OSU Trivia Game Bonus Round
Thanks a lot for playing the OSU Trivia Game. To get a free t-shirt all you have to do is upload a video response or comment on this video with a link to your response. Click here to start the game over http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w-2X_DDS9AI
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Video lists the books of the Old Testament to song. The books of the bible are printed on the screen.  The song is sung and the words on the screen change.  Song is repeated so students can try and sing along.  There are not pictures in this video.   Poor to average quality video, song is slow and doesn’t give specifics of the books of the New Testament.

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In this final section we look at a method of classifying the elements of a set by sorting them into subsets. We shall require that the set is sorted into disjoint subsets – so each element of the set belongs to exactly one subset. Such a classification is known as a partition of a set. In order to achieve a partition, we need to have a method which enables us to decide whether or not one element belongs to the same subset as another. We look first at the general idea of a r
Author(s): The Open University

Alphabet Animals
Students use their knowledge of the alphabet and letter sounds to create an alphabet PowerPoint presentation. Each slide will contain a letter of the alphabet, a sentence and the sound that corresponds to that letter.
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As if Memories Could Deceive Me
'As if Memories Could Deceive Me,' 1986, documents a performance or rehearsal of the New England Conservatory Symphony Orchestra, through close-ups, split-screen effects, and collage techniques. Instruments are filmed close-up and appear in boxed-off portions of the screen. As the music rises, archival film images begin to creep in. Many times they are superimposed over the instruments. Film footage includes the interior of a colorful palace, Hitler propaganda and Nuremberg trials, and a men's c
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Middle School Portal: Math and Science Pathways (MSP2)
Now an annual event, National Engineers Week was founded by the National Society of Professional Engineers in 1951. In 1988, the National Engineers Week consortium expanded and now includes more than 100 engineering, scientific, and education societies and major corporations dedicated to enhancing the public understanding of the engineering profession and to promoting pre-college interest in math, science, and engineering as a career option. From this website, visitors can read suggestions for w
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Angelehnt an den Deutschunterricht in der Humboldtschule in Costa Rica (6. Klasse). Rechtschreibübungen anhand einfacher Satzbeispiele und gemäß häufiger Fehlergruppen (Doppellaute, s/ss/ß, z/tz/tzt und k/ck/chs/cks, Umlaute). Correct common German spelling errors by practicing with a variety of exercises grouped by error groups using easy to understand sentences.

The module contains the following levels:* Test yourself - Wo sind meine Schwächen?* Words with e, ai or ie / Wörter mit (ai
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French
French Online is an interactive video-based course intended for use by university students and independent learners on the Internet. The first-semester course is divided into five thematic modules, with three lessons within each module. Each lesson is designed to take approximately one week to complete so working through the entire course will take the average learner approximately fifteen weeks. Each lesson opens with a video dramatization that sets the context for the lesson. Parts of the vide
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Duke doctors warn that the sounds of summer can cause long-term hearing damage
Sun exposure is public enemy number one when it comes to damaging byproducts of summer fun. But too much exposure to the sounds of summer can also cause long-term damage. Otolaryngologists at Duke University Medical Center say listening to any sound above 80 decibels for too long can damage hearing. 80 db is the approximate level of the dial tone coming out of an old land-line phone. Sounds higher than that can cause cumulative hearing damage that might not show up for years, even decades.
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Bill Viola's 'Reverse Television'
Bill Viola's 30-second portraits were about portraiture and the idea of a person staring at the viewer (as the viewer stares at the TV screen). This short excerpt shows a man seated on his couch, the only sounds heard being the load ticking of a clock, and the man's breathing.
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Bears Show How To Grow Upside Down Tomatoes
Gardening is a great spring and summer pastime. Since the sustainability movement has heightened public awareness of organic foods and sustainable practices, gardening has also grown in popularity. One garden staple is the tomato, and Dr. Clydette Alsup-Egbers of the Darr School of Agriculture at Missouri State University shows how to grow tomatoes upside down.
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Virtual Maths, Brick Density, Water Displacement method video
Video demonstrating how to measure the density of a brick using the water displacement method.
Author(s): Leeds Metropolitan University

Sonnet Illumination
Students will create presentations of digital sonnet illuminations along with sonnet research. Students will be seeing images, colors, hearing sounds of their own choice that will illuminate Shakespeare through a connection with the student’s own life. Students will present their research to the class to foster an academic and intelligent discussion on the findings and diverse interpretations.
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Honky Tonks, Hymns, and the Blues
These country sounds are the building blocks of America's popular music. The weekly Honky Tonks segments explored the roots music with historic performances, rare archive tape, and interviews with artists including country legend Merle Haggard, bluesmen Honeyboy Edwards and Taj Mahal, and fiddle greats Alison Krauss and Mark O'Connor.
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Air safety instructions from Air New Zealand

This cheerful and original air safety video from Air New Zealand is lot more fun to watch than the usual air safety demonstrations.

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This site is designed for parents and teachers who are helping Spanish-speaking children learn to read in English. Find activities to help children learn about sounds, letters, and words. Use tips and materials to help children develop skills in reading. (Available in English and Spanish.) This site is filled with useful information, strategies, activities, and resources for all teachers of ELLs, whether you are an ESL teacher or a content area teacher with one or two English learners in your cl
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Acknowledgements

Except for third party materials and otherwise stated (see terms and conditions), this content is made available under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 Licence

Grateful acknowledgement is made to the following sources for material used in this course:
Author(s): The Open University

HST.723 Neural Coding and Perception of Sound (MIT)
This course focuses on neural structures and mechanisms mediating the detection, localization and recognition of sounds. Discussions cover how acoustic signals are coded by auditory neurons, the impact of these codes on behavioral performance, and the circuitry and cellular mechanisms underlying signal transformations. Topics include temporal coding, neural maps and feature detectors, learning and plasticity, and feedback control. General principles are conveyed by theme discussions of auditory
Author(s): Bertrand Delgutte,Jennifer R. Melcher,John Guinan,

Introduction

This course provides an introduction to data and processes in software, and provides a basis that enables these fundamental ideas to be developed in a clear and precise way. It has two main aims. The first is to illustrate how we can describe ways in which data may be structured and processed. The second is to introduce you to some vocabulary and concepts that help us to do this. The material is accessible to anyone with a little experience of the use of symbols in presenting ideas.

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Movie Maker
Practical exercise designed to develop skills in basic image and video editing and presentation using Windows Movie Maker, a freely available editing software that is part of the Windows Operating System. A local travel agency, Top Travel has asked us to produce a 30-second multimedia presentation for their web site promoting the various attractions on offer in this region. We need approximately 30 digital photos of the local area incorporated with a sound
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