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Pull to read an article - Headlines2 for webOS
 
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Just a short teaser how reading works in Headlines2. Pull up/down to read next/previous articles in your reading list.
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5 Tips to Create That Perfect Article Summary
 
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http://EzineArticles.com/ It can be easy to overlook the importance of the article summary. But, the truth is that your article summary gives you additional space beyond the article title to hook in potential readers. Watch this video to discover how to create perfect article summaries that increase your article views.
Views: 50618 EzineArticles
Annotating a text
 
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Video transcript: The first part of note taking while your reading is annotating. Annotating is making marks on what you're reading, either by underlining or highlighting, or my making comments in the margin. Obviously, you can only do this on a paper photocopy of what you're reading, but not on a library book or a journal. So, in this case, this is the essay that we're having a look at. The essay title is "The floods of 2007 were primarily a result of ineffective government policy. Discuss." And this extract over here is a short paragraph on a report which is on the Direct Government website, which talks about the government's response to the 2007 floods. So lets think about what we're going to do while we're annotating. The first step is to read the paragraph and decide where we would underline, highlight, make marks or arrows et cetera, so I'm going to gave you a short time to read the paragraph and make decisions. Right, basically an important thing to start with would be to have a look for the main idea. "Overall the review finds that the Government responded well to the emergencies"; that's a positive statement. Okay, and an interesting thing here is "overall." Overall is a linking word, which tells you that there's going to be a conclusion following. "Overall", "in conclusion", any of those tell you that there's going to be an important concluding idea, and it happens to be part of the main idea of this paragraph. Then if we read on a bit, it goes on to say "however", which is another linking word, but "however" is a linking word which tells us that the meaning of the sentence is going to change from positive to negative, or from negative to positive; there's going to be a change in meaning. So "the government responsed well to the emergencies...however Sir Michael concludes that the country was not as well prepared as it should have been", so here's a different kind of meaning. It was not as well prepared as it should have been, so here I'm underlining the negative statements in blue, and the positive statements in red. Right, "he warns that the flood risk is here to stay, and the signs are that similar extreme events are likely, underlying the need for better preparation", so better preparation is assuming that there wasn't very good preparation before, so that's again a negative statement, so if you have a look at this paragraph, it's half positive about the government's role and its conclusion and half negative. It's interesting, so the government responded well, but it needs better preparation. These two ideas, if we link them, these two form the main idea. The government responded well but it needed to be better prepared. All right, now lets look a bit more deeply at what is being said in here. Lets look at what evidence there is for what people are saying in this paragraph. Ok "overall the Review finds that the government responded well to the emergency, with effective collaboration between departments and agencies." The first thing I would think when I'm seeing that statement is where is the evidence? So, in our key, e=evidence. So how did they make this conclusion? "Sir Michael concludes that the country was not as well prepared as it should have been [upon which evidence?] ...he warns that 'flood risk is here to stay' [how does he know?] ...and the signs are that similar extreme events are likely [are they? Why? How does he know] ...underlying the need for better preparation." So if you really analyse a document in the way that we have done here, you can see that annotating actually helps you to understand the meaning of what you're reading, and also helps you to show up holes and patches in the author's argument, and get a handle on the main idea. So basically by annotating a text as you read it, it helps you to interact well with the text, it keeps you thinking, and it produces a document which is actually more valuable than just the plain paper it's written on before you annotated it. It is the first step in the note taking process and it should improve your understanding of the text
Elementary Reading Comprehension - Dusto 2
 
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Read along with Mr McGlover to Episode 2 of the Dusto Series, "Dusto Gets A Ride." To get the most out of the short practice session, follow three tips below. 1) Listen carefully to the words 2) Focus on each word 3) Don't space out! In other words, do your best to read along with the story. You can also practice by pausing the video after each page is read, and read back the words on that page. Download this eBook for iPad, iPhone, nookColor, nook, and more at http://www.epubbud.com/book.php?g=67UHMZSQ Mr McGlover values participation and a "learn by doing" approach to reading. To watch these videos in a "sheltered" environment without distractions, visit http://www.MrMcGlover.com/ for all children's videos in reading and math. This program does not replace the hard work you do in school or in any other program. It is meant for children that want additional practice in reading. © Mr McGlover LLC
Views: 21661 Mr McGlover
Finding the main idea in a text
 
