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Transcript: In the project we tested three different solutions that all included water and soap. The first mix was water, soap, and glycerin. The second mix was water, soap, and Baking powder, and the last mix was water, soap, and Windex. We took measurements of the bubbles created with each recipe. The solution with glycerin resulted in having the best bubbles. We think the bubble that contains glycerin will be the biggest, and the baking powder will be the smallest... In a container of water, the tiny water molecules are attracted to each other, which means that they're constantly pulling on each other. At the surface of the water, these water molecules are attracted to the water molecules around and below them. In conclusion, we found that our hypothesis was half correct. Because glycerin was the biggest. But baking powder was not the smallest. Abstract Results Materials Prepare three cups with the same amount of soap and water. Label each cup 1,2,3. To Cup 1 add glycerin. To Cup 2 add Windex. To Cup 3 add baking powder. Use the straw to test the bubble. The bubble should be blown on a wet surface. Water Straws Cups Windex Baking powder Glycerin Baking powder makes an effect that makes gas. The gas then forms trillions of tiny bubbles. It's like an alkaline compound. It causes ingredients to rise. Conclusion Work Cited So basically the glycerin has a better structure than baking powder. Question Which substance will create the biggest bubble? mix 3 cups with soap and water. label cups 1,2,3. to one cup add Windex, to the other add glycerin, and to the other add baking powder. test them by dipping a straw into a cup and blowing onto the mat. do the same for all 3 mixtures. Procedure Research Procedure BUBBLY Hypothesis Background research

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Transcript: Bubbly Fire By Kade Hedahl The Fire The Fire Log line: Rena, an overworked motel manager, must fire her alcoholic younger brother, but he has a secret that could dismantle her future. The idea came from... Acting Class Improv scene gone well! Acting Class Sibling tension Higher stakes Succession Succession Unique sibling dynamics Unstable mood = hand-held Unique Sibling Dynamics Rena & RIcky Shared distaste for father Quick, unfiltered dialogue Brutal honesty The urge to swing your fists Rena & Ricky Characters Cast Rena Rena Rena is a 23-year-old motel manager. Despite coming from money- as her father owns the fancy motel- Rena is a hardworking, determined manager. She is about to get married to Kedwick, and her attraction to him comes from his presentation of success and professionalism (but he's actually just a tacky poser). For Ricky, Rena is one of the only people that keep him in check. She cares for Ricky deeply and wants to help him with his addictions, but their relationship is tainted by Rena having to act more as a parent than a sibling. The men in her life consistently let her down. Why Ciara? Hard worker Darting eyes Acting together Ricky Ricky Ricky is 19 and works for the front desk at the motel. He's rebellious, with eyeliner that could cut a bitch. He still acts (and flirts) like he's in high school. Throughout high school, Ricky struggled with alcoholism, causing him to be emotionally stunted in this manipulative, vindictive, and destructive phase. He thinks he's a really hard worker, but the world also revolves around him. Ricky rejects Rena despite her attempts to help him. Why me? Love acting Complex character (dislike but understand) Motel experience Changes after practice shoot... Kedwick Kedwick Kedwick, 24, is a posh narcissist (with a scarf and satchel) that rarely lets down an ingenuine image of success. He wants everyone to be in awe of his posture and presence. He's attracted to Rena because she's a hard worker, and he is not. He has always gotten his way, so his secret, sexual relationship with Ricky is impulsive and of little concern to Kedwick: he believes he's always in control. He is a closeted gay man, and his narcissistic tendencies stem from deep insecurities. Why Matt? Great actor Fit physical description Preexisting film exp. with Ciara and I Tom Tom Tom is Rena and Ricky's old-fashioned father. He's wealthy, but doesn't have to work much. His favorite thing to do is watch hockey, and he's the kind of straight man that feels burdened by women. He has neither the time or patience for his kids. Tom is a dick of a father. (We never see Tom: we only hear him in Rena's opening phone call) Why Karl? Perfect voice Retire-itis (over it) Attacking during office hours Acting Techniques Acting My primary focuses for both directing and acting are on character motivations and secrets (when they're relevant). How these characters go about getting what they want is also important. Examples Scene 3: Rena is motivated to fire Ricky and get his drunk ass home safely by utilizing a stern, motherly stance. Ricky wants to hurt Rena for criticizing him. His pride is hurt, so he decides it's the right time to reveal his affair with Rena's fiance. Freedom Acting Inspirations Reading about some of my favorite directors, Darren Aronofsky and Andrea Arnold, I found that they have a very similar technique: to let actors explore the space themselves and think through characters in the context of that space. They make the acting experience so much more personal than just feeding lines. They ask things like, "how would you react in this scenario?" and "how would your character react differently to that?" Aronofsky and Arnold are open to bend the script if it ups performances. Elmhirst, S., Schwartz, A., & Segnit, N. (2016, October 8). Andrea Arnold's immersive cinema. The New Yorker. Retrieved March 29, 2022 Matt. (2022, March 12). Darren Aronofsky directing style: The Essential Guide to aronofsky's work • filmmaking lifestyle. Filmmaking Lifestyle. Retrieved March 29, 2022, from My rehearsal plan: April 3rd Why co-directing? Co-directing The Look Look Maeve palette Pink lighting Black Swan - POV shots and movements Music and sound effects Music and sound Isolated drums and violins Human sounds High tension Speeds up at the end Storyboard


