Transcript: 8. He backs off of you, seemed offended and moves on without you. It was getting late and you want to go home, but no one else seems to want to. You A. Go home by yourself B. Wait for all your friends 7. If you chose "B" for question 1 Conclusion If you chose "B" for question 2 11. The man asks you two if it was possible for him to drive to a friend’s place to pick up some business notes, you two agree. You guys arrive at the place and then his friend comes out the car with him. You two didn’t see the crowbar behind their backs. Your family friends never hear from you again. THE END If you chose b. for question 7 9. It’s dark outside and you are the only one on the street. You decide to use a shortcut by going through a dark alleyway to get to the bus stop. You make it past a coffee shop, before you hear some rustling and that is the last thing you remember. No one ever saw you again. THE END If you chose "A" for question 4 10. A friend of yours decide that it’s been too long and would like to go home with you. Both of you walk to the parking lot, only to find that your car has run out of gas. As you guys stand out in freezing night, a car pulls up to you, a man sticks his head out the car, “want a ride, ladies?”. You A. Get in B. Decide to take the bus 5. The police come and ask you about how you feel and later did some examination and pronounced that you may have been raped; they proceed take some sperm sample. They are now in pursuit of the rapist.You are guided home where you are greeted by your parents and they both embrace you. Even though such a tragic thing happened to you. At least you are safe now. THE END 12. You two arrive home. You didn’t genuinely like the night and go to sleep. THE END If you chose "A" for question 10 If you chose "A" for question 7 If you chose "B" for question 10 If you chose "A" for question 2 3. A man comes in after 15 minutes, he puts a gag in your mouth and stuffs you into a trunk. THE END 4. A client at the hotel hears you screaming and calls 9/11 and breaks down the door to get to you. He allows you to come into his room while you both await inside. You A. Thank the man who rescued you B. Make yourself presentable by brushing your hair, changing into some fresh hotel clothing and taking a bath If you chose "B" for question 4 CHOOSE YOUR OWN ADVENTURE 1. Your name is Alice and today you go out with your friends to a bar. You come into the bar early and wait for your friends. You order some drinks while you wait for them. Before the drinks are made, you feel the urge to go to the washroom. You... A. Tell the bartender that you will be going to the washroom and will be back in awhile to pick up the drinks B. Hold your pee and wait to see if your friends will arrive in the next few minutes Here your Adventure Begins 2. You leave to go to the washroom. When you arrive back, the drinks are placed on the counter. Your friends arrive and all of you chatter while taking sips of the drink. Jeannine is getting a new car is the last thing you remember. You wake up and find yourself tied to a bed. You don’t know what to do. You A. try to free yourself B. start screaming If you chose "A" for question 8 13. He continues to put his hands on you and decides to buy you a drink which you accept. The next thing you know you are lying on the ground in a dark alleyway. You get up and feel pain. THE END. If you chose "B" for question 8 Your friends arrive within the next five minutes. While you are talking, a man comes up to you and says that he finds you very pretty. You are flattered. Then he starts getting handsy, but putting his arms around you, constantly touching your arm. You do not like this, you say A. “Stop, I don’t feel comfortable when you touch me like that” and then gently push him away from you. B. “Stop, I don’t feel comfortable when you touch me like that” and place your hand on his hand. If you chose "A" for question 1 6. You clean up and get dressed. You feel as if you cannot get clean enough. The police come and ask you about how you feel and later did some examination. Unfortunately, because you took a shower, they were unable to obtain sperm samples and it is now hard to find the identity of your rapists. You are guided home where you are greeted by your parents and they both embrace you. Even though such a tragic thing happened to you. At least you are safe now. THE END
