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Transcript: ADD YOUR LOGO HERE BEST PORTFOLIO EVER! 2020-2021 Intro Introduction Greet and thank committee for coming Introduce yourself and make sure everyone knows everyone Give an overview of the presentation, including: Purpose of portfolio, process used to create it Role of committee members What you will share Timing Myself as a Person Personal Statement Share the prompt Read your statement in its entirety Personal Statement Upload your personal statement here. Resume Upload your resume here Physical Health and Nutrition Upload your reflection here. Myself as a Learner Overview of Section Make a table of contents for the different academic sections. Make sure your committee clearly understands that you'll be sharing two pieces in depth, and they will be able to view the rest of your portfolio at the end. The following slides are EXAMPLES. You will need to insert slides for each of the pieces and reflections. Math Quote from math reflection Link to math reflection Google doc Expedition Timeline Case Study #2: Genetics Micro to Macro 4. 3. 2. Reading Skills 1. Case Study #1: History of Race in US EBC #1 Link to document Link to humanitarian reflection Reader Upload documents (or links) Literature response #1 Literature response #2 Literature response #3 Reading Reflection Copy and paste from your reflection here Pull quote from reflection Copy and paste from your reflection here Myself in the World Service Learning and Expedition Culmination Electives Click to edit text Conclusion Conclusion • Wrap up the formal part of the presentation • Allow your committee to peruse your portfolio • Ask for additional questions or comments • Thank your committee for coming and for their time Evaluation • Committee members fill out evaluation • Teachers fill out rubric • Student fills out self-reflection

Architecture Portfolio

Transcript: I accidentally deleted my scavenger hunt Sheets Abstract Architecture The first automatically operated wind turbine, built in Cleveland in 1887 by Charles F. Brush. It was 60 feet tall, weighed 4 tons and powered a 12 kW generator. Renders James Blyth's electricity-generating wind turbine, photographed in 1891 Side Effects My House Side Effects The generator component, which is approximately 34% of the wind turbine cost, includes the electrical generator, the control electronics, and most likely a gearbox component for converting the low speed incoming rotation to high speed rotation suitable for generating electricity. The structural support component, which is approximately 15% of the wind turbine cost, includes the tower and rotor yaw mechanism. A 1.5 MW wind turbine of a type frequently seen in the United States has a tower 260 ft high. The rotor assembly (blades and hub) weighs 48,000 pounds. The nacelle, which contains the generator component, weighs 115,000 pounds. The concrete base for the tower is constructed using 58,000 pounds of reinforcing steel and contains 250 cubic yards of concrete. The base is 50 ft in diameter and 8 ft thick near the center. On most horizontal wind turbine farms, a spacing of about 6-10 times the rotor diameter is often upheld. However, for large wind farms distances of about 15 rotor diameters should be more economically optimal, taking into account typical wind turbine and land costs. This conclusion has been reached by research conducted by Charles Meneveau of the Johns Hopkins University, and Johan Meyers of Leuven University in Belgium, based on computer simulations that take into account the detailed interactions among wind turbines (wakes) as well as with the entire turbulent atmospheric boundary layer. Moreover, recent research by John Dabiri of Caltech suggests that vertical wind turbines may be placed much more closely together so long as an alternating pattern of rotation is created allowing blades of neighbouring turbines to move in the same direction as they approach one another. Wind Turbine Syndrome Portfolio 35 Feet 40 Feet 45 Feet 50 Feet 55 Feet 60 Feet Records What is Inside of a Wind Turbine Sketches Shed Model Side Effects 2B 5/31/2013 Workbook Sketches How Wind Power Works Wind power, as an alternative to fossil fuels, is plentiful, renewable, widely distributed, clean, produces no greenhouse gas emissions during operation and uses little land. The effects on the environment are generally less problematic than those from other power sources. As of 2011, Denmark is generating more than a quarter of its electricity from wind and 83 countries around the world are using wind power on a commercial basis. Renders Scavenger Hunt Wind turbines are designed to exploit the wind energy that exists at a location. Aerodynamic modeling is used to determine the optimum tower height, control systems, number of blades and blade shape. Wind turbines convert wind energy to electricity for distribution. Conventional horizontal axis turbines can be divided into three components: The rotor component, which is approximately 20% of the wind turbine cost, includes the blades for converting wind energy to low speed rotational energy. Renders Wind Turbine Model Records I threw away my hallway drawing... Interactive Wind Turbine and Info Here Sketches Dream House By: Liam Gleeson Green Cabin Research Project Most southerly The turbines currently operating closest to the South Pole are three Enercon E-33 in Antarctica, powering New Zealand's Scott Base and the United States' McMurdo Station since December 2009 although a modified HR3 turbine from Northern Power Systems operated at the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station in 1997 and 1998. In March 2010 CITEDEF designed, built and installed a wind turbine in Argentine Marambio Base. Most productive Four turbines at Rønland wind farm in Denmark share the record for the most productive wind turbines, with each having generated 63.2 GWh by June 2010. Highest-situated The world's highest-situated wind turbine is made by DeWind installed by the Seawind Group and located in the Andes, Argentina around 13,500 ft above sea level. The site uses a type D8.2 - 2000 kW / 50 Hz turbine. This turbine has a new drive train concept with a special torque converter (WinDrive) made by Voith and a synchronous generator. The WKA was put into operation in December 2007 and has supplied the Veladero mine of Barrick Gold with electricity since then. The world's largest —and also the first operational deep-water large-capacity—floating wind turbine is the 2.3 MW Hywind currently operating 6.2 mi offshore in 220-meter-deep water, southwest of Karmøy, Norway. The turbine began operating in September 2009 and utilizes a Siemens 2.3 MW turbine. Interference Industrial windmills may create electromagnetic interference, or EMI, when located between a signal source and the receiver. This interference chops up the signal and can prevent television and radio waves