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Transcript: You may already have done some work on finding the main ideas in a whole text. Well right now we're changing scale and we're looking at finding the main idea in a paragraph; so intensive reading. If you have a look at what you see on the screen, you should see an essay title, and that reads "The floods of 2007 were primarily a result of ineffective government policy. Discuss." So the extract which you see here which you're going to read is from a text which is related to this essay title. In fact, it's from the Pitt Review, which is an independent government review looking at the lessons that can be learned from the 2007 floods, and it's one of the recommendations on what the government should do about floods in the future. So, I'm going to give you a short time to read this paragraph, and try to think which sentence contains the main idea in this paragraph. Did you find the main idea in this paragraph? If you didn't, a good strategy is to try and look for repeated key words in the paragraph. Here we have an interesting one; there's the words "surface water"...there needs to be a new emphasis on guarding against "this type of flooding", that's surface water. Sir Michael Pitt says the Environment agency is best placed to develop a national approach to managing "surface water flood risk", including the development of "surface water" mapping, and it should no longer be a right of householders and businesses to lay "impermeable surfaces", which is also related. So if you have a look at this paragraph; "surface water" or related terms appear at least five times, so the main idea in the paragraph has something to do with surface water. So did you actually find the main idea in this paragraph? Yes you're right, it is contained in the very first sentence in the paragraph, and in fact this is the most common place to find the main idea for a paragraph. Lets read it; "with around two-thirds of the floods caused by surface water, there needs to be a new emphasis on guarding against this type of flooding." Well, if you didn't really know what surface water was in the first place, then it would be very hard for you to find this main idea in the paragraph, and actually vocabulary is one of the biggest obstacles to understanding a text. So in this example, surface water flooding is when rain falls on roofs and driveways and any surface where the water can't pass through (this is in urban areas), and then basically the water builds up from these surfaces and causes flooding of houses and businesses et cetera. And this in fact is different to the way the government thought about flooding in the past, because they used to think about it as flooding from rivers or from the sea, and this is a different type. So basically they're saying that there is this new kind of flooding and action needs to be taken against it, and that is the main ideas. Some of the subsequent ideas are that there should be a national approach to managing surface water; that there should be surface water mapping, and warning tools, and householders and businesses shouldn't be allowed to lay impermeable surfaces. So there are three sub-ideas underneath our main idea about surface water being a new type of flooding. Right, so basically this is a fairly straightforward example of how to find a main idea in a paragraph, but it's not always that easy. Main ideas may not always be contained in the first sentence of a paragraph. They can be found in different positions within the paragraph, and also they can be unhidden, or unstated. That is you have to kind of work them out for yourself, which is a little bit more difficult. If you would like more practise on finding main ideas in paragraphs, then feel free to go to the [email protected] reading skills topic page, and you'll find a couple of extra examples there.
Science Article Whisper #1
 
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My initial foray into the whispering community. I'm reading the first part of an article entitled "A Differentiation-Based Phylogeny of Cancer Subtypes."
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Here's How You Can Get Your Articles Read
 
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http://www.1st.nu/ca1-yt - There are a lot of articles out there - thousands or even tens of thousands. Many get read, many don't. This is because readers are picky - in fact they don't read much online. Many of them are skimmers - if they don't see what they like in the first few seconds they move on. These people think reading articles is a chore - especially if the content is very boring. The thing is your article needs to be read for it to work for you. In order for it to be read you need to write your article to be read. It's not a matter of just writing it - it's a matter of writing it so that it has quality, information and the buzz to get people to read them. That being said writing a good article doesn't have to be the end of the world for you. A little research, some time and patience and you can write a good article. The thing is once you get the hang of it your creative muse will come out and you will actually begin to enjoy it. Once you begin to enjoy writing it will show in your ariting and your readers will know it too. Write on something that you know about. When you do that it makes it easier for you to write. At the same time the flow will be there and readers will see it in your writing. Of course you still need the content to relate to your site and the product or service. When you get to writing: Make your paragraphs short. People don't like reading long paragraphs that seem to just go on and on and on. When they see a long paragraph they will simply skip that paragraph or totally just disregard the whole article. Break up your article using sub-headings. This will give readers a chance to take a breath. Not only that it will actually attract them to that portion of the article. At the same time it helps readers transition from one section to another. Another way to break up the article is to use bullet or number points. It makes things easier to remember and it gives emphasis to the information. Provide an attention grabbing headline and interesting content. Look at the news - they are examples of great attention grabbing headlines. It also helps that you maintain that interest from the headline all the way down to the end of the article. Even if the headline is great, if the content is bad the article will still not be read. For some reason readers like numbers and percentage. Scatter some facts and statistics in your article. When you have a good to read article you get to build your credibility. Once you have that it makes it easier for people to trust you and become your customers. **************************************************************** Learn from the Money Masters of Internet Marketing Global Success Club for your global online success http://www.1st.nu/ca1-yt ****************************************************************
Views: 27 gsclifestyleonline
FITNESS ARTICLES
 