Transcript: Wellness is conscious, self-directed and evolving 4+ Years 120+ credit hours Artistic & intellectual commitment to your talent and your university "You may delay, but time will not." Benjamin Franklin Laziness is a MINDSET Laziness is NOT a personality trait Laziness is a disinclination to activity or exertion, despite having the ability to do so Lazy people claim "I'll get around to it" Lazy people are often oppressed by long-term goals that override daily enjoyment Perfection is a subjective limitation, but realizing your potential is limitless. Students and Depression U.S. Department of Education Several factors can attribute to depression, and vary from person to person. Some can include: Living away from family for the first time. Missing family or friends. Feeling alone or isolated. Experiencing conflict in relationships. Facing new and sometimes difficult school work. Worrying about finances. Emotional wellness includes the degree to which one feels positive and enthusiastic about one’s self and life. It includes the capacity to manage one’s feelings and related behaviors including the realistic assessment of one’s limitations, development of autonomy, and ability to cope effectively with stress. "It is better be aware of and accept our feelings than to deny them" "It is better to be optimistic in our approach to life than pessimistic" Stay Organized Recognize Value You Social wellness encourages contributing to one’s environment and community. It emphasizes the interdependence between others and the world around them. "It is better to contribute to the common welfare of community than to think only of ourselves." "It is better to live in harmony with others and our environment than to live in conflict with them." Students and Tobacco Use In 2009, the American College Health Association-National College Health Assessment (ACHA-NCHA)—a nationwide survey of college students at 2- and 4-year institutions— found that nearly 30% of college students reported feeling “so depressed that it was difficult to function” at some time in the past year. Depression is an ILLNESS. It is not a personality trait. Students with depression, especially women, are more likely to drink to get drunk and experience high risk behaviors related to alcohol abuse, such as engaging in unsafe sex. It is not uncommon for students who have depression to self-medicate. Motivation Spiritual wellness recognizes our search for meaning and purpose in human existence. "It is better to ponder the meaning of life for ourselves and to be tolerant of the beliefs of others than to close our minds and become intolerant." "It is better to live each day in a way that is consistent with our values and beliefs than to do otherwise and feel untrue to ourselves." Mindset Americans for Non-Smokers' Rights National Institute of Alcohol Abuse & Alcoholism WELLNESS Claim "I just don't have time" Have ability, but poor performance Are intellect, but receive poor grades "NO" Procrastination vs. Disorganization Sleep PASSIVE from the National Institute of Mental Health College Parents of America Claim to "thrive under pressure" Get by, but do not completely realize their potential Can kick into high gear, but only for short spurts Let's start with... American Psychological Association Value You Intellectual wellness recognizes one’s creative, stimulating mental activities, expanding his or her knowledge and skills while discovering the potential for sharing those gifts with others. "It is better to stretch and challenge our minds with intellectual and creative pursuits than to become self-satisfied and unproductive." "It is better to identify potential problems and choose appropriate and informed courses of action rather than wait, worry, and contend with major concerns later." Keep Your Eye On The Ball Laziness Take Ownership Choose your own adventure! Seek Help The Harvard School of Public Health conducted three surveys between 1993 and 1999, examining the drug and alcohol use of 44,265 college students nationwide. 9 out of 10 students (91%) who used marijuana participated in other high-risk activities such as heavy drinking or cigarette smoking. Students who used marijuana were less likely to study for two or more hours a day and were more likely to have a grade point average of B or less. Factors that can lead to Depression Parties, parties, parties!! Diversify Sad, anxious, empty, hopeless, guilty, worthless, helpless, irritable, restless. Loss of interest in activities you used to enjoy. Lack of energy. Problems concentrating, remembering information, or making decisions. Problems falling sleep, staying asleep, or sleeping too much. Loss of appetite or eating too much. Thoughts of suicide or suicide attempts. Aches, pains, headaches, cramps, or digestive problems that do not go away. In 2010 there were 20 million students enrolled in degree-granting institutions. 24.8% of enrolled college students across the country between the ages of 18-22 were
