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The Speech That Launched the 1950s Red Scare | McCarthy

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Discover how a speech delivered by Sen. Joseph McCarthy in 1950 at a Women’s Republican Club in Wheeling, West Virginia, sparked anti-communist hysteria nationwide and ushered in the era of “McCarthyism” in this video from McCarthy | AMERICAN EXPERIENCE. Even though McCarthy had been sent to address this audience because he was at the time a low-ranking political figure in the Republican Party, he used the opportunity to make unfounded accusations and gain publicity that would raise his profile.

Japanese 158 - Weather Part 1 | Irasshai

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The topic covered is weather. Writing practice covers the katakana: タ、チ、ツ、テ、ト.

Japanese 163 - Shopping Part 1 | Irasshai

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The topics covered are shopping and colors. Reading practice covers the katakana: マ、ミ、ム、メ、モ.

Japanese 103 - Apologizing | Irasshai

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The topic covered is apologies. Writing practice covers the hiragana: あ、い、う、え、お.

Listening in the Workplace | Workforce Readiness

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Discover why the crucial factor that can determine whether your next workplace interaction goes well isn’t what you say, but how you listen, in this video from the Career Hacks collection. Host Camille talks with two professionals and learns what not to do in her next interview. She also learns simple things she can do to show respect to anyone she talks with and truly hear what they’re saying.

Rural Health Care: Introducing El Centro (Clip 1) | The Providers

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Meet Matt, Leslie, and Chris, three health care professionals who practice at El Centro Family Health — a group of clinics that serve rural northern New Mexico.

This film module is adapted from the PBS film The Providers and is part of a curriculum collection.

Treating Addiction in Rural America (Clip 4) | The Providers

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Listen as Dr. Leslie Hayes, a family physician, discusses her personal encounters with addiction and treating addiction in a primary care setting. Leslie talks about seeing her grandfather’s recovery from alcoholism and how it allowed her to understand addiction as a treatable disorder, and how treating opioid use disorder in a primary care setting has been rewarding and allowed her to see results.

This film module is adapted from the PBS film The Providers and is part of a curriculum collection.

Building Toward a Career in Health Care (Clip 2) | The Providers

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Meet Tiffany, a high school student and member of Semillas de Salud health science club, and follow her as she considers healthcare career paths. See how the provider shortage steers Tiffany towards healthcare careers and understand her personal reasons for wanting to serve in her community, as well as some decisions to be made in deciding a healthcare career pathway.

This film module is adapted from the PBS film The Providers and is part of a curriculum collection.

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