Funded & Presented by Nellis Air Force Base For information contact the Nellis Air Force Base Archaeologist at firstname.lastname@example.org Produced by DAV Productions www.davproductions.com Directed by Jae Thiele, DAV Productions DP/Edited by Matt McPherson Project Manager, Amy Quigg, DAV Productions Researcher & Writer, Terri McBride **Featured at the 33rd annual American Indian Film Festival in San Francisco **Currently on file at the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington DC The Great Basin of the Western US has been the home to Native Americans for millennia. They moved in family groups over the landscape with an acute sense of timing to utilize natural foods like devah (Shoshone for Pine Nut). Their paths were linked by trips to spiritual places to maintain their perspective in nature and the universe. The family groups used the plants and elements of astronomy as indicators to know when to meet in the mountains each fall to collect, share, and store protein-rich pine nuts. Families looked forward to this harvest not only to gather food but to socialize and perpetuate sacred traditions to the youth through stories and songs. In 1941, Congress set aside land in Nevada for military pilot training. The Nevada Test and Training Range is the premier aerial combat training range in the nation. Access to the area was restricted for security and safety reasons. The harvests that had occurred on mountains in this zone ceased. In 1996, Nellis Air Force Base …
NAGPRA in a nutshell. Short Takes: A composite of interviews with NAGPRA constituents.
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SUBSCRIBE TO EXCELLENT WORLD WAR II ERA VIDEOS UPDATED WEEKLY The Battle of Russia was the fifth film of Frank Capra’s Why We Fight propaganda film series. It is the longest film of the series, beginning with an overview of previous failed attempts to conquer Russia: by the Teutonic Knights in 1212 (footage from Sergei Eisenstein’s film Alexander Nevsky is used here), by Charles XII of Sweden in 1704, by Napoleon I in 1812 and by Imperial Germany in World War I. The vast natural resources of the Soviet Union are then described, showing why the land is such a hot prize for conquerors. To give a positive impression of the Soviet Union to the American audience, the country’s ethnic diversity is covered in detail. Later on, elements of Russian culture familiar to Americans, including the musical compositions of Tchaikovsky and Leo Tolstoy’s book War and Peace are also mentioned. Communism is never mentioned at any point in the film. The start of the film also includes a quote from US Gen. Douglas MacArthur, who commended the Russian people’s defense of their nation as one of the most courageous feats in military history. The film then covers the Nazi conquests in the Balkans, described as a preliminary to close off possible Allied counter-invasion routes, before the war against Russia was launched on June 22, 1941. The narration describes the German “keil und kessel” tactics for offensive warfare, and the Soviet “defense in depth” used to counter this. The scorched earth …
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Prevent Child Abuse-New Jersey Executive Director Rush Russell speaks with Laura Jones of “Eye On Ocean County” about the power and importance of prevention, programs available to new parents, becoming involved in your child’s education, and more. Part one of a three-part series.
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Advice for prospective students: Helping LGBTQ Students Explore Postsecondary Options: Alex Reed and Danielle L. Geigle, Doctoral Students Counselor Education, Ohio University, present resources for high school students, parents and counselors who are interested in finding tolerant, supportive campuses.
You might think that living in Hawaii and working with kids all day sounds like Paradise. But the reality of working as a middle school counselor, servicing kids in a low-income neighborhood, is very different. Told as the story of a typical working day, Hawaiian Sunrise to Sunset gives an inspiring, eye-opening, and sobering view into the life of a man who has dedicated all his resources to making children’s lives better.
