Transcript: GL Design By Lauren Malik and Gloria Reyes Sunflower High School SCHOOL POLICIES SCHOOL POLICIES 1 Gym credit (sports count) 3 English credits 2 Social studies credits 2 Math credits 3 Science credits 2 Fine arts credits 1 Forign language credit 5 Electives GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Graduation Requirements HIRING TEACHERS The teachers must be nice, organized, passionate about teaching, and hopefully have experience with children. Philosiphy: Individual based learning, understand that every student is different Grading Policy: All assignments must be graded within two weeks of handing them in TEACHERS BEHAVIOR PLAN BEHAVIOR PLAN Safety is a priority Consequences for bad actions Will issue detentions and suspensions for acting out or being disrespectful 2 warnings for being tardy, 3 tardies = lunch detention HOMEWORK POLICY Homework allowed during the week No homework on weekends or over holiday breaks, students' time to relax and spend time doing other important things HOMEWORK POLICY OUR SCHOOL Sunflower High OUR MISSION Sunflower High School will recognize students' individual needs to help them on their way to success. OUR MISSION OUR CORE VALUES 1) Respect 2) Responsibility 3) Involvement 4) Kindness OUR CORE VALUES OUR MASCOT Our colors are yellow and black. OUR MASCOT DAILY SCHEDULE Our class schedule will consist of 8 periods with an additional advisory period. On Mondays, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday classes will last 53 minuets each, whereas on Wednesdays, classes will last 35 minuets each. M,T,T,F SCHEDULE ADVISORY: 8:00-8:23 1ST HOUR: 8:27- 9:10 2ND HOUR:9:14- 9:57 3RD HOUR:10:01- 10:44 4TH HOUR: 10:48-11:31 5TH HOUR: 11:35-12:44 1ST LUNCH: 11:35-11:55 2ND LUNCH: 11:55-12:15 6TH HOUR: 12:48-1:31 7TH HOUR:1:34- 2:18 8TH HOUR: 2:22- 3:05 WEDNESDAY SCHEDULE 1ST HOUR: 8:00-8:35 2ND HOUR: 8:39- 9:14 3RD HOUR: 9:18- 9:53 4TH HOUR: 9:57- 10:32 5TH HOUR: 10:36- 11:11 1ST LUNCH 10:36-10:56 2ND LUNCH 10:56-11:11 6TH HOUR:11:15- 11:50 7TH HOUR:11:54-12:56 8TH HOUR: 1:00- 1:35 SPORTS AND CLUBS Sunflower High offers a varierty of extracurricular activities to ensure that our students find an outlet for their creativity and athleticism. SPORTS AND CLUBS Orchestra Band Choir Drama PERFORMING ARTS PERFORMING ARTS CLUBS Art Club Can We Talk Culinary Club Hacky Sack Club Model UN NHS Language Clubs Make Your Own Club CLUBS ATHLETICS Soccer Volleyball Football Basketball Swimming Track and Field Cheer Golf Gymnastics Tennis Baseball Softball Bowling Wresteling ATHLETICS
Transcript: Soviet Union: The GULAG Comparison: They systematically killed a group of people out of fear. They believed that getting rid of the group would help their country. Contrast: 18 - 50 year old males. People killed were volunteer forces, communists, looters, those possessing weapons, and people whom were on the anti-Japanese list. They did not have work camps like the Holocaust. The Chinese estimated that 40,000 - 50,000 people were killed compared to the 5 - 6 million people killed in the Holocaust. Changi Beach Purpose: Japan was growing suspicious of China because of growing tensions. Japan wanted to prevent interference of their occupation in Singapore The question we are reflecting on is: "Why is the Holocaust within Nazi Germany the primary focus when there were other, more extensive genocides committed by other countries during World War 2, such as the Soviet Union and Japan?" Flush toilets in Dachau camp Rashna: Internet "Tour Guide Compared Dachau to Japanese Internment Camp." Scrapbookpages Blog. N.p., 19 Apr. 2010. Web. 10 Apr. 2016. "Dachau." United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. United States Holocaust Memorial Council, 29 Jan. 2016. Web. 10 Apr. 2016. Journal Article Berger, Robert L. "Nazi Science- The Dachau Hypothermia Experiments." New England Journal of Medicine N Engl Med 322.20 (1990): 1435-440. Print. Staff, The New Republic. "The Harrowing First Report From Dachau Concentration Camp, in 1934." Print. Book Wise, Robert L. The Bitter Road to Dachau. Nashville, TN: Broadman & Holman, 2005. Print. Leckie, Robert. Delivered from Evil: The Saga of World War II. New York: Harper & Row, 1987. Print. McManus, John C. Hell before Their Very Eyes: American Soldiers Liberate Concentration Camps in Germany, April 1945. N.p.: n.p., n.d. Print. Japan: Sook Ching Introduction Dan Anderson, Gary M., and Robert D. Tollison. 