You're about to create your best presentation ever

Free Christian Small Group Powerpoint Presentation Templates

Create your presentation by reusing a template from our community or transition your PowerPoint deck into a visually compelling Prezi presentation.

Group Powerpoint Presentation

Transcript: GROUP POWERPOINT PRESENTATION Inmate at Toronto South Detention Center tests positive for COVID-19 By: Michaela, Jaylynn, Tanya, Tasnim, Lindsay, Victoria Tanya Michaela Jaylynn Victoria Lindsay Tasnim Summary of News Story 1 Ontario reported 100 new cases of COVID-19, along with five more deaths related to the illness earlier on Wednesday March 25th . A statement from the ministry sent out Wednesday said that an inmate at the Toronto South Detention Centre tested positive for COVID-19. The ministry was informed by local public health that the inmate was a possible COVID-19-related case upon admission, and was immediately placed in isolation. All infection prevention steps have been taken by the TSDC, and screening procedures for respiratory illness will continue until further notice. Why did your group choose this story? What about it appealed to the group? 2 As a group we choose this story because it is an human rights issue regarding how actions of others can affect people in a negative way. The topic we choose is a huge world wide issue going on which is called coronavirus also known as covd-19 which does not have any cure as of yet and is spread through contact or it being airborne. This virus appealed to the group because the information is still relevant till this day. No one knows anything more about it other than the symptoms and how it can be spread. This causes concern and appeals because we don't know if having contact with others like touching and talking can have you exposed or if you are a super spreader which is when you have the virus you are able to make 8 people sick at once which leads to health concerns without a cure. Does this story connect to any other current social justice movements/projects happening right now? 3 This story connects to the “flatten the curve” social justice movement because of how we deal and act on behalf of the collective. The inmate that was tested positive for COVID-19 was put into isolation and was “social distancing” from other inmates. Ontario has planned to release certain inmates that are nearing the end of their sentences to curb the risk of further spread of the disease. This in turn will help “flatten the curve”. Identify 2-3 main points about the story that relate to the COURSE CONTENT 4 This story presents us with an enhanced sight of how an outbreak such as COVID-19 and other diseases can affect the lifestyles of many individuals in jails. While being held in jail, it's known for a possible impact of receiving something while being incarcerated. Inmates are and could be at a greater vulnerability to COVID-19, which can be concerning for someone’s health/medical conditions. Ontario institutions have implemented needle exchange programs for inmates to do drugs safely. Measures are being taken for inmates to perform illegal substances and the same should be completed to support and prevent diseases and illnesses during pandemics. Although inmates are a primary concern of the diseases , Correction Officer’s are at risk as well. CO’s have to take precautions when dealing and having interaction with inmates. They have key relationships not only with inmates themselves but also including their co-workers, treatment staff, along with prison administration. Is there another outcome that you think could help change the circumstances of your story? 5 This story can give us a better insight on how jails deal with outbreaks and disease and how they can contain things like this from going any further. Some things that can be implemented in these facilities to decrease the chances of an inmate catching the virus is in cooperating more hand washing breaks as most facilities don’t even have working sinks. The separation of inmates can also be a good way to stop the spread of disease as most people are living on top of eachother in these facilities, separating those with no symptoms, those who are at a higher risk, and those who have symptoms are a good way the spread can be stopped and contained. Finally, fewer people being in these systems or less people entering these facilities at a time is another way it can be prolonged from coming into contact with anyone. What have you learned? 6 This story has taught myself and the rest of my group members that this article is a human rights matter. This article informs us and the public that there has been an inmate at Toronto South detention center that has tested positive for COVID-19 and in currently being isolated to reduce the spread of the virus. Another idea that my group and I have also learned is that there are some people that can be “super spreaders.” Super spreaders are individuals who are a potential risk to everyone else in society. This one individual can make eight people sick at once if they contain the virus. We learned that COVID-19 is called the coronavirus because it is not just one virus, it is a mix of multiple viruses that convert into one and originally unfolded from animals and is possible to concert