Transcript: ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO WATERFALLING SPANISH COLONIAL A bedroom is a room of a house, mansion, castle, palace, hotel, dormitory, apartment, condominium, duplex or townhouse where people sleep. A typical western bedroom contains as bedroom furniture one or two beds (ranging from a crib for an infant, a single or twin bed for a toddler, child, teenager, or single adult to bigger sizes like a full, double, queen, king or California king (eastern or waterbed size for a couple), a clothes closet, a nightstand, and a dresser (dressing table). GREEK REVIVAL SLEEPING AREA In Western architecture, a living room, also called a lounge room, lounge or sitting room, is a room in a residential house or apartment for relaxing and socializing. Such a room is sometimes called a front room when it is near the main entrance at the front of the house. Closet Designs Types of House Designs: One story Ranch, 1.5 story, Two-story, and split level (know advantages of each). Plan area is divided into thirds (33%); Sleeping, Living, and Service areas. POST-MODERN BY CESAR DUQUE NEW ENGLAND COLONIAL U.S. Residential Architectural Styles: Cape Cod (colonial styles; small 1 or 1-1/2 story, steep roof, narrow clapboard siding, with shutters), Garrison (larger 2nd story projecting over the walls of the first floor, usually with a steeper roof), Salt Box (shed-like projection to the rear, resembling the shape of Salt containers) HOUSE DESIGNS Fallingwater is a house designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright in 1935 in rural southwestern Pennsylvania, 43 miles (69 km) southeast of Pittsburgh.[4] The house was built partly over a waterfall on Bear Run in the Mill Run section of Stewart Township, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, located in the Laurel Highlands of the Allegheny Mountains. SERVICE AREA LIVING ROOMS Craftsman Bungalow (large front porch with tapered columns, usually 1 to 1.5 stories), Contemporary (“current” style; often refers to homes of the 1970’s and 80’s with steep roof angles, simple angled siding; sometimes clerestory windows). BEDROOMS DESIGNS Work Triangle connects front of sink, range, and refrigerator, and should not exceed 22 feet. Kitchen counters are 24" wide, 36" tall; Base cabinets are 24" deep, wall cabinets are 12" deep and 30" or 42" tall, but shorter above range, sink, and refrigerator. BATHROOMS

