Counting By Two Song
This animated video will help children learn to count by twos. The lyrics repeat themselves several times. The monkey characters count to 100 while the numbers are displayed on the screen. Some of the lyrics include "We're gonna count by two's. Me and you. All numbers will be even. That's just what we do".  (02:53)
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Graph of the Sine Function - Khan Academy
Using the unit circle definition of the sine function to make a graph of it. In an easy conversational tone, the instructor uses the computer screen as his 'blackboard' and different colors to emphasis his points. For high school students. (07:45)
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Dark Chocolate Health Benefits - www.MyChocolateMedicine.com
Â Dr. Steve Warren talks about the health benefits of cold processed dark chocolate. He explains the function of anti-oxidants and bioflavonoids and the fact that cold processed dark chocolate is the #1 superfood in the world. There is only one company in the entire world that makes cold processed dark chocolate and has the worldwide patent on this process.
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Shurley English Sentence Rap
This teacher-made video uses the Shurley method to sing a short rap on sentence structure and the 5 keys to making a sentence.Â  The five keys include: (1) A sentence must have a subject.Â  (2) A sentence must have a verb.Â  (3) A sentence must make sense with every single word.Â  (4) The first word in a sentence must start with a capital letter. (5) THe end of a sentence must have an end mark.Â  Run time 02:24.
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Statistics: Variance of a Population - Khan Academy
Mr. Khan continues his discussion about statisitics. This is the video after Sample vs. Population Mean. In this video, he discusses the variance of a population. (12:22)
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Historia de la Lengua Alemana
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Author(s): Julio SÃƒÂ¡nchez HernÃƒÂ¡ndez

Calisphere Themed Collection - 1929-1939: The Great Depression: Everyday Life in Hard Times
The images in this topic provide a look at the everyday lives of Californians during the decade of the 1930s. Although many people struggled to survive during the Great Depression, these photographs also show that some still found employment, and many managed to enjoy themselves despite the hard economic times.
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Models for Relating Science and Religion
Prof. Mikael Stenmark : Course
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Should We Be Afraid of the Muslim Brotherhood? - The Arab Revolutions with Professor Allen
Should the west be afraid of the Muslim Brotherhood's role in the Arab revolutions? Professor Allen provides some insight and analysis. Dr. Roger Allen has been an Arabic language and literature professor at the University of Pennsylvania since 1968. This position is the oldest professorial post in Arabic in the United States, dating back to 1788. In this series of videos produced by the University of Pennsylvania, Dr. Allen provides context and analysis of the Arab revolutions sweeping Africa
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The Fallacy of Scientism as a Worldview
Prof. Mikael Stenmark : Course
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3 Audio activity
This unit enables you to hear some of the founding members of the Bedfordshire Mencap organisation talk about how the organisation was established and the wide range of support services it offers. The work that individuals exerted to promote change is a source of pressure towards the ideal that parents should be supported in their task of bringing up children with learning difficulties.
Author(s): The Open University

Beginner S6 #17 - A Lonely Birthday in Japan
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! Despite being way too busy with work, you have a hard time saying no to people in Japanese. Your boss heaps more work on you, and you tell him yes, even though he knows you are overloaded. Your Japanese friends ask you for help (probably because they know you’ll say yes), [...]
Author(s): JapanesePod101.com

Evolution and Fine-Tuning in Biology - Part 2
Prof. Simon Conway Morris FRS: Course
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3 Sound production in musical instruments
How do different instruments produce the sounds we classify as music? How do we decide whether something â€“ a piano, a vacuum cleaner â€“ is actually a musical instrument? In this unit we investigate the way vibrations and sound waves are harnessed to create music.
Author(s): The Open University

3.3 Care: a contested word
Care is needed at all stages of life. This unit makes care in the family its focus because the overwhelming majority of care, including health care, is supplied in families, much of it in private, much of it unnoticed and unremarked upon. The meaning of the term (informal carer) and the word (care) itself are explored.
Author(s): The Open University

A Lecture by Jens Stoltenberg, Prime Minister of Norway [Audio]
Speaker(s): Jens Stoltenberg | Jens Stoltenberg's Second Government was appointed on 17 October 2005. It is a majority government representing the Labour Party, the Socialist Left Party and the Centre Party. It was re-elected in a general election earlier this year. Mr. Stoltenberg was Prime Minister 2000-2001, Minister of Finance 1996-1997 in ThorbjÃ¸rn Jagland's Government, Minister of Trade and Energy 1993-1996 in Gro Harlem Brundtland's Third Government, and state secretary at the Ministry o
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13 Products for markets
Designed products surround us all and range from bus tickets to buildings. This unit focuses firmly on usability and the increasingly important phenomenon of people-centred design. It aims to inform consumers of design (i.e., all of us) about this crucial characteristic of design. The unit is derived from the Open University course T211 on Design and Designing, but as well as stimulating interest in areas of concern for producers of design it might also provide an introduction to engineering, ma
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On Happiness [Audio]
Speaker(s): Professor Andrew Clark, Dr Antti Kauppinen | Is there more to happiness than pleasure or belief that life is going well? Should public policy aim at increasing happiness instead of prosperity or social justice? Andrew Clark is a CNRS research professor at the Paris School of Economics and a research associate at the Centre for Economic Performance, LSE. Antti Kauppinen is lecturer in the Department of Philosophy at Trinity College Dublin.
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3.2.1 Ever-changing labels
Care is needed at all stages of life. This unit makes care in the family its focus because the overwhelming majority of care, including health care, is supplied in families, much of it in private, much of it unnoticed and unremarked upon. The meaning of the term (informal carer) and the word (care) itself are explored.
Author(s): The Open University