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Transcript: Least Favourite Subject Last year I chose the topic of yoga I wanted the people around me to let go of their stress by doing yoga Well since I wasn't finished I would still like to continue my project U know what they say, best to finish before you start another I went to universal studios I love harry potter and I got to visit the theme park Went on many roller coasters So many times my eyes were closed Drank butter beer which was delicious Enjoy helping others Want to be a doctor when older Help people who are sick and make a difference Favourite Subject My Family DO YOU KNOW WHO I AM? PLEASE DON'T SAY NO! THANKS! Genius Hours Hobbies EVERYBODY CLAP!! My parents are my role models They take care of me and provide the love I need I wish to follow their paths and learn the good things from their. From my mom her art From my dad, his designing Represents who I am in pictures Collage of my life Art Piece Possessed Special Talent Now you know my life secret. You can tell people who do not know my name now that they need to know my life story and you can tell them for me! I am able to perform tricks while hula- hooping I can jump, walk, dance and even spin around 2 or more hoops can be around my waist at once Useful Educational App Own Piece of Artwork No particular least favourite subject Just get bored when repreating lessons Any questions :) I celebrate Diwali Love eating pizza and pasta Love sports Extras Summer Vacation I live in a family of four My sister is in grade 3 and I enjoy playing with her My parents are awesome and teach me lots of skills This is an art piece of my family and I on the celebrity cruise It was a memorable experience because my whole family was there Dreams Digital Style! - Richa. D My best-loved educational app is educreations Many different keys and you are able to make videos Others there to support you with there own videos Science Get to do experiments and explode things Fun Collaborate Build up focusing skills Playing sports Doing crafts Making music while playing my piano Role Model

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Transcript: Responsibilities and Rationalization Utilize Language The Declaration of Independence (Thomas Jefferson) Used syllogism (major premise, minor premise, conclusion) Used logos: philosophical justification, facts, and ended in a passive/impersonal voice (created a philosophical basis for revolution in general rather than just in the colonists' situation) Use pathos: explained the injustices and how the colonists made an effort Used declarative syntax: targeted everything at the king ("He ___") Used unifying diction: united the colonists by calling them "we" Used passive/impersonal voice when speaking of colonists...made it seem like they were coerced by a higher power Used active voice when speaking of King George...made it seem like he was the target and acting freely Used religious allusions: made it seem that the colonists were coerced by God Ethical Issue Can we trust a writer who tries to convince us through rhetoric/their prose style instead of through only logical arguments? “Style is the ultimate morality of mind” -Alfred North Whitehead Key: Diction (tone/words) Imagery Details (facts) Language (overall tone) Syntax (form) Sentence subject Active vs. passive voice Important Devices: Ethos, Pathos, Logos Allusions Anaphora & Epistrophe Choose Your Words Carefully AP Literature: The Ethics of Style writer to make language understandable reader to make an effort to understand good bad clarity: value that is man-created Rationalization would never intentionally hurt customers passive mistakes have been made A scientific explanation or history-related text where there was no way of understanding it Good writing is... clear, concise, candid + achieves an end while maintaining integrity Experience what readers undergo as they read Ethical choice= why write clearly when there is so much bad writing? Graceful writers don’t go unrewarded Satisfaction Sears Sales Example Subjects imply different scenarios Make word choices that aren't inevitable, but seem natural Ethics of Style break in the peace writer's duty Intended Misdirection Salutary Complexity/Subversive Clarity Bailey Kenny & Becca Smith "There is no artifice as good and desirable as simplicity" ~St. Francis de Sales Make logical arguments, but cleverly manipulate language to support logic "Whatever can be thought can be thought clearly; whatever can be written can be written clearly" ~Ludwig Wittgenstein pg 199 Use Rhetorical Devices & Tone "Write to others as you would have others write to you" Necessary Complexity Unintended Obscurity on purpose stylistic manipulation systematic change of subject idea of being "candid" choose subjects and verbs carefully For Example... Logic + Rhetorical Devices= Success pg 192 Two Main Responsibilities: lack of clarity and ability to understand an accident innocent ignorance The Golden Rule