Transcript: The Murderer She looked at the time and saw that she only had 5 minutes to get to work. Lisa wanted to help the man because she saw that he had a broken arm and a leg but at the same time, she want to get to work on time. He looked really familiar but she did not recognize who he was. "That was nice of you to help him. I wont fire you but if you're late again, then i will," said Mr.Pen. "I can't be late to work again," said Lisa. Lisa had already been late to work two times. Her boss, Mr. Pen was very strict with being on time for work. Lisa finally wen to the police and turned him in. He was put in jail again. The old man knew he had to do something. He couldn't trust her. The old man decided to kill her. She knew who he was and he didn't want to go to jail. He needed to get rid of her and he did. He had told her that if she was late one more time, he would have to fire her. She didn't want to be fired since they paid her a lot in that job. She looked at him and said, “Sorry I’m in a rush.” She walked away. “My job is more important than that old man. I can’t lose my job because of him,” she thought. Lisa decided to kill herself before he killed her. Lisa knew that if she was late for work, Mr. Pen would fire her. She stood there with the man not knowing what to do. Image by Tom Mooring She lived alone and had enough money. Lisa was walking fast to try to get to work on time. "I have 10 more minutes," she said. "I think I'll be there on time." She went to work and while she was online, she saw a picture of the man she had helped cross the street. She saw the man when she was walking home. "You better not tell anyone you saw me," said the old man. She arrived to work on time. She was glad she didn't help the man. She went to work and while she was online, she saw a picture of the old man. "I should go tell the police! He won't find out that I told them." She was done with her work and left. The old man killed himself because he didn't want to go to jail. As she got to Oreo st., she saw an old man trying to cross the street. He said, "Excuse me, can you please help me cross the street?" Lisa decided to run away from the country and hide from him. She would never see him again. She decided to help the man; she was going to tell her boss why she was late. “Mr. Pen will understand. It wont take long to cross the street, Ill make it to work on time,” she thought. Lisa arrived at work late and Mr. Pen was waiting for her. When she got to work, Mr. Pen asked her to go to his office. "Why are you late again? I told you that if you were late one more time, I would fire you!" he said. She was surprised. "An old man wouldn't do that. No one needs to know that I saw him." she thought. She was still shocked. When she got to her work, Mr. Pen asked her to go to his office. Lisa said, "I'm sorry I'm late. There was a man that needed help crossing the street so I helped him." The article she read said that he had escaped from prison and the police was looking for him. He had killed 5 people and they think that he is planning to kill other people. She was walking to the police station when she saw the old man.
Transcript: Mary Shelley You think to yourself “What would Holden do? You hold up a copy of his book to shield yourself Forgive him. The poor man has been kept in isolation for years! This man is insane, he just had a knife out! You chuck the book at him and attempt to run away You walk up to J.D. and begin a conversation. After too much questioning about his hidden novels, Mr. Salinger pulls out a knife. You know too much. What do you do? Conclusion WRONG CHOICE by the time it takes you to analyze the situation and realize this never occurred any at any time in his novel, he is a foot away. You quickly resort to choice A. J.D. Salinger Choose Your Own Adventure On a dark and stormy night, you meet Mary Shelley (author of Frankenstein) and J.D Salinger (author of Catcher in the Rye). You may choose to speak to one. Who do you pick? WRONG CHOICE. Your sudden agreement strikes J.D. as strange, and he begins to get mad again. You resort to throwing the book and fleeing. J.D. stops short, looking at the carousel on the cover and the scene involving Phoebe. Your curiosity reminds him of her. J.D. puts down the knife and apologizes. You….
Transcript: Suddenly, the world shifts... Introduction You Chose Rope You Chose Ladder You Chose Right After walking for a while, you spot a bush. Your stomach growls, but you're suspicious of the glowing purple berries. So, here's the deal. You've just woken up in a strange forest. Find your way out, and don't get killed. Okay, so you want to play it safe. Fine, you make it out. Keep Walking BOTH Right or Left? Ladder or rope? You Didn't Die!!! Whichever way you choose, you'll see both. You walk on the left side of a row of trees for a while. Suddenly, you fall into a pit of death. Luckily, you don't die, and there's actually a ladder and a rope. You've made it through the strange forest and discover you were actually just lost in the backyard. Why do you have a strange forest in your backyard? I don't know; it's your yard! Eat the Berries or Keep Walking You're hungry, so you grab a handful of the colorful fruit. You eat it, and then you're able to see fairies! Also, you can fly. Cool, huh? You decide to use the ladder for your feet and the rope for your hands. Somehow, you hang yourself. DEATH. Eat Them! Choose Your Own Adventure You Chose Left Probably smart of you; those berries could be poisoned! Even though the berries didn't kill you, something else did. A bear randomly attacks you... DEATH So, you're adventurous. Unfortunately, you can't hold on to the rope well enough to get all the way out. You die.
