Transcript: PRESENTATION HELL Insert Subtitle Here Circle 4 Who would be better? She gave us advice at the beginning of this project, and she will be the one to guide us through Presentation Hell! Here is a Prezi, a YouTube video, a poster, a symphony I composed, a sculpture embodying the Divine Reason, an interpretive dance and an entire novel I wrote based on three years of observation. Explanation of Sin: Presenters who just copy and paste what is supposed to be their original thoughts and ideas, and steal them from Wiki or Google, are bound to wind up in Presentation Hell. These students do not know how to be original or creative, so they fill up their p owerpoint slides with GIGANTIC paragraphs in the smallest font, to make it seem like they know what they are doing. This is looked down upon in presentation hell, because… Well come on people, TRY! This sin is in the first circle because, Hey! At least they tried! However, too much information on one slide can make for a boring presentation and is frowned upon. The punishment in this circle is mild compared to the others. The meaning of life and all of the future is written in extremely small writing along the walls of the circle. The sinners are packed in like sardines and are continuously moving in a circle so that they miss details of the explanation. The text itself would take an eternity to read, but the circular movement ensures that they will never finish. This is put as the punishment because as they forced people to read small text and be continuously confused,they too will spend eternity in constant confusion. Reading off the screen whence presenting is just a sad deed. Seriously, people. Didn’t you have two minutes to memorize your two lines? . The most horrible thing in the world is a bad class presentation! The creators of these inadequate presentations are put into a specific place in the afterlife: Presentation Hell. Circle 5 Jokers Circle 6 OUR THEME: Circle 1 OUR GUIDE: Ms. Stowell Obtainers of Too Much Information Givers of Handouts and Candy Improvisers Circle 8 Bossy Over-Achievers CIRCLE 9 Users of Technology That Doesn't Work Circle 3 Those Who Read Off of the Screen Circle 2 Insert Title Here Users of Power Points and Prezis
Transcript: Fire/Burn Preventions Fire & Burn Prevention & First Aid :) Use Pot Holders Turn Handles inwards to prevent tipping pots over Keep Towels away from heat If you get caught on fire Stop, Drop, & Roll If you get burned put the burn under cold water Fire/Burn First Aid
Transcript: Influencing your friends Facebook page Join Christian Groups "IF YOU CAN'T CHANGE YOUR FRIENDS, CHANGE YOUR FRIENDS." BE MORE INVOLVED IN MASS Take responsibility, Self control YOUTH MINISTRY! Agnes Chukwu Chinyere Enih Alyssa Groves Brittany Ikwuagwu Phyllis Nwokolo Praise and Worship How can a young person maintain the joy and enthusiasm for one’s faith that is fired up by AYC? This session will offer practical tips that youth can do personally and that parishes can do to help support young people in taking the fire and desire of Christian discipleship back home. KEEPING THE FIRE BURNING Q&A Session THANK YOU!!!! Christian music Social Media Instagram Twitter STAY SOCIALLY IN TUNE Social Gatherings Novena Silent time/ Meditation Journaling Praise and Worship Actively Participate! WHAT CAN PARISHES DO? Finding Post AYC Faith Support COMMUNICATE WITH GOD WHAT CAN I DO PERSONALLY? Debates "BIRDS OF A FEATHER, FLOCK TOGETHER"
Transcript: -Now take my red, black car and my jewelery. -That birthday cake, Got a candle need to blow that crazy flame away Repetion Official Music Video Fire Burning Ryhme Somebody call 911! Shawty fire burning on the dance floor Whoa! (Fire burning, fire burning) What a gwaan! Kingston Let's go (hey, hey, hey) Red One (hey, hey) Shawty got that super thing Hotter than the sun of south in Spain Got me soon as I walked through the door, oh! My pocket started tickling The way she dropped it low that thang Got me wanna spend my money on her, her She get it pop it, lock it, drop it, That birthday cake, Got a candle, need to blow that crazy flame away Now take my red, black car and my jewelery Shawty is cool like the fire, cool like fire [Chorus] Somebody call 911! Shawty fire burning on the dance floor Whoa! I gotta cool her down She won't bring the roof to the ground on the dance floor Whoa! She's fire burning, fire burning on the dance floor That little shawty's fire burning on the dance floor She's fire burning, fire burning on the dance floor That little shawty's fire burning on the dance floor (Fire