Bloom's Taxonomy According to Pirates of the Caribbean
The six levels of Benjamin Bloom's Taxonomy of Educational Objectives as found in Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl. Music from Pirates, this is a fun video that demonstrates the levels for students to understand better. If the students have a hand-out with the taxonomy it would be best for them to gain a better understanding of the terms.

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Integrating Social and Behavioral Theory into Public Health Part II: Mezzo/Micro-Level Theories
Builds upon knowledge of basic public health concepts and theory, showing how they are incorporated into intervention design and evaluation on an individual, group, community, and national scale.
Author(s): Larry Wissow

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La venganza de los cuentos

Una leyenda coreana

Érase una vez un niño al que gustaba muchísimo que le contaran cuentos. Sin embargo, a pesar de lo mucho que disfrutaba escuchando las historias, él no se las contaba nunca a nadie. Cada cuento nuevo que…


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Ars Memoriae - Colloquium 01 - Corderii
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Windows Phone 7 at CES 2011

Greg Sullivan gives us a tour of what's happening for Windows Phone 7 at CES 2011. The new devices look stellar!


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Wisdom from our Founding Fathers (no narration)
This video shares some of the principles and beliefs of America's Founding Fathers. There is no narration...only music, pictures, and the printed word. 
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Newbie Lesson S3 #11 - Nihongo Dōjō - Your Love of Japanese Will Drive You to Common Grounds!
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! That was close. Well, not that close, but close enough to make you wonder. She isn’t much of a driver, but at least she avoided an accident. Maybe you distract her. Your Japanese was probably so bad she couldn’t understand you! So you ask her in Japanese – since it is [...]
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5 Practice dividing in your head

Before you go any further, you might want to practise doing some divisions in your head using basic multiplications of numbers up to 10. For example if you know:

  • 8 multiplied by 6 is 48

then you also know:

  • 48 divided by 6 is 8

To practise, go to one of the following websites:

  1. The Practice sums page of the Numbers website. Select Division from the
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History of Mother's Day on Vimeo
This touching video is all graphics with some image of famous women. Is a good video for Mothers Day or for any study of women in history. Some remarkable information.
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Christopher Beam Takes On Libertarianism

They say there's no such thing as bad publicity. Indeed, a recent New York magazine article — with the dubious title "The Trouble With Liberty" — includes pithy quotes from Mises Institute president Doug French, which should appeal to open-minded readers.

But even though the New York author, Christopher B
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Finally, a Real Creator Is Person of the Year

Time's Person of the Year seems to often be reserved for despots and politicians. Joseph Stalin, Churchill, Truman, Ike, LBJ, Reagan, and George W. Bush each made a couple of appearances, while FDR was Man of the Year three times in the days prior to gender neutrality. Entrepreneurs are few and far between. Time even p
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Speeches for Principals and Teachers

Speeches for Prinipals and Teac
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Wroxeter Roman City J900034

WROXETER ROMAN CITY, Shropshire. Aerial reconstruction drawing of the city as it may have appeared in early 3rd century by Ivan Lapper.


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Mixing Oil and Ecosystems
“An oil spill is a crime scene,” says Christopher Reddy, but quite unlike the kind in TV whodunits, where fictional forensic whizzes help nail down perpetrators with an arsenal of lab tools. For Reddy, a chemist involved in analyzing oil spills, investigations take years, and do not always yield certain results.
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Estructuras Metálicas
La finalidad de esta asignatura es transmitir los fundamentos básicos del proyecto y la construcción de estructuras de acero. La formación recibida en el curso permite proyectar y construir estructuras metálicas de perfiles laminados. La asignatura aporta, por tanto, parte de la formación necesaria para que el futuro titulado pueda desarrollar adecuadamente las atribuciones profesionales relacionadas con el comportamiento de las estructuras metálicas y con su capacidad para concebir, proye
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Twenty five dead in Mexico drug violence
At least 25 people found dead in Acapulco in a day of drug gang skirmishes
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Voting kicks off in Sudan
Sudanese cast ballots in a referendum that will choose between unity or secession for the south.
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Anthropology of East Europe Review
The Anthropology of East Europe Review (AEER) is published twice a year by the East European Anthropology Group (EEAG), a group that specialises in Central and Eastern Europe, Balkans and the Post-Soviet societies of Europe and Asia. The journal is supported by the SOYUZ, the Research Network for Postsocialist Cultural Studies. The journal website provides free open access to all articles and book reviews published since 2009. Lonks are given to abstrtacts and tables of contents of earloer mat
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Carisbrooke Castle N081085

CARISBROOKE CASTLE, Isle of Wight. The gatehouse.


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The Buildings of Watson Fothergill
Images of buildings by Nottingham's most recognisable architect
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