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Transcript: PRezi Bigger or smaller. swivelled and put ANYWHERE on the canvas so it will zoom and spin accross the page like this..... Making the presentation quite efective Altogether... I think Prezi wins this round. Even though prezi does not have spell check and only has a limited number of features, it can produce a different but very effective presentation. Prezi is a very easy programme to use that nearly all ages would be able to work out. PreZI oR pOwERpoiNt? 'Prezi' and 'Powerpoint' are both presentation Programs. They both have very good features but are also very limited to what they can do. Powerpoint is a program that uses slides to deliver information and pictures. while delivering these slides, effects can be used called transitions and the slides can be timed so they can change automatically. Prezi is set out on one big canvas. Prezi has only a few features but all these can make a very effective and attractive presentation. A presentaion is able to be made much quicker on prezi than powerpoint. Prezi uses themes instead of just any colours or fonts to make the presentaion look more professional. The program allows you to use a path so when presenting information will be veiwed in a certain order but it looks good because pictures and writing can be made Prezi is not as popular and well known as Powerpoint but is god as and maybe better than powerpoint. PoweRPoiNt The font can be changed to any size, colour and style and can be moved around the slide. The Information is in a box but the box can be bigger, smaller, swivelled and moved around the slide.There are different slide setting so the information can be shown differently and spell check is also included.

Assessment Comparison PowerPoint

Transcript: Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) Publisher: Florida Department of Education Publishing year: 2006 Purpose: This test serves as a tool to measure the progress of English Language Learners (ELLs) proficiency in English; thus, ensuring the skills needed in school to achieve at high levels academically. Levels assessed: The CELLA Test has four levels Level A: K-2 Level B: 3-5 Level C: 6-8 Level D: 9-12 Skills/Competencies Assessed: listening, speaking, reading, and writing Maria Moreno Teresa Pardo Reliability: Four different kinds of reliability coefficients can be used in relation to FCAT – 1.Internal Consistency 2.Test-Retest Reliability 3. Inter-Rater Reliability 4. Reliability of Classifications Only test competence of NGSS, does not assess knowledge passed standards. Validity:Only test competence of NGSS, does not assess knowledge passed standards. To ensure high content validity of FCAT, the Department of Education has implemented the following steps for all of the items included on FCAT – 1. Item specifications were written. 2. Test items were written according to the guidelines provided by the item specifications. 3. The items were pilot tested using randomly selected groups of students at appropriate grade levels, ETC. Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test 2.0 (FCAT) Continuation .. Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test 2.0 (FCAT) Publisher: Florida Center for Reading Research (FCRR) and Florida Department of Education Publishing Year: 1985 Purpose:The Florida Assessments for Instruction in Reading (FAIR) is a screening, diagnostic and ongoing progress monitoring assessment that measures Phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary and comprehension. In grades K-2 the assessment is administered individually to students. In grades 3-12 the assessments are computer-adaptive and delivered on Internet-connected computers. Levels Assessed:Kindergarten-12th Skills/competencies assessed: Reading comprehension, listening comprehension, vocabulary, fluency, orthographic processing, spelling knowledge Administration:Three times per year, in August, November, and March Reliability: about .90 across all grades Validity: negative predictive power of the test is 85%, 85% of the not-at-risk students would end up not-at-risk. Florida Standard Assessment (FSA) Resources Florida Assessments for Instruction in Reading (FAIR) Comprehensive English Language Learning Assessment (CELLA) Publisher: College Board Publishing year: 1956 Purpose: Passing the test will grant student college credits along with high school credits Levels/Grades: 9th – 12th Skills/ Competencies: College-level curricula Administration: 1st two weeks of May Reliability: yes; test is pretested before given out Validity: Content-related evidence of validity Publisher: Publisher: American Institute for Research and Data Recognition, Corp. & Florida Department of Education Publisher Year: 2014 Purpose: To measure how well students in third through eleventh grades understand Florida’s Common Core-based standards Levels/Grades: 3rd - 11th Grade (depending on subject) Skills/Competencies Assessed: Math, reading and writing (reading and writing are combined as English/LA) Students meeting the required standards for English/LA in grades 3-8, mathematics and EOC. Requirements: Algebra 1, 2 and geometry. Creating higher order thinking skills by graphing, reading and integrating. Administration: March – April Reliability: Not yet available Validity: Not yet available Administration:Kindergarten students are administered all four sections of the test, one-on-one with a teacher. Students in grades 1-12 take the speaking section of the test one-on-one with a teacher; the listening, reading, and writing sections are administered in a group setting. The test is administered February – April. Reliability: Not provided Validity: Test does not compare with other measures, for example the home language survey Publisher: ACT, Incorporated Publishing Year: 1959 Purpose: The test is designed to assess academic readiness for college, scores are used by many colleges and universities for undergraduate admissions. Levels Assessed: 11th and 12th grade Skills/Competencies Assessed: English, mathematics, reading, science and writing. Administration: The SAT is a paper-based standardized test, administered 6 times a year, on select dates from September through June Reliability: inconclusive Validity: inconclusive Although for both, there is much research and many arguments questioning the reliability and validity of the ACT. Research leans towards the test being invalid and unreliable. American Institute of Research (Air) Publisher: Pearson Education Publisher Year: 1926 Purpose: The SAT series is used to measure academic knowledge. Levels Assessed: K–2nd (in Miami-Dade) Skills/Competencies Assessed: Reading comprehension, mathematics problem-solving, language, spelling, listening comprehension, science, social science Administration: March – April Reliability: The test has a

