Transcript: Thank you for listening to my year 8 Formal presentation In English earlier this year we had to create an advertising campaign about an addiction. I choose to make an anti-smoking campaign. I had to create a eye catching poster and a billboard notice. English In S.O.S.E we have learned a tremendous amount about medieval battles like the "Sack of Rome". We learned how many people died and what or who started the battle. I created a battle scene with play-dough. I did this with a group of 3 other people: Sidney Dale, Craig Fry and Tyler Harrington. Formal Presentation Technology This year in Technology we created a wooden box with exact measurements. If we made a mistake we had to cut out a whole new piece. The End My Achievements this year S.O.S.E This year I have learned a great amount and better yet I have achieved many things. For example, I have passed all my subjects, i got 3 'A-'s in Drama and a 'B' in Science. I feel like I've accomplished a lot this year By Monty Warner
Transcript: Instruction is given in the native language of the students There is little use of the target language for communication. The focus is on grammatical-parsing, that is the forms and inflections of words. There is early reading of difficult texts. A typical exercise is to translate sentences from the target language into the mother tongue (or vice versa). The result of this approach is usually an inability on the part of the student to use the language for communication. The teacher does not have to be able to speak the target language fluently. Audiolingual method Vocabulary is severely controlled and limited in the initial stages. A great effort is made to prevent learner errors. Language is often manipulated without regard to meaning or context The teacher must be proficient only in the structures, vocabulary, and other aspects of the language that he or she is teaching, since learning activities and materials are carefully controlled. "Stand up!" "Sit down!" Learners demonstrate comprehension by doing the appropriate level physical action as required. New structures and vocabulary are introduced this way for an extended time. When learners are ready to speak, they begin to give each other commands. Only the target language is used. The goal of language teaching is the learners' ability to communicate in the target language. Content of language course will include social functions and they are as important as linguistic features. Content is academic or job-related material, which becomes the course focus with language learning as a simultaneous concern. Students regularly work in groups or pairs to transfer and negotiate meaning in situations in which one person has information that the other(s) lack. Students often engage in role play or dramatization to adjust their use of the target language to different situations. Authentic tasks and projects presented Skills are integrated from the beginning: an activity might include reading, speaking, listening, and also writing Teacher's role is primarily to facilitate communication and secondarily to correct errors. The teacher should be able to use the target language fluently and appropriately. Lesson beings with dialogues. Mimicry and memorization are used based on the assumption that language learning is habit formation. Grammatical structures are sequenced and rules are taught inductively (through planned exposure). Skills are sequenced: first listening and speaking are taught; reading and writing are postponed. Accurate pronunciation is stressed from the beginning. The communicative approach Does anyone remember SHINE orientation ? The direct method Language teaching methods Grammar-translation approach No use of the mother tongue is permitted (i.e., the teacher does not need to know the students' native language). Lessons begin with dialogues and anecdotes in modern conversational style. Actions and pictures are used to make meanings clear. Grammar is learned inductively (i.e., by repeated exposure to language in use, not through rules about forms). Literary texts are read for pleasure and are not analyzed grammatically. The target culture is also taught inductively. The teacher must be a native speaker or have native-like proficiency in the target language. Total Physical Response Choose a TESOL-related topic you are familiar with & talk about it (3-4 minutes ) FORMAL PRESENTATION The teacher gives command
Transcript: Presented by TRISTAN TAGGART THANK YOU! DESTRUCTION 1 Implosion One of the earliest documented attempts at building implosion was the 1773 razing of Holy Trinity Cathedral in Waterford, Ireland with 150 pounds of gunpowder, a huge amount of explosives at the time. (Not Picutred) 2 Ball & Crane Some ball and crane may use a magnet to hold the large steel ball. The magnet is deactivated at a certain point releasing the ball causing to fly towards the building. This method is performed uncorrectly can lead to injury as the ball can be wildly unpredictable. 3 4 It really does live up to it's name doesn't it? High Reach Arm