Transcript: NO when you leave, your parents find out and get even more worried. they decide to bring you to a treatment center that you can't leave. they trick you and say that you need to tell their doctor that your dads medicine isn't working. when you go into the doctors room, you see a room with a bed and realize that you've just been tricked, but now that you're here you can't leave. you then get a job, get promoted and make a billion dollars YES You are at a party and you are offered some marijuana do you accept or say no? You go home safely because you aren't under the influence of marijuana. You then get married and start a family, and live a long fulfilling life. When you decided to quit smoking you didn't realize that it would be so hard. by the fifth day you feel dizzy , and have a terrible headache. you are tired, and feel depressed. at night you can't sleep and when you do you have nightmares. the doctors say you have to go through this before you can be clean, but you decide that it isn't worth it, and a week after, you start again. One day after smoking weed you drive around aimlessly around town, then you hear a crash and something goes onto your hood. you get out to see what you hit, you hit a person and they aren't showing any signs of life. just then a police car shows up, he checks for signs of life, he doesn't find any, then he searches for marijuana in your car because you are clearly high. he finds it then arrests you, you go to prison for murder. You then go to college, and get a degree klj After you graduate you are at a friends birthday party, you are offered marijuana again, since you know the dangers and you already declined, you decline again You try to get one of your old friens to smoke with you, he is one of those really good kids that never smoked before. he keeps on saying no every time you offer marijuana, and he ignores you when you threaten him, you get tired of trying to get him to smoke and eventually forget about him. After smoking marijuana once, you become addicted, after 5 years of continuosly smoking it, you develop cancer. you are constantly sick because your immune system is extremely weak. your T-Cells can't fight off infections, your lungs and airways have the same damage that a smokers would have. you are addicted but you won't admit it because you are ashamed. Your parents are worried about you because you pretty much ruined your own life. when you get out they have an intervention with anybody you were ever close to, seeing how marijuana ruined all of these relationships, how it put you in that mess, you promise to quit. your parents don't stop there and make you go to a drug treatment center. When you first used marijuana you didn't realize that you were just in the first stage of addiction. one day, after smoking in the forest by your friends house, you try to drive home but you are swerving everywhere and get arrested for driving while high. as the weeks passed you progressively start using marijuana more and more, you know that youre addicted, and you know that it would be better for everybody if you quit, but you just can't give it up. After smoking marijuana with all of your friends, your sight, hearing, sense of time, and sense of feel start becoming distorted. you lose your coordination, and have problems thinking, your heart rate increases, and your blood pressure is reduced. you are disoriented, delusional, and having hallucinations. you realize that this is what being high feels like, but you don't care that its illegal because you like the feeling.
Transcript: The prospect of having Rachel as a girlfriend is fleeting. You are trying to figure out how to keep the girl of your dreams. B. Let Marcus into your home Leave the kid alone Marcus forms a forced attachment where he visits you everyday, creating a special bond. You and Marcus begin to form a sort of father son relationship. Let him in A. Experience a theft B. Let Marcus into your home C. Meet the girl of your dreams Your subconcious seems to become more attached to Marcus at this point, and is more caring about Marcus than before. Buy him new shoes Use Marcus and pretend to be the fatherly figure in order to attract Rachel Stalk and pester her until she gives in A. Let him in B. Tell him to get lost The kid has no guidance and gets depression. On top of that his mother manages to overdose orphaning Marcus You don't like children. Everything about kids you hate, the commitment, the responsibility and the annoyance. However the child Marcus, unlike any other child, has grabbed your attention. You will now experience things that will change you for the better. You are Will Freeman Choose Your Own Adventure! About a Boy Tell him to get lost A. Experience a theft A. Use Marcus and pretend to be the fatherly figure in order to attract Rachel B. Stalk and pester her until she gives in Rachel calls the police and you are charged with stalking and harassing. A restraining order is established and you live out your life without the girl of your dreams "For a moment Will loved him, really loved him" With Marcus as your son you build a trust between the two of you. Your relationship with Ali forces him to adapt in order to continue being Rachel's girlfriend. Marcus' shoes are stolen and he is being bullied at school. On top of that his mum had tried to kill herself in a drug overdose. You are in the comfort of your own home when you hear a knock on the door. It's Marcus, the kid. A. Leave the kid alone B. Buy him new shoes Marcus continues to get bullied , causing him to constantly miss school and eventually dropping out. A. Meet the girl of your dreams
