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Transcript: "Backwards" by Warsan Shire Structure - Free form - Two reflecting stanzas whose importance has different interpretations Structure Title Importance The second stanza being a reflection of the first might be used as a tool to strengthen the effect of the title. It's literally "Backwards" backwards! Interpretation #1 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Central Desire for Speaker One of the main takeaways from the poem is that the speaker wants to turn back time. The reflecting stanzas express this point. Interpretation #2 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Speaker Speaker - The speaker is probably a teenage girl ("my breasts disappear"). She has a younger sibling. - The speaker was forced into a motherly role at a young age. The phrases that she uses like "just say the word" show the devotion and responsibility that she feels for her sibling. It is similar to a bond that a mother feels with her child. Motivation Motivation - The speaker wants to create a better reality for both her and her sibling. She sees the grief that plagues her childhood and wishes for a redo. - This is really reflective of the "first daughter" experience that is near universal. A lot of the parenting is often left to older siblings, who are forced to be both the parent and child. The speaker is learning to navigate through her childhood whilst also feeling the need to shelter her sibling from their reality. Desire Desire - In this dreamlike sequence, it's clear that the speaker desires a better childhood. In it, the speaker is reunited with her father, her stepfather isn't an alcoholic, and her mother doesn't lose her baby to violence. She wants to heal her family. - The rhetorical question "Maybe we're okay kid?" points to the positive effect that she sees as result of her family's restoration. It'll be a better reality for both her and her sibling. Themes Themes The main themes in this poem are family, love, and abuse. These themes greatly impact the motivation and desire of the speaker, holding tons of influence over the poem. Family Family This poem explores the nuance of family. While the speaker's sibling is what keeps her grounded and focused, other members of her family harm her. She is both angry and attached to them, unsure of whether or not her anger is justified. This is evidenced by her father's abandonment. Even though he made the active choice to leave her, she still loves him and wishes for his return. People are willing to make more exceptions for their family members behaviors because of the nature of their connection. Love Love Despite her circumstances, the speaker doesn't lose herself. She is able to push through the trauma because of the love that she feels for her sibling. Their connection is center to the poem. Love is the driving factor. It pushes the story forward instead of allowing the speaker to spiral in the despair that surrounds her. Abuse Abuse The speaker is surrounded by abuse. The mention of her mother's accident that resulted in a miscarriage is a clear allusion to the violence that she experiences at home. It is possible that the miscarriage was caused by the stepfather, who was revealed to be an alcoholic. There is also an allusion to sexual violence, something that the speaker might have experienced in her childhood. Abuse serves as the main problem for the speaker, something that she wishes to stop. Warsan Shire Warsan Shire - Warsan Shire was born is Kenya to Somali parents. At the age of one, her family moved to London. Later in life, Shire was named the young poet Laureate for London! - A lot of Shire's poems center around heavy topics. Her two most famous poems, "Home" and "Backwards," are representative of this. Home "Home" - Home is the story of refugees fleeing their homes. It offers a different perspective that urges people to think about the reasons that refugees flee, rather than just seeing them as a nuisance. - Shire's motivation for this poem lies in her family history. Both of her parents are Somali and a lot of her family are located there. The Somali Civil War, which has been raging on for decades, had a direct effect of her family. She states that there are plenty of terrible things that have happened to her friends and family as a result of the war. Connection to "Backwards" Connection to "Backwards" In "Backwards," a lot of the suffering that the speaker goes through is at the hands of her parental figures. If her poems are a reflection of Shire's own life, it is possible that the speaker's neglect is an indirect result of the trauma that her parents experienced. Parents often unload their trauma onto their kids, perpetuating the cycle of abuse. If the parents went through something similar to what is described in "Home," it's no wonder that their child is trying so desperately to rewrite their wrongs. Beloved Beloved The relationship between the speaker and her mother runs parallel to the relationship between Denver and Sethe. In both stories, the mothers are deeply traumatized. Their past makes them very
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Transcript: Determine the kind of data that must be assembled to carry out the required analyses Criticisms & Extension Step 6: Identify the problem and see how the research results will be implemented What's your opinion about the author's ideology? What pros and cons can you identify about the author's idea of reaching research goals? What balance should the researcher and manager have in terms of collaboration during the research? (considering the manager is generally "very busy") Step 8: Step 2: Collaboration between manager and researcher is time consuming. Sometimes a new way is not wanted by the manager, they are just looking for info to fall back on. Research results must be projected into visual representations of the data in a way that makes it easy to understand (not talked about in the article) Results match intended purpose - easier said than done. Technical