Transcript: Reptiles 1.They do not have fur. 2.Reptiles have scales instead of fur. 3.They are cold blooded. 4.There blood changes to the air tempeture. 5.reptiles lay eggs. By Marisa Del Bri Birds 1.Most birds fly with with wings. 2.They have feathers on their body. 3.Feathered wings help bird soar with ease. 4.Birds also lay eggs in the spring. 5.Baby birds can not see when their born. 1.They make milk for their young. 2.They breathe air with there lungs. 3.They are warm blooded. 4.Most mammals have fur. 5.Their young look like their parents. Amphibians 1.Fish have gills. 2.They live in water. 3.They do not have eye lids. 4.Some live in salt water. 5.They are slimy. 1.They absorb water and oxygen. 2.They have moist and soft skin. 3.Thet hatch eggs called tadpools. 4.Their parents don't need to take care of them when their a little older. 5.They swim in water. Mammals Fish
Transcript: Lucy poem. Why do you think this cartoon was aired on television for as long as it has? Why does Charlie Brown pick the tree he chooses? The main message The music makes me feel calm because of the tone of the music. A Charlie Brown Christmas By Miguel Uliasz, 1-16-15, 3rd Block Yes because they started helping Charlie brown decorate his tree. Would you recomend this cartoon to others? The theater, a pond, Charlie Brown's house, an outside fence, and a christmas tree shop. Do the kids seem to understand the true meaning for christmas? No because they all want money and cool presents at the begining of the movie. Because it was a very popular classic. L: loud U: upgoing C: childish Y: young Yes because it is a very entertaining classic. main characters Snoopy, Charlie Brown, Lucy, Sally, Pig pen, Linus, and Shroeder. Do the other kids treat Charlie Brown fairly? Words that describe Charlie Brown I think the true meaning of christmas is that a person was born to bring peace to the world. The main problem is that Charlie Brown is depressed. The main problem I think Charlie Brown is lonely and depressed because a lot of people are mean to him and don't give him any support. No because they are always saying mean things to him. What do you think is the true meaning of christmas? Sequence of events 1.Charlie Brown feels depressed and lonely. 2.The peanut gang went skating at the pond to play crack-the-whip. 3.Lucy tried to fix Charle Brown's problem by asking him to be the director of the christmas play. 4.Sally asks Charlie Brown to write a letter to santa asking for tens and twenties. 5.Lucy tells Charlie Brown to buy a pink tree. 6.Charlie and Linus go to a christmas tree lot to buy a christmas tree. 7.Charlie Brown find a small,scrawny christmas tree. 8.Linus tells the true meaning of christmas. 9.Charlie Brown learns the true meaning of christmas. 10.Snoopy wins the christmas decorating contest. I think he chooses the tree he picks because it is the only wooden one. Do you think the kids learned a lesson by the end of the movie? The music Setting The main message is that christmas isn't about getting what you want.
Transcript: It first premiered December 9, 1965 Its always on american TV every year around Christmas.The scenes are pretty short. All together its 60 minutes long. There is a special showcase just for Charlie (the main character). And its 25 minutes long. Done by: Katrina Gentner Charlie Brown Christmas Created: Charles Schulz Sponsored by: Character Lucy Snoopy Charlie Brown Schroeder are the main characters Behind the scenes When it first started The coca-cola business jazz background music they get surrounded by bright lights and stark reminders if needed in practices (when preforming) The children provide the voices not the parents he is the producers of the Charlie Brown Christmas after high school he liked to do others jobs to help his family with money Charles was very good at drawing he wanted to start a Catholic comic magazine called timeless topic people liked his idea about the magazine He went to the services because his mom died of cancer he had the idea to put kids in the comic strip that he knew Merry Christmas!!!!!!!!! "Peanuts Characters in Hong Kong." Flickr. Yahoo!, n.d. Web. 19 Dec. 2013. "Charlie Brown Christmas Tree Shopping." Flickr. Yahoo!, 30 Dec. 2007. Web. 19 Dec. 2013. "Charlie Brown Christmas Tree." Flickr. Yahoo!, 24 Dec. 2010. Web. 19 Dec. 2013. Unknow. "Charles M. Schulz at Camp Snoopy's 10th Anniversary, 1993.jpg." Http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Charles_M._Schulz_at_Camp_Snoopy's_10th_anniversary,_1993.jpg. N.p., 26 Nov. 1993. Web. 19 Dec. 2013. "File:Coca-Cola Logo.svg." - Wikimedia Commons. N.p., n.d. Web. 19 Dec. 2013. About Charles Schulz Bibliography
Transcript: Ethan A Charlie Brown Christmas Your Peanut Character in the Winter Backgrounds you made for the movie Your Peanut Character in Summer Katie Your Peanut Character in Summer Your Peanut Character in the Winter Backgrounds you made for the movie Brie Your Peanut Character in Summer By Owen, Brie, Ethan and Katie Owen Your Peanut Character in the Winter Your Peanut Character in the Winter Backgrounds you made for the movie Your Peanut Character in Summer
