Transcript: Thank you everyone for listening, and think about next time Santa gives you coal, maybe it's not such a bad thing (for the world, maybe not you!). Coal is mostly used for electricity generation in the modern world. It also has many other uses such as cement manufacturing, steel production, and as a liquid fuel. Approximately 6.6 billion tons of fuel were used around the world last year. How is Coal formed? Where is Coal Found? Coal Powerpoint Coal Is Cool Coal is a reliable source of energy that is found very easily in the world. It has been a reliable source for thousands of years and will continue to succeed until we run out. However, just because it is easily found now, doesn't mean it will be easily found in a century! Coal is formed when something called peat, a brown, soil-like material characteristic of boggy, acid ground, consisting of partly decomposed vegetable matter, is altered physically and chemically in the process known as coalification. During coalification, peat undergoes several changes as a result of bacterial decay, compaction, heat, and time. What is Coal made of? Coal is a fossil fuel that formed from plants and animals that died millions of years ago. It is primarily made up of carbon, but also contains hydrogen, sulfur, oxygen, and nitrogen. There are many different types of coal, here are the main types: 1.Anthracite: It has the highest carbon content of the different types, between 86 and 98 percent, and is commonly used for home-heating. 2.Bituminous: The most plentiful form of coal in the United States, bituminous coal is primarily used to generate electricity and make coke for the steel industry. It has a carbon content between 45 and 86 percent carbon. 3.Subbituminous: It has a carbon content of between 35 and 45 percent and is commonly for heating because of a lower amount of sulfur. 4.Lignite: A geologically young coal, it has a carbon content of between 25 and 35 percent and is commonly used for electric power generation. It is also sometimes called brown coal. Thank you for listening! Why do we use Coal? Uses In Modern Day Life Coal can be found everywhere, but the main places that produced the most coal recently was the U.S., Russia, China, India, and a lot of other parts in Asia. There is an estimated amount of coal in the world that is projected to last the world another 112 years at this rate of production. Different types of Coal
Transcript: Films Books Examples Science Countries Reporters Club Music Themed Week The importance of film today How film has changed Biography style piece on an actor/director in a recent film Use of animation/CGI Editorials, columns and opinion pieces Springboards These are pieces by 'personality' writers. They might be there to inform (because the writer's expert opinion is valued), or they might be there to entertain (because the writer has a comic or interesting way of describing everyday life). Inspirational People Next Time… Recent films Anniversaries of film/director Film related to current events Awards ceremonies (eg.Oscars) Countries Gaming
Transcript: We want to have a say in what we eat, and we want to have fun while we're eating. Outer Space Mexican Dominican These are our lunches too... and we'd like to have a say in what our lunch experience is like! We want food that both looks and tastes good and is also interesting and exciting! Cup stacking Mini-Basketball Trivia Map game Puzzles Disco We can try new things... Basketball We want food we can learn from! With themed lunches, we can learn about other cultures and different types of food We will rotate a committee of students who choose the themes for the month. We could have games at lunch for the first 20 minutes to make it interesting. A Pitch by the boys of Pleasant View Elementary School New foods from new places. We can have a map of all the foods we've eaten and where the ingredients come from. GO PANTHERS!! Christopher, David, Emilio, Nicholas, Steven, Tyshawn Themed Lunches English (Olympics theme) Thank you for your time!
Transcript: Examples Cont. Customers dine while sitting on toilets. The tables that the meals are served on are bathroom sinks covered with glass tops. Meals are served in miniature toilet bowls and drinks are in miniature plastic urinals. Rainforest cafe is another example of a themed restaurant. This cafe is located at Disney and it features rainforest waterfalls, creatures, lightning and vegetation. Hibachi is an example of a Japanese themed restaurant that allows customers to see their food cooked on an open grill. Trends By: Sukriti Ranjan Samantha Patrick In the 1930's Tiki bars became popular and inspired future themed restaurants. The Modern Toilet is a restaurant located in Taiwan with other chains in Asia, this restaurant features a unique bathroom theme Examples Examples Cont. Theme Restaurants In the late 1950s, David Tallichet began opening restaurants decorated as Polynesian islands, New England fishing villages and World War II era French farmhouses. His restaurants became very popular due to the experience he provided in them. Themed restaurants often depend on tourist business The atmosphere of themed restaurants are very enjoyable and give customers a one of a kind of experience Food is often secondary to atmosphere Prices are middle range Full table service is offered Themed restaurants try to create another place or time Origin Theme restaurants are restaurants in which the concept of the restaurant takes priority over everything else, influencing the architecture, food, music, and overall 'feel' of the restaurant.
