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141. Great American authors since 1650.   Publication: New York: Ambrose Video Publishing, Inc., 2007 . 240 mins. (60 mins each volume; 30 mins each program) , Explore the rich, literary tradition of American storytelling along with the writers who defined the American experience and spoke out against war, poverty, racism, and alienation. This series unveils the lives and works of more than 60 of America's greatest authors, including Poe, Dickinson, Twain, Alcott, Hemingway, Wolfe, Steinbeck, Vonnegut, and Morrison. | VOLUME ONE PROGRAM 1: 1650-1845 and PROGRAM 2: : 1846 - 1855 | VOLUME TWO : PROGRAM 3:1856-1906 and PROGRAM 4:1907-1925 | VOLUME THREE: PROGRAM 5:1926-1939 and PROGRAM 6:1940-1949 | VOLUME FOUR: PROGRAM 7:1950-1957 and PROGRAM 8:1958-present | Program 1: 1650 - 1845 The awe-inspiring saga of America's greatest authors comes alive in Great American Authors since 1650. As the American colonies moved toward becoming an independent nation, a unique and distinctive voice poured forth from the pens of its authors. Once the nation was founded, America's first literary giants - Washington Irving, James Fenimore Cooper, Ralph Waldo Emerson and Edgar Allan Poe - told stories and wrote poems that could have only come from the heart and soul of this fledgling country. Chapters: 1650 - Anne Bradstreet, America's First Poet 1702 - Cotton Mather Publishes The Ecclesiastical History of New England 1773 - Phillis Wheatley Becomes America's First Black Woman Poet 1819 - Washington Irving Publishes Rip Van Winkle 1826 - James Fenimore Cooper Publishes Last of the Mohicans 1836 - Ralph Waldo Emerson Initiates American Transcendentalism with Nature 1845 - Edgar Allen Poe Publishes The Raven | Program 2: 1846 - 1855 Between the War of 1812 and the Mexican American War that ended in 1848, America experienced an exuberant economic period of growth. And, it was during this time that American authors produced the nation's first great wave of classic literature. In this program, such literary giants as Herman Melville, Walt Whitman, Emily Dickinson and Henry Wadsworth Longfellow make their mark on the American psyche. Chapters: 1849 - Henry David Thoreau Originates America's Proud History of Civil Disobedience 1850 - Nathaniel Hawthorne Writes The Scarlet Letter 1851 - Herman Melville's Moby Dick is Published 1852 - Emily Dickinson Publishes First Poem 1852 - Harriet Beecher Stowe Writes Uncle Tom's Cabin 1855 - Frederick Douglass Publishes My Bondage and My Freedom 1855 - Walt Whitman Publishes Leaves of Grass 1855 - Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Writes The Song of Hiawatha | Program 3: 1856 - 1906 After the Civil War the modern American novel took shape ... It was led by Louisa May Alcott, Mark Twain and Henry James. It was also the time that the American literary voice came from everyone and from everywhere. Chapters: 1868 - Louisa May Alcott Writes Little Women 1878 - Henry James Writes Daisy Miller 1885 - Mark Twain Publishes The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn 1906 - The Whole Country Speaks 1906 - Upton Sinclair's Novel The Jungle is Published | Program 4: 1907 -1925 During this time frame America