Transcript: A Simulation Determine the number of each parameters Assumption: photosynthesis competence A (2) Xa Ya B (4) Xb Yb Each character has different advantage: Xb>Xa>0 Ya>Yb>0 -5 -5 -1 -1 -1 -1 EARTH WAR Balance the power of A & B -5 -5 -1 -1 -1 -1 -3 Parasite chooses host (the first day) 0 0 0 0 0 8 Based on math principles 3rd Day (Extreme) The 2nd rule: If the total photosynthesis is greater than the total competence, the game will last a very long time. Therefore, we set the parameters under the rule of total photosynthesis is less than the total competence. simplify Plant A +1 They tried to reduce the use of electricity and carbon production to solve this plight. Also some of the food is produced artificially synthesized under chemical reactions. However the efficiency and effect are not high enough. Lead game to the end Moreover the carbon production would be reduced significantly. -3 BGO and cell phone needed NIGHT Interaction Between People INDEX 20% Extreme All HP -3 Maths Principle 1st Night -5 -5 -3 -1 -1 -1 Q&A 1 1 3 2 2 2 30% Sunny Normal LET'S START!!! Plant/Parameters A B P Original HP 7 9 X Photosynthesis 1 2 X Competence -5 -1 -1 Threshold (death) 0 0 X (Xa+Ya):(Xb+Yb)=2:1 Xa+Ya=2(Xb+Yb) All limitions: Xb>Xa>0 Ya>Yb>0 Xa+Ya=2(Xb+Yb) Ya+2Yb>Xa+2Xb Xa+2Xb=5 Finally, we set the parameters as follow: photosynthesis competence A (2) Xa=1 Ya=5 B (4) Xb=2 Yb=1 -1-1-1 3rd Night input <= total HP decrease Announce HP of each participants +1 Gameplays Adding achievements into the game Modification on characters Different game mode Technical A.I. control while player is disconnected 0 0 2 0 2 8 7 7 9 9 9 9 Parasite Ya+2Yb>Xa+2Xb Maths Principle Only one member Extract water and nutrient from the hosts No need for photosynthesis Manipulate a plant and change the parameters to keep competitiveness Development & Further Development simplify -2-1-1 Add HP by photosynthesis -3 Offline Card-based Different countries have different views on the choices of injection. Therefore the world is split into three allies. They compete with each other and aim to survive. +2 They become blind and less sensitive after the injection of plant genetic. Therefore they cannot identify who would be their allies or enemies. Fear and distrust are spread all over the world. Earth is not safe anymore. They need to find a way to solve this problem --Communication and discussion on their identities become the essential part of their daily lives -1 1 1 3 2 2 2 Notice 3 2 5 2 5 11 Three rules to determine 2Ya+4Yb>2Xa+4Xb Meet Our Characters MORNING Plant A (2) (2Xa+4Xb)*30%+1*6*10%=0*6*10%+3*6*20% Need License? 4Yb-2Xa =2Ya-4Xb However, it brings side effects to human... -5 Weather 40% Cloudy Suspend Online Internet-access Plant B Inspiration & Intention The 3rd rule： Because the probablity of each weather is different, we choose adjusting the photosynthesis of A and B to make the influence of weather fair. Training Logical Thinking!!! 4 6 6 7 10 11 -5 3 5 3 5 8 9 Balance the influence of weather 1 1 2 2 2 2 Inspiration & Intention Parasite (1) 1 1 3 2 2 2 +(-1) 10% Rainy All HP +1 Choose ROSE as the injection Larger family members Peaceful, do not want to have a war with other plant or parasite But, few small prickles on the underside of the stem for defensive usage in term of defensive GE2101 CREATIVE PROJECT +3 Social Networking Platform Mobile Game Background Story Connection +2 +2 Plants compete for nutrients BGO and cell phone needed 2nd Night 1 1 3 2 2 2 Lam Chun Hin 53078413 Fung Man Ho Kelvin 53080863 Qian Yang 54017927 Sun Borui 53545449 Yang Ye 54019736 Chan Lok Kuen 53093489 So Tsz Chung 53091331 -5 -5 -2 -1 -1 -1 -1 Parameters In 2100, global warming becomes the major concern of the whole world which affects the food production and living environment significantly. -3 Xa+2Xb=5 It is quite successful since human could now make their food by photosynthesis with the sunlight. IT IS TOO LATE TO CHANGE Time -5 -5 -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 Security THANK YOU 2nd Day (Sunny) Parasite uses its special skill -3 Scientists from different countries tried every method to save the world and human beings. +1 Technical Problems Plant B (4) 1 1 3 2 2 2 Player 4th Day (Roses Win) The 1st rule: To make sure the power of A and B is fair, the total competence of B minus the total photosynthsis of A is equal to the total competence of A minus the total photosynthsis of B. simplify Choose SUNFLOWER as the injection Smaller family members Try to compete for nutrition to increase their populations Intend to start a war to conquer the world +(-1) Victory one species left Inspiration & Intention Maths Principle Inspiration & Intention Spread character card (with parameters ) Therefore another extreme method is used for the “solution”. -- Genetic Engineering, to inject the genetic of plants to human bodies. Inspiration & Intention Background Story Meet Our Characters Game Procedure A Simulation Maths Principle Development & Further Development -5 -5 -2 -1 -1 -1
