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Photosynthesis for Smarties

Transcript: "Photosynthesis"? To Get Your Water. . . Once Water is in the Leaves... Rose Gremillion's (Note that your yield will vary, due to availability of all of the above. REPEAT X>9,000!!!!!! (It makes Glucose.) Split The Water Molecules CO2 can be collected through the small openings on the bottom of the leaf called a stomata. Photon n. The quantum of electromagnetic energy, generally regarded as a discrete particle having zero mass, no electric charge, and an indefinitely long lifetime. ~The word Stomata means Mouth in Greek ~ (Diffusion is the net water movement in order to move from the higher concentration to a lower one.) The Hydrogen molecules are used along the way to form Glucose - C6H12O6 You (as a plant) will need. . . You will need to collect CO2! It All Comes Together... You have now gained an individual Glucose molecule!!! 6 molecules of Carbon Dioxide 6 molecules of Water and a dash of photons You will need chlorophyll to absorb sunlight- This can be found in the granum, within the thylakoid. (Part of the chloroplasts.) The leftover Oxygens are bonded and flushed from the plants as O2. *inhale* Who knew waste could taste so excellent?? The light's energy is used to split the H2O molecule seperately into Hydrogen and Oxygen To Collect Photons... Photo - derived from the Greek Phos- or Phot- meaning "Of or relating to light" Synthesis - derived from Greek Suntithenai or Sunthesis meaning "To put together" Now it gets kinda CoMpLiCaTeD What's that mean? Photosynthesis for Adolescents and Hank Green's... This is basically the main building block for EVERYTHING you've ever eaten... 6 CO2 = C6,O12 What else do we need??? Our 6 Hydrogen molecules!!!!!! C6+O12+6H=C6,O12,H6 (GLUCOSE) (Essentially ~ a little packet of light/the color spectrum.) Enjoy!! You will need roots in order to collect your H2O via diffusion.

images for Good

Transcript: 9/11/16 Jared reaches out to get involved JARED's STORY images for Good has 3 goals: Serve our Community Empower Students & Veterans Create Partnerships that help Others We combine many approaches into something new: we are a Nonprofit, Social Enterprise, Photo Ministry, and a platform for growth of Students & Veterans to share with the community Working together to create Images, Service, and Joy ( ) About ifG Goals 10/7/16 Jared's Second Mentored Shot 9/30/16 Jared meets to talk about his goals with images for Good and first mentored shot Contact Kevin Krisko Founder & President 571-229-6605 Help enhance our nonprofit to continue empowering our students and community. You can donate to ifG here: James Madison High School Sport Support 1/16/17 March for Unity, Racial Healing, and Justice images for Good is an all-volunteer Service Photography nonprofit that cultivates Student & Veteran leadership and supports social causes with high-quality photographs that help these programs better help others. 10/23/16 Freedom Hill 5K 2/2/17 STEAM Night - a local elementary school science fair night. Jared does his first shoot where he is the mentor images for Good Students We prepare them for their futures & empower them to serve our community. We provide them Opportunities, Equipment, and Mentoring that lead to job, technology, and leadership skills. Mobile tools allows us to engage & develop many more students and giving them better training. These new service leaders can now deliver better support to more community programs.