lost its innocence. Its writers now began to struggle with the problems that accompanied modernization and industrialization. It was also the beginning of the lost generation of American authors. Chapters: 1913 - Poet William Carlos Williams Publishes His First Book of Poems, The Tempers 1914 - Carl Sandburg Publishes his Poem Chicago 1920 - Edith Wharton Wins a Pulitzer Prize for The Age of Innocence 1922 - The Innovators: e. e. cummings, Ezra Pound, T.S. Eliot and Henry Miller 1923 - Robert Frost Publishes Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening 1925 - F. Scott Fitzgerald Writes The Great Gatsby | Program 5: 1926 - 1939 This was the most turbulent period in American history. It encompassed the Roaring Twenties and the Great Depression. It gave rise to America's greatest writers, known collectively as the lost generation. Chapters: 1929 - Thomas Wolfe Writes Look Homeward Angel 1929 - William Faulkner Showcases the South with The Sound and the Fury 1930 - Sinclair Lewis Becomes the First American to Win the Nobel Prize for Literature 1931 - Pearl Buck Writes The Good Earth 1936 - Playwright Eugene O'Neill Wins Nobel Prize for Literature 1939 - Steinbeck Writes The Grapes of Wrat | Program 6: 1940 - 1949 America entered the technological age through the darkness of WWII and its aftermath. American authors were now becoming legends in their own time through mass media and popular culture. Their response was as diverse as the nation's response to living in the nuclear age. Chapters: 1940 - Ernest Hemingway's For Whom the Bell Tolls is Published 1941 - James Thurber Writes The Secret Life of Walter Mitty 1947-1953 - Robert Heinlein, Ray Bradbury and Isaac Asimov Usher in the Era of Popular Science Fiction 1948 - Tennessee Williams Wins His First Pulitzer Prize for A Street Car named Desire 1949 - Arthur Miller Produces Death of a Salesman | Program 7: 1950 - 1957 If the lost generation authors were searching for identity and meaning, the group of authors in this program rejected everything about mainstream America. Ultimately they would speak to the baby boomer generation. Chapters: 1950 - Gwendolyn Brooks Wins the Pulitzer Prize 1951 - Salinger and Plath Set the Stage for the Baby Boomer Generation 1952 - Ralph Ellison and James Baldwin Speak for the American Black Male 1957 - Jack Kerouac Begins the Beat Generation in American Literature 1957 - Dr. Seuss Writes The Cat in the Hat | Program 8: 1958 to Present This generation of writer witnessed and participated in WWII ... Korea ... The Cold War ... The Civil Rights movement ... And Vietnam. These experiences shaped the intellectually, spiritually and emotionally in ways that were translated into their writing. Chapters: 1959 - Lorraine Hansberry's Play A Raisin in the Sun is Produced 1961 - Joseph Heller Writes Catch-22 1966 - Truman Capote Writes In Cold Blood 1969 - Kurt Vonnegut Writes Slaughterhouse Five 1982 - John Updike's Rabbit is Rich Wins Pulitzer Prize for Literature 1989 - Asian American Amy Tan Publishes The Joy Luck Club 1993 - Toni Morrison, Alice Walker and August Wilson Redefine the Black Experience 2007 - Cormac McCarthy Wins the Pulitzer Prize for The Road Date: 2007 Availability: No items available:

