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Design your own soap

Transcript: Megan Wyatt The intro will explain their meeting and their gifts whereas the show will show them in future as they are roughly 18-22. They work together with their gifts to help other people, this will be similar to ghost whisperer, charmed and physic detectives. The Gifted Visual style Narrative style Main competitors Wyatt is 20 he is a healer. He has blonde hair & green eyes. Wyatt can be timid at times and is rather geeky. He is usually the brain of the group and is quick to come up with ideas under pressure. Wyatt is currently in university training in computer engineering. His gift allows him to heal those who have a good heart but he is unable to heal those without. Wyatt's dress sense is simple but smart. Target audience It will be similar to charmed and ghost whisperer combined. Target audience would be between 16-35, leaning more towards female viewers as apposed to males. Working class. People who believe in witch-craft, spirituality, ghosts, magic. Viewers of similar shows. The narrative would be mainly in real-time with flashes forward and back. Soap hybrid? The location would be in West London as this is not a very common place to be used for these kinds of shows. The most of the episodes would be in different parts of London depending on where they were traveling in order to help those who are in need. Pheobe is 18 years old and she has the ability of an empath. She is brunette with brown eyes. She has a very bubbly personality and is usually the one to keep the peace when things go wrong. She works as a journalist intern. She is the youngest of the 4. Being the youngest her abilities still have some room to grow so she spends a good amount of her time studying on how to further her gift. She later on masters the power of telekinesis. Being an 18 year old pheobe likes to dress up in the latest fashions and enjoys to dress rather provocative. Patience is 22 and is a medium. She has dark brown curly hair and hazel eyes. She is the oldest of the group. She is a very head-strong woman and loves to read. She is a teaching assistant in a school for special needs children and takes part in charity work. Patience can see hear and communicate with the dead, her main aim to help spirits cross over to the other side. Without Patience, the fellow 3 would be practically unable to do what they do, she is a key aspect into making their help work. Patience dresses very casual, usually seen in jeans and a top. The show will be a sci-fi, supernatural, fantasy, drama, mystery, action, soap. This is because there are spirits, ' powers ', fighting, death, real live events. Length and slot Stock characters Location 4 young people, 3 girls & one boy. They all grew up together in a foster home. Each one of them have their own ability. One physic, one medium, one empath and one healer. Whilst growing up together they became close friends, they all learnt about each others gifts. Pheobe Patience Megan is 21 and has the ability of a physic. Megan has ginger hair and brown eyes. She has a very fierce strong personality and is usually the leader of the group. The idea to use their abilities to help others was Megan's idea. Apart from helping people on a daily basis, she is training to become a veterinarian. Megan is able to see both future and past events, her visions are unfortunately not at her command through the start but she learns to harness her ability more and can control when she has her visions. When it comes to dress sense, Megan dresses like a hippie. Each episode would be 30 minute long. It would be shown on Channel 4. This is due to the fact that it is very similar to Charmed and ghost whisperer which were also shown on channel 4. The time slot would be 9 or 9:30 on a Wednesday this is because it must be shown after the water shed as it would show violent scenes and scenes of sexual nature. The show would follow them in their day to day lives, their happiness, their sorrows, their achievements and their struggles. New people to help and abilities their grow stronger.

Design Your Own Country

Transcript: Slogan Currency Map of Le Prueti Coat of Arms & Flag My country's economy is a market economy. In this economy the government has little interference. The economy is ran by the business and consumers. This means the economy is supported by the induvisual's desire to make money. In result of that desire producers will sell whatever they think people will want to buy. leading to extra products such as new computer products. new cars, new equiment. New products along with negotation will keep our trade strong. Trade is important to a market economy because producers export products to sell in foriegn countries and producers can also import foriegn products to sell. This is my countries economy and what ot does. And one more thing... The reason I chose the market economy is so my country’s citizens will be able to have freedom economically. On example is by having free trade meaning the government will have little interference with trade. Citizens will be able to pursue whatever carrier they choose. Having a free market will mean people will compete to make money and their desire to make money will run the economy. The government will have some involvement in the economy. Such as taxes and tariffs. This means that the government will have little influence in the economy but the influence it does have will be to collect taxes which will be used to improve the lives of the citizens Taxes will be used to pay for thing such as public education, public transportation, military support, the construction of road and bridges, police departments,fire departments, hospitals, etc. Overall this means that the individual who works for themself works for society as a whole. These qualities makes a market economy the perfect economy for my country. Name: Le Progrète Capital: Le Succès Largest City: Covinopolis Largest Port: Port Creek Population: 25,674,681 Demonym: Progressions First country to particpate in the Off-shore City Program My Country's Economy Thank you for your attention! Facts Conclusion National Animal: The antelope Designing Your Own Country: Le Progrète Symbols Why I Chose This Economy This is my country