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Fordham University. Web. 09 Apr. 2016. <http://legacy.fordham.edu/halsall/mod/1936purges.asp>. Walker, Shaun. "Russia's Gulag Camps Cast in Forgiving Light of Putin Nationalism." The Guardian. Guardian News and Media, 29 Oct. 2015. Web. 11 Apr. 2016. <http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/oct/29/russia-gulag-camps-putin-nationalism-soviet-history>. Comparing the Holocaust with the lesser known mass extermination around the world during WWII Holocaust VS. Washed up Hate Crimes Date: March 1933 till the end of the war in 1945 Purpose Capture anybody who was a socialist or against Hitler's policies To perform medical experiments Death camp Compare and Contrast Had better living situations Got paid for labor Better resources 21 February to 4 March 1942 Japanese Occupation in Singapore Germany: Dachau “purging through cleansing”, Blackburn, Kevin. "The Collective Memory Of The Sook Ching Massacre And The Creation Of The Civilian War Memorial Of Singapore." Journal Of The Malaysian Branch Of The Royal Asiatic Society 73.2 (2000): 71-90. Historical Abstracts with Full Text. Web. 11 Apr. 2016. Bradman. "All-Day Gunfire In1942 Massacre." The Straits Time [Singapore] 12 Mar. 1947: 1. The Straits Times. 12 Mar. 1947. Web. 6 Mar. 2016. Downing, Taylor. "Auschwitz: The Forgotten Evidence." History Today 55.2 (2005): 26-32. Humanities Source. Web. 11 Apr. 2016. Hayashi, Hirofumi. "The Battle of Singapore, the Massacre of Chinese and Understanding of the Issue in Postwar Japan." Asia-Pacific Journal 28 (2009). Ebscohost. Web. 4 Apr. 2016. Bibliography Differences: The GULAG was not created to kill a specific group of people, but rather to use them as a source of labor for the Soviet Union. Prisoners were often released. However they were often exiled from their homes. We researched these three events: Germany: Dachau: (March 1933 - 1945) Soviet Union: The GULAG: (1917 - 1980's) Japan: Sook Ching: (February 21 - March 4, 1942) Similarities: The camps were used for hard labor. Prisoners were considered expendable. Often the innocent were imprisoned through no fault of their own. The total estimated death toll from the GULAGs ranges from
Transcript: Sunflower Response Presented by Colleen Arnold Background TOPIC 1 Home Life Family &Hometown Born and raised in a Catholic Family Mother is from a very large strict Catholic household Father was not very religious, converted for marriage Brother is unsure Town Spencer, Wi Population 1800 Small rural farming community Conservative and Traditional values Not extremely diverse Pictures PICTURES Social Life Who Am I Family and friends mean everything Considerations: Small town Religious background Importance of Family Timeline TIMELINE June 11th,1997 First Communion & First Reconciliation Graduation Confirmation Senior in College Religion Religious Life Member of Christ The King Catholic Church Roncalli Newman Catholic Church Family has played a huge role in my faith Education Education Graduated from Spencer Public High School Current Viterbo University nursing student Dorothee Soelle TOPIC 2 German Christian theologian who struggled with the Holocaust “No, I cannot forgive you,” and “Yes, I can believe your remorse.” Discussed Holocaust with a Nazi Professor Introduces the concept of teshuvah Unsure, but sure? My Response TOPIC 3 Does a person need to be innocent to deserve forgiveness? Is there something in the world that is unforgivable? Is there a limit or spectrum to forgiveness? As a Catholic, what do I know in my faith? Does my forgiveness matter? I have no right to influence other people's decisions. “You must choose which perspective is best, and your choice will have much to do with your feelings about the preciousness of life, and not only the preciousness of other people's lives” (Hallie, 1981) Virtue Ethics TOPIC 4 “Virtue ethics looks at virtue or moral character, rather than at ethical duties and rules, or the consequences of actions” (Ethics - Introduction to ethics: Ethics: A general introduction, 2014) “The theological virtues are characteristics essential to the Christian idea of human flourishing, although they are not exclusively Christian” (Kyte, 2012). A person can make ethical decisions based on what they believe a person of good character would do (Faith, hope, and love). I would choose to forgive, and that we can choose to learn from the events of the Holocaust