142. 2008 the first presidiential debate: John McCain / Barack Obama Presidential debate from the University of Mississippi   Publication: AETN (american Embassy Television Network) 2008 . 90 min. , On September 26, 2008, video: Obama/McCain debate from the University of Mississippi, Oxford, MS, this unedited video of the John McCain / Barack Obama Presidential debate from the University of Mississippi which aired on Friday, September 26th, 2008. It is about 90 minutes long. The initial topic was supposed to be foreign policy, however, this week’s events transpired to create a good 45 minutes of talk on the economy prior to international issues. Date: 2008 Availability: No items available:

143. 2008 vice presidential debate: Governor Sarah Palin and Senator Joe Biden from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri   Publication: AETN (American Embassy Television Network) 2008 . 90 min. , On October 2, 2008, video: Palin / Biden Vice Presidential debate, Washington University, St. Louis, MO, this unedited Vice Presidential debate between Gov. Sarah Palin and Sen Joe Biden from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri on October 2nd, 2008. The debate moderator was Gwen Ifill from PBS news. Date: 2008 Availability: No items available:

144. 2008 the 2nd presidential debate   Publication: AETN (american Embassy Television Network) 2008 . 90 mins. , On October 7, 2008, Video: Presidential debate in a town hall format, Belmont University, Nashville, TN, this unedited debate video of the Presidential Town Hall style debate from Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee. The debate was 90 minutes and moderated by NBC News anchor, Tom Brokaw. It featured questions derived from the chosen audience and from a selection submitted on the internet. Date: 2008 Availability: No items available:

145. Not my life: a companion piece to the 2008 trafficking in persons report   Publication: Washington, D.C.: Department of State, 2008 . 15 min. Date: 2008 Availability: No items available:

146. Beyond Belief - A film by Beth Murphy   Publication: New York Lorber HT Digital 2008 . 1 videodisc (92 min.) sd., col. 4 3/4 in. , After two "soccer moms," Susan Retik and Patti Quigley, lose their husbands in the events of 9/11, grief compels them to focus on Afghanistan, the country where the terrorists who took their husbands' lives were trained. Over the course of two years these extraordinary women dedicate themselves to empowering Afghan widows. As they make the courageous journey to the most desperate Afghan villages, they discover a powerful bond with each other, an unlikely kinship with widows halfway around the world, and a profound way to move beyond tragedy. Date: 2008 Availability: No items available:

147. Craft in America: a journey to the origins, artisits and techniques of American craft   Publication: PBS 2007 . 180 mns. ; color. , Beginning May 30, 2007, millions of Americans will discover the importance that craftsmanship has played in the founding and future of our country with the premiere of CRAFT IN AMERICA: Memory, Landscape, Community, a three-part high-definition series on PBS. | Episode one: Memory. The first in the CRAFT IN AMERICA series, Memory takes a personal tour through craft's history in America beginning with the pioneers of the field. This episode juxtaposes the intimate stories of some of our country's most prominent craft artists against the larger historical context of craft itself. Directed By: Nigel Noble | Episode two: Landscape. The second episode focuses on the relationship between the artists and their physical environment. Craft artists depend on their natural environment for both materials and inspiration. This hour looks at the processes through which natural materials become finished works of craft, and what deeper messages may be contained therein. Directed By: Daniel Seeger | Episode three: Community. Throughout time, craft work has been a community activity. This hour focuses on the spiritual connection artists have to their communities through craft making. Some express the ideas, beliefs and desires of their community through their craft objects. Some pay homage to the community by continuing craft traditions that are in danger of being lost. Others perform their craft as a community project. The personal stories of gifted artists and passionate newcomers alike reveal the deeply held belief that craft is about more than just the making of an object – it is also about a way of life, a reason for being. Directed By: Hilary Birmingham Date: 2007 Availability: No items available:

148. 2008 the third presidential debate: John McCain / Barack Obama Presidential debate with domestic policy focus, Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY   Publication: AETN (american Embassy Television Network) 2008 . 90 mins. ; color. , On October 15, 2008, video: Presidential debate with domestic policy focus, Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY, this unedited debate video from the final presidential debate of the 2008 election season between Barack Obama and John McCain. The debate was moderated by Bob Schieffer from CBS News and took place at Hoftsra University in Hempsted, New York on Long Island. The debate aired on Wednesday, October 15th, 2008. Date: 2008 Availability: No items available:

149. The adventures of Huck Finn / a Walt Disney Pictures presentation ; directed, written by Stephen Sommers ; produced by Laurence Mark   Publication: California Disney Enterprises, Inc. 1993 . 108 min.; color. , Historically divided by race and culture, two unlikely friends, freewheeling Huck Finn and a slave named Jim, set out on the most extraordinary journey of their lives, rafting down the Mississippi River. Along the way, Jim slowly teaches Huck that regardless of popular belief, all people are fundamentally the same and deserve respect. At a moral crossroads, because he’s been taught that a slave is less that human and must forever remain in bondage, Huck makes the right decision to help his best friend become a free man. However, they soon fall into the clutches of two riverfront rogues: The Duke and The King, who threaten to sell Jim back into slavery. Huck and Jim find the strength and courage to do what their hearts tell them is right. Date: 1993 Availability: No items available:

150. Barack Obama / the biography channel   Publication: New York, NY : A&E Home Video, 2008 . 1 videodisc (47 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. , This film narrates the definitive story of Barack Obama, from his childhood in Honolulu to the dramatic 2007-2008 U.S. primaries. Follow Obama through his teenage struggles for self-identity, his student days at Columbia University and Harvard Law School, and his political career in Chicago. Go behind the scenes of Obama's extraordinarily successful presidential campaign and his journey towards the 2008 Democratic Convention. Date: 2008 Availability: No items available:

151. John McCain / Biography Channel.   Publication: A&E Television Networks / New Video, 2008 . 1 videodisc (47 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. , The life story of an American hero from his transitory naval base childhood to his race for the White House. " Follow the senator through his student days at the United States Naval Academy, his early political career in Arizona, and finally, through the 2008 presidential primaries. Date: 2008 Availability: No items available:

152. Making the message : the fight for the Presidency / narrator, Linda Emond ; commentary, Maureen Dowd ... [et al.] ; originally broadcast as a segment on the Discovery channel's television series Discovery spotlight.   Publication: [Princeton, N.J.] : Films for the Humanities & Sciences, 2004 . 1 DVD (88 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. , This behind-the-scenes account of the 2004 Republican and Democratic conventions examines how presidential candidates build their platforms and generate momentum. Includes interviews with convention chairmen, campaign strategists, members of special interest groups, and journalists. Date: 2004 Availability: No items available:

153. Thomas A. Edison : father of invention / produced by Paul Budline Productions, History Television Network Productions, H-TV ; written and directed by Paul Budline.   Publication: [S.l.] : A & E Television Networks, 1996 , Life in the modern world would be unthinkable without his inventions. More than any other individual, he paved the way for the future. Thomas Alva Edison has rightly earned a place among the most important men in history. His inventions the light bulb, phonograph and movie camera, among many others literally transformed the world. But countless myths have sprung up around Edison, and his private life was a marked contrast to his success as an inventor. BIOGRAPHY reveals the complete story, from the long quest to develop the light bulb to the devastating affect his fame had on his home life. Hear Edison's great-grandson speculate that the inventor's self-absorption led his first wife to commit suicide, and learn the truth about his supposed lack of schooling. Rare films made by Edison himself show the inventor at work, and Edison scholars tell the little known stories behind some of his 1,049 patents. From his Midwestern childhood to international acclaim, this is the fascinating story of "the Wizard of Menlo Park." Date: 1996 Availability: No items available:

154. Roberto Clemente / written, directed and produced by Bernardo Ruiz ; a Quiet Pictures film for American Experience.   Publication: Boston : WGBH Educational Foundation ; PBS Home Video [distributor], 2008 . 1 videodisc (54 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences ; 4 3/4 in. , A look at the life of Latino baseball star and humanitarian, Roberto Clemente. Tells the story of an exceptional baseball player and committed humanitarian, who challenged racial discrimination to become baseball's first Latino superstar. The film features interviews with David Maraniss, George F. Will, Clemente's wife Vera, Orlando Cepeda, and former teammates, to present an intimate and revealing portrait of a man whose passion and grace made him a legend.--Container. Date: 2008 Availability: No items available:

