Transcript: Gothic picture 9 Gothic Picture 7 Gothic picture 10 Gothic pictures Gothic picture 8 This picture is a Gothic picture because its representing death because it is showing a dead tree. The tree is dead because there are no leaves and its missing branches of it. The lighting of the picture was changed into a color mode called Dramatic warmth. Gothic picture 1 Gothic picture 1 This picture is a Gothic picture because its a statue standing alone and is representing ancient times. I changed this picture to Black and white so the statue would stand out more and not be colorful which takes the dark mood about it out. Gothic picture 2 Gothic Picture 2 This picture is a Gothic picture because its black and white photo showing an abandon house. The mood of the picture is scary and dark because its showing white walls than all black windows. its also scary because there is no lights on in the house and no cars or people in the house. Gothic picture 3 Gothic picture 3 This picture is a Gothic because its just showing a dark street with only lamps and a motorcycle driving down the street. The mood of the picture is alone because there is nothing just a a street and one motorcyclist. Topic 4 Gothic picture 4 I choose this picture as Gothic because it is a broken statue of a kid playing a flute with the head down on the feet. the mood of the picture is scary and disturbing. The picture is in black and white to give it a scarier look and to make it seem old which sometimes makes it scarier. Topic 5 Gothic picture 5 I choose this picture as Gothic because its a Cactus and there sharp and dangerous. The picture is a black and white picture to give it a scarier look and was edited to show shadow to make the cactus stand out more. Topic 6 Gothic Picture 6 Gothic Picture 7 This Black and white picture of a gate is Gothic because there is no light on the other side of the gate and all there is is darkness. The mood of this picture is dark because on the other side it is dark and you cant see what is on the other side of the gate. The picture of the swamp is Gothic because there are a bunch of trees surrounding it and unclear water which doesn't show what is on the other side of it. The mood of the picture is frightening because there is no light source other than the sun with a lot of wild creatures like spider webs on the trees. The picture is black and white. Gothic picture 8 I choose this picture as Gothic because it represents someone who murdered someone and but the body into the water and now is looking at it. This picture was darkened to make him be look like it is quiet in the night and no one would see him. Gothic Picture 9 Gothic Picture 10 This picture is Gothic because the person is all alone by. The mood of this picture is loneliness and dark because the person is sitting by himself. The picture was black and white to give it a more darker mood.
Transcript: built in 1819 by William Strickland doric Toledo Museum of Art https://wwcdn.weddingwire.com/vendor/35001_40000/37820/thumbnails/600x600_1257353542953-MMexterior.jpg http://www.toledomuseum.org/about/architecture/ http://www.toledomuseum.org/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/peristyle2.jpg http://toledoregionaltour.org/house-of-four-pillars https://c1.staticflickr.com/1/141/336300404_579e26ada4.jpg http://www.abrahamlincolnonline.org/lincoln/sites/memorial.htm http://media.web.britannica.com/eb-media/16/83216-050-BFBC914A.jpg https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/e/e8/United_States_Capitol_Building.jpg https://www.visitthecapitol.gov/about-capitol http://www.nps.gov/inde/second-bank.htm https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/07/Second_Bank_of_the_United_States_front.jpg http://washington.org/DC-guide-to/jefferson-memorial https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/1/13/Jefferson_Memorial_At_Dusk_1.jpg https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/4/44/Smithsonian_American_Art_Museum_exterior_3.jpg Built in 1792 by James Hoban Corinthian Made to be the home of the President The White House Designed by Edward B. Green and Harry W. Wachter in 1912 Ionic Made to display Edward Libbey's art collection to the public built in 1845 Doric Was part of the underground railroad built in 1922 by Pierre L' Enfant doric built to commemorate President Abraham Lincoln Designed by Thomas Jefferson ionic made to comemmorate President Thomas Jefferson Designed by Edward B. Green in 1933 Ionic Made for the museum's 1933 expansion Peristyle Theater Greek Columns in Modern Day United States Capitol Built in 1793 corinthian Made for Congress to meet Smithsonian Museum of Art House of Four Pillars The Second Bank of the United States The Jefferson Memorial Lincoln Memorial works cited
