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The @Google program welcomed Selly Thiam to Google's New York office to discuss her audio based oral history project "None on Record: Stories of Queer Africa (NOR)". "In 2004, FannyAnn Eddy, an LGBT activist from Sierra Leone,West Africa was murdered in the offices of the Sierra Leone Lesbian and Gay Association. The news of her murder circulated around the world and was a turning point for Selly Thiam, a Senegalese lesbian living in the United States. To honor the African QLGBT (queer, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered) spirit that Fanny Ann embodied, she began collecting the oral histories of QLGBT Africans from the African Continent and in the Diaspora." "None on Record: Stories of Queer Africas mission is to bring the stories of QLGBT (queer, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered) Africans into the forefront of media and media-making. It is a web-based archive, a media-making production crew and community-building tool for the global African LGBT population. Here you will find: • Stories from QLGBT Africans who have received refugee status or are seeking asylum in Canada, South Africa and the United States. • Interviews from South Africas first openly gay music group, 3SUM, and Trans Playwright, Nick Mwaluko. • Original, unpublished written works and visual art from QLGBT Africans showcasing how their experiences have shaped them emotionally, politically, socially, and culturally." This event took place on February 11, 2010.
A music video for the song "Welcome to Grammaropolis," featuring all the parts of speech. Visit www.grammaropolis.com for books, games, and more videos.
Lyrics: Now, I have a friend named Rufus Xavier Sarsaparilla, And I could say that Rufus found a kangaroo That followed Rufus home And now that kangaroo belongs To Rufus Xavier Sarsaparilla. Whew! I could say that, but I don't have to, 'Cause I got pronouns, I can say, "HE found a kangaroo that followed HIM home and now IT is HIS" You see, (uh) HE, HIM, and HIS are pronouns, Replacing the noun Rufus Xavier Sarsaparilla, A very proper noun. And IT is a pronoun, replacing the noun, kangaroo! (How common!) Now Rufus has a sister named Rafaella Gabriela Sarsaparilla. If she found a kangaroo I'd say to you: "SHE found a kangaroo that followed HER home, and now it is HERS." But I can't say that... 'Cause she found an aardvark That fell in love with HER and THEY're so happy. And my name's Albert Andreas Armadillo. (No relation to the Sarsaparillas.) Because of pronouns, I can say: "I wish SHE would find a rhinoceros for ME, and WE'd be happy." You see, a pronoun was made to take the place of a noun, 'Cause saying all those nouns over and over Can really wear you down! Now I could tell you Rafaella Gabriela and Rufus Xavier Sarsaparilla and Albert Andreas Armadillo found an aardvark, a kangaroo, and a rhinoceros. And now that aardvark and that kangaroo and that rhinoceros belong respectively to Rafaella Gabriela Sarsaparilla and Rufus Xavier Sarsaparilla and Albert Andreas Armadillo! Whew! Because of pronouns I can say, in this way: "WE found THEM and THEY found US, and now THEY ...
Lyrics: Like a butterfly, or a like bee Like an ant, as busy as can be These little words we call the "busy P's" Prepositions Nine or ten of them Do most all of the work Of, on, to, with, in, from By, for, at, over, across And many others do their jobs, Which is simply to connect Their noun or pronoun object To some other word in the sentence. Busy p's, If you please. "On the top is where you are!" Top relates to where you are. "With a friend you'll travel far!" With a friend you'll go. "If you try you know that you can fly Over the rainbow!" Over the rainbow is where you can fly. Busy prepositions, Always on the go. Like a bunch of busy bees, Floating pollen on the breeze. Buzzing over the meadows, Beyond the forest, Through the trees, In to the beehive. Busy, busy P's In, to, beyond, over, on, through! Busy prepositions always out in front, On the edges, in the crack. 'Round the corner, from the back. In between the action. Stating clearly to your satisfaction, The location and direction. Prepositions give specific information. Though little words they are, They never stand alone Gathering words behind them, You soon will see how they have grown Into a parade; a prepositional phrase. With a noun, or at least a pronoun, bringing up the rear. A little phrase of two or three or four or more words. Prepositions! Attention! Forward, March! Busy prepositions, Always on the march. Like a horde of solider ants, Inching bravely forward on the slimmest chance That they might ...
A short Grammaropolis vignette showing the relationship between adverbs and adjectives. For more information, including games, songs, books, and videos, visit www.grammaropolis.com.
A short Grammaropolis vignette showing the relationship between nouns and pronouns. For more information, including games, songs, books, and videos, visit www.grammaropolis.com.
this is one of the many jams that some people i know did recently just jamming no one knew what the other was doing so it was a little sloppy at the start but it gets better
WEBSITE: www.teachertube.com Pronouns segment from Schoolhouse Rock.
Patuxent Playhouse performs " Pronouns" a School House Rock Live Show at St. John Vianney Church in Prince frederick, Md 8-15-09
...deal with, must be pressure somewhere. You said, “Aybar”, and then used “he” without mentioning Maddon. Is there a school house rock on pronouns? But that’s why I took quantum mechanics, and not Lang or Lit at University I think the Rays are going to need...
Another Rufo Javier taught English pronouns on Schoolhouse Rock back in 1977. Mi tocayo ya enseñaba los pronombres a los niños americanos en 1977. ... rufus xavier sarsaparilla schoolhouse rock
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Another Rufo Javier taught English pronouns on Schoolhouse Rock back in 1977 - Mi tocayo ya enseñaba los pronombres a los niños americanos en 1977 ... rufus xavier sarsaparilla english schoolhouse rock pronouns gabriella rafaella
FunEasyEnglish.com Grammar Parts of Speech
really wear you down! Now I could tell you Rafaella Gabriela and Rufus Xavier Sarsaparilla and Albert Andreas Armadillo found an aardvark, a kangaroo, and a rhinoceros. And now that aardvark and that kangaroo and that rhinoceros belong respectively to Rafaella Gabriela Sarsaparilla and Rufus Xavier Sarsaparilla and Albert Andreas Armadillo! Whew! Because of pronouns I can say, in this way: "WE found THEM and THEY found US, and now THEY are OURS and WE're so happy." Thank you pronoun! You see ...
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Parts of speech include nouns, pronouns, verbs, adverbs, adjectives, prepositions and more. Find out how conjunctions bring two thoughts together with help from a certified tutor in this free video on grammar in the English language. Expert: Paige Carrera Bio: Paige Carrera is a certified tutor for both Hillsborough and Pinellas Counties in the Tampa Bay area of Florida. Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz
Here's a clip from our rehearsal for "Schoolhouse Rock Live!" at SWIC! I'm not in this one, but I LOVE it! They are SO great! :D ... schoolhouse rock live rufus pronouns armadillo kangaroo aardvark
What is a Noun
Zounds, its Nouns! '70s learnin' music video cartoons! Tom D'Alimonte Missing Pieces Nashua, NH Missing-Pieces.com (below the video, look for a 'VIDEO RESPONSE' to my next Schoolhouse Rock video!
SchoolHouse Rock - Grammar The Tale Of Mr Morton
School House Rock video on verbs.
School House Rock video on pronouns.
School House Rock video on prepositions.
School House Rock video on Nouns.
School House Rock video on Subject and Predicate. This video talks about Mr. Morton and what he does.
School House Rock video on Adverbs.
School House Rock video on Interjections.
School House Rock video on conjunctions. A railroad theme is used by hooking cars together using conjunctions.
School House Rock video on Adjectives. A camping theme is used in this video to describe adjectives.
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