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http://FitnessArticlesDaily.com Find Hottest Fitness Articles at Fitness Articles Daily. Everything you need to know and learn about Fitness, health, exercises is at Fitness Articles Daily Read Fitness topic from raving Author: - Fitness articles - Fitness women - Fitness workout - Fitness model - Fitness training - Fitness program - Fitness course - Fitness exercise - Healthy weight loss - Exercise - Workout - Body Building - Muscle building - AND MORE
Views: 4182 fitnessarticlesdaily
How to read newspaper stories
 
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This really useful guide shows you how to read newspaper stories. Check out http://www.takethefirststep.ie for courses.
The Five Myths About Anger
 
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Short clip of my latest article on ezine articles about the 5 myths about anger. Read the entire article at http://ezinearticles.com/6099648
Views: 55 jimmpopp
3 Must Read Articles if You are Buying a Home in North Atlanta
 
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Terry Burger of RE/MAX discusses three important articles in the news this month regarding Atlanta foreclosures, short sales, and the all important question: Is now the time to buy a home in Atlanta? Links to articles: Foreclosures at 40 Month Low http://lowes.inman.com/newsletter/2011/05/13/news/142995 The 10 Best Cities for Home Buyers http://money.cnn.com/galleries/2011/news/1103/gallery.best_cities_for_buyers.fortune/index.html Average Discounts on Foreclosures and Short Sales http://www.usatoday.com/money/economy/housing/2011-05-26-foreclosure-discounts_n.htm?csp=usat.me
Views: 126 burgerrealty
How to learn Chinese -Where to start-Chinese Pinyin (Part 1)
 
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Welcome to the fascinating world of Chinese phonetics and tones! You'll gain a general understanding of how Chinese phonetics work and become familiar with different tones. Want to master Chinese tones? Learn Chinese with eChineseLearning at http://goo.gl/XhDVGO Here are some tips to help you learn Chinese: 1. Improve your vocabulary. No matter language you’re learning., the more words you have at your disposal, the sooner you’ll become fluent. 2. Listen to Youtube videos, music and watch a lot of movies in Chinese with no subtitles. It is another good way to surround yourself in the language. Even if you can’t understand everything, try to pick out key words to help you get the gist of what’s being said. 3. Spend a lot of time with people where the language in common is Chinese. One of the best way to improve your new language skills is to practice speaking with a native speaker. 4. Once you get good enough, read as many books as you can in Chinese. Speak out loud and try to recite some short articles. What you read is of no use if you don’t speak it out. In the end, that’s the goal. Make sure you pronounce loud and clear. Good luck!
Views: 759996 eChineseLearning
Skin Bleaching - The Sword Within
 
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Links to watch complete documentaries and read articles: Setting the Skin Tone: Short documentary on the roots of skin bleaching in Jamaica. Also discussed is 'toning' vs extreme bleaching and the serious physical and psychological damage that can occur - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VNwIZ_xHjm0&feature=player_embedded VC2: Family of Skin Bleachers: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kQgSB2E9S_o&feature=related Dangers of skin bleaching, Skin bleaching victims: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A-gJW9io6gM Skin bleaching a growing problem in Jamaica slums: http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/cb_jamaica_skin_bleaching "If you're black you're ugly": http://signed-rawnaq.blogspot.com The Most Gangsta Reggae Artist Bleached his Skin: http://bluecandymedia.blogspot.com/2011/01/most-gangsta-reggae-artist-bleached-his.html VIBES KARTEL "ME STOP TALK BOUT BLEACHING" OH!! : http://chippsy.blogspot.com/2011/03/vibes-kartel-me-stop-talk-bout.html Songs: Kiprich - Caah Get Brown (Cake Soap) Official Music Video - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BLspSNHPWkM -- Vybz kartel 2011 Cake Soap: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wCgo76JGs5U http://jamaicalife.com http://thehypelifemag.com/2011/03/29/video-roots-of-skin-bleaching-in-jamaica-setting-the-skin-tone-documentary
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Summarizing: An After Reading Strategy
 
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Summarizing, being able to take a reading selection and sum it up in a short paragraph or sentence, helps readers better understand what they read. This peer learning lesson idea helps students to extract the essential information and summarize a text.
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How to write a good essay
 