Transcript: You follow Greer and he asks you what a visual pattern is. Before you can answer, he asks you what average speed is. Anyway, if have already met Greer, go to finish 1, if not go to the circle to the right. (Just in case you forgot how to put an Input/Output Machine into a table, you have to make a T-Table with the first column as "Input" and the second as "Output. Then write 1, 2, 3, and so on in the "Input" column. Then do whatever's inside the machine to the "Input" column and that should be the number for the "Output" column beside it.) You wake up in your own world with a note taped to your head. Its from Greer to tell you "Thank You". Now you know everything about Patterns in Numbers/ Geometry! You take the left fork and spot Greer.He tells you that to restore the city's power, they have to count the number of vertices, edges, and faces in a giant soccer-ball-like thing. The problem is, due to the toxic fumes, everyone can only count the number of faces and verticies before they die. The nuber of faces is 23 and the # of verticies is 14 Choose Your Own Adventure You laugh. "That's an easy problem to fix!"You say. "All you need to do is follow Euler's Formula!" The #of faces+ # of vertices=# of edges+2. So with 23 faces+ 14 verticies= #of edges+2, so that means the # of edges must be 23+14-2 or 35! Run Away and Sleep If you have already dreamed, go to finish, if not, you fall asleep.... If you weren't at #1 before, move to #3 You find Greer and he asks you what a visual pattern is. Before you can answer, he asks you what average speed is. #3 Go to the box on the right..... You answer, "A pattern that is represented by blocks or triangles of some sort" and "The distance divided by time of a thing in motion." You wake up.... You answer, "A pattern that is represented by blocks or triangles of some sort" and "The distance divided by time of a thing in motion." You remember a checklist acronym in your mind for pattern . TGIF. Table, Graph, Input/Output Machine, Finish. You also remember that in order to convert between Input/Output Machine and Graph, you have to make a table first. Get Up You go back to your house and fall asleep... You remember a checklist acronym in your mind for pattern . TGIF. Table, Graph, Input/Output Machine, Finish. You also remember that in order to convert between Input/Output Machine and Graph, you have to make a table first. Thanks, says Greer, we have a load of other problems for you to solve. Follow me Do you get up or stay in bed? Right You already should know how to make a table out of an Input/Output Machine. To graph it, the x-axis is the Input number and the y-axis is the Output number. If you have already dreamed, go to finish, if not, you go home and fall asleep.... You fall asleep and dream that you are taking a test. Do you do question 1, question 2, or 3? e.g. You have to graph an Input/Output Machine. You walk down the road and reach a fork. Which way do you go? Greer tells you that to restore the city's power, they have to count the number of vertices, edges, and faces in a giant soccer-ball-like thing. The problem is, due to the toxic fumes, everyone can only count the number of faces and verticies before they die. The nuber of faces is 23 and the # of verticies is 14 You laugh. "That's an easy problem to fix!"You say. "All you need to do is follow Euler's Formula!" The #of faces+ # of vertices=# of edges+2. So with 23 faces+ 14 verticies= #of edges+2, so that means the # of edges must be 23+14-2 or 35! You have to graph an Input/Output Machine. Follow Greer #1 Stay in Bed (Just in case you forgot how to put an Input/Output Machine into a table, you have to make a T-Table with the first column as "Input" and the second as "Output. Then write 1, 2, 3, and so on in the "Input" column. Then do whatever's inside the machine to the "Input" column and that should be the number for the "Output" column beside it.) I LIED AGAIN, IT'S NOT A CIRCLE! e.g. Patterns in Numbers and Geometry You Move on to #2 You already should know how to make a table out of an Input/Output Machine. To graph it, the x-axis is the Input number and the y-axis is the Output number. Left #2 If you were, go to the box below You remember in class, that you have first, make a table with the first column the Frame number and the second column the number of blocks in frame. then, make a graph with the x-axis ‘Frame number’ and the y-axis ‘number of blocks in frame’ #1 #1 OK, you're lazy and want to sleep a bit more I LIED, ITS NOT A BOX! You wake up in the morning- if a purple sky can be called morning- with absolutely no idea how exactly you got to where you are. All you remember is that Greer, a different-coloured humanoid tells you that their planet is running out of energy, and you have to save it.
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