Transcript: There are five dwarf planets in our solar system Eris, Ceres, Pluto, Makemake and Haunea. The solar system is located in the Orion arm of the galaxy. The solar system was formed from a collapsing cloud of gas 4.6 billion years ago. Only half of one billionth of the energy released by the sun reaches Earth. The sun makes up more than 99% of the mass of the solar system. It takes 225 million years for our sun to travel around the galaxy. The universe and all galaxies began in an explosion about 14 billion years ago, also known as the Big Bang 95% of all matter in the universe is invisible and called dark matter. There is no center of the universe, as every galaxy is expanding away from one another. ASTRONOMY Earth Solar System Every year Earth's moon is moving away from Earth by almost four centimeters. Light from distant stars and galaxies takes so long to reach us that we are actually seeing theses objects as they appeared in the past. The Milky Way is a spiral galaxy containing 400 billion stars. There could be 500 million planets capable of supporting life in our galaxy. We actually do not know how the Milky Way looks, but pictures of other galaxies gives us a clue. Sun Milky Way Galaxy Universe Mrs. Hunt's 2016-2017 Astronomy Class
Transcript: WHO LIKES FOOD??? WHO LIKES FOOD??? WHO LIKES FOOD??? who wants toys ? 5 x 2 = Division 2 =8 Ticket Money Amount ... small Give Medicine ... small GOT MATH? IT'LL LAST YOU A LIFE TIME! * * * * * * Counting! ? SUBTRACTION * Math Tree * ? $ Pre-K 10 Doctors 1 Teachers * * 23 15 - 5 = $ Teach students 4 ... small Police Officer * Addition Who needs math? 5 14 Find people $ 25 + A. Girls B. Boys C. Babies D. Everyone * Solve the problem! Measure weight and height Answer: 7 How much water they need 4+ 2 2 Who loves money? 12 Multiplication . 4 = ? * ... small $ = 10 Measure speed 20 4 Shapes Measure degrees Firefighter . Tell time for recess! ? Count students Counting Cars $ _
Transcript: Designing, producing, exhibiting, performing, writing, and publishing multimedia content including visual and performing arts and design, journalism, and entertainment services. Arts, A/V Technology and Communications Film Director: They are the people who tell the actors and actress' along with the film crew, what to do. They also help keep money in line, so they do not go over budget with the movie. Audio, Video, and Film Technology Audio, Video, and Film Technology Performing Arts Actor/Actress: They act as a character that their role makes them in the play or film that they are paid for. Journalism and Broadcasting News Presenters are the people who report the news stories that the reporters give them. Visual Arts Computer Generated Imagery: They create most of the movies you've watched such as Toy Story, Finding Nemo, and Monsters Inc. Telemarketer: These people call homes and stores trying to sell a product. Telecommunications Printing Technology Book Printer: They print the books that are here in the school that you read everyday.
Transcript: An overview of physical growth and development of Elementary Children Age 6 to 12 Standard A: Students will acquire the knowledge, attitudes and interpersonal skills to help them understand and respect self and others. Competency PS:A1: Acquire Self-Knowledge Indicator PS:A1.1: Develop positive attitudes toward self as a unique and worthy person After several classroom-guidance lessons on different character traits, students will create character frames for a chance to draw out traits that they believe they encompass. Putting the hole in the middle (to allow students to stick their heads through) surrounds the child with words that they feel describe them. Morality is… Right versus wrong Concern for others Willingness to act Trustworthiness Self-control is essential 3 elements: emotions, cognitions, behaviors Competency: C:A1 Develop Career Awareness Indicator: C:A1.2 Learn about the variety of traditional and nontraditional occupational. Activity: Classroom guidance on career diversity. Students will watch Toy Story, which can provide the opportunity for the young students to discuss the different careers and roles that each of the toys have and how they relate to the real world. Resources: TV, VCR, and the movie Toy Story. Physical Development for Elementary Children Elementary Developmental Activity Frontier Elementary School, District 20 Activities Standard A: Students will acquire the skills to investigate the world of work in relation to knowledge of self and to make informed career decisions Worry Too Much – Students who are overly concerned with grades, life expectations and demands from family and school will learn strategies to overcome anxiety. Second Step Program- Teaches the skills (by grade level) kids need to succeed in problem solving. Character Frames 3rd Grade Psychosocial Development: 9-11 Years Old 4th Grade & 5th Grade 1st Grade Career Piaget’s Cognitive Development Standard A- Students will acquire the skills to investigate the world or work in relation to knowledge of self and to make informed career decisions. ICAP- Career exploration for 5th graders to introduce them into the program and encourage thinking as it relates to their future career and educational choices. Manitou Elementary School, District 14 ASCA National Standards for Students School District Examples Freud's Psychoanalytic Theory Driven by inborn, self-serving impulses By preschool age the super ego is active Identification and conscious building Understand the developmental stages & effect of counseling approach/techniques Development of self varies across cultures (independence vs. interdependence) Age appropriate vocabulary Play Therapy & Bibliotherapy benefits Common issues: Fears & Anxieties, Child Sexual Abuse, Fostering Resilience