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Transcript: Quotes: “After all is said and done, what is life anyway? Aren’t we all going to die in the end? I believe life is only worth living if, while we are on this earth, we can do honorable things.” “Love is like a flame; it burns itself out eventually,” "Wouldn’t we be happier," she thought, "if we could rid ourselves of the old conventions or shrug off the chains binding us to our past? If we could only do that, we’d be happier, more independent.” Theme: Never give up hope. Even when things look bad, they can always get better. Summary: As the daughter of one of Turkey’s last Ottoman pashas, Selva could win the heart of any man in Ankara. Yet out of everyone, she wanted Rafael Alfandari, the Jewish son of an esteemed court physician. In defiance of their families, they marry, fleeing to Paris to build a new life. Upsetting her father so much, he tried to commit suicide. But when the Nazis invade France, Selva and Rafael will go through war, politics, even religious disputes, and somehow keep together the bonds of family. Soon after they learned that Selva was trapped in France, a handful of brave Turkish diplomats hatch a plan to bring hundreds of innocents, many of whom are Jewish, to safety. Together, they must traverse a war-torn continent, crossing enemy lines and risking everything in a desperate bid for freedom. From Ankara to Paris, Cairo, and Berlin, and finally, to Istanbul. Slide 9 Setting: The time of World War II, Europe. (mostly in Turkey and France) Main Characters: Selva: Youngest daughter of Macit. Sabiha: Wife of Macit. Macit: One of the turkish's last pashas (Turkish officer of high rank) Rafail: A jew and husband of Selva. Review: I personally did not like this book. But if you are the person who is into books about a loving adventure, than I would recommend this book to you. Slide 6 Conflict: Individual vs. society: Selva was forced to leave Turkey with her husband to escape religous persecution. Individual vs. Individual: The Nazis are attacking France and other places, making many Jews move away to a safer area. Slide 5 Slide 3 Vocab: pashas: the title of a Turkish officer of high rank. Historical Fiction Powerpoint Slide 2 Slide 4 Slide 8 Book Name: Last Train To Istanbul Author: Ayse Kulin Name:Evan Poole Block: 1 Slide 1 Slide 7

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Transcript: Presented by Miriam Gomez Emmeline Pankhurst early life Emmeline Pankhurst was born on July 15, 1858 in Manchester, England and died on June 14,1928 Daugter of merchants with political activity backgrounds Sophia Jane Crane and Robert Goulden had 11 other children but sadly one died. During her childhood she fell in love with theater, drama and books which she later used in socical activism. Early life Education Education Although she had a love for books she was never given an education until she found the women suffrage group. At the age of 14 she became part of the women sufrage group She later went to Paris to attend school there, where she learned the basics. Personal Life Emmeline later married Richard Pankhurst who supported her throughout the years. She had 5 kids but sadly one died Once her children were older they became part of their mother's Union. Personal life Famous Years Famous Years Pankhusrt first gained attention by creating Women's Social and Polictical Union. It was an only women group because they were not allowed to attend political meetings with men. The group gained a reputation for increasingly militant - often violent - acts, which included cutting telephone lines, attacking the home of Chancellor David Lloyd George, sending letter bombs and chaining themselves to railings. Influencial Influential Emmeline is known for fighting for voting rights. she'd do anything to get attention she would go to jail but would hunger-strike to get out After the cold war some women were granted voting rights That just made Pankhurst fight harder In 1928 parliament passed the Representation of the People (equal franchise) act 1928, which gave women equal votes with men. She died 18 days before the law passed over. Victory Victory Emmeline Pankhurst was a feminist activist and an influencial woman during her time.She inspired others to fight for other rights and created many feminist around the world. "Men make the moral code and they expect women to accept it."-Emmeline Pankhurst "We are here, not because we are law-breakers; we are here in our efforts to become law-makers." - Emmeline Pankhurst Power Power