Portfolio Powerpoint

Transcript: Tools: Time Capsule These tools are what helped the Aboriginals live their day to day lives. It helped them access food, shelter and make clothing or any other needs. Relation To Theme: John Cabot was one of the major reasons we have settlement in Canada today. He found New Found Land in 1497. He was the first European to reach Canada. It kept the Americans from expanding into the Ohio River Valley which was the First Nations land. The Americans thought that the British were too willing to give up land to the First Nations. The Royal Proclamation was passed in 1672. The royal Proclamation : The Royal Proclamation is a law that doesn't allow any Americans passed the Ohio River Valley. The Government was fighting against the Americans which was one of the factors of the American Revolution. Relation to Theme: Why I Chose This Topic I chose this topic because without the discovery of New Found Land life today, wouldn't be how it is. John Cabot sailed in 1497 with 18 crew members on the search for new land. He came upon New Found Land for England. When he got back he made report of the many scooping fish. Significance: Why i chose this: Significance: This relates to society and culture because without him there wouldn't even be a society like there is in the modern day. Portfolio Powerpoint Timeline: Portfolio Time Capsule Time Machine I chose the Royal of Proclamation because i thought it was one of the important things that stopped the Seven Years War even though it also played a factor in starting the American Revolution. Tools have come a long way. I believe that even in the modern day without tools we wouldn't be able to live the way we do. Although the Aboriginals had slim to no technology they still made their life work with these simple pieces of stone attached to a chunk of wood with some rope. : Significance: time capsule If the day John Cabot didn't set sail for a new trade route the world would be completely different because he found New Found Land and reported that fishing on the Grand Banks was an easy way to catch fish. If John Cabot didn't convince the king that setting sail was a good idea, life today wouldn't be as we know it. The land may still have never been explored because it is still thought to be too cold or too far north. First Nations would still have less technology because the Europeans would have never introduced it to them. If John didn't report the easy ways to fish then they wouldn't have had such a bug urge to make their way to New Found Land and use their new food source. John Cabot has made it so we are alive and breathing today with all the things that comes with it. Why I Chose this Topic

Architecture Portfolio

Transcript: David Stenson Period 3B 5/30/2013 Our Green cabin Research project helped us find out facts about green initiative things we could add to our cabins. Since everyone did one it helped us all learn about the different green ideas we could incorporate. We added this ideas into our cabin designs to fulfill our green requirement. Architecture Portfolio The Abstract Architecture Project helped us get into drawing. We had to draw a picture from an architecture magazine using a grid system. It helped us start sketching and focus on details, because each grid had to match up exactly or it wouldn't look right. Our sketches helped us practice drawing. We got better as the year progressed and it helped us with thinking three-dimensional. We sketched quickly to practice fast thinking, and we really improved. The hallway project was the first project we had to think three-dimensional. It was like the sketches only more advanced because we spent more time on it, and had to draw from a real perspective instead of a picture. For our house project we modeled the house we currently live in. It helped us understand how big spaces need to be and how they are arranged. It helped us obtain the first "building blocks" of building our own dream house. The shed project helped us understand how real walls are built. We had to create all the wall studs for a shed, and put in the layers on the wall. Instead of just having walls as single objects we understand now how complicated walls are. The dream house was our first attempt to create an original design instead of drawing or creating an already made thing. We created a house with no budget and no restraints. It allowed us to explore any ideas we had and create anything we wanted. For the Architecture Hunt we learned about several different types of architecture, and how to spot them. We found different houses and had to document their architectural styles. The Green Cabin project had us working with a teacher to design a Cabin with at least one green aspect, and within the teachers specifications. It was a challenge, but it really helped us understand what it would be like to have a client.