Transcript: Sales promotions Free sampling Special prices Coupons Incentive point of sale Events for kids and stands for promotion in Kanyon AVM and Trump Minimall. Promotion • The formula with Lime Tree • Gently cleanses for healthy and shiny hair • Hypoallergenic and especially skin-friendly ingredients reduce risk of allergies • 0% parabens, alcohol and colorants • The extra mild formula gently soothes and keeps the pH-value of the scalp in balance Table of Contents THANK YOU FOR YOUR LISTENING MARKETING MIX PRODUCT SITUATION Treat: Economic crises High shampoo market competitive Increase in price of raw material Consumers are not loyal influence of switching brands easily (shampoo industry) A new brand may imitate the concept Our high quality Our design Our entertaining position Our social awareness 200 ml= 11,00 TL 500 ml= 16,00 TL MARKETING STRATEGY 3 in one formula which is shampoo, shower gel and bubble bath. Total care with the organic ingredients Daisy smell Supportive vitamins Unique design of bottle BUBBLY Strength: Made by advanced technology and skilled professionals Network of distribution is wide Innovative Lower price according to 3 functions Several formula SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITIES Weakness: One size Competitors strong resale activities Lack of brand awareness and trust NİVEA BABY SHAMPOO Our Mission: Serving to our customers Cheap Organic Natural Entertaining Alternative product Competitor's Description Market Summary Competitor's Description Product Situation Mission & Vision Statements Marketing Goals Financial Goals Target Markets Positioning Swot Analysis Marketing Mix Social Responsabilities MARKETING GOALS We’ll be differentiated with the other brands with Packaging Target Population Financial Goals Shampoo bottles made from PP and it’s available to recycle it We make a collaboration whit Tema and Ministry of Nature Easily to recycle and reusable Instruction about how consumers can recycle or reuse Protect our nature from the extinction. SWOT ANALYSIS Product Place Price Promotion İlayda Kayserilioğlu İdil Bilgen Olkan Çetinkaya 200 ml = 5,00 TL 300ml= 6,00 TL Consumption per person for year is 790 ml in Turkey Our Vision: Nature-lover brand Helps family with our health policies Give a chance to children Unforgettable with our quality and our design • Created by Kozmetik & Pazarlama A.Ş in 1983 • Dalin is not only in Turkey, over 40 countries • %52 of the market, leader • 2002-2007 %65-endorsement growth • No more tears formula • Pure, soft and skin-friendly formula • It is soap-free • Hypoallergenic Opportunity: Consumers can memorize the packing Consumer pursuit of quality Market Summary ADV 209/03 FINAL PROJECT • Johnson's Baby is an American brand of baby cosmetics • 1893 when Johnson's Baby Powder was introduced • Gentle and mild to the eyes • No more tears formula • Smelling baby-fresh JOHNSON’S BABY SHAMPOO POSITIONING 125 ml= 5,50 TL 200 ml= 7,30 TL 500 ml= 11.95 TL


Transcript: Pass the Bubbly, Please! Tactics: Evaluation Tactics: Evaluation: Strategy #2: SWOTS SWOTS Trade Shows (Food and Drink Show, Wine and Cheese Show) Niche Media (Food Network, Food and Drink Magazine) Strategy #1: Create and publish a cookbook, LCBO placement Pitch a cooking segment for the Marilyn Denis Show Cheers! Objectives Survey results from the show Tone of comments Feedback; positive or negative Partnership with a restaurant chain; create featured drinks Hold a champagne and dessert event and invite distributors Cookbook sales Media coverage Tone of media coverage Evaluation: Outcome of study ‘Champagne campaign’ (positive or negative) Consumer satisfaction reports Presentation by: Kristen Coppolino Danielle Cooper Whitney Davies Nicole Martins Ferreira Jessica Glegg Emily Lauzon Kevyn Murray Sharon Patrong Melanie Wong To position French champagne in the target market’s mind as an any day beverage to increase consumer sales in Canada. To increase French champagne’s market share of the alcoholic beverage industry and have consumers choose it over other traditional alcoholic beverages. Secondary Audiences Opportunities To place the product in a different market Entering the market of food ingredients and diet foods Loyal carry over audience that will remain with product through re-branding Threats Sparkling wines Limited room for content re-branding; growing region stays the same The nostalgia involved in French Champagne What we'll cover: Build relationships with distributors A marketing communications plan for the French Champagne industry to increase product sales in Canada. In co-operation with Health Canada, have the French Champagne Industry fund a research initiative/study Canadian ‘champagne campaign’ Primary Audiences Strengths Stereotypes of French Champagne as a cultural drink Champagne does not exude the detrimental health cautions Region of Champagne France has monopolized the Champagne market Weaknesses Societal reputation of being relevant for special events Higher cost Imported product, does not appeal to supporting "local" Wine and Spirit Connoisseurs, age 25 and up, middle to upper class Wine and Spirit Distributors Foodies Restaurants and bars Use different forms of media to demonstrate different uses of champagne Show and demonstrate heath benefits Strategy #3: The end, Tactics:

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