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What Is Technology?

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Kenneth Nole

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Transcript of What Is Technology?

Technology
Technology
Technology
Technology
Technology
Calatyst Maria High School
Mr. Nole -Teacher
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Culture:
The material object of a society plus the society's ideas about how to use an object.
The arts and manifestations of Human intellectual achievement.
Forms of Culture:
The Origin of Technology:
Email Etiquette:
RESUMES
Social
Cover Letter
CMHS
1. To
2. CC
3. BCC
4. Subject
21st Century Technology In Modern Culture:
Final
What Is Technology?
Carbon Copy: is a copy of a note sent to an addressee other than the main addressee.

CC:
Blind Carbon Copy: is a copy sent o an addressee that is not visible to the main addressee
BCC:
When writing an email always began with:

"Good Morning......."
"I hope this email finds you well."
"I am emailing you because........"

How to properly write an email?
Email Etiquette:
Structures of Email:
Is the right to be free from secret surveillance and to determine whether, when, how and to whom, one's personal or organizational information is to be revealed
Email Privacy:
Types of Technology:

iPad - Stove - Phone - TV -GPS
1. Literature
2. Food
3. Music
4. Clothes
5. Language
6. Celebrations
Tekhe
- Art / Craft

Logia
- The Knowledge of......

Tekhe-Logia
originates from the Greek vocabulary.
Why are resumes important through the lens of Technology?
1. Resumes are typed.
2. Resumes are transferred electronically.
3. Resumes are reviewed online.
4. Resumes are kept on database.
What is a Resume?
A Resume is a brief written account of personal, educational and professional qualifications and experience, as that as that prepared by an applicant.
What are Resumes used for?
1. Jobs
2. Scholarships
3. College
4. Portfolios
5. Acting Careers
4 Types of Resumes:
1. Chronological
2. Functional
3. Combination
4. Target
Chronological Resumes
They list the work history in chronological order, starting with your most recent job down to your earliest.
Functional Resume:
Unlike Chronological Resumes, this resume focuses on your skills and experience first, and then your work history.
Combination Resume
......details your skills and experience while also backing this up with a chronological listing of work history.
Target Resume
Targeted resumes are customized in detail to the prospective job you are seeking. Everything from your objective, your qualifications to educational experience mirrors the job requirements.
Objective
Structures of An Resume
1. Introduction of Self
2. Profile/Objective
3. Experience
4. Education
5. Skills
Cover Letter
P.S.
Post Scriptum means Written After
A letter sent with, and explaining the contents of, another document.
4 Steps to a Cover Letter
Paragraph 1: Explain why you are the best choice for school, job, etc.
Paragraph 2: Describe what you would bring to the school, job, etc.
Paragraph 3: Describe your interest in the school.
Paragraph 4: Contact Information
Dark Girls
Hurricane Katrina
Crash
Cyber-bullying
Origin of Hip Hop
Venus Hottentot

Documentaries
Discrimination:
The unjust or prejudicial treatment of different categories of people or things, especially on the grounds of race, age, or sex.
Colorism:
Prejudice or discrimination against individuals with a dark skin tone, typically among people of the same ethnic or racial group.
Sexism:
Prejudice, stereotyping, or discrimination, typically against women, on the basis of sex.
Return Graded Papers
Study Well and Prepare:
Test Dates:
1st, 3rd, 5th (December 16th)
2nd, 4th, and 6th (December 17th)
7th and 8th (December 18th)
Hashtags and Why they are important....


1. What social media site was the first to use Hashtags?
TWITTER
2. Hashtags are used as a trending outlet to aid the world in social conversation globally.
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