Transcript: Gluten Free Honey Cup...2.99 Gluten Free Honey Chicken..8.99 Gluten Free Honey Bees....13.00 Gluten Free Chicken Bites....9.00 Gluten Free Honey Smoked Chicken...9.00 HONEY.....1.99 Pepsi.........1.29 Beer...must be 21.....2.99 Mountain dew....1.99 Sweet Tea...1.00 Water.....FREE GLUTEN FREE FOOD The busy bee house was founded in 1962 by an English man named Johnny Henderson. This restaurant is like no other restaurant you've ever been to. We are located on 109 busy bee strip NC 28372. BUSY BEE HOUSE KIDS MEALS APPETIZERS Honey covered bacon....12.99 bacon served w/homemade honey. Honey Bread.................12.99 bread served w/hot glazed honey Fried Bees....................15.99 fresh killed bees fried in are famous batter. MANAGERS SPECIAL ENTREES Honey Chicken Bites.....12.00 chicken served with honey and salad Honey Roast Beef........17.50 roast beef in honey sauce served with salad Honey Salad..................6.00 honey served on a fresh salad with fresh baked bread sticks. Honey Chicken Wings........5.50 chicken wings in honey sauce and a salad Honey Bee soup............7.00 honey soup served with a salad and bread sticks Honey Bees.........55.00 25 bees soaked in honey served with a soup/salad Honey Smoked Burger......13.00 served with potatoes and vegetables BEVERAGES Mighty Bee Sand which.....5.00 small burger served side of fruit/vegetables Might Bee Chicken Nuggets....8.00 chicken served with side of fruit/vegetables Honey Ice Cream Sand which....5.00 honey and ice cream blended together. BRIEF HISTORY
Transcript: b HISTORY! BUSY BEE HOBBIT Stinger Bites.......50000000.99 served w/be stingers and a salad Honey Smoked chicken bites......150.99 served in are BBQ honey sauce Busy Bee signature series fries..150.99 served in are sweet honey sauce. APPETIZER Menu Busy Bee Signature Series Burger..500.99 served w/homemade fries and a salad Busy Bee Steak..........1000000.99 served w/honey gravy and a salad The busy bee hobbit was founded in 1760 by a fellow white man who had been told all his life that he was to small to do anything. So he built the busy be hobbit. This restaurant is located on 109 busy Bee Drive NC 28327 Sweet Potato Fries.....................150.99 served in are honey bee sauce
Transcript: Reframe mindset on stress Increase energy level and reduce stress Meditation & Exercise Work Emails, Faxes and Phone calls Action Plan 2. FitBit to encourage walking & socializing Continue Practicing Delegation, & Organization, Gratitude Blowing Bubbles & Petting Animals 3. Daily Reflection & Survey Continue FitBit Use to Take walking breaks Reflect before agreeing to new responsibilities Strengthen Social Support - Improved delegation and mindfulness of work load - Practiced recognizing positive moments & gratitude in daily-check in - FitBit motivated her to take more breaks than computer program She's Tried: Happiness and steps Trends Progress Summary Financial Problems - Does not enjoy tracking or journaling - Lacking strong support network - Still believes anxiety will be with her whole life Computer Breaks Busy Bee Increase time & communication with husband BeWell Program Asking for Charity Donations Goals and Prototypes 1. Email triggers to delegate and remember breaks Challenges Share concerns with co-workers Her Parents' Health Improve awareness of body, work load and time management d.health Final Presentation Results She Stresses About: Who is Busy Bee? Goals Self-Reflection Question Framework Big Picture
Transcript: Exampels of Writing Prompts When I realized I needed to make the interactive bulletin board into a lesson, I thought about how the writing prompts could still be used for students to practice their writing. There are 51 writing prompts that I created for this specific bulletin board and there are many more that I could create. Some writing prompts are opinion related, some are letters to certain people or characters, and some prompts ask the students to create a story. With the diversity of writing prompts, I was thinking of doing a lesson between the differences of narrative, argumentative, and informative writing. The Lesson cont. Bee Busy Writing Prompts Bee Busy Orignially, I created this bulletin board for my fourth grade students to interact with in the classroom as a side activity for when they had completed their other classwork. My students don't often write for enjoyment and I wanted to offer them a bulletin board of writing prompts for them to choose from. With this bulletin board, my students can choose a prompt that they find interesting, practice constructing a piece of writing that they would be proud of to turn back in, and then have the opportunity for their work to hang on the bulletin board for other students to read. Write a story about a family trip. Convince your teacher why you shouldn't have homework. Best food ever? Write a letter to the president. Write a scary story. Write about your own secret tree house hideaway. Rewrite a fairy tale. Give it a new ending. Write a funny story. The Lesson The good thing about the board is that the prompts are held on with velcro. If the teacher wanted there to only be one type of writing prompt, narrative for example, then she could leave the narrative prompts on the board and take off any argumentative and informative ones. After my students have learned the differences between narrative, argumentative, and informative writing, I will explain the bulletin board. The bulletin board has a variety of writing prompts. There are multiple narrative, argumentative, and informative writing prompts. Students will know how to determine which is which and can use the prompts to practice writing the different types of writing. The Lesson cont. I would teach the differences between narrative, argumentative, and informative writing. Narrative writing tells a story. It tells about an event, adventure, or experience. Narrative writing answers the questions: who, what, where, when, and why. Argumentative/Opinion writing takes a position on a topic and then defends the position using evidence. I would introduce the OREO method to my students which stands for O-Opinion, R-Reason, E-Examples, and O-Opinion. Informative/Explanatory writing gives information about a topic by using facts to back the information up.