Transcript: questions? Project Goals: Charlie Brown Christmas Trees... Learning Targets: CO: I will create a "Charlie Brown Christmas Tree". LO: I will listen to directions. I will look at examples of different types of "Charlie Brown Christmas Trees". Gesture Drawing 12/2/2013 Thumbnail Sketches Project Must-Haves: Daily Doodle: Draw this in your journal Link for instructions: http://www.usefuldiy.com/diy-fabulous-newspaper-tree/ Create your own Charlie Brown Christmas Tree Essential Question: What characteristics make the Charlie Brown Christmas Tree visually interesting? Classic Charlie Brown Christmas Tree Movie Reference Personal Goal #1: My project will concentrate on…(emphasis, color or form) Personal Goal #2: My tree will look different from my neighbor’s because… Charlie Brown Christmas Tree Turn to a fresh new page in your Art Journal. Divide it in half using vertical lines. Then, using your pencil, draw 2 horizontal lines- creating 6 boxes on your page. Repeat steps on the back. Get ready to do some thumbnail sketches!!! Image by goodtextures: http://fav.me/d2he3r8 1. Charlie Brown Christmas Trees will be created using newspaper. 2. CBCT must be at least one foot tall and painted. 3. CBCT due December 13, 2013. 4. You must use the entire period every day to work on the assignment. Do not waste my time or yours. 5. Be Creative!
Transcript: Courageous Proactive Organized Persuasive Ambitious Enthusiastic Charlie Brown nervous timid socially awkward Gullible lovable loser Leadership? 110% worries of others "That's the secret to life...replace one worry with another." sees hope in a lost cause uses others good charateristics
Transcript: Rhythm check and core temperature check! Yes, Charlie is still in V-fibb and his core temp is 31 C. Shock again! Epinephrine was given and an endotracheal tube was placed. The rhythm was checked again and Charlie was in Normal Sinus Rhythm. He showed signs of spontaneous circulation and was sent to the Post-Cardiac Arrest Care for further monitoring. All of a sudden Charlie fell through the ice! Lucy immediately called 911 as everyone else got off the pond. The fireman arrived shortly and retrieved Charlie from the pond. They removed his wet clothes and measured his core temperature. EMS then arrived, put Charlie on oxygen and hooked him up to the monitors/defibrillator. This is the rhythm he was in. Charlie Brown began to worry as the weeks went on that he wouldn't be home for Christmas. CPR was performed for another 2 minutes. What drug should be administered at this time? A shock was delivered and the CPR was performed for 2 minutes. An IV was also placed. After the 2 minutes of CPR what should you do next? Is this a shockable rhythm? Charlie Brown and his friends decided to go ice skating on a nearby pond. This usually boosted Charlie Brown's spirits this time of year. After several weeks Charlie Brown made a full recovery and was home just in time for the festivities. What rhythm is Charlie in? A Charlie Brown Critical Christmas
Transcript: http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/000940.htm http://cdn.hitfix.com/photos/5861533/640a_charlie_brown_130123_unitedfeaturesyndicate.jpg http://activehappiness.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/charlie-brown-and-snoopy.jpeg http://vignette4.wikia.nocookie.net/peanuts/images/a/a0/1107charlie_brown_lucy_football.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20100523172400 https://msu.edu/course/sw/840/stocks/pack/axisv.pdf http://31.media.tumblr.com/5d3b622fe60b2e5b0dd6f9e887128045/tumblr_mrk0to7pos1seji43o1_r2_1280.jpg http://usvsth3m.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/tumblr_inline_mrkfohVzsA1qz4rgp.png http://www.treasurenet.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=235812&stc=1&d=1332398612 Axis I Who is Charlie Brown? Oftentimes bullied by his "friends," especially Lucy even the adults do not treat Charlie brown very well He worries no one likes him Global Assessment of Functioning Scale: 68 Charlie Brown is very independent for a young child shows symptoms of depression struggles with social situations (friends) Axis II Axis V Depression often gloomy has negative self image does not feel happy when doing things he should enjoy From Peanuts Created by Charles M. Shultz in 1947 Best friends with Snoopy the Dog Bad things happen to him a lot "Good grief" Sometimes called "Chuck," "Charles," or "Blockhead" Charlie Brown There is nothing physically wrong with Charlie brown occasionally embarrasses himself by falling/injury Avoidant Personality Disorder feels bad about himself when people disapprove of him afraid of getting something wrong has low self esteem Axis IV Axis III Sources/Images
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