burning, fire burning) That body is a masterpiece The order is one in every hundred years But ain't no doubt I'm taking it home, oh! I'm afraid we'll blow them legs Little mama game is about to change She'll be on covers over the world, world She get it pop it, lock it, drop it, That birthday cake, Got a candle need to blow that crazy flame away Take my red, black car and my jewelery Shawty is cool like the fire, cool like fire [Chorus] She got that fire in her dance that'll make them fella's run around Hey! No exit from the dance floor so them boys want more Hey! She got that fire in her dance that'll make them fella's run around Madem, get outta my way , everybody, sing it now, hey! No exit from the dance floor so them boys want more What a Gwaan? Let's go! Madem, let's go, hey! She get it pop it, lock it, drop it, That birthday cake, Got a candle need to blow that crazy flame away Now take my red , black car and my jewelery Shawty is cool like the fire, cool like fire [Chorus] Somebody call 911 Read more: Sean Kingston - Fire Burning Lyrics | MetroLyrics Lyrics -She's fire burning, fire burning on the dance floor -That shawty's fire burning, fire burning on the dance floor Sean Kingston By: Matt Gibson -She's fire burning on the dance floor -The order is one every 100 years -She got that fire in her dance that'll make them fella's run around -She'll be on covers over the world -get it pop it, lock it, drop it -Spain and thang Imagery Hyperbole
Transcript: Audre Lorde I am fourteen and my skin has betrayed me the boy I cannot live without still sucks his thumb in secret how come my knees are always so ashy what if I die before the morning comes I have to learn how to dance in time for the next party my room is too small for me suppose I die before graduation they will sing sad melodies but finally tell the truth about me There is nothing I want to do and too much that has to be done Nobody even stops to think about my side of it I shuld have been on the Math Team my marks were better than his why do I have to be the one wearing braces I have nothing to wear tomorrow will I live long enough to grow up and momma's in the bedroom with the door closed. Hanging Fire
Transcript: http://science.howstuffworks.com/environmental/earth/geophysics/fire1.htm http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polycyclic_aromatic_hydrocarbon http://www.ehhi.org/woodsmoke/health_effects.shtml http://sciencelearn.org.nz/Contexts/Fire/Science-Ideas-and-Concepts/What-is-smoke Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons, PAHS Chemicals Involved By: Jonathan Wood 300 degrees Elements Basically when you a wood fire in your home it heats up one are while the resst of the house becomes cooler. This is because, the chimney uses a vacuum effect to suck up all the smoke and there by some of the heat and so the heat is pulled to the room with the fireplace and there by cooling the rest of the house. Smoke is a collection of tiny solid, liquid and gas particles. Although smoke can contain hundreds of different chemicals and fumes, visible smoke is mostly carbon (soot), tar, oils and ash. Smoke occurs when there is incomplete combustion (not enough oxygen to burn the fuel completely). In complete combustion, everything is burned, producing just water and carbon dioxide. When incomplete combustion occurs, not everything is burned. Smoke is a collection of these tiny unburned particles. Each particle is too small to see with your eyes, but when they come together, you see them as smoke. Wood is made up of: Water, Volatile organic compounds – a compound is volatile if it evaporates (becomes a gas) when it is heated, carbon, minerals in the tree’s cells, like calcium, potassium and magnesium (which are non-burnable and become ash). Smoke and Ash After the fire has been burning for a while, most of the hydrocarbons (gases and smoke particles) have been released, and all that is left is charcoal, which is almost pure carbon with some minerals. The hot charcoal slowly burns with a red glow. There are no flames because charcoal will only produce carbon dioxide, which cannot be burned any further, unlike other vapors. Very little smoke is produced at this stage. The quicker a fire is reduced to glowing charcoal, the hotter it will be and the less smoke it will produce. The carbon combines with oxygen to produce carbon dioxide until all that is left at the end of the fire is the ash – the minerals. Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) are a group of over 100 different chemicals that are formed during the incomplete burning of coal, oil and gas, garbage, or other organic substances like tobacco or charbroiled meat. PAHs are usually found as a mixture containing two or more of these compounds, such as soot. Some PAHs are manufactured. These pure PAHs usually exist as colorless, white, or pale yellow-green solids. PAHs are organic compounds containing only carbon and hydrogen. Most of the chemicals in a wood burning fire are the same as the the chemicals in cigarettes. Fine particulate matter, carbon monoxide, formaldehyde, sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and dioxin. Wood Burning Fire When the wood reaches about 300 degrees Fahrenheit (150 degrees Celsius), the heat decomposes some of the cellulose material that makes up the wood. Some of the decomposed material is released as volatile gases. We know these gases as smoke. Smoke is compounds of hydrogen, carbon and oxygen. The rest of the material forms char, which is nearly pure carbon, and ash, which is all of the unburnable minerals in the wood (calcium, potassium, and so on). The char is what you buy when you buy charcoal. Charcoal is wood that has been heated to remove nearly all of the volatile gases and leave behind the carbon. That is why a charcoal fire burns with no smoke. Carbon, Hydrogen, and Oxygen are some of the more common elements in a wood fire. Heat Distribution Works Cited Charcoal
Transcript: He determines what happens to you. His types of torture all depends on how he feels that day. He likes to hang souls over volcanic rivers and he also likes to chew them and spit them out Punishments Once delivered, the souls must go through a fiery pit filled with savage, volcanic lions. Then they get their punishments determined Fucifer By Gabi Rutan Philosophy Murder/Manslaughter= Eternally getting destroyed by Fury over and over Rape= The burning of the genitals and eternal torture Robbery=Hands burned off and body hung over fire Kidnapping=Fury takes you to their lair and you are their servant Other sins= Fire rats attack or fire ants Fury's Lair Planet Fucifer Planet Fucifer is where sinners go. Instead of an underworld, they are sent to a fiery, volcanic planet to suffer an eternal torture from the ultimate fire monster named Fucifer(figure on the left) or getting eaten from the volcanic four-legged monster named Fury(figure on the right) Description of the Planet When the souls are first delivered, they have to go through a pit of savage volcanic lions, then once passed, there is an enormous fiery land for miles. Every few miles, there are traps such as the rat pit and fire ant pit where some sinners are sent. Then Fury's cave, and volcanoes surrounding it. There are no buildings or places to sleep, it's all fire, lava, rocks and magma. Every soul is either being hung, tortured, or waiting for their punishment walking along the fiery land Fucifer's domain is within the volcanoes surrounding Fury's cave Fury's Lair has a walkway of bridges over top of a river of lava. There is a large area where he sleeps and gets tended to by his servants. If his servants don't do as told, they get thrown into it and have to stay there until he lets them come out.
Transcript: The Burning Question Benefits Wax paper is biodegradable It is compostable The average breakdown time is 2 months which is equivalent to a leaf It is safe cook with Does not harm humans wax paper is reusable Wax Paper is not toxic Wax Paper is environmentaly friendly Comparisons Toxic or not non toxic toxic toxic Manufacturing process non-harmful green house gases green house gases Decomposition Wax Paper 2 months Aluminum Foil breaks down but does not decompose Plastic Wrap over 1000yrs What happens when you despose of it? biodegradable decomposes in two months, this is equvilent to a leaf. releases no harmful edmissions will not effect wild life Why Choose Wax Paper? toxic or not Manufacturing process We chose Wax Paper because it decomposes quickly, almost at the rate of a leaf. It is reuseable and non-toxic. The fact that it is non-toxic makes it safe to cook with. It also has a non-harmful production process. Compared to aluminum foil and plastic wrap, Wax paper out-does the two in three major categories; This is why we think Wax paper is the best choice. Decomposition Why we chose Wax Paper By: Mike Moroney and Mac Korab By Mike Moroney and Mac Korab It is non-toxic but it will melt if heated over 50 degrees and enter into your food. This will not harm you but on occasions your food will taste funny. Cooking with Wax paper
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