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Transcript: What we actually spent: $4239.37 What we actually did! Where did that money go? Sunday, October 20 9:00 am breakfast and check out of rooms 9:30 am load cars 12:00 pm Grand Teton National Park Tour 4:00 pm Drive Home Themed Housing Jackson Hole Trip PM contribution: $2489.37 Budget Motorpool: $1376.64 <<<< Where RHA bidpool money went $500 Motel: $1753.64 <<<<< $840 came from residents Food: $765.50 <<<< $300 from dining/coke money Prizes: $63.87 Ripley's Believe It or Not: $279.72 <<<<< $110 came from residents Friday, October 18: 8:45 am Meet, pack cars 9:00 am Leave USU 2:00 pm Arrive at motel, unload cars 3:00pm afternoon at hot springs 6:00 pm get together to eat dinner (box dinner) 8:00 - 10:00 pm Night out on the town Saturday, October 19 9:00 am Breakfast 11:00 am Gallery scavenger hunt 1:00 pm Lunch (pizza) 2:00 pm Hennes Art Museum 4:00 pm Ripley’s Believe It or Not (optional) 6:00 pm Night out on the Town
Transcript: Very affordable Easy to burn Build power stations Easily transported Simple to mine Gives off electricity Coal is a fossil fuel. It's the remains of prehistoric vegetation Usage Formed from vegatation that's been consolidated between other rock & combined of pressured heat over 300 million years ago Formed in swamy forests w/ giant plants; In water & dirt covered plant remains Disadvantages A combustible, sedimentary, organic rock; composes of mainly carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen. Where & How formed Definition Advantages Classification Where it's found in the U.S. By - Products Causes climate change & Global warming Harmful by- products like : Nitrogen, Carbon, & Sulfur Dioxide Causes pollution Is hazardous Cause explosions while mining Non Renewable b/c of fast depleting Enviromental Impacts mothballs paint paper clips perfumes pens plastic poster board rubber bands shingles (some) sugar substitute Coal is used in space heating, electricity generation, steel production, cement manufacturing and as a liquid fuel Features/ Facts Coal in mined in 27 states but 90 percent of the country's coal reserves are from 10 states. The most coal is concentrated in Montana. Causes/ Creates: Waste products Acid rain Contaminated water Poisonous emissions High levels of carbon dioxide Increase risk of lung cancer abrasives baking powder batteries chalk concrete (small pieces) fertilizer golf balls insulation linoleum (some) trays Starts off as a plant matter at bottom of water coal is the world's largest source of energy for production of electricity Produces around 40% of world's electricity If your bad, santa brings you a lump of coal It's hard, shiny, black, or even dark brown; it has smokeless flame. There's two types: Lignite (immature & of brown color), sub- bituminous, bituminous, & anthracite (mature & black)
Transcript: Panther Bakery THEME COOKIE CAKES: For each holiday there is a cookie.... with cake! FOR EASTER THERE IS... the hidden surprise is a chocolate cookie with white frostying and m & ms FORTH OF JULY THERE IS.... The explosion cookie. Black cookie with red , white , and blue sprinkles with white frosting. A white macadamia cookie cake with coconut frosting. FOR HALLOWEEN THERE IS..... FOR CHRISTMAS THERE IS... A COOKIE CALLED THE NEW BEGINNING A CUSTOM MADE COOKIE OF YOUR CHOICE FOR YOUR NEW BEGINNING. FOR NEW YEARS THERE IS ...
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