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What Pi Sounds Like
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20th Century Battlefields: 1918 Western Front
In the first major American action of the war, US Marines take on a tenacious German defense in the Battle of Belleau Wood. In this video clip, learn more about World War I in this video and U.S. military actions against the Germans. (3:35)
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Revenge of the Meerkat
Mattias Klum Gets Up Close and Personal With Meerkats in this four minute video. The presentation features photographs and narration by the photographer who enhances the work with humor and insights. The teacher may want to preview the video to make sure the terms around the 3:17 mark are okay for the age level. (04:02)
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Virtual Maths - Numbers, 3D Cylinder simulation tool
Interactive simulation tool demonstrating the formula for calculating the volume of a 3D cylinder
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Learn computer science through Pixar and the Khan Academy
Finding Dory represents nearly thirty years of innovation and computer science.
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Stopping Epileptic Seizures With Fewer False Alarms
Epilepsy affects 50 million people worldwide, but in a third of these cases, medication cannot keep seizures from occurring. One solution is to shoot a short pulse of electricity to the brain to stamp out the seizure just as it begins to erupt. But brain implants designed to do this have run into a stubborn problem: too many false alarms, triggering unneeded treatment. To solve this, a Johns Hopkins biomedical engineer has devised new seizure detection software that, in early testing, significan
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2.2 Summary

Social scientists need to stand back, to view common sense or ‘what everybody knows’ from the perspective of a stranger. Common sense about social problems such as poverty involves a process of social construction, drawing on a repository or storeroom of underlying theories and assumptions. Common sense has been built up over time, carrying with it traces of earlier understandings which are also brought into discussions of new issues and debates. Common sense is itself divided, reflecting
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Violet’s Music
A read-aloud.  In this video segment from Between the Lions, Cleo reads the Lion family a story of a little girl named Violet who loves music and searches for people just like her. When Violet was a baby she played her rattle music, but she couldn't find anyone who wanted to play music with her. When Violet was two, she made a horn and tooted it all day, but her family wouldn't play music with her. In kindergarten, Violet looked for other kids who wanted to play music all day long. Nob
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Turtle, by Kay Ryan
This video segment from Poetry Everywhere features the poet Kay Ryan reading her poem “Turtle” at the Dodge Poetry Festival. Ryan has said that she develops her poems “the way an oyster does, with an aggravation”—is “Turtle” an example of that? Is the narrator’s description of the plodding animal an appreciation of its patience, or just an exasperated list of the turtle’s shortcomings? (1:08)
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Understanding Story Elements - Who, What, Where
A good story includes who the story is about (the characters), what it is about (the plot) and where it takes place (the setting). A storyteller can create any story with these building blocks. As readers, when we can identify these elements in a story, we can better interpret, understand and respond to it. Additionally, it's entertaining when we can tell it in different ways, such as through the rhyming style of rap. In this video segment from JAKERS!, a storyteller tells a story in the fo
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I'm Going On A Bear Hunt
The song in this video was created by Greg and Steve off the kids in action CD. My kids loved this song and so we made the video and hope your kids enjoy it too. A large screen is provided on the screen for each area in the song - a wheat field, a bridge, a tree etc.(Regarding the part that says wheat is illegal in writing... It is not, but when I made this video my daughter was on a GFCF diet and was not allowed to have wheat.) (04:53)
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Historians and the Welfare-Warfare State
Joseph Stromberg covers Historians and the Welfare-Warfare State at the 2001 History of Liberty seminar.

Pre-History of the Austrian School
Jorg Guido Hülsmann discusses the Pre-History of the Austrian School at Mises University 2001.

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Yosemite in Depth: Geologic Timeline
This interactive geologic timeline is part of the site for Yosemite National park. Users can scroll across the geologic timeline and find out what was happening on Earth at that time. The site also includes a nicely illustrated geologic overview of the park, a virtual hike, quizzes, and a glossary and reference page.
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SAT Practice 01 Part I

This video is about SAT Math Practice, it will show how to solve any SAT math questions related with Defined Functions.

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The Art of Francis Bacon - Part 2/6
Francis Bacon is widely held to be the greatest living painter in the world. No actual Bacon footage, but some good close-ups and quotes narrated by Derek Jacobi. No actual Bacon footage, but some good close-ups and quotes narrated by Derek Jacobi. Bacon lived from 1909-1992.  He was an Irish painter  who lived mostly in London.  In 1960 he painted portrait heads of his friends because he wanted to defeat death by leaving images.
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CULTURE NUMÉRIQUE : 08 L'hypertexte (Vidéo)
La définition qui semble la plus adéquate de l'hypertexte a été posée en introduction d'un numéro spécial de juillet 1988, désormais célèbre, du journal Communication of the ACM. Smith et Weiss y considéraient l'hypertexte comme « une approche de la gestion de l'information dans laquelle les données sont conservées dans ...
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CULTURE NUMÉRIQUE : 09 Les protocoles du réseau internet (Vidéo)

Points essentiels

  • Notions de protocole
  • Modèle client-serveur
  • Quelques protocoles du réseau
  • POWDER : Protocol for Web Description Ressources
  • Code is law

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How Babies Learn Languages
This thirteen-minute video is a lecture that helps solve the puzzle of why babies can learn languages within a limited amount of time. A great graph is presented to show the sharp learning curve. The lecture explains the importance of how young people learn to discriminate sounds while older humans cannot do this. Exceptional data.
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WarveteransTV : De Herinnering Leeft
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Een van de missies van het Instituut voor Veteranen - NIOOO is het levendig houden van de Herinnering aan die conflicten waaraan de Oud-strijders uit de Eerste en de Tweede Wereldoorlog en de Veteranen van humanitaire en vredesmissies hebben …


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