Building a pot - WordWorld
The WordWorld crew use the letters P, O, and T to build a pot. Uses letter names and sounds. From the PBS Kids' show. Claymation video.  Excellent production. (1:15)
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Teaching Phonics - 44 Sounds of English (Part 2)
There are 44 sounds in the English language and this video
shows them all. Use this phonics video for pre-k, kindergarten,
first grade, and anyone learning English. This phonics movie will teach the 44 different sounds that are found in the English language. This video can be used for learning phonics, reading, spelling, word recognition, and practicing letter sounds. Check out http://www.HaveFunTeaching.com for the full video.

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Consonants B to H Beginning Sounds Song - Let's Start Smart
This video focuses on the sounds that b, c, d, f, g, & h make at the beginnings of words. The video begins with a lesson on each letter's name and the sound it makes, followed by words that begin with the letter. Then, a song reviews the letter names, sounds, and words. The narrators adds "uh" to some initial consonants which may be confusing for some learners.  (3:03)
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Words Beginning With ch, sh, th, wh, sl, sn - Hooked on Phonics
This video focuses on beginning consonant combinations ch, sh. th, wh, sl, and sn. The sound each consonant pair makes is presented first, then a word that begins with the consonants. The words are repeated twice, then the sounds are reviewed a final time at the end. (4:09)
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Between the Lions Blending Words

PBS Kids Video.  "Sir w" is back at Blending Fields, this time in a joust with "Sir et" in this exciting display of brave knights charging together at high speed to make the word “wet”.  Host Gawain is on hand to bring you all the action.  Video average quality, it is short, but shows how sounds are put together to make words.  (:52)


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Open Court Reading Sound Spelling Card Song
A 5th grade class demonstrates the Open Court Reading Curriculum Alphabet Phonics Sound-Spelling Card 'English Sounds' in a Sing-Song Memorizable format. These cards are the mandatory equipment posted in every LAUSD elementary classroom.  The students hold up the phonics card to show the picture, show back of card with letters and say the sound in unison.  It goes a little fast and sometimes the students are saying the sound before the card is shown.

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Between the Lions: Cliff Hanger and the Soiled Oil Lamp

Oh, boy! Here's Cliff Hanger this time the video is filled with "oi" and "oy" words. Will Cliff employ them to get off his cliff?  Video is in cartoon form and in good quality.  Some words in the video are shown printed out on the screen, this would be good for early readers.  Video also describes words with “oi” and “oy” sounds.  Video is good for students learning or reviewing the “oi” and “oy” combination and ea
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Beginning Sounds Part 4
Learn beginning sounds with this animated clip.  A picture is shown and then the words is shown.  The narrator says the beginning sound of the word and then the entire word.  There are 38 words in this clip.

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Beginning Sounds Part 1
Learn beginning sounds in this clip.  The clips shows a letter and asks students to listen to the letter sound and repeat the sound of the letter.  A picture is shown to go along with the letter sound.  Word sounds are repeated 4 times for each letter sound. More practice at: http://homepage.mac.com/nathanjschaub/abc/index.htm
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Consonant Digraphs Song - Ch, Sh, Th, Wh
CH, SH, TH, and WH are introduced in song, with many slide examples of words starting with these sounds (whole words on screen), followed by a song with lyrics on the screen.  Very catchy song.   (1:48)
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Words Beginning With the Digraph "Th"
This computer animated video lesson concentrates on the digraph "th" and the two sounds it can make at the beginning of a word. Several words beginning with each sound are presented and read by the narrator. There is time for the viewer to read the words ahead of the narrator on the last time through. Color is used to highlight letters as the words are built. (2:51)
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Reading Words With Digraphs - Hooked on Phonics
This video contains digraphs -ch, -tch, -sh, -th, -mp, -nd, -ng. Each consonant group is shown on the screen and sounded out by a narrator. Then the sounds are shown in the context of a word which is spelled out on the screen. This is repeated several times, giving the viewer time to practice each sound and corresponding word. Good use of color to highlight sounds. (4:21)
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How to Play the Flute: Tips and Techniques : How to Play a Flute Head Joint
Learn how to play flute head joint from a professional flutist in this  video.  Leah Connolly teaches you how to produce both high and low sounds just using the hearjoint. (1:42)
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Teaching Kids Words that End with Consonant Blends
Learn how to teach kids words that end with consonant blends,
like: lk, lt, nd and ng, and the different sounds they make; get more
tips about home schooling kids in this free education video.

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Aaron Copland-Appalachian Spring
Explore the sights, sounds and influences that brought Copland to write music that gave Americans a sense of their own identity and created a truly American sound. With excerpts from the original 13-instrument version of Appalachian Spring
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What Neurology Can Tell Us about Human Nature - October 15, 2009
Studies of neurological patients can provide insight into the workings of the brain and suggest new treatments. The first section of the lecture will focus on phantom limbs as a key to understanding brain functions. We show that far from having fixed connections, even the basic “wiring ” of the brain is constantly being modified in response to changing sensory inputs. This has theoretical implications as well as practical implications for recovery of function from stroke, phantom pain, and
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What Neurology Can Tell Us about Human Nature - October 15, 2009
Studies of neurological patients can provide insight into the workings of the brain and suggest new treatments. The first section of the lecture will focus on phantom limbs as a key to understanding brain functions. We show that far from having fixed connections, even the basic “wiring ” of the brain is constantly being modified in response to changing sensory inputs. This has theoretical implications as well as practical implications for recovery of function from stroke, phantom pain, and
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8.2 Secondary prevention using drugs

Extensive research has been carried out into the use of drugs to help limit damage and minimise deterioration of an established heart or circulatory condition. The use of four main drug categories together reduces the risk of an MI, a stroke or cardiovascular disease death over the next two years by 75 per cent in patients with previous coronary heart disease or stroke (2002 figures from Mackay and Mensah, 2004). Such secondary prevention of cardiovascular diseases has been formalised into a
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6.2 Chemical symbols

So far, atoms have been represented as labelled spheres or circles and the bonds that link atoms in molecules have been represented as lines. This is a rather cumbersome method of writing down molecules. Chemists have developed their own shorthand language for the names of the elements. It involves giving each element a symbol consisting of one or two letters. You can guess some of them, because they start with the first letter of the element's name. Thus oxygen is designated by
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