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How to write an essay- brief essays and use the principles to expand to longer essays/ even a thesis you might also wish to check the video on Interview technique (now on this channel too!)
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Learn English Online - Reading Comprehension - Stonehenge
 
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A reading lesson for serious students of English as a second language. This lesson takes a look at one of the world's most ancient monuments: Stonehenge. By following and studying all these videos, students will be able to improve their understanding of written English in a variety of contexts and situations. The aim of these lessons is to provide students with as much variety of reading texts as possible, thus enabling students to develop their skills. Students will be able to read book reviews, car reviews, holiday reviews, technology reviews, restaurant reviews, sports reviews, news in brief, news articles, headlines, topic specific news, what's on columns, sports news, traditions, festivities, heritage, people, folklore, mystery, poetry and verse, short stories, funny stories, instructions, recipes, rules and regulations, games, timetables, road signs, TV listings, forms, car manuals, email, sms, memos, Facebook posts, agony aunts, magazine ads, billboards, small ads, websites, Ebay ads, vouchers, and myriad other texts that students would come across in an English speaking country. It is strongly recommended that students do as many lessons as possible (the more the better) and that they actively contribute to the comments with their homework, which will be corrected.
Views: 1544 The English Toolbox
Read Write Now 3 Programme 11 Learning Point 4 Proof Reading
 
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Read Write Now 3 Programme 11 Learning Point 4 Proof Reading
Views: 59 Nala Ireland
5 Tips For Delivering A Great Presentation - How To Speak In Front Of Others - Public Speaking Tips
 
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http://www.realmenrealstyle.com/free-ebook/ Click to receive my FREE 47 page eBook on Men's Style and Fashion. http://artofmanliness.com/2008/07/17/resurrecting-the-lost-art-of-oratory/ - One of my favorite articles on how to give a great speech - written by my good friends Brett and Kate McKay. 5 Tips For Delivering A Great Presentation - How To Speak In Front Of Others - Public Speaking Tips Did you know that Antonio has a NEW 600+ page premium eBook with a 14 hour audio companion? Click here to learn more - http://www.mensstyleadvice.com/
Views: 1409953 Real Men Real Style
No Hinge, Short Back Swing, One Handed Release Golf Technique
 
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Read article at http://articles.ocregister.com/2005-12-01/sports/24794201_1_arm-hammer-hammer-man-hand-eye-coordination http://www.wholebrainpower.net In this video "Hammer Man" Lavery demonstrates and explains his take on his unusual golf swing. He incorporates athletic moves from baseball and combines it with the golf swing to drive the golf ball with power and accuracy. His training with hand eye coordination feats include bouncing a golf ball 400 times in a row off a ball peen hammer. This is one of his secrets for his ball striking skills. Read about his methods in his book called Whole Brain Power.
Views: 15978 Whole Brain Power
the Articles "a" or "an" and "the" /ðə/ or "the" /ði:/
 
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how to use "a" or "an" and "the" /ðə/ or "the" /ði:/ ? not es easy as it looks :-)
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Learning English in Thailand, Reading by Primary 2 student at Pretty Pink English
 
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Prae is reading a short story "How do you go to school?". Her intonation is pretty good. Learning English for small kids at Pretty Pink English School in Mahachai, Thailand is fun, fun,fun.
Views: 143 maitannya
Jiffy Articles Review
 
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http://internetmarketing-review-news.com/JiffyArticles : Writing articles is great way to get traffic to your website but actually learning the art of writing is something else. In this article, I will offer some tips to helping you get started with writing articles easily. Before you start to write content that you would consider using on your website, start of by writing anything to help you get used to the idea of actually writing. This is where Jiffy Articles will come in very useful for you. It does not matter what you write or if it even makes sense, the idea behind it is to help you into the comfort of writing. If you are stuck for ideas about the style of writing, try to read as many articles written by other authors. The more articles you read, the more you will learn about how these authors have put together their articles and the style in which they were written. Once you are confortable with your writing ability and feel ready to go, start of by researching as much information about the topic or subject that you intend to write about. Taking down notes will help you to craft your articles much easier. You shoulkd always proof read your articles for grammar mistakes and other mistakes that you might have made. I would not worry about any mistakes until you have finished writing your content and you are happy that you have enough words for a good article. Once done writing, then you can go through and make good any mistakes. Writing articles is all about practice and the more you write, the better you will become. You will find that the more you write, the more ideas you will come up with and the better quality articles you will produce. Jiffy Articles is a great way to help you get started with writing articles and wil assist you in writing like a pro in no time.
Views: 109 Davina Marshall
Writing an article Synthesis
 
