"A Refusal to Mourn" Poem by Dylan Thomas
A bombastic recitation of "A Refusal To Mourn The Death, By Fire, Of A Child In London" by Dylan Thomas, accompanied by photos of Thomas and parts of Wales where he grew up.  A banner travels across the screen with the text of the poem. (01:39)
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Robert Louis Stevenson - "Whole Duty of Children"
Presents a still photo of a young boy from the era,  accompanied by the reading of this short 4-line poem for which Stevenson is famous.
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Story Time | Poetry / Interpreting Figurative Language
Reading Comprehension | Listen to this poem about a child riding on a train written by RL Stevenson, a Scottish poet, over 100 years ago.
There are no moving images in this video; it just has narration. (01:47)

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Toot and Puddle: Trip to the Beach
This brief animated cartoon video shows book characters Toot and Puddle enjoying time at the beach.  Incomplete.   Prefaced and followed by advertisements.  (1:04)
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Weather Phenomenon - Halo with multiple Sun dogs
A halo (also known as a nimbus or Gloriole) is a ring of light that surrounds an object. Halos, also known as icebows, are optical phenomena There is no commentary, just music.
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Demonstrative video of the parts of flowers
This video is a fairly simple narration of the parts and function of a flower, together with suggestions for student activities. The video addresses the petals, pistil, stigma, style ovary, stamen, anther, filament, pollen, and sepal.

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While this video successfully addresses the structure of the flower, its dialogue is aimed more toward teachers, and suggests a few ideas for activities to do with their students.

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Public Speaking Tip for Kids - Closing Your Speech

This video explains how to close your speech.  When your audience leaves you want to give them something to remember, you can summarize what you said, have a call to action, or give them some information.  A strong opening and a strong ending makes a really great speech.  Public speaking is a great activity for kids of all ages.  This video is of good quality and appropriate for elementary, middle and high school students.<
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What to See in the Sky with a Telescope
Don Pensak of Scope City shares tips on how to see the night sky using your new telescope. Don will show you would to look for while looking at the moon, planets, and galaxies. (02:57)
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Northern California SeaWiFS False Color Stills
SeaWiFS false color (chlorophyll-phytoplankton levels) ocean and true color land of Northern California for 20 dates from September 9, 1997 to August 8, 1998
Author(s): Gene Feldman,Jesse Allen

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1000 Catullus Selections Introduction
Cookesley's Selections and notes on Catullus
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Author(s): Bill Nicholls

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Science, Faith and Reason
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The Religious Roots of the Idea of Scientific Laws
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Can a Scientist Believe the Resurrection?
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A Life In Law [Audio]
Speaker(s): Lord Bingham, Professor Ross Cranston | Legal biographies and autobiographies are a rich and important source of information about the legal system, statute law and the legal profession.Lord Bingham is patron of The Legal Biography Project. Ross Cranston is centennial professor of law at LSE.
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Escaping the Prisoners' Dilemma [Audio]
Speaker(s): Professor Nicola Lacey | Only by understanding the institutional preconditions for a tolerant criminal justice system can we think clearly about the possible options for reform within the British system.
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