steps, not enough examples of the process. Steps: Step 3: Specify the analysis necessary to “fill in the blanks” in the research report. If data doesn't already exist, look at research instruments and a sampling plan that will uncover the data that is required. Step 5: 'Backward' Market Research Step 4: Summary Discussion Questions Caffeine Junkies Traditional Research Methods often lead to interesting but mostly useless information for the clients. Cause? Lack of communication between the researcher and the marketing VP. Problem expressed by the manager revolves around unknown information, once the research is done they often don't know what to do with the data. by Confused Superheroes Step 7: Do the analysis, write the report, and watch it have its intended effect Alan R. Andreasen outlined the Backward market research process in 8 steps: Conduct a scan of secondary sources to see whether or not the required data already exists. Pros In theory working backwards should allow you to determine your goal from the very beginning so that the research is guided and doesn't waste resources. It proposes a new way to reach the company's marketing research goal. Management is more likely to support and implement research results if they are closely involved in the process. Thank you! Carry out the field work, continually checking to see whether the data will meet your needs. To make sure the results will work, one must determine what the final report should contain and look. Step 1:
Transcript: Backwards by: Matthias What I feel when I hear this song What I feel when I hear this song I feel like I am motivating myself to go forwards in life. But sometimes, I just can't and I fall backwards. How I feel How I feel I chose this song because it represents who I am as a depressed person. I also chose it because it motivates me to stand up for myself. But when I can't, this song is a last resort. Why did I pick this song Why did I pick this song Too True Too True -He was born in 1988, September 20th About the Artist About the Artist I am going to explain Matthias's life and idea for the music video. Matthias's life Matthias's life Matthias's life began Matthias's growth to now is amazing. He started youtube He got Married to a woman named Amanda He wrote the song "backwards" Yellow= Where he lives Red= Where I live Yellow= Where he lives Red= Where I live Chart Chart No music The chart explains how I feel without the song. Other music instrumentals Listening to the song What is the song about? What is the song about? It is about being held back by things in life and trying to get past them. It is basically my life in a really depressing nutshell. This song... -This song helps me by having a actual meaning to the song. -This song helps me with my Social Anxiety by being able to fight back. This song... Why does this song relate to me and how? Why does this song relate to me and how? Since I have Depression and Anxiety, it has been really hard to get past anything in life. And this song is a motivater for me to get things done and to have a better attitude. Last of all Last of all I recommend this song to anybody who feels like they are being pulled in the opposite direction against their own will. Sometimes emotions get the best of us. And, for me, this song prevents that.
Transcript: I was sittin' on a wooden stool In a barbecue joint in Tennessee I could tell he'd been through some hard times There were tear stains on his old shirt And then he said you wanna know what you get When you play a country song backwards Sounds a little crazy, a little scattered and absurd But that's what you get when you play a country song backwards Well I never heard it said quite like that It hit me in the face cause that's where I'm at I almost fell flat out on the floor He said wait a minute that's not all there's even more We sat there and talked about how it would be If we could just rewind it all and go back in T-I-M-E Your front porch swing goin' ding-a-ling-a-ling Your bling bling bling and a diamond ring Your get your farm and the barn and the boat and the Harley That old black cat named Charlie You get your pride back You get your life back You get your first real love back You get the pond and the lawn The break and the mower You go back when life was slower It sounds a little crazy a little scattered and absurd But that's what you get when you play a country song backwards BACKWARDS Ya get your first and second jobs back AND THIS OLD BOY WALKIED IN And he sat right down next to me
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Transcript: Assessment and management of stroke in the pre-hospital setting Sam, Sam, Shawn, Andy, Charlie & Owen WHAT There are three types of stroke: Transiant ischaemic attack (TIA) - Ischemic stroke and Hemorrhagic stroke (Stroke Association, 2017). The World Health Organisation,( 2017) deffines a stroke as, the interruption of the blood supply to the brain, usually because a blood vessel bursts or is blocked by a clot. This cuts off the supply of oxygen and nutrients, causing damage to the brain tissue. what is a stroke? Stroke classification what comorbidities or health risk factors lead to strokes or increase the risk of strokes? why do people experience strokes? why treatment how do we assess and treat stroke? FAST campaign and treatment pre-hospital / hospital epidemiology What are the UK and international statistics on stroke death and survival chart? bla bla bla! how can we as studet paramedics increase the quality of treatment for stroke patients? how References WHO. (2017). WHO | Stroke, Cerebrovascular accident. Available at: http://www.who.int/topics/cerebrovascular_accident/en/ [Accessed 2 Oct. 2017]. Stroke Association. (2017). Types of stroke. Available at: https://www.stroke.org.uk/what-stroke/types-stroke [Accessed 2 Oct. 2017]. Sibson, L. (2017). Stroke assessment and management in pre-hospital settings. Journal of Paramedic Practice, 9(8), pp.354-361. References
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