Small Group Presentation

Transcript: In Conclusion The narrator portrays her life as being lonely and tiring. She has a mental illness but her husbands disbelief stops her from healing properly. This was written in a time period when men still treated women as if they were lower class and could be controlled. The narrator feels as though the husband dismisses her illness and tries her best to keep him happy by obeying his orders. He even goes so far so to treat her like a child with the manner in which he speaks to her calling her "girl" or "little dear". The narrator is placed in a solitary room by her husband where he requests that she rest at all times. She becomes obsessed with the yellow wall paper on the walls. The obsession becomes so bad she is unable to sleep at night, she sees a woman pushing the wall paper in an attempt to get out. During the day she sees the woman creeping outside her windows. Her obsession turns against the wall paper and she makes an attempt to remove it in order to release the woman underneath. Her husband becomes worried of her actions and attempts to control her. By the end of the story we see the narrator change and the mental illness take over her life. She finally realizes the woman behind the yellow wallpaper is her. She was able to release herself in her mind. This story shows the male and female perspective of mental illness back when women were being oppressed. Theme: Born on July 3, 1860 Additional Comparisons: Women in Economics in (1898) The Home: It's Work and Influence (1903). Does a Man support his Wife (1915). THE YELLOW WALLPAPER JOHNATHAN KING ELISE MARTIN BRITTANY SHOEMAKER 6 Elements of The Yellow Wallpaper As Nora and the Narrator can be compared, so too can their husbands. John and Torvald, coming from similar generations both were controlling men. They had no clue what was really going on with their wives and in the end lost them, though for different reasons. In Contrast: Wrote "The Yellow Wall-Paper" in (1892) The mental illness of the narrator becomes obvious pretty quickly in the short story. Her obsession with the yellow wallpaper, her secretiveness and he final descent into insanity show a woman at her most desperate. Her self-image is poor. Women of all ages and times have struggled with mental illness. Today's women are no different from the times of this story. What we have today that those women didn't have is better detection systems, better education on mental illness and better drugs to help those struggling with depression and anxiety. Not only does the narrator struggle from a mental disorder but her progress seems to be slowed due to the constant need to control her by her husband. The narrator almost seems in a state of depression and is unable to interact or communicate due to her husbands need for her to rest. I saw a strong similarity to our story in Ibsen's, A Doll's House. Nora reminds me a great deal of the Narrator in The Yellow Wallpaper. The controlling husbands are also very similar. Though one woman goes insane, and the other abandons her post, both women are very much products of their time. They feel controlled and ignored and wish for a different life. Setting: Married Charles Stetson in (1884) How the Theme of this literature relates today: Women of the 19th century struggled with their identity. They did not share equal rights with the men around them. Many were treated like second class citizens and were taught from birth about their place in life. Today, women are in a much different place. Women share equal rights with men, and work in the same types of jobs. Women entering the workplace was a big step forward to changing how women see themselves. In most instances women also have taken on different roles in the home as well. Marriages today are much more a partnership of equals than in the 19th century. Women in today's society are still considered more likely than men to develop major depression. Women are no longer as likely to be diagnosed with bi-polar than men. Mental Illness comparisons: Voice and Style: Comparing Works of Literature: The overriding theme here is the role of married women in the 19th century and how they live in their environment. Another theme is the development of mental illness in the women of this era. This story is in the form of a journal entry. Its feel is informal and mixed with words conveying depression, anger, fear and lack of ability to tell those around her of her growing madness. This story is set in the late Nineteenth Century in America at a large rented summer house. A mother, writer, and social activist Charlotte GilMan Plot: A woman, the Narrator, finds herself at a summer home with her husband John. She becomes obsessed with the yellow wallpaper in the house. She is going insane. A woman of the 19th century, she is controlled by her husband. The narrowness of her life causes the obsession with the wallpaper to see a trapped woman who can't get out inside of it. She becomes more and more secretive and possessive

PowerPoint Game Templates

Transcript: Example of a Jeopardy Template By: Laken Feeser and Rachel Chapman When creating without a template... Example of a Deal or No Deal Template PowerPoint Game Templates There are free templates for games such as jeopardy, wheel of fortune, and cash cab that can be downloaded online. However, some templates may cost more money depending on the complexity of the game. Classroom Games that Make Test Review and Memorization Fun! (n.d.). Retrieved February 17, 2017, from Fisher, S. (n.d.). Customize a PowerPoint Game for Your Class with These Free Templates. Retrieved February 17, 2017, from 1. Users will begin with a lot of slides all with the same basic graphic design. 2. The, decide and create a series of questions that are to be asked during the game. 3. By hyper linking certain answers to different slides, the game jumps from slide to slide while playing the game. 4. This kind of setup is normally seen as a simple quiz show game. Example of a Wheel of Fortune Template Games can be made in order to make a fun and easy way to learn. Popular game templates include: Family Feud Millionaire Jeopardy and other quiz shows. Quick video on template "Millionaire" PowerPoint Games Some games are easier to make compared to others If users are unsure whether or not downloading certain templates is safe, you can actually make your own game by just simply using PowerPoint. add logo here References Example of a Family Feud Template PowerPoint Games are a great way to introduce new concepts and ideas You can create a fun, competitive atmosphere with the use of different templates You can change and rearrange information to correlate with the topic or idea being discussed. Great with students, workers, family, etc. For example: With games like Jeopardy and Family Feud, players can pick practically any answers. The person who is running the game will have to have all of the answers in order to determine if players are correct or not. However, with a game like Who Wants to be a Millionaire, the players only have a choice between answers, A, B, C, or D. Therefore, when the player decides their answer, the person running the game clicks it, and the game will tell them whether they are right or wrong.

