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Transcript: - baby boys - rivers & oceans - rain - headache relief - slows down metabolism - lowers blood pressure - decreases heartburn & indigestion - sky - police officer - U.S.A. - ward off spirits in some religions The Great Gatsby White: - Daisy's clothing - "high in a white palace" - curtains - purest characters? Emotional Connotations of Blue - masculinity - competence - high quality - non-threatening - trust - power - longevity - soothing - calm - refreshing - dependable - vital - clarity - pride - courage - tranquility Emotional Connotations of White Cultural Connotations of Blue - dove - bride's dress - sky & clouds - clean, new sheet(s) - snow - Chinese - Heavenly Real World Examples Cultural Connotations of White - pureness - cleanliness - innocence - new beginnings - youth - Holiness (Holy color) - peace - tidiness - crispness - sterility - blandness Connotation: Blue: - T.J. Eckleburg's eyes - water separating (blue lawn & gardens) - Tom's car - Tom and Daisy's relationship Blue and White an idea or feeling that a word invokes in addition to its literal or primary meaning By: Rachel Martin, Alex Johnson, & Megan King
Transcript: Extras. Blue and White Porcelain was started in the Tang Dynasty. Up till the Yuan Dynasty the manufacturing of this item went into maturity. It was used for vases, jars, plates, bowls and more. What was the impact of it in China? Who Invented It? Manufacturing: The making of goods or wares by manual, labor or by machinery, especially on a large scale Tang Dynasty: the imperial dynasty of China from 618 to 907 Yuan Dynasty: the imperial dynasty of China from 1279 to 1368 Vocab. It is still a treasure to some because it can still still be rare to some and also it has value everywhere. Maturity: full development; perfected condition: Its Okay To Clap For Me. $1.25 It was helpful because it as something value able, also it was in your home to make you home look better. Monday, February 17, 2014 What the impact of it for the rest of the world? This Is What It Looks Like. This story is by: Leslee Whatmore It was invented in Ancient China in the Tang Dynasty. (618-907 AD) Why was it important to China? About. Why was it important for the rest of the world? It was important to China because it was a treasure to some and it was good to trade with. When and where was it invented? People are wanting to see is in China. People often have to guard this treasure from other people taking it. Aka: Blue and white ceramic. Craftsmen all around the world attempted to copy it as there own inventions. Vol XCIII, No. 311 Blue and White Porcelain. What was it used for? Why was it helpful?
Transcript: What's your favorite color? Fire trucks are red. Stop signs are red. Cherries are red. Do you know what else is white? Do you know what else is red? RED Blueberries are blue. The sky is blue. The ocean is blue. Blue! Paper is white. Snow is white. Most ceilings are white. Red, White, and Blue WHITE!
Transcript: By a blue collar - worker General timeline - In the form of indirect discrimination, occuring by means of hidden activities. - A Vietnamese mind-set. - Morally necessary: blue-collar workers receive excessively unfair treatment. - Encourage people to take other kinds of actions like comment share like comment share - 6/11 – 16/11: Recruitment + Training volunteers - 10/11: Release Promotion video - 16/11 – 2/12: Provide lectures to secondary students (with real experiences) - 5/12 (Sunday): Organize workshop (with book fair) - 6/12: Fieldtrip White&Blue From Matcha with love 1. Beneficiaries 2. Format Photos Promotion plan: Activities Engage 1. Online: - Organize mini games, quizzes -Open public discussion in forums -Provide the results of each project’s stage - Run the “Humans of White&Blue” 2. Offline: Direct discussion Content: Lecture 1 • Activities - Psychologists giving talks in the form of friendly “coffee talk” - Discussion session - Participate in interesting games/ activities: perform a play. - Coffee break. - Book Fair: exchange books. Content: Lecture 2 Inspirational quote Budget plan like comment share like comment share Risk managment plan Content: Field trip Beneficiaries - Format Shared a Link like comment share 1. Content - Lecture: Interaction problems - Fieldtrip: Weather + Volunteers - Workshop: Little attendance 2. Budget: Inadequate funds 3. Promotion: Not reach goal number + Inappropriate posts Shared a Photo INCOME 12,000,000 Sponsorship 1. Hanvico Company 7,000,000 2. AIESEC VietNam 2,000,000 3. Apollo Center 1,000,000 4. Oxfam UK 2,000,000 EXPENSES 10,385,980 • Location: Hanoi • Targeted subject: Students over 12 years old, parents • Duration: approximately 2 hours • Aim - Share knowledge - Give a chance to share their stories and thoughts. - Share videos/ photos of the journey of White& Blue - Provide opportunities to raise voice and contribute ideas Children and The community Lectures (with