Architecture Portfolio

Transcript: Southwest View of "Open Arms" This project was done at a summer architecture program called Build SF. Our group design was completed in one week with divided areas to work on. The group was assigned Mary Court West, Mary Court East, and the roof of the Chronicle building. We divided the work, so that at least two people were working on a designated section. Then, we all collaborated using Revit worksharing. My partner and I worked on the Mary Court West section of the project. Before we began the project, I started the Revit file by creating property lines, streets, and toposurfaces to divide the different areas. Mary Court West has an area with a big screen on the wall that has the "Go Giants" writing and bleachers for people to watch movies or games. The other side of Mary Court West slopes down and has a small water feature to divide the two spaces. The playground sits on the oppoosite side of the area with the screen. Also, there is space for food trucks that usually park beside the site right next to Mary Court West. Southeast view of "Vigor" 49ers Pavilion Site Picture #2 (North East View) 3D View with massing Water feature at Mary Court West Time flies when I am doing architecture. It became my passion after my first year of taking an architecture class at school. All of the classes and internships that I have taken to advance my knowledge about Architecture, Construction, and Engineering have affirmed my interest in the field. I love designing, especially with and for others. I love that architects interact with many different types of people in a variety of professions, impacting each of their lives. When I find inspiration, I cannot stop working; I must complete my design ideas and incorporate the details I had in mind either on paper or in CAD before I can step away from the assignment. I redraw and edit every single day that I have left to work on my project. There is never enough time to do architecture, so I work and finalize until the day of the due date. I have patience for architecture, and I cannot imagine life without it. Site PIcture #3 (Mary Court East) View from South pathway and entrance to Mary Court West Open Arms "Open Arms" Model By: Jessica Ma Architecture Portfolio This assignment was for my Advanced Architecture class at school. Fourth year students were to design a 5-unit apartment in the Sunset District in San Francisco. The site takes up about 3 house spaces two blocks from the Great Highway, close to Ocean Beach. The site is a 75ft x 100ft lot, and each unit is about 1400 square ft. The purpose of this assignment was to consider and try to solve San Francisco's current housing crisis. Per Tutti means "for everyone" in Italian. I designed this structure so that it could be affordable for the middle-class families. Like many of the Sunset homes, the structure is made of many large rectangular shaped windows. However, like many contemporary houses, the structure is painted more than one color (burgundy and cream). It also has a curtain wall elevator space and curtain wall stair space. The shape of the structure allows most of the green or grass area to be open on the South side, where people can have barbecues, sit, run, and share an outdoor space with their neighbors. There is also a convenient garage for the five families, because it is difficult to find parking. The garage and laundry room are separated from the first floor unit to prevent too much noise or disruption for the residents. The trees also help block wind on the North side or too much sunlight on the South side. Each unit has bedrooms and bathrooms separated from the living room, dining room, and kitchen by an arch. Although the first floor does not have an outdoor deck, all residents are allowed to access the outdoor roof space, where residents can have a garden as well as a track around it for exercising. The shape of the roofs are made from the shape and orientation of the rooms. Playing structure, looking towards area with the screen. The master bedroom, performance gallery, music room, living room, and a bedroom appear above. My design for the house program on Yerba Buena Island is named "Open Arms," because the rooms on either sides of the entrance to the home act as arms reaching for a hug, welcoming guests with a warm embrace when entering. The first floor is mostly an open plan, because that is where many people will gather. The area between the foyer and performance gallery will usually be crowded, so there is a large transition space between the rooms. To make the home convenient for the client, the stairs to the second floor and powder room are designed adjacent to the foyer. From the second floor, the foyer and performance gallery can be seen below. The open plan between the first and second floors will make the house appear larger than it is as soon as someone walks in from the entrance due to the double height of the foyer ceiling. Also, to receive the most natural light, two bedrooms have the

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