Transcript: Sunflowers are great at cleaning up nuclear disasters. Sunflowers are really good at taking up certain radioactive istopes by planting them in the area for example Chernobyl. The radioistopes mimic some of the nutrients that the plant takes up normally. farm information Fukushima has a tropical climate. The average climate is 72.5-78.6 with good rainfall from May-September. sunflower location In fukushima there was a nuclear disaster, the city got covered in radiation and people had to leave their homes. Why Sunflowers Sunflowers are great for cleaning nuclear disasters. The reason sunflowers are used to clean up nuclear disasters is because the are really good at taking up certain radioactive istopes by planting them in the area for example chernobyl. The radioistopes mimic some of the nutrients that the plant takes up normally. Each sunflower will be 30 inches apart. Don't plant them in wet, swampy areas. They require medium to high nitrogen levels in soil. 1 inch of moisture per week. The reason The sunflower has many uses than just it seeds. They are used for soap from their oil, animal feed from they're seeds, fuel for cars and trucks from the oil, some kinds of glue, special paints, and salad dressing. Requirements and harvest -The farm will be 130 acres. -It will have shipping stations. -The farm will be manual labor for careful harvesting. -It will be managed by employees. -It will be owned by my family and by the next generation. Pest fukushima, japan They will be planted in May and harvested in august. The sunflowers have many uses for example their oil is used for soap, fuel for cars and trucks, salad dressing, some kinds of glue, and special paints. The pest for the sunflower is: -Cut Worms -Grasshoppers -Inch Worms -Painted Lady Caterpillar -Seed Weevils sunflowers Disaster The weather conditions for the sunflower to grow is 64-91 degrees. They can survive in droughts and recover quickly with little water even if they are half dead. Why sunflowers
Transcript: SITING IN THIS ROOM PLAYING RUSSIAN ROULETTE FINGER ON THE TRIGGER TO MY DEAR JULIETTE OUT FROM THE WINDOW SEE HER BACK DROP SOULUETTE THIS BLOOD ON MY HANDS IS SOMETHING I CANNOT FORGET!!! WE ARE BREATHING WILE YOUR SLEEPING GO AND LEAVE US ALONE THE WORLD IS CHEATING MY HEART IS BEATING GO AND LEVE US ALONE THESE SITUATIONS ARE IRRELAVANT NOW SHE LOVES THE WAY THAT I TEASE I LOVE THE WAY THAT SHE BREATHS
Transcript: SCIN130 Organism Profile Presentation Location of Study: Fort Bliss, TX How does the sunflower obtain and store its energy? The sunflower (IFAS) is a crucial necessity for small birds who migrate for shelter. They provide safety before the birds feed and continue with their migration. The sunflower provides a bountiful habitat for bird populations and in return the birds feed on small, succulent insects such as grasshoppers that can do major crop damage (2003, August 22). Biotic Interactions Organism Intro Look at me. I'm pretty! Scientific Name: Helianthus Anuus All about sunflower. (2014). Retrieved November 17, 2014, from http://www.sunflowernsa.com/all-about/history/ Gopinath, D. (2011, January 21). The Hindu Crossword Corner. Retrieved November 15, 2014, from http://thehinducrosswordcorner.blogspot.com/2011_01_01_archive.html Hugo, N. (2013, August 31). In Windowsillarranging. Celebrating Nature on the Windowsill. Retrieved November 22, 2014, from http://windowsillarranging.blogspot.com/2013_08_01_archive.html Iowa wildflower Wednesday: common sunflower. (2012, September 26). In Bleeding Heartland. Retrieved November 18, 2014, from http://www.bleedingheartland.com/diary/5742/iowa-wildflower-wednesday-common-sunflower Ipatenco, S. (n.d.). In Homeguides. How to protect your tomatoes & cucumbers from insects. Retrieved November 21, 2014, from http://homeguides.sfgate.com/protect-tomatoes-cucumbers-insects-21932.html Jones, G., & Sieving, K. (2003, August 22). In IFAS. Sunflowers and the birds they attract help control insect pests on crops and reduce pesticide use. Retrieved November 22, 2014, from http://news.ifas.ufl.edu/2003/08/sunflowers-and-the-birds-they-attract-help-control-insect-pests-on-crops-and-reduce-pesticide-use/ Layne, E. (2014, August 30). In EHow. Three unique qualities of sunflowers. Retrieved November 13, 2014, from http://www.ehow.com/info_8339288_three-unique-qualities-sunflowers.html Reichers, M. (2012, August 15). In University of Wisconsin-Madison News. Sunflowers