The World of Peter Rabbit And Friends: Beatrix Potter - The Tale of Two Bad Mice
This installment of the televisedÂ film series begins with a portrayal of Beatrix Potter (by an actress) at home, writing a story in a letter to a child, and moves into the animated story, The Tale of Two Bad Mice.Â  (7:19)Â Â
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Fall Dance Concert Dancers Without Borders Act One 11/20/10
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AlgTop18: Classification of combinatorial surfaces II
In this lecture we present the traditional proof of the most important theorem in Algebraic Topology: the classification of (two-dimensional) surfaces using a reduction to a normal or standard form. The main idea is to carefully cut and paste the polygons forming the surface in a particular way, creating either a sphere, or a number of crosscaps or handles. This is the 18th lecture of this beginner's course in Algebraic Topology, given by N J Wildberger of the School of Mathematics and Statisti
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This doesn't have the kind of physical presence that material evidence does, but it has a different strength: it gives us, more literally, voices from the past. We can, as it were, hear the ancient Greeks and Romans speak, about what happened, about how they felt, about what they thought, and experience how they expressed themselves. This gives us a rather different access to their world, complementary to the one we get from material culture.

Like the word â€˜artsâ€™, literature can sug
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Op dit Youtube kanaal vind je een aantal kinderliedjes die ondersteund zijn met gebarentaal:

• sinterklaasliedjes,
• verjaardagsliedjes,
• liedjes met voertuigen,
• kleuterliedjes,
• ...

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Judson Laipply: History of Dance
As with all YouTube videos block out comments. This is a fun video of one man's take-off on dance moves over recent times. A good video to encourage students to try their own versions. Kids are going to love this, teachers, too.Â Â  Run time 06:01
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Building a Business: Evaluating a Venture Idea
Pegram Harrison, Fellow in Entrepreneurship at the Said Business School, presents the 2nd lecture of the 2011/12 Building a Business lecture series.
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Dit is een activiteit om de spelling van de leerlingen te versterken. Leerlingen moeten de spelling van woorden lezen en onthouden op een andere locatie en dan trachten te reproduceren op een blad in klas. Aan te passen aan je lesonderwerp. …

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Winter Lecture Series - 2009: Y-Worry? Generation Y's attitudes towards debt and money
Dr Lisa McNeil of Marketing investigates Generation Y. Generation Y is said to be the â€˜want it nowâ€™ generation. A new study of consumption culture takes a closer look at the spending priorities of these young consumers and reveals that the very act of consumption is now integral to most of their social interactions, and fuelled by easy access to debt. But what implication does this have for society as Gen Ys grow older?
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This course extends the ideas introduced in the course on first-order differential equations to a particular type of second-order differential equation which has a variety of applications. The course assumes that you have previously had a basic grounding in calculus, know something about first-order differential equations and have some familiarity with complex numbers.

This OpenLearn course provides a sample of level 2 study in Author(s): The Open University

21L.708 Technologies of Humanism (MIT)
This course explores the properties of non-sequential, multi-linear, and interactive forms of narratives as they have evolved from print to digital media. Works covered in this course range from the Talmud, classics of non-linear novels, experimental literature, early sound and film experiments to recent multi-linear and interactive films and games. The study of the structural properties of narratives that experiment with digression, multiple points of view, disruptions of time, space, and of st
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Approaches to political studies
This is a module framework. It can be viewed online or downloaded as a zip file. As taught Autumn Semester 2010. This module introduces students to alternative theoretical approaches to the study of political phenomena. We consider the different forms of analysing, explaining, and understanding politics associated with approaches such as behaviouralism, rational choice theory, institutionalism, Marxism, feminism, interpretive theory and post-modernism. This module shows that the different a
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Suicide bomber attack kills 12 north of Kut
Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe April 21 - At least 12 people, including policemen, are dead and 26 others wounded when a suicide bomber blows himself up at a checkpoint north of Kut province. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe More Breaking News: http://smarturl.it/BreakingNews Reuters tells the world's stories like no one else. As the largest international multimedia news provider, Reuters provides coverage around the globe and a
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Concepts of stereoscopic vision have been around for more than two thousand years. Despite this long history, its application to the field to architecture and design seems relatively unexplored. Synthesis of two technologies, the stereoscope and the computer, was the focus of the present study. The goal of the research was to determine if computer-generated stereoscopic pairs hold value for architectural design. Using readily available computer technology (Apple Macintosh) the research team mode
Author(s): Ager, Mark Thomas and Sinclair, Brian R.

The concept of a â€˜good deathâ€™ is highly contentious. Definitions vary according to different historical and cultural contexts. At certain points in history there has existed formal teaching about the proper conduct of death and dying, perhaps the most noteworthy being the medieval books on â€˜the art of dying wellâ€™. These were often illustrated with woodcuts showing angels and devils at the deathbed competing for the dying personâ€™s soul. The accompanying inscriptions explain that God
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HST.584J Magnetic Resonance Analytic, Biochemical, and Imaging Techniques (MIT)
This course is an introduction to basic NMR theory. Examples of biochemical data obtained using NMR are summarized along with other related experiments. Students participate in detailed study of NMR imaging techniques, including discussions of basic cross-sectional image reconstruction, image contrast, flow and real-time imaging, and hardware design considerations. Exposure to laboratory NMR spectroscopic and imaging equipment is included.
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Become an Accountant: How to Become an Accountant
Becoming an accountant typically involves obtaining a degree, whether it be two-year or four-year, from an accredited higher learning institution. Discover the many different educational options available for accountants with tips from a certified public account in this free video on accounting.
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Lâ€™adolescente e lâ€™uso di sostanze psicoattive
Si analizza il rapporto fra adolescenza e uso di sostanze psicotrope (legali e illegali). Lo studio degli atteggiamenti dei giovani nei confronti dellâ€™uso e dellâ€™abuso di tali sostanze assume unâ€™importanza funzionale nella comprensione dei processi di costruzione e sviluppo dellâ€™identitÃ  e di tutti quegli elementi psicologici che vanno a comporre credenze, valori, sentimenti, cognizioni e sistemi di significato dei comportamenti dâ€™abuso.,It analyzes the relationship between adolescenc
Author(s): Zanellato, Lucia

In addition to the traditional types of teams or groups outlined above, recent years have seen the growth of interest in two other important types of team: 'self-managed teams' and 'self-organising teams'.

During the 1990s many organisations in the UK became interested in notions of empowerment and, often as a consequence, set up self-managed or empowered teams. An Industrial Society Survey (1995) commented:

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