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For UNE Masters in Education Literacy Concentraiton
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Learn English Online - Reading Comprehension - Porridge
 
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A reading lesson for serious students of English as a second language. In today's lesson we look at the recipe for making perfect porridge, a common English dish. By following and studying all these videos, students will be able to improve their understanding of written English in a variety of contexts and situations. The aim of these lessons is to provide students with as much variety of reading texts as possible, thus enabling students to develop their skills. Students will be able to read book reviews, car reviews, holiday reviews, technology reviews, restaurant reviews, sports reviews, news in brief, news articles, headlines, topic specific news, what's on columns, sports news, traditions, festivities, heritage, people, folklore, mystery, poetry and verse, short stories, funny stories, instructions, recipes, rules and regulations, games, timetables, road signs, TV listings, forms, car manuals, email, sms, memos, Facebook posts, agony aunts, magazine ads, billboards, small ads, websites, Ebay ads, vouchers, and myriad other texts that students would come across in an English speaking country. It is strongly recommended that students do as many lessons as possible (the more the better) and that they actively contribute to the comments with their homework, which will be corrected.
Views: 806 The English Toolbox
NewsforYouOnline.com Demo
 
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News for You Online.com is an online news source designed for people who are learning to read, write, or speak English. Seven new stories are posted weekly for 48 weeks a year. These engaging articles are based on world and national news events. They are written at reading levels 3-6 and ESL levels high-beginning and low-intermediate. Each article audio includes audio where readers can listen to the whole article or sentence by sentence. Key vocabulary is shown in bold with the definition appearing by just rolling the mouse over the word. An interactive crossword puzzle provides an enjoyable activity while strengthening vocabulary skills. Each article is accompanied by two sets of interactive exercises to enhance understanding of the key concepts. Readers can get immediate feedback to their responses. All of the articles are contained in an archive that can be accessed at any time by subscribers.
Views: 7789 ProLiteracy
PNL and EAE Combines Announce Partnership
 
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Register at EAEcombines.com. To read more about this partnership, here is a short article: http://playnextlevel.com/articles/18/PNL_EAE. PlayNextLevel.com and EAE combines have partnered to help athletes put more pieces of the puzzle together for their recruiting process. Players that participate in an EAE Combine get all of their combine video uploaded directly to their PNL profile.
Views: 149 PlayNextLevel
Learn English Online - Reading Comprehension - American Assassin
 
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A reading lesson for serious students of English as a second language. In this lesson we look at a review of the book 'American Assassin' by Vince Flynn. By following and studying all these videos, students will be able to improve their understanding of written English in a variety of contexts and situations. The aim of these lessons is to provide students with as much variety of reading texts as possible, thus enabling students to develop their skills. Students will be able to read book reviews, car reviews, holiday reviews, technology reviews, restaurant reviews, sports reviews, news in brief, news articles, headlines, topic specific news, what's on columns, sports news, traditions, festivities, heritage, people, folklore, mystery, poetry and verse, short stories, funny stories, instructions, recipes, rules and regulations, games, timetables, road signs, TV listings, forms, car manuals, email, sms, memos, Facebook posts, agony aunts, magazine ads, billboards, small ads, websites, Ebay ads, vouchers, and myriad other texts that students would come across in an English speaking country. It is strongly recommended that students do as many lessons as possible (the more the better) and that they actively contribute to the comments with their homework, which will be corrected.
Views: 1651 The English Toolbox
Read Aloud Article - A cool thing about becoming a better animator
 
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Views: 92 XallyWally
Learn English Online - Reading Comprehension - The Moon
 
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A reading lesson for serious students of English as a second language. Today's lesson takes a look at a poem by Robert Louis Stevenson called The Moon. By following and studying all these videos, students will be able to improve their understanding of written English in a variety of contexts and situations. The aim of these lessons is to provide students with as much variety of reading texts as possible, thus enabling students to develop their skills. Students will be able to read book reviews, car reviews, holiday reviews, technology reviews, restaurant reviews, sports reviews, news in brief, news articles, headlines, topic specific news, what's on columns, sports news, traditions, festivities, heritage, people, folklore, mystery, poetry and verse, short stories, funny stories, instructions, recipes, rules and regulations, games, timetables, road signs, TV listings, forms, car manuals, email, sms, memos, Facebook posts, agony aunts, magazine ads, billboards, small ads, websites, Ebay ads, vouchers, and myriad other texts that students would come across in an English speaking country. It is strongly recommended that students do as many lessons as possible (the more the better) and that they actively contribute to the comments with their homework, which will be corrected.
Views: 4159 The English Toolbox
Interview With Isaac Asimov (1975)
 