Small Group Presentation

Transcript: The Comeback The Apex Present Day Throw-Up Easy Most common areas? Very Quick (Lazy) Graffiti- noun. Markings, as initials, slogans, or drawings, written, spray-painted, or sketched on a sidewalk, wall of a building or public restroom, or the like. Differences Famous Graffiti Artists Take their time in private Tawny Hacker Blockbuster Stickers (Slaps) Is Graffiti art?? Piece (Masterpiece) Pompei Very Complex Contains elements non-graffiti artists won't understand New York City Free address labels from Post Office Graffiti as an art form Graffiti Art Heiroglyphs Banksy Origins in Ancient History Adrienne Leding Graffiti Team Pup N' Suds Wildstyle Quick Most Respected Covers Maximum Area in Minimum amount of time Done Quickly Hard to do Illegally (time/effort) Tops of Buildings Freeway Signs Tag Keith Haring Where are they located? Evan Pearson "Hi, my name is" stickers Tag Wildstyle Obey Dangerous Usually 2-3 Colors Can contain Initials/Gang Signs Usually LARGE BLOCK LETTERS Piece Overlapping is EXTREMELY disrespectful Lady Pink Where is it legal? Cameron Wright Questions or Comments? Materials Stencil Heaven Cave Writings Complicated, Extremely Stylized Not Elaborate History Blockbuster Heaven Tracy 168, Stay High 149, Zephyr Simplest form Very Hard-to-Reach location Similarities Bubble Letters Modern Day If the artist was famous would it make it ok? Stickers (Slaps) Graffiti then and now Throw-Up Used to block other writers or cover up other work Chris Wilson Styles More Detail Mr. Brainwash How are they used? At Least 3 Colors Stencil What are they? John Bolay Canvas

Small group Presentation

Transcript: OUTSIDERS Lydia, Holly, and Scoty Our Argument Differences and sameness are both strengths - Outcast come in all shapes, sizes, color, etc. - Differences and sameness are both strengths -Differences put people apart from one another, and lead them on their own paths to success. -Sameness can help guide people through adversity and can provide a shared success. -These were shown in Revnge of The Geeks & Encountruing The Other The Dolls House - The Kelveys don't allow others to change them - They don't let others who think they are outcasts bring them down - They don't change because of what others think of them - They continued to live there lives without caring about others opinions - Summary The Doll’s house by Katherine Mansfield talks about a wealthy family who has a doll house. The Bernell girls would brag about their new doll house to their friends at school. Until the younger sister invited Lil Kelvey who was from a lower-class family which was prohibited because they were poor. The dolls house EVIDENCE TEXT "Nudging, giggling together, the little girls pressed close. And the two who stayed outside the ring were the two who were always outside," (Mansfeild 203) - This shows that when they are with others they just do there own thing and don't worry about what others think. PICTURES PICTURES Revenge of the Geeks Revenge ot the geeks Summary -"Revenge of the Geeks" by Alexandra Robbins talks about the authors personal experience observing and analyzing the behaviors students. Specifically, how they turn their experiences on bulling and being called the "geek of the school" in their lifes in the futre. -Outcasts= The people who were considered "Geeks" -It strengthens them because they gave examples of known people who are now very successful when they were considered outsiders in school. PICTURE EVIDENCE “Taylor Swift's classmates left the lunch table as soon as she's sat down because they disdained taste for country music. Last year, the Grammy winner was the nature of the top-selling record artist”(Robbins 225). TEXT Conclusion Conclusion -Differences and sameness are both strengths -Sameness can help guide people through adversity and can provide a shared success. -Differences put people apart from one another, and lead them on their own paths to success. -The Kelveys allowed their classmates to make fun of them but they didnt change becasue of some kids. -Geeks are the people who are precived as weird and diffent but that factor and those characterists do not hinder their ablity to find sucess in life. Resources Pictures Resources Haston, Chris. Class of '99: The cast of Freaks and Geeks Times by Eliana Docketrmen October 15, 2014 11:26 AM EDT Geek-Famous Personalites The Content Geek Girl bullies APRIL 01, 2013 rantings_of_a_creole_prin/2013/04/girl-bullies.html Book Reasources Robbins, Alexandrea. “The Revenge of the Geeks.” MyPerspectives, edited by Savvas Learning Company, 2017, Pages 225-227. Mansfield, Katherine. “The Doll's House.” MyPerspectives, edited by Savvas Learning Company, 2017, Pages 201-207. Pt.2