Transcript: The Lottery VS Scarecrow Paige Price The Lottery Took places in a small town The Lottery happens every year on June 27th Each family had to draw from a black box Only men could draw unless none were able to Men had to over the age of 16 to draw The family with the black paper had to draw again this time including every one (even children) The person with the black paper was then stoned to death Every person in town had to participate in the stoning, even the children They sacrificed a person to have good crops The Lottery Quote:"The morning of June 27th was clear and sunny, with the fresh warmth of a full-summer day; the flowers were blossoming profusely and the grass was richly green. The people of the village began to gather in the square, between the post office and the bank, around ten o'clock"(Jackson 1) Differences Take place on different days of the year The Lottery sacrifices one person, in Scarecrow they sacrifice a couple In The Lottery it was the townspeople who killed the sacrifice, in Scarecrow it was a demon/spirit In Scarecrow the tree is burned meaning the ritual was ended In The Lottery the person is drawn, in Scarecrow its the couple that comes to town Differences "Sweetheart. That's what sacrifice means. Giving up something you love, for the greater good. The town needs to be saved. The good of the many, outweighs the good of the one."("Supernatural"Scarecrow) Scarecrow The people in town ruin the car of couples so they go into the forest The couples car dies in front of the forest and they are killed by the scarecrow in the forest Man is investigating this and saves a couple He finds out this a pagan sacrifice for the town to be a perfect town The town eventually uses him and a niece of two townspeople as sacrifice He gets saved and they burn a tree to get rid of the scarecrow Scarecrow Takes place in a small town Every year on the 2nd week of April Quote:"The scarecrow takes its sacrifice, and for another year the crops wont wilt and disease wont spread"("Supernatural"Scarecrow) Similarities Both take place on a certain day of the year Both take place in a small town They are sacrificing for the crops Both are Pagan rituals Similarities
Transcript: Facts: When you have an injury to the thoracic nerve you may lose control over your hands. Spinal Cord Violence makes up 44% of the most common spinal cord injuries. Motor Vehicles make up 22% of the most common spinal cord injuries. City, State The Sacral section is located in the lowest bone in the vertebrae. Central Nervous System When you have an incomplete injury of the spinal cord, you have incomplete loss of sensation and motor function below the point of injury Social When you have an injury to the thoracic nerves you may suffer the losses of control of the hands,(because this nerve is so close to the C8&C7. Email Address Telephone Incomplete Injury When you have complete injury of the spinal cord, you have a complete loss of sensation and motor function below the point of injury. Lumber The cervical section is located in your neck I think What happens when a spinal cord is damaged or injured? The lumber section is located close to the pelvis The thoracic nerve is located in your lower back. CNS The 2 types of spinal injuries are complete and incomplete What is the Spinal Cord? The spinal cord is protected by bone,discs,ligaments, and muscle. Injury Folder . When you have an injury to the lumber nerves you may suffer the results of loss function in your Quadratus Lumborum, or lower back muscle. The exchange of information between the brain and other parts of the body is disrupted. The spinal cord is the highway for communication between the body and the brain. Complete Injury What Protects the spinal cord? . When you have an injury to the cervical nerves you may result to significant loss of function at the bicep and shoulder. Background info; Spinal Column References Interests Experience Education Skills
Transcript: What happens when you hurt your spine? If you hurt cervical part you might lose involuntary functions and loss of function in biceps and shoulders and possibly wrists, fingers or hands. Background info for the Spinal column If you hurt your sacral you will have loss of bladder. If you hurt the lumbar part you will lose function in lower back muscles, your butt, and legs. Sacral controls bladder, sexual organs, bowels, etc and is located between lumbar and coccyx. Lumbar controls most of lower body and is located between ribs and pelvis. The four sections of the spinal column are the Cervical, Sacral, Thoracic, and Lumbar. what happens if you hurt your spine continued A spinal column is Your spinal column is the pathway to have the brain tell the muscles to move a certain way Sections of the Spinal columns. If you hurt the thoracic part you will loss control of hands and and will loss function in abdominal muscles and torso area. Thoracic controls most of torso and is located between ribs and down your back. What is the Spinal column? By john Prewitt background info for the sections cervical controls the motions and senses in the neck and is located at the top of neck.