Transcript: Having knowledge, skills, and self-beliefs Improved with years of experience Whether the majority of the time is spent doing counseling Extent of counseling skill usage** How do dietitians communicate? What does a clinical dietitian do? Imagine... The word dietetics originates from the Greek word diaita, meaning "way of life" Work to cure and prevent diseases Educate Nutrition support Between practitioners Patient not understanding condition or treatment Language barriers Non-English speaking Deaf/Mute Uniquely qualified for role of nutrition communicator Skilled listener, translator of theoretical information and abstract ideas into concrete actions and practical skills for clients Avoid errors and mistakes Relates to the success of patient Proper communication can save lives Other health practitioners Nurses Assistants Patients Insurance companies Earn their trust by really listening to their specific needs, and by meeting the customer where they seek information (social media) to validate oneself as a credible source of information and valuable tool Many do counseling Counseling Self-efficacy: dietitian’s beliefs/ judgments about his/her ability to perform counseling-related behaviors Phone In person Emails Faxes Direct, clear communication Each person differs Ask questions if needed Let other person ask questions Direct answer but remembering to be empathetic Types of communication Team members Patient Students DTR Good and bad communication A physical therapist is... How can counseling self-efficiency be improved? Any Problems with these forms? An expert in the field of food and nutrition someone who knows food composition and understands the various factors that affect food choices and the relationship of these factors to health and diseases Facts By: Kaitlin Chouinard, Gaby Jimenez, and Kristin Campbell How? Who does a clinical dietitian communicate with daily? The Importance of Dietitians A therapist who treats injury or dysfunction through exercises and other physical treatments of the disorder How do health professionals communicate with clients Avoiding problems The Dietitian Problems in communicating Communication is not just talking and writing, it is body language as well Daily communication Most important clinical communication skills are... 1. developing the ability to allow the patient to speak without interruption 2. the ability to truly hear what the patient is trying to say 3. attending to the clients psychological and emotional needs Emails Faxes Care notes Presentations Phone calls In person Communicate clearly with personalized information Must cater to the need of the clients by listening to their goals and motivations first, and then making recommendations based on the complex and individual needs of each that are “actionable” and attainable Taste, price, convenience, healthfulness During a study, researchers found that providers talked more than patients by 49.5% Communication Within Physical Therapy and Nutrition
Transcript: An event to bring the sisters together for a fun night and for the New Member Class and the sisters to get to know each other better. Great for home decorations and gifts with special messages attached Sisterhood Sisters connected through rituals, philanthropic causes, and their values. Most rewarding aspect of sorority. Having “unconditional” friends who goes through ups and downs together. sharing a bond that lasts a lifetime. To not only share a bond with sisters within the chapter, but with all the sisters in all the chapters across the country Fall 2015 New Member Class -SNOOPy, lingérie, Chi-Po, FLUSH, TWiZZLE We went to Alley Pond Park located in Queens to lend our helping hand to the community by maintaining trees that are part of MillionTreesNYC. MillionTreesNYC is a project to plant one million trees around the city to increase the city's urban forest. We helped remove invasive plants and vegetation that was hindering the growth of baby trees and put in a new layer of mulch for the tree to grow with better soil, hopefully growing stronger and bigger. Service We hosted a bra decorating event for Breast