Transcript: Organizational Structure Revenue Significance of Event Financial Name and Logo Company Vision To generate a community who love to gain knowledge by fostering a culture of reading in the community. For the organizer 1. Presents the excitement of reading through exciting activities. 2. Provides an environment that can encourage people to read. 3. Encourage people to share the knowledge by donating used books. 4. Donate some books to those in need as a way of dissemination of scientific material. 5. Collect used books to be donated to organizations that require such as the schools in suburban area, so the school can create a mini library for the school. 6. Constructing, improving and maintaining practice habits in a creative and innovative society. 7. Instill a culture of reading to build a knowledge society and a creative thinker Event Particulars 1. The audience shall consist of : • 30% teenagers and students of other universities • 25% of parents • 20% of UiTM students • 20% of educators • 5% of tourists 2. The sales shall be contribute to : • 60% to the local school • 40% to Evention Apprenti 3. To gain at least 1, 500 signage in the Big Book 4. To achieve the 100, 000 books for donation and create a new record of Malaysia’s largest book donation Busy Buzzing Bee List of Potential Sponsors Tentative EVENTION APPRENTI For the UiTM For the Faculty Objective For Participants Mission Expenses
Transcript: This has shaped me into a hard working person. I always work hard to achieve knowing it will pay off. From this: It has made me determined Always strive to succeed Always putting my best foot forward My active life has taught be how to properly balance my time. I have learned to balance my time with everything I'm involved in, including school and sports. I still make sure I am able to spend time with my family and friends. How's it made me Unique? Busy Bee How has this shaped me? Working hard will help me through college and my future job, along with being a team player. Balancing my time will also be very important so I can balance time with Family, work, and some volunteering. A Team-Player I have learned how to never give up no matter how busy I am or how hard it may be. I am also a very organized person which makes it easier to keep track of what is going on. From being so involved, The reason I chose this phrase is because I have always been very involved in life and this has made me the person I have become today. From this, I have become a very hard working, active person. How has this shaped me? Balancing my Time Hard Working Being a "Busy Bee" has taught me to be: Hard-Working Helping Volunteer A Team-Player Helping & Caring How's it made me unique? How will this continue to shape me in the future? How has this shaped me? Hard Working, Helping & Caring, Team Player, Balancing Time How has this shaped me? Busy Bee Being involved in many different clubs, charities, and sports I have learned how to be a team player. I work and get along with people very well. I am always working to improve and supporting or helping others. How has this shaped me? I am very involved with volunteering. This has made me a more helping and caring person, always wanting to help people in need. No matter how busy you may be, you still always have opportunities to help some one out.
Transcript: About The Busy Bee Meet the Team Elijah Ray, Makayla Reneer The Masterminds Project Intro Present all the details BUSY BEE HAS WHAT YOU NEED! Pricing Plan Coffies and baked goods $3.55 - $3.45 $4.10-$4.05 $2.70-$2.85 Small Medium Large Use the elements and build your own layout Customize the Template: Use the elements and build your own layout Customize the Template: Use the elements and build your own layout Customize the Template: Use the elements and build your own layout Customize the Template: News About Info Market Contact System Price Team
Transcript: Employers & Clients Users Social Media Travel Agencies Tourist Destination Local Activity Centers Hotels & Restaurants Different types of users Outline What's next? Abhijit Jain, Alexis Gajadhar, David Garcia, Diana Hejjaoui, Jenna Ouzillou 10 interviews Chemical engineers Flight attendants Consultants Managers Business Analyst Primary needs Personae How might we enable business travelers to make better use of their free time during business travels? Target users Gear 1 Project idea: primary user needs Target users Stakeholders Voice Of the Customer Different types of users Personas SPICE What’s next? Travels for business Frequency Duration Alone or with team Places Age range: 25 - 55 Gender Activities Stakeholders Gear 2: Ideation Gear 3: Business Model SPICE Project idea Voice Of the Customer
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