inspire more efficient solar power system. Retrieved November 12, 2014, from http://www.news.wisc.edu/20967 Riechers, M. (2012, August 16). In Wind Energy. Sunflowers inspire more efficient solar power system. Retrieved November 21, 2014, from http://www.evwind.es/2012/08/16/sunflowers-inspire-more-efficient-solar-power-system/21764 Russell, P., Hertz, P., & McMillan, B. (2013). Introduction to Biological Concepts and Research. In Biology: The Dynamic Science (p. 4). Cengage Learning. Shankel, N. (2014, August 30). In EHow. Parts of a sunflower plant. Retrieved November 1, 2014, from http://www.ehow.com/info_8064809_parts-sunflower-plant.html Shukoff, P. (2011). Sunflower song. On Epic rap battles of history [MP3 file]. Rochester, NY: Hoppoh Records. Sunflowers. (n.d.). In Cornell University Department of Horticulture. Retrieved November 10, 2014, from http://www.hort.cornell.edu/hightunnel/crops/flowers/sunflowers.htm Organism Intro cont. How does the sunflower live? Biotic Interactions cont. Why I chose this organism? There's no place like home. Reproductive Ecology Habitat Energy Ecology Picture courtesy of "The Hindu Crossword Corner". The Sunflower The sunflower (Wind Energy) obtains its energy directly from the sun's light and rays. It stores its energy through a process called photosynthesis. Due to it's uniqueness, another process known as heliotropism occurs, in which the sunflower absorbs energy with in its response to the direction of the sun's travel similar to solar panels (2012, August 15). Common Name: The Sunflower The sunflower (Biology: The Dynamic Science) stores most of its energy within the seeds. Birds, insects, rodents, and humans consume them for its chemical energy. Upon it's death, decomposers such as bacteria and fungi feed on the remains which are then recycled back into the life cycle of the plant (2013, p.4). Habitat cont. Biotic Interactions cont. Making the neighborhood look beautiful, one sunflower at a time. Energy Ecology cont. Reproductive Ecology cont. by Enrique Decal References The sunflower ("All about sunflower") is found throughout North and Central America. Between the 16th and 19th centuries, cultivation developments grew in Europe. During the turn of the 19th century, the sunflower was recognized commercially in both North America and Europe. Dry, open areas and prairies with lots of sun and nutrient-rich soil is what the sunflower enjoys the most (2014). The pistol ("Three unique qualities of sunflowers") consists of the style, stigma, and ovary. It is the female reproductive organ located on the tiny florets of the sunflower's head. The male reproductive organ is classified as the pistol which is made up of the anther and the filament. The anther consists of pollen grains which is located at the tip with the filament. The anther is attached to the filament to provide stability. Together they form the androecium which can consists of more than one stamen (2014, August 30).
Transcript: a quote by Simon Wiesenthal Jordan Campagnolo and Bridget Hoffmann How would you react if you were an author writing a symposium? Simon and his wife Cyla Bridget Hoffmann is a philosopher at Harvard University. Her long-time friend Jordan Campagnolo is also a philosopher at Princeton University. They then partnered up and created a Holocaust museum. Discussion Questions The Sunflower Presentation A sunflower on a Nazi's grave Biography If Karl wasn't sincere why did he continue to ask Simon to stay when he tried to leave numerous times? Do you think Karl understood Simon's reaction? How do you think he felt? If you were Karl why wouldn't you have just talked/asked a priest? After Simon got back to the camp the of the talk with Karl, why do you think he thought about it for so long? Do you think he thought about it years later?
Transcript: Sunflower Helianthus annuus "Helios" means sun in Greek and "annus" means annual. Most commonly found outside due to size, but can be started inside Annual in Iowa Native to North America Bloom Time: Summer Flower Color: Bright yellow but can be red or light yellow Light: Full Sun Height: 2 to 6 feet tall Soil Moisture: Dry, Moist/Wet, Well Draining Zones: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 Flower follows the sun throughout the day Seeds are edible 1996 Guiness Book of Records, the tallest Sunflower ever grown measured 25 feet 5 and 1/2 inches
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