real experiences) Workshop (with book fair) Watch and learn Period 2: Practice • Location: A primary/ secondary school in Hanoi • Duration: 2 sessions (approximately 30 minutes/ session) • Activities - Session 1 + Two groups take turns to partake in working as school cleaners/ kitchen hand + Homework: Prepare detailed content of a lesson of any subject. - Session 2: 1 group presents their work + Homework: Write down some notes/ draw pictures Content: Workshop: WRAP – WE RESPECT ALL PROFESSIONS like comment share like comment share Amplify 1.Online: - Post stories, videos, images, documentary and reportage - Recruit volunteers for the project - Have a close-up video: summarize - Upload real interviews 2. Offline: - Book fair - Seminar Purpose: Spread the project message "Know – Respect – Appreciate" Mission - Provoke sympathy and trigger deeper understanding - Increase the number of followers and supporters. - Recruit potential volunteers for the project. - Attract sponsorships. Target Audience - Students in Hanoi - Sponsors - The community Big Idea: PRIDE Key Message: Every profession merits respect. Strategy PR offline PR online • Location: 4 different locations: Cau Giay, My Dinh, Hoan Kiem lake – old streets, Dong Da – Kim Lien • Duration: 8.00 a.m – 11.30 a.m • Activities (For all volunteers) - 4 groups + Present thank you notes. Offer them help. Take a picture with them. + Interview for a survey - Each group is accompanied by one-two members of the organizing team. - The survey and pictures collected will be posted to the project’s fanpage. Promotion Plan Trigger 1. Online: -Design the fanpage -Have a trailer for the project -Photo collection of Occupation -Promote the project through online newspaper 2. Offline - Design posters, leaflets: school notice board. Lectures with real experiences Period 1: Theory • Location: A primary/ secondary school in Hanoi • Duration: 1 session (approximately 40 minutes) • Activities - Lead-in: Evoke emotions in discussion sessions - Perform a play - Provide basic knowledge - Present videos Dash for Impact - Team Matcha Why is there a need? Definition 1. Blue-collar workers 2. White-collar workers Perform manual labour Perform professional, managerial, or administrative work
Transcript: Red, White, and Blue The Story of the American Flag being able to do, say, and think as you please unfurl stripes names used instead of real names birthday X-ray worn away on the edges and threads are hanging loose indivisible cannot be divided or separated into parts Armpit the day you were born loyalty or faithfulness a person feels to his or her country, a leader, a friend, or family history to unroll or spread out groups of people who left their own land to settle in another land American Revolution freedom from being controlled by other people or countries nicknames war in which the 13 American colonies gained their freedom from England Squid all that has happened in the life of a people, a country, or a field of study such as science or art national lawmaking group of the United States Congress patriotic another name for North America and South America or the United States piece of colored cloth with stars or other symbols on it that represents a state or country independence long, narrow band of color shows love and loyalty to his or her country stars something, such as a sign, a mark, or an object that stands for something else colonies freedom America symbol Magnet Zero Barf Bag Caveman frayed allegiance shape that has five or six points flag
Transcript: 14th century blue and white porcelain began to be massed produced in Jingdezhen, also called the porcelain capital of China. Cobalt was exported from Persia. Cobalt was worth twice as much as gold. White porcelain was fired once, and then the design was painted on with cobalt pigment. After a glaze was put on the pieces were fired again. In 1707, porcelain began being manufatured in Germany. A Jesuit priest shared Chinese techniques with the Germans. This was then followed by porcelain production in France, England, and the Netherlands. As the cobalt was coming from Persia, many early designs were Islamic in nature with Arabic and Persian inscriptions. Chinese designs (flying cranes, dragons, and lotus flowers) were from Near-East, Syria and Egypt. Trading took place with the Ottoman Empire during the 15th century. Blue and white porcelain is still being produced in Jingdezhen today. It reached its height of technical expertise during the Qing Dynasty (1661 - 1722). Blue and White Today Time to create... In 16th century the European potters began to copy the Chinese blue and white procelain, and during the 17th century Europe began to import the Chinese blue and white procelain. These pieces became highly collectible items. Chinese Blue and White Porcelain First blue and white wares are dated from 9th century Henan province, China. These pieces were not porcelain.
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