By Jim Lyons
An amazing collection of folk music, stories, photographs, and traditional artwork from across America.
The National Arts Centre of Canada presents music, dance, and English and French theatre. In English and French.
Grammar concepts taught through a prepositional approach. Also Daily Grams workbooks for grammar review and Easy Writing to teach complex sentences.
Adventures in the Old Testament
The Shigeyama Kyogen Troupe was co-presented with the Japan Information & Culture Center, the Embassy of Japan and the Japan Foundation, with the cooperation of the Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Galleries, the Smithsonian's Museums of Asian Art. Program:Click here to watch the video.
Filmmaker John Sayles, actor David Strathairn and director Derek Goldman present an afternoon of baseball with Studs Terkel Radio Archive representatives Tony Macaluso and Allison Schein Holmes.Click here to watch the video.
Ensemble Signal performs the music of Steve Reich in a program presented in collaboration with Washington Performing Arts.Click here to watch the video.
It's that time of year again when parents and kids are checking their back-to-school lists twice before heading out the door:Three-ring binder? Check.Pencil sharpener? Check.Lunch bag? Check.The Bible?Yes.The Bible is now a must-have school supply for students like Ethan, who considers it essential for surviving the school day.âWhen you have the Bible right out in front of you â¦ when it's sitting out on the corner of your desk, or in your backpack,â said Ethan, a 16-year-old student in Colorado, âit's a constant reminder of what God has in store for you and to do what God wants you to do, rather than doing things off of your own selfish ambitions.âEthan was just one of the half a million students who participated last year in Bring Your Bible to School Dayâan annual, religious-freedom event for students sponsored by Focus on the Family.The post It's Legal to Bring This to School appeared first on Jim Daly.
Watch live, Thursday August 30 at 4pm ET as five outstanding youth poets chosen from among thousands of award-winning student writers are appointed National Student Poets in a ceremony at the Library of Congress.The young poets, who represent five different regions of the country, will read original works as part of a ceremony that will be led by Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden and Institute of Museum and Library Services Director Kathryn K. Matthew.For more information about the National Student Poets visit loc.gov/item/prn-18-103/.Click here to set a reminder for the video.