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Sy Bourgin Interviews Isaac Asimov, Biochemist And Science Fiction Writer. Mr. Asimov May Be The Most Widely Read Of All Science Fiction Writers, Having Written 155 Books And Hundreds Of Magazine Articles And Short Stories. A Clip Of "Fantastic Voyage," Based On His Book, Is Inserted In The Program. Viewers Will Find This Interview Provocative In Regard To What Mr. Asimov Has To Say About Writing And The Future Of This Earth. National Archives And Records Administration Interview With Isaac Asimov U.S. Information Agency. (1982 - 10/01/1999) Arc Identifier 54491 / Local Identifier 306.9415. Click to subscribe! http://bit.ly/subAIRBOYD The most viewed aviation channel on YouTube. #AIRBOYD #AvGeek
Views: 37681 AIRBOYD
Local Key West Writer Island Joe Reads His From New Short Story
 
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Listen to Island Joe read part of Chapter 2 from his short story - Her Last Seven Days in Key West. Find out more at - http://www.ijscafes.com/Articles.asp?ID=279
Views: 28 islandjoescoffee
Pabose Today June 2011.mpg
 
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The First issue of Pabose Today, for June 2011. It's kind of short, and you might need to pause it to read some of the articles fully. (C) 2011 S. Puppy Illustrations (C) 2011 S. Puppy
Views: 39 Pabossia
School House Rock -The Preamble
 
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During the 1970's when this cartoon was aired for the first time to the American people; the American society was a good society that put America first. We taught our children what it is to be an American. Today that no longer is a priority; unlimited immigration without assimilation and anti-American Communists that refuse to follow the U.S. Constitution are destroying what was once a great Nation. And what do we do? Nothing. We are no longer a Nation, we have become a Country filled with aliens from every third world country from across the globe. I don't believe America will survive as the Nation our founding fathers left us; "One Nation under God indivisible with Liberty and Justice for All" , unless we as a "people" WAKE UP!!! THE WRATH OF THE AWAKENED SAXON by Rudyard Kipling It was not part of their blood, It came to them very late, With long arrears to make good, When the Saxon began to hate. They were not easily moved, They were icy -- willing to wait Till every count should be proved, Ere the Saxon began to hate. Their voices were even and low. Their eyes were level and straight. There was neither sign nor show When the Saxon began to hate. It was not preached to the crowd. It was not taught by the state. No man spoke it aloud When the Saxon began to hate. It was not suddently bred. It will not swiftly abate. Through the chilled years ahead, When Time shall count from the date That the Saxon began to hate.
Views: 5804181 EnemyMindControl
The 30 Articles of Human Rights
 
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Music - Coldplay "Life in Technicolor" Directed/edited/created by Ani Boghossian A self-made video for the UN Declaration of Human Rights and the International Day of Human Rights.
Views: 291825 Ani Boghossian
The First Music: A Folktale from Africa (Animated Stories for Kids)
 
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Inspired by the sounds and rhythms of the west African forest, Dylan Pritchett weaves a tale that reveals the music we all have inside us. In the beginning, each animal make his own sound—everyone, that is, except the frogs, who seem more comfortable listening than performing. But when Elephant stumbles on a log, he accidentally creates an intriguing, unfamiliar sound that engages everyone's attention. What follows might be called the first jam session, with each animal contributing his or her unique sound to the rhythm to create an engaging, harmonious, sweet sound – the first music. Erin Bennett Banks' bold and vibrant oil paintings capture not only the density of the African forest and the personalities of its inhabitants but also bring this cumulative tale to a satisfying crescendo. These singing animals create a wonderful harmony as well as teach readers the importance of citizenship, resourcefulness and sharing. Lesson plan: http://www.augusthouse.com/the-first-music READING RESOURCES More Story Cove stories, please! Bring Story Cove to your school: http://storycove.com/ Folktale Reading and Learning Lesson Plans: http://www.augusthouse.com/#!lesson-p... Reading Common Core Standards: http://www.augusthouse.com/#!common-c... Reading Development Articles: http://www.augusthouse.com/#!blog/c1pmj Multi-cultural Reading Lists: http://storysearch.augusthouse.com/?hideSearch=true&fq=readingLists:Diversity Online Learning and Reading Resource Library: http://www.augusthouse.com/learning-resources More books: http://www.augusthouse.com/books JOIN THE CONVERSATION, JOIN THE STORY. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/augusthousei... Twitter: https://twitter.com/AugustHouseInc Newsletter: http://www.augusthouse.com/join-the-newsletter ABOUT STORY COVE Over the years, we (Story Cove!) have published an extensive collection of award winning children's picture books with stories from the world’s great oral traditions. These folktales have been told for generations and they not only entertain young readers but also provide valuable life lessons. We’re re-telling these timeless stories so that children can experience the same enjoyment and life lessons as earlier generations.
How to Create a Link from One Article to Another With Joomla 1.5 - [Joomla 1.5 Tutorial]
 