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Transcript: H I S T O R I C A L P O W E R P O I N T 46-120 AD He was a historian, philosopher, and essayist. Plutarch wrote the influential classic Parallel Lives Plutarch tried to inspire others to greatness Plutarch is refer to by some as the first great modern writer Pultarch is related to Greek history No accurate records of his birth or death date but historians agree he came about around the 8th century B.C.E. He was a legendary poet known mainly for his two long epics, the Iliad and the Odyssey Homer influenced many upcoming authors as they tried to copy his style Homer is related to Greek history 20 March 43 BC – AD 17/18 He was a poet who is best known as the author of the three major collections of erotic poetry: Heroides, Amores, and Ars Amatoria Ovid influenced Western art and literature Ovid is related to Roman history 13 July 100 BC–15 March 44 BC He was a general, a statesman, and a distinguished writer of Latin prose Caesar played a critical role in the steady transformation of the Roman Republic into the Roman Empire Julius Caesar is related to Roman history 384 BC – 322 BC Aristotle was a philosopher, a polymath, a student of Plato, and teacher of Alexander the Great Aristotle is one of the most important founding figures in Western philosophy Aristotle's writings were the first to create a comprehensive system of Western philosophy Aristotle was related to Greek history 460 BC–370 BC Hippocrates was an ancient physician of the Age of Pericles Hippocrates is considered one of the most outstanding figures in the history of medicine He was the founder of the Hippocratic School of medicine which revolutionized medicine in ancient Greece No accurate records of his birth or death date Romulus is one of Rome’s founders but is sometimes referred to as the sole founder Romulus is related to Roman history Acropolis was built around the same time period as the Parthenon Acropolis served as a church and a city hall. It served many purposes Acropolis is related to Greek history 287 BC – 212 BC Archimedes was a mathematician, physicist, engineer, inventor, and astronomer Archimedes is generally considered to be the greatest mathematician of antiquity and one of the greatest of all time. Archimedes is related to Greek history 497 BC – 406 BC Sophocles is one of three ancient Greek tragedians whose plays have survived. He competed in around 30 competitions, won perhaps 24, and was never judged lower than second place Sophocles is related to Greek history 15 December 37 – 9 June 68 Nero was an Emperor from 54 to 68, and the last in the Julio-Claudian dynasty Nero focused much of his attention on diplomacy, trade, and enhancing the cultural life of the Empire Nero is related to Roman history The building of the Parthenon began in 447 BCE and continued until 438 BCE The glory of the Parthenon was the gigantic statue of Athena designed by Phidias and made out of chryselephantine The Parthenon is related to Greek history 16 November 42 BC – 16 March 37 AD Tiberius was an Emperor from 14 AD to 37 AD Tiberius was one of Rome's greatest generals, conquering Pannonia, Dalmatia, Raetia, and temporarily Germania; laying the foundations for the northern frontier Tiberius is related to Roman history its construction started in 72 AD and was completed in 80 AD the Colosseum was used for gladiatorial contests and public spectacles such as mock sea battles, animal hunts, executions, re-enactments of famous battles, and dramas based on Classical mythology The Colosseum in Rome is related to Roman history 247–183 or 182 BC Hannibal was a Carthaginian military commander and tactician. He is generally considered one of the greatest military commanders in history Hannibal is related to Roman history 423 BC- 348 BC Plato was a Classical philosopher, mathematician, student of Socrates, writer of philosophical dialogues, and founder of the Academy in Athens, the first institution of higher learning in the Western world Plato helped to lay the foundations of Western philosophy and science Plato is related to Greek history 570–c. 495 BC Pythgoras was an Ionian philosopher, mathematician, and founder of the religious movement called Pythagoreanism. Pythagoras made influential contributions to philosophy and religious teaching in the late 6th century BC. He is often revered as a great mathematician, mystic and scientist, but he is best known for the Pythagorean theorem which bears his name Pythgoras is related to Greek history January 14, 83 BC – August 1, 30 BC Marcus Antony was a politician and general Antony formed an official political alliance with Octavian (the future Augustus) and Lepidus, known to historians today as the Second Triumvirate which broke up in 33 BC. Marcus Antony is related to Roman history Acropolis Nero aristotle Marcus Antony Plutarch Romulus Hippocrates Archimedes parthenon Pythgoras Collosseum in Rome PlATO Homer Tiberius Ovid Nero julius ceasar Hannibal Sophocles

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Transcript: TIMELINE Tayvohn Cole The Vinyl Factory 02/04/2004 1857 1857 Édouard-Léon Scott de Martinsville’s invention of the Phonautograph was given a license by Léon Scott. The Phonautograph was a machine that could print out sound waves and record sound, it was unable to play music. 1877 1877 This man created the first device capable of recording and replaying sound. His preferred innovation was the phonograph. In 1877, a Menlo Park lab developed the first phonograph. The central cylinder was encircled by a strip of tin foil. 1887 1887 Emile Berliner, a German immigrant, received the first patent for a series of advancements that led to the creation of the phonograph, the first successful and popular record player. He also developed a method for producing several copies of a single recording in bulk. 1894 1894 The 7-inch record was invented. As a result, many sizes were tried out after record players became widely available. The standard was 7-inch records for an exceptionally lengthy period. 1901 1901 Although 10-inch records were produced in 1901, the first vinyl records of a standard size did not appear on the market until 1948. 1903 1902 Victor introduced 12-inch discs on their Deluxe label; these could play for up to four minutes, surpassing what were previously unachievable times for the length of a song or speech. All the Victor Grand Concert Band's initial 12-inch releases were conducted by Frederick W. 1925 1925 78s can store up to five minutes of music, whereas 33s can store up to 20 minutes. Records at 78 RPM spin at a quicker rate than those at 33 and 45 RPM. Because 78s have broader grooves than vinyl records, the stylus must likewise be wider. Records played at 78 RPM are mono and can only be heard through one channel. 1931 1931 The first vinyl long-playing record made commercially was released in 1930 by RCA Victor. This modern record had a playback speed of 33⅓ rpm as opposed to 78 rpm, and it had a 12-inch diameter. 1931 came after the lengthy era of 10-inch shellac records. the very first 12" LP vinyl record made by RCA Victor that was marketed for sale. 1948 1948 The first vinyl record was released with support from Columbia Records at the soon-to-be-standard 33 1/3 rpm speed. A 12-inch record's playtime was increased to 21 minutes using microgroove plastic. A replacement for the venerable 10-inch 78 RPM record, the traditional format for distributing music for almost 50 years, was launched by Columbia Records in June 1948, shocking the recorded music industry. 1959 1959 Vinyl records got more affordable because they carry more music per side as the record labels began to record increasingly popular music. Furthermore, a lack of shellac during World War II accelerated the end of the 78 RPM record period. In 1959, the final 78 records were created. 1962 1962 The Philips firm first created the cassette tape, also known as the compact cassette, in 1962 in Belgium. On August 30, 1963, Philips introduced the idea to Europe at the Berlin Radio Show; the following year, in November, it was introduced in the United States. 1982 1982 CDs were made accessible to the public, and they rapidly rose to the top spot for music storage. Music used to be saved and played on vinyl records and cassette tapes before CDs. Present day Present day Records themselves have not altered much, despite advances in sound reproduction technology, and for good reason—better sound. Vinyl provides an analogue sound that reverberates and produces a warm sound that is unique to vinyl.