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Blue Table Powerpoint

Transcript: Outsider Art Painterly Neoclassical Art The term referenced the fact that Op Art is comprised of illusion, and often appears - to the human eye - to be moving or breathing due to its precise, mathematically-based composition. It is a dynamic visual art, stemming from a discordant figure-ground relationship that causes the two planes to be in a tense and contradictory juxtaposition. Examples Blue Table Powerpoint OP art Neoclassical Art is a severe and emotional form of art harkening back to the grandeur of ancient Greece and Rome. Its rigidity was a reaction to the overbred Rococo style and the emotional charged Baroque style. The rise of Neoclassical art was part of a general revival of interest in classical thought, which was of some importance in the American and French revolutions. Photorealism Produced by self-taught artists working by themselves and for themselves. Make art for themselves or for their immediate community. Do not recognize themselves as artists. Origins from psychiatric collections of 19th-century European psychiatric hospitals. Works in these collections were solicited from patients and organized for the purpose of medical teaching and analysis “Art of the insane”. Should come from personal invention rather than a known artistic style. Strongly evokes emotional content through the manipulation of forms, figures, and relationships within the composition Painterly art is described as art that has clear demonstration of paint used, or clear use of brushstroke. It was the result of applying paint in a less than completely controlled manner, generally without closely following carefully drawn lines. Works characterized as either painterly or linear can be produced with any painting media, oils, acrylics, watercolors, Photorealism is when the drawing is photogenic.they used photographs to gather information and based of the picture, they create a painting that appears photographic.When observing a picture the viewer is tricked thinking he is seeing an actual object. Photorealism is believe to be evolved from pop art. it was during the late 1960s, which was the 19th century. Photorealists were influenced from pop artists and were reacting against abstract expressionism

periodic table powerpoint

Transcript: Periodic Table The periodic law was created by Dimitri Mendeleev. The periodic law is when elements are arranged in order of increasing atomic number, there is a periodic repetition of their physical and chemical properties. History History Elements The Science Metals, Nonmetals, and Metalloids. + Good conductors of heat and electric current. The period table consists mostly of metals. All metals, except Mercury, are solid at room temperature. Metals are ductile and malleable. metals _ Poor conductors of heat and electric current. Carbon is an exception. Solid nonmentals tend to be brittle. nonmetals Has properties that are similar to metals and nonmetals. Under some conditions, metalloids may behave like metals, and in others, they may behave like nonmetals. metalloids n Classifying Elements Alkaline Earth Metals: Are found in group 2A, this is a metal. Alkali Metals: Are found in group 1A, this is a metal. Halogens: Are found in group 7A, this is a nonmetal. Noble gases: Are found in group 8A, sometimes called inert gases, they rarely take part in reaction. Representatives Elements: Containing groups 1A-7A on the periodic table, there are many different types of electron configuration. Transition Elements: Group B on the periodic table, d block to f block. Periodic trends Atomic Size Across across trend across a period: As you go across the periodic table, the atomic size decreases. trend down a group: As you go down the periodic table, the atomic size increases. down Down reason for trend: As you go down it takes more energy and force then going down. Trend Trend Electronegativity Electronegativity refers to atoms to attract elections. Electronegativity does not have any specific trend. Electronegativity mostly increases as you go across the period because it attracts the electrons. Electro- negativity Ionization energy is the energy required to remove and electron from an atom. Ionization energy is the opposite of of the energy so as you do across the period it increases but as you go down the period it decreases. This is because it takes more energy for the nucleus to hold onto the electrons then it is to get rid of them. 1st,2nd,and 3rd ionization energy is when electrons are being taken away but as you go from 1st to 2nd it is harder for the nucleus to let the electrons to go. Ionization energy Ionization Energy Summary summary The periodic law was invented to sort the elements into certain groups that have the same characteristics. The periodic table consists of three groups, metals nonmetals, and metalloids. Some of these have exceptions to them. Inside these groups we classify the elements into specific groups like Alkali metals, Halogens, and so on. The elements also use ionization energy and electronegativity to take away electrons.

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