Dyslexia : Types of Dyslexia
Video is presented by Dr. Diane Sawyer.  There are four main types of dyslexia; the first one is the most common it is phonological dyslexia, This is where children have difficulty separating out the parts of language, such as words within sentences and sounds within words.  Then orthographic dyslexia, means the individual has difficulty with the spelling patterns.  The last type discussed is dyscalculia, which is having the difficulty with mat
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Old MacDonald Had a Farm
Lively cartoon drawings and photographs accompany the song. Children's choir sings. The words representing the animal sounds are written on the slides.  The repetition is fun for children especially when they accompany the song with hand movements.  (2:10)
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The Alphabet Song
This is a great song to help teach the sounds that each letter makes plus help students learn over 50 new words that go with all the sounds of the alphabet.

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Phonic Faces Beginning Reader
Preschooler learns alphabet, letter-sounds and phonological awareness by reading a specially designed Phonic Faces alphabet-storybook learning letter-sounds is a natural part of reading these stories. (2:46)
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Colour on the Thames (1935)
(This is a higher-quality version of one of BFIFilms' most popular titles) This film is tricky to describe: is it a boat study, a film-poem, an experiment, a picture postcard? One thing is certain: it's a rare colour snapshot of the Thames and London in the 1930s - and it looks quite magical. Its artistic qualities may look a bit old-fashioned to us today; the slow pace, orchestral music and moody colours definitely belong to a bygone era, strikingly peaceful and undemanding. Yet colour film w
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5.4 A dimensional model of religion

Given the problems of devising a succinct definition of religion, some contemporary scholars have produced broader profiles of religion without claiming to identify one distinguishing characteristic. One example of this kind of approach is the seven-dimensional model of religion proposed by Ninian Smart, a specialist in the study of world religions. Smart argues that, if his model is adequate, ‘then we do not need to worry greatly about further definition of religion’ (Smart, 1989, p
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Statistical Signal Processing for Modern High-Dimensional Data Sets
April 8, 2009 - Patrick Wolfe, Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering, Statistics and Information Sciences Laboratory, School of Engineering and Applied Science, Harvard University Modern science and engineering applications give rise to the vast quantities of high-dimensional data. This talk will provide a broad research perspective on the challenges and opportunities of drawing inferences from such data sets. For the large collections of sounds, images and networks acquired by modern s
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MSU Taps Project
On November 11, 2010, Veterans Day, the Missouri State University community will witness a first for our campus. The MSU Alliance for Veterans and Veterans Day planning committee will commemorate the World War I moment of cease-fire right before 11 am with the playing of 'Taps.' The unique feature of this performance will be that it will be performed by 79 trumpeters/buglers stationed all around campus playing 'Taps' in a cascading/round fashion. Trumpeters/Buglers will be spaced at regular
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Let's talk about death

It sounds simple, but as Professor Jane Seymour explains in this podcast, a lack of openness about death impacts on the quality of care provided to the dying and bereaved.



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"A Leave-Taking" by Algernon Charles Swinburne (poetry reading)
"Algolagnic" is a word that describes Algernon Charles Swinburne's nature. He liked pain, both as the donor and the recipient. This description is not inaccurate or excessive - in fact it would be difficult to invent a description of Algy that sounds more excessive than the truth. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Algernon_Charles_Swinburne There's a debate about whether the lady who dumped him was "Boo", aka Jane Faulkner the neice and adopted daughter of Sir John Simon. He declared his love
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Stephen Quake at the 2014 DOE JGI Genomics of Energy & Environment Meeting
By: JGI Steve Quake, Stanford University, at the 9th Annual Genomics of Energy & Environment Meeting on March 18, 2014 in Walnut creek, Calif.
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Dessau lecture3 part A
By: icamvideo Boulder summer school 2014 videos
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Haiti's Lost Generation Trailer
2010 YouTube Project: Report winner Paul Franz presents the trailer for his documentary, Haiti's Lost Generation, which chronicles the state of education in the country.
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How to extract value from Intellectual Property pt 1 (materials)
This zipped file contains all of the materials that made up the "How to extract value from Intellectual Property pt 1". Inside the file is a narrative, the full PowerPoint slide and cc licence information for all the clip art and materials that have been used. There are audio files that also can be used under the creative commons. The relevant attribution and sources for the materials can be found in the narrative transcript of the lecture.
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Lower Intermediate Lesson S3 #17 - Did You Come Here Just to Give Me a Hard Time in Spanish?
Learn Spanish with SpanishPod101.com! You knew that when you came to this Spanish bar, it wasn’t going to be easy to find a seat. Luckily, you could speak Spanish and win the coveted spot near the bar. Now, it is simply a matter of using your Spanish to win the attention of the attractive stranger [...]
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17,000-Acre Wetland Habitat in Southeastern BC, Canada
Established by Provincial Legislation in 1968 under the Creston Valley Wildlife Act, the Creston Valley Wildlife Management Area (CVWMA) consists of 17,000 acres of provincial land. No narrations.  Nature sounds. Run time 01:30.
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Spanish Vocab Builder #59 - Feeling Sad? Learn The Top 21 Words For Negative Emotions
Learn Spanish with SpanishPod101.com! Our Spanish vocabulary lists are listener favorites, and now we’ve made them even better! In each lesson, you’ll hear the Spanish words and phrases from the Spanish vocabulary lists. Join us for Spanish Vocab Builder! In this lesson, you’ll learn Feeling Sad? Learn The Top 21 Words For Negative Emotions. Click here [...]
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Internationalizing the Curriculum: Champlain College and the Global Module Project
Champlain College, a leader in both online and international education, uses the Internet to create Global Modules that link the students and faculty at two or three international educational institutions for shared online readings, discussion and teamwork. Students at Champlain have used the Global Modules format to discuss women’s issues with students in the U.A.E., terrorism with Jordanian students, globalization with Indian students, the peace movement with Austrian students and the Lebanon
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Internet Scout Project
From National Geographic, this WildWorld -- Sights and Sounds website offers visitors an immersion experience in "some of the world's most distinctive ecoregions through audio, video, photos, interviews, conservation tips, and more." The eight ecoregions include the Bering Sea, Eastern Himalayan Broadleaf and Conifer Forests, Amazon River and Flooded Forest, and Mesoamerican Reef -- just to name a few. Separate ecoregion sites provide a map with links allowing visitors to connect to clear photos
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Morphological variation of the proximal femur in selected skeletal remains
The purpose of this thesis is to examine the structural variation of the proximal femur in human skeletal samples. The goal was to investigate and further describe the morphology of the proximal femur through quantitative observation. Subsets of measurements were used to calculate platymeric indices, which demonstrate the presence or absence of platymeria in a population. Metric analyses of the femur were also used to study size and shape differences in populations for indications of sexual dimo
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