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Get More Tips & Advice at http://www.BlazenWebMarketing.co.uk/Learning - Find out how to create a link from one article to another article with Joomla 1.5 in this short but comprehensive video tutorial from Blazen Web Marketing. Though this video uses Joomla 1.5, users of Joomla 1.6/1.7+ can still get some helpful advice by watching this video. Find out what version of Joomla you're using by logging into your Joomla website and looking for the version in the top right hand corner of the admin section.
Views: 4643 ProfitReach
Learn English Online - Reading Comprehension - Small Cars
 
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A reading lesson for serious students of English as a second language. In today's lesson we look at car reviews and we examine some adjectives used to describe cars. By following and studying all these videos, students will be able to improve their understanding of written English in a variety of contexts and situations. The aim of these lessons is to provide students with as much variety of reading texts as possible, thus enabling students to develop their skills. Students will be able to read book reviews, car reviews, holiday reviews, technology reviews, restaurant reviews, sports reviews, news in brief, news articles, headlines, topic specific news, what's on columns, sports news, traditions, festivities, heritage, people, folklore, mystery, poetry and verse, short stories, funny stories, instructions, recipes, rules and regulations, games, timetables, road signs, TV listings, forms, car manuals, email, sms, memos, Facebook posts, agony aunts, magazine ads, billboards, small ads, websites, Ebay ads, vouchers, and myriad other texts that students would come across in an English speaking country. It is strongly recommended that students do as many lessons as possible (the more the better) and that they actively contribute to the comments with their homework, which will be corrected.
Views: 1295 The English Toolbox
What Is Search Engine Optimization / SEO
 
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Don't know what search engine optimization is? Know someone who needs easy to understand overview of SEO? That's what this video provides, in three minutes. It's part of the many resources provided by Search Engine Land's "What Is SEO" page http://searchengineland.com/guide/what-is-seo & the video was created with Common Craft, which has many other great, short explainer videos like this at http://www.commoncraft.com/
Views: 1479451 Search Engine Land
Learn English Online - Reading Comprehension - News in Brief 8.1.11
 
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A reading lesson for serious students of English as a second language. Today we look at the news in brief from around the world. By following and studying all these videos, students will be able to improve their understanding of written English in a variety of contexts and situations. The aim of these lessons is to provide students with as much variety of reading texts as possible, thus enabling students to develop their skills. Students will be able to read book reviews, car reviews, holiday reviews, technology reviews, restaurant reviews, sports reviews, news in brief, news articles, headlines, topic specific news, what's on columns, sports news, traditions, festivities, heritage, people, folklore, mystery, poetry and verse, short stories, funny stories, instructions, recipes, rules and regulations, games, timetables, road signs, TV listings, forms, car manuals, email, sms, memos, Facebook posts, agony aunts, magazine ads, billboards, small ads, websites, Ebay ads, vouchers, and myriad other texts that students would come across in an English speaking country. It is strongly recommended that students do as many lessons as possible (the more the better) and that they actively contribute to the comments with their homework, which will be corrected.
Views: 3989 The English Toolbox
Wellington Short Sale Agents Answer Top Ten Short Sale Questions #4
 
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Wellington Short Sale Agents Nestor and Katerina Gasset answer the top ten short sale questions. This is video #4. Call Nestor or Katerina at 561-753-0135 for confidential intake evaluation. No obligation, never an upfront fee. Read short sale articles at http://wellington-luxury-homes.com.
Views: 94 Katerina Gasset
InstaPaper - iPhone & iPad App for Reading - AppsNTools
 
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http://www.eMarketingVids.com Instapaper (http://www.InstaPaper.com) is an iPhone and iPad app for reading. Paul Colligan discusses this awesome app that allows you to save long web pages to read later on your computer, iPhone, iPad or even your Kindle. http://www.eMarketingVids.com
Views: 716 eMarketingVids
Learn English Online - Reading Comprehension - The Lady and the Water Closet
 