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Transcript: The Splendid Song Sale Story Act 1: Scene 1 The Approach Customer (Annie) enters bcyThemes store. As she enters she is jamming (dancing, head bumping, silent singing) to her iPod. She stops to look at a chart that includes the packages offered by bcyThemes. Across the store, the sales consultant (Tory) sits at a desk. Upon seeing Annie enter the store, Tory gets up to make her way towards her. Tory: (smiling) Hello Annie: (taking out her headphones) Hi Tory: That must be an awesome song. What are you listening to? Annie: ‘Born This Way’ by Lady Gaga. Tory: Always a good choice. Do you listen to it a lot? Annie: Yeah I like it a lot. Tory: What do you like most about it? Annie: I don’t know I just like the sound of it I guess. Tory: How do you feel about the words? Annie: I love them. They inspire me, ya know. It’s like this is how I am take it or leave it. There isn’t any beating around the bush. Tory: Does the music have the same affect? Annie: Yeah…(pause to think) probably. Tory: What I mean is do you like the music more than the words or vice versa? Annie: (uncertainly) That’s hard to say. I guess the words. Tory: It’s ok. It’s hard to put into words. I’m Tory, by the way. (Extends hand) (Handshake) Annie: Annie Tory: Is this song your favorite, Annie? Annie: I don’t know if it’s my favorite. I don’t really have a specific favorite, depends on my mood. Tory: Do you ever have a really hard time finding a song to fit your mood? You know the times when you hit the skip button over and over? Annie: Yes! I can just spend an hour looking for song. It drives me nuts. Tory: Wouldn’t it be awesome if together we could create a song just for those times when you can’t seem to find anything to listen to? Annie: Really? You can do that? Tory: Sure can! Here let me show you. End of Act 1 Scene 1 (Tory starts moving towards the desk. Annie follows as they continue convesation) Tory: So how many songs do you have on your iPod, Annie? (Gesturing towards chair in front of desk) Go ahead and take a seat. Tory then moves around the desk and takes a seat in the chair behind it. Annie: (sitting) Thank you. I don’t know, probably close to five hundred. Tory: Wow that’s quite a few. How do you go search for the right song for the right mood? Annie: I usually go by genre. You know if I am excited and want to dance around the room I’ll select pop? Tory: How many times do you skip songs before listening to a full one? Annie: Too many times to count for sure. Tory: Do you know why you do that? Annie: (Shrugs shoulders) None of them feel right. Tory: What do you mean? Annie: Sometimes the words don’t apply to me. The music may be awesome but when I try to sing the words it doesn’t make sense. Tory: Do you have any examples off the top of your head? Annie: Bohemian Rhapsody. It sounds so cool but what is with the words. Tory: I know they have always confused me too. If you could rewrite the words and personalize the song what would they say? Annie: Oh man. I don’t know. Tory: That’s ok. Here we’re going to try something. If you want to put these headphones on I am going to play Bohemian Rhapsody without the words. I want you to close your eye and think about what message you would place within the song. Annie: Ok (Tory plays the song) Tory: So what did you think? Annie: I think it describes hope; the music seems to be uplifting. It’s like it’s telling me that everything will be alright. Tory: That’s great. Want to know what you just did? Annie: What? Tory: Started creating your own personal song. Can you see how by personalizing the song and changing the lyrics to fit you could change your entire attitude? Annie: Yeah now I want to listen to Bohemian Rhapsody. Tory: (chuckles) That’s why we’re here. Is this a favorite song? Annie: Not really. I don’t mind listening to it every once in a while but I could live without it? Tory: Ok how about we pull out your iPod? What are the top listened to songs? Annie: How many do you want? Tory: Oh let’s look at the top three. Annie: Ok it’s Lady Gaga “Born this Way”, Adele “Someone Like You”, Sara Bareilles “Gonna Get Over You”. Tory: When do you listen to these? I know this is kind of off the wall but if you want to just think about it for a second. (pause) Annie: Uh everywhere. Tory: Ok. Do the songs remind you of anyone? Annie: Yeah…I guess they do. Tory: Did you think about him when you listened to the song earlier? Annie: Bohemian Rhapsody. Not really but I can see how it would relate. Tory: What is your relationship like? Annie: There is no relationship; it’s more of a friendship that gets complicated. Tory: After you hang out with him do you find yourself listening to these songs? Annie: I guess I do, yeah. They seem to help cheer me up. Tory: Which one and how does it cheer you up? Annie: (Pausing to consider) Adele’s “Someone Like You.” I don’t know it shows a sense of sorrow ya know? There is an emptiness that she feels and she expresses it so well. I can just relate to it. Tory: What

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Transcript: 14th Week Consulting interns can be expensive Time and Money Personal Experience Preliminary Design Stage NFPA 101 and NFPA 13 New and Existing Education, Business, and Mercantile Definition of Project This app would be used to provide interns and recent graduates with an outline of guidelines for how to design and review designs of specific occupancies. With the given time frame, I will be writing the information that will go into the app Begin parametric study: Speak with my mentor and Jason to understand more about what critical variables I could concentrate on for this app. Choose those parameters and begin my study Gather information from NFPA 101 and NFPA 13 for new and existing education, business, and mercantile occupancies. By: Breanne Thompson Next Steps (Continued) Finish preparing for Draft of Analysis Pull together and discuss results of project Draw my conclusions and state future work needed Turn in Final Paper! 10th and 11th Week Turn in my parametric study Begin draft of analysis Map out the process of the app for the key elements 15th Week References Next Steps 7th Week Prepare for Final Presentation Summarize my draft of analysis into presentation Work on how to incorporate a live demonstration for my presentation App Development Background Information 8th-9th Week Continuous Process Objective-C for Apple products Java for Android products 6 months of studying Places to Learn: Codecademy, iOS Dev Center, Android Developers Training Hire App Developer will cost thousands Prepare Final Paper Dive into Shark Tank! 1. http://lifehacker.com/5401954/programmer-101-teach-yourself-how-to-code 2. http://www.bluecloudsolutions.com/blog/cost-develop-app/ 6th Week Background Presentation 12th-13th Week

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