Background Images

Transcript: Placing a background image requires more than just using the background-image property. There are other properties that you will need to familiarize yourself with in order to successfully place your image on your web page. These background CSS properties include: background-color Sets the background color of an element. background-image Sets the background image for an element. background-repeat Sets how a background image will be repeated. background-attachment Sets whether a background image is fixed or scrolls with the rest of the page. background-position Sets the starting position of a background image. See the examples on the next slides. Background Images Let's put it all the properties together. body{ background-color: #333; background-image: url(../image/mountain.png); background-repeat: no-repeat; background-attachment: fixed; background-position: top left; } According to the order of the properties matter. You don't need each of the properties or in other words one or more of the items can be missing. However, it should maintain the same order. To help me remember, I think of pancakes. Because pancakes need syrup. In this case, the background order needs CIRAP. Color, Image, Repeat, Attachment and Position. When adding a background image to your website, it is important to understand what file types work the best to improve your download speed. Example of file types for background images: .png .jpg .gif Tip - In order to change a photo file type like a .jpg, .pdf or .eps file to a .png file on a Mac, open the file in Preview. Then on the file menu and choose export. Near the bottom of the menu click format and select .png and then click on save. It's that easy. Background Properties Adding a Background Image The background-image property sets one or more background images for an element. The background of an element is the total size of the element, including padding and border (but not the margin). By default, a background-image is placed at the top-left corner of an element, and repeated both vertically and horizontally. Background Fixed Image Despite your decision to use a background image, it's still recommended that you use a background color as a default. body{ background-color: #333; background-image: url(../image/mountain.png); background-repeat: no-repeat; } The reasoning behind the additional use of background color, is in case the browser does not load for your user. That said, make sure you choose your default color wisely. You don't want a neon color to blow your user experience away and distract them from your content or product. (unless you want to bring back the 80's to your site) A background image added to a website with no content. body{ background-image: url(../image/mountain.png); background-repeat: no-repeat; } Background Image Color Background Image Repeat Background Images Conclusion Background Images Background Image File Types When the background is fixed, the text on your page scrolls while the background does not move. The last item I want to discuss is background positioning. This property will set the starting position of the background image. For example, the standard starting position is the top left of a website here in the U.S. because our language is read from left to right. In countries that read from right to left a positioning that would work best would be top right. body{ background-image: url(../image/mountain.png); background-repeat: no-repeat; background-attachment: fixed; background-position: top left; } Background Image Positioning Putting It All Together body{ background-image: url(../image/mountain.png); background-repeat: repeat; } Background Images are an impactful aspect or your web page design. Learning how to apply a background-color as a default and placing and background-image within your body div in your CSS file are the first two key steps. Depending on what type of image you have will then help you to decide whether or not you will need to utilize the other background properties. The additional properties are background-repeat, background-attachment and background-position. Lastly, remember when dealing with background properties, don't forget to pass the CIRAP. In order to add a background image to your site, you need to apply the background-image property to your <body> tag in your CSS file. Example code: body{ background-image: url(../image/mountain.png); } The url destination is mapped to the location of the file image through the direct path in the folder structure. The majority of websites use some form of a background image to enhance their user experience. Some sites choose to use simple backgrounds like Other sites like use only a color for their background, leveraging white space to to highlight their content. body{ background-image: url(../image/mountain.png); background-repeat: no-repeat; background-attachment: fixed; } Background Image No

Couponing for Smarties

Transcript: Product prices fluctuate on cycles normally 6-8 weeks long. When an item is at its lowest price in that cycle, you want to buy enough of that item to get you through until it comes back on sale. *For example, your family eats 1 box of ceral a week, so you buy 6 boxes when it is on sale to get you through the sale cycle. When it is a rock-bottom price, you use your coupons to reduce the price even lower. *Grab some extra copies of coupons that you will use a lot by: purchasing more papers asking your friends for their papers buying the individual coupons online STACKING How Do I Get Started? 1 newspaper, Internet, Friends 2 3 Helpful Websites: 4 5 Levels of Intensity: Just Watching Sales Just cutting the coupons you think you will use Cutting or saving all the coupons *For example, you might think, "Why do I need a CVS $20 off coupon for a Blood Glucose meter?" Then, you will see Blood Glucose meters on sale at CVS for $20 with 15 Extra Care Bucks. ? Is Couponing worth it? It does take time and organization to save coupons until the product you want is on sale. However, if you coupon, you can get items for 50-100% off regular prices. (Yes, that's right...FREE!!!) Set a GOAL - Stay focused on WHY you are couponing. Types of Coupons blinkie tearpad hangtag peelie Internet printable newspaper/magazine Image: Mixed Cash by Flickr user stopnlook under a Creative Commons Attribution License COLLECT COUPONS MAKE A PLAN Image: Piggly Wiggly Supermarket, 1950's by Flickr user Roadsidepictures under a Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial License. what works for you? 1 box @ $1 X 6 weeks = $6 STORE COUPON How does couponing work? sHOP MANUFACTURER COUPON Image: Opening Day by Flickr user jaycoxfilm under a Creative Commons Attribution License 1 ORGANIZE Image: Publix Balloon by Flickr user under a Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial License Image: Light gray ceramic bowl of honey cereals by Flickr user Horia Varlan under a Creative Commons Attribution License FIND THE DEALS 2 what works for me... 1 box @ $4.50 X 6 weeks = $27

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