Transcript: Gothic Picture Album Sarah Carvajal Picture 4 The Corroded Building This image is gothic because of the crows, as well as the old feeling the bridge gives to it. It has a lonely, dark mood. This picture was taken by me in New York Picture 3 Headless This image is gothic because it has crows flying around the Eiffel Tower, as well as a headless family. It also has a dark setting. This picture was taken by a friend in Paris. Picture 5 Hunted Eyes This image is gothic because it portrays fear and death. The details in the eyes such as the skull and the fingers, make it gothic too. It has a spooky, death-like mood. Picture 6 The Bat Cave This image is gothic because it has gothic architecture, and bats which are gothic creatures. It also has a hunted mood to it. This picture was taken by me in New York. Picture 9 Bleeding Red This picture is gothic because is has a skeleton detail in it, which represents death as many gothic literatures do. It has a dark filter on it which also helps with the mood. Picture 8 The Bleeding Building This picture is gothic because it has a very dark and spooky mood. The details such as the ghost and black blood, make it a very gothic image. This picture was taken by me in Brickell. Picture 1 Swirled Ceilings This picture is gothic because of the architecture, the mood, the color, and more specific details. This picture was taken in New York by me. Picture 7 Hunted By Death This picture is gothic because it has a very death-like feeling, it has a dark mood to it. Details such as the architecture and the skeleton make it more gothic-like. This picture was taken by me in Barcelona. Picture 2 The Beast This image was inspired from "The Black Cat", for Poe the cat is like a beast and that's what I tried to portray in this picture. I made the dog's eyes red to give him a more beast-like feeling. This picture was taken by me. Picture 10 The Fallen Angel this image is gothic because it has a lot of shadows in it, as well as a spooky mood. The architecture is very gothic-like as well. This picture was taken by me in Europe.
Transcript: Date 1 William Faulkner 1930 A Rose for Emily Who: Emily Grieson When: 1860 - 1930 Where: Yoknapatawpha County, Jefferson, Mississippi Setting Setting What a faded Southern Bell, dies at the age of 74 after leading an isolated life. The curious townsfolk come together for her funeral and reflect on her history in Jefferson, Mississippi. Weather The weather is not mentioned in this story. Weather Villain Villain Emily Grierson How How Emily was both the protagonist and antagonist. She was the main character of the story, and was seen as a villain by the towns people and Homer Barron. On one level, she exhibits the qualities of the stereotypical southern “eccentric”: unbalanced, excessively tragic, and subject to bizarre behavior. Emily enforces her own sense of law and conduct, such as when she refuses to pay her taxes or state her purpose for buying the poison. How is it Gothic? is representative of the Southern Gothic stories since the themes of love lost, death, and murder are present in it. ... Then, later on in the story, Emily denies her father's death and refuses to let people come in her house to get the body. How 2.0 Language Language This story was written in the 1930s, as such the wording not dissimilar to the wording of today. Quotes Quotes "She did not ask them to sit. She just stood in the door and listened quietly until the spokesman came to a stumbling halt. Then they could hear the invisible watch ticking at the end of the gold chain. Her voice was dry and cold. "I have no taxes in Jefferson. Colonel Sartoris explained it to me. Perhaps one of you can gain access to the city records and satisfy yourselves."
Transcript: Hypothesis What is Cellobiose? Mechanism of hydrolysis What is Mushroom? What we get in previous experiment Hypothesis We got standard curve! if pH get lower, the reaction rate increase! if temperature increase, the reaction rate increase Contents Group 2 김경한, 김규식, 유혁준, 정지우, 양윤후 Our research plan What we get in the experiment The handle part of the mushroom's enzyme concentration will be higher than cap part Mushroom Cellobiose is a carbohydrate that contains 2 glucoses with glycoside bond. y intercept Spore-breeding Fungi Some kind of it can be edible Has enzyme to hydrolize cellobiose Hydrolysis slope Our research plan Cellobiose seperate cap and handle part of mushroom extract enzyme compare reaction rate & pH and temperature Glycoside bond You can't eat this!!!
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