Transcript: Frederick Douglass Sojourner Truth This was a time when religious feelings/beliefs was brought up again. This increased religious confidence and more individuals started attending churches and missionary societies. Harriet Tubman Angelina and Sarah Grimke Prison Reform and Care of the Disabled Daughters of a slave owner who gave lectures of how slavery was evil, in the North. A vocal abolitionist and publisher of the newspaper "The Liberator". The American Anti-Slavery Society in 1833. Second Great Awakening Temperance Movement Reform Movements He was a slave that escaped, leader in the abolitionist movement and gave lectures that were against slavery. Also, he created his own newspaper, "North Star" in 1847. A former slave that spoke out against the evils of slavery because she was inspired by the acts of Frederick Douglass. During this time, women did not have many right such as: voting, their wages belonged to their husband, property belonged to their husbands, and no law stated was against husbands abusing their wives. This angered Lucretia Mott and Elizabeth Cady Stanton (daughters of a judge). So, they hosted a national women's rights convention. The organizers of the convention wanted the Declaration of Sediments on the Declaration of Independence. Another convention in 1848 (Seneca Falls Convention) demanded equality for women. Many abolitionists/activists attended this event like Douglass, the Grimke sisters, and Susan B. Anthony. William Lloyd Garrison Many children at this time could not afford to attend school. Horace Mann wanted to change this condition, so he spoke about how public education was important and how it could improve the society. This lead to people agreeing to build better schools and increasing teacher's salaries. However, African Americans were not allowed to attend school and few girls could only attend. Artists and Thinkers Reform is to make change in something Dorothea Dix was a Boston schoolteacher who agreed to teach at a jail on Sundays. When she visited the prisons, the treatment of the prisoners surprised her. The children and adults did not have enough food, cells were crowded, and the mentally ill were being abused. Due to these unfortunate conditions, Dix wrote a report to the state legislature which prompt them to create a hospital for the mentally ill. In addition, Dix outlawed cruel punishments, stop debtor's prisons, and made a special justice system for children. Civil Disobedience is a peaceful protest, usually individuals refuse to obey laws or refuse to pay taxes. Henry David Thoreau supported people who refused to obey the laws they considered unfair. Abolitionists Women's Rights Movement An abolitionist who helped slaves secretly run away on the Underground Railroad. Men, women, and children were very exposed to alcohol. So, around the 1820s, the public campaign against alcohol, the temperance movement, was initiated. However, this movement was being repealed and not focused on. This conflict was beginning to come back in the 1900s though. The temperance movement, during the 1900s, was lead by Carrie Nation. Later on, alcohol was banned in the 18th amendment in 1919. Public Education
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Transcript: USATODAY.com Arrows "I would most likely skip some sections using just the top buttons, whereas using the side arrows I would hit each section" "Once I noticed them I liked them a lot...I cannot name one website that uses this design to change their main subject pages" These are the arrows: Findings Consumers tended not to prefer the Large Grey arrows, some felt they were actually too big while others thought they too light in color Next steps Possibility: Use Large Black arrows, but change hover color to correspond with section rather than white on-hover state Most consumers would like the arrows to give them a clue into where the arrows will take them. Some suggested changing the color to correspond with the section colors, some suggested text hovers and one said "just add 'NEXT' to it". Methodology Based on consumer reaction and preference for the Large Black arrows, suggested next step is to move forward with A/B testing the Large Black against Current arrow design to see which receives higher consumer engagement To determine which arrows are most likely to be noticed and/or used by consumers Oh, and... Consumers seemed generally indifferent to the Grey w/Black arrows, they weren't disliked but they weren't preferred or noticed much either Overall Impressions The end. The Large Black arrows were the preferred design and the one most noticed by consumers. They stood out most and by far, received the greatest reaction by consumers. The Current arrows were least preferred and least likely to be noticed. Consumers felt they were just too small. Most Likely to be Noticed Goal: Consumer tests done on usertesting.com 10 participants Approximately 15 minutes in length Fielded from March 12-14, 2013 Consumer given variety of tasks that would encourage them to interact with various arrow designs Consumers shared thoughts and opinions about four arrow designs What about the other arrows? BUT! Once they noticed the arrows, they really liked them! The arrows did what they expected and most said they'd be likely to use them. The arrows were not noticed by consumers without prompting (except for one "power user" who was very familiar with the site). Consumers default to top nav bar when asked to navigate to a new section. Current Grey w/Black Large Grey Large Black Large Black