155. Song of America   Publication: Split Rock Records, Inc. 2007 , Disc: 1 1. Earl Bullhead - Lakota Dream Song [3:08] 2. Julie Lee - Once More Our God Vouchsafe To Shine [3:07] 3. The Blind Boys of Alabama - Let Us Break Bread Together [3:49] 4. John Wesley Harding - God Save The King [3:49] 5. Elizabeth Foster - Young Ladies In Town [3:01] 6. Malcom Holcombe - The Old Woman Taught Wisdom [6:30] 7. Ed Pettersen - The Liberty Song [4:59] 8. Harper Simon - Yankee Doodle [3:29] 9. The Wilders - Jefferson & Liberty [2:10] 10. Steven Kowalczyk-Santoro - Hail Columbia [2:56] 11. Take 6 - The Star Spangled Banner [2:04] 12. Beth Nielsen Chapman - Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child [5:09] 13. Freedy Johnston - Peg and Awl [4:34] 14. BR549 - Sweet Betsy From Pike [4:23] 15. Will & Jehnean - Trail of Tears [4:35] 16. Minton Sparks/Pat Flynn - Declaration Of Sentiments [4:34] 17. Fisk Jubilee Singers - Go Down Moses [3:44] 18. The Mavericks featuring Thad Cockrell - Dixie's Land [6:13] Various - | Disc: 2 1. Marah - John Brown's Body [2:40] 2. Joanna Smith - Battle Hymn of the Republic [5:15] 3. Janis Ian - Johnny I Hardly Knew Ye [2:09] 4. Tim O'Brien - Thousands Are Sailing To Amerikay [4:24] 5. Otis Gibbs - The Farmer Is The Man [3:03] 6. Joni Harms - Home On The Range [4:30] 7. Jake Shimabukuro - Stars & Stripes Forever [2:28] 8. Judith Edelman & Neilson Hubbard - Sleep, My Child (Schlof Mayn Kind) [4:47] 9. Jen Chapin - Over There [2:31] 10. Andrew Bird - How You Gonna Keep 'Em Down On The Farm [5:04] 11. Karen Parks - Lift Every Voice and Sing! [5:11] 12. Danielson - Happy Days Are Here Again [3:05] 13. Andy Bey - Brother Can Spare A Dime? [6:30] 14. Jim Lauderdale - Seven Cent Cotton and Forty Cent Meat [2:11] 15. Old Crow Medicine Show - Deportee (Plane Wreck at Los Gatos) [4:56] 16. Suzy Bogguss - Rosie The Riveter [2:31] 17. Folk Family Robinson - Reuben James [4:04] Various - Song of America | Disc: 3 1. Elizabeth Cook and The Grascals - The Great Atomic Power [2:45] 2. Devendra Banhart - Little Boxes [4:08] 3. The Del McCoury Band - The Times They Are A Changin' [3:49] 4. Scott Kempner - Apache Tears [3:42] 5. Kim Richey - Get Together [4:01] 6. The Dynamites with Charles Walker - Say It Loud, I'm Black and I'm Proud [4:32] 7. Ben Taylor - Ohio [2:40] 8. Anthony David - What's Going On? [5:02] 9. Martha Wainwright - I Am Woman [3:27] 10. Matthew Ryan - Youngstown [4:14] 11. Gary Heffern & Chris Eckman - Wave [4:35] 12. Shortee - The Message [6:34] 13. Bettye LaVette - Streets of Philadelphia [3:49] 14. The Wrights - Where Were You When The World Stopped Turning [5:30] 15. John Mellencamp - This Land Is Your Land [4:10] | Artists as diverse as John Mellencamp, Blind Boys of Alabama, Martha Wainwright, The Black Crowes and Andrew Bird contribute tracks to SONG OF AMERICA, a unique 50-song, three-CD set envisioned by former U.S. Attorney General Janet Reno and artist/producer Ed Pettersen, and co-produced by Pettersen, Bob Olhsson and Grammy-winning producer David Macias. Date: 2007 Availability: No items available:

156. U.S. Presidential Inauguration 2009   Publication: 2009 . 55 mins. , Inaugural Program for the 56th Presidential Inauguration WASHINGTON, DC - The Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies announced the program for the 56th Presidential Inauguration, which will take place on the West Front of the U.S. Capitol on January 20, 2009. The order of the program will be as follows: Musical Selections The United States Marine Band. Musical Selections The San Francisco Boys Chorus and the San Francisco Girls Chorus. Call to Order and Welcoming Remarks The Honorable Dianne Feinstein. Invocation Dr. Rick Warren, Saddleback Church, Lake Forest, CA. Musical Selection Aretha Franklin Oath of Office Administered to Vice President-elect Joseph R. Biden, Jr. By Associate Justice of the Supreme Court The Honorable John Paul Stevens Musical Selection, John Williams, composer/arranger Itzhak Perlman, Violin Yo-Yo Ma, Cello Gabriela Montero, Piano Anthony McGill, Clarinet Oath of Office Administered to President-elect Barack H. Obama By the Chief Justice of the United States The Honorable John G. Roberts, Jr. Inaugural Address The President of the United States, The Honorable Barack H. Obama Poem Elizabeth Alexander. Benediction The Reverend Dr. Joseph E. Lowery. The National Anthem The United States Navy Band "Sea Chanters" | video provided by the United State Senate Date: 2009 Availability: No items available:

157. Walt Disney World / producer, Cindy Robinson ; writers, Jon Jefferson, Cindy Robinson ; produced by Jupiter Entertainment for the History Channel.   Publication: A&E Television Networks Distributed by New Video [United States] [New York] 2006 . 1 videodisc (ca. 100 ) sd., col. , Walt Disney World is a magical place, full of animated storybook characters, majestic castles, thrilling rides, and colorful parades. For over thirty-five years, Walt Disney World has been welcoming and entertaining "kids" of all ates, cultures, and backgrounds. Orlando's Walt Disney World is not only the most visited theme park in the world it's also the most technologically advanced. From a network of underground tunnels connecting the various regions of the park to the space-age propulsion technology called linear synchronous motors Disney has been at the leading edge of theme park technology since it invented the theme park with the opening of Disneyland in 1954. Soaring castles sleek monorails life-like animatronics Modern Marvels: Walt Disney World takes viewers on a behind-the-scenes tour of the ingenious technology and incredible engineering feats that went into building the 27000 acre complex. Date: 2006 Availability: No items available:

158. Growing up online   Publication: Boston [United States] WGBH Educational Foudnation PBS Home Video [distibutor] 2008 . 1 videodisc (60 min.) sd., col. 4 3/4 in. , MySpace. YouTube. Facebook. Friendster. Nearly every teen in America is on the Internet every day, socializing with friends and strangers alike, "trying on" identities, and building a virtual profile of themselves - one that many kids insist is a more honest depiction of who they really are than the person they portray at home or in school. Growing Up Online peers inside the world of this cyber-savvy generation through the eyes of teens and their parents, who often find themselves on opposite sides of a new digital divide. A generation with a radically different notion of privacy and personal space, today's adolescents are grappling with issues their parents never had to deal iwth: from cyber bullying to instant "Internet fame," to the specter of online sexual predators. Frontline investigates the risks, realities, and misconceptions of teenage self-expression on the World Wide Web. Date: 2008 Availability: No items available:

159. Alice Walker: Everyday Use   Publication: Princeton, NJ Films for the Humanities & Sciences 2004 . 26 mins. ; color. , Maggie sees the old family quilt—an heirloom already promised to her—as something with practical utility as well as tradition. Her educated, social activist sister wants to hang it on the wall as folk art. With whom will their mother side? A study in class differences and the reclamation of Black history, Alice Walker’s short story "Everyday Use" is beautifully realized in this dramatization. (26 minutes) Date: 2004 Availability: No items available:

160. Connect with English   Publication: Washington, DC: Annenberg/CPB 2004 . 48 episodes. color , Connect with English, Through the story of Rebecca, an aspiring singer on a journey across America, Connect With English touches on life's important issues. This English teaching series is for levels from high beginning through low and high intermediate. Episode 1: Rebecca's Dream. Grammar lessons: be: present tense, affirmative statements; subject pronouns; imperatives. | Episode 2: Difference. Grammar lessons: be: present tense, negative statements; indefinite articles a and an sentences with there is/there are; compound sentences with and. | Episode 3: A visit to the Doctor. Grammar lessons: be: present tense, yes/no questions; short answers to yes/no questions with be; possessive adjectives and possessive nouns. | Episode 4: Celebrations. Grammar lessons: present continuous tense, affirmative statements; definite article the; noun phrase: article + adjective + noun. | Episode 5: Breaking the News. Grammar lessons: present continuous tense, negative statements; wh- questions with who and what; compound sentences with but. | Episode 6: Saying Goodbye. Grammar lessons: present continuous tense, yes/no questions and short answers; wh- questions with when; prepositions to tell when (present time). | Episode 7: Leaving Home. Grammar lessons: future with going to; wh- questions with where; adverbs and prepositions to tell where. | Episode 8: The Stranger. Grammar lessons: simple present tense, affirmative statements; direct object nouns; direct object pronouns. | Episodes 9: The Motel. Grammar lessons: simple present tense, negative statements; demonstrative adjectives; demonstrative pronouns. Episodes | 10: Negotiations. Grammar lessons: simple present tense, yes/no questions and short answers; possessive pronouns; can (ability, possibility). | Episodes 11: Photos and Farewells. Grammar lessons: be: past tense, affirmative and negative statements; be: past tense, yes/no questions and short answers; count and non-count nouns. | Episodes 12: A New Home. Grammar lessons: simple past tense, affirmative and negative statements (regular verbs); simple past tense, yes/no questions and short answers; adverbs and prepositions to tell when (past time). | Episode 13:Job Hunting. Grammar review be: present tense, affirmative and negative statements; be: present tense, yes/no questions and short answers; be: present tense, wh- questions and answers. | Episode 14: A Bad Day. Grammar review be: past tense, affirmative and negative statements; be: past tense, yes/no questions and answers; be: past tense, wh- questions and short answers. | Episode 15: A Night Out. Grammar lessons: can and could (ability, possibility); can you/could you/would you (requests); can, could, and may (permission). | Episode 16: First Day of Class. Grammar review: direct object nouns and pronouns; grammar lessons: direct object infinitives: affirmative and negative statements; direct object infinitives: yes/no questions and short answers. | Episode 17:Casey at Bat. Grammar review: present continuous tense, affirmative and negative statements; present continuous tense, yes/no questions and short answers; present continuous tense, wh- questions and answers. | Episode 18:The Art Gallery. Grammar review: simple present tense, affirmative and negative statements; simple present tense, yes/no questions and short answers; simple present tense, wh- questions and answers. | Episode 19:The Picinic. Grammar review: count nouns; non-count nouns; grammar lessons: sentences with there was/there were. | Episode 20: Prejudice. Grammar review: simple past tense, affirmative and negative statements (regular verbs); simple past tense, yes/no questions and short answers (regular verbs); simple past tense, wh- questions and answers (regular verbs). | Episode 21: A Difficult Decision. Grammar review: simple past tense, affirmative and negative statements (irregular verbs); simple past tense, yes/no questions and short answers (irregular verbs); simple past tense, wh- questions and short answers (irregular verbs). | Episode 22: Guitar Lessons. Grammar lessons: should and must: affirmative and negative statements; yes/no questions and short answers; compound sentences with and, too, and either; tag questions with be, should, and can. | Episode 23: The Retirement Party. Grammar lessons: the future with will: affirmative and negative statements; the future with will: yes/no questions and short answers; wh- questions; present continuous tense and simple present tense for future meaning. | Episode 24: The Phone Call. Grammar lessons: have to: present tense, affirmative and negative statements; yes/no questions and short answers; have to: past tense, affirmative and negative statements; yes/no questions