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How to Shmoop: A Teacher’s Guide to our AP Prep by Shmoop

Hi, I’m Dave Siminoff and I’m the founder of Shmoop. Shmoop means “Move Something Forward a Little Bit” and it’s how my grandmother used to ask for her chocolates. If you’re watching this video, you a teacher, an administrator, a homeschooling parent, or you’re bored at work and this is the first thing you found […]

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Donald Trump Talks Media Coverage, Polls and His Vocal Transformation

-Donald, this is getting real. This is — -Yeah, it’s getting real. I agree. -You still have time. Do you still want to do this? I mean, there’s time. -We’re doing well. It’s been really a lot of fun, and it’s an amazing movement all over the country. It’s been incredible, so, no, it’s been […]

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Matthew McConaughey Takes His First Instagram Selfie with Jimmy and UT Austin Students

-Please help me welcome the one, the only, Matthew McConaughey! [ Cheers and applause ] ♪♪ -♪ Breakin’ rocks in the hot sun ♪ ♪ I fought the law, and the law won ♪ ♪ Needed money ’cause I got none ♪ ♪ I fought the law, and the law won ♪ ♪ I fought […]

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“Splitting” In Borderline Personality Disorder: What You Should Know

NARRATOR:You’ve heard of Borderline Personality Disorder but have you heard of splitting? Here are some examples and what it means for those with BPD Splitting is a phenomenon in which a person often with Borderline Personality Disorder is where we see it will either see things as all good or all bad There’s no grey […]

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How to stream Pre-Recorded Video to Facebook | Pre-Recorded Live Stream Tutorial

Hey guys! If you’re looking to livestream your pre-recorded video within a couple of minutes you are at the right place! I’m gonna show you how to do it with LiveReacting platform, so let’s get started! I previously made an account and now I just have to log in. Once I’m logged in, I can […]

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