit made the lunar surface appear much smoother. (2:20)

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How the Lunar Module Worked
In this Tech Effect video, brought to you by the History Channel, Buzz Aldrin talks about the Apollo lunar module and how it was meant to be operated in space, but not launched from surface. He also talks about its advanced abort guidance system. (1:42)

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Time Dilation Video
Is time different to observers moving at different speeds? For more information, see the World Year of Physics 2005 feature. Video Transcript: Two spaceships are traveling together through the galaxy at close to the speed of light. Mounted on one ship is a laser that can fire pulses of light, and on the other, a mirror. The pilot of the first ship fires a pulse at the mirror, and watches as it is reflected back. A clock on board measures how long the round trip takes. But now suppose that he d
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The Skeptics Guide to the Universe, Authors at Google
The Skeptics Guide to the Universe is a light hearted and fun weekly podcast run by the NewEngland Skeptical Society. The host (Steven Novella) and his panel of skeptical rogues (Bob Novella, Jay Novella, Rebecca Watson, and Evan Bernstein) came to Mountain View to talk to us about being a savvy healthcare consumers. Richard Saunders (host of The Skeptic Zone Podcast in Australia) joins them in a pannel discussion to discuss a variety of topics in skepticism and healthcare. Topics include Hom
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The Secret Faces of Women from the Nigérien Sahel: Agency, Influence and Contemporary Challenges
Lecture by Professor Antoinette Tidjani Alou, "The Secret Faces of Women from the Nigerien Sahel: Agency, Influence and Contemporary Challenges"
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Simple animations to explain complex procedures

Below are a collection of animated GIF files that do a brilliant job at visually explaining how complex mechanical procedures such as how a sewing machine works.  These would be great for science and engineering students or simply those who have an inquisitive mind.  Enjoy.

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Flaws in their thinking? Stem Cells in Medicine: Opportunities and Challenges (Excerpt)
Dr Bernadette Tobin argues that the challenges for stem cell research are derived from flaws in the thinking of both researchers and would-be patients. Excerpt from the 2012 Medicine Dean's Lecture Series. VIEW FULL LECTURE: http://youtu.be/JfAORhRyvqs George Negus hosts this debate on the use of stem cells in medicine, featuring speakers Dr Bernadette Tobin and Professor Alan Trounson. • Cure vs expensive waste of time? • Strict control vs ethical free for all? • Av
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The Competition at the Worlds
Jack Lee sums up the competition at this years Worlds. The band are all getting better and better as everyone improves. More on what the band is doing in Scotland: http://at.sfu.ca/IfQkGm
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Derived copy of Theory-Building Activities: Virtue Ethics
Michael Vieira
This module provides activities that allow students to develop insights into the ethical approach commonly called virtue ethics. A previous module on moral exemplars has helped students to […]

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Smooth muscle overview
Jennifer Mansfield-Jones
This introduction to smooth muscle tissue describes its key features, its general use in the human body, and some of its differences from other muscle types.
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