Cancer Awareness and also participated and helped cheer people on during the Breast Cancer Awareness Walk We were able to fully appreciate the satisfaction of philanthropy and the importance of having the capability and motivation to do so We’ve learned that we can make a difference no matter how small the scale of our efforts, each event was a step closer to achieving higher goals and a learning experience Community Service with New Member Class Asian American Awareness Philanthropy Dim Sum For our cultural awareness event, we hosted an evening filled with dim sum followed by the lighting of sky laterns. On every sky latern, sisters were asked to make a wish, and by setting the sky lantern afloat, hopefully their wishes will come true. DIY Bra Being Americans now should not change where we came from. We should embrace our ancestors and all they did for us. Learn more about our culture everyday DIY Galaxy Jars alpha Kappa Delta Phi is a non-profit organization with one of its goals is to give back to the community as much as they can. By gathering sisters whenever they can, sisters use their skills and go out to try their best to contribute their time and effort in anyway to keep the community a better place for everyone to live in. Events range from participating in walks, for example the Avon Breast Cancer walk, or raising money for some cause, or cleaning up the streets and strive to be environmentally friendly and kind to the planet that gives us life. BCA Walk During the process, we were given the opportunity each week to have five hours of undisturbed study. Though at first I had thought it was needless, but over the weeks I looked forward to each study hour session Sisters gave me motivation and advice during the process, we not only wanted to achieve and do our best for ourselves but also for those who’ve supported us Scholarship is important because it is something that can tie us all together and it is a common goal we all share I’ve also learned that it is completely possible to balance both school and outside activities as long as one never gives up Though we may sometimes fail, it is in scholarship that we learn from our mistakes and try again Scholarship White Coat Ceremony Sky Lanterns Leadership Our Journey Cultural Awareness Night Chi-Po's (n) - the action of leading a group of people or an organization Every event hosted by New Member Class was a form of leadership Skills needed: social, speaking, organization, confidence Why is it necessary? Professional world How? Through the promotion of philanthropy, scholastic excellence, and Asian awareness in the community
Transcript: Formal Presentations Preparation & Content Structure Visual aids Questions Delivery Grammar Presentation Practice Choose a topic of interest to you. Choose your topic very carefully, do you know it well. Is it of interest to a general audience or can you convince us to be interested. Be interested in your topic, like it. If you are not interested we won’t be either. Know your subject. Research your topic. When you think you have done enough research do a little more. From all your research narrow down to the most important/interesting points. Know more than you talk about. Leave out boring or technical stuff. Introduction Body of presentation Summary Conclusion Introduce yourself briefly. In general people like to know who is this person I am sitting listening to. Introduce your topic, tell us what you are going to talk about. Why you chose this topic. Outline the main points, the sub headings of your talk. In the body of the presentation you make your main points. This should be broken into logical points and paragraphs. Keep sentences short. Pick a point and tell us about it, then move to the next point and tell us about it. If you are giving a history of a topic normally this is done chronologically. If you are listing pros and cons list them separately, don’t mix them up, be logical. Mark where you want to use slides, audio/visual sources. In the summary briefly tell us the main points you wanted to get across. What were the main points on which you wanted us to focus. Be brief. In your conclusion briefly tell us about future developments, actions, recommendations, conclusions you have drawn from your research. Thank the audience for listening. With powerpoint things will look different on a big screen than on the computer Be careful with colour combinations Some coloured backgrounds are hard to read, like blue print on a red background and vice versa Must be relevant Should have very few words Use a legible font rather than a fancy script that is difficult to read. Use at least size 20 font, it must be seen from a distance. Use no more than 3 a minute – we will get dizzy looking