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Gigi’s Playhouse Part I Gigi’s Playhouse sibling video filmed and edited by Rob Weidner, teacher Jeff Doles and Gigi’s Mom Nancy Gianni (Gigi’s Playhouse President). Gigi’s Playhouse is a Down syndrome awareness center. With multiple locations, we offer activities, resources, educational programs and support for individuals with Down syndrome, their families, and the community. www.gigisplayhouse.com Great Minds Video Contest greatmindsfoundation.org
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Originally posted 2012-11-16 07:00:09. Republished by Blog Post Promoter
A continuation of “Teaching Deaf Students in the Inclusive Classroom: Part 1,” this video uses expert interviews and classroom footage to explore some of the conditions that lead to a deaf student’s success in an inclusive setting. Topics include optimal classroom arrangement, how to work with an interpreter, the importance of collaborating with a teacher of the deaf, and ways to frame information to aid deaf students’ understanding. Created by Daniel Lunk and Mike Bamford, 2010 Transcript: www.learnnc.org Resource Reaching every learner: Differentiating instruction in theory and practice With classrooms exhibiting increasing diversity among learners, it’s no wonder that teachers feel a growing need to hone their strategies for differentiating instruction. This series of articles, which balance theory, research, and practice, address a variety of topics within differentiation through text, graphics, and video. Areas of focus include developing assignments that address the needs of all learners; using technology to differentiate instruction; managing behavior in the inclusive classroom; instructional strategies specific to the needs of deaf learners, gifted learners, and autistic learners; and more. Throughout the 2010-2011 school year, we hosted a series of web conferences associated with this collection of articles. Archived videos of those web conferences are available at the end of this edition. (Chapter 3) www.learnnc.org
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Okay, next five girls are up! This time I used as many as four scenes for each girl. Like Part 1, I was trying extremely hard not to reuse scenes I already did in the English Dub Compilation, but like I said before: some of the girls got screwed in dialogue. Anyway… Shizuka Itou (Misa Kakizaki) Gwendolyn Lau (Misa Kakizaki) Akemi Kanda (Asuna Kagurazaka) Luci Christian (Asuna Kagurazaka) Ai Bandou (Misora Kasuga) Wendy Powell (Misora Kasuga) Akeno Watanabe (Chachamaru Karakuri) Caitlin Glass (Chachamaru Karakuri) Mami Deguchi (Madoka Kugimiya) Lucy Small (Madoka Kugimiya) So, who do you think fits better? BTW, I know someone’s going to ask so I’m going to answer right now: 1. I did not download any of these clips! I bought and own all 6 US DVD releases! (0 @ Best Buy) 2. Just because I own the English Dub DVDs, I WILL NOT and CAN NOT upload any of the episodes. I’ve seen what happens to people who do and I’m not willing to take that risk. All resources credited to their respective owners. WARNING! ANY COMMENT CONTAINING DIRECT PROFANITY WILL BE DELETED, BLOCKED & REMOVED! YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!
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Originally posted 2012-10-04 01:45:06. Republished by Blog Post Promoter
Click the Like button to give me a 1-Up! Finally, it’s time for me to play a classic Nintendo NES game! I’ve decided to play The Legend of Zelda because it was one of the first adventure games I played, and I’m a big fan of all things Zelda and Nintendo! Hopefully you enjoy my gameplay and walkthrough. Perhaps my most valuable resource for this walkthrough was zeldadungeon.net so be sure to check it out. Don’t forget to Subscribe and tune in daily to Zack Scott Games for new episodes! MORE GAMES http (Now playing Minecraft, Duke Nukem Forever, and The Legend of Zelda) ZACKSCOTT CHANNELS youtube.com youtube.com youtube.com youtube.com ASHLEY SCOTT GAMES youtube.com FOLLOW ME profiles.google.com facebook.com twitter.com dailybooth.com
Originally posted 2013-02-14 17:45:13. Republished by Blog Post Promoter
This EXCELLENT documentary “Night of the Dragon” narrated by WW2 US Army combat veteran, Charlton Heston validates what we in the military reform movement have been documenting for years: that the US military obsessed with ego-gratifying gunslinging ignores The Battle Against The Earth (TBATE) which is foundational before undertaking any human conflict (The Battle Against Man or TBAM). www.defensereview.org To defeat “mosquitoes” in a sub-national conflict (SNC) you must “drain the swamp” by winning TBATE so the terrain is on your side–which requires hard work, preparation and resources (GIDO–Get It, Drive On) that the lazy and selfish American Soldier (especially ignorant marine) or businessman who only wants to “swat bugs” (gunsling) and whine about how hard war is for him (FIDO–Fuck It, Drive On) or simply exploit the foreign land and people for quick profits doesnt want to do–so he loses wars in Vietnam–and now Iraq/Afghanistan because of short-sightedness. www.geocities.com This amazing documentary shows visually that Vietnam has thousands of miles of closed terrain and beach borders–that if not blocked by fences/walls and mobile forces in outposts–enemies will flood into the country and attack all around making a Non-Linear Battlefield (NLB). America and the Army of the Republic of (South) Vietnam (ARVN) failed to secure their borders using tangible combat engineering means of cleared out no mans land demilitarized zones all around–and not just at the 17th …
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Originally posted 2013-01-15 04:00:09. Republished by Blog Post Promoter
Duncan shows you how to make your house eco friendly. Bonus ending! www.technicpack.net Texture pack is Sphax PureBDCraft bdcraft.net Using user submitted patches for the technic pack mods (found on the pure bdcraft forums bdcraft.net Visit me on facebook! www.facebook.com Music: Kevin MacLeod
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Originally posted 2012-09-09 17:30:13. Republished by Blog Post Promoter