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Transcript: STRATEGIC PLANNING FOR COLLEGE(UNF) Place Your Logo Here Angelisia Guzman Dr. Walton 5b entrance or placement exams UNF requires an ALEKS Placement, Preparation, and Learning (ALEKS PPL) Assessment to determine readiness for College Algebra and higher level math courses. It is important to take this placement process seriously, as students will only be able to take the level of math the test score supports. All entering first-year students who do not have credit for College Algebra or higher and are pursuing a major that requires College Algebra or higher, must take the math placement test entrance or placement exams placement exam What went well The ALEKS math placement test is available to all first time in college students admitted to UNF who are signed up for New Student Orientation. Students must take the ALEKS test online before registering for any Algebra-based math courses. New first time in college students should take the ALEKS test before their scheduled orientation date so they are able to register for a math course while on campus for Orientation. The ALEKS math placement test is available through Canvas, which you can access through myWings. When in Canvas, select "All Courses", then "2019/2020 Freshman and Transfer Math Placement". Once in Canvas, please review the appropriate content and proceed with the exam when ready. other courses What didn’t go well To help you determine your first writing course at UNF, you should take the Writing Placement online through Canvas before attending your orientation. The UNF Writing Placement consist of 2 sections: (1) you'll watch a short video and then write a brief essay response and then (2) complete a short multiple-choice quiz on your writing and writing history. The quiz questions in Part 2 are in part based on your experience in Part 1, so where possible you should take both parts in one sitting. However, that is not a requirement. Once you've completed the placement in Canvas, your answers will generate a course recommendation. That information is what you'll want to bring with you to your orientation advising. Opportunities UNF provides a comprehensive student financial aid program. Aid eligibility is based on individual need, educational costs and availability of funds. Awards may consist of scholarships, loans, grants, waivers/exemptions and/or work study. Funds are limited; therefore, students are encouraged to complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), found at, as soon as possible after it becomes available online on October 1 each year using UNF's FAFSA school code- 009841. The priority consideration date for financial aid is October 15. application for federal financial aid Opportunity 1 Opportunity 1 Inquiries concerning financial aid should be directed to One-Stop Student Services. Please be advised that: If selected for verification, students may be required to provide signed copies of relevant income tax information. Dependent students may also be asked to provide signed copies of parent tax information. Independent, married students may be asked to provide signed copies of spouse tax information. Other information may also be requested to meet federal verification regulation requirements. Student-specific information about financial aid requirements can be found in myWings. To be awarded financial aid, a student must be accepted as degree-seeking and be enrolled in a sufficient number of degree-applicable credit hours. Courses taken in an audit status are not eligible for financial aid, nor can they be considered when determining enrollment for financial aid. For financial aid purposes, full-time enrollment is defined as a minimum of 12 credit hours per semester for undergraduate and post baccalaureate students and a minimum of 9 credit hours per semester for graduate students. Students who enroll less than full-time may have their awards reduced or, in some cases, canceled. Please be advised that certain scholarships and institutional grants require enrollment in 15 credit hours for eligibility. Opportunity 2 factors to think about when choosing your college Here are some of the top factors to consider when choosing a college. -Academic Majors Available. -Affordable Cost of Attendance. -Location, Location, Location. On-Campus Facilities & Amenities. -Student Activities. -Career Services. -Do You Feel at Home on Campus? Goals The University of North Florida offers scholarships for freshman and transfer students at the undergraduate level. UNF is committed to helping students finance their college education. Whether you are seeking a scholarship based on academic achievements or financial need, we offer plenty of options. Read through our advice below or click a link to the left for quick scholarship listings. scholarships and application procedures GOAL 1 Goal 1 High school seniors If you are a high school senior, you should apply for scholarships at the same time as you apply for admission. For GOAL 2

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