Building Your Own Powerpoint

Transcript: Down Syndrome Lee JiWoo What is Down Syndrome? What Developmental Delays Developmental delays Even thogh people with Down Syndrome might act and look similar, each person has different abilities Usually have an IQ in the mildly-to-moderately low range Slower to speach than other children Physical disabilities Phsical Features A flattened face, especially the bridge of the nose Almond-shaped eyes that slant up Short neck Small ears A tongue that tends to stick out of the mouth Tiny white spots on the iris (colored part) of the eye Small hands and feet A single line across the palm of the hand (palmar crease) Small pinky fingers that sometimes curve toward the thumb Physical Features Poor muscle tone or loose joints Shorter in height as children and adults Physical Features Why Why does Down Syndrom Occur? An individual has a full or partial extra copy of chromosome 21 Not caused by enviromental factors or the parents' activities before or during pregnancy Maternal age is the only facor that has been linked to an increased chance of having a baby with Down Syndrome Normal Chromosome 21 Karyotype Extra Chromosome 21 W/ Down Syndrome 2018 2019 2020 When When was Down Syndrome Discovered? John Langdon Down (1866) English physician published an accurate description of a person with Down Syndrome "father" of Down Syndrome described the condition as a distinct and separate entity Jeome Lejeune (1959) identified Down Syndrome as a chromosomal condition observed 47 chromosomes present in each cell 2000 an international team of scientists successfully identified and catalogued each of the approximately 329 genes on chromosome 21 Types Results in an embryo with three copies of chromosome 21 instead of the usual two. A pair of 21st chromosomes in either the sperm or the egg fails to separate As embryo develops, the extra chromosome is replicated in every cell of the body 95% of cases of Down Syndrome Trisomy 21 (Nondisjunction) Diagnosed when there is a mixture of two types of cells, some containing the usual 46 chromosomes and some containing 47 1% of cases of Down Syndrome (the least common form of Down Syndrome) May have fewer characteristics of Down Syndrome Mosaicism 4% of cases of Down Syndrome The total number of chromosomes in the cells remains 46; however, an additional full or partial copy of chormosome 21 attaches to another chromosome, usually chromosome 14 Translocation Who 1 3 4 Occurs in about 1 in 800 newborns About 5,300 babies with Down Symdrome are born in the United States each year Approximately 200,000 people in this country have the condition How common is Down Syndrome? Can have... Heart defects : About half the children with Down Syndrome are born with some type of congenital heart defect. These heart problems can be life-threatening and may require surgery in early infancy Gastrointestinal defects : May include abnormalities of the intestines, esophaus, trachea and anus. The risk of deeloping digestive problems, such as GI blockage, heartburn, or celiac disease, may be increased Immune disorders : Are at increased risk of developing autoimmune disorders, some forms of cancer, and infectious disease such as pneumonia Sleep apnea : Soft tissue and skeletal changes lead to the obstruction of their airways Obesity : A greater tendency to be obese compared with the general population Spinal problems : May have a misalignment of the top two vertebrae in the neck - this condition puts them at risk of serious injury to the spinal cord from overextension of the neck Leukemia Dementia : Signs and symptoms may begin around age 50. Also increases the risk of developing Alzheimer's disease People with Down Syndrome Life spans have increased drematically for people with Down Syndrome. Today, someone with Down Syndrome can expect to live more than 60 years, depending on the severity of health problems People with Down Syndrome Where Where to go for treatments Dentist : Specializes in diseases of the oral cavity, especially the teeth Pediatrician : Provides medical care for infants, children, and teenages Primary care provider (PCP) : Prevents, diagnoses, and treats diseases Pediatric cadiologist : Treats heart disorders in children Speech therapist : Specializes in voice rehabilitation Pediatric opthalmologist : Treats eye diseases in children Maternal-fetal medicine specialist : Focuses on the medical management of high-rist pregnancies Medical geneticist : Diagnoses and manages hereditary disorders Treatments Physical exercise : Aerobic activity for 20~30 minutes 5 days a week improves cardiovascular health If injured, pursuing an activity that avoids the injured muscle group or joint can help maintain physical function while recovering Special education : An approach to education that focuses on addressing the unique need of individual students Self-Care Speech therapy : Formal treatment to help with speech and swallowing provided by a trained speech therapist Support group : A forum for counseling and Q&A

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