FREE Prezi Templates

Transcript: prezi download free,free prezi desktop templates,free dow…,prezi templates 3d,prezi templates free download for windows,plantillas prezi,free version of prezi,prezi desktop free download,plantillas prezi gratis,prezi free sign up,prezi templates science,prezi templates buy,template prezi gratis,prezi templates best,free prezi templates for business,free prezi templates 3d,prezi templates free download,prezi free account,prezi presentation example, free,prezi free download,free prezi account,free download prezi,free prezi templates download,prezi sign up for free,prezi free,is prezi free, sign up for free,free prezi presentation templates download,download free prezi,prezi free version,free prezi presentation templates,prezi themes,free prezi download,download prezi for free,free prezi powerpint tempates,prezi themes free,free prezi,free prezi templates for teachers,prezi templates 3d free,prezi templates for techers,free prezi background templates,prezi presentation examples download,prezi for free,best prezi examples,best free prezi templates,prezi templates nulled Creative Cube Climb to Success Angry Birds Prezi Blue Circles Prezi Resume Template A Few Things About Me and many more Prezi Templates on: FREE PREZI TEMPLATES World Map free prezi templates use 50% off coupon "iliketozoom" on all premium templates Magnet Template and view our Recent Templates below this Prezi Happy Zooming!

Small Group Presentation

Transcript: Tyler Brandy/ Roselyn Buenrostro You are the Electric Boogaloo/Just Be Yourself Introduction Introduction In this prezi, you will learn about Verb moods. As you watch this prezi you will slowly start to understand the definition of verb moods and the different kinds of moods as well as how they are used by an author in their stories. Types of Verb Moods Verb Moods - a classification that indicates the author's or speakers tone/attitude Indicative Moods Indicative Moods - it states a fact, opinion or an idea Example:Joe plays outside. (This states a fact.) Imperative Moods Imperative Moods -giving a command or request Ex.Go clean your room(this is a command to clean) Interrogative Moods Interrogative Mood -Asking a question Ex: How was your day?(this is asking a question about your day) -Indicating a state that will cause something else to happen Conditional Mood Conditional Moods Ex.If you were here, you could have done it.(indicating that something else could have happened.) -A wish,a hope,a request,or demand. Subjunctive Mood Subjunctive Moods Ex.I wish my friends were here to see this.(this is a wish) Examples of verb moods in the Story Examples of verb moods in the Stories Conditional Indicative Indicative Mood You Are The Electric Boogaloo "dancing is not a crime" (states his opinion on dancing) "In fact you're not even that bad" (states his opinion to his old dancing) Just Be Yourself "Librarians aren't as bad as they seem" (states her opinion on librarians) "I know they seem like just another fad,but trust me ,they're better than you think"(states her opinion on the harry potter books.) Imperative Imperative Mood "Keep at it!"( he wants to keep pushing himself.) "Just relax keep dancing"(tells himself to be calm) You are the Electric Boogaloo Just Be Yourself "Just remember always be yourself"( She reminds herself to never change herself for anybody). "Don't be so down in the dumps about it"(tells herself to not be sad) You Are The Electric Boogaloo Interrogative Mood Interrogative "would you be a professional break dancer now?"(he asked a question about his dancing) "would you be a rich banker" (he asked a question about being a banker) Just Be Yourself "you don't feel like you really fit in,do you?"(she asked a question about how she feels) "let me ask you,how's it all working out?"(she asked how she is doing) "what are you reading anyways?"(she asked what she is reading.) You are a Electric Boogaloo Conditional Mood "Maybe you will be discovered"(tells himself that there can be a chance that he will become famous) "You have some friends in the cafeteria that you could sit with"(indicates the she might just sit with her friends if she wants to) Just Be Yourself You Are The Electric Boogaloo Subjunctive Mood Subjective "just go to sleep kid,and get ready for the next dance."(he wants him to go to sleep) Just be Yourself "I hope you don't mind if I sit with you for a minute" (she hopes to be allowed to sit with her) Denotation, connotation & figurative language (authors use these to make their writings more interesting) Denotation, connotation & figurative -the definition from the dictionary or the literal definition. Denotation Denotation Ex: Cat-a small domesticated carnivorous mammal with soft fur, a short snout, and retractable claws. - is to use a word for a different meaning than its actual meaning. Connotation Connotation Ex: The word blue is the definition of the color blue but can also be used to describe someone who is sad.(She's feeling blue) -takes an ordinary statement and makes it more interesting. Figurative Figurative Ex. Instead of saying "Its raining" you can say "its raining cats and dogs" to let readers know that it is raining hard. Now please go to google classroom go to the small group learning assignment,head to the comments and press on the google forms under Tyler's name and answer the questions on it. This Is The End Of This Prezi Google Forms

Now you can make any subject more engaging and memorable