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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: Doug: the ultimate goal It's Game Time! Dynamic The black sheep effect refers to the tendency of group members to judge likeable ingroup members more positively, and then deviant ingroup members more negatively than comparable out group members. Treating people outside of the group better then this member that is in the group. Roles in the Movie Clear Goal Cooperative Goal Asserts himself more and more as the group gets closer and closer to achieving their goal. Represents the 4 C's of the Goal Alan: the new guy/outsider Challenging Goal Serves as the Stabilizer for Alan's inclusion in the group Conclusion Phil: the leader Return the tiger. Kristen Fondren Siera Hanson Only character with an arc. The Hangover Get money to get Doug back. Charismatic Phil makes the decisions and convinces other to follow. Examples: upgrading suite to villa and forcing Stu to pay for it, sneaking onto roof of hotel. Find Carlos' parents. Extroverted About the Movie Invades on the group norm and tries to fit in Keeps getting turned down throughout the movie by Stew, Doug, and Phil Might have started the cause of the whole movie with the first toast on top of the hotel Common goal was his fault. The Black Sheep Effect Generates Primary Tension Alan is accepted by the group. video The outsider of the group/new guy Find "their best friend", Doug. Meek and dorky. Most conservative of the group. Lauren Smith Steven Fitzsimmons Phil is the leader of the group. Brian Smith Halston Harris Everyone get into your groups Each group gets one puzzle The group to complete the game and hand it in first wins! The maximum amount of time is 5 minutes Winning group gets candy! He becomes the leader because he possess power. Stu Ultimately figures out where Doug is and achieves the goal. Creates a negative group climate at first by rejecting Alan. Attractive Has the most added stakes compared to the rest of the group. Group members include Doug, Phil, Stu, and Alan. Find their car. Other members look to Phil for ideas to accomplish goals. The outcast of the group who does not meet the group norm. Usually left out, made fun of, and not excepted by the group.In this case… Identification with the group Devil's Advocate. Phil's Power Helps create a "We Oriented" cohesive type of group. The movie ends with accomplishing the common goal which is finding Doug and getting him to his wedding. Alan Phil Doug Phil easily influences the group because of his qualities: Phil takes charge during the search for Doug. (Talks with the Doctor, negotiates with cops) Stu Main purpose for the group being in Las Vegas. Stu: devil's advocate video Commitment to Goal Goals throughout the movie: The group finds out what happened during the previous night by finding the camera.

Small Group Presentation

Transcript: Activate Big Ideas Big Idea #1: Think from inside out...not outside in Conventional Wisdom: Take care of the inside first Reality: Become inwardly focussed and stagnant Ask right question; How do we get new people to sign up? Big Idea #2: Think Larger...Not Smaller Conventional Wisdom: Small Groups lead to more intmacy, deeper relationships and more signifacant spiritual growth Reality: Groups with 7 or fewer are difficult to lead, more likely to fail...groups 12-15 people are more effective More likely to sign up for larger groups Not everyone signs up shows up Small means more work Minimize the wierdo factor All up to 20 sign up for a group < 8 Danger Zone Big Idea #3: Think friends...not intamacy Conventional Wisdom: Small groups are a place where intimate relationships are formed. Don't force intimacy Reality: Small groups are a place where friendships are formed Activate Principal: Allow casual friendships to develop without feeling a need to force intimacy Structure for Success Have specific Begining and ending dates Group Leaders know what a win is - bible is applied in a practical way. Teach to grow not teach to know Promote groups as a social space - a safe place to meet new poeple, make friends and grow in faith & have fun Big Idea #4 Short Term...Not Long Term Conventional Wisdom: Small Groups should last 18 months Reality: The ideal length for small groups is 10-12 weeks Seven Advantages to Time-Bound Groups 1. Clear begining and ending date 2. Easier for people to make short term commitments 3. Allow time for group promotion 4. Easier for new people to come in at begining 5. More group options-topics each semester 6. Matches life cadence 7. Allows for the growth that comes from stress and release cycle Big Idea#5: Think Promotion Months...Not Ongoing Sign Ups Convetional Wisdom: Small group sign-ups should be ongoing so people can get involved with a group at any time Reality: A shorter, focused sign-up period increases samll-group participation and excitement Big Idea#6: Think Church of Small Groups...Not with Small Groups Conventional Wisdom: Small Groups are just one of many programs that the church offers to its attenders Reality: Small groups are exxpenentially more effective when they stand alone, rather than having to compete with other church programs ROLES AND RESPONSIBLITIES DETAILED CALENDAR WHAT DO YOU DO NOW? Complete the registration form online Pray for participation Prepare for kickoff week 1 of October Calendarize key events 2009 227 In Group 102 Ave Wkly 2008 2008 NC Small Groups 2008 & 2009 New Community Small Group Strategy 2009 Small Group Curriculum Guide

PowerPoint Game Templates

Transcript: Example of a Jeopardy Template By: Laken Feeser and Rachel Chapman When creating without a template... http://www.edtechnetwork.com/powerpoint.html https://www.thebalance.com/free-family-feud-powerpoint-templates-1358184 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 http://people.uncw.edu/ertzbergerj/msgames.htm Fisher, S. (n.d.). Customize a PowerPoint Game for Your Class with These Free Templates. Retrieved February 17, 2017, from https://www.thebalance.com/free-powerpoint-games-for-teachers-1358169 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 https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Wheel-of-Riches-PowerPoint-Template-Plays-Just-Like-Wheel-of-Fortune-383606 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. http://www.free-power-point-templates.com/deal-powerpoint-template/ 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: Small group not only lets teachers reach every student but it allows them to have one on one time with the students and really get to know them better as learners. Small groups allow the shy introverted students a chance to shine and show what they can do. Educators can take the assessments and use those to work more with some students and let others to show how independent they can be. To make sure the students truly gain the most out of their group takes planning and setting up. When teaching to a whole group a teacher is only reaching at most 50% of their students the others are either bored, they don't understand and don't want to ask, or they are just off in their own world. The Key to student success! Pacing lets the teacher to differentiate the teaching. Group A may need the first section of the workbook, but Group B may be ready for the second workbook. Small Groups allow for groups to work at different paces. The teacher is able to work on specific skill in groups where as in whole group it wouldn't be as easy to teach to everyone's abilities. Small groups benefit everyone! Students gain not only academic skills but, life skills as well. Placement of the students is one of the more important steps in creating a functional small group. Small groups benefit everyone! Teachers can assess their students better a small group setting. The students are gaining confidence in themselves and their work. Students are starting to rely more on themselves and peers rather than going to their teacher for every question. Students who work in small groups are more likely to use academic journal articles, textbooks as well as other tools. They get into there learning. Students will be sitting together on the floor, sharing chairs to work together. The motivate each other. McGraw Hill states that "Small-group instruction provides direct and differentiated listening, speaking, reading, thinking, and writing instruction for children with similar developmental needs." Students are placed in their groups by their academic levels. By being placed with similar skills the students can help each other to achieve more than on their own. Now the teacher can spend important time with one group at a time. Statics show students working in small groups really do gain more from their education. Students will gain confidence emotionally, intellectually, and academically because they feel capable while developing necessary skills based on their levels and pace of learning. Small Group Instruction! In order to get the right placement is to do prior assessment. Dibels and other classroom assessments like bench mark test and unit tests are used all to help judge where a student would best succeed.

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. -dictionary.com 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

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