The learner watches and listens to an animated scenario of a mother and daughter preparing dumplings for dinner. The dialogue is in Mandarin Chinese, and an English translation appears on the screen. Extra vocabulary words related to food preparation are also presented.
Using 10 views of the male and female body, learners match Spanish words to the body parts they identify. After the part has been correctly named, learners click on the Spanish term to hear it pronounced. This activity is particularly helpful for health care professionals.
In this interactive object, learners match Mandarin Chinese vocabulary words to items found in a classroom.
The learner practices Mandarin Chinese in this animated scenario at a fast food counter.
The learner reads a brief explanation of how to use Mandarin Chinese monetary terms in formal and colloquial speech. The learner can then click on a term to listen to its pronunciation and see its value.
Students read about the scientific method and the three main types of research. They enter their answers to questions on the screen.
Students read about the phenomenon of people trying to do their best to be good subjects when participating in research.
In this learning activity you'll practice using inductive reasoning to draw conclusions.
In this learning object you'll explore how agents of socialization shape a person's life and you'll map the significant events, places, and people that have shaped your life.
In this learning activity you'll analyze four newspaper editorial submissions and formulate your own letter.
In this learning activity you'll play "How to Really Be a Millionaire" to learn the basics of accumulating wealth.
Learners view a mind map of the social-conflict Approaches and answer questions about the inequalities, competition, and power found in social structures.
In this interactive object, learners examine a mind map of gender stratification. Quiz questions complete the activity.
In this interactive object, learners examine the structural-functional, social-conflict, and symbolic interaction analyses of recreation. A mind map and quiz questions are included.
In this interactive object, learners examine the characteristics of left- and right-brain thinkers. This activity has audio.
In this learning activity you'll use critical thinking skills to rewrite appropriate responses to potentially sensitive words and phrases.
In this learning activity you'll identify examples of Eric Berne's theory on transactional analysis.
In this learning activity you'll practice applying information about stress moderators to your personal life.
In this learning object you'll familiarize yourself with memory techniques and apply them to improve your memory.
In this learning activity you'll explore how different cultures cook chicken in a variety of traditional dishes.
In this learning activity you'll practice identifying and locating the five largest rivers of Africa.
Learners review the names of the capital cities of the seven Central American countries and locate the cities on a map.
Students explore the history of U.S. Constitutional amendments and the process involved in adding an amendment. In an interactive exercise, learners author their own amendments and explain why these should be added to the Constitution.
In this learning activity you'll match introductory sociology terms on culture with their definition.
In this learning activity you'll review three interpretations regarding the separation of church and state.