at them flying on and off the screen. Leave them up long enough for people to read. Make sure all spellings and grammar are correct. Grammar and spelling Introduce yourself. Breathe, if you feel very nervous, stop and take a breath. Stick to your plan, if it was ok for the last few weeks it will be fine on the day and certainly better than suddenly making up a whole new presentation. Appearance – be neat, tidy and clean, respect your audience and they will not be distracted by your appearance. In general people in conversation drop intonation at the end of a sentence and words are swallowed, keep the sentence going right to the end. Pronounce each word separately to avoid swallowing words. Articulate each word. Take your time and speak slowly, if you are nervous there is a general tendency to rush. Speak up a little all the time, aim a bit louder than normal conversation. Pause after each topic, this helps the audience know the paragraph breaks. Do not spend the whole time facing a screen if you are making a presentation Face the audience – you should know the information on the screen Questions are a compliment, even if they seem difficult. They show that you have managed to engage the audience in your topic. The more difficult or aggressive the question the more you have personally engaged the participant in the presentation so well done. Think up possible questions in Treat all questioners politely, no matter how rude or aggressive they are. You should thank them for their question and reply to the best of your ability. If you know the answer give it briefly. If you do not know the answer say so and move on or offer to find out and get back to the person. You are not expected to be a walking encyclopaedia. Listen to the question, hear it out to the end. Check back with the questioner, ‘does this answer your question?’ Practise This is a presentation so spelling and grammar will not be as important as a written report but try to check possible grammar problems and avoid them. All slides and overheads should be correct. Voice: Questions Structure: Eye contact Summary Using powerpoint Research Preparation and content: Body of presentation Delivery: Introduction
Transcript: What did i do? Design and technology. What skills did i learn? Sose In home economics we cooked a lot of yummy foods healthy and unhealthy. The thing i enjoyed cooking was the chocolate rainbow cake. The best thing about home Economics is eating the good food after we have cooked it. BY Jaimi Williams How did i learn it? I learnt it by: Reading and learning the recipe. Finding out what i need and how much i need. Cooking it step by step with Ms Turpin. Then in my book writing the reflection questions. Year 8 Formal Presentation! Learning how to use tools is good for when you need to fix something. To know about the safety when using the tools and machines in the design tech room. What did i do? So we know how to cook later in life. To make sure we know how to use an oven, microwave etc. To use equipment safely. Why did I learn these things? Some of the skills i learnt were: How to be safe in a kitchen To be more confident in my cooking. How to cook with other people and share the work load. I learn it because its good to know about the things that have happened before i was on the Earth. I learn how to look up information on the internet and that books are also a good source to get information. Home Economics (Cooking) Hope you enjoy:) How did i learn it? In sose we did a poster for the school's centenary, which has just passed. I worked with one of my best friends, Baylee Tahu, to learn about the 1980's. We had to find out information on the computers about the 1980's then make it into a poster. I learn it by going on the internet and doing research about the 1980's. Mr Wilson was a big help because he knew a lot about the 80's. Looking at books was really good: i found a lot of information that i needed. The End Thankyou for taking time to watch and listen to my formal presentation. I hope you enjoyed it. How did i learn it? Why did i learn it? Why did i learn it? First we had to learn how to use all the tools and machines so we didn't hurt ourselves. When Mr Coghlin told us to draw it in our book to we got an idea of what it looks like. It was really good how Mr Coghlin showed us how to do it step by step. It really helped a lot of people. What skills did i learn? What did i do? We made lots of amazing things in design tech like: A wooden bowl, a metal box a photo frame out of plastic. But the one thing that stood out to me was the wooden box we made. I learnt the history and about the 1980's. How to find information about history on the internet.
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