Transcript: *Ares- Arrows are a symbol of the god of war. Brave Arrows Monica Burrus A crooked arrow- warns of difficulties or deception War Hawkeye * In the 14th century cartographers used the arrow for the first time in direction/wayfinding in the compass rose. Robin Hood Katniss Everdeen Arrow history.. Arrows in entertainment.. Arrows fly at my house *Apollo- Arrows are the suns rays they are both harmful and beneficial. A straight arrow - focus and goodness A flame tipped arrow- passion Protection * archery was used as games in mid-evil times, sometimes to win a maiden. An arrowhead- begining of a plan of action Warding off evil Often associated with the sun and of course....hunting Crossed arrows- a union Arrows are all around us * bundles of arrows were heraldic symbol of Queen Isabella I of Spain who rules 1474-1504 When you see an arrow... Traffic signs Hands on a clock Elevator indicator Emergency exits and Turn lanes just to name a few Thought Speed Menace Determination Piercing Masculine Phallic Power War Virility Virtue Courage A broken arrow- the end of something that is not to be undone. (ending of a war) Native American Arrows Arrow symbolisim *Artemis (Diana)- Arrows shown as light Peace * Homer- Arrows as symbols of pain and disease, shot at mankind by the gods (espically Apollo) Weapons of Gods *Eros- Arrows are darts of love. Once a heart is pierced by his arrow it is a symbol of union. * oldest arrow found dates back 64,000 years ago
Transcript: ARROWS Youth Engagement ! Absolute Integrity Empathy 7 Teachings Medicine Wheel A Y ACTIVITY Step 1: Start Colouring Medallions Step 2: Intros (name, organization, etc) Step 3: Think of your Gift Step 4: SHARE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!! GIFTS Welcome Resources Year 1 O! Access Support Opportunity Year 2 Year 3
Transcript: Using H2O energy Saving energy Saving trees Don't pollute the air NO deforestation Don't waste electricity for unnecessary things Using solar energy Using lightbulbs that use less energy such as, florescent and LED lights. * Cleaning oil damage in the water No GHGs Saving H2O *People cleaning a river Saving Earth Saving not needed energy Reuse, Reduce, & Recycle * Ships cleaning the ocean Using wind energy Examples: Using stored energy in plants Don't cut down trees and forests No CFCs Not poluting the air Protecting the Ozone Layer Not using harmful elements DEFORESTATION BY: Muhammad Tukhtasunov PLANT MORE TREES THANK YOU FOR WATCHING!!! Examples: Using renewable energy
Transcript: Bhutan! Come have a memorable time in our beautiful country! Day 1- Paro (Uma by Como hotel) Morning: Breakfast at the hotel/Phunakha Dzong Afternoon: Tiger’s nest climb/lunch on the way up. Night: Welcome dinner at the hotel Day 3- Thimpu (Taj Taschi Hotel) Morning: Breakfast at the hotel/FREE MORNING Afternoon: Art lessons at Chocki art school/Lunch at Bhutan Kitchen Night: Diner at folk heritage/Visit their museum. Learning benefits: -Get to know a very diferent culture and costumes -Try the unique Bhutanese food -Meet new people -Have a spiritual and great time -Learn a little bit of the Bhutan language THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION! Q&A King: Jigme Khesar Namgyal Wangchuck First minister: Jigme Thinley Day 4- Thimpu Morning: Breakfast at the hotel/Taschicho Dzong (Bhudas) Afternoon: Lunch at Farmer's market/Dochula pass memorial Night: HOTEL Day 3- Phunakha Morning: Breakfast at the hotel/Phunakha Dzong Afternoon: Have lunch at Lobesa Village/Nalanda Bhudist College Night: Diner at the hotel. Have a great time in Bhutan! Day 2-Phunakha (Karon Phunakha Hotel) Morning:Breakfast at the hotel Afternoon: Spa day- Hotel have lunch at Cheese and Chillis Night: Have diner at Chimi Langcklang Summary: 1. Location 2. Information 3. Itinerary 4. Opinion on Bhutan 5. Learning Benefits 6. The end 7. Q&A Day 6- Bhumthang (Peling Hotel) Morning: Breakfast at the hotel Afternoon: Burning Lake/Lunch at Sunny Restaurant Night: Goodbye Diner/Prepare Baggage Currency: Ngultrum Population: 725,296 Capital: Thimpu Languages: Dzongkha and Bhutanese Religion: Bhudism If you have any questions, feel free to ask them now. Last day- Paro (Uma by como hotel) Morning: Breakfast at the hotel and leave to the airport Afternoon: Lunch at the airport/Goodbye/Trip Night: Trip (Arrival in the next morning) Some of Bhutan's information "Bhutan is the most beautiful and civilized place i have ever been to" - Teacher Gluacia Rosas, who traveled to Bhutan last year. Day 1 Made by: Manon Zarvos, Julia Bernardes and Tomás Alvarex
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