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A reading lesson for serious students of English as a second language. This lesson takes a look at a hysterical misunderstanding about a WC between a lady, a school teacher, and a priest. By following and studying all these videos, students will be able to improve their understanding of written English in a variety of contexts and situations. The aim of these lessons is to provide students with as much variety of reading texts as possible, thus enabling students to develop their skills. Students will be able to read book reviews, car reviews, holiday reviews, technology reviews, restaurant reviews, sports reviews, news in brief, news articles, headlines, topic specific news, what's on columns, sports news, traditions, festivities, heritage, people, folklore, mystery, poetry and verse, short stories, funny stories, instructions, recipes, rules and regulations, games, timetables, road signs, TV listings, forms, car manuals, email, sms, memos, Facebook posts, agony aunts, magazine ads, billboards, small ads, websites, Ebay ads, vouchers, and myriad other texts that students would come across in an English speaking country. It is strongly recommended that students do as many lessons as possible (the more the better) and that they actively contribute to the comments with their homework, which will be corrected.
Views: 581 The English Toolbox
Introduction to Forex Trading - Point, Margin, Leverage & Spread
 
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Click here to find out more Forex trading: http://www.wheretoforex.com Discover the exciting world of Forex trading. We offer you unbiased reviews of Forex brokers. Check the list of the Top Forex Brokers, learn online forex trading and read the forex articles. Read Forex broker reviews and learn everything about online trading. Only at http://www.wheretoforex.com
Views: 9132 WhereToForex
Wellington Short Sale Agents -Top Ten Short Sale Questions Answered
 
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Wellington short sale agents answer your top ten most asked Florida short sale questions. Call Nestor and Katerina Gasset at 561-753-0135 for your confidential evaluation to go over your short sale options. Read Florida Short Sale articles at http://nestorgasset.com . We are not attorneys and we are not giving legal advice and we do not work for the government.
Views: 95 Katerina Gasset
#MTG #MTGO #Legacy Deck Discussion UW StoneBlade
 
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Short discussion of my weapon of choice for these videos: the Legacy UW Stoneforge Mystic/Control deck. For real insight on the deck you should read the relevant articles on Starcity Games from this week, they do the deck far more justice than I could.
Views: 1231 modozahori
The Toledo Show 2011 -  Aeroworks
 
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Read the full review/article loading with pictures http://www.rcuniverse.com/magazine/article_display.cfm?article_id=1338 http://www.rcuniverse.com -World's Largest Radio Control Community http://www.rcuniverse.com/market -Buy, Sell, and Trade RC http://www.rcuniverse.com/magazine -Read Radio Control online reviews and articles http://www.rcuvideos.com - Watch Radio Control Videos http://www.wattflyer.com -Discuss Electric Radio Control Aircraft
Views: 5181 RCUNIVERSE.COM
A Tribute to Steve Jobs: Steve Jobs Dies aged 56 - RIP
 
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http://www.allthehighstreet.com/articles-read/6/Steve-Jobs-Dies-aged-56-Apple-boss-will-be-missed/ We are all very sad to hear that Steve Jobs died aged 56 on 5th Oct 2011. Here is a short tribute, in pictures, of some highlights of his life. He will be very much missed by a lot of people
Views: 130 Scott
Florida Jets 2011- Noon Demo, Boomerang Torus
 
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Read the full review/article loading with pictures http://www.rcuniverse.com/magazine/article_display.cfm?article_id=1328 http://www.rcuniverse.com -World's Largest Radio Control Community http://www.rcuniverse.com/market -Buy, Sell, and Trade RC http://www.rcuniverse.com/magazine -Read Radio Control online reviews and articles http://www.rcuvideos.com - Watch Radio Control Videos http://www.wattflyer.com -Discuss Electric Radio Control Aircraft
Views: 3962 RCUNIVERSE.COM
The Toledo Show 2011 -  Seagull PC-6 Porter & PC-9
 
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Read the full review/article loading with pictures http://www.rcuniverse.com/magazine/article_display.cfm?article_id=1338 http://www.rcuniverse.com -World's Largest Radio Control Community http://www.rcuniverse.com/market -Buy, Sell, and Trade RC http://www.rcuniverse.com/magazine -Read Radio Control online reviews and articles http://www.rcuvideos.com - Watch Radio Control Videos http://www.wattflyer.com -Discuss Electric Radio Control Aircraft
Views: 3532 RCUNIVERSE.COM

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