Could have a dramatic shift in task achievement in different cultures Tasks are heavily influenced by training and context Abstract ideas and situations are harder to understand and figure out Combination of adult expectations and children’s drive toward mastery sets the stage for the psychological conflict/crisis. Resolved positively when children develop a sense of competence at useful skills/tasks and helps facilitate healthy personality development. Capable of learning, creating and accomplishing new skills and knowledge, thus developing a sense of industry. This is a very social stage of development and if we experience unresolved feelings of inadequacy and inferiority among our peers, we can have serious problems in terms of competence and self-esteem. Stages of Moral Development Implications Elementary School Presentation Sources: From The Life Span: Human Development for Helping Professionals by Patricia C. Broderick and Pamela Blewitt Children think in an organized, logical fashion only when dealing with concrete information Mental operations work poorly with abstract ideas Continuum of Acquisition – gradual mastery of different conservational ideas Cognitive Development Examples from Local School Districts Academic Personal/Social Development Self-esteem tends to rise and sibling rivalry tends to increase Distinguish ability, effort, and external factors in attributions for success and failure. Shifts between problem & emotion strategies in regulating negative emotion Can view the self from another person’s perspective; empathy in all situations Peer groups emerge; friendships become more selective and based on mutual trust Aware of gender stereotypes, personality traits and achievement; gender identity expands to include self-evaluations and pressure to conform Changing Families- For students who have recently moved or are moving, children from a divorce or separation, “blended” families, death in the family, or any other changes in a student’s life. Friendship- To assist students to develop better interpersonal relationships with others. This group will provide solutions for students dealing with conflicts and provide effective communication skills. Love and Logic
Transcript: Because resources are limited. We only have one world. And there's only so much stuff on it. We have to re-use what we have, or we'll run out! And then what? Break it down... Re. Cycle. Send it through the cycle again! Use it again! Then you don't have to keep finding new material. It's good for the environment. And costs a lot less! There's a lot of value in our "trash!" What's going on in the schools? Rutherford County schools have already recycled over 15,000 pounds of metal! We've recycled over 4 tons! That's more than the weight of 6 adult elephants! Just toss it in the blue bins! Just throw it away! Recycle! Thank you! RCS Recycling Coordinator gfdgd paper (notebook or printer) cardboard plastic bottles, empty plastic containers with the recycling logo aluminum cans, empty And continue the practice at home! Plastic How? Not allowed: A presentation by Frank Chyz We've recycled of paper! Look for the blue bins your classroom, cafeteria and hallways. aluminum soda cans tin cans from cafeterias over 60,000 pounds plastic bottles from vending machines Last school year, every public school in Rutherford County began recycling. It's easy! Cardboard Old homework and tests Newspapers, magazines, junk mail Art projects gone astray Notes (mostly about boys) Think about it... Metal Because there's no such place as "away." It's all reusable! Allowed: candy wrappers paper towels or napkins containers still containing food or drink greasy pizza boxes cardboard coated with wax (so no cardboard milk boxes) We've recycled over 93,000 pounds! Why? Paper
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Transcript: Europe Moomin The world The Team ~1100 km ~550 km Finland Suomi Angry Birds Santa Claus
Transcript: P-O-P R-O-A-S-T San Angelo, TX 8,200 Planetarium Modular Theater Texas Tech University Princeton Board Review “Best Colleges” What is College? Why do people go to college? Learn more Earn more money Do more for yourself Do you want to go to college? Texas has over 200 colleges and universities. In Texas there is a place for all in higher education. Can you name a Texas college or university? How do you get to college? Do you know someone that has gone to college? How do you benefit from STEM? Agricultural and food scientists Biologists Conservation scientist Medical scientist Atmospheric scientist Environmental scientist Geoscientist Physicists Astronomers YOU ARE A STUDENT! A student is someone who is learning. A place where a learning institute is located. An award for finishing High School. An award for finishing college. A teacher in college. A place where students live on campus. The subject of your degree. Class calendar. Scholarships, grants, loans, and work-study that helps cover the cost of college. YES! DIPLOMA Aerospace Automotive Biomedical Civil Chemical Electrical Environmental Industrial Marine Nuclear Petroleum Technology STUDENT Science Thank you for coming! 1. Pay attention in class Accountant Mathematician Statistician Teacher Computer scientist Computer engineers Programmers Software engineers Computer systems analyst Network administrator Database administrator Video game developer Computer animator SYLLABUS 2.Make the best grade you can 4.Graduate high school CAMPUS Engineering Financial Aid DEGREE Music & Arts MAJOR What's your major? 3.Stay in school!!!! What do you want to do when you grow up? Mathematics Do you like science? Do you like computers? Do you like building? Do you like numbers? Art of the Masters Dance PROFESSOR RESIDENCE HALL
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