and short answers; compound sentences with or. | Episode 25:Review. Grammar lessons: used to: affirmative and negative statements; drawing conclusions: might and must in affirmative and negative statements; cardinal and ordinal numbers. | Episode 26:The Emergency. Grammar lessons: past continuous tense, affirmative statements; past continuous tense, negative statements; stative verbs. | Episode 27:Bade News. Grammar lessons: past continuous tense, yes/no questions and short answers; past continuous tense, wh- questions; there is/are and there was/were: yes/no questions and short answers. | Episode 28:Brothers. Grammar lessons: adverbial phrases and clauses: one action before or after another action; adverbial phrases and clauses: two actions at the same time; past continuous and simple past tense. | Episode 29:Grief. Grammar lessons: indirect object nouns and pronouns: affirmative and negative statements; indirect object nouns and pronouns: yes/no questions and short answers; indirect objects and direct objects: wh- questions and answers. | Episode 30:Life Goes On. Grammar lessons: present perfect tense, affirmative statements; adverbials with present perfect tense; present perfect tense and simple past tense. | Episode 31: A Box of Memories. Grammar lessons: present perfect tense, negative statements; present perfect tense, yes/no questions and short answers; present perfect tense, wh- questions | Episode 32 : The Missing Car. Grammar lessons: present perfect continuous tense, affirmative statements; present perfect continuous tense, negative statements; comparative and superlative | Episode 33: The Breakdown. Grammar lessons: present perfect continuous tense, yes/no questions and short answers; present perfect continuous tense, wh- questions; review: direct object infinitives: affirmative and negative statements; yes/no questions. | Episode 34: A Call for Help. Grammar lessons: direct object gerunds: affirmative and negative statements; direct object gerunds: yes/no questions and short answers; subject gerunds. | Episdoe 35: Changes. Grammar lessons: adverbial phrases and clauses of reason: affirmative and negative statements; adverbial phrases and clauses of reason: yes/no questions and short answers; wh- questions with why; so/such ... that. | Episdoe 36: The Farm. Grammar lessons: direct speech; present conditional statements; future conditional statements. | Episode 37:Thanksgiving. Grammar review: past continuous tense, affirmative and negative statements; past continuous tense, yes/no questions and short answers; wh- questions and answers; past continuous tense and simple past tense. | Episode 38:Starting Over. Grammar review: wh- questions with who, what, when, where, why, and how long; grammar lessons: wh- questions: who/what as subjects; who/whom/what as objects; wh- questions with what/which/how much/how many (+ noun). | Episode 39:The Pressure's On. Grammar review: present perfect tense, affirmative and negative statements; contrast present perfect tense and simple past tense; grammar lessons: irregular simple past tense and past participles. | Episode 40:Sharing Feelings. Grammar review: present perfect tense, yes/no questions and short answers; present perfect tense, wh- questions; grammar lessons: reflexive pronouns. | Episode 41: Unexpected Offers. Grammar lessons: past perfect tense, affirmative and negative statements; past perfect tense and simple past tense; past perfect tense: yes/no questions and short answers. | Episdoe 42: The Audition. Grammar lessons: wh- questions with how often; frequency expressions; adverbs of frequency; wh- questions with how and adverbs of manner; wh- questions with whose; possessive adjectives, nouns, and pronouns. | Episode 43: Dreamcatcher. Grammar lessons: adjective clauses: describing people; adjective clauses: describing things; adjective clauses: describing people and things. | Episode 44: Gifts. Grammar lessons: direct speech; grammar lessons: indirect speech; embedded questions. | Episode 45 True Love. Grammar review: direct object gerunds; direct object infinitives; direct object infinitives with subjects. lessons: contrary-to-fact conditional statements. | Episode 46 Friendship. Grammar lessons: passive voice: simple present tense, affirmative and negative statements; passive voice: simple present tense, yes/no questions and short answers; prepositional phrases with by in passive voice statements. | Episode 47 The Lost Boys. Grammar lessons: passive voice: simple past tense, affirmative and negative statements; passive voice: simple past tense, yes/no questions and short answers; transitive and intransitive verbs. | Episode 48 A Very Good Year. Grammar review: present conditional statements; future conditional statements; grammar Date: 2004 Availability: No items available: